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About: sandy, utah

Sandy is a suburb of Salt Lake City and is located at the bottom of the Wasatch Mountains. Its name is a result of the local land being referred to as thirsty soil. It has seen various phases of economic stimulus, ranging from railroad to silver mines to agricultural. By 1900, only a few saloons and hotels were left, and Sandy began to similate other rural Utah towns.

Population: 96660
Local Newspapers: The Salt Lake Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Real Salt Lake (MLS soccer) Utah Jazz (NBA)
Local Colleges: Canyons Technical Education Center

Zip Codes associated with sandy, utah: 84070 84092 84093 84094
Towns/Cities near sandy, utah : White City Sherwood Park Draper Cottonwood Heights South Jordan

Sandy News
Some express concerns about paved trail in Sandy park

For horse rider Monica Zoltanski, even when it seems like wind can ruin a good day, it's still better than almost anything. "That's where I ride every day," Zoltanski said, especially when she's with her horse, Mr. Biscuit.

In our opinion: Local decisions need local involvement

As Utah continues to grow and reshape its communities to accommodate more citizens while also providing opportunities for well-integrated outdoor recreation, it will require the full involvement and input of an informed local electorate. A citizens group in Sandy, Utah, called the Dimple Dell Preservation Community is trying to mount an opposition campaign to prevent a proposed paved trail in the Dimple Dell Regional Park, which consists of an undeveloped area in a gully that extends from 700 East all the way up to the Wasatch Mountains.

New GOP package would put sales tax on food, phase out income tax exemptions

GOP legislative leaders are pushing to pass a package of tax reforms in the final weeks of the session that include restoring the full sales tax on food, phasing out income tax exemptions for more Utahns and raising gas taxes. The newly unveiled proposal, endorsed by majority Republicans in closed-door House and Senate caucus meetings on Thursday, also would lower the state's 4.7 percent sales and 5 percent income tax rates by around a half percent each.

Legislature supports statewide suicide crisis hotline

A bill to create a statewide mental health crisis line passed unanimously Thursday in the Utah House and now heads to the governor's desk for his signature. Sen. Daniel Thatcher, R-West Valley City, and Rep. Steve Eliason, R-Sandy, both worked with Salt Lake County Councilwoman Aimee Winder Newton on SB37 .

Sandy, UTAH FillCo Co-Packer ( Introduces Buyout, Sale and ...

Innovative FlexPak was formed in 2006 with a goal of becoming a leading single-serve packaging and flexible packaging company of gels, purees, and liquids in the flexible fill-form and seal-packaging segment . IFP is Converting Ideas into Products as Experts in Product Development and Manufacturing.

Backers of initiative to raise taxes for schools say they want to work with lawmakers

Supporters of the proposed Our Schools Now initiative that would raise the state income tax rate to bring in $750 million for schools told lawmakers Thursday they want to work with them to boost education funding. Nolan Karras, a former House speaker and a member of the initiative's executive committee, told members of the Public Education Appropriations Committee they hope to "help turn the public's opinion" on a tax increase.

Sandy police: No citations expected in fatal auto-pedestrian accident

Police have released the identity of a woman who was fatally struck by a car as she attempted to walk across a dark street in Sandy. Sandy police Sgt.

East High students create toy-block sensors to detect pollution

Before the latest series of storms, many areas along the Wasatch Front were shrouded in pollution. To get better information about the quality of the air, two University of Utah professors were at East High School Tuesday to show students how to build portable air quality sensors.

Gravel pit owners, residents clash over Bates Canyon Road

Tooele County has hired a well-connected lobbyist to help secure funding for the Midvalley Highway.About a year ago, the county entered into an agreement with Greg Curtis, former speaker of the Utah House of Representatives, for lobbying and consulting services relating specifically to the Midvalley Highway.The agreement calls for the county to pay ... (more)

How Utah churches help the homeless -- they provide food, volunteers, money, even shelter space in S

The Salt Lake Tribune) Stephanie and Javier Tinajero straighten up their family's converted Sunday school room at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Sandy, Utah, Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017. Many area churches are involved with Family Promise in which various churches house up to homeless families at their meetinghouses for a week.

Utah Legislature votes to shed Bears Ears monument designation

An indignant Utah Senate voted 22-6 Friday to urge the unraveling of the Bears Ears National Monument designation in San Juan County, bristling at the process used under the Antiquities Act and what they say was indifference to a majority of statewide sentiment. Sen. Wayne Niederhauser, R-Sandy, the Senate sponsor of HCR11 , said if a monument designation had been made for the Bears Ears region via congressional legislation subsequently signed by the U.S. president, he wouldn't be arguing against the new monument.

Utah congregations will pray for homeless children this weekend

More than 30 Utah faith communities will offer prayers this weekend in support of homeless children, reflecting on a crisis that policymakers, service organizations and religious leaders are working together to solve. "Homelessness and hopelessness can go hand in hand, but they do not have to," said Rabbi Ilana Schwartzman from Congregation Kol Ami, during a Thursday press conference at the Road Home Midvale Center about the "Ending Child Homelessness Sabbath."

People on the Move

Sandy- Troy Peterson , managing broker and owner of Sandy-based Equity Real Estate Solid, has been elected and installed as the 2017 president of the Salt Lake Board of RealtorsA , a trade association making up more than 7,500 real estate professionals. Peterson earned his real estate license when he was 21 years old.

Online sales tax bill advances while discussions underway on education funding

A bill aimed at extending sales tax collections on online purchases to more businesses was approved unanimously Tuesday by the Senate Revenue and Taxation Committee. The sponsor of SB110 , Sen. Curt Bramble, R-Provo, said the bill would require companies with at least $100,000 in online sales in the state to charge sales tax on purchases, even if they have no other tie to Utah.

News roundup: Trump's refugee order exposes White House, GOP rifts

Trump's immigration order exposes White House and GOP rifts. Utah's members of Congress praise national security efforts but raise questions about order.

Utah city snow plow fleet decimated by big overnight fire

Firemen walk pass a destroyed truck following an overnight blaze at a city public works complex Friday, Jan. 27, 2017, in Sandy, Utah. A fire official says half the municipal fleet of snow plow trucks were destroyed.

Fire destroys Sandy snowplows, causes $4M-$5M in damage

A massive fire at Sandy's public works building brought out more than 100 firefighters late Thursday and early Friday and destroyed half of the city's snowplow fleet. Eleven of Sandy's snowplows were lost in the blaze, according to Mayor Tom Dolan's office.

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