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Tribal leaders say UTA 'ignores' them

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A 250-acre site on state lands near Draper thought to rest above an American Indian village dating back 3,000 years was protected last August from Utah Transit Authority plans to construct a commuter train platform and station. While UTA now plans to build in a spot farther north at 12800 South, leaders from several area tribes say their ancestors' lives and movements weren't restricted to current boundaries of private or state lands and right of way designations.

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