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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 Hills council receives audit report
Auditor Steven Rowley of Keddington & Christensen, LLC, recently reported to the Cedar Hills City Council that his firm had not encountered any significant difficulties or uncorrected misstatements with the city's annual audit. As part of the audit process, the auditing firm is required by law to check the city's compliance with state statutes. They found one instance where city council minutes were not uploaded to the Utah PMN website within three days of approval, a requirement of the Open an
Easter events planned in northern Utah County
There are Easter activities planned in several eastside cities in April. LEHI Lehi City is sponsoring its first-ever Teen Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt on Friday, April 7, at 9 p.m. at Vets Park, 850 W. Main, Lehi. Teens ages 13-18 should show up at 9 p.m. sharp with their flashlights ready to hunt for cash and candy-filled eggs. The city's official annual Easter Egg Hunt will take place Saturday, April 8, at 11 a.m. at Sports Park, 2000 W. 700 S. There will be designated areas by age group
Cedar Hills residents to clean up the community in April
Cedar Hills residents will have the opportunity to participate in two Days of Service this year on April 8 and 22. Sponsored by the Beautification Committee, the Days of Service will have residents tackling the cleanup of the roundabout on Cedar Hills Drive. Residents age 14 and older are asked to meet at Heritage Park, 4425 W. Cedar Hills Dr., at 10 a.m. on each of the two days with gloves, shovels, rakes and hand trowels. They will be removing plants and shrubs on April 8 and planting trees,
Lone Peak Fire District gets mixed reviews in study
Alpine, Highland and Cedar Hills city officials recently got together at the Highland Fire Station to hear the results of a study that measured the effectiveness of the Lone Peak fire department against national and best practices standards. Between the three stations Highland 201, Alpine 202 and Cedar Hills, there is a total of 51 staff members: three battalion chiefs, nine captains, nine engineers and nine firefighters with 18 full-time firefighter/medics or engineer/medics (three of the latt
Cedar Hills Council reluctantly adjusts boundary
January was a quiet month in Cedar Hills. In a tie-vote broken by Mayor Gary Gygi the City Council agreed to change the boundary with Pleasant Grove for one lot. The property owner, Dennis Thayne, requested the change because although his . 574-acre lot is in a Cedar Hills development it is difficult because of utility access, emergency response access and the length of the stem of the flag lot. Several council members said that it was a bad idea to approve boundary adjustments one lot at a time
Cedar Hills provides classes, discounts for residents
The city of Cedar Hills is offering several new programs for its residents. A new free monthly gardening class began Feb. 15. The class, by Dr. Dianne Farrer, will be held on the third Wednesday of the month from 6:30 to 8 the Cedar Hills Recreation Center. The class continues through August. March - Vegetables & Herbs, plus Container Gardening April - Lawns & Water Science May - Pesticides & Fertilizers June - Xeriscaping, Natives, & Composting July - Trees & Shrubs: The Good,
Hear real-life crisis story at preparedness event
CEDAR HILLS—The city of Cedar Hills will hold its fifth annual multi-city Family Preparedness Event on Tuesday, March 14 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the community recreation center. The event will focus on disaster preparedness for families. The featured speaker will be Mark Marrot, a Governor's Summit presenter and emergency management consultant. He will speak from 7 to 8 p.m. on "Lessons Learned from the Christchurch, New Zealand, Earthquake: Response, Recovery, and Resilience." Several vend
Cedar Hills awards bid for park and golf maintenance building
Cedar Hills is moving ahead with the proposed Bayhill Park. On Nov. 1, the city council awarded a bid to S & L Inc., the low bidder on the project. S & L Inc. submitted a base bid of $419,818. The project was bid out with a base bid and alternatives. Option A included upgraded trees and shrubs. Option B would add a pavilion. Option C would add fill and option D would add a gate at the trailhead. Since the total budget allocation for the park was $446,000, city officials decided to go with the
Cedar Hills city manager takes American Fork job
The city of American Fork has a new administrator. David Bunker, who has been the Cedar Hills city manager and engineer for the past four years, was appointed to the position in American Fork on Jan. 10. Bunker replaces Craig Whitehead, who has served as American Fork's city administrator since 2011. Bunker, an American Fork native, has been working for the city of Cedar Hills for the past 15 years, first as the city's public works director and then as the city manager. "My love of this city s


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