Feds give NSL $2M for Springhill landslide | News
NORTH SALT LAKE, Utah - North Salt Lake annouced the results of the city's efforts to fix a landslide issue on Springhill.
In December, the city applied for more than $2 million in federal funds after the slide destroyed six homes in the last year.
On Thursday, the city announced that their application for money was approved by the federal government. The funds will go directly to help stabilize the properties and save homes.
Some residents will get the option to sell their homes to the city.
The homes were built in the 1970s. In the late 90s, the homes began to slide; the first was demolished in 1998.
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