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2 Page 2 July 2014 Taylorsville City Journal Penalties, Interest and Fees, Oh My! One of the primary tools that the IRS uses to encourage compliance with tax law are penalties. The two most common penalties are failure to file and failure to pay. Between the two, they rack up to 47-1/2% of the original tax owed. The sad part is that both can be either minimized or avoided altogether! Too often individuals who are overwhelmed by their tax liability will avoid filing with the mistaken belief that by not filing the IRS won t go after them. In reality the IRS will eventually catch on and will force filing of the returns and will tack on the two penalties and interest for good measure - thereby making a difficult situation nearly impossible. Rich Tomlinson Even if you can t pay, the better choice is to file your return timely, which will avoid the failure to file penalty. That reduces the remaining failure to pay penalty to no more than 25%. That penalty can be further reduced by setting up an installment agreement. Do you know that the IRS will accept intallment agreements of up to 72 months? If done timely the failure to pay penalty is cut in half to no more than 12-1/2% (1/4% per month for up to 50 months), plus every payment that you make is applied to taxes first further reducing the penalty to just a little over 8%. To learn more visit or call us at (801) mission statement Our mission is to provide our readers with relevant local information, presented in an honest and balanced form, as we support the communities we serve, along with our families and each other. get involved We are proud to be part of the Taylorsville Community. It is our goal to be your best source for local news. We encourage each and every resident to become involved in their community. advertisers... ask about city certified DISCOUNTS call The Taylorsville Team Creative Director Bryan Scott: Editor Tom Haraldsen: Staff Writers Tom Haraldsen Ad Sales Manager Boyd Petersen: Circulation Coordinator Vitaly Kouten: Ad Design Paula Rushton: Editorial Design Ty Gorton: Taylorsville City Journal 4001 S 700 East Suite 500 Salt Lake City, UT Phone: The Taylorsville City Journal is distributed on the third Thursday of each month through the USPS to locations throughout Taylorsville. For information about distribution please or call our offices. Rack locations are also available on our website. For subscriptions please contact: This publication may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the express written consent of the owner. designed, published & distributed by

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4 Page 4 July 2014 Taylorsville City Journal Edginton Inducted Into Utah Softball Hall of Fame Taylorsville resident Brad Edginton was inducted into the Utah Softball Hall of Fame on July 11, during a ceremony held at the Larry H. Miller Softball Complex in Salt Lake City. Edginton has been playing slow pitch softball for 35 years and has played with many of the top teams in the state. His career started to excel in the later part of the 1980s while playing for Toyota of Ogden. He was a member of two world champion teams while playing for Deyhle Rumrz in 1990 at the NSA 11 Critical home inspection traps to be aware of before listing your home for sale Advertisement Marc Huntington-Equity Real Estate. Copyright TJ World Series in Houston, Texas, and in 1996 in the Men s B World Series, in Las Vegas, Nev. In 1997 he was added to the USSSA Men s Major Players, distinguishing him as one of the top players in the country. Edginton has also collected a number of individual awards throughout his career. He has been named as MVP, all-world or alltournament multiple times, received All-American status in the Triple Crown World Tournament, has been recognized consistently for his strong defensive play and is frequently at the top of allleague batting lists. From , he averaged 32 home runs per year and had a batting average of.695. For the past five years, he has been playing with Rocky Mountain Thunder, a traveling team out of Colorado, in the SSUSA Senior Softball world. He is rated as a Major Plus Player and has established himself as a Dominating Impact Player. He has been selected to 10 alltourney teams during this time. Edginton currently plays locally with SAC PACK (aka, Shawn Enterprises, Window World), a team that has lost only one game in five years. He enjoys participating in the Huntsman Games in St. George, which are held each October. l According to industry experts, there are over 33 physical problems that will come under scrutiny during a home inspection when your home is for sale. A new report has been prepared which identifies the eleven most common of these problems, and what you should know about them before you list your home for sale. If not identified and dealt with, any of these 11 items could cost you dearly in terms of repair costs. Knowing what you're looking for can help you prevent little problems from growing into costly and unmanageable ones. To help home sellers deal with these issues before their homes are listed, a free report has been compiled which explains the issues involved. To order a copy of this FREE Special Report, simply call toll-free and enter code #4026. You can call any time, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, or you can visit InspectionTraps.com, to download a copy. Get your FREE special report NOW to learn how to ensure a home inspection Does not cost you the sale of your home. Taylorsville Youth Heading to Miss Amazing Pageant in Omaha Mari Moore, an 11-year-old Taylorsville resident, was recently crowned Miss Amazing Utah-preteen. Now, she s headed to the national pageant in Omaha from Aug She was crowned during the pageant held at Utah State University in Logan. The pageant, which includes girls and young women in several age categories, is for special needs girls so they can gain confidence and feel celebrated and beautiful. It is currently conducted in 25 states and was started in 2007 by Nebraska beauty pageant contestant Jordan Somer. Mari was diagnosed in second grade with PDD-NOS, which is an Autism Spectrum Disorder. Her mother, Judy, said the disorder is a brain development disorder and causes problems for her with school. I have been homeschooling her for two years, and in the fall she ll be attending the Spectrum Academy in North Salt Lake. She said Mari is extra sensitive to sounds, and many children are diagnosed with the disorder as toddlers. Autism is five times more common in boys than girls, Judy Moore said. In Logan, the girls were each teamed up with a buddy to help them throughout the day. They pampered the girls and volunteers did their hair and make-up. They participated in an interview, an optional talent show and a presentation in their favorite evening wear. All of the girls were crowned as princesses and received special recognition; nobody was left out. In each age group, one Queen was selected to represent Utah at the National Pageant in Omaha this August. Judy said, Mari was so lucky to receive this privilege for the preteen category and she s currently working on earning money to go to Omaha. She was so happy and excited. She has a fundraising page at She also loves animals and is offering to play with people s animals or walk dogs for a donation. Another Taylorsville resident, Beth Livingston, was named Queen in the Miss division this year. State pageant director Abigail Brady said that, due to a family emergency, Beth won t be traveling to Omaha this year for the national pageant, but she did have that opportunity last year when she was also Queen. The webpage for the national pageant is can be found at: www. missamazingpageant.com l

5 TaylorsvilleCityJournal.com July 2014 Page 5 CONTENTS MAYOR S MESSAGE page 13 5 Mayor s Message 6 City Council Corner 6 Youth Council 7 UPD Awards 8 From the Kitchens of Taylorsville and Bennion 8 Jones Dairy Available For Events 9 Heritage Center Time Capsule 9 Head Start Accepting Applications 10 Is Your Trio Complete? 10 Taylorsville Senior Center 11 Citizen Spotlights 12 Water Conservation 13 Economic Development 14 Taylorsville DAYZZ Recap MAYOR S CHOICE RESTAURANT Bell s 48th Street Deli Favorite Entrée: for all kinds of Tasty Burgers and Deli-Style Sandwiches Favorite Side: Batter Dipped Onion Rings and Fresh Cut Fries a good old country feeling and great service Favorite Dessert: Killer Cookies are delicious take some home 1207 West 4800 South Taylorsville, Utah Phone: BUSINESS Jordan Valley Athletic Club Taylorsville s best kept secret offers a friendly atmosphere, great racquetball courts, weight room, swimming pool and saunas. Classes include Zumba, Step, Spinning, Total Conditioning, Water Fitness, Yoga, etc. All of this is offered without any additional cost to your membership. It s locally owned and excellent customer service South 3600 West Taylorsville, Utah Phone: Since the day of Independence July 4th, which we just celebrated in honoring and remembering our freedoms and the men and women who fought to keep us free I have thought a lot about our heritage and this great city we live in called Taylorsville. I would like to share some information about our city s heritage and history. In the 1880 s, John Taylor, the LDS Church President, hid from U.S. Marshalls at his home on the west side of the Jordan River near 4800 South. John Taylor President John Taylor was the wounded survivor of a mob attack that killed Joseph and Hyrum Smith. Taylorsville was named after this great man. In 1881, the Utah and Salt Lake Canal were built, which allowed irrigation farming to expand even farther west above the river between Bluffdale and Granger. Unirrigated land to the west was cleared and planted as dry farms. People in Taylorsville and Bennion depended on crops such as corn, wheat, oats and alfalfa for their livelihood. In the 1890 s, sugar beets became a big business and many farmers started to clear additional land to grow them. Because of rapid growth, the need for a modern school became essential. The establishment of a compulsory tax supported these public schools throughout Utah, which gave rise to the old Plymouth Elementary on Redwood Road and 4800 South. By 1907 there were so many children in the Bennion School that the upper grades were sent to the red brick Plymouth building in Taylorsville. I am proud that I attended Plymouth School throughout my elementary years. This indeed is a part of my heritage to remember. Two railroads were important to Taylorsville, the