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LOCAL NEWS • PEOPLE • BUSINESS • SCHOOLS • SPORTS • EVENTS
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THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 2014
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City authority
limited on
private land
developments
BY JENNIFFER WARDELL
Associate Editor
A CLOSEUP of the destroyed house, which
is still in place on the property.
Photo by Louise R. Shaw | Davis Clipper
FAMILY SPOKESPERSON David Utrilla
speaks for his family (shown seated) while
Scott Kjar, one of the Eaglepointe Estates
partners, looks on.
Photo by Dan Metcalf | Davis Clipper
North Salt Lake landslide:
Recovery, questions in aftermath
BY DAN METCALF
Online editor
NORTH SALT LAKE
— One week after a massive
landslide destroyed a home
and part of a sports club,
those caught in the middle are
moving forward even though
many questions remain.
As for the Utrilla family,
whose home was demolished
by the slide – their prospects
look good.
The owners of Eaglepointe,
Index
the North Salt Lake real
estate development firm, have
stepped up to help the Utrilla
family.
Scott Kjar, one of the Eaglepointe Estates partners spoke
to members of the media on
Friday and announced that
his company would donate a
$130,000 lot of the family’s
choice anywhere within the
subdivision.
Kjar also asked for community and business donations to
help build a new home for the
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Utrillas, and hoped to raise
another $500,000.
“We invite everyone to
share their burden and get
them back into a home,” said
Kjar.
Family spokesman David
Utrilla also spoke during the
news conference and thanked
Kjar and his partners for taking responsibility.
David’s parents, his adult
siblings, nieces and nephews
all barely escaped the slide in
the early hours of August 5.
Utrilla said the family lost
everything in the slide, and
that some things cannot be
replaced.
Even so, Utrilla expressed
thanks to all who’ve donated
to the family since the slide.
“If you had to pick a place
for something like this to
happen, this is the right place,”
said Utrilla. “People have
been so wonderful to our
family.”
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CENTERVILLE — When it comes to
guarding against potential landslides on private property, city officials say there’s only so
much they can do.
Geologic reports say that the hills of Davis
County are full of historic
landslides, fault lines and
deposits of gravel that all “If you say no
contribute to the ground’s
without what
instability under certain
circumstances. Though
the law conNorth Salt Lake, Bountiful, Centerville and other siders to be a
cities have passed zoning
good enough
regulations to ease the
pressure on the hillsides,
reason (the
the state’s private propdeveloper)
erty laws mean that their
jurisdictions extend only
sues you.”
so far.
– Cory Snyder,
“Case law says you
have to have a significant community development director
public cause to say no (to
someone who wants to
for Centerville
build on private property),” said Centerville
Community Development Director Cory
Snyder. “If you say no without what the law
considers to be a good enough reason, (the
developer) sues you.”
Though city staff say that neither Centerville nor Bountiful have had a landslide that
affected homes in at least the last decade, Snyder said that there are some secondary surface
fault ruptures through existing developments.
There have also been debris slides in uninhabited areas.
To help combat the risk, Centerville officials
have created hillside overlay zoning, as well as
a foothills plan that determines how much of
the hillside can safely be developed. Still, Snyder said that even the most detailed surveys
can only determine so much.
“I don’t think there’s an engineer out there
who can provide a guarantee,” he said. “All they
can provide is risk management.”
In Bountiful, city engineer and public
works director Paul Rowland said that most
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News CLIPPER • THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 2014
Crime Briefs
Compiled by Clipper Online Editor Dan Metcalf
Narcotics squad raids Layton
home; seven arrested in bust
LAYTON – The Davis Metro Narcotics Unit
arrested seven people in connection with a drug rad in
Layton on Monday, August 4.
Sgt. Brady Fitzpatrick told
the Clipper the raid was a
culmination of an investigation that began in June, when
an undercover informant
was able to buy heroin from
an alleged drug dealer.
Early in the morning of
Aug. 4, Fitzpatrick said the
Davis Metro Narcotics team
served a warrant at 956 W.
Gordon Ave. in Layton, with
assistance of the North Davis
S.W.A.T. team.
He said the “no-knock”
raid resulted in the arrest
of several people inside the
home, but it wasn’t until a
short time later that 35-yearold Christopher Lovell and
18-year-old Baylee Wagner
showed up at the scene and
were also arrested.
Fitzpatrick said Lovell
was the prime target of their
investigation, and that the
others who were arrested
would face various drug and
drug possession charges.
Besides Lovell and
Wagner, 31-year-old William
Hicks, 40-year-old Charisse
Rahter, 34-year-old Brandon
Hess, 39-year-old Bradley
Christensen and 34-year-old
Myranda Dotson were also
arrested.
Sgt. Fitzpatrick said officers confiscated scales and
other drug paraphernalia,
along with a small amount of
heroin at the scene.
He said neighbors had
complained for months
about noise and a large
number of people who were
always at the home.
Lovell faces four felony
accusations including theft
by deception, possession,
and two intent to distribute
charges. He was held in lieu
of $25,723 bail.
Layton man accused of sexual
relations with a teenage girl
LAYTON – Police say
a 21-year-old Layton man
was arrested and faces sex
abuse charges following an
investigation into
inappropriate
activities
with a
teenaged
girl.
According to
Layton
Police
Lt. Travis
Lyman, Austin Joseph Barker was taken into custody on
Tuesday, Aug. 5, after the alleged victim told a counselor
she had a sexual affair with
the suspect.
Lyman said the victim,
now 15 years old claimed
she had a sexual relationship
with Barker between June
2013 and May of this year.
Lyman said the victim
claimed some of the sexual
encounters were consensual,
but that she was not willing
to participate in others.
The victim also claimed
that Barker showed her a
pornographic video and
texted her to arrange for sex,
according to investigators.
Lyman said Barker admitted to investigators that he
and the alleged victim had
engaged in “some touching”
but then refused to speak
with police without an attorney present.
Lyman said investigators
were looking through text
messages for evidence of
communication between
Barker and the alleged
victim.
Barker faces six felony
charges including dealing in
harmful material to a minor,
unlawful sexual activity with
a minor, two counts of forcible sodomy, sexual exploitation of a minor and enticing
a minor over the internet.
He was held in lieu of
$250,000 cash bail.
New prototype elementary opens doors
BY LOUISE R. SHAW
Clipper Staff Writer
WOODS CROSS —
The finishing touches
are being put on Davis
School District’s newest
elementary school, and
teachers will start moving
in next week.
By Aug. 21, Odyssey
Elementary will open to
the public for a ribbon
cutting ceremony at 6:30
p.m. The Woods Cross
school is the first elementary school to be completed using a two-story
design that is expected to
be used for future district
elementary schools.
The prototype was developed so that less land
would be necessary and
for energy-use savings.
Odyssey, in fact, is on
track to be a “net zero”
facility and qualify for
“gold leaf” certification,
according to Superintendent Bryan Bowles.
The Davis School District Board of Education
approved $760,000 to
install solar panels, and
have applied for a grant
from Rocky Mountain
Power that would reimburse them for potentially half that amount.
Bowles hopes students
will learn more about
conserving energy and
protecting the environment as a result of the
school’s features.
School leaders plan to
introduce innovations
such as the “sOccket,”
which is marketed by
Harvard grads.
The soccer ball collects
kinetic energy as it is
kicked and the energy
can later be used to
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Davis
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ODYSSEY ELEMENTARY will open its doors to students this fall. A ribbon cutting ceremony is
scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 21 at 6:30 p.m. at 2050 S. 1955 West.
Photo by Louise R. Shaw | Davis Clipper
power electrical appliances.
Besides standard curriculum with a nod to environmental issues and ideas,
French studies will also take
place in the new school.
Many students at Odyssey
are coming from Foxboro
Elementary in North Salt
Lake, a French immersion
school, so grades kindergarten through fourth will offer
French coursework as well.
Approximately 600 students are expected to start
when the doors open in the
fall. The school is located at
2050 S. 1955 West.
The next elementary
schools planned are in
Farmington, east of 650 West
and north of Glovers Lane,
and in west Kaysville, south
of 200 North and west of
Antelope Way.
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Marine laid to rest with military honors
BY LOUISE R. SHAW
Clipper Staff Writer
KAYSVILLE — Mike Lyon
said his brother, David, was not a
complainer.
Not when he was sent on his fifth
deployment.
Not when his legs were blown off
above the knee.
Not through a long and painful
rehabilitation.
Mike Lyon spoke in tribute to his
brother on Friday, Aug. 8, after David Lyon’s funeral in Layton and the
full military honors at his graveside
service in the Kaysville cemetery.
“He wasn’t a complainer, he
wasn’t a whiner,” said Mike Lyon.
What he was, said his brother, was
an extremely qualified bomb technician, skilled even to the level of being able to defuse a nuclear bomb.
David Lyon was just returning to
his vehicle with his team after defusing a bomb in Afghanistan when he
stepped on an improvised explosive
devise that had gone undetected
even by bomb-sniffing dogs.
He never lost consciousness, said
his brother, and guided his fellow
marines in the steps required to
keep him alive, including pressure
on arteries, applying tourniquets
and performing a blood transfusion
in the field.
That was in 2010.
Four years later, a tear in his aorta
while working out was not properly diagnosed for several days and
eventually took his life, according to
Mike Lyon.
“He was a great man that helped
others,” said Andrew Botrell, a fellow veteran and amputee who had
been in rehab with him in California.
ETHEN LYON, (right), the son of David Lyon, walks with his father’s friends, Andrew Bottrell (left) and Zach Clayton. The
dog in their company is Stanley, the service dog who helped David Lyon in the years between his accident and his death.
Photo by Louise R. Shaw | Davis Clipper
“Dave was an amazing person,”
said Zach Clayton, who had served
with David Lyon as a member of the
First Explosive Ordnance Disposal
squad based at Camp Pendleton.
“He was very heartfelt and
compassionate and he tried to help
out anybody he could in whatever
way he could,” said Clayton. “After
meeting him you kind of felt like
you’d known him your whole life.”
Clayton came from Texas for the
funeral.
Lyon had served two tours in
Afghanistan, two in Iraq and one in
Cambodia.
He was 32 when he died and in a
memorial tribute, his family called
him, “Our son, brother, father and
greatest of all, our hero.”
He is the son of Gordon and Lynnette Lyon, who have seven chil-
dren. All their sons have served in
military, representing every branch,
according to Mike Lyon.
“David endured more pain,
suffering and setbacks than imaginable,” wrote his family in the
obituary published by Lindquist
Mortuaries. “Through it all, he was
positive, fighting back the pain with
inner strength and hard work.”
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KAYSVILLE —
After hearing testimony
Tuesday on the pros and
cons of a tax increase,
city leaders will be
making a decision this
evening on whether or
not to increase the city’s
tax rate by almost 100
percent.
A Truth in Taxation
hearing was held Aug.
12, and city leaders will
meet again this evening
to make a decision.
The increase is necessary, according to city
leaders, to fund additional fire and police officers,
pay for the debt service
on a police station
under construction, and
replace funds that can
no longer be transferred
from the city’s electric
fund balance due to the
November 2013 passage
of Proposition 5.
The increase, which
brings the annual bill
for a home valued at
$286,000 from $143.93 to
$287.23, is a 99.57 percent
increase.
Kaysville has had the
lowest tax rate in the
county after adjusting
for fire and recreation
districts, according to
information provided
by the city. If the council
passes the increase, its
tax rate will rank eighth
among 15 cities.
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Opinion CLIPPER • THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 2014
Cyclops
Please, Give Us Freedom From Stupidity
L
ast week we learned
that more than 20%
of American families
are struggling to put food
on the table and pay rent or
mortgage...that Middle East
terrorists are stoning women
to death and lopping off
the heads of those opposing
them...that Hamas and the
Israeli government continue
to put hate above heart...
that the Ebola virus, fueled
by ignorance and poverty,
is decimating a handful of
African nations...that ice is
rapidly disappearing from
earth’s two poles.
Yet despite these dire news
headlines, a few foolish intrepid souls are still worrying
about a Ten Commandments
monument in a public square.
Can somebody just say “Hey
guys, get a life!”
I am firmly opposed to
any government espousing or
endorsing a specific religion.
Jefferson’s separation of
church and state may not be
in the Constitution, but it is
certainly part of our American fabric and tradition.
But a Ten Commandments
monument, like roadside
crosses honoring fallen
police officers, is not pushing religious doctrine. “Thou
shalt not kill” is quite different than doctrinal inscriptions
“Thou shalt attend sacrament
meeting, avoid e-cigarettes,
and aspire to planet Kolob.”
The latest monument scuffle occurred in New Mexico
where a federal judge agreed
with the American Civil Liberties Union that a Ten Commandments structure erected
and paid for by individuals
and placed on the lawn in
front of the Bloomfield City
Hall has the “principal effect
of endorsing religion.”
I don’t see it. Most of the
commandments are common
sense (Thou shalt not steal,
covet the neighbor’s house,
etc.) or suggestions based on
behavior rather than society
law (honoring parents, shying
away from adultery). Only a
few are specifically directed
at a spiritual purpose, but
even these do not advance a
certain religion, sect, or even
BRYAN GRAY
broad religious persuasion.
Be honest – no child is
going to visit the monument,
see a commandment against
graven images and shout
“Hallelujah, I’m going to
become a Baptist!”
Additionally, few people
walking through a public square or park really
spend much time analyzing
plaques and monuments. Often, it is hard to even see the
inscription thanks to a combination of weather erosion
and bird droppings. Last
week I went to an urban
amphitheater and peered
at a plaque denoting the
founders. Later I saw one
of the founders who said “Is
that plaque still there? Last
time I looked my name was
almost unreadable.”
The New Mexico lawsuit
was brought by two people
who practice the Wiccan
religion. I’m not versed in
Wiccan beliefs, but figure
the religion’s precepts are
somewhere between the
Great Mandala and Harry
Potter. Frankly, I would have
no problem if the Wiccans
wanted to pony up money
and put their own display
outside city hall. The
groundskeeper would have
less lawn to mow.
Our world faces a lot
of challenges. Getting our
panties in a bunch over a
cross on the highway or
piece of granite in a public
square hardly ranks up there
with the fight to cure cancer
or sustain adequate food
production.
Yes, we need freedom
from government-sponsored
religion. We also need freedom from stupidity.
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The Marriage Wars
Food differences tought to swallow
T
his past week my wife and I
saw the newly-release motion picture “The 100-Foot
Journey”, a film dealing with the
European passion for well-prepared food and the importance of
dining in some cultures. Over two
years ago, she and I wrote about
our differences on food, and the
movie did nothing but showcase
our opinions.
My wife often compares food
to fuel – just as many Utahns do.
(Otherwise, there is no excuse for
why so many people eat dinner or
lunch at a chain fast-food restaurant.) In contrast, I see a meal as
an event to be savored.
It is easy for me to
unwind from the workday
and relax while leisurely
dining on a grilled
swordfish fillet (blacken
it please!),
accompanied
by a rice pilaf,
asparagus
spears, a
Caesars
T
ry living with a food snob.
It is a challenge, a delicious
one, but a challenge nonetheless. Every evening while I try
to coral him into a simple homecooked meal or even a quick stop
for a sandwich, it is akin to convincing an uncooperative toddler
that vegetables are good for him.
Like most people, I have my
favorite meals, but I don’t base
my happiness on the freshness
of the fish or the silkiness of the
sauce. Pretty much, I’m happy if
someone does the cooking and
takes the dirty dishes away at the
end.
Some people like to brag
about where they dine and
sneer at those they consider less
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salad – and occasionally an apple
tarte tatin with a scoop of honey
ice cream. Call me an elitist, but a
meal like that is a reward.
My wife calls this “big food”; I
just call it scrumptious and inviting. I have already gone to the
DAWN
BRANDVOLD-GRAY
discerning. The other morning I
met a cousin for breakfast. She
is from rural Utah and doesn’t
come to the big city much. We
were joined by her daughter’s
boyfriend, a young man seemingly more concerned with style
than substance. He rolled his
eyes at the mention of any restaurant that didn’t meet his high
standards and berated her when
she mentioned that she enjoyed
the Olive Garden.
Sadly, I think he missed the
point. Food is only as good as
the company you enjoy while
dining. Some of my favorite
gym (or at least thought about it).
