City Council Corner

Youth City Council Day With the Legislature

By Councilmember Scott Bracken

As many of you know, the city sponsors a Youth City Council (YCC) comprised of High School students in Cottonwood Heights. On January 28, the YCC participated in a "Day with the Legislature," sponsored by the Utah League of Cities and Towns. We met at City Hall early that morning and carpooled to the Capitol. Only one of the students looked like they’d only been up for five minutes.
 

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Mayor Cullimore, Councilman Tee Tyler and Councilman Scott Bracken were on hand for the ribbon cutting of Utah’s newest Dollar Tree store in early February.


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UPDATE: Mountain Accord Comment Period Extended

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Traffic Calming Considered On Greenfield Way, La Cresta Dr.

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CHPD Expanding Community Policing Program

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Changes Coming to Whitmore Library

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A New Look For Ft. Union?

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The City Celebrates 10 Years

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