ChamberWest Newsletter Week of August 13, 2019
Board Nominations, Leadership Institute, Fall Business Conference & MoreAugust 13, 2019President's MessageIf you are interested or know someone interested in serving in a leadership position with ChamberWest, we’re seeking nominations for our Board of Directors for 2020-2022. As you consider this opportunity, please fill out the nominations form and return to the Chamber office by end of day September 1 st .
T he available slots are filling up quickly for the 2019/2020 ChamberWest Leadership Institute , our 10-month program designed to challenge and engage leaders in professional and personal growth while inspiring an entrepreneurial spirit in building a better community. If you have interest in attending yourself or investing in one of your key employees, please fill out and submit the application prior to August 15 th .
Register today for our Annual Fall Business Conference “Strength of the West – Creating Business Success” , scheduled for Wednesday, September 18 th . This conference includes two keynote presentations, nine breakout sessions, vendor tables, and continental breakfast/lunch. Our keynote presenters include Scott Miller, Executive VP of Thought Leadership and a best-selling Author with Franklin Covey and Lt. Governor Spencer Cox. Additional information is available at https://chamberwest.com/events/details/annual-fall-business-conference-697 .
Other program highlights with additional information provided in the newsletter:
- To lean more about how to effectively manage your online reputation, don’t’ miss the August 22nd ChamberWest Luncheon;
- If you want to find best practices to support your business surviving in a disaster, don’t miss the upcoming two-part Disaster Preparedness and Business Recovery Program scheduled for August 27th and October 29th;
- If networking is your thing, make sure you attend Business Connections with the first Wednesday of the month scheduled from 3:30 – 5:00 pm and the third Thursday from 8:30-10:00 am.
Thank you for your continued investment in ChamberWest! We value your membership, your involvement, and your insights. Please reach out to us with any recommendations on programs or communications or if you need any information. Thanks much!
Barbara S. Riddle, CMPPresident/CEO801-540-6312Newsletter Highlights
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- New and Renewing Members
- ChamberWest Luncheon - August 22
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- Leadership Institute Program
- Fall Conference - September 18
- ChamberWest Business Connections - August 21
- Friday Casual Lunch - September 13
- Salt Lake County Survey
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- Naag Tag Ribbon Cutting & Annual Fundraiser - August 22
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Construction crews continue to work on the Mountain View Corridor from 4100 South and S.R. 201School is out for the summer and we want to remind everybody to stay safe and out of the construction zones. Please visit our safety rules and share them with your family.
S.R. 201 Eastbound LanesCrews will be working nights on the eastbound lanes of S.R. 201 as soon as Aug 11. The work includes restriping lanes and moving barriers to shift traffic to the north side of the road. The shift is needed for crews to work on widening the road, relocating utilities and drainage work. That work is projected for 5 p.m. to 5 a.m. on August 11 and 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. on August 12-13. During the night work, traffic will be reduced to one lane. Please check the website for updates.
S.R. 201 Northwest Frontage RoadOne-way flagging operations are projected to occur on August 12 for the S.R. 201 northwest frontage road. Crews will be removing a tree in the area. Please use caution and obey the signs while driving through the area.
S.R. 201 Southeast Frontage RoadA traffic shift is projected to occur as early as August 12 between 5370 West and 4800 West on the S.R. 201 southeast frontage road. Crews will be doing utility work. The work is projected to last through August 21. The traffic shift will remain in place through 2019.
4100 South to 3500 SouthNight work is projected to start as early as August 15 on the corridor property between 4100 South and 3500 South. Crews will be working excavation and compacting operations from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. This work is expected to continue until August 17. However, night work is expected to occur intermittently in this area through 2019.
Darle AvenueNight work is projected for August 19 to August 21 from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. Crews will be working on the pedestrian underpass. Residents in the area may notice an increase of noise. Work will be done in accordance to the night work noise permit obtained from Salt Lake County.
2700 SouthOne-way flagging operations are projected to begin as early as August 12. Utility work will start between Jacketta Lane and Caroline Drive/Glen Eagle Drive. Flagging operations will be from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The work will require shoulder closures as well. Work is projected to continue through early September.
For a list of ongoing activities please visit our Salt Lake County Project website
Work activities and schedules are subject to change, for updated information throughout the week please check our website . www.udot.utah.gov/mountainviewLocal ActivitiesCheck activities going on locally and advertised through city/township websites as you look for things to do along the Wasatch Front.West Valley City ( www.wvc-ut.gov )City of Taylorsville ( www.taylorsvilleut.gov )City of West Jordan ( www.westjordan.utah.gov )Kearns Township ( www.kearnsutah.org )Barbara S. Riddle, CMP | ChamberWest | email@example.com | www.chamberwest.orgSTAY CONNECTED