|Paper||Provo Daily Herald|
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|Rights Holder||Herald Communications, Provo, Utah|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Provo Daily Herald|
1. Thursday, Jury DAILY HERALD 2004 i nh a VALLEY DAILY DIGEST Road to remain closed through Juty at BYU Young University will dose the side of the Marriott Brigham the westcenter and the Helaman the Halls complex in ord&r to extend underground water lines. The road, 450 East, will close Tuesday so construction crews can extend two water lines from the Marriott Center to Jean Fossum May HalL The road will remain closed until July 31. Alternate routes into campus include 900 East and 150 East (Canyon Road). John Cowan, BYU construction project coordinator, said officials made every effort to accomplish the construction during the slowest time of the year. "We realize it will be an inconvenience, and we re will do our best to accommodate the public," he said. Access to the Marriott Center is available from the north on University Parkway. The Marriott Center ramp will also be available if needed. ' The road immediately east of the Marriott Center is also closed due to other construction projects. The road closure will affect UTA bus route 832. The route will be detoured onto 150 East between Campus Drive and University Parkway. For questions regarding the changed bus route, call UTA Customer Service at (801) Clark Mechanical will perform the work under the supervision of Interwest Construction, the primary contractor on the May Hall renovation , project. 227-892- TiTT ATUT PLEASANT GROVE American Fork Citizen Lone Peak Press The Springville Herald Barbara Christiansen 489-565- 1 756-766- 9 Springville, Mapleton American Fork, Highland, Alpine or Cedar Hilts Lehi Free Press I The city will be holding a fireworks show on Monday to celebrate Independence Day. The fireworks will start at dark, or around p.m., and can be seen from the soccer fields near the Pleasant Grove High School at about 500 South and Locust Avenue. Get the full story and other news of local interest in your community newspaper, Landon Olson PROVO 756-766-9 Spanish Fork Press Lehi, Cedar Valley, Saratoga Springs, Pleasant Grove or Lindon 798-191- 1 The Dairy Herald Steve Hardman I Provo resident Noel Orr will be joining 350 other high school students from across the country in a National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine in San Francisco, Calif, in July. forum," Throughout the students like Orr will be presented with a fictional patient's history and must diagnose and develop a treatment plan. Students will also be educated in concepts of public health, such as medical ethics, research and general practice. The forum is supposed to help give prospective health care students a look at medi- I Alan Keyes will headline a "One Nation Under God Rally" on Monday at the McKay Events Center in Orem. The part of a daylong Family Freedom Fair celebrating America's religious heritage. The fair which begins at will feature booths, acnoon tivities, products and entertainment for families. There will be workshops for all ages, a musical Abraham Lincoln presentation, puppet shows, a Liberty Bowl challenge for teenagers, at- d and other tractions. The Osmonds Second Generation will kick off the patriotic rally, which begins at 6 p.m. The rally will include a video tribute to President Ronald Reagan followed by address by Keyes in defense marriage, religious freedom, constitutional principles. All events are free and open to the public. For more information, see www.utahrally.com. I With fire danger at the treme level, Cedar Fort town officials have decided to ban fireworks in the undeveloped areas of Cedar Fort. The fields and brush lands are strictly off limits for fireworks this year, according to Cedar Fort Fire Chief Mike Penovich. Those areas will be patrolled, fireworks in those areas will be confiscated, and fines will be assessed for violations," Penovich said. traditional free swim day for its Roundup Celebration, deciding instead to charge a dollar in an effort to bring pool attendance down to safer numbers. It was a failed attempt at crowd control Instead, more attended with nearly 3,000 sharing the communal pool on June 22. An average day at the Lehi Swimming Pool usually brings in approximately 500 swimmers. CEDAR HILLS UND0N ral-ly.