The city council will make the appointment to fill Schloemer's vacancy at 7 p.m., April 19, during the regular council meeting at city hall, 1555 S. 800 West.
Schloemer, who served on the council for just over a year, resigned from the council earlier this month to move with her family to Mississippi, where her husband has been transferred with his job.
For further information, contact city administrator Gary Uresk at 292-4421.
Park info meet set in Centerville
CENTERVILLE -- Residents living near the site of the old Parsons gravel pit are invited to a park information meeting, including those in an adjacent Farmington subdivision. The informal public meeting is set for Wednes-day, April 6, 7 p.m., at the home of Mel and Marsha Morrow, 2119 N. Park Hills Drive, Centerville.
Review and comment on the proposed plan concept can be made; the city's parks and recreation committee will spearhead the meeting.
Nine acres were purchased by the city for a park in 1998 when Park Hills Subdivision was approved. Another 18 acres of mountainside property were also donated.
"City officials believe this will become an outstanding amenity for your neighborhood and the entire community," City Manager Steve Thacker wrote in a letter to residents. The site will be developed in phases, with some construction anticipated to start this year.
Review set at DATC
KAYSVILLE -- The Davis Applied Technology College's Dental Assisting Program is undergoing an accreditation review with the American Dental Association (ADA).
Students may provide written comments about program standards, policies and procedures to the ADA Commission. Comments must be sent prior to a site visit by ADA officials to the DATC in late May.
Comments should be sent to:
Commission on Dental Accreditation, American Dental Association, 211 E. Chicago Ave., Chicago, Ill. 60611-2678.