Hello, Salt Lake City! An important announcement for you: Patch has made the decision to temporarily pause the Salt Lake City Daily, so after today, you may not see this newsletter in your inbox for a little while. But don’t worry — we won’t be away for too long! Until then, we sincerely thank you for your support and patience. Writing your daily newsletter has been truly a rewarding experience, and your loyalty has made it all the better! —Sean Peek
First, today’s weather:
Mostly sunny and very warm. High: 91 Low: 65.
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Here are the top three stories in Salt Lake City today:
- At a City Council meeting on Tuesday evening, Salt Lake County approved up to $7 million to pay off homeless resource center debt. The debt was incurred from the construction of the three new homeless resource centers in 2019. Salt Lake Council Chairwoman Laurie Stringham said that paying off the shelter system’s debt early will save taxpayers money in the future. (KSL.com)
- Are you looking for a new home in the Salt Lake City area? Patch and Redfin have found two new houses on the market with upcoming open houses. Visit Patch to see pictures and details of the homes and the open house information. (Salt Lake City Patch)
- Summer is the perfect time to adopt a furry friend! Patch and Petfinder have a list of all dogs, cats, rabbits, and other friends available for adoption. To see more details, visit the link. (Salt Lake City Patch)
Today in Salt Lake City:
- SLArts Governing Board Meeting At City Hall (3:00 PM)
- Food Truck Thursdays At 1354 E Chambers Ave (5:00 PM)
- Circus Italia Water Circus At Provo Towne Center (8:30 PM)
From my notebook:
- To celebrate National Pollinator Week, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources wants to give a shout-out to hummingbirds! These beautiful birds pollinate a variety of flowering plants and play a crucial role in crop production. (Utah Division of Wildlife Resources via Facebook)
- Planning your outdoor adventures in southern Utah? Flash Flooding Potential is beginning to increase and rated as possible across most National Parks on Thursday. (US National Weather Service Salt Lake City Utah via Facebook)
- This summer, check out live, local music under the evening sun. The City Library Summer Concert Series will showcase artists that perform in a variety of genres and styles. Concerts will happen all summer long at the Anderson-Foothill, Chapman, and Sprague Branches. (Salt Lake City Public Library via Facebook)
Thanks for following along and staying informed! I’ll see you around.
— Sean Peek
About me: Sean Peek is a writer and entrepreneur with a degree in English Literature from Weber State University. Over the years, he has worked as a copywriter, editor, SEO specialist, and marketing director for various digital media companies. He currently co-owns and operates content creation agency Lightning Media Partners.