In This Issue - July 2022
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UHSAA places boys soccer on probationCoaches are questioning the UHSAA decision to remove two games from their schedule. They think unsportsmanlike ejections are not fairly counted. Read More »
Taylorsville basketball players taking their talents to WashingtonThough overlooked for most of their careers, two Warriors players have found a place to play after graduation. Read More »
Plenty of activities are available for anti-boredom month in JulyAre the kids already bored? City fitness centers have activities available for families to enjoy. Read More »
Zions Bank 30th annual Paint-a-Thon spruces up Taylorsville homesAfter coronavirus forced them into a three-year hiatus, the annual Zions Bank Paint-a-Thon was back with a vengeance last month, as volunteers cleaned yards and freshened paint at four Taylorsville homes and more than two dozen others across Utah and southern Idaho. Read More »
Children’s Entrepreneur Market coming to Taylorsville Centennial Plaza July 16Young entrepreneurs will be working to sell their mostly homemade goods at Taylorsville Centennial Plaza July 16, during one of the city’s “Starry Nights @ the Plaza” events. Read More »
Councilwoman tours massive recycling center that handles Taylorsville paper and plasticsTaylorsville City Council Chair Anna Barbieri represents the city on the Wasatch Front Waste and Recycling District Board of Directors. That position recently earned her a tour of the massive recycling facility where most residents’ paper and plastic items go, before they are shipped to several different parts of the country. Read More »
Modest 10% Taylorsville property tax hike approved with no citizen oppositionFor the first time in nine years, the Taylorsville City Council has hiked property taxes to help cover their new 2022-23 fiscal year budget. But residents failed to show up to the public hearing prior to the approval vote last month with pitch forks or boiling tar. Read More »
Taylorsville Police continue to receive rave reviews as the department reaches its first 'birthday'Taylorsville Police marked their one-year anniversary as a department on July 1. Mayor Kristie Overson and council members believe more strongly now than ever, ending their law enforcement contract with Unified Police and starting their own agency was a wise move. Read More »
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