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Cottonwood Heights City Planners held an open house from 6 to 8 p.m. in the first floor training room of city hall on Nov. 12.
Cottonwood Heights Business Association (CHBA), which is comprised of over 100 local businesses, was created approximately six months ago and continues to grow.
The Cottonwood Heights City Council meeting held on Nov. 10 at city hall was nowhere near ordinary.
This year’s community Christmas concert is only the third such annual event organized by the Cottonwood Heights Arts Council.
Local residents who drive past the large, rural-looking parcel of land at 4500 South and 2700 East in Holladay surely cannot fail to notice the green oasis floating in a sea of suburban development.
UDOT is prepared to help keep roads safe and plowed during the winter season and suggests that motorists also take safety precautions. A traffic app is available to help drivers determine when and where to travel.
Desert Star’s presents Ebenezer Scrooge: His Nightmare Before Christmas
It turns out that some scientists think we’re headed for a mass extinction. Merry Christmas!
I’m finding this trend sad and disturbing! Most of these businesses are local to our economy. They employ our families, friends and neighbors.
The Unified Fire Authority hosted an open house at Station #110, located at 1790 East Fort Union Boulevard, on Oct. 24.