North Summit library to delay opening
July 29, 2011
The North Summit Library has pushed back its opening from Sept. 1 until Sept. 27 due to a delay in receiving the necessary construction permits according to Summit County library director Dan Compton.
Compton said the architect is confident that the building will be ready to open Sept. 27. The contractor will be charged a penalty of $100-a-day if the project is not complete by Sept.1.
The Summit County Library Board decided at their meeting last week that patrons will now be allowed to check out six media items such as DVDs, C.Ds, and books on tape, at once. Previously, only three media items could be checked out at one time.
Habitat for Humanity announces three new board members
Habitat for Humanity of Summit and Wasatch Counties has announced the addition of three new members to its Board of Directors. Todd Wakefield, Shirley Wright and Glenn Wright join Habitat to share their expertise and knowledge of the local community that will assist the overall direction of Habitat for Humanity.
"The new Board members are an outstanding addition to our community-minded organization," said Lisa Schneider, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Summit and Wasatch Counties. "Our Board is comprised of local humanitarians who not only have generous hearts, but who can contribute their expertise to the greater good of Habitat for Humanity. We are so grateful to have three new members that want to be a part of that."
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Summit County Sheriff’s office to host National Night Out
The National Association of Town Watch has announced that the 28 annual National Night Out program will culminate on Tuesday, Aug. 2.
National Night Out is a crime and drug prevention event sponsored by the Summit County Sheriff’s office in cooperation with the NATW.
The public is invited to be part of the event which will be held Tuesday in the east parking lot of Unita Way, west of World Market and T.J. Maxx near Kimball Junction.
The event runs from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. and the Sheriff’s office will be providing child identification kids to be stored at home. According to Sheriff David Edmunds, these kits are useful as an aid to law enforcement if ever needed to reunite a missing child with their family.