In This Issue - February 2023
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Resident runs every street in Taylorsville“I was encouraged by the friendly waves from people chilling on their porch,” Gary Short said of his quest to run on every street in Taylorsville. Read More »
UHSAA schools have action plans to treat sports injuriesUtah high schools are prepared in case of an injury, such as Damar Hamlin’s cardiac arrest. Read More »
Region realignment sees local schools drop to 5AEvery two years the UHSAA moves its schools into new regions. The realignment keeps schools of equal enrollment numbers and proximity grouped together in competition. Read More »
Uncle Sam’s red tape removed at Taylorsville Food Pantry, site can now serve more people, more quicklyNew volunteer operators of the Taylorsville Food Pantry are making some changes, expected to speed up the process for people picking up food. Also, a policy change will now allow those in need living outside Taylorsville to get food there as well. Read More »
From 2 to 12: the number of public pickleball courts in Taylorsville will sextuple in 2023A $960,000 grant from Salt Lake County’s Tourism, Recreation, Culture & Convention Board will be matched by Taylorsville taxpayers in 2023 for the construction of 10 brand-new pickleball courts throughout the city. Read More »
Two Taylorsville structures now listed on the National Register of Historic Places need massive improvementsTaylorsville is now home to a pair of structures – each well over 100 years old – officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The problem is, they are each in need of tens- and even hundreds-of-thousands-of-dollars’ worth of structural repairs. Read More »
Retired hydrologist/geologist bringing lots of new experience to the Taylorsville Green CommitteeA new Taylorsville Green Committee member – with an impressive professional background – is expected to help the group immensely with existing initiatives, while also helping to brainstorm some new ideas for the environmentally-conscious volunteer group. Read More »
West-side advocate Sen. Karen Mayne resigns her senate seatWest-side advocate Sen. Karen Mayne resigns her senate seat. Read More »
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