Friday, October 30, 2009

Costume Preference Predicts Next Mayor of Eagle Mtn.?

"Which Eagle Mountain mayoral candidate would you rather be for Halloween: incumbent Heather Jackson or challenger Regan Bolli?

Tom Groark, president of the Utah Media Group, believes the answer to that question will accurately predict the city's next mayor."-Deseret News

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Thursday, October 29, 2009

2009 Eagle Mtn. Campaign Financial Disclosure Information

See where the candidates in Eagle Mountain, Utah are getting the money to fund their campaigns.

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Eagle Mtn. City Council Candidate Talks Campaign Funds

"Unlike the other candidates I have received contributions from businesses, family and friends both in and out of Eagle Mountain. Dave Lifferth's entire campaign is being funded by developers, Dave contributed "zero, zip, zilch, nada" to his own campaign. Nate Ochsenhirt only contributed $78.74 to his campaign."

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Thursday, October 22, 2009

EM Candidates Discuss Transportation and Development

"Candidates for Eagle Mountain mayor and City Council had the opportunity to explain their positions at a Meet the Candidates night on Wednesday. They answered questions about economic development, transportation and other issues in Eagle Mountain."-Daily Herald

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Friday, October 2, 2009

Eagle Mtn. Man Tasered, Arrested at Nolan Park

"Aaron Terry Morley, 36, got into an altercation at home with his family, then went to nearby Nolan Park, where a Utah County sheriff's deputy Tasered and arrested him after a struggle, according to a police affidavit filed in 4th District Court.

The officer had responded just after midnight to a report of domestic violence. He was told that Morley threw his daughter, who is seven months pregnant, off a bed and hit her in the side three times, court documents state."-Deseret News

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Thursday, October 1, 2009

Eagle Mtn. to Get More Transportation Relief

"With construction slated to begin in December and finish in fall 2011, the $130 million project is actually part of the Mountain View Corridor, a new road in western Salt Lake and Utah counties that planners envision as a freeway. Some day, provided enough money and need, planners hope it will span from I-80 to the Lehi Main Street exit, said Dave Smith, UDOT spokesman." -Deseret News

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Eagle Mtn. Library Forgiving Fines

Eagle Mountain City Library will forgive fines for items that are returned late in October and will waive up to $15 of already incurred fines in exchange for donations to the Community Action Services Food Bank. Each donation will take off 50 cents of previously incurred fines.