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With its decision hanging in the balance until the last minute, the City Council voted Tuesday night to continue its practice of opening meetings with public prayer. See Page B3.

`Dumping' rumors tracked

People checking into Salt Lake homeless shelters are being asked where they've come from - and how they got here. The informal survey is part of an effort to track down rumors that other cities are "dumping" their homeless population on Salt Lake City by furnishing one-way bus tickets. See Page B5.

Granite Board of Education

Fees: During its meeting Tuesday evening, the board determined that junior and senior high school fees will remain constant for the third year. Parents soon will receive fee information. The board, however, approved increases in preschool tuition. If parents volunteer time, fees will rise from $33 to $39 for 3-year-olds and from $49 to $55 for 4-year-olds. If parents don't volunteer, the fees will be $49 and $72, respectively.

Salt Lake City

Neighborhoods: The Salt Lake Association of Community Councils will hear presentations from Utah Children and Salt Lake fire marshal.

When: 7 p.m. today.

Where: City-County Building, 451 S. State, Room 442.

MORE LOCAL NEWS on Pages B3, B5.