|Published February 1, 2011|
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF CARBON COUNTY
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EMERY COUNTY SPECIAL SERVICE DISTRICT #1
Notice is hereby given that the independent audit and financial report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010 has been completed for Huntington City and is available for public inspection at Huntington City Hall, 20 South Main, Huntington, Utah dur...
Announcement Of Appointment And Notice To Creditors
Estate of KEITH A. RASMUSSEN, Probate No. 103700032, Seventh District Court, in and for Emery County, State of Utah - Kimball H. Rasmussen, who's mailing address is P.O. Box 54, Orangeville, Utah 84537, has been appointed Personal Representative of ...
Application for Phase II and III
9th East Portal Breakout Area
COAL COUNTRY HOUSING & DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
Notice Of Public Hearing
Emery Town Council will hold a Public Heating at 6:00 pm on Tues, Feb 8, 2011 at the Emery Town Hall located at 65 N. Center, Emery, UT 84522. The purpose of the hearing is to discuss and vote on the town Development Code, overage rates on Mine Line...
Notice is hereby given that Huntington City Municipal Building Authority will hold their meetings at Huntington City Hall, 20 South Main, on the third Wednesday of each month during the year 2011. Meetings will start promptly at 6:00 p.m. on the fo...
Notice Of Meeting Schedule
Notice is hereby given that the regular meetings of the Board of Directors of the Emery Water Conservancy District for the year 2011 shall be held at the District Office, Castle Dale, UT on the following dates:...
EMERY COUNTY HOUSING AUTHORITY Board of Commissioners meetings for the year of 2011 will take place in the Emery County Commissioners small conference room, Emery County Courthouse, 75 E. Main St., Castle Dale, Utah....
Mountain Property Opportunity
The Utah State Office of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has approved an application for the partial relinquishment of Federal coal leases SL-064607-064621, SL-066116, SL-070645, U-02664, and UTU-47978 held by PacifiCorp, c/o Interwest Mining Co...
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