|Paper||Ogden Valley News|
|Rights||In Copyright (InC)|
|Rights Holder||SR Communications DBA, Eden, Utah|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Ogden Valley News|
Volume XII THE Issue I OGDEN VALLEY NEWS Page 3 May 1, 2005 Letters to the Editor Attention Patio Springs Homeowners, Tax Payers, and Residents Are you excited about being outside this spring season after a long winter indoors? Are you looking forward to getting out and taking a stroll to stretch your legs or maybe to take your children and family dog out for a little exercise? wait . . . maybe you feel that you can’t do that freely! Do you feel uncomfortable or unsafe to take a simple walk during the day or evening hours in your own neighborhood because you feel threatened by all of the unleashed/unfenced dogs that approach, or even come after you, your chil7 and/or your leashed dog’ Maybe your child or your — dog has already been attacked or bitten by some of these unmanaged dogs? Maybe you are tired of the car chasing dog that has almost caused an auto accident? Are you looking forward to getting out and doing a little gardening or maybe your kid’s just want to go out and play in their own yard? Before you start that lawn mower or send the kids out to play, do you feel that you have to do a sweep for doggie land minds left on your lawn or other area’s of your property by your neighbor’s dog? Once again maybe you’re wondering why you have to shovel, shovel, shove when you don’t even have a dog, or that you know that the piles your shoveling are not your dog’s because your doggie’s poop piles are confined to your own fenced area along with your dog. Yet you never seem to see your neighbor shoveling their unfenced dog’s little poop packages off their lawn. Could this be because their dog thinks that your grass is greener so prefers doing their business in yout yard? Wouldyou like to see something done about eee “imesponsibe pet owner’s an their unmanaged dogs? can—We can stop this problem once and for all! Together we can join our efforts to get the Weber County Sheriff and Weber County Animal Services to finally do something about these careless pet owners and their leash-less dogs If you want these, and many other problems caused by unleashed, unfenced, free roaming dogs to end, then please help. If you answered yes to one or more of the above questions, then please make the effort to call and report these dogs and their owners to the Weber County Animal Services Office. Their office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in which 399-8244 can be dialed, or after hours at 629-8221. Please call to day... and every day until the problem is solved. There is a leash law and we have the right to have it enforced! Frustrated Home Owner and Tax Payer, Wendy Einarsson len Mother’s Day Sunday E Brunch Jackson Fork Inn A Traditional Country Inn 801-745-0051 7345 E. 900 S., Huntsville, UT 84317 www.jacksonforkinn.com 10% discount coupon Present this coupon & receive 10% off meals and Room accommodations. Offer expires June 30th. Not accepted with other discounts or offers. Served with fresh fruit and baking powder biscuits. *Ham, Bacon, or Sausage & Eggs *Blueberry Pancakes & Eggs *Salmon *Omelettes *Eoos Benedict *Huevos Rancheros UDOT Region One Road Report The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) advises motorists of the following state road restrictions Weber County May 2 - late Maye Intersection ee project at the intersection of S.R. 39 and 500 South in Huntsville. The intersection will oe widened to accommodate turn lanes. Motorists should expect intermittent | May 2 - late May: Project to construct a truck brake check area at the summit of Trappers Loop near the lorgar/Weber County line. The roadway shoulder will be widened on Trappers Toop 6. R. 167) northeast of 1 * One With the summer recreational season approaching, the Ogden Valley Sheriff’s precinct is preparing for the increased traffic in the Valley and Ogden Canyon. Ogden Canyon is the main access road into the Valley for tourists as well as residents. State Road 39 in Ogden Canyon was designed many years ago to handle much less traffic than it has today. Some of the following information may be helpful when traveling through the canyon. eed limit in Ogden Canyon is 40 mph from the Thiokol center on the east to the Ogden city limits west of the waterfall. There are small yellow 30 mph speed signs that