Searching for Salt Lake City Utah Apartments to Rent

Searching for Salt Lake City Utah Apartments to Rent

I am moving to Salt Lake City in six weeks’ time, so I desperately need to find a property to rent in the area. I have a healthy budget, so I am not too concerned about the price. The most important factor to me is that the apartment is in a safe neighborhood. I used to live in a high crime area when I was younger and I never want to do it again. My car used to be vandalized on a weekly basis and I had to spend a small fortune on heavy-duty door and window locks. So, I really need find Salt Lake City Utah Apartments in the safe part of the city.

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Two Salt Lake City Council members are leaving — and expressing their frustration with the mayor on their way out

(Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune; Photo Courtesy of Stan Penfold) When Councilwoman Lisa Adams (left) and Councilman Stan Penfold (right) leave office with the start of the new year, the seven-member council will have four members with two years or less time in office, including two new members to be sworn in Tuesday.

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Real Salt Lake sign Lennon on permanent deal

Real Salt Lake sign Lennon on permanent deal

Brooks Lennon #27 of Real Salt Lake (Matthew Stockman / Getty Images) Real Salt Lake announced Thursday the acquisition of forward Brooks Lennon from Liverpool on a permanent deal. Lennon, 20, spent the 2017 season on loan from the Premier League side. “Lennon is another key player in what we believe to be one of

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Real Salt Lake exercise buy option on Savarino

Real Salt Lake exercise buy option on Savarino

Timothy Fosu-Mensah #24 of Manchester United and Jefferson Savarino #7 of Real Salt Lake fight for the ball in the first half of the International friendly game. (Gene Sweeney Jr. / Getty Images) has exercised the buy option on Venezuelan forward Jefferson Savarino, club owner Dell Loy Hansen announced Thursday. Savarino, 20, will remain with

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Woman, 78, walked for six days, drank her own urine to seek help after she and her husband were stranded in Utah

Woman, 78, walked for six days, drank her own urine to seek help after she and her husband were stranded in Utah

An elderly couple narrowly escaped death after a GPS led their rental car on to an impassable dirt road, leaving them stranded in the rugged terrain of Utah for six days. Helena Byler, 78, was hallucinating and severely dehydrated when a rancher who was checking on his cattle near the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument found

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