CHRISTMAS CARD CONTEST
Plymouth Elementary fifth-grader Joselyn Padilla’s colorful drawing shows the mountains decorated in holiday lights and Santa’s footprints from his sleigh pulled by Rudolf to a house where he goes headfirst down the chimney. It was selected from among 110 pictures as the winner of the Taylorsville police precinct’s Christmas card contest. The art contest is held each year by the Taylorsville precinct for fifth-graders. Joselyn attended December’s City Council meeting with her family and friend Dixie, one of 12 children who received honorable mention honors, and their teacher, Ms. Alexis Van Etten (pictured here with UPD Det. Scott Lloyd).
The youth are gathering scarves, socks, gloves, hats and candy for seniors at the Golden Living Center. Drop boxes are located at City Hall, the Taylorsville Library and the office at Taylorsville High School.
The City Council and Mayor will be available every 5th Wednesday to talk one-on-one about any issue. Come meet with your Council Member or talk with the Mayor — on Wednesday, Jan. 20 at 6 p.m. at City Hall. They want to hear from you!
Your input is needed! The 30-day public comment period for the Midvalley Connector Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project is open. Residents can comment on the proposal's Draft Environmental Study Report through Dec. 28. Comments may be submitted via email to email@example.com, or by calling 801-355-1112. Written comments should be sent to: Midvalley Connector BRT Project, c/o Jacobs, 155 North 400 West, Suite 550, Salt Lake City, UT 84108, and must be postmarked by midnight, Dec. 28, 2018, to be considered as part of the official public comment period.
Visit www.midvalleyconnector.com for details.