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Cub Scouts complain about Cedar Fort roads
On March 21, Cedar Fort officials had a visit from local Cub Scouts who brought their scooters with them. Ryan Stark told the town council that since the town chip sealed the roads, the roads are too rough and the kids cannot ride their scooters to school. City officials explained that the town didn't have funds to pave the road and that chip sealing them was the only option. Clarence Ault also complained about the roads and said his road was falling apart and that he had put his own money into
LEHI The Lehi City Council has approved the issuance of $5 million in sales tax revenue bonds to fund a new fire station being constructed at 3870 N. Traverse Mountain Boulevard. The bonds are being issued for 25 years and the resolution passed by the council indicated that they could have no more than a 6 percent interest rate. The station is expected to cost about $5.29 million. This third Lehi fire station will include living quarters, offices and a training/community room. It will be man
Cedar Fort halts building permits for 90 days
Cedar Fort officials have instituted a 90-day moratorium on all new building permits and subdivision applications. The town has taken this measure to address changes and issues in the land use ordinance and building permit ordinance, said Mayor Howard Anderson. The moratorium will be effective through April 26.
Cedar Fort has attorney review court documents
The Cedar Fort Town Council has approved an agreement with attorney John Mabey to review documents that might be received by the town from the 3rd District Court in Salt Lake dealing with water adjudication issues regarding the allocation of water shares in the valley. The council decided on a $500 cap for such review. If more needs to be spent, the council will meet at that time to approve additional expenditures. The council also discussed the possibility that the town might have to retain Ma
Veterans benefit from equine therapy at Warrior Camp
In these days of government-funded therapy dogs for college students who need help "coping" with national election results, it's soothing to the soul to hear about a program that helps our country's active duty military and veterans who actually suffer real trauma in defending our country and the world. Three Willows Counseling of Cedar Fort recently hosted a "Warrior Camp" that helped women and men of the armed forces deal with the physical and emotional trauma they have sustained through their
Cedar Fort gets new commission member
At its October meeting, the Cedar Fort Town Council appointed Gary Cook to the Planning and Zoning Commission. In other business, the council approved minor updates (format, numbering and grammatical changes) to several ordinances, along with a building permit for an outbuilding for Mike McInnes. The council also reviewed the building fees ordinance. Proposed changes include granting an extension for the start of the Ag building. After a discussion, the council agreed informally (straw vote) t
Porter Rockwell District Eagle Scouts announced
The Porter Rockwell District Area has announced approved Eagle Scouts and projects: Eagle Mountain Zachary Anderson: fingerprinting Hiram Arenas: blankets for UVRMC Jeremy Mitchell: horseshoe pits in Willow Park Josh Salter: Emergency Preparedness fair Lone Tree Skye Staley: food and clothing OVA Homeless resources NIck Templeton: refurbish Camp Wms ldrship training courses Tyler Westphal: shelving boundaries, Eagle Mountain library Devan White: renovated Mosi
Cedar Hills council recognizes Champions, discusses water metering
At its Aug. 16 meeting, the Cedar Hills City Council recognized local residents Spencer Kelley and his son Connor by unanimously adopting a resolution naming them Cedar Hills Champions. On July 15, Spencer Kelley rescued Connor, 13, from their burning home, sustaining second- and third-degree burns in the process. It was later determined that the fire was caused by a wet beanbag left on a gaming console. In other business, Mayor Gary Gygi and council members reported on their areas of responsib
Seniors invited to attend planetarium trip
Seniors from the areas of Lehi, Saratoga Springs, Cedar Fort and Eagle Mountain are invited to attend the Lehi Senior Center field trip to the Salt Lake Planetarium. The trip will be on Monday, Oct. 24. Seniors will leave from the Lehi Senior Center at 9:30 a.m. and return to the senior center around 4:30 p.m. The Clark Planetarium offers enlightening experiences that inspire wonder in learning about space and science in our daily lives. Seniors will have the opportunity to enjoy one of the pla
Lehi Senior Center offers beginner computer class
The Lehi Senior Center is excited to offer a Beginner's Computer Class starting in October. The class is for anyone over the age of 60 who lives in the Lehi, Saratoga Springs, Eagle Mountain and Cedar Fort areas. It is free for members of the senior center and $2 for non-members. In this beginner class, seniors will learn about basic social media applications such as Facebook in order to stay connected with friends and family. The class will also cover simple uses of the Internet, email, Micros


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