More Lawsuits in Rural Roads Case |

By Amy Joi O’Donoghue

May 13, 2012

“Utah’s legal fight to claim 12,000 roads isn’t about paving deer trails or putting in four-lane highways, but about preserving access by residents to roads with long, historical use.

That characterization of what is likely to be a protracted battle unfolding in federal court was emphasized Tuesday by Utah’s chief deputy attorney general John Swallow during a press conference detailing the state’s plans in the controversial RS2477 right-of-way dispute.”

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