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City looks at The Ridge development
ALPINE — The city council has reviewed plans for the Ridge at Alpine Subdivision which consists of 72 lots ranging in size from 0.46 acres to 3.08 acres on a site that is approximately 189.5 acres. Just over 68 acres of the property has been designated as a conservation easement with an additional 58 acres proposed as additional open space. The development at about 1100 North Grove Drive has what is known as a Planned Regional Development designation which is meant to cluster lots to preserve
Work moves forward on Alpine pressurized irrigation meters
ALPINE — As part of its ongoing pressurized irrigation meter project, the city has awarded the bid for the ultrasonic water meter supply to Hydro Specialty Company, the low bidder at $789,252, about 20 percent less than engineer estimates. Hydro Specialty Company was the only bidder on the water meter boxes project. At $789,252 Hydro Specialty Company was the only bidder. The bid was $91,692.15, about 13 percent less than engineer estimates. Meter installation is expected to be completed i
New singing groups for Cedar Hills kids
CEDAR HILLS — A new singing group is offering opportunities for local youngsters at the Cedar Hills Community Center this fall. Celebration Singers is offering Tuesday classes for three separate groups: grades one to three (3:30 p.m.); grades four to six (4:15 p.m.) and grades seven to nine (5 p.m.) The classes are being taught by Camille Butler Tullis and Stephanie Goodman Welsch. Tullis is a member of Sparks Singers, a Christian pop vocal group, a former member of the BYU Ballroom Eli
Pioneer Highlight - John Moyle
In 1926, sculptor Torlief Knaphus created the Handcart Pioneer Monument. Today it is displayed in Salt Lake City at Temple Square. The bronze sculpture depicts a man pulling a handcart with a woman to his side and a boy pushing from the back. Knaphus decided on using John Moyle as the likeness for the man in his sculpture. This was appropriate because John Moyle's life models the attributes of a pioneer: determination, persistence, and willingness to sacrifice. John Moyle traveled acros
USDC to sell 112 acres
HIGHLAND — The Utah State Developmental Center, located in American Fork at 895 N. 900 E., has put up 112 acres of its property which is located in Highland for sale or lease. The USDC currently sits on about 450 acres. The property on the west side of North County Boulevard and south of 10100 North borders Lone Peak High School to the north. It includes land for an east-west connector road and may include land for a fire station. The state Division of Facilities Construction and Management i
Alpine moves forward on PI meter project
ALPINE — The city council has chosen a contractor for the first two phases of the installation of pressurized irrigation meters citywide. The low bidder, Craig F. Sorensen Construction, submitted a bid for $230,745 for the first phase of the project which was 12 percent below the city's engineering consultant's estimate. (A second bid by S&L, Inc. was for $363,250.) In the first phase, Sorensen Construction will install 463 residential units and 463 non-residential ( parks, landscaped area
Northern Utah County Notes
ALPINE Residents can enjoy a food truck rally every Monday from 5 to 9 p.m. at Legacy Park, 50 S Main, Alpine. The rally has new food trucks each week with music in the park. Check out their Facebook page for upcoming information each week. AMERICAN FORK Tabitha's Way Local Food Pantry has launched a Toilet Paper 1OK Challenge which is open all ages and abilities, individuals, groups, businesses, churches, and neighborhoods. Through July 31 participants are challenged to collect enough toil
All you need is love at Alpine Days this year
ALPINE — The city's annual celebration with a theme of "All you need is love" will be held Friday, August 3, to Saturday, August 11, this year. Most of the events will be held at Creekside Park, 100 North 600 East. Special events will include a kick-off fireside, a luau, senior dinner, teen party and dance, art show and chalk the block, along with the traditional parade and fireworks. This year there's also a return of the traditional Alpine Days fish grab contest on Saturday. The Alpine Market
August Community Events
Food Truck Rallies Every Monday in Alpine (Legacy Park) from 5 - 9 p.m. Every Monday in Saratoga Springs (Neptune 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. Alpine Alpine Days begins August 3 and ends August 11. Come and enjoy a luau on August 6 at Creekside Park. Pre-order your meal by July 31, or bring your own food, along
High School and Middle School Events
Alpine School District: First Day of School - Aug. 20 Rockwell: First Day of School - Aug. 13 American Fork High School Home Events Sophomore Open House - Aug. 17. at 8:30 - 10:30 a.m. School Pictures - Aug. 22-23 Class Changes Last Day - Aug. 24 Lehi High School Home Events Soccer - Aug. 11 vs. Canyon View at 11 a.m. Soccer - Aug. 14 vs. Juan Diego at 4:00 Volleyball - Aug. 16 vs. American Fork at 6:00 Football - Aug. 17 vs. Alta at 7:00 Tennis - Aug. 23 vs. Orem at 3:30 Foo


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