- is 4 . frontdeskcedarhills.org. I Brook Blackhurst received preliminary approval for a subdivision on 200 S. 500 West from Lindon's Planning Commission June 23. The subdivision will have two lots and a remainder parcel which will be combined with other land to make a third lot. There is also room for a street. Because of the size, and because utilities are stubbed in and curb gutter and sidewalk present, Blackhurst didn't have to record a plat. non-platt- The newsletter is also available on the city Web site in PDF format at httpyAvww.cedarhills.orgnewsl etterindex.shtmL (an EAGLE MOUNTAIN ALPINE I A city ordinance has been passed in Eagle Mountain requesting that water users with addresses water only on the odd days of the month, and water users with addresses water only on even days of the month. Violations of this ordinance may result in a fine or, in cases of repeat offenders, the revocation of water rights. Eagle Mountain City currently has one of the lowest water use per capita ratios in Utah, and the city would like to maintain that. I Alpine City Council approved a boundary adjustment June 22 for the southern section of the Alpine Commons subdivision at the west end of Allegheny Drive and the west side of Southe Pointe subdivision. The southern tip of this section was in Highland but will now be legally in Alpine. 756-116- OREM Celebration! ... I The city discussed s$wwwsi IP Canon establish- - ing a street lighting Special Improvement District for the Saratoga Springs Development at the May 25 City Council meeting. There will be public hearings Wednesday at 6 p.m., July 8 at 9 am and July 9 at 1 1 am in the city office located at 2015 S. Redwood Road. PowerShot A7S Digital Camera 3x opt. zoom; larger, higher resolution 1.8" LCD monitor loci. 32MB CompactFlash card and Canon USA Limited Wnmntv SPANISH FORK toga Prlet S?dQ9 Imtml Rebtlt RIU HIGHLAND I The developer of the Ridge-woo- d subdivision asked the Highland Planning Commission on June 22 for final approval but asked if the road connecting to the land to the west could be rerouted to another location. The commissioners were adamant the road be built as approved. "The road was part of your preliminary approval. If we change it now you would have to start all over on the process," said chair Steve Draper. $0 COO Coups City Council members voted 80 acres adjacent to 900 South Del Monte Road, then approved 1 a preliminary plat for the River Cove development. The development will consist of 205 custom homes; some of which will have yards bordering the Spanish Fork River. Leland residents expressed disappointment with the decisions, especially since the city will be going ahead with a proposed "Y" connection to 900 South in Leland. Residents believe the connection will increase traffic on 900 South and affect the safety and quality of life in their area. V 4-- -- tlantl Provo Towne Center 852-350- HtliaiElYlS 1 Notnsponstolelort vpograpAKtmn Prion subnet to University Mall 802-044- 1 I ft . begin their summer concert season on Sunday at 8 p.m. in Memorial Park, located on South Main Street and 300 South The concerts will be conducted every Sunday evening until Labor Day and on Labor ilj r 1 1 1 ' m ul- b . If." lr: FREE bottle of Epoch I .0 The Nu Skin Enterprises Provo Retail Store: 104 West Center in Provo pm, Regular store hours: 10:00 am-6:- 00 Monday-Saturd- ay Open 9:00 HO No purchase necessary ' Call today to place your ad! 0 an $11 value! J u Epoch IceDancer and Dauoons 373-645- IceDancer r ' - o M one per customer ill! IteiP? The Payson City Band will pm on July 3 While supplies last t NU SKIN ' "Private party. Restrictions apply. am-3:-00 I ; This offer good only Rub in instant relief with this soothing gel formulated with wild mint, horse chestnut, eucalyptus, and peppermint oil. 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It will be held in the American Fork Public Library, 64 S. 100 East, and will be open July 8 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; July 9 frm 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; and July 10 from noon to 4 p.m. Registration for the show is Tuesday from 4 to 7 p.m. at the east entrance of the library. Artwork will be accepted in eight categories: oil acrylics, water media, mixed media, drawing (black and white or color), photography (black and white or color), digital art, and sculpturewoodcarving. For information call Provo, countywide 3-- 1 I The city newsletter is now To be available via list, send an placed on the including name, phone address to number and Hill 344-254- 8 10-d- I Despite some reservations, family-centere- t I I Justin Spanish Fork, Salem, Payson. Elk Ridge. Woodland Hills, Genoia. Santaquin , SARATOGA SPRINGS Lehi City had canceled the Cathy Allred Orefn, vineyard cine. ex- Undon Review Pleasant Grove Review Pony Express 225-134- 0 LEHI CEDAR FORT Pat Conover Orem Geneva Times -the-scenes COUNTYWIDE nOIlE ... Day at noon. The concerts are free and last about an hour. Bring a chair, blanket or use an available bench located in the park.