Rio Grande and Western to Bingham Junction (what is now Midvale) and the Bingham-Garfield Railroad, which was added through the area in Electricity came to the Taylorsville area in 1916 along Redwood Road. People who wanted clean water piped to their homes paid to have it delivered. The water came from a well that was dug at 4700 South and 5400 West where a locomotive watering station was built. By the 1920 s two canals were built to carry water to farms farther west. Redwood Road was finally rebuilt using concrete, making it faster and easier to travel with the assortment of automobiles, wagons, and horses that used it. One of the first settlers of Taylorsville described our area in these words: If peace dwells upon this earth, it is here, and here are the happiest and most prosperous people in the world enjoying free soil, pure air, and the liberty to worship as we please. I hope we remember our heritage and those who helped make Taylorsville City what it is today. l

6 Page 6 July 2014 Taylorsville City Journal As a council we have enjoyed meeting you and talking with you at Taylorsville Dayzz. We ve received compliments, concerns and suggestions regarding our city and we value them all. Thank you for the friendly way in which you ve shared your thoughts and ideas. Whether it was across the table at the food court, waiting for a balloon, or during the lively concerts at Taylorsville Dayzz, we appreciate it. Sometimes we may not see eye to eye on things, but it s nice to debate, laugh and share a patch of grass while watching fireworks. It was also a great Notes From City Council pleasure to be questioned by scouts and young people going unplugged and wanting to learn more about our city. We enjoy seeing kids getting involved in government and asking questions. A big thank you goes to our city staff. They are hardworking individuals who are dedicated to our city. They are always friendly and make customer service a priority. Many times they quietly go about getting the job done without praise or fanfare, just a deep sense of pride in a job well done. Our many committee members and numerous volunteers complete the community spirit through their commitment to Taylorsville. Thank you for watching out for your neighbors, volunteering in churches, schools and other areas in our community. We are very fortunate to live in Taylorsville among good friends and neighbors who recognize and celebrate the great things within our city. We invite you to attend city council meetings every first and third Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. You are welcome to come and speak during citizen comment time, or contact us directly if you have questions or concerns. l Chair Kristie Overson District #2 Vice-Chair Ernest Burgess District #1 Council Member Dan Armstrong District #5 Council Member Dama Barbour District #4 Council Member Brad Christopherson District #3 FAMILY FUN Taylorsville City is hosting a Night Out Against Crime Thursday, August 7, :30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Taylorsville City Hall 2600 West Taylorsville Blvd Taylorsville, Utah There will be lots of fun for the entire family. The Unified Police Department will present information on preventing crime in our neighborhoods, provide a police dog demonstration and give tours of their special equipment. The Unified Fire Authority will provide opportunities for citizens to practice extinguishing a fire and for children to practice evacuating from a room filled with simulated smoke. Scouts will be able to work on merit badges in Safety, Crime Prevention and Emergency Preparedness. And, new this year is a climbing wall from the Utah National Guard! Everyone is welcome. YOUTH COUNCIL CORNER Wow, we ve been busy! We have spent lots of time and energy in helping in the preparation and activities associated with Taylorsville Dayzz. Our day started early with setting up tables and chairs for the annual Lions Club breakfast in Harmon s parking lot. Next came the 5K run at Valley Regional Park. We were there at the start of the race and also helped in handing out water, juice and bagels for all of the runners. It was fun to see all the serious, and not-so-serious, runners having fun. Hurrying from the race to the parade was a challenge, but we successfully made it in time to walk in the parade and wave at the enthusiastic crowd. After the parade, we manned the city booth at the park, where information was displayed from all the citizen committees in the city. Our favorite part of helping at the booth was inflating and Busy, Busy, Busy handing out balloons to all the kids. Saturday night we were super busy with balloons, and by the end of the night we all had sore fingers from cutting ribbon and tying knots. Our Youth Ambassadors represented our city in the Taylorsville Dayzz parade by riding on the city s float. The float was awesome and won the Ambassadors Award. It was a long 4th of July for the Ambassadors who participated in the Murray and Sandy parades. Be sure to look for them in the Days of 47 parade on July 24. Being a member of the youth council is hard work, fun and rewarding. We look forward to recruiting new members in September. But, before that, we will be helping with the city s Movie in the Park, reviewing ordinances and applications and planning a service project. l

