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Table of Contents Lehi Chamber President’s Message ........................... Page 6

Saratoga Springs City Calendar ................................. Page 20

Chamber Calendar of Events ........................................ Page 8

Saratoga Splash Days ................................................... Page 21

Chamber Golf Benefits..................................................... Page 9

Saratoga Springs Business Alliance......................... Page 22

2016 Chamber Awards ................................................ Page 10

Tractor Supply Co. ....................................................... Page 23

Ambassador Committee ............................................... Page 11

Chubby’s ........................................................................... Page 24

Connect 4 Lunch............................................................ Page 12

Eagle Mountain Mayor’s Message ........................... Page 25

North County Business Summit ................................. Page 13

Eagle Mountain Economic Development ............... Page 26

Lehi Area Chamber Board of Directors .................. Page 14

Eagle Mountain City Calendar .................................... Page 28

Saratoga Springs Mayor’s Message ....................... Page 18

Questar Gas ..................................................................... Page 28

Saratoga Springs Economic Development ............ Page 19

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Chamber Message

Our vision statement reads: “The Lehi Area Chamber of Commerce will be recognized as the leader and catalyst to facilitate business opportunity and prosperity in north Utah County.” We recently had the perfect opportunity to live up to our vision statement. In 2016, we started working on a plan to help secure funding for the much-needed I-15 core infrastructure projects. Working with elected officials at the local and state level, major employers and developers in north Utah County, and community leaders in education, we came together to write a “letter of support” that was signed by all involved. Our letter focused on Utah’s tremendous growth since the great recession and identified key areas that are critical need areas that needed to be addressed. One of the areas identified was north Utah County. We stressed that the inadequate transportation infrastructure was having a major impact on the future of our economic development. One of the first things a major employer looks at when contemplating a move to a new city such as Lehi are the roads. We made the point that investing in needed infrastructure now while interest rates are low verses several years from now when rates and construction costs will likely be much higher was the right decision to make. The letter was emailed two times to each state representative and senator during the 2017 Utah Legislative Session. Many phone calls were also made to help garner support. Being a very tight budget year and with many other pressing needs, we weren’t sure if we would obtain the needed votes. In the end, SB277 passed almost unanimously in both the House and Senate with the help of our local elected officials who helped champion our cause. Rep. Kay Christofferson indicated that our letter had a significant impact in the passage of the bond. The employers that are coming to north Utah County are generally fantastic companies to work for that provide living-wage jobs with excellent benefits. If the growth is going to come, then we feel it is imperative that we are doing everything we can to attract the very best companies. We want our children to be able to receive a quality education and find a career locally rather than leave the state. As president and CEO of the Lehi Area Chamber of Commerce, I am proud that we could play a role in such an important part of our future. I am also very grateful to all of those who came together to help make this happen. When a community comes together to support a worthy cause, great things can and often do happen! Mark R. Welcker President, Lehi Area Chamber of Commerce

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MAY

Chamber Calendar

May 9: Tech Outreach Meeting – Slate office, 8:30 a.m. May 18: Connect 4 Lunch – Olive Garden, 11:45 a.m. May 29: Memorial Day – Office closed May 30: Ambassadors Meeting, 9 a.m. May 29 to June 2: Eagle Mountain Pony Express Days

JUNE

June 5-10: Saratoga Springs Splash Days June 6: Lehi Area Chamber Luncheon, noon, at Adobe June 13: Tech Outreach Meeting – Slate Office, 8:30 a.m. June 21: Connect 4 Lunch – Pleasant Grove/ Lindon Chamber hosting, 11:45 a.m. June 19-24: Lehi Round Up Days June 22: Lehi Cowboy Classic Golf Tournament, 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Fox Hollow June 27: Ambassadors Meeting, 9 a.m. June 27: Saratoga Springs Business Alliance Lunch – Saratoga City Office, 11:30 a.m.

JUNE

July 4: Independence Day – Chamber office closed July 11: Tech Outreach Meeting – Slate office, 8:30 a.m. July 11: Lehi Area Chamber Luncheon - Vivint Solar hosting, 11:45 a.m. July 20: Connect 4 Lunch – Hyatt, 11:45 a.m.

JULY

July 22: Lehi City Foam Day/Resident Appreciation Day (Pioneer Day) July 24: Pioneer Day observed – Chamber office closed July 25: Ambassadors Meeting, 9 a.m.

AUGUST

Aug. 3: Tri Chamber Luncheon – Pleasant Grove hosting (Thursday), noon Aug. 8: Tech Outreach Meeting – Slate Office, 8:30 a.m. Aug. 17: Connect 4 Lunch – American Fork hosting, 11:45 a.m. Aug. 29: Ambassadors Meeting, 9 a.m.

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Sept. 5: Labor Day – Chamber office closed Sept. 12: Tech Outreach Meeting – Slate office, 8:30 a.m. Sept. 12: Lehi Area Chamber Luncheon, noon, Gov. Gary Herbert Sept. 21: Connect 4 Lunch – PG Eleve, 11:45 a.m. Sept. 26: Ambassadors Meeting, 9 a.m. Sept. 26: Saratoga Springs Business Alliance Lunch, 11:30 a.m., city update, free to attend, lunch Included, Saratoga City Offices

OCTOBER

Oct. 3: Lehi Area Chamber Luncheon, noon, Clay Christensen, president of MATC Oct. 10: Tech Outreach Meeting – Slate office, 8:30 a.m. Oct. 19: Connect 4 Lunch – Lehi, 11:45 a.m. Oct. 20-24: Fall Break (Alpine School District) Oct. 28: Halloween on Main, Lehi, 4-6 p.m. Oct. 31: Ambassadors Meeting, 9 a.m.

