A Student of History

September 19, 2006

Even builders do the right thing sometimes

Filed under: Historic Preservation — John Maass @ 9:56 pm

In Utah, ancient petroglyphs will be preserved by a builder/developer putting in new construction at Eagle Mtn.

A new subdivision was ready for construction in Eagle Mountain, until a piece of history got in the way. Rock art – thousands of years old – was found on land slated for development. Now, the city and the developer are looking at ways to keep the past alive while planning for the future.

For the whole article, and some photographs as well, click here.

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