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Price River is becoming a stream of consciousness for Helper City


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By JOHN SERFUSTINI
Sun Advocate associate editor

The Price River, which divides Helper into east and west halves, is now serving as a unifying theme in the city's plans for economic and community development.

On Tuesday, about 20 representatives from various municipal, county, state and federal agencies got a glimpse of the concept plan intended to transform the river into a city centerpiece.

Jason Carey and Crystal Young of River Restoration outlined the highlights during a short tour of the river. Carey is Principal River Engineer of the firm, Young is a hydrologist. They've been working with the city for two years and are now close to beginning a small demonstration project.

In so many words, the message from the engineers for the river is, "Slow down, you move too fast."

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