Sandy theater lovers take note: Hale Centre Theatre is officially moving to our city. Sandy City officials have spent countless hours poring over documents and hashing out details, and at the June 11 City Council meeting, the project was finally approved.
Water conservation should be top of mind as we head into summer. Our warmer-than-normal winter and low snowpack in the mountains worries agencies who deliver water to Salt Lake County residents.
Last month, I highlighted some of the local and national challenges faced by law enforcement agencies, including negative public perception and challenges with recruitment. This month I’d like to focus on the good news of law enforcement, and there is certainly plenty to tout in our local department.
It is official. City Council approves Bond Action and Execution of Lease to Hale Center.
Utah’s top middle school volunteer of 2015, Amelia Slama-Catron, 14, was honored May 3 in the nation’s capitol for her outstanding volunteer service during the 20th annual presentation of the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards.
Wandering along the trail heads in Dimple Dell Canyon, you are sure to find places where people have camped or even cooked. But when Questar Gas construction crews were in the area near the Wrangler Trailhead working on a natural-gas pipeline, they uncovered something more, something ancient.
The program, along with the many volunteers and sponsors, strives to create healthy residents through addressing all lifestyle habits that include safety, substance abuse and addiction, sleep and relationships.
The fair offers booths filled with educational handouts on water-wise plants, and specialists are on hand to help patrons understand and implement water conservation.
The Sandy City Council is currently deciding whether Sandy will become a “no-kill” city for animals.
In a press conference on April 27, Mayor Tom Dolan announced Sandy City’s joint campaign with www.ParentsEmpowered.org to help put a stop to underage drinking. The campaign specifically focuses on adults who provide alcohol to minors, and each of the Sandy Police squad cars will have a sticker on the back door that says, “Seat reserved for adults giving alcohol to minors.”