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Henri Sisneros: Salt Lake police chief stresses using as little force as possible
Credit should be given for Burbank’s consistent leadership minimizing when possible the use of force. In 2011 during the Tim DeChristopher protests at downtown’s federal courthouse, Burbank and his officers were praised by protesters for their restraint and professionalism. Later that year, Burbank peacefully led dismantlement of the Occupy Salt Lake protesters’ camp at Pioneer Park, which earned him national attention.
Roman Catholic Diocese of Salt Lake City
In 1871 Fr. Patrick Walsh built the first Catholic Church in Utah, dedicating it to St. Mary Magdalene. Father (later Bishop) Lawrence Scanlan arrived in 1873 to become pastor. He took care of the Catholic military men, immigrant miners and railroad workers who numbered in the hundreds. Small churches, schools, an orphanage and a hospital were built, staffed by clergy and by the Sisters of the Holy Cross, to serve the growing Catholic population.
As the nineteenth century came to a close, the Catholic community in Salt Lake City was rapidly outgrowing the small church of St. Mary Magdalene.
South Salt Lake, Utah
Jesse Fox Jr. developed the area South Salt Lake refers to as Central Park around 1890. Mr. Fox chose the name after visiting New York and seeing Central Park there. He was impressed by the park and its design within an urban environment. Despite South Salt Lake being rural at the time, he decided to name the area Central Park. In 1925 the LDS Central Park Ward was created and named after the development. In 1936, an attempted annexation by Salt Lake City failed due to concerns over funding and implementation of a sewer system. On August 14, 1936 a resolution creating the Town of Central Park was approved by the Board of County Commissioners - however, this did last long, as voters then decided to disincorporate the town in 1937. In a close vote, voters then approved incorporation of South Salt Lake. On September 29, 1938, still in need of a sewer system, South Salt Lake voted to incorporate as the Town of South Salt Lake, with Robert R. Fitts as the first town president. The town was also lacking many other basic amenities at the time that would be easier to implement with incorporation, such as a post office and fire department. In 1939, the Works Progress Administration finally began construction of a sewer system, with a cost of $462,000. The original boundary of South Salt Lake was from 500 East to 300 West and 2100 South to Mill Creek on the south. On August 1, 1950 the population had increased enough for South Salt Lake to be designated as a third class city. This changed the form of government to a mayor and city council. The town president of the time, Marlow Callahan, became the first mayor of the City of South Salt Lake. In the 1990s, South Salt Lake annexed portions of an unincorporated portion of Salt Lake County to the south, and nearly doubled in land area and population.
Salt Lake City, state capital and seat (1849) of Salt Lake county, north-central Utah, U.S., on the Jordan River at the southeastern end of Great Salt Lake. The world capital of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons), it influences the social, economic, political, and cultural life of the people in a wide area of Utah and bordering regions of Idaho, Nevada, and Wyoming. Built on benches of ancient Lake Bonneville, the city (approximate elevation 4,300 feet [1,300 metres]) lies at the foot of the Wasatch Range, which rises more than 1 mile (1.6 km) above the Salt Lake valley floor. Salt Lake City is at the centre of an urbanized band along the mountains that includes Ogden to the north and Provo to the south. Inc. 1851. Area city, 111 square miles (287 square km). Pop. (2000) 181,743; Salt Lake City Metro Area, 968,858; (2010) 186,440; Salt Lake City Metro Area, 1,124,197.
Salt Lake City
Paul Peterson is the Salt Lake City Community Manager. Prior to joining the Industrious Team, Paul was creating and selling lavish events and experiences in Utah for a destination management company. When not at the office, you can find Paul hiking or skiing in the mountains, exploring Utah’s 5 national parks, eating at a newly discovered brunch spot, or singing at the top of his lungs on some karaoke stage. Paul graduated from Utah Valley University with a Bachelors Degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management.