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Airport reconstruction project on schedule for 2020

Salt Lake City will soon have a new airport.

Taylorsville-based Utah Down Syndrome Foundation earns $2,500 SelectHealth grant

The Taylorsville-based Utah Down Syndrome Foundation has received a $2,500 SelectHealth grant, for the second time in three years.

Taylorsville attorney plays key role in happy ending of an international incident

As Josh and Thamy Holt continue to adjust to life in Utah — following their release from a Venezuelan prison — they remain grateful to, and close friends with, the Taylorsville attorney who helped make their rediscovered freedom possible.

Murray High student takes aim at vaping, wins Taylorsville City Council support

A high school senior – and Taylorsville Youth Council Mayor – recently led the charge to strengthen the city’s smoking ordinance.

Taylorsville women learn ins and outs of government from an ‘insider’

Salt Lake County Council Chairwoman Aimee Winder Newton is pleased with a national trend toward more females running for office and is actively working to aid the cause.

City council bids fond farewell to retiring Unified Police Chief

Taylorsville Police Chief Tracy Wyant honors his longtime friend and colleague before the Taylorsville City Council.

County sales tax increase to fund transportation

Senate Bill 136 was passed this March, allowing counties to impose a quarter-cent sales tax for transportation funding. Salt Lake County passed an ordinance stating that if a collective of cities and townships making up 67 percent% of the county’s population show support for the tax, it will be imposed this summer.

Youth Council mayor takes aim at vaping and wins city council support

A high school senior — and Taylorsville Youth Council mayor — recently led the charge to strengthen the city’s smoking ordinance.

Nearly 90 upscale townhouses to be built in a new Taylorsville project

Taylorsville City Council approves zoning change to accommodate construction of nearly 90 new townhouses.

Sen. Mayne hears teachers’ pleas, gains another $300,000 to combat gang activity

Democratic State Sen. Karen Mayne — who represents a portion of Taylorsville City residents — has secured an additional $300,000 in funding to combat growing gang activity.

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