Daybreak is in a bubble.
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Better keep them in office, they do a great jobThanks for a great article
regarding So Jordan.
I just can't believe the things people are saying about South Jordan! It is a
beautiful, clean city with a lot of class. I work in South Jordan and the
businesses and people here are very friendly and treat you with respect! From
the tiny little Maverick Store to the JCPenney at the District. I live in West
Jordan as west as it gets, just north of Daybreak and I never hear or see
airplanes. I have been to the east side and I am not impressed. If you haven't
been to South Jordan, then maybe you should come and check it out. The Daybreak
Community is just gorgeous.
South Jordan does have the lowest crime rate per capita in the Salt Lake Valley,
despite its recent population growth. It's town plaza has won a major design
award. The Mayor got the land donated from major players (KLC, LDS Church,
Developers) so South Jordan is the only city ready for Mountain View corridor
(and Mayor Money and the City council fought to keep it toll free)South Jordan
is getting two TRAX stations, a FrontRunner station, and got the state to build
10600 South and 11400 South at NO cost to residents. Great shopping. Lower
property taxes than surrounding cities? Count me in! I love South Jordan.
South Jordan is "clean". As in "pasture" clean? "Clean" before the noon wind
storm or after?
A street with red lights every have mile is not a "Corridor". I-215 is a
corridor. Enjoy the traffic for the next 50 years.