The Utah Division of Archives and Records Service, in cooperation with the Utah State Historical Records Advisory Board, has grant funding available to nonprofit cultural heritage organizations and local governments for historical records preservation projects.
One of the more important public meetings of the year takes place at 1 p.m. Saturday, July 20, when the Utah Legislature’s Revenue Restructure Task Force comes to the Grand Center for a town hall meeting at 1 p.m.
In a letter sent to Moab City and Grand County officials, State Rep. Carl Albrecht, R-Richfield, expressed concern with proposed ordinances that would remove lodging as a protected use in and around Moab, which is part of District 70.
The San Juan County Sheriff’s Office said in a Facebook post Tuesday, July 9, that a break in a Frontier fiber line had interrupted landline phone service in the area and some wireless providers, including emergency calls, were temporarily rerouted to Grand County.
The Utah Division of Public Utilities is investigating Frontier Communications of Utah following formal complaints of poor quality of service in Castle Valley, where it holds a state certificate granting it a monopoly for landline services in the area.
State officials have opened an investigation into lengthy phone outages that plagued the greater Castle Valley area earlier this year.
Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox was in Moab Tuesday to meet with local Republican leaders and visit the Sand Flats Recreation Area before he drove to Castle Valley – all part of his quest to visit 248 Utah cities and towns as he campaigns to become the state’s chief executive.
A Utah legislative task force studying ways to modernize and restructure tax revenue will be in Moab July 20 for a town hall meeting. The visit is part of a statewide listening tour that includes stops throughout Utah this summer.
The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources K9 program has been revitalized with the introduction of two newly trained dogs – and they are ready for action, according to spokeswoman Faith Jolley.
Gubernatorial candidate and current Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox will be at the Moab Grill at 8 a.m. Tuesday, June 24, as part of his tour of every town and city in Utah.
The Utah Foundation June 7 released a report called Building a Better Beehive: Land Use Decision Making, Fiscal Sustainability and Quality of Life in Utah. The report from the government watchdog explores the fiscal challenges that accompany growth, both in the short term and in the long term.