caution drivers to slow down because of sharp curves or winding road. These signs are recommended speed signs for drivers and not enforced by Law Enforcement Officers. Traffic citations can an issued by Sheriffs ast for conditions on pees even if the driver is under the postspeed limit but can not oe their car ie to hazardous road conditi From October 1, 2004 to oh 31, 2005, ee IS HERE! Are you ready to list your property? Dan Mortensen Offering flexible solutions to meet your real estate needs. Call me direct to discuss your personal options. We specialize in table service. Reservations are always greatly appreciated) Mother’s Brunch Served from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dinner 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. $10.95 Call for reservations. The Red Moose Lodge Hotel & Day Spa LODGE Sgt. Ryon M. Hadley, Ogden Valley Precinct Weber County Sheriffs Office SPRING wil. www.DanMortensen.com MOTHER’S DAY PACKAGES All packages include accommodations at The Red Moose Lodge Hotel & Spa, Hot Stone Massage Enjoy a soothing 60 minute Hot Stone Massage 134 Mountain Glow Scrub Choose Sea Salts or Sugar for your body scrub followed by light moisturizers. “144 The Wolf MEXICAN 134 The Red Moose Liodge Hotel & Day Spa (801) 745-6667 www. TheRedMooseLodge.com RESTAURANT! Creek Living Room would like to introduce Baja Thursday Every Thursday offering authentic Mexican cuisine ® 10 different margaritas ® anice selection of Mexican beers e our very own "Rusty Cactus" The Living Room opens at 5 pm and will not be serving the regular menu on Thursdays. Reservations are abvays a good idea. 3900 N. Wolf Creek Dr. 801-745-3737 JOIN US FOR MOTHER’S DAY BRUNCH Serving 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Reservations Required Join us for Mother’s Day Brunch Sunday May 8, 2005 in Earl’s Lodge at Snowbasin - A Sun Valley Resort. With more than 40 delightful brunch choices, Snowbasin’s Mother’s Day Brunch will have a wide appeal for all members of your group or family. $35.00 Adults $27.50 Seniors $15.50 Child 5-10 134 Deep Tissue Massage Sooth sore muscles with a deep tissue massage. ines aeeek? Exit RealtyWASATCH Enjoy the sound of Tracy Hales at the piano, beautiful surroundings and views while you savor your dining experience. Aromatherapy Massage Using your favorite aromatherapy. 801-791-4849 You Know What This Valley Needs? A GREAT Come see us. 392-6775 Weber County Sheriffs Deputies handled 37 traffic accidents in Ogden Canyon. The three main causes of the accidents were speeding, following too close, and failing to maintain control of the vehicle due to road SS or distractions. A total of 82 traffic citations were issued during this same time period ranging from equipment violation to hazardous moving violations. No fatal accidents ee in the saya editing this six month su Weber County Sheriffs Deputies will increase traffic enforcement in the canyon during the next several months in an effort to slow traffic down and prevent accidents. Please remember to slow down, do not follow too close behind the vehicle in front of you, don’t be distracted by using cell phones or eating while driving, and always remember to uckle-up Let’s keep our summer safe and accident free in Ogden Valley ealtor Day Special! *SRESTAURANT 5S miles up beautiful Ogden Canyon or emergency situations. WL ~ Most Accidents in Ogden Canyon Due to Speeding, Tailgating, Weather Conditions, and Distracted Drivers Prices range from $7.50 to $11.15 per plate , Make 508 Ogden Canyon,Ogden, UT lane in each direction for the duration of the project. Morgan Cou May 2 - Fall 2005: Roadway rehabilitation project to resume on I-84 between Mountain Green and Morgan. I-84 traffic will be shifted to the eastbound lanes and restricted to one lane in each direction through Fall 2005. The project includes rotomilling and resurfacingaprrennaely 10 miles of I-84 and replacement of concrete barrier. einen: ee work was completed in 2008 in the eastbound lan UDOT advises motorists to reduce en and use caution when driving through work zones. Cc inclement weather conditions, equipment problems Children 4 & under FREE snowbasin A SUN VALLEY RESORT A Special Tea Party to Celebrate Mothers & Daughters will be Held Saturday , May 7th in Earl’s Lodge from 2 Selections of classical, con tempo & Specialty Teas. Sweet & Savory Pastries will be on hand. Call (801) 620-1000 for more information.