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Town Planning Commission meeting...
April 28, 2011
Next Town Council Meeting... April 21, 2011.
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Huntsville Newsletter:
Bountiful Baskets now in Huntsville - order tonight!
Many of you know all about Bountiful Baskets, but they have come to Huntsville!  They will be located at the Huntsville Fire station every Saturday morning fron 7:30-7:45.  
You can also come and volunteer an hour early for an extra gift.  Your orders need to go in Monday morning from 10:00 until Tuesday night at 10:pm for the upcoming Saturday pick-up.  
This is a fresh produce co-op.  If you want to know more about them check out their web page.  This is a great way to get affordable fresh produce.
Scroll down to the bottom of this email for more details.
Public Hearing Wednesday regarding the Huntsville and Southern Ogden Valley Wastewater (Sewer) Study and Proposals
Reminder that there is a public meeting Wednesday April 20, 2011 at 7pm at the Huntsville library to review the details of the Huntsville and Southern Ogden Valley Sewer Study.

The study can be found at this link

It is important for you to attend so you understand why a sewer system is being considered, what is the process and who is going to make the final decision, how might you be affected, what are the potential costs and much more.

Representatives from Weber County Engineering, Town Huntsville Town Council, Sunrise Engineering and Utah Department of Water Quality will be in attendance to address and answer your question

See you there and please tell your neighbors
Town Council Meeting Thursday
The regularly scheduled town council meeting will be held Thursday, April 21, 2011 @ 7 PM at the Huntsville Town Hall.
The agenda will be available soon at
All are invited and encouraged to attend.
Arbor Day Celebration
Huntsville will celebrate Arbor Day in conjunction with Valley Elementary's Third Grade.  The students will sing songs and present poems for Arbor Day.  The celebration will be held in the East Kiva of the school on Wednesday, April 27th, at 12:45 pm.  All are invited to attend.  Huntsville has been presented with its 6th Year as a Tree City USA.
Gasoline Thefts in Huntsville
In the past week there have been at least two incidents in town...
where gasoline has been syphoned from vehicles or tanks.  Both instances were on 200 South between 7000 and 7200 E. 
Be sure to report any suspicious activity to the Weber County Sheriff's Office.
Green Waste Facility (aka Landfill/dump) Now Open
Green waste facility open on Saturdays and Wednesdays (weather permitting)... 
Saturdays 10 am - 2 pm
Wednesdays 6:30 PM - 8 PM 
The facility will remain open throughout the season on Saturdays and on Wednesday evenings as long as there is a demand.
Only green waste is allowed.
For more details, click here.
Congratulations to our newest Town Council Member
Congratulations to Laurie Allen ...  Laurie is a lifelong resident of Huntsville and was selected to serve on the Town Council to fill the remaining 8 months of Councilman Steve Johnson's term.  Laurie will be sworn in during the next town council meeting on April 21, 2011.
Many qualified and talented residents volunteered for the position and we sincerely thank them for their desire to serve.
Our sincere thanks goes out to Steve Johnson and his family.   Steve has served the citizen's of Huntsville with honor, dignity and dedication and we have enjoyed working with him.
Steve and his family will be moving to Wyoming for a few months and we wish them well on their endeavor. 
The Town of Huntsville Utah is now on Facebook
Be sure to visit our new Facebook page for “The Town of Huntsville Utah.”  While there, click “Like” to receive up to the minute news from Huntsville.  If you are not on Facebook, have your kids “Like” us to stay informed.
Huntsville Has A New Full Color Copy Machine That is Available For Use
The town of Huntsville recently replaced their aging copy machine with a full color copy machine.  To assist with the expense, the machine will be available for residents who need color or black and white copies. 
The prices will be competitive with copy centers in Ogden and will be available when Gail or Ramona are at the Town Hall - typically weekday mornings, but call before you make a special trip.  801-745-3420.
Bountiful Baskets - more details
About Bountiful Baskets Co-op
Bountiful Baskets is not a business. It is a group of people who work together for mutual benefit. We are up front and open about how things work.
Bountiful Baskets Food Co-op is constantly growing to reach new areas as volunteers want to have a co-op site close to their home. They train with an existing Volunteer Site Coordinator and request a site to be added. We run at least every two weeks at each site. We are completely volunteer-run and make no profit. We have the following distribution sites and look forward to adding other distribution sites as volunteers are trained and ready to open them! Please see our locations page for a complete listing of current sites.
This is a Co-op
This is a grass roots, all volunteer, no contracts, no catch co-operative. Without volunteers this co-op wouldn’t happen, so you will need to help as you are able. There are many opportunities to participate!
Reasons to Participate
  • This is a great deal and you are helping others get a great deal, too. With the conventional produce offering, you get approximately $50 worth of grocery store-quality produce.
  • This co-op encourages a healthier lifestyle.
  • You meet great people!
How the Co-op works
As a group, we purchase items at deep discounts. Items are then distributed evenly among participants. Some details:
  • Use this website to make monetary contributions toward the pools of money used to purchase product(s)
  • Contribute the amount required for participation in each pool by the deadline(s) listed (see Contribution Timeline table on the homepage)
  • Additional details about products are available at Current Offerings
  • For produce baskets, we purchase from a warehouse that supplies produce to many local restaurants and grocery stores. This is the same produce you would get from a restaurant or store.
Basket contents
We get a variety of high-quality seasonal produce. We balance variety with seasonality in order to get the most appealing and cost-effective basket possible. We also choose to use local produce first when available, then regional produce (California, Utah, Colorado, Northern Mexico!)
Each week different items will be in the Bountiful Basket! We base the basket contents on what is in season, high quality, good value, and local. We generally have 6 fruit items & 6 vegetable items. We focus on what would be well received in our homes, and the extensive surveys we’ve done with participants over the past 5 years to know what families eat.
That's All For Now - Have a nice week,
Richard L. Sorensen
Huntsville Town Council
Huntsville Town, PO Box 267, Huntsville, Utah 84317