Woods Cross joins the fast-growing list of Utah cities looking at joining UTOPIA and is considering paying for a feasibility study to determine if it's worth it to join. In addition to a presentation from David Shaw, legal counsel for UTOPIA, business leaders and residents clamored for joining the project to ease telecommuting and improve business operations. Based on best guesses, the city would have to come up with around $250K to become a pledging city. With five cities all considering membership in the short span of less than 60 days since the moratorium on new members expired, interest in the project has never been higher.
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