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The 2023 APA UT Election Results Are In

Today, we extend our heartfelt congratulations to Mike Gottfredson and Spencer Brimley

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Shaping the Future: Your Voice Matters in APA Utah’s Programs Survey!

Please help us reinvigorate the APA UT program offerings by completing our survey!

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Get Out The Vote

Don’t forget to vote for  the APA UT Treasurer and Secretary before September 8th, 2023.

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APA UT: Election Ballots

Look for APA UT’s election ballot, arriving in your inbox on August 10,2023.

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Drive-thrus are creating problems for cities and towns

Magnets of traffic and congestion, drive-thrus discourage walking, public transit use and visits to neighboring businesses. They also lead to accidents with pedestrians, cyclists and other cars, and contradict the environmental and livability goals of many communities.

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Logan City seeks feedback on Cache Valley Mall redevelopment concept proposal

On Tuesday evening, the Logan Municipal Council discussed the concept of a proposed development that would involve the demolition of the Cache Valley Mall. The concept, titled the “Cache Valley Marketplace,” aims to transform the existing mall site into a $250 million mixed-used project.

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Salt Lake City may soon have a sanctioned homeless campground

By all indications, a sanctioned homeless campground is coming to Salt Lake City.

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Are you interested in becoming FAICP?

If you are interested in applying for FAICP and meet the requirements. Please email us! Click to learn about the requirements.

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Ogden officials reject car wash proposal at ex-Jake’s Over the Top site

The Ogden Planning Commission rejected a request for a conditional use permit to build a car wash at the site of ex- Jake’s Over the Top.

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Residents between Kamas and the Jordanelle Basin have filed for township status. The site may include land Summit County plans to purchase and preserve as open space.

Landowners and residents filed a request with Utah’s Office of the Lieutenant Governor on April 27 to conduct a feasibility study for a new town, tentatively named “West Hills.”

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Last Week To Submit Nominations & Position Statements

Nominations and Position Statements Due By May 19th For The APA UT Board Positions of Secretary and Treasurer.

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Call for Nominations! 

This year APA Utah will be running elections for the positions of  Secretary and Treasurer. Nominations are open until May 19, 2023.

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