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Letter: Make site of Draper prison a lovely park
First Published Mar 12 2014 01:01 am • Last Updated Mar 12 2014 01:01 am

To those in the Legislature who want to move the Utah State Prison from its present location: You may have my full support and approval when you do with the vacant land what they did with the last prison site in Sugar House: make it a public park.

Imagine nearly 700 acres of open space with walking paths, streams and wildlife, all surrounded by a plethora of trees to help cleanse our murky air.

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Steven M. Brophy

Sale Lake City




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