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Tony Semerad
Reporter @ The Salt Lake Tribune. Real estate, growth. | tsemerad@sltrib.com
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Salt Lake City's debate on new zoning for micro-apartments last night brought out deep frustrations over homelessness, escalating rents, inequality and a lack of opportunity on the city's west side.
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KUER's RadioWest Mar 27
Today, the problem of housing affordability in Utah. Let's face it: It’s getting harder and more expensive to find a place to live here. journo , realtor and researcher James Wood join us.
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Tony Semerad Mar 26
This classic infill project for will be fascinating to watch, esp with so much else going up on the western edge of . Plus, I want to see this new automated parking system in action!
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Cedric Knight Mar 22
Coming soon: BBC to screen urgent and unflinching 'Climate Change - The Facts' fronted by David Attenborough & feat 'if we better understand the threat we face, the more likely it is that we can avoid such a catastrophic future'
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Tony Semerad Mar 14
Fascinating meeting in Herriman, on what could be called Utah's next Daybreak. The developers say this proposed community is a much-need land use solution for rapidly growing Utah, while residents who'd be near Olympia Hills see major problems.
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Tony Semerad Mar 14
ICYMI: The late Vasilios Priskos, SLC real estate dealmaker, nurtured this project for years on behalf of the Greek Orthodox Church in SLC. 'Tis also another further sign of downtown's inexorable movement westward as the city adds residential population.
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Trib Talk Mar 6
***NEW EPISODE*** hosts this week's discussion about discontent in the southwest portion of Salt Lake County, featuring Riverton Mayor Trent Staggs and reporters and
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Tony Semerad Feb 23
Replying to @tstevensmedia
It's available _now_ too!
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Benjamin Wood Feb 13
From : Utah Senate passes affordable-housing bill 20-9 despite concerns it costs too much and isn’t tough enough on cities, via
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Tony Semerad Feb 13
A standing ovation for former State Treasurer Ed Alter in the Utah Senate; SCR05 passes unanimously and moves to the House.
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Tony Semerad Feb 13
Longtime lawmaker Sen. Lyle Hillyard, R-Logan, credits Alter with helping Utah keeps its blue-chip bond rating and robust financial standing over the years.
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Tony Semerad Feb 13
Day 17 of 2019 Legislature, Senate side: Sen. Ralph Okerlund, R-Monroe, offers a resolution in tribute to former State Treasurer Edward T. Alter, who served in the office for 28 years.
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Peter Finocchiaro Feb 6
congratulations to virginia on its new job as florida
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Tim Hogan Feb 5
getting this framed (Doug Mills/Pool via Reuters)
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James Gleick Jan 26
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Tony Semerad Jan 14
Interesting business approach by a Cleveland firm = something of a boon for Salt Lake City's historic Peery Hotel
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Holly Mullen Jan 13
This. From today’s ⁦⁩ print version. ⁦ ⁩ ⁦
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#RingoStarr Dec 29
Monday is New Year’s Eve you still have time to do that good deed you promised yourself last New Year’s day peace and love 😎✌️🌟💖🎈🐘🎼🦏🎶🍒🕺🏼☮️.
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Vijayta Lalwani Dec 27
Everyone needs to...
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Tony Semerad Dec 28
Warm Springs could tell you magical stories. I lived on West Capitol Hill for a time and would walk over often with my infant son Nick. is rich in parks and this is something of a tarnished gem.
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