Max Roth | Fox13 Salt Lake City
The Utah State Fair drew 250,000 visitors in what was considered a slow, rainy year in 2013. But the State Fair Park on North Temple between downtown and the airport hemorrhages millions of tax dollars.
“This has been the home for the Utah State Fair since the early 1900s, we have buildings over a hundred years old,” said Mike Steele, director of the Utah State Fair Corporation.
A study just released to the State Building Board outlines what it would cost to keep the fair going, and how much the state would make by selling the 67 acres. Read more