HYDE PARK, Utah (AP) – Hyde Park City Council members postponed immediate action on a proposal to annex 466 acres that officials say would increase the city area by about a quarter. Many residents at a Wednesday meeting urged officials to make sure roads and the water system can handle a possible influx of new residents. The land has been owned by the Tew family since 1963. It’s been farmed and is currently greenbelt.
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