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Kennecott and Lark, Utah #258229

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 09, 1978
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(Studio) Controversy between Kennecott Copper and town of Lark, UT, land of which is owned by Kennecott, reported.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Salt Lake City, UT) (Temporary network difficulty.) Kennecott's plans for expansion onto land on which Lark is built and company offer to residents to help them relocate detailed. [MAN - says all residents are hotheaded.] Controversy among residents over whether or not to accept Kennecott's offer noted. [Mrs. Hilda GRABNER - says city must stand up for self.] [2nd MAN - says company offers only bare minimum.] [WOMAN - notes co. could move them without any compensation.] Outcome of town meeting reported.
REPORTER: Don Kladstrup

Cronkite, Walter;
Kladstrup, Don

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