Moroni Seniors Announcements for September 2016

Thanks to everyone who supported the Moroni Seniors Yard Sale held on August 13th. They will be raffling off a quilt and an infrared heater in November, so plan now to get your tickets. They are available during lunch at City Hall, Monday thru Thursday or by contacting Jan Jacobsen at 436-8886.

Click HERE for September’s Menu; lunch is available Monday thru Thursday at the City Hall. Please make your reservations by 9:00 AM by calling 436-8275.

Senior Announcements.August 2016

 

Rocky Mountain Power Tree Maintenance

Some residents may see a yellow door hanger like the one shown below  in the near future; Rocky Mountain Power has contracted with Trees Inc. for tree removal and/or maintenance near power lines. This service is provided free of charge by Rocky Mountain Power to electricity users and helps prevent outages and damages to power lines. Please call the arborist if you have any concerns or questions.Steve Nelson.contact infoTrees and Powerlines Door Hanger_001 
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State Road 132 Update

Here’s the weekly update from UDOT on the State Road 132 project in Moroni:
This week in Moroni crews began excavating and installing
pedestrian ramps on the north side of Main Street. Sidewalks may be closed where pedestrian ramps are being constructed.

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CULINARY WATER UPDATE

Moroni’s culinary water system is still experiencing some mechanical issues but is in the process of repairs. The public works department would appreciate any conservation measures you can make and encourages citizens to continue to be mindful of how much water they are using.

CULINARY WATER EMERGENCY

pT5bExXEcMoroni City’s main culinary well is experiencing mechanical issues as of this morning, August 8th. IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT CITIZENS CUT BACK THEIR USE OF CULINARY WATER BY AT LEAST ONE-THIRD OF THEIR NORMAL USAGE.

Also, please conserve by NOT watering any plants or filling pools that you would normally use culinary water for.

We will keep you updated with posts here online, at the bulletin boards in the post office and credit union, and on KMTI radio.