NOVEMBER

Nov. 7: Tri Chamber Luncheon and Bowling/ Laser Tag at Jack N Jill, Lehi, 11:45 a.m. Nov. 8: Board Mtg. Chamber Office 12:00 Nov. 9: North County Summit, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (PG hosting) Nov. 14: Tech Outreach Meeting – Slate 8:30 Nov. 16: Connect 4 Lunch – Texas Roadhouse 11:45 Nov. 23: Thanksgiving Holiday – Chamber Office Closed Nov. 28: Ambassadors Meeting 9:00 Nov. 28: SSBA Lunch 11:30 Networking Specific Nov. 29: Executive Board Meeting, chamber office, noon

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The Lehi Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors is excited to announced a brand new membership benefit. The chamber has partnered with Talons Cove Golf Club, meaning all chamber members can now golf at Talons Cove! Gold, Community Partner and Trustee members of the chamber can take advantage of this amazing new benefit simply through being a member of the chamber. How does it work? Call the chamber office at 801901-6664 to set up your tee time up to two weeks in advance. The chamber will take it from there and get back with you. There’s only one foursome per day as a chamber, so plan ahead and book as soon as possible. The benefit lasts through the 2017 golf season. The following is included: •Golf Monday through Friday •Carts for each golfer •One foursome per visit •10 percent discounts at the pro shop • Large bucket of practice balls Benefit details are as follows: •Gold members can golf a minimum of three times per golf season

•Community Partner members can golf a minimum of six times •Trustee members can golf a minimum of seven times •As weather permits and extends the golf season and depending on membership usage, additional tee times will be available. •Additional tee times may be purchased as demand and membership grow. Each foursome is valued at $140 (four golfers with carts). This means Gold members receive a $420 value at three golf outings, Community Partner members receive an $840 value at six golf outings and Trustee members receive a $980 value at seven outings. Silver and Bronze chamber members are encouraged to upgrade to a Gold membership as with the $420 value plus the included Annual Cowboy Classic twosome valued at $200, Gold members have already surpassed the cost of their membership. Gold members also still have the value of their prepaid luncheons ($180), the additional marketing benefits and everything else included for Gold members. The total value of a Gold membership is close to $1,000, for which members only pay $600.

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Ambassador Committee

Ambassador Committee welcomes all to the chamber A group of Lehi Area Chamber of Commerce members is going the extra mile to welcome new members to the chamber, help current members get more engaged in the chamber and honor businesses for their achievements. Known as the Ambassador Committee, this group sends its members to visit all new chamber members and participates in events such as ribbon cuttings and recognizing Businesses of the Month. The Ambassador Committee currently has about 18 members and is a formal committee within the chamber. “We mainly handle welcoming new businesses once they join the chamber,” said Carmen Zapata, who is in her second year of serving as chair of the Ambassador The Lehi Area Chamber V A of N Commerce hosts a ribbon cutting for Ace Rents in Committee. Zapata is director of it. Saragota Springs. V l;': sales for the Home 2 Suites by Hilton in Lehi. 0'l rTHM The Ambassador Committee meets on the last TuesSt, J. day of every month. Each month, they receive a list of the chamber’s new members and make assignments for committee members to visit each new chamber member and deliver a welcome tote full of information about other chamber businesses. This helps new membersJ find This fun filled learning experience is History Camps are for boys and girls J sure to enhance your child’s love and ages eight to 11. The 3 day camp runs services locally that can benefit them. appreciation of history. from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Space is limited and a $105 registration fee is required. At chamber events, the committee members are Children are enthralled as they explore J. ipring TxtaL tasked with greeting all members and helping them get the life of a soldier with Johnston’s For more information visit Army in 1861. Campers meet costumed to know each other. The Ambassador Committee also campfloyd.utah.gov J interpreters, learn Jto drill, march, set t or call (801) 768-8932 sends its members to ribbon cuttings and grand openings up camp and so much more. Dry Goods and ensures that there is representation from the cities at O'ÄV,. those events. “For me, it just makes a feeling of community,” Zapata said. “We’re all in this together.” kl lr ... Another responsibility of the committee is selecting j. IS. candidates to be considered for the chamber’s Business of the Month award. At their meetings, the ambassadors nominate three businesses to be considered for the HAIfEY, EITZ award. Chamber members then vote through a ballot on the chamber website for who they think deserves the honor. When a business is selected, the ambassadors go the business and present a plaque, a banner and a cake t from Costco announcing it as Business of the Month. Chamber members interested in being part of the Am"stiTV bassador Committee can find more information on the ... chamber’s website, http://lehiareachamber.com. CAMP FLOYD STATE PARK ..

