Carbon County news briefs
Helper car show won't share its billing with baseball games Father's Day Weekend
Historic car lovers will be able to focus all their attention on the souped up hot rods and gleaming machines that will be pulling into town on Father's Day weekend.
A recent discussion on having both the show and a baseball tournament the same days stirred some concern among car owners.
However, there's no longer any need to worry about a possible dent or shattered glass from a foul ball. The American Legion baseball tournament that was originally scheduled won't be held over that weekend.
PRWID customers can register protests of proposed sewer, water hikes with district
March 18 the Price River Water Improvement District will hold a public hearing to discuss fee increases for water and sewer services.
Any customer interested in formally objecting to the rate hikes should contact PRWID directly. An article in the Feb. 21 Sun Advocate that those unsatisfied by the response could contact the regulatory body over the district. The article used an example of the county commission as possibly being that regulatory body. The Carbon County commission has no responsibility over PRIWID.
Sen. Bennett addresses small business growth, energy development at conference
Sen. Bob Bennett's seventh annual Rural Business Conference to be conducted in Price on March 25 and 26, will feature a variety of presentations addressing business growth, energy and economic development in Utah.
Hosted by Bennett and the Utah Rural Development Council, the conference will feature keynote speaker, David Taylor of Proctor and Gamble.
Taylor will discuss the P and G decision to invest over $300 million to build a new paper goods manufacturing plant in rural Box Elder County.