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Alpine considers new annexations
Concerned EM residents continue to seek delays to blasting
Citizen survey to gather feedback
Eagle Mountain City Council and Planning Commission work on new General Plan

New Lot Size Transition Code passed
Eagle Mountain City Staff and the Planning Commission have been working on a transitioning code for several months now. The City Council and Planning Commission asked city staff to review and revise the development code as it relates to lot sizes and the transitioning of sizes adjacent to current lots. After the code was reviewed in several planning commission meetings and input from the public in
Youth council hits the ground running after late start
CEDAR HILLS -- A new youth council has been sworn in and is already at work planning several activities. Youth Mayor McKell McIntyre and the 25 members of the youth council had a late start to their year after the previous adviser was unable to continue, current adviser and former city council member Stephanie Martinez said. (The youth council's other adviser is Amy Augustus.) The youth, age
Get savvy about snow removal
Saratoga Springs -- Utah's famous powder has been elusive this season, but with the official start of winter just around the corner, it's bound to make more appearances. Whether you're a longtime resident or a new homeowner, it's important to brush up on your responsibilities when it comes to snow removal. The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) and the city of Saratoga Springs share respo
Possible fire service tax increase for Eagle Mountain
EAGLE MOUNTAIN Local residents are probably looking at a tax increase for fire service. Eagle Mountain is one of the 11 member communities of the Unified Fire Service Area, the taxing entity that funds the Unified Fire Area. UFA officials are currently proposing a 9.56 percent tax increase which they say would mean a $23.78 annual increase on the property tax for a $250,000 home and an increa
Land deal for Pony Express expansion
During the City Council Meeting on December 5th, the Eagle Mountain City Council agreed to modify the Overland / SITLA Master Development Plan (MDP) and the Master Development Agreement. The Staff report gives this background, "The SITLA (State of Utah School Institutional Trust Lands Administration) master development plan and agreement was approved in 2003, vesting the Mid-Valley portion of the
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