In the past, Tooele County has paid to have the Commission Meeting agenda printed in the Transcript-Bulletin. With the financial situation at the county, the commissioners and the newspaper have come up with a solution. Rather than print the entire agenda, a notice will be printed that states:
“The agenda for the Tooele County Commission meeting to be held April 2, 2013 will be posted on the county website at http://www.co.tooele.ut.us/clerk.html. Click on Tooele County Commission Meetings and on the public notice website of http://www.utah.gov/pmn/index.html. Copies of the agenda may also be obtained at the County Clerk’s Office, County Health Department, Transcript-Bulletin, Tooele County Senior Center, Grantsville City Hall, Grantsville Senior Center and Wendover Senior Center.”
If you have other locations you’d like to have the agenda available, or would like to have a copy of the agenda emailed to you, please email me at email@example.com.
State law requires that the agenda be sent to the newspaper 24 hours before the meeting, but does not require that the county pay to have it published. You will be able to access the agenda the Thursday before each commission meeting at the websites listed above. Meetings are held the first and third Tuesdays of each month at 7 p.m.
With spring in the air there are many questions regarding Deseret Peak Complex. Mark McKendrick, director for the facilities department, has provided the following contact information:
Softball and baseball fields – Troy Johansen at 801-597-4652.
Soccer Fields – Casey Walker at 435-849-1138.
Fire Museum – Open Fridays and Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. or by appointment. Contact Dave Hammond at 435-830-6556.
Settlement Canyon will open the first part of April.
There is no day-use for horses, and by reservation only. Call Mark McKendrick at 435-843-4001.
The pool, Benson Gristmill and motorcross status are still undecided. They are closed for now.
For any other information please contact Mark McKendrick at the number listed above.
Thanks to those who have used “Talk to Tooele County.” We’ve had accidents reported, pot holes pointed out, suggestions for improving the county fair, 4H and elections. “Talk to Tooele County” is open to anyone who has a great idea, suggestion, or a problem to report. Just go to the county’s website at http://www.co.tooele.ut.us/clerk/risk.htm (Clerk’s Office under Risk Management). Thanks for your help!