Local photographer Gary Smith went out to Mosida Orchards and recreated some of the historical shots. Check out his gallery above.
“The Utah County Association of REALTORS® previously submitted a letter in support of the proposal, and we are again drafting a letter in support of the Transportation Commission’s proposed rules and guidelines for any applicant who proposes the construction of a highway facility over sovereign lakebed lands.” – SOURCE UTAH COUNTY REALTORS BLOG
Utah Lake will soon be used as an example for Utah County kids to learn from. The program set up by the UtahLakeCommission.org will give children an opportunity to learn about core concepts using Utah Lake.
The city council approved a large 300 acre development on the west side of Provo. David Gardner, a land planning consultant was key in getting this project approved. The project includes approximately 1,000 units to be built over the next 15 to 20 years.
David Gardner is the owner of Gardner & Associates, a land planning consulting firm created in 1979 and is also one of the developers behind the Mosida Orchards project.
Have you ever wanted to hike or ride your horse from Utah Lake to Canada or Mexico? The Heritage Trail is close to being completed with the help of a $3 million federal grant. This trail runs through Lindon city and connects with the Great Western Trail.
A meeting was held at the old Utah County Courthouse Thursday night for people to voice their opinions on the Utah Lake Bridge proposal by Utah Crossing. If you missed it be sure to visit www.forestry.utah.gov/sovlands/utahlake/commentform.php to voice your opinion.
A 45-day public comment period will commence on November 18, 2010 to gather information from the public regarding a site-specific planning effort being carried out in connection with a proposed lease of seovereign lands. The proposed lease is aimed at building a bridge across Utah Lake from Vineyard to Saratoga Springs. During the comment period the Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands will hold a public scoping meeting for the planning effort being conucted in connection with the proposed lease. The meeting will take place November 18,2010 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Utah County Hsistoric Courthouse located at 51 South University Avenue in Provo. Interested parties and the general public are invited to attend the meeting to learn more about the process. In addition, public comment will be gathered in electronic and written form at the meeting. A public comment form will be available online November 18 at: http://www.forestry.utah.gov/sovlands/utahlake/commentform.php. Comments in written form should be addressed to: Utah Lake Site-Specifie Plan Comments, Utah Division of Forestry, Fire & State Lands 1594 W. North Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84114.