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lannols, ta Denims, Blue Drills, Apron Checks, ble Diapers, Towelinge, Gruiu Bags, Paddings, Cau- vas. Plantation Twills and Stripes, Osaaburgs, Ac, j FIRST PL00R Satinets aud Union Cassimores in large variety. Tweeds, Jesus, Cotton l'sntnloon- ery, French, Irish und American Drills and Ducks; Linens, Hollands, Blavand

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Stripe, Brown and Bleached Drills, Cerset Jeans,.

makes; Fanry Silks, very rich in style and quality; Lustrines, Aiarcelliu aud J! torence Silks. X oularu's Traveling Dress GoihIs, Paris and Lyons Flounced Silk Robes, Printed Berede, and Jaconet Lawn Robes, Fancy Challis, Bureges, Grenadines, De Laines, French, Knglixh. Scotch and American Lawns, Oi Bandies, Silk Tiisnes, and Poplins, Print ed Jaconets, White and Colored Brilliants, Alpacas, Monslines, De Berge, I rench, Scutch aud Ameri can Ginghams. SHAWL ROOM La Reine de Antilles, and Chene Mantle Shawls, Black, and Colored Silk, Thibit, Cashmere and Printed Stella dr.. White slid Colored Crape do. Talmas, Mantillas and Visettea new patterns. WEITE GOODS ROOM 8hirtings, Pillow and Sheet! ne Linens, Table Dinners, Cloths and Nap kins, Jaconets, Cnaibrics, Tape Checks, Swiss Mulls, Book Muslins, ictona Lawns.. Brocades, uotteu Swiss, Bishop's Lawn, Drapery Muslins Hooped Skirts, Ac. n and Gorman Hosiery, THIRD Gloves and Mitia; French, Swiss and Scotch Em broideries and Laces; Linen, Silk and Cotton Hand kerchiefs, Cravats, Tailors' Trimmings, Parasols, Ciubrollas, a large stock of Variety and fancy . Goods, etc., etc. RIBBON ROOM 41 complete assortment of Bonnet Ribbons of latest Spring Styles, Taffetas, Dress Trimmings, Berege, Love and Cbiutilla V eils, etc. rOUKTll FLOGK A large line oi ru u brands of French, English and American Prints, vix: Hoyle's, Potter's, Schwabe's, Brooks', Phillip Allen's, Pacific, Bay State, Washington, American. Spracue's, Bunnell's, Manchester, Jack son, Cocheco, Concstoga, Union, Atlantic, Ac. '

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WE are now prepared to exhibit our usual exten sive and varied stock of' STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, for the Spring Trade, asking special attention to our stock of Dress Goods, comprising all that is rich in fabric and new in style. Our stock, embracing, as it does, every department of the trade, is unsurpassed by t hat of any other Mouse in the countrv, and wilrse kept full and complete throughout the seusoii. With the simple addition of freight aud exchange, we will duplicate any in voice ot Goods bought m New lore. He snow in our BASEMENT Brown and Bleached Shirtings and Sheetimrs, Tickings, ShirtiUR Tweeds and

THE subscribers would resictfuily inform the public that they have secured aa aiamry to seil the 86y0ur manuCwturers are rapidly availthat they wilt abuts named Shingle Machiue, aud fill all orders on short uotiire. - One of these Maing themselves of tbe new field for their chine has been on exhibition for several days in handiwork opened to them bv our treaty this city, and its superior merit U acknowledged by with Japan, - One of the oldest piano-fort- e all. Person who may doubt the ability of this machine will do wtll to enquire of our Lumlier dealmakers in New. York, is prepared to send ers, Mr. Glover and Mr. Fergus, and any person in out a fine in strument in charge of Mr. Brown, the city who has seen the machine iu operation. ' a Missionary. The first piano in Utah was . The Machine saws Shingles as smooth as if plaued," and at the rate of two thonsaud per hour. We sent from a New York city factory, and was would also state that we can fumifch; Engines suffover hundreds of dragged in a hand-ca- rt icient to tin this Machine oa short notice,- and on miles of desert and through ceuntless rapid reasonable terms.. Call and et Ciscuh.r or desiring Circulars, who will send us their adstreams. The sacred echoes of Palestine . .. e dress,-can have them sent by mail. have also been awakened by the- sonorous Oflice corner of Main and Second streere. Gotham piano-fort- e. . , j ; ! KRATZ A UEILMAN. . tones of J Jaa21-- m -

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Three hundred and eighty-seve- n men in this Territory live each with seven women and upwards (13 of the 387 each having over ID women who bear children by them), i aw men nave eacn eve women And up wards wbo live with, and bear children by them, 1,100 men each live with four women and upwards ; and from the last estimate I have been able to make, 1,400 men each live with more than one woman; 7 men have mother and daughter for wives ! one man living within a thousand yards of t' e flag staff at Camp Floyd, one the mother of the other, and both wuL with good luck, in a few weeks, be delivered of children by , - him. : sv, i t Now if your readers and other good peo ple in Christian society think your question is answered, I shall be glad to have contrib " Dis uted to your stock of mformatten. tance lends enchantment to the view," and you quiet people at home are busying your delves with home matters, little thinking of the awful clouds that are gathering on your country's horizon. You are not yet done with Mormons, nor Utah. Ao, not yet com meticed with it. It is no infant "ism got up in a day; but has been since 1831 gathering strength. . It is now'a powerful church organization, numbering 27,000 in Utah, and over 200,000 souls in the old States; while in Europe it numbers over one million souls. Its head aud chief here is called Brisrham Young, though he is the mere agent of rei resoutivtive ot the imn. its resources are equally extensive, commanding more tlmn twelve millions of dollars, three millions of which are in the United States, the balance in Europe. It is a pleasing ism sweet and palateable to tho taste of the licentious, wordly-lik- e men, and especially, the infidel It has M)ssession of more men's minds, and woman s, too, tltau is dreamed ot by tne tin-i- n i tinted; and takes readily with those who seek only gain or gratification. But why deprecate its progress or jiower? I answer, because the Government lias vir- tttally sanctioned its'" doctrines polygamy, incest and ulL The Supreme Judge here. (St. Clair) is holding court, and has charged the jury to inquire into the extent of u lygamy, &c, but states that when they have found the facts in the case," then his and their Then comes duties have been performed forward the Attorney General, who delivers himself of a heavy load, and coming ns he does, direct from Pennsylvania and the President, we can but suppose he C has the documents in his pocket ; " and he says we can do nothing agaiust " this people's poligamy, presentments to offer, &c." no aud he has So; we are in Turkey, without even Turkey's laws.

