A recently completed study in downtown Moab shows that parking, which residents have said is one of their top issues with the downtown area, is “ample” and that there is even an “excess supply” of it.
Scattered throughout Moab are people who dwell in homes on wheels, such as vans, box trucks, trailers, buses and even cars.
After The Times-Independent published a letter to the editor April 11 titled “Sticky fingers at Moab Post Office?” the newspaper contacted the United States Postal Service to follow up on the writer’s claim that locals can “no longer trust in the integrity of their U.S. Post Office.” The letter was written by local resident Michael Quinn.
Citing a number of concerns, the Grand County Council postponed acting on a proposed resolution endorsing the study of a shuttle system for Arches National Park at Tuesday’s meeting.
The people of Grand County love their library.
Representatives from Landmark Design, the firm under contract with Grand County and the City of Moab to create a unified land use plan, invite residents to attend a workshop to review potential ordinances and zoning options, local and national case studies and examples, and economic and market analyses for southeastern Utah.
A plan by Uintah County to connect Grand and Uintah counties by extending the Seep Ridge Road – also known as the Book Cliffs Highway – was met with a friendly but lukewarm response during a discussion Tuesday.
A Jeep struck a pedestrian on Sunday, “critically” injuring her according to first responders, during a Jeep Safari expedition on Golden Spike Trail.
The Times-Independent took top honors at the Utah Press Association’s annual convention last week in Salt Lake City. A ceremony was held at Rice-Eccles Stadium at the University of Utah.
The Grand County track and field boys team once again took first place and the Red Devils took second place overall at the Carbon Invitational on Saturday, April 13, at Carbon High School in Price.