Maestro Silverstein did Utah a tremendous favor by agreeing to guide its state symphony. I have nothing but respect for the man. He also gave generous praise to the late Peter Prier when that extraordinary instrument-maker died last summer (his words made it into Prier's Wikipedia page).
I'm in favor of recycling, even if it seems a bit painful at the start, so I hope this can be worked out and implemented in SLC (I'm in the Tooele Valley, where there are only two areas currently providing recycling programs - both voluntary). One nitpick with the article: "residents who are tired of being forced to either horde . . . . " (should be "hoard").
Anyway, thanks for the news; I hope to see continuing coverage of this topic.
jcase: you say it is being exposed. Yes, in this weekly newspaper, but what good will that do? Unless some deep-pocket bulldog wants to take the City on, there will be no change in the situation.
Would it be safe to assume that the picture of "Bill Frost" in today's web page is not really Mr Frost? Just wondering.
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