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for many vears chief Clerk in the House JOHN HURLEY A Co., begs to otlor his services as Commissieu Merchant, to the friends and patrons of that house, now that it has retired from business. With tliis end iu view I have formed a shiit with Mr. E. W. llsntou, senior of the old and well kuowu firm of E. W. Beutou A Co., under the uauie aud style ot BENTON AKING, to take place from the 1st of May, prox. X lie suimcrioer n irnu. vue in ii)iinit iii"ti n i it l. r. i a v , w i oi i lie oiu nouse oi have had opiortuuities of experiencing the promptness and ability with which he attended to their business. Very respectfully, THOMAS KING, Corner of Lafayette and New Levee streets. aun-S-- y New Oi loans, April 27, 1S58.

MJS BVtIM BHH Ol. II FlU.n JL AGAIN. ALL IS A HOWES, Forwarding and Commissio.1 Merchants, Rectifiers of the celebrated Magnolia W hisky, Dealers in all kinds of Produce anierior Old Bonrtmn and Rye Whiskies, and For-- . eign and Domestic Liquors, Ac., Water street. dour above Viue, Kvansville, Ind.

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leans, for the sale of butter, cheese, lard, eirgs, dried fruits, Flour, Meat and all sorts of Western Pro c. tarn duce, and for the nurcliase oi .urocuriee, mal y advances made on consignments.

It CO., U'JTKM Tk,BB. WB treet. Kvansville, Indiana, Wholesale Deal ers in Groceries and alt kinds of Produce, Nails, Glass, White Liuio, Cement, Cotton Yarn, White Lead. Linseed Oil. Ac, Ac. Also, constantly on nam! a full stock of Sash, Panel Doors, Ac, of all sines.

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MJBVJWMTISM CVBBMI WITHOUT SARaAPA- by Dr. T. McGOWN'S R1LLA and IODIDE OF POTASH, the great Blood Puriuer aud Health Restorer, prepared from Frosh Ruot, the only kind worthy the confidence lmorted roet lieing inert. The components of this niediciue are highly extolled by some of the most distinguished physicians in the world, as Sir Wm. Fordyce, Brodie, Bell, Ac, for the cure of Rheumatism, Scrofula, Diseases of Neuralgia, White Swelling, Syphillis, the Kidneys, Liver, Spine and Skin Dropsy, Female Complaints. Old Soles, Pimples on the Face, Ac. It makes the skin clear and smooth an object of interest with the ladies. It removes vaercury, or any impurities of the blood or system, aud should be used in the Spring to purify the blood and pre' vent siekuess. Price, tl a bottle. McGown's Essence Tar, a certain cure for Bowel Complaints, as Diarrhea, Dyseiitery.Flnx, Ac. Tar, Spring Liniment, aud Vermifuge, unparalc lied for its success. ' The three above medicines prepared by. II. 8. ntdlirs, Memphis, Tennen.. Sold iu Evansville by Kki.lkb A White, Leisch A Karltedt, Dr. John

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I Market stroet. Kvansville, Ind., will on Imud and make to order every variety of The Trade supplied Cane and Wood teut tHAIKS. at lowest rates. Hotels, Steamboats and Uallsfur- uislied promptly to order. All work warranted,

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tlieTCoiiary, on Inland ami Fin Sinkt. lis will als receive nppliratioiia, for LIKE INSURANCE. Mo will attend to the Adjustment of Loses of every description under policies from other agencies, and attend to the settlement of all Matter connected with INSURANCE, for parties Interested. His hng experience as an Ixsurakck ArKNT, has made him familiar with all subjects eonnerted with lu.nrnuce. MT utHce, M irblo Hull Building, No. O Slain xt.

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Remember, 43 Main street, between First and WM. J. DKTJBLKH. Second. septU 0 1. Mt HJ X. B JlJVU BBTJiV WW BOOK ft STATIONERY STORE. Just received and for sale by the subscriber, a large and splendid assortment of Books and Stationery, consisting in part of COO Reams ot Cap, Letter and Note Paper ; 600 Quire of Blank Books, from 10c. to (1.50 per quire ; 150,000 assorted Envelopes ; Memorandum Books of all kinds ; also, a large as- -, sortinent of School Books ; Bibles of all kinds ; all kinds of Miscellaneous Works ; Gold Pens of all kinds ; Steel Pens of every brand ; Gold and Silver Penholders and Pencils ; Pocket Books and Port- -' monnais of every description ; Musical Instruments cf all kinds ; Sheet Music and Music Paper; Drawing Paper and Pictures ; Slates and Pencils ; Ink and Inkstands ; and many other articles too numerous to mention, all of which will be sohl at the very lowest price fur cash. J. HEALY, . Foster's Block, corner of Main and First streets. angl4

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Fsncy aud staple articles, which will be sold low,

