Provo panel recommends closing 100 South for temple

The Planning Commission gave its blessing Tuesday to plans to close a street for the city’s second Mormon temple.

The commission unanimously voted to recommend the Municipal Council approve vacating 100 South between University Avenue and 100 West. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced in February that it wanted to buy the street — and Nu Skin Enterprises’ parking deck — as part of its plans to convert the fire-gutted Provo Tabernacle into the Provo City Center Temple.

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