7 TaylorsvilleCityJournal.com July 2014 Page 7 OFFICER OF THE MONTH APRIL 2014 On April 8, Officer Richard Bullock was working in the area of Taylorsville High School. While on the side of the road, he observed a male brandishing a handgun and pointing it in the direction of homes. Due to crimes. His quick actions prevented this situation from escalating and becoming a major public safety risk. OFFICER OF THE MONTH MAY 2014 During the months of April and May, Officer Brad Sousley volunteered to organize and instruct a police patrol training course. As word spread that the Taylorsville Precinct was organizing this training, other UPD precincts and outside police agencies requested to participate. The organization and preparation for this training was substantial, and Officer Sousley completed the task with very little oversight or assistance. During the actual training, Officer Sousley did an excellent job as he patiently instructed dedication and professionalism. The citizens and officers of Taylorsville City and the UPD will benefit from his efforts. UPD AWARD Recognition for commitment to public safety in and around the City of Taylorsville Deputy District Attorney Marc Mathis received a UPD Award in recognition of his selfless service and commitment to the law enforcement community. In our lives, we have two or three opportunities to be a hero, but almost every day, we have the opportunity not to be a coward. UPD AWARD Recognition for his contributions to law enforcement in the City of Taylorsville Lieutenant Jason Mazuran received a UPD Award in recognition of his professionalism and dedication to the men and women in law enforcement. Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other. John F. Kennedy Officer Richard Bullock the proximity to the high school, he immediately became concerned for the safety of the students who were in class. Officer Bullock called for assistance and maneuvered himself between the suspect and the school to prevent entry into the school by the suspect. When Officer Bullock was observed, the suspect fled. During a search of the area for the male suspect, additional juveniles were located at a home they had just burglarized. Numerous arrests were made and an arrest warrant was obtained for the initial suspect who escaped from the area. Officer Bullock s attention to duty and quick response helped contain this event and kept it away from the school, while solving additional in-progress Officer Brad Sousley the students, sharing his expertise and experience with them. As a result, every student accomplished this challenging training and successfully certified. Officer Sousley demonstrated excellent leadership and a desire to support his fellow officers and help them improve their own skills. He represented the Taylorsville Precinct and City with Deputy District Attorney Marc Mathis SLCO District Attorney s Office Lieutenant Jason Mazuran UPD Taylorsville Precinct UPD Division Commander Award presented to Patrick Peterson, John Simonsen and Deb Harper. Mayor Johnson presented this award to honor these individuals for their outstanding community service. Pictured from left: Patrick Peterson, John Simonsen, Deb Harper, Gladd Family and Mayor Johnson.

8 Page 8 July 2014 Taylorsville City Journal FROM THE KITCHENS OF TAYLORSVILLE & BENNION Join us at the Taylorsville Bennion Heritage Center to celebrate our 10th Anniversary This month s historic recipe is from the kitchen of Pearl Nichols Player Labrum. Pearl was born July 16, 1901 in Bennion, Utah where she was raised and lived her whole life. Her parents were Walter E. and Ruby Palmer Nichols. She married a man named William Port Player in September, 1920 at the age of 19. He was a widower left with three children after his first wife died in childbirth. At that time, William had a severe case of diabetes and was not expected to live very long. But Pearl married him anyway. They had a daughter and William passed away two years after their marriage. Pearl moved back to her parents home with the three orphan children and her own daughter for a time. TAYLORSVILLE BENNION HERITAGE CENTER S FIRST DECADE: Look How Far We ve Come! Saturday, September 27, 2014 Opening ceremony will start at 12 noon. It will be followed by demonstrations, entertainment, museum tours, dancing, storytelling, and many other events. Events will start at 12:30 pm and will until 6:00 pm. Location: 1488 West 4800 South Taylorsville, UT For more information, contact Joan White at or For timing of events, visit our website at under Coming Events Here is Pearl s Ripe Tomato Relish Recipe: 30 ripe tomatoes 12 apples 10 onions 3 green peppers 1 quart sugar (part brown) 1 quart vinegar 1 tablespoon salt There was a man not living far from Pearl that had lost his wife, leaving him with seven children to raise. The oldest was 14 years old. Thomas Orren (Orr) Labrum met Pearl Nichols Player and they married in Pearl took two of William Port Player s children, her own daughter, and Orr s seven children, for a total of 10 children to raise! When Pearl married Orr she was just 24 years old. Orr and Pearl together had five more children! They lived on the corner of Redwood Road and 5400 South, where Harmon s grocery store now stands. Orr was a farmer and also became the fourth bishop of Bennion Ward, three years after they married. She was an excellent seamstress and remodeled and remade clothing for her large family. 