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Council votes 4-1 to approve Kaysville subdivision with road issues

Ruth Malan, Standard-Examiner correspondent
Mar 21 2014 - 5:55pm

KAYSVILLE -- Mayor Steve Hiatt surprised participants during a discussion when he presented a different proposal for the Saddlebrook subdivision at 2260 W. 200 North. And after a lengthy discussion, that new suggestion for the subdivision was approved, but only with some important conditions. There were several residents from the west side at...

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$9 million road project planned by Pleasant View

Standard-Examiner correspondent, Terrie L. Stephenson
Mar 19 2014 - 6:29pm

PLEASANT VIEW -- The city is looking to the future as officials begin planning for Skyline Drive to link up with area communities.The city eventually plans to route the heavy gravel trucks out of the city on this road, but Skyline Drive, also known as 4300 North, will be much more than just a road for the gravel trucks.

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Citizens group bolsters Farmington's fight against West Davis Corridor route

Bryon Saxton, Standard-Examiner staff
Mar 19 2014 - 5:08pm

FARMINGTON -- A Farmington citizens group is applauding city leaders for the stand they have taken on the proposed $587 million West Davis Corridor project.City Manager Dave Millheim said Wednesday the group, known as Save Farmington, was planning to present a letter of gratitude to the mayor and city council for the strong position they have...

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Pleasant View limits dangers of heavy gravel trucks

Standard-Examiner correspondent, Terrie L. Stephenson
Mar 13 2014 - 10:16am

PLEASANT VIEW -- The authorized route for heavy gravel trucks has been approved by the city council, but only after a period of consternation among some officials and residents.The council this week voted unanimously to route the trucks down 500 West, over on Elberta Drive and out of the city via 600 West, also known as Shady Lane.

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Municipal budgets in deep over potholes

Bloomberg News, Mark Niquette
Feb 24 2014 - 9:22am

Rieth-Riley Construction typically closes its Indianapolis asphalt plants from December through March. Not this year. Too many potholes to fill.Officials asked Rieth-Riley to fire up a plant six weeks early to help fill what the city said is a record number of craters, a moonscape replicated nationwide amid a brutal winter. Cities including New...

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Davis commission joins chorus for $31M Layton road project

Bryon Saxton, Standard-Examiner staff
Feb 18 2014 - 3:35pm

FARMINGTON -- The freeway interchange at Hill Field Road in Layton is the most congested road junction in Davis County, and as a result county officials fear that traffic congestion may be preventing some potential visitors from shopping at a neighboring commercial district.That is why on Tuesday the Davis County Commission through a letter joined...

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Ogden Canyon reopens after barrier damage repaired

Cimaron Neugebauer, Standard-Examiner staff
Feb 18 2014 - 1:30pm

OGDEN -- Ogden Canyon was closed to traffic for a few hours Tuesday after some concrete barriers were pushed into the Ogden River by a suspected passing semi-trailer, a Utah Department of Transportation spokesman said.Crews blocked State Road 39 from 11 a.m. until just after 1 p.m., near the entrance of Ogden Canyon from the west side and on the...

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Utah drivers loathe roundabouts, but they're here to stay

JaNae Francis, Standard-Examiner staff
Dec 29 2013 - 2:46pm

Area residents report either loving them or hating them.Love or hate, however, one thing is for certain: Roundabouts are here to stay.According to the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration, roundabouts are a safer alternative to signaled intersections. The administration's informational releases encourage roundabout...

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High winds cause havoc in Davis, Weber counties

A worker looks at a crushed car with the stump of the tree that fell on it and a broken light pole in the background in Ogden after a wind storm caused damage throughout Northern Utah Thursday December 1, 2011.(Robert Johnson/Standard-Examiner)

Charles F. Trentelman, Loretta Park, Mitch Shaw
Dec 1 2011 - 9:04am

Winds as high as 102 mph caused power outages, semi-trucks to roll over and schools to close in Davis and Weber counties Thursday morning.

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Monte Cristo Highway opens, 30 days later than normal

(NICK SHORT/Standard-Examiner) Merv and Ruthann Lambright ride past a snowdrift that was cut along State Road 39 near Monte Cristo on Wednesday.

Mitch Shaw
Jun 22 2011 - 10:20pm

HUNTSVILLE -- After one of the longest winter closures in recent history, the Monte Cristo Highway is finally open to motorists.State Road 39, also known as the Monte Cristo Highway from Mile Marker 37 near Ant Flat Road east of Huntsville to Mile Marker 56 west of Woodruff, is open to all traffic today for the first time all year.Vic Saunders,...

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Landslide cleanup underway near Pineview; road closed

Jessica Miller
May 20 2011 - 8:05am

HUNTSVILLE -- A significant landslide on State Road 39 was unable to be cleared overnight because the land is still unsettled, officials say. "There's still stuff coming down gradually," Weber County Sheriff's Lt. Phillip Howell said. "It's not traumatic or anything, but UDOT wasn't able to clean it up because it is still settling."

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High winds cause havoc in Davis, Weber counties

A worker looks at a crushed car with the stump of the tree that fell on it and a broken light pole in the background in Ogden after a wind storm caused damage throughout Northern Utah Thursday December 1, 2011.(Robert Johnson/Standard-Examiner)

Charles F. Trentelman, Loretta Park, Mitch Shaw
Dec 1 2011 - 9:04am

Winds as high as 102 mph caused power outages, semi-trucks to roll over and schools to close in Davis and Weber counties Thursday morning.

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Monte Cristo Highway opens, 30 days later than normal

(NICK SHORT/Standard-Examiner) Merv and Ruthann Lambright ride past a snowdrift that was cut along State Road 39 near Monte Cristo on Wednesday.

Mitch Shaw
Jun 22 2011 - 10:20pm

HUNTSVILLE -- After one of the longest winter closures in recent history, the Monte Cristo Highway is finally open to motorists.State Road 39, also known as the Monte Cristo Highway from Mile Marker 37 near Ant Flat Road east of Huntsville to Mile Marker 56 west of Woodruff, is open to all traffic today for the first time all year.Vic Saunders,...

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Landslide cleanup underway near Pineview; road closed

Jessica Miller
May 20 2011 - 8:05am

HUNTSVILLE -- A significant landslide on State Road 39 was unable to be cleared overnight because the land is still unsettled, officials say. "There's still stuff coming down gradually," Weber County Sheriff's Lt. Phillip Howell said. "It's not traumatic or anything, but UDOT wasn't able to clean it up because it is still settling."

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