One of our most closely held rights is that of the right to vote. It's also a duty of citizenship. Unfortunately, far too many citizens don't seem to realize that elections occur more often than every four years. In elections where the office of President of the United States is not in the ballot, turn out is often low. In odd-numbered years and “mid term” elections, it’s often much worse. This is troubling to me not only as an elected official sworn to uphold the constitution, but as a citizen as well. Read more...
Cottonwood Heights' own CeCe, a "mini golden doodle" dog took second place in Salt Lake County's "Canine Mayor" race. She will serve a two-year term as deputy canine mayor after finishing behind "Texas," an 8-year-old boxer.
The Mountain Accord is asking citizens to look at their IDEAL systems and respond to a short questionnaire. Please visit between now and October 16 to share your feedback. The commentary period has been extended through Nov. 20.
Residents can now pick up leaf bags at no additional charge (1 bundle of 10 per household) at the Cottonwood Heights City Hall, Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center, Wasatch Fire Station or the Whitmore Library.