September 8, 2009
Five people have been named to serve on the administrative control board for the newly established North Summit Special Recreation District.
Michelle Peterson and Roger Crittenden will serve four-year terms on the board. Jacki Vernon, Jim Brooks and Mike Calderwood were each appointed to two-year terms.
Dems plan fund-raiser
State Sen. Ross Romero is slated to speak Sept. 9 at a fund-raiser for the Summit County Democratic Party.
The event at the Wasatch Brew Pub at 205 S. Main Street begins at 4:30 p.m.
"This is a great opportunity for people to meet their candidates for next year’s mid-term elections and get to know a person on the Democratic state ticket," said Glenn Wright, a spokesman for the Summit County Democratic Party.
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Romero, a former representative, used to represent portions of the Snyderville Basin in House District 25.
Romero is the state Senate minority whip. He is the featured speaker at the event, which is also a fund-raiser for Romero’s campaign.
"We invite potential 2010 candidates and all Summit County residents to join us for what will be a fun and informative evening," Wright said in a prepared statement.