Paul Rolly: Utah firefighter pays dogs’ medical bills after I-15 crash
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When word got around, the neighbors weighed in. More than 70 people wrote the developer to protest the plans.
He listened, decided he didn’t want to cause bad blood in the neighborhood and paid $10,000 to back out of the contract. The home later was sold to a couple who plan to preserve it.
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