WOODS CROSS — The old Diebold building on the corner of 1500 South and 500 West is being changed into office space.
According to Woods Cross City, the building is being parceled into many smaller sections with rental spaces available.
Croft Power and Equipment, located at 596 W 1500 South, has already told the city it will be taking one of the spaces. The move-in date is set for September.
• CBRB now blogging
BOUNTIFUL — Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage has introduced a new blog.
The website, cbmarketwatch-utah.blogspot.com, will feature a Weekly Market Watch by Dan Christensen, the firm’s president.
“I think blogging is the best thing around,” said Greg McDonald, agent. “I send the latest updates to my sphere of clients and have received lots of good feedback, including phone calls from prospective customers and referrals from friends and clients.”
The new blog will be a regular feature of the firm, and is designed to help its customers with information about the real estate market, among other things.
For more information, visit www.utahhomes.com.
• Financial offices honored
BOUNTIFUL — Erik Knutsen and Kim Love, of Edward Jones Financial Services in Bountiful, received the firm’s Client Service Excellent Award.
“We are honored to receive this award,” Knutsen said. “It’s special because it is a direct reflection of the relationships we have with our clients.”
James Weddle, managing partner for the firm, said both are outstanding members of the team and understand the value of client services in the area.
For more information, visit www.edwardjones.com.
• Local businesses invited to party
OGDEN — Weber State University is inviting Davis County and other businesses to be a part of its annual “Wildcat Block Party.”
The party, according to Nikki Nicholas, chair of the party planning committee, is designed to welcome students back to school and celebrate the kickoff of the fall sports season, among other items.
For more information, visit call 801-626-7850.
• Pioneer Days looking for businesses
The Pioneer Days celebration committee in Ogden is looking for Davis County businesses in order to brighten up the events of the day.
“We really like having local businesses come from everywhere,” said Alan Hall, CEO of Grow Utah Ventures. “Our neighboring counties in Davis and Morgan have been real helpful with us in the past and we hope they will continue to help us celebrate the history of Utah.”
For more information, visit www.ogdenpioneerdays.com.