Local

Summit's first phase of property owners exude talent, vision and energy

EDEN — For Rameet Chawla, the decision to buy into Summit’s first phase of development on Powder Mountain was motivated more by synergy than real estate.


Government

Stakeholders brainstorm ways to strengthen College Town bonds

OGDEN — Sometimes, longtime married partners need to renew their vows and refresh their commitment to each other.


Business

Liquor flow widens in the Ogden Valley

EDEN — Thanks to Summit, the upper Ogden Valley will no longer be dry. Alcohol-wise, that is.


Government

Top pick of five final prison sites expected by August

SALT LAKE CITY — A tour of five potential sites for a new state prison indicated a host of pros and cons that still need be weighed before state lawmakers make their final pick, possibly in a special legislative session this August.


Government

Wolf Creek files eminent domain action against Summit

EDEN — The Wolf Creek Water & Sewer Improvement District has launched eminent domain proceedings against Summit in an effort to gain control of the land on which the district’s sewer treatment plant, lagoons and irrigation pond sit.


Police

Layton man charged in $14M fraud case

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Attorney General’s Office has filed several second degree felony charges against a Layton man for allegedly defrauding several investors of $14 million between 2010-2012.


Government

Ogden City Council OKs artificial turf for landscaping

OGDEN — The Ogden City Council voted 6-0 Tuesday to allow artificial turf as a ground cover option on private property.


Government

Marriott-Slaterville poised to land large retail venture

MARRIOTT-SLATERVILLE — About 43 acres of vacant land in this small Weber County city is now poised to develop into a commercial center that could yield significant tax revenues in the future.


Government

Eden water users challenge Summit with 'signs of frustration'

EDEN — Several signs and bumper stickers have cropped up around town, proclaiming that “SUMMIT SUCKS WATER.”


Government

Funding approved for safety improvements along 4400 South

RIVERDALE — While portions of 4400 South have comfortable bike lanes and sidewalks, the roadway under Interstate 84 and over Interstate 15 narrows to two lanes without shoulders.


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