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Good Life: Grandma's favorite
This old man, myself this is I am talking about. I am very blessed to have forty beautiful grandkids. Of course, they all like their grandma Parker the best. Those of you that know her, can figure that one out easily. Grandma can be found playing games with them on their Ipads, board games, or in the backyard pitching the ball to Hudson and little Mason. How can the grandkids not love this spec
City to provide relief for homes flooded by utility line breaks
CEDAR HILLS — City leaders have come up with a way to help out homeowners whose property is damaged as a result of a city utility line break. Under a new policy approved Oct. 3, in those instances, the city could provide clean up services through its contractor up to $5,000 per location, up to a maximum of $25,000 per incident. Standard municipal insurance does not normally cover these types of in
Plans for Dry Creek Lake move forward
LEHI/HIGHLAND -- The North Utah County Water Conservancy District and Lehi City are moving forward with a plan to develop a reservoir park/water storage facility on property east and southeast of 3200 North near the Center Pointe shopping center (Smith's Marketplace) south of SR 92. The project primarily involves rehabilitation of what is known as The Dry Creek Debris Basin. The debris basin, w
City officials want paved Lambert Park access
ALPINE — The city council is considering building a secondary road through Lambert Park. On September 12, Ross Welch, a representative of Patterson Construction, developer of the Box Elder South subdivision, presented three options for the road to the city council. He said Patterson Construction was willing to build a secondary access road out of the Box Elder South subdivision but a decision w
City tries for PARC tax after losing funding last year
CEDAR HILLS — Elected officials are hoping this year residents will vote in favor of a 0.1 percent PARC tax even though voters narrowly defeated basically the same tax proposal (then called a CARE tax) in last year's general election. Last year residents voted 51.20 percent to 48.40 percent against Proposition 6 which city leaders said would have paid for improvements at Bayhill Park and Herita
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