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Improving Salt Lake City

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What is the No. 1 thing that would make SLC (or county) more livable?

Bill Frost: Relocating it to Southern California.

Ben Rosch: Separation of church and state, and more tolerance and understanding that we are not all exactly the same.

Doug Kruithof: Wave the magic “Good Air Quality“ wand, please.

Stephen Dark: An old-fashioned British pub down by the Jordan River. Sawdust on the floors, no TV screens, Brit grub like bangers and mash or a decent fish & chips and a beer garden slopping down to the water’s edge. Perfect. I’d move in tomorrow.

Jesse Fruhwirth: We need clean air, and that probably won’t be accomplished without a reinvigorated mass transit system and stiff motor-vehicle restrictions.

Rachel Hanson: Popeyes Chicken.

Lia Pretorius: Ethical individuals who consistently demonstrate integrity in all levels of government and throughout our business community. Impossible? Well, then, I guess clean air would be nice, too.

Bryan Mannos: Cathouses and free-ice-cream Fridays.

Ted Scheffler: What’s missing? We need a beach!

Nick Clark: To have local businesses, restaurants and watering holes within walking distance in the suburbs.

Lindsay Fenton: Trader Joe’s. Being able to buy wine at Trader Joe’s. Trader Joe’s, I miss you.