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fa-IIoJohn M. Botis, of Virginia, recently made a strong speech before a po litical convention in that State, in which he Ironically denominated the respective parties of the country as the "Opposition," and the "Imposition parties applying thelatter ' ' epithet to the Democracy. ' :

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Saratoga Springs Mayor’s Message Located at the crossroads of northwest Utah County on the shores of Utah Lake, Saratoga Springs boasts beautiful lakeshore living, a quiet and rural atmosphere, great air quality, superb views and a central location. Residents enjoy easy access to recreational opportunities within the city with new opportunities being added and planned each year. Saratoga Springs is committed to responsible and balanced growth while providing a high quality of life for our residents. We continue to see rapid growth as one of the fastest-growing cities in Utah. We continue to see more residents and businesses choose Saratoga Springs as their new home. About 28,000 residents call Saratoga Springs home and enjoy our quiet suburban location with expansive views of Mt. Timpanogos and Utah Lake. The city continues to attract new commercial, office and residential growth while providing a high quality of life for its residents by planning for neighborhood and regional parks and schools and creating job opportunities for our residents. I invite you to enjoy all that Saratoga Springs has to offer and find out for yourself why “life’s just better here.” Jim Miller Mayor of Saratoga Springs

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Saratoga Springs Economic Development Message The City of Saratoga Springs has seen a 57 percent growth in population since 2010 as one of the fastest-growing cities in Utah. Approximately 28,000 people call Saratoga Springs home and as a region, the northern Utah County area continues to experience rapid development and growth. With Pioneer Crossing, Market Street and Riverside Drive completed, Saratoga Springs is seeing new commercial growth in the core of our city. Tractor Supply opened in 2016 and Smith’s Marketplace will open in June 2017. We expect to see additional commercial and retail uses announce Saratoga Springs as their new home in the coming year. With the expansion of Redwood Road and the first phase of Mountain View Corridor scheduled for construction over the next two years, Saratoga Springs is quickly becoming the regional epicenter of Saratoga Springs, Eagle Mountain and western Lehi. The projected growth of residential and commercial development in Saratoga Springs will include urban centers, regional retail, transit-oriented development, town neighborhood, business park, office warehouse, neighborhood commercial, regional retail, traditional neighborhood, a master planned subdivision, and resort and hospitality uses. Owen Jackson Saratoga Springs Economic Development Manager

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Saratoga Springs City Calendar June 5-10: Saratoga Splash Days, Neptune Park June 12, 19 & 26: Summer Celebration Series, 5 to 9 p.m., Neptune Park July 21-22: Youth Drama Camp/Production, Harvest Elementary School July 3, 10, 17 & 31: Summer Celebration Concert Series, 5 to 9 p.m., Neptune Park Aug. 7, 14, 21 & 28: Summer Celebration Concert Series, 5 to 9 p.m., Neptune Park Sept. 11: Summer Celebration Concert Series, 5 to 9 p.m., Neptune Park Oct. 6: It’s Fall Festival, 6 to 8 p.m., Shay Park Nov. 27: Christmas Tree Lighting, 7 p.m., Neptune Park Dec. 1: Second Polar Express, Shay Park Dec. 4: “The Messiah,” 7 p.m., Westlake High School Dec. 8: Home Decorating Contest Kick-Off Dec. 11: Orchestra Holiday Concert, 7 p.m., Vista Heights Middle School

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Saratoga Splash Days Saratoga Springs holds its annual city celebration, Saratoga Splash Days, during the second week of June. This year, the celebration will be held June 5-10. The 2017 theme is “Salute to Saratoga” to celebrate the 20 years Saratoga Springs has been a city. From Food Truck Monday to the Community Fair, Splash Days offers a wide variety of activities full of family fun. The week will begin on June 5 with food trucks offering yummy treats at Neptune Park while the Saratoga Springs Arts Council’s fifth annual family sidewalk chalk art contest takes place nearby. The Saratoga Springs Community Orchestra will also perform. The week will proceed with events including the Saratoga Springs Library’s summer reading kick-off event and a giant city water party, the Saratoga Splash Bash, with water balloon launchers, water slides and water games. Prepare to get wet! More family fun will occur at the Family Game Night on June 8 at Neptune Park as the free games include 80-person Twister, a family tug-of-war and a family Hula Hoop contest. A free concert featuring the band No Limits will be presented on June 9 at Neptune Park with fireworks following the concert. On June 10, the Grand Parade will begin at 10 a.m. Other events that day will include a car show, the Family Fun Carnival and a watermelon-eating contest. Entries are now being accepted for the Grand Parade (deadline is June 2) and advance registration is now available for some events. Complete information and registration for events can be found online at www.saratogaspringscity.com/ splash.

