Utah town weighs proposals on policing
By Clayton Norlen
Deseret Morning News
HOLLADAY, Utah — Residents of Holladay gathered in full force Thursday to express their views on two proposals before the City Council that would dictate how local police services operate. Nearly 100 residents filled the council chamber and spilled into the hallway and overflow area.
In a near-unanimous consensus, residents expressed a desire to adopt the Salt Lake County sheriff's proposal instead of contracting police services with neighboring Cottonwood Heights.
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