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Taylorsville UPD Chief Tracy Wyant recognized several law enforcement officers at City Council meeting tonight for their good work. They include Officer Chris Rieck and Sgt. Rich Wilson, who were honored with the Chief's Award. Officer Rieck, a Traffic Investigator, was recognized for his professionalism, attention to detail and service provided to residents. Sgt. Wilson works Graveyard Patrol and was recognized for his steadfast efforts and leadership.
Also honored were Officer Athena Walser as May's Officer of the Month for operating with "true compassion," and Officer Jared Cardon as June's Officer of the Month. Cardon navigated a difficult traffic situation with calm professionalism, Chief Wyant said. Thank you Unified Police Department Taylorsville Precinct for all you do!
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The Wasatch Front Regional Council wants to hear from you about what transportation projects to fund over the next six years. Among them is the Midvalley Connector bus-rapid transit (BRT) line that will run though Taylorsville and link Frontrunner and the Green, Red and Blue TRAX lines. Riders will be able to access 15 stations and 1.4 miles of dedicated transit lanes on 4500/4700 South, as well as a new transit hub at Salt Lake Community College.
The comment period runs through Aug. 3 and residents can weigh in here:
The Salt Lake Tribune has more information: https://www.sltrib.com/news/politics/2019/07/02/nows-time-comment-how/
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