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  • Longer runway at airport

    Richfield City is in the process of purchasing land to expand its airport in an effort to accommodate larger planes. Kramer and Noble Engineering of St. George and Mel Leseberg, project manager, are working together on the expansion, City Recorder Michelle Jolley said.

  • Remodel at Brian Head lodge

    Trism Three will remodel and convert the Lodge at Brian Head into a hotel. The building which was built in the late 1980s as a hotel and later converted into time share condos has been vacant for nearly 10 years, Brian Head Town Recorder Nancy Leigh said. Trism Three purchased the hotel and began remodeling the exterior of the building using log timber and rock.

  • Owen Business Park expands

    Two new buildings will likely be built this year at the Owen Business Park in American Fork.
    Architect Richard Gardner will construct two office buildings on three lots at 837 E. 930 South and 851 E. 930 South in the Owen Business Park in American Fork. One building will be 17,000 square feet. The other will be 26,400 square feet. The buildings, which will contain office and warehouse space, will almost complete the Owen Business Park, said Adam Olsen, senior planner with American Fork City.

  • In-and-Out looks at AF

    The American Fork City Council will review and vote on the site plan for an In-and-Out Burger at the Doug Smith Autoplex, 523 W. Main. Warren Tate is the developer for the popular fast food restaurant. He is also developing another commercial strip mall which will house a Costa Vida and a Red Mango.

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