NeighborWorks Salt Lake's Maria Garciaz on the history of I-15 expansion on the Capital City's westside. Sen. Luz Escamilla on lawmakers' role in the issue. Plus, YWCA Utah's Saundra Stokes on Candy Cane Lane.
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#GiveLocal Spotlight: Saundra Stokes of YWCA Utah on the nonprofit's Candy Cane Lane. The nonprofit's annual event ensures that survivors of domestic violence and their families receive new winter essentials along with gifts, such as toys and games, that will bring joy to their holidays
Maria Garciaz, CEO of NeighborWorks Salt Lake, shared the history of Interstate 15 on SLC's west side.
Senator Luz Escamilla (D-Dist. 1/10, Salt Lake County) on lawmakers and their role in I-15 expansion. Last week, Sen. Escamilla and Rep. Angela Romero and Rep. Sandra Hollins hosted a listening session at the Utah State Fair Park so constituents could air their concerns.
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