Carbon County News Briefs
Gov. Huntsman sign legislation for new design for Utah Ski license plate
Gov. Jon Huntsman will sign Senate Bill 73 into law at Capitol Hill on Tuesday, bringing to the state a new skiing license plate featuring Utah's "Life Elevated" campaign.
Three-time Olympian Heidi Voelker, who is depicted on the license plate, will be in attendance.
"We're thrilled with the new license plate and its fantastic depiction of Utah's superior winter sports offerings," commented Ski Utah President Nathan Rafferty.
The new license plate will be issued once the current supply is depleted.
Crews prepare to start improvements along section of Westwood Boulevard
On March 19, work crews and heavy equipment operators will start installing curbs, gutters and sidewalks along approximately a one-mile section of Westwood Boulevard.
Carbon Commissioner Bill Krompel cautioned motorists to exercise caution while traveling along the road from Creekview shopping mall to the Westwood area.
Funded by a Utah Department of Transportation enhancement grant, the improvement project will include installing sidewalks complying with Americans with Disabilities Act guidelines, pointed out the county commissioner.
Sen. Bob Bennett's staff schedules office hours for Carbon County region
Staff representing Sen. Bob Bennett will be at Price City Hall on March 21 from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. to help individuals with questions or problems with various federal agencies, such as the Internal Revenue Service, Bureau of Land Management, Social Security Administration, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Department of Defense, Veterans Affairs, Forest Service, Medicare and Medicaid.
Individuals who cannot attend the Price office hours but wish to request assistance from the senator and his staff can contact Bennett's Provo office at (801) 851-2525.