Hot Utah summers hold particular risks for pets along with all the good times. Just as humans have to adjust to living and exercising at elevation, pets also need care and caution exercised on their behalf to keep them safe in summer heat.
A ruling expected Monday morning in Fourth District Court on Hideout Town’s annexation into Summit County has been delayed for a day.
Judge Jennifer Brown called in sick, according to her court clerk, who said they got the word late Sunday night.
The hearing has been re-scheduled for 4:30 on Tuesday. That’s the same day that Hideout’s citizens will conclude a referendum vote on the town’s annexation of some 350 acres near Richardson Flat. Although occurring on the same day, the court hearing and the vote are not legally related to each other.
Last week saw numerous tragedies at reservoirs in and around Wasatch County. While no new details have become available about several recent drowning deaths, the Utah Division of Parks and Recreation is urging visitors to take more thorough safety precautions as they enjoy the water.
Yesterday, an adult couple died in the Deer Creek Reservoir, a man drowned at Pineview Reservoir in Huntsville, and a teenager was rescued after nearly drowning in the Jordanelle.
Devan Chavez of Utah Parks and Recreation said all the deaths are still under investigation.
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Summit County Council Member Chris Robinson says the Council will continue to work on a new ordinance governing accessory buildings—with less than three months left before a moratorium on those buildings expires.
Meanwhile, the Council heard from one of Robinson’s neighbors who is concerned about the issue.
Robinson told KPCW that residents should stay tuned, and they are planning another meeting to receive public comment.