The Riverside Neighborhood is thrilled with the "miracle" that recently happened in their area. Undergrowth along one of the streets was a safety concern for pedestrians, drivers, and cyclists. Fortunately, the brush, overgrowth, undergrowth, trash, debris, dead foliage, etc. have now been cleared away.
Thursday, September 25, 2014
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
In the Work Session
The Council heard an update from the Provo-Orem Bus Rapid Transit project team. Design work is nearly done and it is anticipated that the project will be done by early 2017. The City's forester is currently doing an inventory of the trees impacted by the project to see what can be moved or saved.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Saturday, September 13, 2014
The Council Governance Committee is hosting a policy discussion lunch on Monday, September 15, at Los Hermanos (71 E. Center St.) from noon to 1:00 PM. Gary Garrett and Dave Sewell will be joined by Mayor Curtis for a discussion about the proposed committee recommendation concerning independent legal representation for the Council. As time permits, other policy issues or items from Tuesday’s Council meeting may be discussed.
Council Member Dave Sewell summed up his thoughts on the recommendation in his recent blog post:
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
To show appreciation for the chairs and vice chairs of Provo's Neighborhood Program, the City Council held a dinner for these key volunteers and their families last night. The Peaks Ice Arena hosted the event and provided ice skating for all involved. Peaks recently underwent renovations and is now open with a full schedule of classes, events, and open skate times. (If you're new to ice skating, check out their new devices that resemble walkers and allow you some extra support as you make your way around the ice.)