Talk:Salt Lake City
Going to make the page a little more in depth. Change a few things for instance salt lake is not in the Rocky mountians. SLC is actually in the wasatch mountians and la sal mountians. and in the southwest region of the US.
i believe the Wasatch Mountains are part of the rockies --SLCpunk 01:51, 8 Nov 2004 (EST)
Did some fact checking. You are correct the Wasatch an La Sal ranges are part of the rocky mountains. I was mistaken in thinking that they were independant mountain ranges. Biodrin 00:48, 18 Nov 2004 (EST)
The Salt Lake City valley is bordered to the west by the Oquirrh Mountains (pronouced "Oak-er" like smoker)
The understand section is starting to getting some of the same kind of anti/pro Mormon edits common to the wikipedia pages. It may be an important topic for Wikipedia to cover, but I can't see that detailed, (and disputed), accounts of Mormon history in 1840’s Illinois is useful to a Salt Lake City visitor. I've changed it to a more general and concise tone. Honestly, the whole Understand section seems a little long, and, in some places, overly focused on Utah rather than Salt Lake City specifically. I'm tempted to rewrite most of the city history to make it shorter and more applicable to a traveller, but I'd thought I'd see if anyone had any thoughts first. -- Merbert 11:38, 22 May 2008 (EDT)
Beautiful work on the "buy 'section. But I think someone from SLC or a fromer resident needs to umm....fill uop the work section. I could look at the economy/working conditions if you like. But it SHOULD NOT be left all up to me. What do you thik? Edmontonenthusiast 13:24, 23 October 2008 (EDT)Edmontonenthusiast
¡i don't know!
Unsafe for gays?
In the "Stay Safe" section, it almost makes it seem like you will be jumped for being homosexual. Whoever wrote this either had really bad experiences or is basing it off of sensationalist word of mouth reports without ever having experienced it. I toned down the language some but I feel like it should probably be removed completely. Not sure if anyone is paying attention, but if they are, do you agree? Bob rulz 08:23, 17 March 2009 (EDT)