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Puppy mill ordinance passed by city council

At the Midvale city council meeting on July 17, an ordinance was passed which regulates commercial pet sales and provides a remedy for pets that become ill or have congenital health problems that were not disclosed prior to buying the pet.

Salt Lake Chamber hopes to raise awareness about Utah’s housing situation

The Salt Lake Chamber wants to start a dialogue about housing problems in Utah.

Airport reconstruction project on schedule for 2020

Salt Lake City will soon have a new airport.

County sales tax increase to fund transportation

Senate Bill 136 was passed this March, allowing counties to impose a quarter-cent sales tax for transportation funding. Salt Lake County passed an ordinance stating that if a collective of cities and townships making up 67 percent% of the county’s population show support for the tax, it will be imposed this summer.

UFA fires into the world of podcasts

Roll Call Podcast by UFA EMS Divisions expedites learning to improve service and community understanding.

Midvale City continues plan to improve Main Street

Midvale City held a second open house on May 9 to present to the public a draft of its plan to revitalize Main Street.

Residents of Applewood Mobile Estates celebrate victory over "Goliath"

The residents of Applewood Mobile Estates held a dinner to celebrate their success in raising funds to buy the land their homes are on and create a resident-owned community.

Understanding elected official compensation in the wake of pay raise controversy

A recent controversy surrounding a mayor giving himself a raise highlights the fact that not many people understand elected official compensation.

Canyons District’s approach to keeping students safe

Taking a closer a look at what Canyons School District is planning for school safety

Students join nationwide protest, many focus on kindness

Students across the valley used March 14 to peacefully exercise their First Amendment rights standing up against school violence—and in some instances, standing united.

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