Park Record Business Briefs for April 22, 2006
City and county building officials invite the public, and especially general contractors, to a continuing education seminar, Wednesday, April 26, to discuss "How to Make an Inspector Your Friend Code Requirements."
Guest speakers will include Park City Municipal Corporation Building Official Ron Ivie, Park City Municipal Corporation Building Inspector Supervisor Richard Carlile, Summit County Building Inspector Richard Butz, and Wasatch County Building Inspector Robert McDonald.
Discussions will focus on specific code requirements for expediting job site inspections and the plan approval process. The seminar will count as two hours of core credits necessary for contractor licensing renewal.
Pre-registration for the seminar is $20; day-of registration is $30. For more information, contact the Park City Area Home Builders Association at 645-9363 or e-mail email@example.com.
Bakers Dozen teaches ‘Everything Chocolate’
Utah baking professionals, bakers, chefs, food producers and home bakers are invited to attend the Utah Bakers Dozen meeting, "Everythign Chocolate," a seminar for bakers and dessert makers featuring Raymond Lammers, Stein Ericksen Lodge executive pastry chef and Silver Medal Winner 2005 Amoretti National Pastry Team Competition.
The seminar takes place Monday, April 24 from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Silver Lake Lodge, Upper Deer Valley, Bald Mountain Resort. The price is $10 for current members and $20 for non-members.
Lammers will discuss how chocolate is made, chocolate tasting, tempering two ways, understanding chocolate showpieces and handmade bonbons. The Utah Bakers Dozen provides seminars and demonstrations to its members and functions as a support group where members can tap into recipes, techniques and vendor sourcing.
For more information, contact Angel Manfredini, general manager, pastry chef, Mandarin Restaurant at (801) 550-1535.
Local agents named to Coldwell’s Sterling Society
Richard Butler, Sandra Goldman, Barbara Hughes, Bruce Kipp, Ron Lockhart and Christy Pasinsky, sales associates with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, have been honored as members of the Coldwell Banker International Sterling Society. The distinguished membership is limited to the top 18 percent of the more than 126,000 sales associates worldwide in the Coldwell Banker system.
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage is one of Utah’s largest residential real estate brokerage companies with 15 offices serving customers and communities across the Wasatch Front. The company offers residential and commercial brokerage, corporate relocation and mortgage services.
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