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Salt Lake City, Utah / Fresh Lake #569221

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 24, 1989
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(Studio: Maria Shriver) Report introduced.

(Great Salt Lake, UT: Roger O'Neil) Plan by architect Don Johnson to construct dike across Great Salt Lake, UT, to turn part of lake into fresh water paradise featured; scenes shown. [JOHNSON - comments.] Recent problems at lake that have ruined tourism reviewed; scenes shown of salty mud flats. Map of Johnson's development plan shown. [JOHNSON - comments on plan.] [UT investigatory commission member David HEMINGWAY - discusses economy development in UT.] Opposition to development from sportsmen and envtlists. in Salt Lake City, UT, noted. [Ducks Unlimited's Brent EPPERSON - comments.] [JOHNSON - comments.]

O'Neil, Roger;
Shriver, Maria

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