Summit County

A company owned by Main Street businessman Ken Abdalla has paid off a back-tax liability of over $419,000 on six high-end properties located on lower Main and Heber Avenue. Rick Brough has more:

The Kimball Arts Center is hosting local student's artwork from now to May 27th. David Boyle has more:

Summit County

About two weeks ago, the Summit County Council finally approved some major revisions of the East County Code, along with a zoning district map.

A formal protest period followed and on Wednesday, the council reviewed the concerns from about 15 individual landowners. Council member Roger Armstrong made the motion not to reconsider code changes for any of the protests. Rick Brough has more:

Summit Land Conservancy is often focused on preserving specific pieces of property. Cheryl Fox, the director of the organization, says they also has a broader more general mission; that is to preserve the Weber River watershed. Rick Brough has more:

Summit Land Conservancy is presenting a conversation breakfast next week, with a well-known Utah writer and environmentalist as the keynote speaker. Rick Brough has more:

Summit County

The Summit County Council on Wednesday voted that six high-end Main Street properties, facing back taxes, should go on to a liquidation sale in mid-May. The council turned down a request from businessman Ken Abdalla to waive some of the costs or to stretch out the payment of the liability. Rick Brough has more:

Summit County

As Part of Summit County's strategic planning, officials have been meeting with their own department heads and staff. That has led to some interesting comments. Rick Brough has more:

Summit County

The Summit County Council will receive an update on how they're proceeding on major goals of their strategic plan. The plan looks at items that range from transit to mental health. Rick Brough has more:

Summit County

The Summit County Council has a busy agenda on May 2nd, including a couple of items dealing with the east side of the county. Rick Brough has more:

Summit County

Summit County scheduled a tax sale in mid-May for six commercial properties owned by businessman Ken Abdalla.

As part of their Wednesday agenda, the county council will consider if they can agree on a tax repayment plan with Abdalla's company, Argentum Sky. Rick Brough has more:

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