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Monthly Archives: March 2010

DOE: 1 million tons removed from Atlas cleanup site

More than 1 million tons of uranium mill tailings have been shipped from the old Atlas mill site north of Moab since rail shipments began on April 20, 2009, U.S. Department of Energy officials announced last week. The Atlas site contains 16 million tons of material that must be relocated to a final repository that has been constructed near Crescent Junction, about 30 miles …

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April Action Car Show

April 23, 24, 25, 2010 FRIDAY 9:00 am -5:00 pm Pre-registration at City Park 9:30 am ROD RUN: Highway 128 to Castle Valley. (All entrants who attend the Rod Run on Friday can opt for lunch at the Red Cliffs Lodge for $10 per person.) Early Rod RunsFRIDAY 5:00 pm -7:00 pm Pre-registration PARTY at City Park! FOR SHOW ENTRANTS ONLY! Movie Night SATURDAY …

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Moab Easter Jeep Safari March 27th – April 4th, ...

Though not an exhaustive introduction to the Easter Jeep Safari event, we hope this provides an overview to many of the pertinent questions that are asked throughout the year. The Jeep Safari newspaper (View Paper online) encompasses these points in greater depth, and also holds the registration form, so be sure to write in your request to be on the mailing list. Thank you …

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Tourism stayed strong in 2009, DeLay says

Transient room taxes collected in 2009 “stayed flat,” compared to the 2008 revenues collected by the county, Moab Area Travel Council Director Marian DeLay said Tuesday. “That is a good thing,” DeLay said, given the financial crisis in the U.S. and many other countries worldwide. TRT tax revenues do not provide a clear picture of visitation to the area because the taxes are based …

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Two subdivisions found in default for failure to compl...

The Moab City Council last week voted unanimously to find two subdivisions in default, after the developers either failed to meet all the conditions of their subdivision agreements or violated some part of the agreement The Hacienda subdivision was to include twin homes on 5.87 acres near Mill Creek Drive. The city council approved a conditional use permit in 2007, and council members voted …

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