I am not entering a fine restaurant
to count calories.
Since it takes a fair amount
of time to prepare such a dinner,
restaurants are a better (though
more costly) option than the home
kitchen. My wife works full-time
and doesn’t have the hours to shop
markets daily for fresh produce or
ensure we have an adequate supply of capers, sea salt, or cumin.
In the “100-Foot Journey”, a
character comments that
meals are memories.
Sorry, but warmed up
pizza, a Chick-Fil-A
combo or a home-prepared meal of Kraft mac
and cheese doesn’t
fit my definition
of memorable.
That’s why my
favorite item
for dinner is
a “reservation”.
memories are eating homemade
tuna sandwiches at lunch with
my mom. I can get teary thinking about my dad’s hamburgers,
prepared in a frying pan in our
own kitchen – the only seasoning
was salt, pepper, and love.
I understand the love of
creative and exquisite cuisine,
but it’s not how I unwind at the
end of the day nor does it bring
unparalleled joy. The majority of
the time meals are just fuel and
something convenient is all that
is necessary for my happiness.
Give me a table surrounded
by the faces of those I love, some
good conversation, and enough
to satisfy our hunger and that is
the best meal of all.
Letter
Buildings and the NSL landslide
Thanks to Handcart Days volunteers
Editor,
Who would have thought
it was a bad idea to build
houses on a former gravel
pit? It reminds me of the
Springhill Drive landslide
just down the hill except
this one is sliding faster. I
doubt the developer would
ever build his own home in
this area, but it didn’t stop
him from selling lots to
other people.
I’m sorry for the loss
that families have incurred
(and for those who will
Editor,
We express our thanks
to the nearly 1,300
volunteers who made
Handcart Days possible
this year. Without volunteers Handcart Days
could not take place. All
these generous people
gave countless hours of
service making it possible
to hold the Parade and
activities at Bountiful
Park, and did it all with
smiles. These fun, familyoriented events each year
help pull our community
closer and remind us of
the sacrifices made by the
pioneer settlers. Thank
you volunteers!
Craig and Susan Adams
Presidents,
Bountiful Handcart
Days 2014
lose their homes in the
future, because there will
be more). I also hope that
insurance will cover their
loss.
But I really wish the
developer and/or the city
officials would have to
reimburse the homeowners. Have you ever seen a
city official tell a developer
“no”?
Karen Collett
Bountiful
CLIPPER • THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 2014
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CHILDREN who were kept in an orphanage run by people
who sold the kids to whomever was willing to pay. This
photo was taken after the kids were freed and had been fed
Courtesy photo
regularly.
Fundraiser to help
free child slaves
BY JENNIFFER WARDELL
CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Taiwan and Lithuania take to the stage, while artists such as Anthony Barbano and Angela
Photos by Louise R. Shaw | Davis
Anderson create in front of audiences. More photos on page 9.
Enjoying the unexpected at Summerfest
BY JENNIFFER WARDELL
Associate Editor
BOUNTIFUL — You
never know what will
happen at Bountiful/Davis
Art Center’s Summerfest
International.
Though the performing
group from Sierra Leone
had to cancel their appearance at the festival at the
last minute, the Lithuanian
group Siaudele made its
first-ever appearance at
Summerfest. The group
was originally scheduled to
perform last year, but was
stranded in Poland after an
unscrupulous travel agent
disappeared with all their
money.
“It’s like a gift from God
to be here now,” said Juste
Sakalyte, a member of the
group. “It’s so fun to be
among these people.”
The sense of welcome
was especially nice, given
the shadow that last year’s
incident threw over the
journey here.
“Once you get burned,
the second time everything is ‘What if it’s like
that again?” she said. “But
it’s just so inspiring and
relaxing. It’s one of the best
festivals we’ve been to.”
The Sierra Leone-based
Biana Players International,
on the other hand, had to
stay at home for this year.
Bountiful/Davis Art Center
Executive Director Emma
Dugal said that they weren’t
able to make the flight due
to a visa interview scheduled too late, but their
country is one of those
currently dealing with an
outbreak of the Ebola virus.
The groups who did attend the festival, however,
all came from countries not
currently dealing with the
virus. Among those groups
was the Bangladesh Academy of Fine Arts, the Shendong Dancing Club from
Taiwan, and Komunitas
Tari FISIP Radha Sarisha
(or KTF Rhada Sarisha for
short) from Indonesia.
“It’s great for us,” said
Dewinta Anggesti, the
director of KTF Rhada
Sarisha. “Here we can get
experience in sharing our
culture with other people
from around the world.”
Local artists were also on
hand to share their work,
including Angela Anderson.
The quilter and fiber artist,
who also teaches classes at
Quilter’s Attic in Bountiful, hand-hooked a rug for
curious onlookers at the
festival.
“I like quilting, but you
have to measure everything
carefully,” Anderson said.
“With (rug-hooking), you
just go with it. It doesn’t
have to be perfect.”
She paused, then smiled.
“Actually, it adds to the
charm if it isn’t.”
Though crowds at lunchtime on Friday appeared
to be thin, Dugal said she
thought the numbers might
have been slightly higher
than last year’s. The art
center plans to determine
attendance by the number
of entrance surveys that
were filled out, but those
haven’t been compiled yet.
If success can be determined by entertainment
value, however, she’s happy
to consider Summerfest a
win already.
“It was fabulous,” she
said. “The kids were having
so much fun.”
Associate Editor
BOUNTIFUL — It’s
a chance to help save the
children you only hear about
in news reports.
Operation Underground
Railroad, a group that works
with local law enforcement
to free child sex slaves from
around the world, is holding
a benefit 5K run/walk on
Aug. 16 at 8 a.m. at Planet
Fitness in Bountiful. The
run raises money to fund
O.U.R.’s rescue missions,
which have freed almost
100 child slaves worldwide
since opening their doors in
January.
“It’s a dark subject, but
it’s one that needs to be
eradicated,” said Bountiful resident David Barlow,
operations chief for Operation Underground Railroad,
while speaking to the Bountiful Rotary recently. “We
can’t do it alone.”
O.U.R. was founded
by Timothy Ballard, who
worked for the CIA before
moving to the Department
of Homeland Security to
work with the Internet
Crimes Against Children
Task Force. He was also
deployed as an undercover
operative for the U.S. Child
Sex Tourism Jump Team, but
become frustrated with the
fact that in his position he
could only rescue kids who
were American citizens.
“He was only able to do
about 10 percent of the cases
that crossed his desk,” said
Barlow. “It got to the point
where he decided he could
do more as a private citizen.”
O.U.R.s strike teams include former Special Forces
members, Navy SEALs
and other former military
personnel trained in international sting and rescue operations. They work closely
with local governments to
make sure the cases against
the traffickers are as airtight
as possible.
“We do it right,” said
Barlow. “We train local law
enforcement, and make
sure the traffickers have no
future victims.”
Barlow first worked with
the group as a volunteer,
raising funds through biking
events. After he joined the
organization, he worked as
support staff to help bust a
child trafficking ring, waiting
with the girls until all of the
traffickers had arrived at the
sting.
“We played the ‘how old
am I’ game,” he said. “One
of the girls was 15 years old,
and she had a three-year-old
child.”
The group’s mission
also extends to the U.S.,
working with local police
departments to catch those
involved in online child
pornography.
“We discovered a monster that hadn’t been on the
police’s radar,” said Barlow
of one incident. “He’d just
been approved to be a foster
parent.”
In many cases, O.U.R. is
also able to provide followup with the rescued children.
“A good number of the
kids are kidnapped, and we’re
usually able to have some
say in where they go,” said
Barlow. “If home is safe, we
reunite them with their families. If it isn’t, we make other
arrangements for them.”
Those arrangements often
include therapy, vocational
training, giving them a
therapy animal to take care
of, and other elements that
help the children heal and
lead productive lives despite
their trauma.
Planet Fitness is located at
155 W. 500 South in Bountiful. Registration is $25 for
adults and $15 for kids,
though organizers will also
welcome donations. For
more information, call 801512-7525 or visit ourrescue.
org.
“All of our missions so far
have been funded by private
individuals,” said Barlow.
“But there’s 2 million children still out there. Someone has to do something.”
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News CLIPPER • THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 2014
Aftermath
Continued from p. 1
Kjar was confident that
they will be able to collect
the money needed to build
a new home for the Utrillas,
but said Eaglepointe Estates
would be prepared to help
out if more funds were
needed or if fundraising efforts didn’t reach $500,000.
On Wednesday Aug. 6, the
NSL mayor and city council
passed a resolution calling
for a state of emergency.
Whether the city will
ever receive relief funds
from county, state or federal
governments remains to be
seen.
During the meeting with
families affected by the
slide, NSL City Manager
Barry Edwards went further,
saying he was “not optimistic” that any governmental
relief will come.
That’s because the threshold for receiving any such
funds depends on damage to public – not private
property in the event of a
disaster like Tuesday’s slide.
Davis County Emergency
Services Coordinator Ellis
Bruch also attended the
Aug. 6 meeting at NSL City
Hall, and he said he didn’t
think there was enough
damage to public property
to warrant any county relief,
which must surpass $1.52
million.
Edwards estimated the
current cost of damage to
the hillside at $25-50,000.
Disaster relief for homes
would not be included in
any figure used to attract
taxpayer-funded relief.
The news did not sit well
with homeowners, some of
whom expressed frustration
and anger toward the city
and developer.
Sherry Brooks lives down
the hill from the slide on
Parkway Drive. When asked
whether the city or the
developer was responsible
for the disaster, she told the
Clipper, “I think they are
both to blame.”
Todd and Julie Chapman,
who also live on Parkway
Drive, agreed. “The city
and developer both have
responsibility on this one,”
said Todd.
Following the same
Wednesday meeting, family
spokesperson David Utrilla
had a few sharp words for
the city.
“When these catastrophes
happen, the best people
come forward,” said Utrilla.
“We haven’t seen any support from the city. They have
a moral obligation, and they
haven’t done anything.”
Utrilla also described the
terror his family experienced on that early Tuesday
morning.
He said his father woke
up and heard a noise in the
backyard. When he looked
outside, he saw the hillside
descending into the home.
Utrilla said his father
awakened everyone and got
them out of the house; some
of them wearing only pajamas or underwear. He said
his brothers had to move
quickly to get the cars out of
the garage before the house
came crashing down.
Utrilla said some family
members had to be taken
to the hospital for anxiety
treatment on the day of the
slide.
Utrilla also said that the
family had been “crying and
pleading” with the city to do
something about the moving
hillside in the days preceding the landslide.
As for what happens next,
Edwards said the ground
will have to dry out before
crews can come in and move
the dirt – which could take
several weeks.
Edwards also noted that
the city plans to reclaim the
hillside.
Assistant City Manager
Linda Horrocks told the
Clipper that environmental engineers have placed
monitoring devices on the
slide area to keep track of
its movements, if any.
Regarding who was to
blame for the slide in the
new development, Horrocks
said, “It’s a wait-and-see
game.”
City Engineer Paul Ottoson also spoke during
the meeting and addressed
concerns over what will
happen to the slide over the
next several weeks. He also
confirmed that his office
examined the development
plans for Eaglepointe and
the city council approved
the project on his recommendation 12 years ago.
Edwards noted that the
“bar is high” for geologists
and engineers to prove such
a project as unsafe.
As for responsibility, Edwards said it’s up to attorneys, insurance companies
and other officials to decide.
“If we are responsible, we
will step up,” he said.
Addressing the Utrillas,
Edwards said, “We feel for
the loss in your family.”
David Utrilla said the
family hopes to move to lot
nearby and if possible, on
the same street.
Those who want to
donate to the family’s new
home can do so by going
to UtrillaFamily.Wordpress.
com.
Cities
Continued from p. 1
of the construction on the
hillside has been fill-in
of small, four- or fiveacre properties already
between other developments. All of that construction has fallen under
the purview of the city’s
hillside zoning ordinances.
“We strive to identify
potential problems and
work to avoid or mitigate
them,” said Rowland. “But
we live on the side of a
mountain.”
Though all three cities
currently have zoning
specifically designed to
mitigate potential hillside
risks, the push to do so is
relatively new.
“It wasn’t until maybe
five years ago that state
law began to address
municipal laws regarding
geologic ordinances,” said
Snyder. “Until then, cities
did as they saw fit.”
North Salt Lake did
insist on a geologic survey
for the development affected by last week’s slide
when it was built in 2003.
The 136-page document
is now available for public
viewing under the “GRAMA request” link on the
main page of nslcity.org,
and offers both a detailed
survey of potential instability concerns and recommendations for meeting
those concerns.
“It’s hard to identify every single potential problem,” said Rowland. “All
the engineering research
on earth may not discover
that one last factor.”
North Salt Lake approved the development
after Sky Properties met
those qualifications, also
requiring to meet the
standards of the zoning for
the area.
In 2012, the same developer asked the planning
commission to waive the
lot size requirements on
another development. The
planning commission said
no.
Once the standards are
met, however, the issue is
out of the city’s hands.
“Utah is very protective
of private property rights,”
said Snyder. “Case law
says that cities can enact
‘reasonable’ safety regulations over private property, so cities are forced
into this constant test of
‘when can the cities say
no?’ If a developer follows
all the zoning regulations
and we tell them they only
have the right to use their
property for open space, it
doesn’t sit very well.”
Davis
Life
Help still needed
for NSL landslide victims, Page 13
Superheroes descend
on Station Park, Page 18
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Thursday,
Aug. 14,
2014
CenterPoint’s ‘Peter Pan’ truly magical
BY JENNIFFER WARDELL
Associate Editor
CENTERVILLE – You might not
be able to fly there, but CenterPoint
Legacy Theatre is giving you the perfect
opportunity to visit Never Never Land.
The trip comes thanks to their
current production of the musical
“Peter Pan,” an innocent, giddy delight
that will leave you feeling like a kid
for a few hours. Running now through
Sept. 6, the show transforms the classic
adventure story into something that
feels like it came straight out of a child’s
imagination.
The story, of three children who meet
a boy who never grows up and travel
with him to a magical land, should be
familiar to anyone who’s ever seen the
well-loved Disney version. The musical
has different songs – it was written
in the days before Disney licensed
their own – but memorable
elements such as a
ticking clock and
Tink’s jealousy do
make an appearance.
The musical, however,
also tweaks the story in some
charming ways. It makes
adulthood seem much less
like a solemn punishment
than the Disney movie
did – the mother is the
one who told the
children stories,
there’s no threat to
move Wendy away
from her brothers,
and both parents
prove themselves
admirably in a
sweet scene near the
end I’m not going to spoil.
Beyond that, here it’s the mother
who accidentally pulls off Peter’s
shadow. Instead of being surprised or
horrified, she tucks it into a drawer for
safekeeping. When she shows it to her
husband, he simply comments that it
doesn’t seem to belong to anyone they
knew. Liza, a servant played with an
almost radiant joy by Chelsey Reynolds,
delights in Never Never Land much as
a child would but is still conscientious
enough to dust up a bit.
Director Jim Christian
adds to the musical’s
magic by emphasizing
Never Never Land’s parallels
to children at play. The Indians here
are all played by women – Tiger Lily
seems much more their chief than their
princess – but they’re spoken of as
“brothers” by the Lost Boys.
It’s perfect because little kids don’t
really process people as “boy” and “girl”
as they do “fellow playmate” – in Never
Never Land, the Lost Boys, Indians
and even the pirates are just groups of
children playing pretend.
That sense of goofy discovery extends
to some of the musical’s funniest
moments, including the pirates getting
ready to play musical backup band to
one of Captain Hook’s thinking sessions
or his and Peter’s hilarious duet during
the song “Oh, My Mysterious Lady.”
Chuck Gilmore plays Hook as a big
kid pretending to be a bad guy, which
is exactly right for this production, and
Colton Ward is a charming, enthusiastic
Peter Pan.
The actresses and choreographer
Jessica Merrill should all get credit for
the Indians’ dance numbers, all of which
were incredibly visually appealing, and
costumers Wendy Nagao and Tammis
Boam did stunning work all around.
Their crowning achievement, however,
is the crocodile, aided by actress Krystal
Day (who also plays Nana the dog).
