FARMINGTON — The results of an investigation into allegations of election law violations should be announced next Tuesday.
In a statement released earlier this week, Davis County Attorney Troy Rawlings said that he and Weber County Attorney Mark DeCaria have concluded their investigation with respect to the State Treasurer’s race.
He said no additional information on the investigation would be forthcoming until Oct. 14.
The criminal division of the state Attorney General’s Office asked Rawlings, a Republican, and DeCaria, a Democrat, to investigate if there were any prosecutable crimes committed in regards to the State Treasurer’s primary race.
Walker’s primary election opponent, Richard Ellis, filed a complaint with the lieutenant governor’s office in late May alleging that Walker offered Ellis a chance to keep his job as chief deputy state treasurer with a pay raise if Ellis would drop out of the race. Walker denied the allegation, but lost the primary.
Davis Metro Fire to host open house
BOUNTIFUL — South Davis Metro Fire Agency is hosting an open house as part of Fire Prevention Week on Saturday, Oct. 11 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the main fire station, 255 S. 100 West.
As in years past there will be tours of the stations and firefighters on hand to answer questions and explain the service they provide.
There will be fire safety activities, balloons, fire hats and a fire safety drawing. There will also be demonstrations on smoke detectors, fire extinguishers and a high angle rescue demonstration.
The department’s fire safety trailer will give kids a “hands-on” approach to the safety principles they’ve been taught.
Open house set for S. Davis transit
SALT LAKE CITY — An open house to discuss the South Davis Transit Corridor Project will be held Oct. 21 from 5-7 p.m. at the Frontline headquarters, 200 S. 669 West. Hosted by the Utah Department of Transportation, the open house will have no formal agenda.The public is invited.