Sandy City passed a 4 percent property tax increase with this year’s final budget for the 2015-2016 fiscal year at the Truth and Taxation Hearing on Aug. 4, 2015.
“I can’t tell you how excited I am to see the Mountaineers back on Mt. Jordan soil,” Principal Molly Hart said. “It’s back where we belong.”
Questar Gas is requesting a decrease of $12.4 million in its Utah natural gas rates. If the request is approved by the Utah Public Service Commission (PCS), the annual bill for the typical residential customer will decrease by $10 starting Oct. 1, 2015.
Students at Spanish dual immersion school Silver Mesa learned the Spanish names of ingredients in arepas, a South American dish that students call “delicious chubby pancake-tortillas.”
Valley skies will be filled with hot air balloons once again as Sandy City launches its ninth annual Balloon Festival Aug.7 and 8.
If you have a dog and live in Sandy, odds are you have made a trip to the one off-leash dog park in the city.
The Journals have received a number of press releases and emails to offer thoughts, prayers and condolences.
“The unfortunate negative publicity about police has cast a shadow on the good work being done on a daily basis by police officers around the country,” Sgt. Dean Carriger said.
With Utah outranking all other states for the number of households with computers, the need for faster connectivity and more timesaving, user-friendly sites is a ubiquitous reality.
McDonald spent four years making Visions For The Family become a reality. She established the non-profit completely on her own, without the help of an attorney. The organization was created to serve people who do not have access to treatment, but its specific focus is on the children who are witnesses to domestic violence.