Talking Up Eagle Mountain

School Health and Safety

An episode of Talking Up Eagle Mountain

By Eagle Mountain City
Open space, roads, economic development, and more. Discussions between the Mayor of Eagle Mountain City, UT and guests on a variety of topics of importance to Eagle Mountain.
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School Health and Safety
Mayor Westmoreland is joined by Caryn Coltrin of Communities that Care and Utah County Sheriff's Office School Resource Officers Deputy Dutson, Deputy Butters, and Deputy Flores to discuss the health and safety of children and teenagers at school. Caryn introduces us to Communities that Care programs, the SHARP survey, and additional insights into school safety factors in Eagle Mountain. Deputies Dutson, Butters, and Flores of the Utah County Sheriff's office provide some insight into the role of SROs (School Resource Officers), what they observe at schools in Eagle Mountain, and the programs they are using to combat health and safety challenges. 
31:10
September 9, 2019
Economic Development in Eagle Mountain
Mayor Westmoreland is joined by City Council-member Donna Burnham,  Eagle Mountain Chamber of Commerce Director Holly Harwood, and Economic Development Director Aaron Sanborn. The group discusses the status of economic development in Eagle Mountain City, the experience of Councilmember Burnham visiting a Tyson Foods facility, the growth of the Chamber of Commerce, and the future of Economic Development for Eagle Mountain City.
27:35
September 3, 2019
2019 Road Projects
Mayor Westmoreland is joined by City Council-member Colby Curtis,  City Engineer Chris Trusty, and UDOT Region 3 Project Manager Jeremy Bown. The group discusses some of the financial and technical challenges and accomplishments of recent large roads projects, the status of current projects, and what the future holds for roads like Pony Express Pkwy. and SR-73. 
30:52
August 26, 2019
Open Space Planning
Mayor Westmoreland is joined by Community Development Director Steve Mumford,  Shane Hill of the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, and Shon Reed a resident raptor conservationist and head of the Kestrel Project. The group discusses Open Space planning in Eagle Mountain, the partnerships that have formed, and striking a balance between preserving open space and the growth of Eagle Mountain City.
29:45
August 19, 2019
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