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Sustainable Boozing



Tonight’s Planning Commission will be looking at zoning changes to allow community bars within the city. Perhaps Salt Lake City could finally have the neighborhood bar we’ve always heard so much about outside of the Zion bubble.---

In other news, the Planning Commission undercard will also be hearing a report on how the city’s sustainability zoning changes are shaping up. With a focus on accessory dwelling units and alternative energy equipment.

Check it out tonight, Oct. 28 at the Salt Lake City and County Building, 451 S. State, 5:45 p.m.