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No more motorized vehicles in Lambert Park
ALPINE The city council has voted to close Lambert Park to motorized vehicles permanently. On April 24, in a 3-2 vote, the city council voted to close the park to motorized vehicles except for service vehicles, emergency access and allowing public motorized access on improved roads to the Bowery and Rodeo Grounds. Last July the city council banned motorized vehicles in the park for six months after it was determined that a fire in a wilderness area had been caused by target shooters who
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Memorial Day programs in local communities
Programs to honor those who have served our country will be held on Memorial Day, Monday, May 28 in three northern Utah County communities. American Fork will also hold a fire department breakfast and a flag retiring program. American Fork American Fork Fire & Rescue will serve up its annual Memorial Day Breakfast from 6 to 10 a.m. at the 96 North Center Street fire station. Prices are $6 for adults and $3 for children under 12. At the breakfast, those in attendance can tour some of the fire
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Fiscal Impact of an Eagle Mountain Data Center
Sweetwater Industrial Park is something that is going to be talked about for a while in Eagle Mountain, and has the potential to reshape how the tech community thinks about Eagle Mountain. Sweetwater Industrial Park is the start of a massive Data Center build that is on track to come to Eagle Mountain. The name of the company that is building the Data Center is a well-kept secret. The Interlocal Cooperation Agreements are in the process of being approved by Alpine School District, Utah County
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Summer fun around northern Utah Valley
As the weather gets nicer, many of us want to be outside more. Local communities have several summer-long activities including free summer concerts, movies in the park and food truck rallies. Saratoga Springs In Saratoga Springs, the Summer Celebration series kicks off June 4 during Splash Days. The concerts will be held on Monday evenings at 7 p.m. at Neptune Park, 452 W. 400 N. Food trucks in the Food Truck League will be at the park from 5 to 9 p.m. during these events. June 4- Saratoga
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Northern Utah County Notes
ALPINE The city of St. Anthony, Idaho has hired Alpine artist Denzil Jenks, to restore a city statue called Keefer Park Doughboy which has been a part of St. Anthony since 1922. The Cleveland Browns have signed undrafted free agent Micah Hannemann of Alpine to play for them. LEHI Boostability, a Lehi-based search engine optimization service provider was recently named third in 10 Best SEO's Best Search Engine Optimization Agency awards. D. Gary Young, the founder and chairman of the boa
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Cedar Hills celebrates Family Festival
CEDAR HILLS -- Cedar Hills' yearly celebration, Family Festival, will be held Monday, June 4, to Saturday, June 9, this year. There are a wide variety of events planned, many of which are free. Advance discount tickets for Family Swim Night, Teen Swim Party, Friday Dinner and Outdoor Adventure Zone are currently available on the city website. On the evening of Monday, June 4, there will be a Family Swim Night at Pleasant Grove Veterans Memorial Pool, 454 East 300 South from 6 to 8 p.m. follow
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June Community Events
Food Truck Rallies Every Monday in Alpine (Legacy Park) from 5 - 9 p.m. Every Tuesday in Eagle Mountain (3688 E Campus Dr.) from 5:30 - 9 p.m. Every Tuesday in Cedar Hills (Heritage Park) from 5 - 9 p.m. Every Wednesday in Lehi (Wines Park) from 5 - 9 p.m. Work Out With a Firefighter People of all ages are invited to work out with a firefighter at the Lehi fire station on June 2nd at 9 a.m. Summer Concert Series Saratoga Springs is hosting its annual summer concert series at Neptune
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Residents appear split on Lambert Park ban
ALPINE At a March 27, public hearing on the city's ban on motorized vehicles in Lambert Park seven residents spoke on the issue. In January, the city council reenacted a moratorium on motorized vehicles in the park which had just expired. At that time city officials said that while motorized vehicle use in the park was regulated prior to and after the moratorium, in the interim park users were not adhering to those regulations. At the public hearing, three residents spoke in support of h
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Northern Utah County Notes
ALPINE The city council has approved a contract with Tennis and Track Company, an ASBA Sports Builders Association member, to replace the basketball court at Burgess Park, at Canyon Crest Road and 200 West. The contractor will install a new 56'x90' basketball court including a complete basketball system and two basketball standards for $47,647. Resident Jeff Mendez has received authorization to place a Little Free Library in the park strip by his home at 46 S. Country Manor Lane on a six-mon
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Alpine to implement deer control plan
ALPINE City officials are working on putting together a deer control plan. Two resident surveys indicated that most residents wanted a solution to the deer problem but were split down the middle on how it should be handled, Mayor Troy Stout reported to the city council at its March 27 meeting. One group wanted to save the deer while the other group wanted to get rid of them, he said. With an estimated 500, the deer population in Alpine has begun to pose a hazard to motorists as well as a
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