It’s a compliment of just how magical
the production is that, when the grown
up Wendy says that she’s gotten too old
to fly, you won’t entirely believe her. If
mothers can accidentally steal shadows,
housemaids can crow, and casts and
production teams can come up with
a wonder like this “Peter Pan,” surely
even flying is possible.
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CLOCKWISE from far left. Colton Ward as Peter Pan
in the opening night cast. Chuck Gilmore, as Captain
Hook, telling his pirates what background music to play.
Jennie Richardson and Gilmore, as Mr. and Mrs. Darling,
examine Peter’s shadow. Breann Johnson (in light
orange, next to Ward) as Tiger Lily with her braves, the
Lost Boys, and Peter, Wendy, John and Michael.
Photos by Louise R. Shaw | Davis Clipper
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Davis Life CLIPPER • THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 2014
Movie Beat
‘Saints and Soldiers: The Void’ a good story
Rated PG-13 for war violence,
a brief swear word and close-ups
of corpses
Written and directed by Ryan
Little
Starring Adam Gregory, K.
Danor Gerald, Bart Johnson,
Matthew Meese and more
Grade:
A good story can do wonders for a limited special effects
budget.
“Saints and Soldiers: The
Void,” the latest entry in Ryan
Little’s movie series highlighting snapshots of WWII, is at its
heart the simple, surprisingly
engaging story of two men who
find common ground and their
better selves in the middle of a
crisis. Though the movie makes
an attempt at tackling the racism
of the time, and doesn’t shy away
from the death toll of the war, it’s
the two men at the movie’s heart
that make it shine.
The “Saints and Soldiers”
movies all follow small groups of
different soldiers through various
K. DANOR GERALD as Sgt. Jesse Owens in “Saints and Soldiers: The
Void.”
Photo courtesy of Go Films
real battles and/or attacks. The
series’ title comes from fact that
there’s always one member of the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints among the group,
though here his religion is never
mentioned by name.
In “Void” we follow the
cleanup crews, those soldiers
fighting the pockets of resistance
that were left after Hitler killed
himself. The army is completely
segregated, and when a white
unit and a black soldier get
caught in an ambush some of the
soldiers don’t hesitate in showing
their disdain for working with a
black man. When their lives end
up on the line, however, the men
learn to work together to save
innocent people.
The most surprising aspect is
how hard the movie works not to
soft-pedal its racism. Cpl. Carey
JENNIFFER
WARDELL
Simms, a beauty with too-perfect
hair who is clearly the main
protagonist is so insulting that it
actually had me squirming in my
seat.
Actor Adam Gregory makes
the character have to truly wrestle with his prejudices throughout
the film, and the fight clearly isn’t
an easy thing. There’s no magical fix, but the steps he makes
seem hard fought and genuinely
earned.
It helps that the man he’s
forced to work with is Sgt. Jesse
Owens, a character who radiates
intelligence and decency despite
a drinking problem that’s hinted
at. Actor K. Danor Gerald makes
him impossible not to root for,
either when he’s justifiably angry
or being humble and self-sacrificial, and his feelings about his
tragic back story give him even
more depth.
The fact that this will be marketed as an LDS movie, though,
means that some attention needs
to be paid to Rodney “Ramrod”
Mitchell, the movie’s sole LDS
character. Played with a low-key
affability by Michael Behrens,
Ramrod doesn’t smoke or drink
Thompson Square coming to Layton
but is more distinguishable by his
deep love for the Hellcat tank
destroyer he keeps running.
He seems magically free of
the racism that plagues the other
characters, which some might see
as problematic given the LDS
church’s history, but a prominently featured British soldier
is equally free of any hint of it.
With Ramrod, at least, his and
Owens’ mutual love of Hellcats
creates an immediate and believable bond.
Still, the real story belongs to
Simms and Owens. It’s not a traditional movie bond – no brotherhood is forged, and there’s no
crying in each other’s arms – but
it’s a triumph of the human spirit
in the most old-fashioned sense.
Whether in the face of almost
certain death or their own deeply
held prejudices, human decency
wins out.
That’s the kind of story we
could all stand to hear more of.
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www.davisclipper.com
BY JENNIFFER WARDELL
Associate Editor
LAYTON — Any dream is better
is better if you have someone to share
it with.
Two-time Academy of Country Music Awards winners Thompson Square
will give Davis County residents the
chance to see that firsthand. Kiefer and
Shawna Thompson, a husband-wife
duo, will stop by the Ed Kenley Amphitheater in Layton on Aug. 21 at 8 p.m.
as part of their “Just Feels Good” tour.
“It’s absolutely awesome,” said
Kiefer Thompson. “We’ve been dreaming about this our whole lives. What’s
better than living your dream with your
best friend and watching her dream
come true as well?”
The tour, which shares the same
name as the couple’s second album,
came about in a somewhat unusual
way. The two-time winners of the Top
Vocal Duo ACM Award threw off their
schedule by playing for the soldiers
overseas and decided to improvise.
“That kind of screwed up the tour
scene,” he said. “So we just decided to
do it in our own time, with our own
guys.”
The couple’s concerts include their
most well-known hits, including “Are
You Gonna Kiss Me Or Not” and “If
I Didn’t Have You.” They also rotate
through what Kiefer refers to as the
duo’s “B-sides,” mixing up the song list
every night and watching the audience
for their response.
“We definitely want to keep it fresh
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for ourselves and our fans,” he said.
“It’s definitely a process to see what
gets the crowd dancing.”
Like all musicians, though, they have
their favorites. Kiefer has a soft spot
for “If I Didn’t Have You,” since it was
the first single he’d written to hit #1,
but he is also really likes “I Can’t Outrun You,” the last single on their current
album.
“It’s one of those timeless songs,” he
said. “I couldn’t let the album go by
without singling it out.”
The Thompsons have a similar affection for the western half of the U.S.
They rode their motorcycles out to the
state, and Kiefer said they just recently
“stuck their toes” into Utah water.
“We love it out west,” he said. “Any
time we get to ride or play out here, it’s
just a perfect situation.”
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CLIPPER • THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 2014
Photos
by Louise R. Shaw
Summerfest
brings the world to Bountiful
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Dancers from Taiwan display their
country’s flag and the flag of the
United States of America at the
conclusion of their performance
before a Saturday evening crowd
at Summerfest. This was the 26th
year the international festival has
been held in Bountiful.
Besides dancers, musicians shared their talents at each performance over the four-day festival. These
performers from Lithuania play pan flutes for an audience gathered Friday afternoon. A variety of instruments,
including a two-string fiddle used by Taiwanese performers, provided the background music for dancers.
Besides dance, international performers shared other
aspects of their culture during Summerfest. Farhana
(middle photo), of Bangladesh, applies a henna tattoo.
Bangladesh dancers perform during the street dance
(above), and dancers from Indonesia teach Davis
County residents some of their high-energy dances.
Gary and Sylvia Skeen, with daughter Sita, enjoy a
Saturday afternoon performance at Summerfest.
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Calendar CLIPPER • THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 2014
WHAT TO DO IN DAVIS
EVENTS
Aug. 14, 21, 28
• Farmers Market, 875 S. 50
West, Kaysville, 5 to 8 p.m.
Sept. 9
• Storytelling at the Centerville
Whitaker Museum features Andy
Bavelas, “An 1860 Centerville
Farmhouse,” 168 N. Main, Centerville, Margot, 801-797-9916.
Aug. 13-16
• Davis County Fair, davisfair.
com.
Aug. 14
• Cruise Night, Station Park,
320 N. Station Parkway, Farmington, 5:30–8:30 p.m.
Aug. 15
• Friday Night Lights, 4 to
10 p.m. Viewmont High School
Football Field. A free community event. Football scrimmages,
food, games, music, entertainment, prizes, and fireworks
• Movie in the Park, Founders
Park, 300 N. 100 East, Centerville at dusk. Featured movie
“The Wizard of Oz.”
Aug. 16
• The Davis County Walks 5K
walk/run, kicks off at 7:30 a.m.
at the Legacy Events Center, 151
S. 1100 W., Farmington. Pick up
registration forms at the Davis
County Health Department, 22
S. State Street, Clearfield, or register online at daviscountyutah.
gov/dcw. 801-525-5050.
• Movie in the Park, “Turbo,”,
Heritage Park, 200 N. 100 East,
Kaysville, dusk.
• Back to School Book Sale,
10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Davis County
North Branch, 562 S.1000 East,
Clearfield, (just west of I-15 and
north of Clearfield High School).
Aug. 15-16
• Bountiful High School Class
of 1974 40th reunion:
Picnic, Friday, Aug. 15, 6 p.m.
Bring own dinner. Dessert, drinks
provided. Bountiful City Park,
200 W. 400 North, Carolyn Bright
Luckau [email protected]
Golf, noon, Aug. 16, Bountiful
Ridge Golf Course. Contact Paul
Folsom, [email protected] to
reserve your spot.
Reunion, Aug. 16, 7–11 p.m.,
Oakridge Country Club.
Aug. 19
• The South Davis Chapter of
AARP will meet at 12:30 p.m. at
the Golden Years Center, 726 S.
100 East, Bountiful. The speaker
will be Adam Yeates, a superintendent at the Rio Tinto Smelter.
Visitors are welcome.
• Osher Learning Institute
offers a free event for people age
50 and older. Brain Fitness for
a Lifetime 1:30–3:30 p.m. Rice
Eccles Stadium, free parking
west side. Includes nutritious and
delicious desserts and beverages.
Limited seating. RSVP 801-5855442. osher.utah.com.
Aug. 20-Oct. 1
• Syracuse City Farmer’s
Market, Wednesdays, 5 to 9 p.m.,
Centennial Park, 1891 W. 1700
South. Produce, eggs, meat,
bread, crafts, jewelry, art, music.
Aug. 28
• Senator Todd Weiler Talks
Tell Davis County what
you’re doing! Send in
your concerts, plays and
community events to
[email protected]
com to get them included
in the calendar.
Hot Topics: Legislative Plans
Affecting Current Davis County
Issues, 7 p.m., South Branch
Library, 725 S. Main, Bountiful. Sponsored by the League of
Women Voters of Davis County.
Through Aug. 29
• Bountiful/Davis Art Center
presents: Nothing Flat, Bountiful/
Davis Art Center is located at 28
E. State Street, South Door, 2nd
Floor, Farmington. 801-451-3660
or visit us online at bdac.org.
Aug. 30
• Cold Cones and Cool Cars,
Heritage Park, 250 Fairfield
Road, Kaysville, 11 a.m. to 3
p.m. (Gates open at 9 a.m.).
Come check out the beautiful
vintage vehicles at Kaysville’s
11th annual fall cruise-in. Enjoy
live music from Shane Martin (Elvis) and his band “The
Midnight Special” with a wide
variety of music for everyone to
enjoy plus ice cream from 11
a.m. to 1 p.m.
Sept. 1
• Family First Monday Event
sponsored by Macaroni Kid.
Box Troll Blast is the theme
for the event, 5:30–7:30 p.m.,
Farmington Station Park, 320 N.
Station Parkway, Farmington.
shopatstationpark.com/play. 801923-9111.
renown entertainers, will perform.
Brigham Young Historic Park,
State Street and 2nd Avenue,
Salt Lake City.
Aug. 21
• Woods Cross Arts in the
Park Concert features Andy
Leger with special guest Jake
Larabee. Andy will do some
incredible covers of Billy Joel,
Elton John, and other iconic
piano men. 7 p.m. Free. Woods
Cross City Mountain View Park,
visible from Legacy Highway
at the 500 South exit in Woods
Cross. Picnic dinners are welcome.
• Thompson Square will
perform at 8 p.m. at the Kenley
Amphitheater in Layton Commons Park, presented by the
Davis Arts Council, 801-5468575, davisarts.org.
Aug. 22
• Bountiful Concert in the
Park features Echo Band, classic
rock and country, 7 p.m., 400
N. 200 West, Bountiful. Please
bring a donation for the Bountiful Food Pantry.
• Free Concert in the Park,
7:30 p.m. Voice Male, crowd
favorite...popular a cappella
group, will perform. Brigham
Young Historic Park, State
Street and 2nd Avenue, Salt
Lake City.
Sept. 6
• A Tribute to Patsy Cline
Starring Erica Hansen will
perform at 8 p.m. at the Kenley
Amphitheater in Layton Commons Park, presented by the
Davis Arts Council, 801-5468575, davisarts.org.
Sept. 13
• Blood Sweat and Tears
featuring Bo Bice will perform
at 8 p.m. at the Kenley Amphitheater in Layton Commons
Park, presented by the Davis
Arts Council, 801-546-8575,
davisarts.org.
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MUSIC
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USU raspberries pass
the taste test
Nikole Wilson (above) enjoys a chance
to sample raspberries grown at the USU
Botanical Center in Kaysville, during the
Farmers Market on Aug. 7. Ten varieties
were available in a taste-test overseen
by Master Gardener John Reeve (right)
and those who tried them could vote
by putting pennies in adjacent piggy
banks. Besides the raspberry survey, USU
researchers were collecting opinions on
peaches grown organically and nonorganically. The study is part of the weekly
Farmers Market held at 875 S. 50 West
each Thursday, from 5 p.m. to dusk. The
market also offers crafts, foods, garden
produce and – a rare local treat – Aggie
ice cream.
Photos by Louise R. Shaw | Davis Clipper
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Aug. 11-Sept. 6
• “Peter Pan,” CenterPoint
Legacy Theatre, 525 N. 400
West, Centerville. For tickets or
more information, call 801-2981302. centerpointtheatre.org.
Aug. 15
• Bountiful Concert in the Park
features Revolver (Beatles cover
band), 7 p.m., 400 N. 200 West,
Bountiful. Please bring a donation
for the Bountiful Food Pantry.expires 6/30/14
• Free Concert in the Park, 7:30
p.m. Ayllupura, South American
and Andean folk music, will
perform. Brigham Young Historic
First /Third Wednesday
Park, State Street and 2nd Avenue,
• The Davis County chapter,
Salt Lake City.
National Alliance on Mental
Aug. 16
Illness (NAMI) meets first and
• Crescent Super Band will
third Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m. at
perform at 8 p.m. at the Kenley
Intermountain Bountiful Clinic,
Amphitheater in Layton Com390 N. Main, Bountiful. Call
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CLIPPER • THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 2014
Local girl killed in
driveway accident
BY DAN METCALF
Online Editor
SYRACUSE — A Syracuse girl passed away after
police say she was critically
injured at her family’s home
on Friday when a family
member backed out of the
driveway.
Syracuse Police spokesperson Erin Behm said
the girl, later identified by
friends and family as 15year-old Marli Hamblin, was
sunbathing while listening
to her iPod in the driveway
when a member of her
family was backing a white
Chevrolet pick-up truck out
of the garage.
Behm said the truck
backed over the girl, who was
air-lifted to a nearby hospital.
On Saturday, the girl was
still listed in critical condition, according to Behm,
who also reported that the
driver of the truck will not
be facing charges.
Marli’s family confirmed
that she passed away Sunday afternoon from head
injuries.
MARLI HAMBLIN was
sunbathing in her driveway,
listening to her iPod, when
a member of her family
accidentally backed over her.
Courtesy photo
A GoFundMe.com
account under the name
“Miracle for Marli” was set
up in the girl’s name to help
the family with expenses.
Marli graduated from
Syracuse Jr. High School in
June and was preparing to
enter Syracuse High School
later this month.
Behm said, “This is a
very tragic accident and our
thoughts and prayers are
with the girl and her family.”
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Marlene Jensen Gerrard
1935-2014
William Troy Bagshaw
1967-2014
Age 47, William Troy Bagshaw passed
away July 30, 2014 at his home in Salt Lake
City surrounded by his parents, wife, children,
and ever-faithful dog Yogi.
Troy was born February 27, 1967 to Ross
and Carolyn Bagshaw the youngest of four
children.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents and is survived by parents Ross and
Carolyn Bagshaw, wife Shawna, daughter
Baleigh, stepchildren Miranda and Kavan
Cannon, sisters Corrie Brooks, Kelly (Jody)
Wilkinson, Shauna Jones, nieces, nephews
and extended family, as well as his dogs Yogi,
Rocky, Ebony, Ringo, and Cinder.
