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Old Posted Sep 28, 2018, 6:03 PM
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Lime scooters coming to St George!

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https://www.stgeorgeutah.com/news/ar.../#.W7TfFvacGUk

The St George airport will be closing for 4 months in 2019. Apparently there is a issue with the soil under the runway and the entire thing has to be replaced. It seems ridiculous that they can't figure out a way around shutting down the entire airport. This will surely stunt the great growth that has been happening with new flights recently.
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A few photos of the Joule Plaza project
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Here, you can see the cranes for the City View project in the background as well
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St. George advances plans for 3,350-acre planned community along Arizona border



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Ambitious plans to build what amounts to an entire new city along Utah's southern border moved closer to reality Thursday, with the St. George City Council giving its unanimous approval to more than 1,300 acres worth of zone changes.

Desert Color, designed to eventually build out to 3,350 acres, is planned as one of the largest master-planned developments in Utah history. It would transform the desert expanse along the Utah-Arizona border and eventually house tens of thousands of new southern Utah residents. Single-family homes, apartments, shopping, resort-style rentals, schools, parks and all the other trappings of a fully-functioning, self-sustaining community are planned to move in together.
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DCRes, do you know if this will be officially a part of St. George proper? Is the land already annexed into the city boundaries?

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DCRes, do you know if this will be officially a part of St. George proper? Is the land already annexed into the city boundaries?
I'm pretty sure this is already part of St George proper. It is across I-15 from Sun River, which is part of St George.
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Here is what the building looks like as of today
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South Building of the City View project, taken from Tabernacle Street

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This might be the dumbest thing ever proposed. 3 BILLION?

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This might be the dumbest thing ever proposed. 3 BILLION?

https://www.ksl.com/article/46463867...ce-development
While I am certainly not trying to advocate it the whole "disneyland experience" seems to be a bit of a stretch from the site plan. It appears to be more of a here huge new neighborhood (a major understatement) oh and we will have a horse show in a small corner of it. The "amusement park" part of it appears mostly to be a horse show and a few shops. Click here for the site plan
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Dixie State University is expected to join the Western Athletic Conference and play football as an FCS Independent.
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