Midway City Proposes Changes to Memorial Hill
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June 5, 1944: 75 years ago on the eve of Operation Neptune that would later be referred to as D-Day the largest seaborne invasion in history to liberate France from German Occupation. 405,399 servicemen died during WWII

June 5, 1951: 68 years ago to this day, The United Nations led by USA was preparing to intervene on behalf of South Korea. 54,246 died in the Korean War with 7,704 still unaccounted for.

June, 1966: US Military is in Hanoi and Haiphong in Northern Vietnam. 58,220 died during the Vietnam War.

And on June 5, 2019, local Members of the America Legion are fighting to protect Memorial Hill in Midway.

During the Wasatch County Council Meeting, Midway City proposed several changes to Memorial Hill. The proposed changes were made without approval from the care givers of Memorial Hill, the American Legion.

Midway City’s Attorney Corbin Gordon explained that he was asked by the Mayor of Midway to speak on behalf of Midway City for the possible annexation of Whitaker Farms into Midway City. Dani...
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