Anti-NSA group adopts highway to get close to Utah Data Center

Nate Carlisle
Salt Lake Tribune

Oct. 9, 2013

An organization opposed to surveillance by the National Security Agency has been approved to “adopt” the section of highway running past the Utah Data Center, a move that would place the group’s protest-oriented name on signs outside the spy building.

Restore The Fourth-Utah would also be responsible for picking up litter on the 2-mile stretch of Redwood Road that includes the main entrance to the Utah Data Center and Camp Williams.

Lorina Potter, a representative of Restore The Fourth-Utah, said she sent a signed agreement to the Utah Department of Transportation on Tuesday. Potter is waiting for a signature from a UDOT representative or other final confirmation from UDOT.

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