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Cedar Hills increases water rates
CEDAR HILLS--City officials have approved an increase in water fees, effective June 20, based on a utility rate study by Bowen, Collins & Associates. The increases are tiered and based on whether pressurized irrigation is available. The new utility fees are assessed as follows: Water (No pressurized irrigation available) Base Rate (no usage) $8.10 Per Month (previously $7.68) 1-8,000 gallons $1.80 Per 1,000 gallons (previously $1.69) 8,001 -12,000 $1.80 Per 1,000 gallons (previously $1
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Cedar Hills spotlights beautiful yards
CEDAR HILLS—If you've been working hard getting your yard into shape this summer, it's not too late to enter it into Cedar Hill's annual Yard of the Month contest. The city's beautification committee gives out awards each summer month through September recognizing one yard from each of five precincts that the city is divided into (if entries are submitted from each area). Photos of the winning yards are posted on the city's website. June's winners were the Bouwhuis residence, 10308 North Iro
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Question and answer with Cedar Hills candidates
The Crossroads Journal recently offered Cedar Hills mayoral and city council candidates the chance to answer questions addressing issues important to local voters. Sixteen questions were sent to each of the candidates in the municipal elections that The Crossroads Journal covers. These candidates were given the opportunity to answer questions on a wide range of topics including; roads, development, family life, open space, schools, and why they are running for office. Participation in the survey
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Question and answer with Highland City candidates
The Crossroads Journal recetnly gave candidates for Highland City office the chance to address issues important to city residents. Sixteen questions were sent to each of the candidates in the municipal elections that The Crossroads Journal covers. These candidates were given the opportunity to answer questions on a wide range of topics including; roads, development, family life, open space, schools and why they are running for office.  Participation in the survey was voluntary, not all candid
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Question and Answer with Eagle Mountain Candidates
The Crossroads Journal recently offered Cedar Hills mayoral and city council candidates the chance to answer questions addressing issues important to local voters. Sixteen questions were sent to each of the candidates in the municipal elections that The Crossroads Journal covers. These candidates were given the opportunity to answer questions on a wide range of topics including; roads, development, family life, open space, schools, and why they are running for office. Participation in the survey
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Northern Utah Notes
AMERICAN FORK • The City Council has recently approved an Urban Deer Control Plan to handle deer in parts of the community that are destroying yards, gardens and crops. The plan has been successfully used by many cities throughout the county. The program will be run by Humphries Archery. Those interested in participating in the program can contact Humphries at 801-756-4750. • A new beach, Marina Cove Beach, constructed on Utah Lake at the American Fork Boat Harbor recently opened to the public
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New opening on Cedar Hills city council
CEDAR HILLS—There is an immediate opening on the city council after the June 4 resignation of Rob Crawley. Crawley and his family are moving out of the city. "I resigned because my family is moving to a home in Highland that is just right for our family. I am sad to not finish my term and explored all possible ways that I might continue on the City Council while doing what is best for my family and found there are no possible ways to remain on the Council while not living in the city of Cedar
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Fireworks restricted in North Utah County communities
This year's wet winter and spring have left local areas at an increased risk for wildfires. Just about every community has enacted restrictions on fireworks that you need to know if you're including them in your July 24 celebration. Countywide, fireworks may only be discharged between July 1- 7, and July 21 - 27, between the hours of 11 a.m. and 11 p.m. Hours are extended to midnight on July 24. ALPINE Fireworks are banned in all city parks and within 100 feet of any stream bed - all firewor
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Creekside Theatre Fest presents "The Tempest" and "Oz"
Creekside Theatre Fest, sponsored by the Cedar Hills Arts Council, will present two plays in June at the Cedar Hills Heritage Park Amphitheater, 4425 West Cedar Hills Drive. "The Tempest" by William Shakespeare, directed by Gabriel Spencer, will be performed at 8 p.m. on June 14, 17, 19, 21, 23, & 24. "The Tempest" is set on a remote island, where the sorcerer Prospero, rightful Duke of Milan, plots to restore his daughter Miranda to her rightful place using illusion and skilful manipulati
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Cedar Hills will stay in the Utah League of Cities & Towns
CEDAR HILLS—On May 2, the city council briefly considered leaving the Utah League of Cities & Towns. A resolution proposed by Councilmember Rob Crawley to leave the organization went down in flames after a brief discussion and a 4-1 vote to not approve his resolution. Crawley said the reason for his proposed resolution was that ULCT does not always support what is in the best interests of local residents. "It's almost like a government appendage; so many cities are funding it. It's a very
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