Not to add to the pressure of the bond, but the Eldred Senior Center experienced a minor bucket brigade to cover all the roof leaks from this last rain storm. Additional buckets were needed, over past leakage episodes.
Brian Smith and Whitney Booth are experiencing the same cold offices that we were on Monday morning, but their plight will continue throughout the Winter. The facility heaters in their offices are off, since the hot water pipes supplying them have rotted to the point that they no longer can be used. They are getting by with space heaters that do not quite make the grade.
This past weekend (Sunday) the boiler at the Recreation Center went down and our early Monday swimmers were greeted with cold water for their lap swim and water exercise class. Some were unhappy, but most exercised their way through the initial cold water shock upon entering the pool.
Some have called our existing facilities "more than adequate". You be the judge...
Provo’s Energy Department provides the street lighting for the city and currently operates and maintains approximately 7,000 street lights for the benefit of the public.
Although street lighting is costly and we have limited funds, we are always interested in making the right investments for the good of the community and their safety. We invite the public to contact us if there are any specific roads or intersection lacking in lighting and/or the lamps are burned out and need replacing. To report a street light problem visit http://secure.provocitypower.com/streetlight_form.htm
The Energy Department promotes effective street lighting with efficient types of lamps and directional lighting equipment.
- He has excelled in every assignment given him.
- He is a squad leader on the SWAT team and Defensive Tactics Instructor
- He was a Special Olympics Torch Run Coordinator
- He is a four time recipient of the Provo Police Most Physically Fit Award
- He is currently in the Special Victims Unit in the Criminal Investigations Divisions.
- In the past year he has investigated over 70 cases of sexual assault, rape, sexual abuse of children, physical abuse, and infant deaths.
- His skills and expertise has placed many perpetrators in prison.
Detective Post deserves this award for his hard work and the commitment the award represents.
I’m pretty sure the entire city of Provo was at the Provo/Timpview Football game Friday night.
The team that really caught my eye was the team effort of both Provo and Timpview’s HOSA service organizations. They had joined together to raise funds for cancer.
There were pink balloons, pink cotton candy, all the players wearing pink socks on both sides of the ball and mascots in pink shorts.
Great job for leading the way both Provo and T-Bird HOSA groups!
1) It’s run by some of the world’s best people
(not many contribute more to Provo than this family)
2) The food always makes me feel like I’m at my mom’s and she has worked for weeks to prepare one of her famous meals
I’ve never done this before but I’m prepared to make an unconditional guarantee for Molly’s.
Anyone that goes to Molly’s and doesn’t feel like they have had a great meal for a great value, I’ll personally refund their money. They are that good and that consistent.
I do however, have one major complaint – they only open for lunch. When you go see them, make sure that you tell them to open up for dinner.
You may find it hard to get a seat but not to worry. The expansion plans are in the works.
Provo, UT 84604