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With high temperatures expected in the valley through mid-July, Salt Lake County will open two cooling centers for residents and visitors who need a reprieve from the heat. Cooling centers are air-conditioned, indoor spaces open to the public; anyone seeking a break from the heat can visit to cool off, hydrate, and stay safe from heat-related illness.
The Salt Lake County Council is seeking qualified applicants to serve as members of Salt Lake County’s Redistricting Commission. Seven commission members will be appointed to serve in an advisory capacity to the Council for the purpose of helping the Council draw its district maps as a part of the decennial redistricting process.
Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson will be joined by Utah Muslim Civic League Executive Director Luna Banuri and members of the Bosnian community on Friday, July 10, 2020 at 3 p.m. at the County Government Center as she signs a proclamation recognizing July 11 as Srebrenica Remembrance Day in Salt Lake County. The proclamation memorializes the victims of the Srebrenica genocide, the single largest mass murder in Europe since World War II. The massacre of more than 7,000 Bosnian Muslims took place in July 1995 in the town of Srebrenica during the Bosnian War.
The Salt Lake County Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice Initiatives is partnering with Salt Lake County Criminal Justice Services, the Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office, the Utah Department of Public Safety, West Valley Justice Court, Salt Lake City Justice Court, Riverton Justice Court, Summit County Justice Court, Salt Lake County Justice Court, and the Utah Bar, to host the Summer 2020 Remote Expungement Day.
Salt Lake County Youth Services’ Milestone Transitional Living Program (TLP) is expanding its current 15-bed program with the opening of a new four-bedroom house in partnership with Good Shepard Lutheran Church. The program provides safe housing and support for young adults (18-21) in order to break the cycle of homelessness and promote self-sufficiency. Upon entering the program, young adults are given their own room and can stay in the program for up to 18 months while they receive intense case management and life-skills classes, which promote connection to the community.
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