County Briefs, July 11-14, 2015
Tree planting in Marion
Wasatch Back Trees is partnering with AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps for a "Love Your Trees" project on Sunday, July 12, from 8 a.m. to noon at South Summit Park, 2700 North State Road 32, in Marion. People are advised to bring a shovel or rake, gloves, appropriate footwear and a water bottle. For additional information contact Community Forester Jason Barto at 435-503-8968 .
Public Housing informational meeting
Mountainlands Community Housing Trust is hosting an informational meeting on Wednesday, July 15, at 6 p.m. at the Francis Town Hall, 2319 S. Spring Hollow Road, in Francis. Applications will be available for four new homes that will be available in September in the River Bluffs Neighborhood in Francis. For more information call Laura at 435- 647-9719 ext. 10 or go to housinghelp.org
Basin Planning Commission to hold five public hearings
The Snyderville Basin Planning Commission will hold five public hearings Tuesday, July 13, beginning at 6 p.m. in the Sheldon Richins Building. The Planning Commissions is scheduled to consider action on the following topics: Kimball Junction transit center, Canyon Corners, wood-burning stoves and plat amendments for a Newpark site. For more information about the agenda or hearings, go to http://www.summitcounty.org/agendacenter .
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