“Sergeant Johnson came to me as a new sergeant in the Riverton precinct and immediately embraced our concept of community,” Norton said.
“With the dry winter we had, we all need to do our part to conserve,” said Gov. Herbert. “We need to be in conservation mode, but not crisis mode. We can do a great deal to help our situation by implementing conservation strategies during the spring and summer months.”
The results of the study came as no surprise to Mayor Bill Applegarth. “There’s no question in my mind that Riverton’s a great place to live,” he said. “It is very family-oriented.”
“When you see all the hazards in the city and in the county, radon is right up there,” Wayman said. “It’s a major one. One third of all houses in Utah have dangerous levels. That means really we should do something about it.”
“We had a victim who sent $10,000 to the Nigerian prince [a well-known scam],” Rosen said. “I wanted to let my friends know that you don’t send money. No check transfers, no wiring money. There is no Nigerian prince. No one is stranded on an island.”
“When I met with Voices of Utah Children, a leading child advocacy organization, about what issues were facing Utah children from birth to age five, without missing a beat they said ‘poverty,’” says producer Sally Shaum. “When they told me the numbers, I knew this had to be a focus of my documentary.”
I’m happy to report that the just-concluded session of the Utah legislature had what I believe are some big “wins” for the residents of Salt Lake County, as well as what I see as one major “loss”.
Riverton, Bluffdale and Herriman City Council Reports
Mobile neighborhood watch groups are different from traditional neighborhood watch groups in that mobile groups take a more active role in pursuing potential perpetrators.
If you are a Bluffdale resident and you have something you want the Mayor to know, there’s an easy way to talk to him in person.