The City Council has sold two parcels of city-owned land and approved an option to sell a third parcel. Sales of the three parcels would amount to $152,500.

The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources bought 154 acres for $75,460 for a wildlife refuge and took an option for another 132 acres for $64,540. The division will pay the city $2,000 for the right to buy that property by July.Dennis Jorgensen bought the third parcel - 10.34 acres east of the Cove View Municipal Golf Course.

City officials also plan to sell six acres near the debris basin north of the city to Paul Turner for $2,500. Legal papers are being completed for that transaction, said City Manager Woody Farnsworth.

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Proceeds from the property sales will be used to upgrade city sewer lines. Councilman Paul Lyman said the council will also seek a grant from the Community Impact Board for additional financing for the project.

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