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Construction Watch

New drawings for renovating the controversial Park City Main Street Mall show a building that's modern but that aims to blend in. Set at 333 Main Street, the 1980s building drew flak for its modern size and design so locals were thrilled to see construction crews at the site this fall. Some wanted a mining-era storefront, but the city decided against this after locals complained they didn't want any replicative architecture. [Park Record]