Mt. Pleasant City Power Department will be working on installing new lighting on Main Street and State Street. If you notice the lights out please don’t be alarmed.
In an effort to abide by the Governor’s social distancing recommendation of no more than 10 people in a group,
the Mount Pleasant City Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday March 24th, 2019 has been cancelled.
We will keep you updated on the scheduled meetings in April.
Recently our Youth City Council had the opportunity to visit the Utah State Capitol. Even Lieutenant Governor Spencer Cox highlighted the visit on Instagram!
Scott Shock our Youth City Council Mayor sitting with Representative Darin Owens
The council took the time to recognize a completed Eagle Scout project at the city’s cemetery during tonight’s city council meeting.
Scout: Tanner Sorensen of Troop 507
Project statement from Tanner Sorensen: “The existing plot markers in lot B at the Mt Pleasant cemetery consisted of aluminum spikes placed in the sod Many were overgrown with grass, or buried 2-3 inches and impossible to find without a tape measure. We dug one foot squares in the sod and cement the plot markers in them so they can be more visible to cemetery patrons. Over 100 total man-hours was spent on the project.”
Pictures above: Councilmember Justin Atkinson, Councilmember Kevin Stallings, Mayor Dan Anderson, Councilmember Keith Collier, Troop 507 Scout Tanner Sorensen, Sandra Bigler, Councilmember Russel Keisel. Photo credit: Angela Thompson
In an effort to abide by the Govenor’s social distancing recommendation of no more than 10 people in a group, the Mount Pleasant City Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday March 24th, 2019 has been cancelled. We will keep you updated on the scheduled meetings in April
Picture above: an example of a cemented marker in Lot B of the Mt Pleasant Cemetery. Photo credit: Brian Sorensen.