1 tablespoon cinnnamon 1 teaspoon allspice 1 teaspoon cloves 1 teaspoon pepper 1 tablespoon mustard Cook for two hours slowly. She baked eight loaves of bread each day and was a very good cook. Her recipe for Ripe Tomato Relish is one that she served to her large family. She worked hard both inside and outside the home, hauling water to the workers in the field and fixing noon meals for her family and the workers. She managed to keep up on all her chores, in addition to fulfilling various church callings. Orr Labrum passed away in his field in 1950, after they had just celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary. Pearl was an amazing woman who was selfless and giving. She raised healthy, honest, upstanding children, who became leaders in their community and church. She passed away in March of 1969 at the age of 68. l THE JONES DAIRY IN TAYLORSVILLE IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR EVENTS! For additional information call (801)

9 TaylorsvilleCityJournal.com July 2014 Page 9 Head Start is Now Accepting Applications For the School Year! Head Start is a FREE comprehensive preschool program. We provide child and family services that include educational activities, nutritious meals, medical and dental support and self-sufficiency support for the entire family. Children must be 3 or 4 years old by September 1, Children with disabilities are given priority for Head Start enrollment. Please join us at one of our Application Intake days. For locations, dates and information Call: or Website: Print application and check our calendar at Council member Dama Barbour took a scout troop for a tour of City Hall and stopped by Mayor Johnson s office. The Taylorsville Bennion Heritage Center opened 10 years ago, and this year we are celebrating our anniversary on Sept 27 as part of the Smithsonian s annual Museum Day. The festivities will run from noon to 6:00 p.m., with different activities going on throughout the afternoon. As part of the celebration, we are putting together a time capsule featuring thoughts, comments and ideas from We would like to invite Taylorsville residents to contribute a brief note on what you would like someone to know about 2014 when the capsule is opened. Please your comments and remembrances to

10 Page 10 July 2014 Taylorsville City Journal THE TAYLORSVILLE ARTS COUNCIL PRESENTS We are rolling out our promotional campaign for recycling and green waste cans that will be featured on our trucks. Taylorsville currently has 209 green waste can subscribers contributing to 1,468 subscribers districtwide. If your trio isn t complete, call to get your new green waste can! COMING SOON TO A TRUCK IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD! Taylorsville Senior Center JULY 2014 Is your radio just sitting there? Let s Talk! CENTER INFORMATION 4743 South Plymouth View Drive (1650 West) Taylorsville, Utah Phone Open 8:00am - 5:00pm Monday-Friday Transportation Available daily to and from the Center. Please call by 8:15 am to arrange your ride. STANDARD LUNCH Lunch is served daily from 12 noon until 12:30 pm. The suggested donation is $2.50 for those 60 years and older. There is a set price of $5.25 for anyone under 60 years old. ALTERNATE LUNCH The alternate meal program is offered daily and varies each week. The menu is posted at the lunch desk and at the kitchen. VOLUNTEER OF THE MONTH Virginia Watts Virginia was born in Glendive, Montana but grew up in Miles City, Montana. Virginia came to Utah to help with family and grandkids. Some of her favorite places to visit are Canada, Glacier Park and Washington D.C. Virginia has two girls, four grandkids and three great grandkids. Besides volunteering at the Senior Center, Virginia also lends a helping hand at the food pantry and Bellview Elementary. In a time frame of nine years, Virginia and her family moved 49 times. She has never lived east of the Mississippi. In her spare time, Virginia likes to crochet afghans, hand embroider and yard work. Virginia also used to break and trade horses. Thanks, Virginia, for all you do. Taylorsville HAMnet KG7BVO Weekly Net: Monday 8:30 p.m repeater (tone 88.5) Alt simplex IN PERSON MEETINGS Last Saturday of each month 10 a.m. to Noon For more information visit: taylorsvillehamnet.org Or

11 TaylorsvilleCityJournal.com July 2014 Page 11 Renee Sorensen - CITIZEN SPOTLIGHTS - Claire Spencer Renee Sorensen has been a Taylorsville resident her entire life. She attended Plymouth Elementary, Valley Jr. High, and was in the second graduating class from Granger High School. Renee and her husband Keith are the parents of five children and 12 grandchildren. When the Taylorsville Exchange Club was organized in 1996, Renee s husband Keith was invited to participate. Keith had some obligations that required his time and suggested his wife Renee would be a viable candidate. She immediately fell in love with the work of the Exchange Club and has consistently been an active member and leader. The Exchange Club s mission statement is: Working to make our communities better places to live. They do this by focusing on Americanism, youth