An unsolicited, informal survey of Holladay City residents seems to indicate support for a new development at the old Cottonwood Mall site, which would be similar to the original mall. The survey found strong support for keeping any new development at two or three stories high. It also showed strong opposition to the inclusion of low-income housing or affordable apartments.
When voters in Cottonwood Heights approved a $14.5 million bond for construction of a new city hall last year, civic leaders may have thought the hard part of getting the project going was done. It wasn’t.
“For the artists, it’s more important to them that their art is seen than winning a prize. We offer the show to give people in the community a chance to show their work that otherwise would really not have the opportunity,” Rowell said.
“Even though we single a few people out to be honored tonight, we know that it takes all of you to accomplish everything you do for the city,” Mayor Kelvyn Cullimore, Jr. said. “We appreciate all of you.”
Jacob Royal Seastrand from Boy Scout Troop 557 in Holladay was awarded his Eagle Scout rank on Dec. 20.
It’s just a bus bench that has sat in unincorporated Salt Lake County for years. But recently it became part of Holladay City in an annexation, raising the question of whether the city will allow a bus bench that sells advertising.
After a two-year break, the City Journals (formerly The Valley Journals) is, along with www.Overstock.com, sponsoring the Salt Lake County Spelling Bee.
Cottonwood Heights and Holladay residents live next to some of the best mountains and snow in the world. Canyons School District officials want to make it more accessible by bringing the price down for three days this season.
A sense of place and belonging – that’s what Mayor Kelvyn Cullimore Jr. believes is among the most important aspects incorporation brought to the residents of Cottonwood Heights.
Preliminary tests for radon completed by Holladay City residents using at-home test kits are showing high levels of radon in some homes.