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RV Park to host pipeline workers discussed for BC

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Dave Archer
Leader Assistant Editor

There’s no doubt they’re coming.  The only question is where are they going to stay?
Box Elder County Commissioners welcomed Brigham City Mayor Dennis Fife to their meeting yesterday to discuss a plan to put RV stalls on property next to the Golden Spike Trap Club (1330 W. 330 South, Brigham City).  The stalls would be the temporary home to dozens of workers with U.S. Pipeline during their Ruby Pipeline project later this year.
Fife said Brigham City supported the idea after Tremonton City officials and the county couldn’t come to an agreement on the placement of RV stalls at the Box Elder County Fairgrounds.
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