Domestic Violence Program Expanded To Tamworth

The project has been in the works for about six years and ground was broken in September 2017, according to Executive Director Kendra Wyckoff. The organization originally believed the 42,000-square-foot building would cost $11.6 million, but the price tag ended up closer to $12 million because of weather and soil challenges and increased security measures. About half of the money came from private donations and the rest from public partnerships and grants, including $900,000 from the Utah Legislature.

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