There are fears that the Wohali development could be what opens “Pandora’s box” to sprawl, said Eric Blonquist, a distant relative of Jim. He has worked construction in Summit County for nearly three decades with a firm in Coalville, and he can recall when residents in Park City’s Old Town began to panic over skyrocketing property taxes, and when Snyderville, now covered in subdivisions, was only meadows and farms.
It also sells assault-rifle-style “modern sporting” rifles, tactical gear and assorted gun accessories and is best known as an ammunition supplier. In a February news release, it describes itself as”a longtime supporter of the National Rifle Association (NRA).” Some of its brands are giving away t-shirts emblazoned with the message “Support the 2nd Amendment.
“They get drawn in because they’ve evolved to use sources of light to help them navigate, using where the stars and moon are to orient them,” said Cooper Farr, conservation scientist at Tracy Aviary. City lights are baffling bird brains, luring them toward buildings, where many of them crash, Farr said. In a brief study last year, volunteers found 44 dead migratory birds in downtown Salt Lake City — and that is almost certainly a tiny percentage of the birds that died.
@JoshuaJFranks I didn't? I retweeted a number of posts from Utah schools so ppl could see where protests were going on. Maybe the OP deleted? I don't remember that one, so maybe it was in someone's photo group.
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