SLC wants to sell ‘surplus’ space on streetcar line
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Former Councilman Soren Simonsen, who represented Sugar House, said the proposal is not just a NIMBY (not in my backyard) issue. "Giving up open space for development is not a win/win situation," he said. "Open space is as essential as anything we have."
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