Wasatch County

Heber, Midway and Wasatch County

Wasatch County School District

  It was a full house at a public hearing Thursday, September 17, at the Wasatch County School District offices.   Residents spoke out for and against the proposed 62 million dollar bond that will pay for a new elementary school, middle school, and community pool.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story:

Join Wasatch Valley Toastmasters on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month to overcome the fear of public speaking, and improve leadership skills. Toastmasters is a safe, supportive place to practice and improve public speaking by giving structured speeches, and receiving feedback from like-minded individuals. Visitors are always welcome. Meetings are downstairs in the Am Bank Building, 620 West 100 South in Heber. For more information, email: wasatchvalleytoastmasters@gmail.com or go to toastmasters.org.

Plans to develop the more than 3,000 acre Mayflower parcel strerching from the shores of Jordanelle Reservoir to the upper reaches of Deer Valley Resort are moving forward, with a Park City architect leading the way. Leslie Thatcher has more.

Lisa Boyle

It could be another year before the smokes clears and those responsible for starting the Wheeler Fire have to pay the $1.5 million cost to put out the 640 acre fire. While no one was injured or buildings damaged, right now, Wasatch County is footing the bill.  Renai Bodley has the story.

Ron Phillips via LInkedIn

The Jordanelle Special Service District has a new director and one less lawsuit to deal with. Leslie Thatcher has this update.

Egyptian Theatre Company

On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Wasatch County Manager Mike Davis about the JSSD and Mayflower. Summit County Manager Tom Fisher reviews Wednesday's county council meeting, Recycle Utah Director Insa Riepen provides her monthly update and Randy Barton talks about his one-man, two-act performance, Famous and Infamous, this weekend at the Egyptian Theater.

Will Heber City see any traffic relief anytime soon on Main Street?  A bypass would help reduce the number of cars and trucks in the area.  But it's still several years away.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story:

Here is a link to the Rural Planning Organization Plans from the Utah Department of Transportation website.

(Go to page 3 for the Wasatch County Regional Transportation Plan - Roads for Years 2011 - 2040)

  If you don't like the looks of that property tax bill you received at the end of July, time is running out to change it.  The deadline to file an appeal with the County Assessor's office is next Tuesday, September 15.   KPCW's Renai Bodley has more.

Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT)

Relief is on the way for pedestrians on Heber City's Main Street.  As KPCW's Renai Bodley reports, police and residents are happy to hear about UDOT's Hawk Signal.