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Utah Senate committee introduces bill extending income tax filing deadline

The Utah Senate's revenue and tax standing committee has introduced legislation extending the state's filing deadline to April 17.

The extension outlined in SB-266 will bring Utah's filing date in line with the United States deadline.

The April 17 deadline applies to 2006 state and federal income tax returns.

For additional information, Carbon County residents with Internet access may visit the Utah Tax Commission's Web site. The address is www.tax.utah.gov.

Carbon representatives preparing to host Castle Country Economic Summit

Carbon County Economic Development representatives are in the process of planning the 2007 Castle Country Economic Summit.

The annual event will be conducted in Carbon County for the first time.

The summit is scheduled to begin Sept. 20 at the Carbon County Expo Center and continue through Sept. 21.

According to Delynn Fielding, the summit's breakout center will include items of interest for conventional business owners and the agricultural industry.

PRWID schedules service interruption

Due to a relocation project at the Helper interchange construction site, Price River Water Improvement District expects to shut off its main line on Feb. 15 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Customers in or near Spring Glen, Carbonville and Gordon Creek may be without water. Users in Wellington or south of Price are expected to have service, but may experience decreased water pressure.

After service is restored, people may observe air in lines and discoloration or odor in the water. The district will flush main lines to help alleviate the problems. Users experiencing problems longer than a few days are encouraged to contact PRWID.



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