Business briefs, March 19-22
Business association to hold member meeting
The Kimball Junction Business Association is set to hold a meeting for members. According to a newsletter, members will discuss local events and projects, as well as updates on businesses in the area. Mary Closser of Recycle Utah will serve as a guest speaker at the meeting, providing information on sustainability in the workplace. The meeting is scheduled for April 13, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at Newpark Resort. Attendees are asked to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 11. For more information, visit kimballjunction.org.
Riverhorse on Main earns Forbes honor
Riverhorse on Main has been named a Four-Star award winner by Forbes Travel Guide. According to a press release, the award is one of the top honors in the hospitality industry. Seth Adams, executive chef and owner of the restaurant, said he was gratified by the honor. "The Forbes Travel Guide Award is a global benchmark for excellence in dining," he said in the release. "My entire team and I are dedicated to providing a dining experience that delights and surprises our guests each day. I’m proud that our menu, ambiance, and of course the food itself translated so well among the 500 criteria points used to qualify for the distinction."
IRS has online tools for taxpayers
With roughly a month until taxpayers must have their taxes filed, the Internal Revenue Service is offering online tools to help them through the process. According to a press release, taxpayers can go to irs.gov to check the statuses of their refunds or request copies of their tax transcripts. In addition, a feature called Interactive Tax Assistant answers taxpayers’ questions about things such as tax credits, deductions and general filing issues. Much of the information included on irs.gov is also available in Spanish.
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Park City school board now has the power to pursue facilities projects without voter approval but says bond measure is still ahead
The Park City Board of Education can now bond for projects without voter approval, but the board president says the plan for large-scale facility projects is still to put the question to voters in 2021.