When it comes to decisions that affect the Central Wasatch Mountains, Mayor Kelvyn Cullimore Jr. said Cottonwood Heights is “ground zero.”
“The boys really wanted a project where they felt they could impact real change,” said Joel Thompson, a merit badge counselor.
The city purchased the properties earlier this year from homeowners with proceeds from a $14.5 million bond.
1635 East Murray-Holladay Road
To celebrate the landmark birthday, library officials hosted a community celebration, complete with a magic show, cake and balloons.
There’s lots of great family fun planned in the communities of Holladay and Cottonwood Heights.
Students at Brighton High School are catching the true spirit of the season as they partner with Cottonwood Heights City employees in their annual Sub for Santa event.
Last December, Cottonwood Heights residents were left stranded and frustrated after snow removal efforts failed to clear the roads in a timely manner.
‘“Can you tell me why the outcast cries?’ My best friend’s daughter asked me once as we were walking in the Scottish Highlands, her auburn hair dancing with her every move. Her father, tall and muscular, walked beside us. His hair was golden, and short.”
“The Festival of Trees is part of our community service for our regional STAR competition in February,” White said. “This is our fourth time doing this, we’ve done it as long as I’ve been a teacher here and I’ve been here for four or five years.”