Cedar Fort Town Council revises Commercial Business License Ordinance
May 25, 2018, 10:07 am
New queen crowned in Saratoga Springs
Caption: Madalyn Lambson (center) is the new Miss Saratoga Spring. She is pictured with her with First attendant Abigail Smith ( left) and Second attendant Kloie Pellegrini (right). SARATOGA SPRINGS — The city's new royalty will be out in the community this summer as each completes a service project. Miss Saratoga Springs 2018 is Madalyn Lambson, who received a $1,500 scholarship. For her ta
May 20, 2018, 12:26 pmRead More...
Dog park in Cedar Hills' future?
CEDAR HILLS — At the request of some residents, city officials are considering turning at least a portion of Timpanogos Cove Park, at 9508 N Timpanogos Cove, into a dog park. In a March 21 council discussion, council members seemed to support the idea. Resident Catherine Frantz, who has two dogs, told the council she thought the Timpanogos Cove Park was an ideal setting for a dog park and asked
May 19, 2018, 11:37 amRead More...
Saratoga Springs to bond for sewer improvements
SARATOGA SPRINGS — The city council has approved the issuance of a $10 million bond to pay for a new citywide sewer system. Since its incorporation, the city has been a member of the Timpanogos Special Service District and has had to pump sewage across the Jordan River to reach the District's available collection point. In recent years, city officials have determined that investing in a grav
May 18, 2018, 12:28 pmRead More...
Spring has sprung at the 14th Annual Tulip Festival at Ashton Gardens
Even after a mild winter, there's something magical about spring. The earth becomes green and colorful again. Now, through May 5, the Ashton Gardens at Thanksgiving Point will be a sea of color as nearly 300,000 tulips brighten up the paths and walkways at the 14th annual Tulip Festival. According to Tony Latimer, head of horticulture at Thanksgiving Point, 282,000 tulips imported from Holland
May 17, 2018, 7:11 pmRead More...
New treasurer for Cedar Fort
CEDAR FORT — The town council appointed a new town treasurer at its March 17 meeting. Ashley Cook was appointed to the position after an interview with Mayor David Gustin and Councilmember Richard Stark who recommended her to the council. Cook has been a financial broker for the last four years and has managed the books of Cedar Valley Net for 2 1/2 years. The council thanked Autumn Blackner for h
May 16, 2018, 12:47 pmRead More...