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Another appeal stalls Holladay Village Center

(Salt Lake Tribune) A decade-old dream of a quaint village center in Holladay has been delayed a little longer.

Residents have filed a second appeal of the plans presented by developer Cowboy Partners.

Two former planning commissioners, Helen Redd and Bob Neslen, worry the proposed Holladay Village Center has too little retail, too many apartments and too few parking slots. They would prefer that the planned three-story buildings be kept to two stories to better blend with Holladay's small-town charm.

"[The plan] just really, in our opinion, violates the spirit and texture of our city," Redd said in an interview.

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