Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah
  • Tooele County now has five county council districts. The Tooele County Commission adopted county council district plan #5 during its meeting Tuesday evening at the Tooele County Building. The change in county government approved by voters in the November 2018 election calls for a five-member council elected by geographic districts. Three of those districts will […]

  • It was 10 years ago that a jury awarded $20.7 million to Tooele Associates LLC and Perry Homes, stemming from a 1997 development agreement between Tooele City and the developers followed by a long legal fight that started in 2002.  As part of the development agreement, Tooele Associates gave the city 30 of its 2,800 […]

  • Despite the objection of one commissioner, the Tooele County Commission approved a settlement agreement with Grantsville City that ends a legal dispute over the annexation of Deseret Peak Complex and surrounding land. With a 2-1 vote, the County Commission approved the settlement agreement during its Tuesday night meeting at the Tooele County Building. The agreement […]

  • A state agency is proposing the designation of a cave above Wendover as a state monument. At the request of the state Division of Parks and Recreation, the Tooele County Commission considered a resolution supporting the designation of Danger Cave as a state monument during the commission’s Tuesday night meeting at the Tooele County Building. […]

  • A Tooele County Planning Commission approval of plans for a development in Erda has been challenged by eight Erda residents. The Tooele County Commission received an appeal of the planning commission’s approval of a planned unit development-conditional use permit for Sunset Acres. Sunset Acres is a 113-acre parcel in Erda west of Droubay Road and […]

  • The Tooele City Council unanimously approved a resolution accepting completed public improvements for the Canyon Village Rust Phase 2 subdivision during its meeting Wednesday at City Hall. The subdivision, located at 1800 N. Copper Canyon Road, contains 33 single-family residential lots ranging in size from 7,000 square feet to 7,420 square feet, said City Engineer […]

  • The director of Utah’s State and Institutional Trust Lands Administration dropped off a big check for Tooele County this week. David Ure, SITLA director, presented the Tooele County Commission with a check for $225,000 during its meeting Tuesday night at the Tooele County Building. “This is state PILT [payment in lieu of taxes] money,” Ure […]

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