2 12, 2018

Why a Utah Consulting Firm Wanted to be Closer to Salt Lake’s Homeless Shelter, Soup Kitchen

By |2018-12-03T15:42:07+00:00December 2nd, 2018|Blog, Community News|0 Comments

Originally published by Lee Benson in Deseret News on December 2, 2018 SALT LAKE CITY — Two years ago, faced with the happy necessity of finding a bigger office space because business, quite frankly, was booming, the Cicero Group made a tactical decision to move from the east side of town to the west side. [...]

28 11, 2018

This Utah City Has the Most Diverse Job Market in the U.S.

By |2018-11-28T15:57:31+00:00November 28th, 2018|Blog, Community News|0 Comments

Originally published by Herb Scribner in Deseret News on November 28, 2018 SALT LAKE CITY — Salt Lake City has been named the No. 1 city in the country for having the most diverse job market, according to a new report from LinkUp, a job search engine. Most: Here’s a quick breakdown of the top five diversified [...]

27 11, 2018

Salt Lake City to Host Largest International Event Since 2002 Olympics Next Year

By |2018-11-28T16:24:53+00:00November 27th, 2018|Blog, Community News|0 Comments

Originally published by Dennis Romboy in Deseret News on November 27, 2018 SALT LAKE CITY — Salt Lake City will host its largest international event since the 2002 Olympics when thousands of people come to town for a United Nations conference on pressing world issues. An estimated 3,000 to 6,000 people representing more than 300 [...]

27 11, 2018

Salt Lake City Leaders Approve Resolution to Support Next Steps Toward a Possible Olympic Bid

By |2018-11-28T16:17:11+00:00November 27th, 2018|Blog, Community News|0 Comments

Originally published by Katie McKellar in Deseret News on November 27, 2018 SALT LAKE CITY — Salt Lake City leaders have taken another step to position Utah's capital to potentially be chosen to bid for another Winter Games. The Salt Lake City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to approve a resolution supporting an "expression of [...]

16 11, 2018

Salt Lake City Commits to Forming Digital Inclusion Plan. Here’s Why That Matters

By |2018-11-21T11:37:11+00:00November 16th, 2018|Blog, Community News|0 Comments

Originally published by Carrie Rogers-Whitehead in KSL on November 16, 2018 SALT LAKE CITY — Almost 20 percent of the population in Salt Lake City does not have a computer, according to Utah Communities Connect, a nonpartisan digital inclusion advocacy group. Computer access for many means heading to the library after work, or trying to finish [...]

24 10, 2018

Amazon Prime Launches Whole Foods Superfast Deliveries in Salt Lake City

By |2018-10-25T12:28:59+00:00October 24th, 2018|Blog, Community News|0 Comments

Originally published by Art Raymond in Deseret News on October 24, 2018 SALT LAKE CITY — Fans of Whole Foods Markets who are also Amazon Prime members can start receiving supplies from the comfort of their couches, thanks to a new delivery service that launched Wednesday in Salt Lake City. Prime Now brings the online shopping [...]

16 10, 2018

Salt Lake City May Require Pet Stores to Sell Only Shelter Animals

By |2018-10-18T12:44:13+00:00October 16th, 2018|Blog, Community News|0 Comments

Originally published by Katie McKellar in Deseret News on October 16, 2018 SALT LAKE CITY — Matthew Rojas, spokesman for Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski, met Topaz, a 4-week-old gray Siamese kitten, for the first time Tuesday ahead of a press conference he helped organize. Rojas said he couldn't resist — he decided on [...]

16 10, 2018

Salt Lake Officials Say $87 Million for Roads a Matter of Pay Now, or Pay More Later

By |2018-10-18T12:24:06+00:00October 16th, 2018|Blog, Community News|0 Comments

Originally published by Katie McKellar in Deseret News on October 16, 2018 SALT LAKE CITY — Matt Cassel looked up and down a section of Kensington Avenue at a spiderweb of cracks spanning across the asphalt. The Salt Lake City engineer called it "alligatoring" because of its resemblance to the skin of the predatory reptile. [...]

11 10, 2018

Salt Lake City Recognizes Business Leadership in Enhancing Energy Efficiency, Reducing Pollution

By |2018-10-15T15:12:12+00:00October 11th, 2018|Blog, Community News|0 Comments

Originally published by Utah Policy on October 11, 2018 Salt Lake City’s Department of Sustainability is pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 Elevate Buildings Awards, highlighting organizations that have taken action to enhance the energy performance of their buildings. Improved efficiency reduces local air pollution, as well as overall greenhouse gas emissions, making it [...]

8 10, 2018

Turkey’s Out for 2026 Winter Olympics, but Salt Lake City may be in for 2030

By |2018-10-10T15:11:49+00:00October 8th, 2018|Blog, Community News|0 Comments

Originally published by Sydney Chapman in Deseret News on October 8, 2018 SALT LAKE CITY ― The International Olympic Committee executive board announced on Thursday that it has officially dropped Turkey as a potential host for the 2026 Winter Olympics. “The timing for 2026 is challenging. The concentration of investment in general infrastructures such as accommodation, transport, [...]