Troy’s life, though shorter than many would have wished, was
characterized by a whole-hearted passion for the things he loved,
including sports like basketball and golf and outdoor activities like
gardening, hiking, fishing, and hunting. He also enjoyed cooking for
his family on a regular basis, though his recent illness prevented him
from doing many of the things he loved.
A graveside service was held on Friday, August 1, 2014 at Salt
Lake City Cemetery, Salt Lake City.
Kenneth Carl Madsen
1929-2014
Kenneth Carl Madsen passed away on August 6, 2014 in Bountiful. He was born June 4,
1929 in Preston, Nevada to Carl Albert Madsen
and Adeline Windows Madsen. He married
Gunborg (Giggi) Henriksson on April 10, 1961
in the Salt Lake City Temple.
He grew up in Preston, Nevada working on
his father’s farm. He attended the University
of Utah and graduated from San Diego State
University with a bachelor’s degree in electrical
engineering. He was employed by Westinghouse working in Lima, Ohio, after which he
worked for Sperry-Rand UNIVAC the rest of his
career until his retirement. He was a member
of the LDS Church and served as a Branch President, Scoutmaster,
Young Men’s President, Temple Ordinance Worker and served a mission with his wife in the Columbus, Ohio Mission.
He was a great handyman, he used his talents to help many
neighbors and friends. He enjoyed fixing things and all outdoor
activities. He loved to do things with his family, especially camping,
boating and snow skiing. In his earlier years he enjoyed traveling.
He is survived by his wife; four children, Christine (Chad) Labrum,
Vernal; Aron Madsen (Sherri), Marysville, Ohio; Teresa (Robert) Higginson, Bountiful; Brent Madsen, Boston, Massachusetts; 13 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren; brother Kay (Sue) Madsen, Claremont, California; sister Anna Madsen, Las Vegas, Nevada. Preceded
in death by his sister Aleen Madsen Hutchings.
A special thanks to Ken’s caregivers at Welcome Home Assisted
Living and Evergreen Hospice.
Funeral Services were held at 11 a.m. Monday, Aug. 11, 2014 at the
Bountiful 16th Ward Chapel, 720 E. 550 North, Bountiful. Family and
friends visited on Sunday evening at Lindquist’s Bountiful Mortuary,
727 N. 400 East and prior to the services at the church. Interment
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Beloved wife, mother and sister returned to
her Heavenly Father and her eternal companion on Wednesday, August 6, 2014. She
was born on July 21, 1935 to Arnold Marley
Jensen and Florence Blaney Jensen. After her
father re-married, she was raised by Madelyne
Jensen, whom she loved dearly. She enjoyed
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throughout her life. She was given the nickname of Rosie by her Father-in-law when her
loving soon to be husband introduced her to his
parents. It stuck because of her beautiful red
hair. She married Robert H. Gerrard on May
22, 1964 in the Salt Lake City Temple and was
sealed to him for time and all eternity.
She was a stay at home mom to three daughters and tended
several of her grandchildren. She was most proud of raising her
daughters. She was a devoted wife to her husband Bob and enjoyed
49 years of marriage with him. She devoted the last ten years of her
life being her husband’s caregiver through his many ailments. Her
marriage was her everything and will go on for time and all eternity.
She had a wonderful memory and kept track of loved ones birthdays.
She loved sending out birthday cards and being involved in friends
and families lives. She was a wonderful listener and was always there
to turn to. This was her great spiritual gift. She had a wonderful laugh
and smile and zest for life.
She had tremendous faith and love in Heavenly Father and his
son Jesus Christ. She was a devoted member of the LDS church and
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Davis Bookings
The following is a list of
bookings with total fines and/
or bail exceeding $1,000.
Monday, Aug. 4
Alberto Sanchez Moreno,
32, Bountiful PD, domestic
violence, simple assault.
William Dean Wardle, 55,
DCSO, DUI alcohol.
Christopher Michael
Smith, 28, Layton PD, marijuana possession.
Sean Joel McGee, 43,
Layton PD, shoplifting, no
insurance, speeding.
Rachel Lee Adderley, 31,
DCSO, assault, no insurance,
narcotic equipment possession, no proof of insurance,
smuggle contraband into
prison.
Daniel Lee Loftus, 32,
DCSO, traffic offense, driving on suspension, contempt
of court.
Enrique Villegas, 25,
AP&P Farmington, flight to
avoid prosecution, synthetic
narcotic.
Jared Michael Wright, 23,
AP&P Farmington, heroin
possession.
Timothy James Newman, 25, Layton PD, narcotic
equipment possession, stolen
property, amphetamine possession.
Nelson Taylor Peery, 19,
Layton PD, fraud swindle,
theft.
Ty William McLeod,
28, Kaysville PD, narcotic
equipment possession.
Tuesday, Aug. 5
Christopher Royce
Lovell, 35, Davis Metro Narcotics, heroin sell, receive
stolen property.
Baylee Marie Wagner,18,
Davis Metro Narcotics, amphetamine possession.
William Hicks, 31, Davis
Metro Narcotics, narcotic
equipment possession.
Charisse Read Rahter,
40, Davis Metro Narcotics,
cocaine possession.
Brandon Hess, 34, Davis
Metro Narcotics, narcotic
equipment possession, assault.
Bradley Christensen,
39, Davis Metro Narcotics,
narcotic equipment possession, driving on suspension,
marijuana possession.
Myranda Joan Dotson,
32, Davis Metro Narcotics,
marijuana possession, narcotic equipment possession.
Molly Mae Fondario, 22,
Bountiful PD, hit and run,
traffic offense, driving on
suspension.
Jami Lu Powell, 26, DCSO,
marijuana possession.
Mario Sandoval, 22,
DCSO, burglary forced entry
residential.
Patrick Lavine, 39,
DCSO, driving on suspension, no insurance.
Luis Alfredo Garcia, 22,
DCSO, forgery of checks,
unauthorized use of vehicle,
service FTA warrant.
Daniel Tafoya, 27, North
Salt Lake PD, driving on
suspension, marijuana possession, failure to wear seat
belt, assault.
Christina Read, 31,
Woods Cross PD, no insurance.
Angela Shareen McCalmant, 37, Davis County
Justice Court, amphetamine
possession.
James Robert Jacobson,
30, Clinton PD, shoplifting.
Austin Joseph Barker, 21,
Layton PD, sexual assault.
Samantha Joy MacKay,
28, Woods Cross PD, carrying a prohibited weapon.
Steven Kimball Olson,
29, Davis County Justice
Court, synthetic narcotic
possession.
Peter Paul Ayn, 38, Layton PD, homosexual act with
girl.
Bradley John Hopkinson, 49, North Salt Lake PD,
domestic violence.
Leigh Anne Jansen, 41,
Farmington District Court,
amphetamine possession.
Wendi Lee Pettibone, 44,
Layton PD, violation protective order.
Kirk John Dawson, 62,
Layton PD, narcotic equipment possession, marijuana
possession.
Jeffrey William Rahter,
45, Layton PD, narcotic
equipment possession.
Wednesday, Aug. 6
Dylan Lloyd Loosemore,
22, Sunset PD, fraud swindle.
Christopher Frans
Estrada, 25, Woods Cross
PD, faulty equipment, traffic
offense.
Deann Heather Morris, 29, DCSO, driving on
suspension, no insurance.
Kelly Ray Johnson, 34,
Clearfield PD, synthetic
narcotic possession.
Quincy Unca Sam, 32,
North Salt Lake PD, amphetamine possession.
Michael Warren Taylor
Jr., 22, DCSO, cruelty toward
child.
Sheldon Walter Worsley,
31, Clearfield PD, theft.
Steven Dennis Wixom,
34, North Salt Lake PD,
fraud in person.
James Edward Chidester,
38, Layton PD, theft.
Dana Meyers, 43, DCSO,
driving on suspension, no
insurance, theft, failure to
register vehicle.
Lisa Baxter, 46, Sunset PD,
shoplifting, resisting/interfering with police, disorderly
conduct, fraud illegal use
credit cards, counterfeiting.
Garvine Wayne Jones,
24, Farmington PD, simple
assault, assault, property
damage.
equipment, false police
report, abuse of telephone,
carrying a concealed
weapon.
Andrew Jarrell Howard,
23, Clearfield PD, marijuana
possession, contributing to
delinquency of minor.
David Converse Harris,
46, DCSO, no insurance,
driving on suspension.
Jason David Sampson, 19,
DCSO, theft.
Cody Kenneth Rose, 25,
DCSO, DUI alcohol, liquor
free text.
Steven Allen Sanders, 22,
DCSO, contempt of court.
Michael John Orians, 36,
DCSO, no proof of insurance, speeding.
William Hobart Strickler,
58, Clearfield PD, sex offense against child.
Courtney Shae Johnson,
21, DCSO, assault.
Scott Charles Green, 39,
Farmington PD, simple assault.
Kristina LeeAnn Stewart,
50, Layton PD, narcotic
equipment possession.
Tim Eldon Eurich, 23,
Layton PD, flight to avoid
prosecution, narcotic equipment possession.
Friday, Aug. 8
Charles Wesley Spradling,
18, Syracuse PD, contributing to delinquency of minor,
liquor free text.
Amanda Lee Pace, 37,
Bountiful PD, shoplifting,
theft.
Kyle Minchey, 36, Clinton
PD, heroin possession.
James Shepard, 47, DCSO,
marijuana possession.
Douglas Arnold Long,
27, Sunset PD, contempt of
court, driving on suspension.
Randy Cameron Sattiewhite, 23, DCSO, narcotic
equipment possession, no
insurance.
Ray Marvin Martin, 64,
DCSO, synthetic narcotic
possession, traffic offense.
Alexis Shelby Pierce, 22,
Bountiful PD, amphetamine
possession.
Jason Scott Palmer,
19, DCSO, traffic offense,
marijuana possession, DUI
alcohol.
Andrew Lane Dupree,
34, Woods Cross PD, heroin
smuggling.
Joshua Hutchinson, 29,
Layton PD, DUI alcohol.
Elliott Leroy Sandoval,
36, Centerville PD, shoplifting.
Sydney Ann Thomas, 36,
Bountiful PD, driving on
suspension.
Saturday,
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Vanessa Josie Rodriguez,
25, Clearfield PD, marijuana
possession.
Frances Jamie Petersen,
36, Layton PD, no insurance,
contempt of court.
Cameron Lloyd Smith,
Thursday, Aug. 7
29, UHP, assault, driving on
Kevin Ray Miller, 37,
denied license.
North Salt Lake PD, trafDesirae Julie Mercado,
fic offense, flight to avoid
27, Woods Cross PD, DUI alprosecution, traffic offense,
cohol,
assault, no insurance,
Independent
Senior
property damage, faulty
simple assault.
equipment, theft, narcotic
Community (age 55+)
Josh David McClain, 19,
DCSO, narcotic equipment
possession, DUI drugs, marijuana possession.
Chesley Sommer Helleksen, 22, Layton PD, DUI
alcohol.
Hussain Jaber Alsalamah,
23, Sunset PD, no insurance,
no valid driver’s license.
Jesus Linares, 30, Clinton
PD, child restrain violation,
traffic offenses, no insurance,
traffic offense, driving on
suspension.
Anastasha Marie Huerta,
26, Clinton PD, simple assault.
Cody Leroy Ramseyer,
33, West Bountiful PD, no
proof of insurance, driving on suspension, flight to
avoid prosecution, failure to
display license plate, driving
on suspension.
Julie Nannette Higgins,
48, Layton PD, liquor possession, traffic offense.
Sunday, Aug. 10
Matthew Joseph Stobbe,
37, North Salt Lake PD,
narcotic equipment possession, marijuana possession,
property damage, intoxication.
Selena Mae Martinez, 21,
Sunset PD, amphetamine
possession.
Sean Ruben Aguirre,
38, DCSO, larceny from a
vehicle, narcotic equipment
possession.
Khoi Lam, 25, UHP, traffic offense, leaving the scene
of an accident.
Samuel Richard Willey,
29, Farmington PD, traffic
offense, DUI drugs.
Nathan Ray Donivan, 34,
Clinton PD, assault.
Dakota Reed Criswell,
20, Kaysville PD, controlled
substances, fraud in person.
Jennifer Lee Lepper, 49,
Sunset PD, theft.
Jed Paul McMillan, 26,
Layton PD, DUI drugs,
marijuana possession, narcotic equipment possession.
Corey Greg Haslam, 30,
Clinton PD, traffic offense.
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Elder
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Elder Ryan Brenchley, son of Matt and
BY JENNIFFER WARDELL
Associate Editor
NORTH SALT LAKE
— The family whose home
Elder
Cooley
Elder Connor Cooley, son of Charles and
Marilyn Cooley, has been called to serve in
the Madagascar Antananarivo Mission. He
will speak Aug. 17 at 10:45 a.m. in the Ward
Canyon Ward, 540 N. 1200 East, Bountiful.
Elder
Lund
Elder Andrew Lund, son of Kevin Lund and
Margaret Lund, has been called to serve in
the Finland Helsinki Mission. He will speak
Aug. 17 at 1 p.m. in the Mueller Park 4th
Ward, 1320 E. 1975 South, Bountiful.
tor and Laurie Morazan, has been called to
serve in the Panama Panama City Mission.
She will speak Aug. 17 at 11 a.m. in the Bountiful 19th Ward, 1540 N. 400 East, Bountiful.
Elder
Rogers
Elder Harrison Rogers, son of Scott and
Alana Rogers, has been called to serve in the
Argentina Buenos Aires North Mission. He
will speak Aug. 17 at 11 a.m. in the Bridlewood Ward, 65 West Monarch Drive,
Bountiful.
Elder
Stringfellow
Elder Ryan Stringfellow, son of Clark and
Wendi Stringfellow, has been called to serve
in the Madagascar Antananarivo Mission.
He will speak Aug. 17 at 9 a.m. in the Mueller
Park 5th Ward, 1320 E. 1975 South, Bountiful.
Elder
Tempest
Elder Justin Tempest, son of Lance and Tif-
fany Tempest, has been called to serve in the
Washington Everett Mission. He will speak
Aug. 17 at 11 a.m. in the Reading Ward, 1461
N. Main, Centerville.
Returned Home
Elder
Bagshaw
Elder Brody Bagshaw, son of Kent Bagshaw
and Kris Bagshaw, has returned home after
serving in the Iowa Des Moines Mission. He
will speak Aug. 17 at 1 p.m. in the Park Ward,
690 N. 400 West, Centerville.
Elder
Byington
Elder Taylor Byington, son of Todd and Tracy
Byington, has returned home after serving
in the Tennessee Nashville Mission. He will
speak Aug. 17 at 9 a.m. in the Bountiful 1st
Ward, 100 S. Main Street.
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Church works with others to aid slide victims
Suzanne Brenchley, has been called to serve
in the West Virginia Charleston Mission. He
will speak Aug. 17 at 11 a.m. in the Davis
Creek 3rd Ward, 825 S. 50 East, Farmington.
Sister
Morazan
Sister Germaine Morazan, daughter of Hec-
Church
FAMILY MEMBERS hope to go back into the house and
retrieve photos and journals once it’s declared safe, but many
things are irretrievable.
Photo by Louise R. Shaw | Davis Clipper
Returned
Home
Elder
Henrie
Elder Andrew Henrie, son of Mike and Car-
men Henrie, has returned home after serving
in the California Riverside ASL Mission. He
will speak Aug. 17 at 12:40 p.m. in the Porter
Lane 1st Ward, 400 S. 400 West, Centerville.
Sister
Koons
Sister Marissa Koons, daughter of Kenneth
and Lori Koons, has returned home after
serving in the England Birmingham Mission.
She will speak Aug. 17 at 1 p.m. in the Farmington 4th Ward, Lund Lane, Centerville.
Elder
Martin
Elder Kevin Martin, son of John and Kathryn
Martin, has returned home after serving in
the Texas Lubbock Mission. He will speak
Aug. 17 at 9 a.m. in the Bountiful 10th Ward,
1145 N. 200 East, Bountiful.
Elder
Nichols
Elder Chris Nichols, son of Curtis Nichols
and Sheri Nichols, has returned home after
serving in the California San Diego Mission.
He will speak Aug. 17 at 11 a.m. in the Greenfield Ward, 1298 N. 400 West, Centerville.