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SSBA

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Business is about relationships, and the Saratoga Springs Business Alliance helps local business owners and employees create those relationships. Formed in March of 2012, the SSBA was the result of local entrepreneur Neil Bryce’s desire to make connections with local businesses while he started an online TV station. He was exploring the possibility of starting a chamber of commerce in Saratoga Springs when the Lehi Area Chamber of Commerce offered to allow his organization to operate under its umbrella. After running the alliance with a small committee for several years, Bryce handed off leadership of the organization at the beginning of 2015 to Ryan Blohm, owner of the State Farm Insurance office in Saratoga Springs and an active SSBA member. The organization has grown since its beginning and is dedicated to helping all the new businesses coming to the area succeed. The SSBA focuses on three areas: networking, advocacy and education. The alliance provides opportunities for businesses to interact and acts as a voice for businesses on city issues. For example, the alliance holds a quarterly lunch with speakers addressing topics that can help people with their businesses. Cost to attend the luncheon is $5 for Lehi chamber members and $10 for

nonmembers. Everyone - not just alliance members - is welcome to attend. The meetings provide chances to hear from experts about various business-related topics, but they also give SSBA members a chance to network with each other. “I think that it’s helpful for businesses owners to get together and rub shoulders and talk about ways that the business community can improve, especially on a local level,” Blohm said. Once a year, the alliance has a city representative speak to the group about issues and projects that may affect businesses, and some meetings are held without guest speakers so members can spend the time in discussion with each other. To join the SSBA, one simply needs to join the Lehi Area Chamber of Commerce. If the business is located in Saratoga Springs, membership in the SSBA comes automatically with Lehi chamber membership, and those who join can then enjoy all the benefits of being part of the Lehi chamber as well. Those interested in joining the Lehi Area Chamber of Commerce and the SSBA can visit www.lehichamber. org or send an email to lehichamber@gmail.com. For specific information about the Saratoga Springs Business Alliance, contact Ryan Blohm at 801-836-0387.

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Tractor Supply Co.

Tractor Supply Co. offers much more than tractor parts Despite the name, they don’t sell tractors. But they do sell parts to fix tractors, along with a long list of other products ranging from everything needed to run a farm and care for pets and livestock to sporting goods, hardware, lawn and garden items, clothing and home decor. Tractor Supply Co. has been operating for about 80 years and has just over 1,600 stores nationwide. The brand is familiar to many in the United States, but it’s fairly new to Utah, with its first store opening in the state about two and a half years ago. There are now 15 Tractor Supply Co. stores in Utah including the Saratoga Springs location at 1303 N. Exchange Drive that opened in June of 2016. The company is particularly popular for its animal feed - whether for cats, dogs, pigeons, chinchillas, rodents, horses, cows, pigs or chickens. They carry the best feed available on the market, said Henry Lucke, manager of the Saratoga Springs Tractor Supply Co. store. “That’s what we’re known for, is our feed. But we’re so much more than a feed store,” Lucke said. Whether one is in the market for a safe, a compressor or seasonal decor, they’ll find it at Tractor Supply Co. Henry helped open the Tractor Supply Co. store in Perry, Utah, then opened and ran the store in Salem before opening and managing the Saratoga Springs store. He likes the fun working environment at the stores and has noted that each store is unique. For example, the Saratoga Springs store is more of a commuter store because its mornings and evenings are very busy as commuters stop to shop. There’s also a big interest in the Saratoga Springs and Eagle Mountain area in keeping chickens and ducks, and many people come into get feed for those animals, he said. From its beginning, the Saratoga Springs store has been involved in its community. It joined the Lehi Area Chamber of Commerce and sponsored the Pony Express

Days celebration in 2016, something it will do again this year. Tractor Supply Co. sponsors the national FFA convention each year, and the Saratoga Springs store follows suit by partnering with local FFA groups. FFA students have to accomplish certain things outside of school and Lucke said his store is there to help them. Students have set up petting zoos in the Saratoga Springs store’s parking lot as well as informational booths. “If you go into FFA, you have to be dedicated. That’s where we come in. We can help,” Henry said, adding that he currently has three FFA students working on his staff. Henry was recently honored for his support of FFA programs at the Utah State FFA Convention when he was presented with a Utah State FFA Honorary Degree. The Saratoga Springs store is also very involved with 4-H, allowing clubs to use the store’s parking lot for club events. For members of the community, the store welcomes animals and even hosts special picture days on Halloween and near Christmas when animal owners can bring their pets in and have their picture taken for free. Dogs that are brought in know about the treats awaiting them at the registers and children often bring in their pets to introduce them to Tractor Supply Co. employees. “They want to show off what they’re proud of. And that’s kind of what we’re about, is that enthusiasm of Tractor Supply. They know us,” Henry said. “It becomes the kids’ favorite store and the parents’ favorite store too.” 23


Chubby’s

Chubby’s Neighborhood Cafe opens to excited locals About seven years ago, brothers Tom and Mike Moak decided to open a cafe in Pleasant Grove that would reflect the food their mother used to make. She grew up poor in the red hills of Mississippi, and some of their favorite foods were inexpensive but delicious dishes such as fried bologna sandwiches, homemade biscuits with tomato gravy and rice with SOS gravy. Chubby’s Neighborhood Cafe has since become a popular eatery in Pleasant Grove. Residents in northwest Utah County, however, can now more conveniently enjoy the Chubby’s experience as a second Chubby’s has opened at 1284 Redwood Road in Saratoga Springs. The co-owners of the Saratoga Springs location are Will Moak, a third Moak brother, and Ryan Schooley. After finding the perfect location and completing extensive renovations, Moak and Schooley opened their restaurant just before Christmas in 2016 to enthusiastic patrons. “The response from the public has been way beyond my expectations,” Schooley said, adding that there is a surprisingly large Chubby’s fan base in the Saratoga Springs/Eagle Mountain area that has been thrilled to have one open in their neighborhood. The area’s resi-

dential growth with few restaurant options has also brought in business. In the end, though, the food is really what keeps customers coming back. “People love the food,” Schooley said. “I can’t tell you how many people have come up and been like, this food is incredible. You guys have got a good thing going.” The Moak family is originally from Louisiana, so there are some uniquely Southern items available at Chubby’s like hush puppies and jambalaya. Burgers are the stars of the show, but unique sides include the beer-battered fries and scones with honey butter. They also make shakes in about 20 different flavors.

