Incorporating undeveloped land into a resort-style town is a bad idea, considering that Utah already has several ski resorts and a new resort being built on the west side of the Salt Lake Valley within the next 50 years. Aspen, Utah, is an unneeded town on land that should remain undeveloped.

Part of what makes Utah so unique is the miles and miles of untouched mountains and fields. If we continue to allow the unwanted development, 20 years down the road Utah will no longer be unique.

Ryan Curtis

Cottonwood Heights