The Wasatch Front Regional Council (WFRC) and Salt Lake County have awarded Cottonwood Heights a grant through the “Local Planning Resource Program.” The grant in the amount of $85,000 is for the Wasatch Boulevard/Gravel Pit Master and Capacity Plan.
“I’m not a quitter. My goal when I was diagnosed was to teach the team that cancer isn’t something you are going to die from. I knew I could beat this, you just have to pick up your cross and go,” Howa said.
This year marks a celebration of how, over the years, the focus has shifted towards helping older adults take charge of their health, stay engaged in their communities and make a positive impact on the lives of others.
Two teams of local students from Olympus Junior High earned top national finishes in the Lexus Eco Challenge. One team brought home $10,000, while the other received $25,000 for their performance.
We all remember that one teacher who opened our minds to a solution to a problem we hadn’t imagined we could solve, or recognized a talent we didn’t realize we possessed.
Potential business owners and leaders are invited to participate in a series of four sessions of Business Boot Camp on Thursday nights in May at Cottonwood Heights City Hall (1265 East Fort Union Blvd.).
Call it a sign of the times. In this age of technology, it’s not a surprise that residents of Cottonwood Heights can now hear what’s going on in city meetings without leaving their couches.
Ask most any police chief in the state right now, and you’ll hear the same thing. Finding candidates to hire as police officers has become an ongoing challenge.
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Cottonwood Heights officials joined with store staff and residents to welcome a new Trader Joe’s store into the city.