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Eagle Mountain Mayor’s Message

By now it’s no secret that Eagle Mountain is growing quickly. In 2016, we celebrated our 20th year as a city, home builders were issued more than 600 residential building permits and our population rose above 31,000 people. With that growth comes tremendous opportunity for economic development. Retail growth in Eagle Mountain is hitting its stride with new businesses opening in both the Ranches and in the City Center and developers investing aggressively to make new retail pads available to businesses. Eagle Mountain City is primed not only for retail growth but for industrial growth as well. The city has recently been working with key partners and developers to create a top-tier offering of industrial sites ready for anyone in need of large acreage and high volume utility service. Developers are also investing in small to medium industrial sites with prime access for transportation access. In Eagle Mountain, we believe that we exist to serve our residents and our community. Businesses are a critical component of our community and we want to support them in any way we can. From the smallest homebased business to the largest industrial manufacturing facility, we want to make your business our priority.

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One of the ways we are working to support businesses is by keeping business licensing fees reasonable and the process simple. You won’t find any overly burdensome red tape to cut through just to get your business up and running. Another way we are supporting businesses is by investing in our local chamber of commerce. The chamber offers our business community great opportunities to get to know other business owners, to participate in informative business discussions, to hear from state and local elected officials, and, perhaps most importantly, to gain exposure in their communities. Eagle Mountain has existed largely as a bedroom community for its short 20-year history, but things are changing at a rapid pace now. As the population continues to increase in Eagle Mountain, the value of retail opportunities will continue to go up. Industrial customers will also benefit from the availability of a robust and particularly well-educated employee pool. If those opportunities sound like something you have been looking for, we have one thing to say to you: we are ready to help you in any way we can. Eagle Mountain Mayor Christopher Pengra

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Eagle Mountain Economic Development Message

Let’s talk business. Our business community helps contribute to a thriving, vibrant community that makes Eagle Mountain an amazing place to live and work. Thanks to those businesses, Eagle Mountain is constantly changing and transforming. It is thrilling to work side by side with so many businesses that pour their heart and soul into this community as well as their businesses. Their dedication pushes us as a city to new heights and to believe that we truly can become the most dynamic and desirable city. In the past 12 months, we have seen so many new businesses open their doors and provide tremendous service to our residents. The list of businesses continues to grow and we welcome the opportunities that the future will bring to

help grow that list even larger and strengthen our community. Along with building up our business community, Eagle Mountain City is committed to creating an amazing place to live. This starts with building up our infrastructure to be able to meet the demands of a growing business community and a booming residential community. From water to roads, we want to ensure that we are able to provide a structurally sound city that allows residents and businesses to feel safe. Creating an amazing place to live does not exclude having fun. We currently have the tremendous opportunity to build an expansive regional park that spans about 60 acres. When completed, it will house top-notch baseball and soccer facili-

ties along with playgrounds, trails and other amenities for children and families of all sizes and abilities to enjoy. Along with this, we have allocated $1 million in matching funds for residents to work with us to beautify Eagle Mountain. One of Eagle Mountain City’s unique features is its access to outdoor recreation. With miles of walking, biking, horseback riding and ATV trails to choose from, outdoor enthusiasts of all sorts can take in the beauty the Cedar Valley has to offer. We have made strong commitments to make these a priority and to help expand our amenities in these areas in order to build up what we have and to attract people to our city. It is an exciting time to live, work and play in Eagle Mountain! Aaron Sanborn Eagle Mountain Economic Development Manager

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Eagle Mountain Calendar of Events

May 30-June 3: Pony Express Days May 30: Fun Bike Ride and Pancake Dinner. Bike Ride will start at City Hall and follow along the trail to Unity Pass and back. A pancake dinner will be held at City Hall after the bike ride. May 31: Family Fun Night, 4 to 8 p.m., Nolen Park. June 1 through 3: Carnival, vendor booths, food vendors and entertainment stage at Nolen Park. Hours: June 1, 4 to 10 p.m.; June 2 and 3, noon to 11 p.m. June 2: Adventure Bike Ride and Campout. Registered participants will meet at City Hall and venture out on the Pony Express Trail. Campout will take place around Calio and participants will head back to Eagle Mountain the following morning. June 3: 5K Charity Run, SilverLake Stake Center. June 3: Parade, 10 a.m., Hidden Hollow. June 3: Fireworks, dusk (usually 10 p.m.), Cory B. Wride Memorial Park. Parking at Frontier Middle School.

Pony Express Days Pony Express Days is Eagle Mountain City’s annual festival celebrating the community and its historical ties to the Pony Express Trail. It is held annually during the first week of June. The 2017 Pony Express Days celebration will be held the week of May 29 to June 3. The events will include the Bike Ride and Pancake Dinner on May 30 starting at 6 p.m. at the Eagle Mountain City Hall. The Pancake Dinner will be served by the mayor and city council. The Pony Express Rodeo will be held May 26, 27 and 29 at the Pony Express Memorial Park Arena (4447 Major St.) and is managed by Pony Express Special Events, a civic committee. Pony Express Special Events will also present the Demolition Derby on June 3. Tickets for these two events are available at www. ponyexpressspecialevents.com.