programs, community programs and the National Project Prevention of Child Abuse. In 2002, Renee was asked by the director of Prevent Child Abuse Utah to serve on the board. She has also been supportive of the Family Support Center right here in Taylorsville (www. utahfamilysupport.org) which offers a number of resources to families which include counseling, crisis nursery, family mentoring program, adoption respite care, and groups & classes. Renee Sorensen at the Westbrook Elementary Freedom Shrine. Renee believes that strong families lead to strong communities. Renee enjoys retirement, traveling with her husband and spending time with and supporting their grandchildren in all of their many activities. We are so grateful for the countless service hours and years of dedication Renee has given to the Taylorsville Exchange Club and Prevent Child Abuse Utah, to make our community a better place. Thank you Renee for all that you do You make a difference in Taylorsville. l Renee Sorensen at National Child Abuse Awareness Pinwheel Planting (left). Sorensen sanitizes toys in the Family Support Center Nursery (below). Claire Spencer is seven years old and has lived in Taylorsville all of her life. She attends Arcadia Elementary, where she loves playing monkey bars and hopscotch. She enjoys being a big sister to two siblings, and she even goes out with the family when they paint over graffiti. Claire wanted to meet the Mayor of Taylorsville and had her father assist her in making an appointment to meet with him. She had prepared for the visit by coming up with her own list of questions. After visiting with the Taylorsville Mayor and learning about his job, she is determined to become a mayor herself one day. l TAYLORSVILLE CITY CEMETERY PLOTS AVAILABLE Special Pricing for Taylorsville Residents Ryan Spencer, Claire Spencer and Mayor Johnson. Please Contact: Lee Bennion

12 Page 12 July 2014 Taylorsville City Journal TAYLORSVILLE/BENNION IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT Water Conservation In North America, we have become accustomed to an unlimited supply of safe clean water. That is our goal and mission at Taylorsville-Bennion Improvement District, and that is what our customers expect and deserve. However, in many parts of the world this is not the case. Nearly 1 billion people worldwide lack access to safe water supplies. Nearly 3.5 million people die each year from water related diseases. Every 20 seconds a child dies from water-related diseases. To prevent such unfortunate occurrences in our community, we are fortunate to have a safe and reliable water system that delivers clean water right to our tap, as well as a sanitary wastewater system that collects and treats the water before it enters back into the environment. The month of July is typically the hottest month of the year. More than five times the amount of water is delivered and used than in January. This puts maximum stress on the water infrastructure. All sources of water are being utilized and managed efficiently to the extreme. Unfortunately, sometimes that stress is overwhelming to the point of causing unexpected failures. Such a failure occurred earlier this month in a major water transmission line in our system. Because of this break, the line had to be shut down and water rerouted through smaller distribution lines, slightly increasing line pressures in the lower areas of the district. Service men worked overtime to ensure no one was out of water and that all systems remained functioning. However, due to the reversing pattern of the water, the scale and sediment inside the lines was dislodged. This disturbance sometimes causes a yellowish-reddish or brown water color, which is made up of naturally occurring iron in the water. Letting the water run for a few minutes or turning on the sprinklers will help clear up the water and remove the excess iron in the system. The water is safe but it is recommended to wait until it clears up before consuming. Question of the month: My drinking water is reddish, yellowish or brown. What causes this? Answer: The reddish-yellowish-brown color is non-toxic but not harmless. It can stain clothing in the wash, and it looks bad. The three possible causes are: The drinking water may contain a brown chemical that results from the source water flowing over tree leaves, similar to the way water changes color after tea leaves are added to it. This color must be removed by the treatment plant. Iron, which sometimes occurs in nature, may be dissolved in your drinking water. When iron is dissolved in groundwater, it is colorless, but when it combines with air as you take water from your facet or elsewhere in the system, the iron turns reddish-brown. You may want to consider buying an iron-removal unit for your home. Drinking water pipes-in the street, leading to your home, or in your home-may be rusting, creating rusty brown water. Also, the hot water tank may be rusting. If you are experiencing problems and neighbors are not, then your own pipes or water heater probably are rusting and you may need to replace them. For other questions or concerns about your water, call Taylorsville- Bennion Improvement District and ask for Dan McDougal, Compliance Coordinator, (801) l

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