Sister
Weed
Sister Brittany Weed, daughter of Steve and
Kayleen Weed, has returned home after serving in the Thailand Bangkok Mission. She will
speak Aug. 17 at 12:50 p.m. in the Centerville
11th Ward, 270 N. 300 East, Centerville.
Missionary deadline —Thursday, 5 p.m.
was destroyed in the recent
landslide still needs help.
Though EaglePointe
Development has promised
the Utrilla family a new lot
in the subdivision, fundraising efforts are still going
on to get the family a new
house and possessions. Local members of the Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints are also seeking furniture and other items for
the family.
The 12 people who lived
in the house lost in the Aug.
5 slide lost everything they
owned.
“They just ran out of the
house before it could collapse on them,” said David
Utrilla, the son and brother
of the home’s owners. “They
didn’t even have shoes.”
The developer is spearheading the new round of
relief fundraising, which follows the relief fund already
set up by David and his wife
Krista.
The goal of the new
fund is to cover the cost of
both a house and some of
the possessions lost inside.
Church groups and other
community members are
also continuing to assist the
family.
This came on the heels of
bad news from the family’s
insurance provider.
“The homeowners insurance basically told them
that they would not be able
to help in any way with this
loss,” said Utrilla.
The home was destroyed
in an early-morning landslide on Aug. 5, which also
threatened nearby homes.
Red Cross members were
the first responders on the
scene after the landslide
occurred.
“They made sure my family was OK with everything,
and gave them supplies for
the next few hours,” said
Utrilla.
He also said that local
LDS ward members have
helped with essentials such
as food and clothing in the
immediate aftermath of the
slide, and that the developer stepped in to provide
temporary housing for the
family.
Still, there’s a lot that
assistance doesn’t cover.
Everything in the home was
destroyed, including clothing, medications and personal items. Family members
will go in and retrieve items
such as journals and photographs after they’re cleared
to go back inside, but most
of the things inside are
unrecoverable.
“Our goal is to help them
get their lives back,” said
Utrilla.
He urges anyone interested in helping to donate
to the Utrilla Family Relief
Fund that David and his
wife set up for his family.
Donations can be made
through any America First
Credit Union Branch, and
he said that any amount is
appreciated.
According to utrillafamily.
wordpress.com, a donation
page is also being set up
online for the house fund.
“It would really help,
especially now,” he said.
“We’re trying to explore
every possibility.”
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Youth CLIPPER • THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 2014
Inspiring family story helps earn national PTA award
BY LOUISE R. SHAW
Clipper Staff Writer
BOUNTIFUL — There
are a lot of inspirational
people in the Gillespie
family.
They just don’t know it.
But after an award from
the National PTA, maybe
they’ll consider it a possibility.
Ten-year-old Eric
Gillespie knows his dad
doesn’t like to be called
inspirational.
But just for fun, he made
a video about him and entered it in the PTA Reflections contest at Valley View
Elementary.
“It was kind of a joke at
first,” said Eric. “He hates
being inspiring and people
telling him that, so we
decided as a joke we can
make a video of him being
inspiring.”
And it was inspiring.
“If you can believe it ...
You can dream it ... You can
believe it,” came the words
Eric artistically floated
across the screen between
the story of his dad, David.
The video tells the story
of how David Gillespie
always wanted to do a
marathon.
But on Christmas Eve
seven years ago, he was
injured in a snowboarding
accident and paralyzed from
the chest down.
After two months, he
could barely sit up, but his
dreams of a marathon didn’t
die.
Using stop motion video,
something Eric considers
his “main hobby” along with
collecting rocks, David’s legs
are moving as he appears to
dream.
The video continues with
the story: After money from
gofundme.com helped provide a bike, David Gillespie
successfully competed in the
St. George marathon and
two others and has qualified
for the Boston Marathon.
“He’ll just do it different,”
writes Eric in the artistic
video, “and faster.”
According to Eden, David’s wife and Eric’s mother,
David is just living his life as
he has to now and doesn’t
feel like he’s anything extraordinary.
Still, the National PTA selected Eric’s creative video
for their top prize in the
ERIC GILLESPIE (center), accepts a national award for his video entry in the PTA Reflections
contest. The Valley View student entered a video he created about his father.
Courtesy photo
“Outstanding Interpretation
in Film Production, and the
three flew to Austin, Texas
to be honored.
Other Davis County students receiving national Reflections contest awards are
Brooklyn Zaugg of Legacy
Junior High in Layton, who
received an award of merit
in music composition, and
Lauren Taylor of Kaysville
Junior High, who received
an award of excellence in
photography.
A total of 10 other Utah
students won national
recognition in all but one
category of the competition.
“Our students are amazing,” said Utah PTA presi-
dent Liz Zentner in a press
release. “We really did well
this year.”
Close to 300,000 entries
were received nationwide,
according to Eden.
“It was very surprising,”
said Eric of his win. “I didn’t
think I would make it that
far. At the ceremony, we
got to see the other videos
and dances and music and I
didn’t really think that mine
should have made it that
far.”
There are two other sons
in the Gillespie family. The
oldest is on an LDS mission
in North Carolina, the same
place his father and grandfather served.
The second is 17 but “a
year old in spirit,” said Eden.
He has seizures every day
and can’t talk, though he
knows 10 signs to let his
family know when he needs
something.
“He’s a happy kid and
making lots of progress,” she
said.
“So we’re kind of exciting,” she added.
And, whether they know
it or not, kind of inspiring
too.
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Business
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Salt Lake Comic Con all set to fight SDCC suit
BY JENNIFFER WARDELL
Associate Editor
SALT LAKE CITY —
San Diego may have fired
back with a lawsuit, but it’s
not going to be enough to
stop this fall’s Salt Lake
Comic Con.
San Diego Comic-Con International filed suit against
Salt Lake Comic Con late
Aug. 8 for using the Comic
Con name and, in their
words, “causing injury to
SDCC.” Dan Farr and Bryan
Brandenburg, co-founders
of the Salt Lake con, say
that they intend to fight the
suit and that September’s
convention will go on as
planned. In fact, organizers
are already planning for a
future well beyond this fall.
“We’ve already booked
the Salt Palace Convention
Center for 2015,” said Bryan
Brandenburg, Salt Lake
Comic Con co-founder who
also serves as chief marketing officer. “The show is
going on. No one is going to
chain up the doors.”
SDCC claims that Salt
Lake Comic Con is infringing on SDCC’s trademarked
term “Comic-Con,” and are
ordering organizers to cease
all use of the name. The suit
also states that a car emblazoned with the Salt Lake
Comic Con logo, which
organizers drove around on
San Diego streets during
this year’s SDCC, was “unfair competition” within the
state of California.
Brandenburg and Farr
said that they are not infringing on SDCC’s copyright and have solid legal
ground to back them up.
Dozens of other conventions around the country
use the term “Comic Con,”
including those in New
York and Dallas, and SDCC
has already attempted to
copyright that term in 1995
and failed. There are also a
few conventions still using
‘Comic-Con,” a term that
San Diego has successfully
copyrighted.
“We don’t want to pick
a fight, but we’re trying to
figure out why we’re being
targeted,” said Farr, also the
show producer.
Both men suggested that
Salt Lake Comic Con’s
recent record-breaking
successes might be a factor, and Brandenburg also
speculated that San Diego’s
recently halted expansion
plans might also be a factor.
If they can’t be re-started,
the convention might have
to move to a different city
and face its own branding
troubles.
Still, Brandenburg suggested that San Diego had
GUESTS WAIT to get into the Star Trek FanXperience at the
Salt Lake Comic Con’s FanX convention, held this spring. The
convention drew approximately twice as many attendees as
Wondercon, a convention run by SDCC.
Photo by Rachel Collings | Davis Clipper
gotten themselves into a
bigger situation than they
had intended.
“There’s more at stake
here than just a trademark,”
he said. “In the court of
public opinion, we’ve won
this case.”
The two men have also
applied for the trademark
“Salt Lake Comic Con,” and
are speaking to other comic
con organizers around
the country. Though they
declined to name names
because they “didn’t want
any potential allies to be
targeted next,” they said that
other organizers and even
some celebrities have been
supportive.
“We haven’t had anyone
cancel on us,” said Farr. “In
fact, we’ve kind of seen the
opposite. We’ve had some
celebrities and vendors express distaste for (what San
Diego is doing).”
Still, they’d be happy to
find a peaceful solution.
“We’re open to any sort of
discussion about this,” said
Farr. “We want to be amicable with them. We never
want artists and actors to
feel like they’re caught in
the middle of a battle.”
More than anything, however, they want to keep putting on the best Salt Lake
Comic Con they can.
“Let’s show the world
that we can throw one of
the greatest parties around,”
said Farr. “Let’s show the
world how successful Salt
Lake Comic Con can be.”
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Business CLIPPER • THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 2014
Grand opening
to introduce
new tutoring
program
KAYSVILLE — An
open house to introduce
the tutoring services
available at Integrated
Learning Strategies is set
for Aug. 16 from 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m.
The grand opening
celebration of the new
learning program will
take place on the second
floor of the Kaysville
SportsPlex, located at
1188 W. SportsPlex Drive.
Using research-based
techniques, ILS utilizes
music and movement to
help children with academic challenges such as
autism, attention deficit
hyperactity disorder and
dyslexia, according to a
press release.
Games, face painting and balloon art are
planned for children at
the open house. Prizes
include passes to the gym,
and day-passes to Lagoon, Cherry Hill and the
Living Planet Aquarium.
More information is
available at ilslearning.
com.
Superheroes descend on Station Park
Campbell Rees (center in above photo) and her sister Bentley are cautiously curious at the
chance to meet Spiderman, one of many superheroes at Station Park during this month’s Family First Monday sponsored by Macaroni Kid. All kinds of superheroes got all kinds of attention
from enthusiastic kids – and their adult relations as well.
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Clinton
water now
safe after
E. coli scare
BY DAN METCALF AND
JENNIFFER WARDELL
Editorial Staff
CLINTON — Health
officials say it’s OK to drink
the water again.
According to Davis
County Health officials,
Monday’s water sample test
results showed negative
bacteriological results.
Davis County Health
Risk Coordinator Bob
Ballew also said the required chlorine residual
levels within the City water
system have been achieved,
so the County allowed Clinton City to release the water
advisory.
Ballew said water crews
would continue to run with
a higher than normal level
of chlorine in the water for
a while as a precaution, and
that residents might taste a
little bit of the chlorine, but
that added that such levels
are not harmful.
“We will be continuing to look for any other
cross connections with the
secondary water system,”
said Ballew in a release. “If
you have any information
on known cross connections,
please contact the City.”
Ballew also advised residents to check the Clinton
City website or Facebook
page for home water system
flushing recommendations
from the County Health
Dept.
“We thank all of you for
your patience,” said Ballew.
“Also, a huge thanks goes
out to our City personnel who diligently worked
long hours and through the
weekend to super-chlorinate
the water system, flush the
lines and test the chlorination residuals.”
Over the weekend, Clinton City officials reported
that the water supply no
longer tests positive for E.
coli, and lifted water warnings for most of the community.
Ballew said the city’s
water supply tested positive
for E. coli the afternoon
of Aug. 6, citing a cross
connection between the
city’s culinary and secondary water. Even though the
problem was fixed immediately, Ballew said county
and city officials took every
precaution to make sure no
one was infected.
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Biologists report a growing
Sports
number of bucks can be had this hunting season, Page 21
20
Thursday,
Aug. 14,
2014
Local nails hole-in-one
at Bountiful Ridge Golf Course last week, Page 22
OF LOVE
successful
despite setback
BY SHAIN GILLET
Clipper Sports Editor
NORTH SALT LAKE
— The Fifth annual Ardene
Bullard OF LOVE tennis
tournament ended with an
exhibition tennis match between professionals Rajeev
Ram and Robby Ginepri.
Despite the setback of
the landslide the ruined
Eagleridge Tennis and
Swim Club’s tennis courts,
the tournament continued
without a hitch at Salt Lake
City’s George S. Eccles Tennis Center on the campus of
the University of Utah.
“News of (the) Eagleridge
landslide in North Salt Lake
is devastating for the families
who have lost their homes,”
said tournament organizers
in a press release sent to the
Clipper at the time of the
PrOfeSSIOnaL tennIS PLayer, rObby GInePrI signs autographs with young tennis players during the OF LOVE
Tennis Tournaments morning clinic.
Courtesy Photos
landslide. “We’re also saddened for our close friend
and associate Brad Ferreira,
owner of Eagleridge Tennis
and Swim Club, which has
suffered extensive damage.”
Still, the tournament
turned into a complete success.
Roughly 350 tennis players
of all ages and abilities took
part in the tournament. Winners of each bracket were
not available as of press time;
Fall sports now in full swing
BY SHAIN GILLET
Clipper Sports Editor
WOODS CROSS — The beginning of high
school sports officially kicked off Tuesday as Bountiful, Davis, Woods Cross and Viewmont all started the
girls’ soccer season against respective opponents.
Results of those games were not available at press
time, but are posted on Davis Clipper’s website.
It’s the first of a full slate of Fall Sports that will be
starting in the next couple of weeks as football, cross
country, girls’ tennis and other sports begin to take
center stage.
Tuesday’s opening soccer matches pitted Davis
against the Logan Grizzlies and Viewmont against
the Bingham Miners on the road.
Bountiful also took the bus for its opening soccer
match as the Lady Braves headed to Park City for a
6 p.m. match. Woods Cross was the only south Davis
County high school to open the season at home
when it faced Weber.
Before all the soccer games can be played, golf
teams from south Davis schools took to the links
to start their season as well. Woods Cross’ opening
tournament was scheduled Monday at Kearns and
returned to Bountiful Tuesday to play a round at
Bountiful Ridge.
Davis and Viewmont players started their golf
seasons Thursday afternoon.
however, the tournament
and exhibition match and
between Ram and Ginepri raised approximately
$40,000 to help research
Type I diabetes.
The fundraising effort be-
hind the tournament began
when Ardene Bullard, who
died in 2009, had a granddaughter that was diagnosed
In the next few weeks other sports will start their
seasons as well. Tennis will be making its debut on
the courts as 5A defending champion Davis will
begin its title defense against non-region opponent
Olympus Thursday afternoon at Olympus High
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“faLL” p. 22
“tennIS” p. 22
Just like that ...
high school sports is back
O
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS kicked off the new year with
soccer and golf matches to start the week.
Photo by Kevin Hansen | Davis Clipper
n See
n Friday, May 23, the
Bountiful Braves baseball team closed out the
spring sports season with a 4A
baseball state championship.
It was one of the last spring
sports games to be played, and
it left a lot of Bountiful players,
students and the like with a lasting memory they’ll keep with
them for the rest of their lives.
That was just over 11 weeks
ago, and now that high school
sports are back, there is yet
another chance for more memories to be created.
And what a year it was for
sports across the seasons, too.
Starting with Bountiful High
School, the Braves took home
a state 4A title in at least one
sport in the winter and spring
sports seasons (boys’ basketball,
baseball).
Viewmont’s girls’ soccer team
From the
sidelines
Shain Gillet
once again made it back to the
5A finals to defend its own title,
only to fall short of victory in a
1-0 loss to Brighton, which has
been a constant thorn on the
side of Viewmont in the sport
for the past four years.
Two of the Vikings’ losses
in the finals have come at the
hands of the Bengals, who beat
Viewmont 1-0 in overtime in
2010.
The story lines will continue
to follow the Lady Vikings and
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HIGH SCHOOL” p. 22
CLIPPER • THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 2014
Sports
21
Kaysville Ponds
DWR: A lot of bucks to hunt this year
still hot for fishing
BY SHAIN GILLET
Clipper Sports Editor
BY SHAIN GILLET
Clipper Sports Editor
KAYSVILLE — The
summer season may be
winding down, but fishing
at the Kaysville Ponds
remains hot.
The latest fishing report
from the Utah Division
of Wildlife Resources has
the ponds as one of the
hottest spots to fish in the
county, and is one of the
lone bright spots to fish at
in the State.
Bluegill remains as one
of the best fish to catch
there, and most anglers are
reporting that fishing from
the docks or bridges will
see the most success.
One angler caught four
bluegill and two black
bullhead catfish from the
first pond using only a
worm.
In order to get a bluegill,
using small hooks and a
small piece of worm under
a bobber will catch these
fish.
