Q: I saw a beautiful copper front license plate with PAYSON on it the other day. Where can I get one and how much do they cost?
A: "The solid copper plates are available locally at your Rim Country Regional Chamber of Commerce for just $20," Pat Johnson of the chamber said. "They're available in red and black lettering." We also have the state flag license plate for $12.50."
Q: Now that Boomtown is dead, who owns that land and are there any plans for it?
A: There are no immediate plans for the Boomtown site. The land -- 2.5 acre parcel just west of Sawmill Crossing and behind a row of Main Street businesses including Main Street Paint- belongs to Sawmill Crossing owner, Kaibab Industries, but for the time being, the company is focusing its development efforts on land it owns that fronts Highway 87 and Aero Drive, according to Paul Peterson, attorney for Kaibab Industries.
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