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Mayor’s Office mourns the loss of community activist Archie Archuleta

Posted on:January 26th, 2019
Mayor Jackie Biskupski and members of her staff remember the life and work of Archie Archuleta, who died Friday. In October, Mayor Biskupski presented Mr. Archuleta with the ‘Key to the City’ for his decades-long work on behalf of those experiencing homelessness, Chicanos and other communities of color, LGBTQ people, and women. Mr. Archuelta was […]

Salt Lake City Mayor to address housing, transit, clean air in State of the City address

Posted on:January 16th, 2019
Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski will address the major challenges and opportunities facing the Capital City in her fourth State of the City address on Jan. 17. Her speech at East High School will include affordable housing, transit, and clean air. Guests are invited to enjoy refreshments and snacks following the mayor’s speech. Donations […]

Local, custom suit maker expands in Salt Lake City

Posted on:January 8th, 2019
Custom clothier Tailor Cooperative, which began operations in early 2016, has expanded its custom suit shop at 335 Pierpont Ave. in Salt Lake City to launch its in-house tailoring department, begin new product development, and facilitate increased demand at its flagship location. This expansion brings new capital, over 3,000 sq. ft. of retail and office […]

SLC Public Utilities Watershed rangers step up canyon restroom maintenance during federal government shutdown

Posted on:January 2nd, 2019
As the federal government shutdown stretches into to Day 13 with no clear resolution, the Salt Lake City Public Utilities Watershed Program team is stepping up maintenance of public restrooms throughout the Central Wasatch canyons. Typically, restroom upkeep falls to employees of the Salt Lake Ranger District, one of eight geographical districts within the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache […]

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