Worms or stink bait
(also known as “blood
bait”), dough bait or dip
bait, near the bottom of
any of the ponds will yield
a catfish.
Holmes Creek Reservoir is reporting good
fishing conditions for bass,
green sunfish and bluegill.
Bluegill and sunfish as
easily visible according to
most anglers and can be
caught near the rocks on
the dam or by any kind of
underwater structure.
Small hooks with a small
piece of bait are best.
For bass, using lures and
worms under trees will get
WOODS CROSS — The
first wave of fall hunting
seasons begins this Saturday,
Aug. 16 with archery hunts
for deer and elk, among
other species.
The good news for archery hunters is there will
be plenty of deer to hunt
this season.
According to a study conducted by the Utah Division
of Wildlife Resources, the
number of bucks per 100
doe ratio has increased significantly over the past few
years, even as hunters took
home their prizes during the
2013 Fall hunting season.
There will also be two
more units added to the list
this year where deer hunters
with anterless elk-control
permits can take a cow elk
home this year.
The overall number of
bucks per 100 doe is at least
the same as or better than
last year’s numbers, according to the biologists.
In the Northern Utah
units, where most of the
land is private, two large
public hunting units have a
lower rate of bucks to doe.
In the Box Elder unit the
number of bucks to 100 doe
was 12. Unit 2 in the Cache
region reported 13 bucks
per 100 doe.
Due to the mild winter,
biologists said the numbers
could actually be better
than when the study was
first conducted.
Unit 7 in Kamas, where
there is a lot of public land,
there were 22 bucks after
last year’s hunt was over.
Overall, more than 90
percent of the fawns and
adult does on the Cache
unit survived through the
an angler one of these.
The reservoir is privately-owned so a walk-in
access number must be
obtained before fishing
there.
The Bountiful Pond is
reporting good fishing
conditions for bluegill,
carp and catfish near the
inlet and along the east
shore between the two
fishing piers.
Spinners worms and
dough balls are best. A lot
of bites have been reported there, and the pond
is always being restocked
with catfish during the
summer months.
Farmington Pond is still
reporting slow fishing conditions, however during
this time of year the pond
is used mainly for swimming.
Anglers who want to
try their luck at getting
a wiper can still do so.
Fingerling wipers were
recently stocked there.
The Jensen Nature Park
Pond is also still reporting
slow fishing conditions
despite the growing number of anglers visiting the
fishery.
Catfish can usually be
caught there using stink
baits.
Utah Lake in Provo still
remains a hot spot in Utah.
Anything from catfish,
walleye bass and crappie can be caught there if
anglers want to venture
south of Davis County.
For a full fishing report
in all the waters in Utah
visit wildlife.utah.gov/
hotspots.
[email protected]
THERE IS GOOD NEWS for archery elk hunters this season as the number of bucks per 100 doe
has increased in many of the hunting units in Utah. The archery season begins Saturday.
Photo by Scott Root | Utah Division of WIldlife Resources
winter.
“That’s an extremely high
survival rate,” said regional
assistant wildlife manager
for DWR Darren DeBloois
in a press release sent to
the Clipper. “If that rate
continues the deer herds in
northern Utah will continue
to grow.”
The rain received over the
spring and summer months
helped with the survival
of the deer as well, said
DeBloois, leaving them with
plenty of food and water
sources to thrive on.
“Because of that, deer
will be dispersed and at
higher elevations during the
archery hunt,” he said.
The best time to find deer
in any of the units is early in
the evening and in the early
morning hours.
“Figure out the routes
they are taking and find a
spot along the routes that
will allow you to intercept
the deer as they move,” said
DeBloois. “Finding water
sources is the key to finding
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deer, especially in unit 1.”
Hunters who have a
permit in that unit should
be aware of two things,
DeBloois said the black
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in that area, and units three
through six are located
mostly or entirely private
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This has to be one of the most beautiful hikes in the Uintas. The trail starts
next to the restroom and comes to a split quickly, go right for Bald Mountain.
Get ready for nature’s staircase as the trail switchbacks up the rocky face
of Bald Mountain. This will get your heart rate up, so take your time and
stop and enjoy the terrific views below. As you rest, see if you can spot Mt.
Timpanogos in the far distance. Do watch your footing going over loose rocks
and steep vertical sides on the switchbacks. You leave the lower switchbacks
at .06 miles and arrive at the plateau. The rocky trail becomes less steep
as you hike east near small patches of dwarf conifers. The trees disappear
in the higher elevation, around 11,500 feet. At one mile, you leave the
plateau and make the last push to the top. This section has a few dangerous
drop-offs as the trail goes over the boulder field. You arrive at a staircase in
the boulders, which I named “Stairway to Heaven.” As you make your way
up the stairs, all you see is the sky and clouds above and you can’t wait to
see beyond them. At the top of the stairs, the peak is revealed. On the peak
is a stunning 360 degree view of the Uintas. Because of dangerous dropoffs, I don’t recommend this hike to families with small children. It doesn’t
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CLIPPER • THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 2014
2014 Summer outdoor
retailer market shines
BY SHAIN GILLET
Clipper Sports Editor
SALT LAKE CITY
— The Outdoor Retailer
Summer Market once again
shined a bright light on
things to come for the nature
lover in everyone.
A week-long event that
began at Ogden’s Pine View
reservoir and ended at the
Salt Palace is still proving to
be one of the best places to
see items that could hit retail
stores shortly.
The Winter Market, held
later in the year, serves the
same purpose but hasn’t seen
the numbers the summer
version has since it started.
Unique items that were
showcased this year included
an odor eliminator created by Peet Dryer, a myFC
PowerTrekk 2.0 that charges
cell phones and other electronics, and Wheel Brightz,
lights that attach to an entire
Fall
Continued from p. 20
School.
Woods Cross will take
its team to a tournament
in Logan on Saturday, and
Viewmont will begin its season Monday against Alta.
All of those sports will be
leading up to the first set of
football games to be played
next Friday.
Davis and Viewmont,
both with new head coaches
to begin the new season, will
be going up against Bingham and Bonneville.
bicycle wheel for easy viewing at night.
New versions of takealong food and an insect
repellent that also serves as
a sunscreen were also part of
the hundreds of showcased
items during the week-long
expo. Similar to last year, the
Market also featured several
“how-to” clinics on fly fishing, rock climbing and water
yoga, among other activities.
“The feedback from
the market has been very
positive. Summer Market
featured paddlesports, running, climbing, yoga technology and more,” said Emerald
Expositions vice president
and OR show director
Kenji Haroutunian in a press
release sent to the Clipper.
“Each year the OR team
strives to develop content
and business opportunities
that support the growth of
the industry.”
New to this year’s Market
was also the first running
event, the Outdoor Retailer
Summer Market Relay Challenge. An event put together
with Ragnar Relay, the challenge took place on the third
day of the Summer Market
and had teams of three
people go through a ninemile course that began and
ended at the Salt Palace.
Another new area added
to this year’s event was the
Venture Out area, the Tech
Zone and the New Product
Zone, each serving its own
purpose in featuring new or
improved products in the
coming months.
The Market ended Saturday and organizers said
it was one of the stronger
expositions they’ve held. Approximately 27,000 people
attended to see the nearly
1,600 exhibitors available at
this year’s Market.
The Winter Market will be
held from Jan. 20-24 in Salt
Lake City.
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Davis will be at home, the
Vikings will have to travel.
Bountiful and Woods
Cross will open its respective football seasons at
home. The Braves, coming
off a 5-6 overall season,
will once against face Lone
Peak in what has become
an annual opening for both
teams.
The pair have opened the
football campaign against
each other every season
since 2010.
Woods Cross will open
its season at home against
Maple Mountain, the first
of back-to-back home dates
to start the year for the
Wildcats.
Woods Cross is coming off
its best season in 20 years.
The Wildcats were 11-2 in
2013.
For a complete list of
all the school’s upcoming
sports seasons, visit each of
the schools’ websites.
The Davis Clipper will be
publishing its annual Fall
Sports Preview on Thursday,
Aug. 21, covering football,
girls’ soccer and volleyball
for the upcoming season.
High School
Continued from p. 20
their trail of success as another trip to
Rio Tinto likely awaits them once again.
Another story that will follow Viewmont this season is its new head football
coach Scott Ditty. Ditty, a defensive mind
from Alta, will look to return Viewmont
to its winning ways after back-to-back
disappointing seasons in Region 1 and 2.
The Vikings have won three games the
last two years on the football field.
At Davis the story will likely start with
its new football coach, a familiar face in
Tyler Gladwell.
He served as a coordinator for many
years for the recently-departed Ryan
Bishop, who became the second coach
over the summer from Davis High School
to step down in order to take a position
elsewhere and away from coaching.
Others will be looking at the crosscountry and volleyball teams, which have
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only gotten more successful with each
passing season.
I hear the girls’ golf team is pretty good
too, seeing as how they will be defending
a state championship in the spring.
The football season will start with a
bang for Woods Cross fans, who finally
had their prayers answered by having one
of the best seasons in school history last
year.
They suffered only one loss (to region
champion East) during the season and
made a semi-final appearance for the first
time in two decades, so they’ll be ones to
watch as the season rolls along.
There are still plenty of other stories
lined up and ready to be read, typed, and
seen across the county, and I’m looking
forward to getting back on the field of
play.
With the girls’ soccer season already
underway, I can’t wait to see what lies
ahead for all our local teams.
[email protected]
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Lovell records ace at Bountiful Ridge
BOUNTIFUL — Ky
Lovell recently recorded
a hole-in-one at Bountiful Ridge Golf Course last
week.
Lovell’s ace was accomplished at the Par 3 14th
hole, measuring at 146 yards
that day.
He used a 9-iron for his
ace.
Witnesses to the event
were
HOLE IN 1
Taylor
Clyde,
Nate
Huschka
and Jake
Morrill.
If you
have a
hole-in-one and would like
to have it published in the
Clipper, call 801-295-2251
ext. 141 or email [email protected]
davisclipper.com.
Please include information such as name, witnesses,
golf course, hole number,
yardage and club used.
A photo may also be
submitted at the golfer’s
request.
[email protected]
Tennis
Continued from p. 20
with Type I Diabetes. Bullard
spent much of her time with
the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).
Her husband and family
started the tournament the
year after her death in order
to continue raising funds in
her name.
Type I diabetes does not
allow the body to produce its
own insulin, a hormone that
is needed to convert food
into energy.
It is also typically found in
children and young adults.
Every year the tournament has been held, all of
the proceeds from it have
gone to the Utah Chapter of
JDRF. Annually they have
raised an average of $40,000,
which continued this year.
The exhibition match this
year included a clinic, held
by both professional players
that was held in the morning.
The day concluded with the
two playing an exhibition
match.
Other activities such as
a silent auction were held
throughout the week.
Organizers thanked the
University of Utah for donating their time and space
for the tournament.
The tournament, which is
sanctioned by the U.S. Ten-
LANDSLIDE DAMAGE at the NSL club forced a change
of venue.
Photo by Dan Metcalf|Davis Clipper
nis Association, is now the
second largest supporter of
JDRF in Utah.
“This tournament celebrates the dedicated search
for a T1D cure and will one
day help millions of people,”
said Carol Hatch, board
president for Utah JDRF
chapter. “We are honored
and excited to be working
toward such a worthy cause.”
For more information
about the tournament or the
Juvenile Diabetes Research
Fund, visit oflovetournament.
com and jdrf.org.
[email protected]
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BOUNTIFUL, UTAH 84010
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570 Apartment for Rent
BOUNTIFUL 17 E. 400 N. 2bd,
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750 Office Space Rent/Sale
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5TH SOUTH Office Space 5002,000sqft, Shared or Private from
$250 up, 801-244-2400 or 801292-2882
610 Condo for Sale
COUNTRY SPRINGS Condominium 1609 Country Springs Lane,
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SUMMONS
IN THE SECOND DISTRICT JUVENILE COURT IN AND FOR
DAVIS COUNTY
STATE OF UTAH
Case Nos. 509217, 1038254,
1047195
State of Utah in the interest: (M.R.
(DOB: 05/19/03); M.R. (DOB:
12/13/06); M.R. (DOB: 11/23/10
Name of parent(s)/legal guardian: State of Utah
THE STATE OF UTAH TO:
MONICA REYNOLDS
You are hereby summoned to
appear before the above-entitled
court, 800 W. State St., Farmington, UT on SEPTEMBER 2,
2014 at 2:00 p.m. to respond to
a Petition on file with the court
alleging that your parental rights
to the above-named children will
be terminated. You have a right to
be represented by an attorney at
these proceedings. If you do not
appear at the time and place set
forth herein, the hearing will proceed in your absence and could
result in a termination of your parental rights. C-968 7/31-8/21
of record, Stephen J. Buhler, Attorney at Law, 3540 South 4000
West, Suite 245, West Valley City,
Utah 84120; or (3) file their written
claim with the Clerk of the District
Court in Davis County or otherwise
present their claims as required by
Utah law within three months after
the date of the first publication of
this notice or be forever barred.
Date of first publication: Aug. 7,
2014
Stephen J. Buhler
Attorney at Law
3540 South 4000 West,
Ste. 245
West Valley City, UT 84120
C-996 8/7-21
have desired a large community
park and recreation facility to meet
the growing demand for youth
and adult recreation programs
in the City and have heretofore
spent considerable general fund
dollars and park impact fees collected to purchase ground for such
facilities.
TIME, PLACE, AND LOCATION
OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Council shall hold a public
hearing on Tuesday, September
16, 2014, at the hour of 7:00
p.m. in the City Council Chambers, located at 160 South Main,
Farmington, Utah. The purpose
of the hearing is to receive input
from the public with respect to
the issuance of the Bonds, the
Recreation Sales Tax and any
potential economic impact that the
improvements, facilities, or properties financed in whole or in part
with the proceeds of the Bonds
may have on the private sector. All
members of the public are invited
to attend and participate.
PURPOSE FOR ISSUING THE
BONDS, MAXIMUM AMOUNT
AND SECURITY
The Bonds are to be issued in
the aggregate principal amount of
not to exceed $6,000,000 for the
purpose of financing all or a portion of the costs of the construction
of a public park and recreational
facility, and related improvements
(the “Community Park Project”),
and paying costs of issuance of
the Bonds. The Bonds shall be
secured by ad valorem property
taxes of the City to the extent authorized by law.
The Bonds may be issued in one
or more series and be sold from
time to time, all as the Council
may determine.
DATED this August 5, 2014.
/s/ Holly Gadd
City Recorder
C-1004 8/14-21
AND RESTRICTIONS. TOGETHER WITH AN UNDIVIDED INTEREST IN AND TO THE COMMON
AREAS AS THE SAME IS ESTABLISHED AND IDENTIFIED IN
THE MAP AND DECLARATION
OF AMENDMENTS REFERRED
TO HEREINABOVE, WHICH
INTEREST WILL CHANGE IN
THE EVENT OF THE FILING
OF SUBSEQUENT PHASES
OF SAID PROJECT, AS RECITED AND DEFINED IN SAID
DECLARATION. TOGETHER
WITH AND SUBJECT TO EASEMENTS THROUGH SAID UNITS,
APPURTENANT TO THE COMMON AREA, AND ALL OTHER
UNITS, FOR THE SUPPORT
AND REPAIR OF SAID UNIT, OF
THE COMMON AREA, AND ALL
OTHER UNITS. SUBJECT TO
THE PROVISIONS OF THE UTAH
CONDOMINIUM OWNERSHIP
ACT, THE AFORESAID “DECLARATION” AND “AMENDMENTS”
AND THE AFORESAID “SURVEY MAPS” AND ALL RULES,
REGULATIONS AND AGREEMENTS LAWFULLY MADE AND/
OR ENTERED INTO PURSUANT
TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE
AFORESAID ACT AND DECLARATION, AND ALL EASEMENTS,
CONDITIONS AND RESTRICTION AND AGREEMENTS OF
RECORD.
Tax ID: 02-035-0114
The current Beneficiary of the
trust deed is UTAH HOUSING
CORPORATION, and the record
owner of the property as of the
recording of the Notice of Default
is ALAYNE TIMPSON, A SINGLE
WOMAN.
