Daniel Town News
- NOTICE TO RESIDENTS CONNECTED TO THE STORM HAVEN SEWER SYSTEM
The Daniel Town Council wishes to address residents who are connected to the sewer system in Storm Haven regarding its future and needed repairs to the system or possible replacement with individual septic systems. The discussion will take place during the next open and public meeting at the August Council meeting on Monday, August 7th, beginning at 6:00 PM. For those who cannot attend on the 7th, the Planning Commission will open the floor for continued discussion at its meeting on August 16th beginning at 7:00 PM. Please mark one or both of these dates on your calendars so you can keep informed on the situation. Letters will also be mailed to residents who are connected to the system informing them of these meeting dates.
- Planning Commission Meeting July 19, 2017
The next regularly scheduled Planning Commission meeting is set for July 19, 2017 at 7:00 PM at the Wasatch County Services Complex, 55 South 500 East, Room 126, Heber City, Utah. The complete agenda can be found to the left under Planning Agendas. Once published, the Commission reserves the right to change the order of the agenda items.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Individuals needing special accommodations during the meeting should notify Lynne Shindurling at (435) 654-5062 at least one day prior to the meeting.
- FIREWORKS AND OPEN FLAME RESTRICTIONS
The Daniel Town Council has passed Daniel Resolution 2017-07-10D prohibiting fireworks and open flame due to the nature of fire danger as emphasized by Governor Herbert and County officials. The Council declares that the danger of wildland fire is extreme from June through September and declares that fireworks or any other source of open flame is prohibited in all areas south of 3000 South in the Town of Daniel. Please use an abundance of caution in all recreational areas within Utah and elsewhere as most fires are caused by man. Be diligent with putting out campfires and, please, no fireworks this season in areas where dry brush can catch fire.