The Pony Express Days Grand Parade will be held on June 3 at 10 a.m. As part of the Grand Parade this year, Pony Express Days will be conducting its first Float Contest. Entry is open to organizations, groups, clubs, churches, businesses, residents and schools. For more information, visit http://eaglemountaincity.org/ community/pony-express-days.

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Questar Gas

Questar Gas opens Western Regional Center

In 2014, Eagle Mountain citizens voted in favor of selling the city’s utility system. When the city and Questar Gas completed the acquisition in early 2015, the latter set to work tying its natural gas system to Eagle Mountain’s 120 miles of main lines and service lines. In addition to a new network of pipelines, the gas company gained a need for a service center able to serve 6,600 new customers and surrounding communities. Eagle Mountain City officials, along with Questar Gas executives and employees, celebrated the opening of Questar Gas’s Western Regional Center on Sept. 29, 2016, with a traditional ribbon cutting. “Eagle Mountain is one of the fastest-growing cities in the state,” said Colleen Larkin Bell, Questar Gas vice president and general manager. “The strategic location of this facility puts us right in the middle of that growth and enhances our ability to provide safe, reliable and affordable energy for our customers.” While the 21,000-square-foot facility isn’t a public building, meaning customers cannot go there to pay their gas bills, it centralizes dozens of service technicians so they can provide more efficient service to the area. It serves the headquarters of Questar Gas’s western region and takes care of Eagle Mountain and

surrounding communities, including Saratoga Springs and most of Bluffdale. Located on seven acres near the intersection of Cedar Fort Road and Mt. Airey Drive, the center can accommodate up to 100 employees and has a separate welding shop for pipe fabrication, CNG fueling facilities for service and crew vehicles, a supply warehouse and a three-bay vehicle service garage. Questar Gas relocated most of the employees who worked at a neighboring center to the new Eagle Mountain location and even hired several former Eagle Mountain employees who were familiar with the system.

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Six Sisters Deli

Local restaurant re-creates New York deli experience

Monica Rogers spent 20 years living in New York City and working in the Italian deli business. When she had the opportunity to open her own place in Eagle Mountain, she wanted to recreate that experience as accurately as possible. The result Six Sisters Deli & Grille, which Rogers opened in early 2014 at 3535 E. Ranches Parkway. Its offerings include sandwiches, burgers, wraps, salads and treats. “When people walk in here, if they have been back East or have worked back East, they will recognize immediately what we do,” Rogers said. “We are an Italian deli.” Rogers grew up in New Mexico and Utah before moving to New York after high school to work as a nanny. There she met her first husband, who came from an Italian deli family, so she went into the business and worked in every aspect of it. “Food was my life. It was my business,” she said. Eventually she became a chef and worked in high-end restaurants. After divorcing her husband, Rogers returned to Utah with her children and built a business as a private chef and restaurant consultant. Time passed, her children grew up and she remarried - and her attention turned to the possibility of fulfilling her lifelong dream of owning her own restaurant. A resident of Eagle Mountain, Rogers felt like something was missing from her city and that she could help fill the gap. “The whole time I was back East, every little town had that local joint, whether it was a coffee shop, a deli, a cafe, whatever it was, every town had that little local joint where they came to gather, hear stories and have a good meal,” Rogers said. Many of Utah’s older towns have that special location, but younger cities like Eagle Mountain don’t have that culture. “When this space opened, we jumped on it,” she said. It was “quite a journey” to find local sources for the products needed to mimic a New York deli, Rogers said. She found a bakery in Murray to make Six Sisters’ artisan breads and all its Italian meats are obtained from a small salami maker in Salt Lake City. The restaurant makes its dishes “on site from scratch,” including its sauces and roasted meats. “We feel so complimented when people from back East walk into our restaurant and say, ‘Whoa, this is a New York deli,’” Rogers said. Her restaurant is located in Utah, however, and Rogers knew that burgers and fries are popular items here, as is fry sauce. For this reason, burgers and fries are on her menu, and they are made from scratch just like the Italian sandwiches. Rogers tried a lot of different fry sauces before finding one she liked and re-creating it for her restaurant. She describes it as “more on the mayo side.”

The restaurant has limited kitchen space and can’t offer all items all the time, so each day a special is available. On Mondays, the deli roasts a top round beef roast and offers a roast beef dip sandwich. On Tuesdays, the special is a meatball or chicken parmesan sandwich. On Wednesdays, it’s a prime sirloin cheesesteak sandwich, and on Thursdays the special is a Reuben with pastrami on marbled rye bread with Russian dressing. Rogers said she believes her Reuben is the best Reuben in Utah. On Fridays, customers can enjoy fish and chips with the fish dusted in cornmeal and Old Bay seasoning. On Saturdays, Rogers goes back to her New Mexico roots and offers a green chili stew served on a bed of tater tots and topped with two eggs, cheese, salsa, sour cream and guacamole. “It’s just a big old mess of deliciousness,” Rogers said. Rogers recently opened her second location, called 6S at Cedar Hills, at the Cedar Hills Community Recreation Center at 10640 Clubhouse Drive. This restaurant has more of a grill focus with menu items including burgers, sandwiches, wraps and treats. At the beginning of 2017, Six Sisters Deli & Grill began making hot lunches for a local charter school three times a week. This partnership allows the business to utilize the school’s commercial kitchen, providing Six Sisters with more preparation and food storage space. “This community has just embraced us so positively,” Rogers said. “We’ve been very well supported locally.”

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