Bidders must tender to the
trustee a $20,000.00 deposit at
the sale and the balance of the
purchase price by 2:00 p.m. the
day following the sale. Both the
deposit and the balance must be
paid to Lincoln Title Insurance
Agency in the form of a wire transfer, cashier’s check or certified
funds. Cash payments, personal
checks or trust checks are not
accepted.
DATED: July 28, 2014.
LINCOLN TITLE
INSURANCE AGENCY
By: Paula Maughan
Its: Vice President
Telephone: (801) 476-0303
web site: www.smithknowles.
com
SK File No. 14-0410
C-975 7/31-8/14
BUSINESS DAY, AT THE OFFICE OF THE TRUSTEE), At the
main entrance of the davis county
district court Bountiful Department,
805 South Main Street Bountiful,
Utah all right, title and interest
conveyed to and now held by it
under said Deed of Trust in the
property situated in said County
and State described as: Beginning at the southwest corner
of lot 2, block 31, plat “a”, centerville townsite survey, in the
city of centerville and running
thence north 70.0 feet; thence
east 102.0 feet; thence south
70.0 feet; thence west 102.0
feet to the point of beginning.
The street address and other
common designation, if any, of the
real property described above is
purported to be: 415 East Center
Street Centerville Ut 84014 Estimated Total Debt as of September
30, 2014 is $232,576.16. The undersigned Trustee disclaims any
liability for any incorrectness of
the street address and other common designation, if any, shown
herein. Said sale will be made,
but without covenant or warranty,
express or implied, regarding
title, possession, condition, or
encumbrances, including fees,
charges and expenses of the
Trustee and of the trusts created
by said Deed of Trust, to pay the
remaining principle sums of the
note(s) secured by said Deed of
Trust. The current beneficiary of
the Trust Deed as of the date of
this notice is: Everbank and the
record owners of the property as
of the recording of the Notice of
Default is/are: Megan R Looney.
James H. Woodall, TRUSTEE
10808 River Front Parkway, Suite
175 South Jordan Ut 84095
(801)254-9450 James H. Woodall
Signature/By Dated: July 25, 2014
DLPP-439147 08/07/14, 08/14/14,
08/21/14
C-976
PLAT THEREOF ON FILE AND
OF RECORD IN THE OFFICE OF
THE DAVIS COUNTY RECORDER. Tax ID: 12-367-0159
The current Beneficiary of the
trust deed is UTAH HOUSING
CORPORATION, and the record
owner of the property as of the
recording of the Notice of Default
is KYLER RAMSDELL-OLIVA, AN
UNMARRIED WOMAN.
Bidders must tender to the
trustee a $20,000.00 deposit at
the sale and the balance of the
purchase price by 2:00 p.m. the
day following the sale. Both the
deposit and the balance must be
paid to Lincoln Title Insurance
Agency in the form of a wire transfer, cashier’s check or certified
funds. Cash payments, personal
checks or trust checks are not
accepted.
DATED: August 11, 2014.
LINCOLN TITLE
INSURANCE AGENCY
By: Paula Maughan
Its: Vice President
Telephone: (801) 476-0303
web site: www.smithknowles.
com
SK File No. 14-0442
C-1015 8/14-28
CENTERVILLE CITY
PLANNING COMMISSION
MILES MEADOW
SUBDIVISION
Notice is hereby given that
the Centerville City Planning
Commission will hold a public
hearing on Wednesday, August
27, 2014, beginning at 7:00
p.m., or as soon thereafter as
the matter may be heard, in
the City Council Chambers at
the Centerville City Hall Building, 250 North Main Street,
Centerville, in consideration of
conceptual subdivision plan for
Miles Meadow Subdivision; which
consists of a 3-Lot Subdivision, to
be located at 580 East 100 South,
in the R-L Zone.
More information about this
proposed change, please contact Community Development at
801.292.8232.
Marsha L. Morrow, MMC
Centerville City Recorder
C-1014 8/14
CENTERVILLE CITY
PLANNING COMMISSION
MICKELSON MEADOWS
SUBDIVISION
Notice is hereby given that the
Centerville City Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, August 27,
2014, beginning at 7:00 p.m., or
as soon thereafter as the matter
may be heard, in the City Council Chambers at the Centerville
City Hall Building, 250 North
Main Street, Centerville, in consideration of conceptual subdivision plan for Mickelson Meadows
Subdivision; which consists of a
4-Lot Subdivision, to be located
at 696 East Center Street, in the
R-L Zone.
More information about this
proposed change, please contact Community Development at
801.292.8232.
Marsha L. Morrow, MMC
Centerville City Recorder
C-1013 8/14
ANNOUNCEMENT OF
APPOINTMENT AND NOTICE
TO CREDITORS
Estate of MEGAN NILEMA DALY,
Deceased
Probate No. 143700281
Alice Brenda Brannan, whose
address is 1344 East Stratford
Ave., Salt Lake City, Utah 84106,
has been appointed Personal
Representative of the aboveentitled estate. Creditors of the
estate are hereby notified to (1)
deliver or mail their written claims
to the personal representative at
the address above; (2) deliver or
mail their written claims to the
personal representative’s attorney
ANNOUNCEMENT OF
APPOINTMENT AND NOTICE
TO CREDITORS
Probate No. 143700295
IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL
DISTRICT COURT FOR DAVIS
COUNTY, STATE OF UTAH
In the matter of the Estate of SIDNEY K. PRICE
TRACY E. PRICE, whose address is C/O THE FADEL LAW
FIRM, 170 West 400 South,
Bountiful, UT 84010, has been
appointed Personal Representative of the above entitled estate.
Creditors of the estate are hereby
notified to: (1) deliver or mail their
written claims to the Personal
Representative at the address
above; (2) deliver or mail their written claims to the Personal Representative’s attorney, DOUGLAS K.
FADEL, THE FADEL LAW FIRM,
170 West 400 South, Bountiful, UT
84010; (3) file their written claims
with the Clerk of the District Court
at the Second District Court in
Davis County, or otherwise present their claims as required by
Utah law within three months after
the date of the first publication of
this notice or be forever barred.
C-1005 8/14-28
KAYSVILLE CITY
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that
the Kaysville City Planning Commission will hold a public hearing
on Thursday, August 28, 2014, at
7:00 p.m. in the Council Room of
the Kaysville City Municipal Center
to consider amendment of the
Kaysville City General Plan.
I hereby certify that I posted
a copy of the foregoing Public
Hearing notice on the municipality’s official website by August
12, 2014.
Wade Flint
Zoning Administrator
C-1016 8/14-21
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to the provisions of the
Local Government Bonding Act,
Title 11, Chapter 14, Utah Code
Annotated 1953, as amended, that
on August 5, 2014, the City Council
(the “Council”) of Farmington City,
Utah (the “City”), adopted a resolution (the “Resolution”) in which it
authorized the calling of an election (the “Election”) concerning
two separate propositions for the
issuance of the City’s General
Obligation Bonds (the “Bonds”)
and the approval of a local sales
and use tax of up to 0.1% to fund
and support recreational, cultural,
and other organizations and facilities pursuant to Title 59, Chapter
12, Part 14 of the Utah Code
Annotated 1953, as amended
(the “Recreation Sales Tax”) and
called a public hearing to receive
input from the public with respect
to the issuance of the Bonds, the
Recreation Sales Tax, and any
potential economic impact that
the improvements, facilities or
properties financed in whole or
in part with the proceeds of the
Bonds (see below) may have on
the private sector. City officials
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE
The following described property will be sold at public auction
to the highest bidder, payable in
lawful money of the United States
at the time of sale, at the Justice
Complex, Court’s Building, 800
West State Street, Farmington,
Utah 84025, on September 3,
2014, at 3:00 p.m. of said day,
for the purpose of foreclosing a
trust deed dated February 14,
2013, and executed by ALAYNE
TIMPSON, A SINGLE WOMAN,
as Trustor, in favor of MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC. SOLELY
AS NOMINEE FOR ACADEMY
MORTGAGE CORPORATION as
Beneficiary, which Trust Deed was
recorded on February 15, 2013,
as Entry No. 2720534, in Book
5708, at Page 1123, in the Official
Records of Davis County, State
of Utah covering real property
purportedly located at 238 Park
Lane, Centerville, Utah 84014
in Davis County, Utah, and more
particularly described as:
LOT 114, CONTAINED WITHIN
THE PHEASANTBROOK PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PART VII) AS
THE SAME IS IDENTIFIED IN
THE PLAT RECORDED IN BOOK
692, AT PAGE 560, OF OFFICIAL
RECORDS, AND IN THE DECLARATION OF COVENANTS, CONDITIONS, AND RESTRICTION
OF THE PHEASANTBROOK
PLANNED UNITY DEVELOPMENT (PART VII) RECORDED
IN BOOK 692, AT PAGE 561, OF
OFFICIAL RECORDS OF DAVIS
COUNTY, UTAH. TOGETHER
WITH A RIGHT AND EASEMENT
OF USE AND ENJOYMENT IN
AND TO THE COMMON AREAS
AND LIMITED COMMON AREAS,
DESCRIBED AND PROVIDED
FOR, IN SAID DECLARATION
OF COVENANTS, CONDITIONS
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE
APN: 021040021 TRA: Trust
No. 1371575-20 Ref: looney,
megan IMPORTANT NOTICE TO
PROPERTY OWNER YOU ARE
IN DEFAULT UNDER A DEED
OF TRUST, DATED November
18, 2009 UNLESS YOU TAKE
ACTION TO PROTECT YOUR
PROPERTY, IT MAY BE SOLD AT
A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU NEED
AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDING
AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD
CONTACT A LAWYER. On September 30, 2014, at 10:30am,
James H. Woodall, as duly appointed Trustee under and pursuant to Deed of Trust recorded
November 25, 2009, as inst. No.
2496016, in book 4909, page
1590-1597, of Official Records in
the office of the County Recorder
of Davis County, State of Utah
executed by Megan R Looney, A
Married Woman WILL SELL AT
PUBLIC AUCTION TO HIGHEST
BIDDER, PAYABLE IN LAWFUL MONEY OF THE UNITED
STATES AT THE TIME OF SALE,
(SUCCESSFUL BIDDERS MUST
TENDER A DEPOSIT OF $20,000
IN CERTIFIED FUNDS TO THE
TRUSTEE AT THE TIME OF
SALE, WITH THE BALANCE DUE
BY NOON THE FOLLOWING
NOTICE OF ZONE TEXT AMENDMENT HEARING FARMINGTON
CITY Notice is hereby given, that
on Tuesday, September 2, 2014,
at 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as business permits, at the
Farmington City Hall, 160 South
Main Street, the Farmington City
Council will hold a public hearing
to consider a request for a Zone
Text Amendment regarding Chapter 18 of the Zoning Ordinance and
the Regulating Plan (Application
#ZT-7-14). The public is invited to
attend the hearing and give written
or oral comments. DATED this 8th
day of August, 2014. Holly Gadd,
City Recorder
C-1009 8/14
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE
The following described property will be sold at public auction
to the highest bidder, payable in
lawful money of the United States
at the time of sale, at the Justice
Complex, Court’s Building, 800
West State Street, Farmington,
Utah 84025, on September 17,
2014, at 3:00 p.m. of said day,
for the purpose of foreclosing
a trust deed dated October 7,
2013, and executed by KYLER
RAMSDELL-OLIVA, AN UNMARRIED WOMAN, as Trustor, in favor
of MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS,
INC. SOLELY AS NOMINEE
FOR SUN VALLEY MORTGAGE,
LLC as Beneficiary, which Trust
Deed was recorded on October
9, 2013, as Entry No. 2771127,
in Book 5870, at Page 613, in the
Official Records of Davis County,
State of Utah covering real property purportedly located at 2133
West 1175 South, Syracuse, Utah
84075 in Davis County, Utah, and
more particularly described as:
LOT 159, CANTERBURY
CROSSING ESTATES NO. 6,
ACCORDING TO THE OFFICIAL
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE
The property described below
will be sold at public auction to
the highest bidder. The sale will
be held at the main entrance of
the Davis County Courthouse,
805 South Main Street, Bountiful,
Utah on, Thursday, August 28,
2014 at 11:00 a.m. The purpose
of the sale is the foreclosure of a
Deed of Trust (the “Trust Deed”)
granted by GREY HAWK ENTERPRISES, LLC and KRISS GROUP,
LLC, as Trustor, in favor of FIRST
UTAH BANK, as Beneficiary and
FIRST UTAH BANK as original
Trustee on the March 10, 2008
Trust Deed, and SEITER PHILLIPPS HOLDINGS COMPANY,
LLC, as Trustor in favor of FIRST
UTAH BANK as Beneficiary and
FIRST UTAH BANK as original
Trustee, on the March 22, 2013
Trust Deed. On both Trust Deeds,
GARY E. DOCTORMAN, an active
member of the Utah State Bar, is
the Successor Trustee. Two Trust
Deeds, the first dated March 10,
2008, recorded March 10, 2008,
as Entry No. 2347695, in Book
4486 at Page 1335, in the Official
Records of the County Recorder
of Davis County, State of Utah,
and the second dated March 22,
2013 and recorded May 24, 2013,
as entry No. 2743273, in Book
5777, at pages 1145-1153, in the
Official Records of the Country
Recorder of Davis County, State of
Utah and covers the real property
described as:
Lot 2 Outdoor Recreation Outlets
Subdivision, according to the
official plat thereof on file and of
record in the Davis County Recorder’s Office.
Lot 4D, Outdoor Recreation Outlets Subdivision, Lot 4 Amended,
according to the official plat thereof
on file and of record in the Davis
County Recorder’s Office.
The Notice of Default for the
Trust Deed was recorded on April
1, 2014 as Entry No. 2796937, in
Book 5987, at Pages 519-520 in
the Official Records of the County
Recorder of Davis County, State
of Utah.
The current Beneficiary of
the Trust Deed is FIRST UTAH
BANK and the record owner of the
above described property as of the
recording of the Notice of Default
is GREY HAWK ENTERPRISES,
LLC AND KRISS GROUP, LLC
and SEITER PHILLIPPS HOLDINGS COMPANY, LLC.
The purchase price is payable in
lawful money of the United States
at the time of sale. Bidders must
tender to the Trustee the purchase
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Classified
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9000 LEGAL
9000 LEGAL
9000 LEGAL
9000 LEGAL
9000 LEGAL
9000 LEGAL
price by 12:00 noon the day following the sale. The payment
must be in the form of a cashier’s
check and Bank “Official Checks”
are not acceptable. A Trustee’s
Deed will be made available to
the successful bidder within three
business days following receipt
of the bid amount. The property
is to be sold without any warranties whatsoever, including, but
not limited to, warranties of title,
possession, condition or encumbrances. For further information
about the sale please contact
the Trustee. The purpose of this
Notice is to collect a debt and any
information obtained maybe used
for that purpose.
DATED as of July 22, 2014.
TRUSTEE
Gary E. Doctorman
Parsons Behle & Latimer
201 South Main Street,
Suite 1800
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
(801)532-1234
Office Hours 8:30 a.m. to 5:007
C-969 7/31-8/14
conveyance or diversion.
Parcel ID No.: 05-088-0008 (for
informational purposes only)
The Trustee disclaims any
responsibility for any error in the
description of the physical address or legal description of the
property. The sale of the property
described herein will be made
without any warranty, including
warranties as to title, possession,
encumbrances or bankruptcy
status. Bidders must be prepared
to tender $5,000.00 in certified
funds at the sale and the balance
of the purchase price in certified
funds by 12:00 p.m. noon the
day following the sale. Both the
deposit and balance must be paid
to “Wrona Gordon & Dubois, P.C.”
in the form of a cashier’s check or
official bank check, certified funds
or wire transfer. Cash payments,
personal checks or trust checks
will not be accepted.
The current beneficiary of the
Deed of Trust is Ron Crapo and
the record owner of the property
as of the recording of the notice of
default is Praia, LLC.
Dated this 7 day of August,
2014.
