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Developmental Center board looks at annexation
PARC tax funds several projects
Bulk of Alpine budget goes to roads/capital projects
Lehi honors military and conducts council business

American Fork processes several annexations
AMERICAN FORK — The city council has seen several annexations and annexation petitions before it this past month. On July 11, the council approved the Mitchell Farms Plat A Annexation consisting of 27.75 acres at 850 West 700 North. The area had originally been approved for annexation on May 7, but the necessary signatures had not been gathered and submitted to the Lt. Governor's office within
Town officials look at July 24 celebration
Cedar Fort—In its July 25 meeting, the town council spent some time evaluating the July 24 celebration and planning for its future. The breakfast and raffle did well and despite an issue with flies that they plan to address next year, were well-received. The Lucky Square and baseball games were also popular. The run which went well and is now self-sustaining should start earlier in the future,
Living the good life: Back to school at 70
It's back to school for the kids. Which means, it's back to school for this old man. In other words, I continue living the "Good Life" as most of you do. I have the choice opportunity to work in the special ed department at Rockwell Charter High in Eagle Mountain. Also, I help coach basketball. I'm living the dream at seventy. I work with Ms. Christensen, she is an amazing teacher to work with.
Upcoming Jr. High School events
School Starts August 22 - Alpine District Jr. High Schools Picture Day American Fork Jr. High - August 31-September 1 Frontier - September  6-7 Lehi Jr. - September 6 Timberline - September 7-8 Vista Heights - September 7-8 Willow Creek - September 27-28 Parent Teacher Conference American Fork Jr. - September 14, 3:30-7:30 p.m. Frontier - September 14, 3:30 - 7:30 p.m. Lehi Jr. - S
Lambert Park closed to motorized vehicles following fire
ALPINE — City officials have banned motorized vehicles from Lambert Park — at least temporarily. The city council took action July 18 in an emergency meeting after it was determined that the Water Tower Fire had been caused by target shooters in a wilderness area, who likely accessed the property on ATVs or other motorized vehicles through the park. City officials are hopeful the action will cu
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