City Council Update: What to do with the old public works building?

The city is considering selling the old Public Works Building and want feedback from the residents. City Attorney Jon Call said the property is a water asset and selling the building might help offset some of the costs for the upcoming water projects in the next couple of years. Call said they have gotten an offer, but the city uses the building for storage and … Continue reading City Council Update: What to do with the old public works building?

Another Music Star Dies Without An Estate Plan

Intervivos Many people create estate plans to limit and/or avoid estate taxes, court fees, and attorney fees. This is especially important when the value of the estate rises above the federal estate and gift tax exemption. The current exemption is $5.6 million per individual. Anything above that amount is taxed at 40% by the federal government. That means you pay $400 thousand to the federal … Continue reading Another Music Star Dies Without An Estate Plan

From the Mayor: Leonard Call

There are four areas that I wanted to include in my message this month. First a big thank you from the City to the many citizens that helped look for a lost 11 year old in September. The outpouring of support was truly amazing. Thankfully she was located unharmed and rejoined her family. The next item was the scare that we had at Weber High … Continue reading From the Mayor: Leonard Call

Attention! Are you on Medicare

IS YOUR PLAN COSTING YOU TOO MUCH? IS YOUR PLAN STILL THE RIGHT PLAN FOR YOU? The wrong plan can cost you plenty of money even if the plan has a $0 premium. The 2018 Annual Open Enrollment Period is from October 15th through December 7th. During this window, you have the opportunity to switch your plan if needed. Because Medicare has so many parts, … Continue reading Attention! Are you on Medicare

7 tips to help keep your teen driver safe

Getting a driver’s license is an exciting time for teens, but it can be stressful for parents. Drivers who are 16 have higher crash rates than drivers of any other age, and 20% of teens have an accident in their first year of driving. Like other drivers, teens have some good and bad habits. The good—they are twice as likely to wear seat belts as … Continue reading 7 tips to help keep your teen driver safe

Fall Clean Up

Green Waste Only  *  Bagged   *   Bundled   *   Boxed October 15th – 19th The City has scheduled the fall Green Waste Pick Up for October 15th-19th 2018; collection will be on your regular garbage day. The volume of material may, however, delay collection. The regulations mentioned below MUST be followed when placing material out for collection. All materials must be in … Continue reading Fall Clean Up

Halloween Family Events

Cold Springs trout farm – In North Ogden – Corn Maze    Halloween Movies at 7 PM – Hotel Transylvania, Hocus Pocus and Signs (on Halloween Night). Haunted Hollow – 1900 W. 1550 S. West Haven Union Station Night at the Museum Ghost Tours – October 26 Halloween CARNIVORE Carnival & Dino Trek or Treat Ogden Eccles Dinosaur Park- Ogden – 1544 East Park Blvd … Continue reading Halloween Family Events

Art Activities Monday Fun Day: Photo Wall Decor

Photo Wall Decor I found this project on Pinterest a few years back. Having pictures of your family in your home is so fun but can be quite expensive, especially if you try and keep the photographs up to date. I don’t know about you, but my kids grow like weeds. I love this approach because it is inexpensive and I can update the photos … Continue reading Art Activities Monday Fun Day: Photo Wall Decor

Monsters in The Great Salt Lake

Is it possible for a lake that covers approximately 1,700 square miles and has a maximum depth of 33 feet to harbor a monster or two? The Great Salt Lake with its haunting desert landscape and brine shrimp has encouraged a barrage of myths, legends, and mysteries for hundreds of years. Stepping back in time to July 13, 1877, the Salt Lake Herald newspaper printed … Continue reading Monsters in The Great Salt Lake

Community Question Corner

Question: Can I store landscaping materials on the road? Answer: No. The simple answer is that you cannot store landscaping materials on the roadway during home improvement projects. The storm water rules prohibit the storage of landscaping materials along the curb of any street regardless of the time frame. The storage of these materials on public property always leaves residue which ultimately is washed into … Continue reading Community Question Corner

Rigorous Academic Program Introduced at Weber High School

The IB program takes a holistic approach to education and allows students who successfully complete the program to earn up to 30 college credits. The W under the mountain still burns red and the halls inside the brick building are still windowless, but there is a new academic touch at Weber High in the 2018-2019 school year that is a big change at the high … Continue reading Rigorous Academic Program Introduced at Weber High School

Pleasant View Youth Council

Pleasant View City is a “Pig Deal!” The Pleasant View Youth City Council won the People’s Choice Award at the Weber County Fair. Thank you to all those who voted for our booth! As Pleasant View Youth City Council, we have many exciting upcoming events. Youth City Council Members will be having a pumpkin decorating contest on October 4th at the City Office building. The … Continue reading Pleasant View Youth Council