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SALT LAKE CITY – As Utah Food Bank works tirelessly to help families and individuals in need during the COVID-19 pandemic, Salt Lake County approved a donation of $750,000 in aid to assist Utah Food Bank in those efforts.
Salt Lake City, UT - Last evening was a very difficult time for our community. I share the deep anger felt for the loss of George Floyd’s life in a deliberate act of violence. I am saddened that we continue to see instances where crime is committed by law enforcement at the expense of people of color. I am proud that Salt Lake City's officers and those who assisted last night showed restraint and that while property damage is extensive there seems to be limited personal injury due to the riot.
SALT LAKE COUNTY—With high temperatures expected in the valley through June 2, 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.
In accordance with the State’s Utah Together plan and guidance from the Salt Lake County Health Department, select recreation centers will begin opening with modified operations. Openings are determined based upon staffing, and health order directives related to amenities.
SALT LAKE COUNTY – As Utah Food Bank works tirelessly to help families and individuals in need during the COVID-19 pandemic, Salt Lake County approved $750,000 to aid Utah Food Bank in those efforts.
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