Brady T. Gibbs,
Successor Trustee
WRONA GORDON & DUBOIS,
PC
11650 South State Street, Suite
103
Draper, Utah 84020
Tel.: (801) 676-5252
C-1008 8/14-28
Justice Complex, 800 West State
Street, Farmington, UT. Per The
Secretary of Housing and Urban
Development the estimated opening bid will be $292,048.77. There
will be no pro-ration of taxes,
rents or other income or liabilities,
except that the purchaser will
pay, at or before the closing, his
prorate share of any real estate
taxes that have been paid by the
Secretary to the date of the foreclosure sale. When making a bid,
all bidders except the Secretary
must submit a deposit totaling ten
percent (10%) of the Secretary’s
estimated bid amount, in the form
of a cashier’s check made payable
to the Foreclosure Commissioner
Cimarron Trustee Services. Each
oral bid need not be accompanied
by a deposit. If the successful bid
is an oral, a deposit of $29,204.87
must be presented before the
bidding is closed. The deposit is
nonrefundable. The remainder of
the purchase price must be delivered within 30 days of the sale or
such time as the Secretary may
determine for good cause shown,
time being of the essence. This
amount, like the bid deposits,
must be delivered in the form of a
cashier’s check or certified check.
If the Secretary is the high bidder,
he need not pay the bid amount
in cash. The successful bidder
will pay all conveyancing fees, all
real estate and other taxes that
are due on or after the delivery of
the remainder of the payment and
all other costs associated with the
transfer of title. At the conclusion
of the sale, the deposits of the unsuccessful bidders will be returned
to them. The Secretary may grant
an extension of time with which
to deliver the remainder of the
payment. All extensions will be
fore 9-day increments for a fee of
$600.00 paid in advance. The extension fee shall be in the form of
certified or cashier’s check made
payable to the commissioner. If the
high bidder closed the sale prior to
the expiration period, the unused
portion of the extension fee shall
be applied toward the amount
due. If the high bidder is unable to
close the sale within the required
period, or within any extensions
of time granted by the Secretary,
the high bidder may be required to
forfeit the cask deposit or, at the
election of the Foreclosure Commissioner after consultation with
the HUD Field Office representative, will be liable to HUD for any
costs incurred as a result of such
failure. The Commissioner may, at
the direction of HUD Field Office
Representative, offer the property
to the second highest bidder to an
amount equal to the highest price
offered by that bidder. There is
no right of redemption, or right of
possession based upon a right of
redemption, in the mortgagor or
others subsequent to a foreclosure completed pursuant to the
Act. Therefore, the Foreclosure
Commissioner will issue a Deed
to the purchaser(s) upon receipt
of the entire purchase price in
accordance with the terms of the
sale as proved herein HUD does
not guarantee that the property will
be vacant. The amount that must
be paid by the Mortgagor, to stop
the sale prior to the scheduled
sale date is $291,873.77 as of
8/25/2014 PLUS all other amounts
that are due under the mortgage
agreement. Plus advertising costs
and postage expenses incurred in
giving notice, mileage by the most
reasonable road distance for posting notices and for the Foreclosure
Commissioner’s attendance at the
sale, reasonable and customary
costs incurred for title and lien
record searches, the necessary
out-of-pocket costs incurred by
the Foreclosure Commissioner
for recording documents. Plus a
commission for the Foreclosure
commissioner and all other costs
incurred in the connection with
the foreclosure prior to reinstatement. Date: April 29, 2014 FORECLOSURE COMMISSIONER:
CIMARRON SERVICE CORP,
of NEVADA 425 Mechem Drive
Ruidoso, NM 88345 Telephone
No. (575) 808-8394 Facsimile No.
(575) 808-8397 CATHEY E. LATNER, Vice President P1103190
7/31, 8/7, 08/14/2014 C-971
Davis County, or otherwise present their claims as required by
Utah law within three months after
the date of the first publication of
this notice or be forever barred.
C-1006 8/14-28
NOTICE TO WATER USERS
The applications below were
filed with the Division of Water
Rights in Davis County.
These are informal proceedings
per Rule R655-6-2.
Protests concerning an application must be legibly written
or typed, contain the name and
mailing address of the protesting
party, STATE THE APPLICATION
NUMBER PROTESTED, CITE
REASONS FOR THE PROTEST,
and REQUEST A HEARING, if
desired. Also, A $15 FEE MUST
BE INCLUDED FOR EACH
APPLICATION PROTESTED.
Protests must be filed with the
Division of Water Rights, PO
Box 146300, Salt Lake City, UT
84114-6300, or by hand delivery
to a Division office during normal
business hours ON OR BEFORE
SEPTEMBER 10, 2014.
Please visit http://waterrights.
utah.gov or call (801)-538-7240
for additional information.
CHANGE APPLICATION(S)
31-1803(a40055): Layton City
propose(s) using 1317.0 ac-ft.
from groundwater (Layton City
service area) for MUNICIPAL: In
Layton.
31-2425(a40056): Layton City
propose(s) using 1612.0 ac-ft.
from groundwater (Layton City
service area) for MUNICIPAL: In
Layton.
Kent L. Jones, P.E.
STATE ENGINEER
C-1003 8/14-21
CENTERVILLE CITY
PLANNING COMMISSION
ZONE MAP AMENDMENT 564 WEST PORTER LANE
Notice is hereby given that
the Centerville City Planning
Commission will hold a public
hearing on Wednesday, August
27, 2014, beginning at 7:00 p.m.,
or as soon thereafter as the
matter may be heard, in the City
Council Chambers at the Centerville City Hall Building, 250
North Main Street, Centerville, to
consider a zone map amendment
(rezone) for parcels located at 564
West 400 South (#03-001-0125,
2.03 acres, #03-001-0145, 4.44
acres), from R-L (Residential-Low)
Zone to R-M (Residential-Medium)
Zone to potentially allow development of an assisted living facility
and/or several independent dwelling/living units.
More information about this proposed project contact Community
Development at 801.292.8232.
Marsha L. Morrow, MMC
Centerville City Recorder
C-1012 8/14
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE
The following described property will be sold at public auction to
the highest bidder, payable in lawful money of the United States of
America at the time of sale, at the
West entrance of the Farmington
Courthouse, located at Farmington, on September 16, 2014, at the
hour of 10:00 a.m. (MDT) of said
day, for the purpose of foreclosing that certain Trust Deed with
Assignment of Rents (the “Deed
of Trust”), dated September 24,
2013, and executed by Praia,
LLC, as Trustor, in favor of Ron
Crapo as Beneficiary, which Deed
of Trust was recorded on September 27, 2013 in the Davis County
Recorder’s Office as Recorder’s
Entry No. 2768965 and affects real
property situated in Davis County,
State of Utah and more particularly
described as follows:
See Attached Exhibit “A”
Exhibit A
All of the Northwest Quarter of the
Northwest Quarter and the East
one-half of the Northwest Quarter
and the Northwest Quarter of the
Northeast Quarter of Section 34,
Township 2 North, Range 1 East,
Salt Lake Base and Meridian, in
the City of Bountiful, County of
Davis, State of Utah, according
to the official plat thereof on file
and of record in the Davis County
Recorder’s Office.
Together with all water rights
appurtenant thereto or used in
conjuncton therewith. Also such
points of diversion as evidenced
on the ground as evidenced by
ditches, dam and other means or
FHA # 5213775103 TS#14-1305525 NOTICE OF DEFAULT AND
FORECLOSURE SALE WHEREAS, on 07/20/1995, certain (Deed
of Trust) was executed by Louise
T. Heiner, as Trustor, in favor of
Western Mortgage Loan Corporation, as beneficiary, and United
Savings Bank, as Trustee and
was Recorded on 7/26/1995 as
Entry No. 1190403 in Book 1897,
Page 1096, in the office of the
Davis County, Utah Recorder, and
WHEREAS, the Deed of Trust was
insured by the UNITED STATES
SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND
URBAN DEVELOPMENT, (the
Secretary) pursuant to the National Housing Act for the purpose
of providing single family housing;
and WHEREAS, the beneficial
interest in the Deed of Trust is now
owned by the Secretary, pursuant
to an assignment recorded on
3/17/2006, as Entry No. 2152690
in Book 3993, Page 226-227 in
the office of the Davis County,
Utah Recorder, and WHEREAS, a
default has been made by reason
of failure to pay all sums due under
the Deed of Trust, pursuant to
Paragraph 9 Subsection (i) of said
deed of Trust and WHEREAS, by
virtue of this default, the Secretary
has declared the entire amount
of the indebtedness secured by
the Deed of Trust to be immediately due and payable, NOW
THEREFORE, pursuant to the
power vesting in me by the Single
Family Mortgage Foreclosure Act
of 1994, 12 U.S.C. 3751 et seq.,
by 24 CFR part 27, subpart B, and
by the Secretary’s designation of
us as Foreclosure Commissioner”
notice is hereby given that on
8/26/2014 at 12:00 p.m. local time,
all real and personal property at or
used in connection with following
described premises (“Property”)
will be sold at public auction to the
highest bidder: Commonly known
as: 363 East 100 South, Bountiful, UT 84010 APN: 03-031-0050
More thoroughly described as: A
portion of Lot 1, in Block 25, Plat
“A”, Bountiful Townsite Survey,
records of Davis County, Utah, as
more fully described in said Deed
of Trust. The sale will be held at the
following location: At the main entrance (public entry) to the Courts
Building-Davis County Criminal
ANNOUNCEMENT OF
APPOINTMENT
AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Doris Delaine Taylor,
Deceased.
Davis County Probate No.
143700239
MINDY S. GREEN, whose address is 2286 West 2175 South,
Syracuse, Utah 84075, has been
appointed Personal Representative of the above-entitled estate.
Creditors of the estate are hereby
notified to: (1) deliver or mail their
written claims to the Personal
Representative at the address
above; (2) deliver or mail their
written claims to the Personal
Representative’s attorney of record, Scott Dopp, Esq., at the following address: 330 North Main
Street, Kaysville, Utah 84037, or
(3) file their written claims with the
Clerk of the District Court in Davis
County, or otherwise present their
claims as required by Utah law
within three months after the date
of the first publication of this notice
or be forever barred.
Date of first publication: Aug. 7,
2014
Dated this 18th day of July,
2014
KING & KING
SCOTT DOPP, Esq.
Attorneys for the Estate
330 North Main Street
Kaysville, Utah 84037
Telephone:(801) 543-2288
C-997 8/7-21
NOTICE OF TEXT AMENDMENT
HEARING FARMINGTON CITY
Notice is hereby given, that on
Thursday, September 4, 2014,
at 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter
as business permits, at the Farmington City Hall, 160 South Main
Street, the Farmington City Planning Commission will hold a public
hearing to consider a request for
a Text Amendment of Chapters
1 and 6 of the Subdivision Ordinance regarding the approval
process for major subdivisions and
related chapters where necessary
(Application #ZT-9-14). The public
is invited to attend the hearing and
give written or oral comments.
DATED this 8th day of August,
2014. Holly Gadd, City Recorder
C-1011 8/14
ANNOUNCEMENT OF
APPOINTMENT AND NOTICE
TO CREDITORS
Probate No. 143700227
IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL
DISTRICT COURT FOR DAVIS
COUNTY, STATE OF UTAH
In the matter of the Estate of MORGAN BRUCE CLARKE
TYSON M. CLARKE, whose
address is C/O THE FADEL LAW
FIRM, 170 West 400 South,
Bountiful, UT 84010, has been
appointed Personal Representative of the above entitled estate.
Creditors of the estate are hereby
notified to: (1) deliver or mail their
written claims to the Personal
Representative at the address
above; (2) deliver or mail their written claims to the Personal Representative’s attorney, DOUGLAS K.
FADEL, THE FADEL LAW FIRM,
170 West 400 South, Bountiful, UT
84010; (3) file their written claims
with the Clerk of the District Court
at the Second District Court in
NOTICE OF ZONING MAP
AMENDMENT HEARING FARMINGTON CITY Notice is hereby
given, that on Tuesday, September 2, 2014, at 7:00 p.m., or
as soon thereafter as business
permits, at the Farmington City
Hall, 160 South Main Street, the
Farmington City Council will hold
a public hearing to consider a
request by Phil Holland for Rezone of property located at approximately 1600 South and 86
West from an A to an LR zone.
(Application #Z-2-14). The public
is invited to attend the hearing
and give written or oral comments.
DATED this 8th day of August,
2014. Holly Gadd, City Recorder
C-1010 8/14
SUMMONS
Brian Richard Nave
Service of divorce by Rachel Marie
Rey Call or mail reply:
800 West State Street, Farmington, Utah 84025
(801) 447-3800
C-1001 8/14-28
ANNOUNCEMENT OF
APPOINTMENT AND NOTICE
TO CREDITORS
Probate No. 143700258
IN THE SECOND JUDICIAL
DISTRICT COURT FOR DAVIS
COUNTY, STATE OF UTAH
In the matter of the Estate of
JAMES LEO GOLDEN
ROBERT F. BANGERTER,
whose address is C/O THE FADEL
LAW FIRM, 170 West 400 South,
Bountiful, UT 84010, has been
appointed Personal Representative of the above entitled estate.
Creditors of the estate are hereby
notified to: (1) deliver or mail their
written claims to the Personal
Representative at the address
above; (2) deliver or mail their written claims to the Personal Representative’s attorney, DOUGLAS K.
FADEL, THE FADEL LAW FIRM,
170 West 400 South, Bountiful, UT
84010; (3) file their written claims
with the Clerk of the District Court
at the Second District Court in
Davis County, or otherwise present their claims as required by
Utah law within three months after
the date of the first publication of
this notice or be forever barred.
C-1007 8/14-28
AAA Summit Storage Legal
Notice
Notice is hereby given by AAA
Summit Storage, which the following property in the storage facilities
at 1763 W. 1180 S., Woods Cross,
UT will be sold at said premises.
The said lien parties and the public
may bid at the time of sale.
August 16, 2014 at 8:00 A.M.
Unit A02 Ronald Hansen: furniture, electronics, appliances,
home textiles, home decor, clothing, children’s items & sporting
equipment; Unit A36 Tim Helmick:
furniture, artwork, tools, electronics, car parts, sporting equipment,
metal doors and frames, misc.;
Unit A37 Tim Helmick: furniture,
tools, sporting equipment, fireman
statue, documents, household
items, misc.; Unit G39 Stephanie
Moore: dryer, vacuum, shelving, 2
airbeds, decorations, household
items; Unit C23 William Colvin:
auto mechanic equipment, tools,
car parts, mics.; Unit C05 Justin
Burr: furniture, tools, gun safe,
shotgun shells, motorcycle frame
and motor, home textiles & decor,
sporting/camping equipment,
deep freezer, electronic equipment, misc. C-994 8/7-14
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE
The following described property will be sold at public auction
to the highest bidder, payable in
lawful money of the United States
at the time of sale, at the Justice
Complex, Court’s Building, 800
West State Street, Farmington,
Utah 84025, on September 10,
2014, at 3:00 p.m. of said day, for
the purpose of foreclosing a trust
deed dated April 2, 2010, and executed by KENT A. LUNDBERG,
as Trustor, in favor of MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION
SYSTEMS, INC. SOLELY AS
NOMINEE FOR AXIOM FINANCIAL, LLC as Beneficiary, which
Trust Deed was recorded on April
6, 2010, as Entry No. 2521212, in
Book 4997, at Page 1264, in the
Official Records of Davis County,
State of Utah covering real property purportedly located at 1697
West 600 North, Clinton, Utah
84015 in Davis County, Utah, and
more particularly described as:
LOT 67, WEST FAIRFIELD ESTATES PHASE 2, ACCORDING TO THE OFFICIAL PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
THE OFFICE OF THE DAVIS
COUNTY RECORDER, STATE
OF UTAH.
Tax ID: 14-390-0067
The current Beneficiary of the
trust deed is UTAH HOUSING
CORPORATION, and the record
owner of the property as of the
recording of the Notice of Default
is KENT A. LUNDBERG.
Bidders must tender to the
trustee a $20,000.00 deposit at
the sale and the balance of the
purchase price by 2:00 p.m. the
day following the sale. Both the
deposit and the balance must be
paid to Lincoln Title Insurance
Agency in the form of a wire transfer, cashier’s check or certified
funds. Cash payments, personal
checks or trust checks are not
accepted.
DATED: August 1, 2014.
LINCOLN TITLE
INSURANCE AGENCY
By: Paula Maughan
Its: Vice President
Telephone: (801) 476-0303
site: www.smithknowles.com
File No. 14-0427
C-995 8/7-21
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