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TRANSCRIPTBULLETINTOOELELocal track starsclaim multipleregion titlesSee A6SERVINGTOOELE COUNTYSINCE 1894www.TooeleOnline.comTUESDAY May 12, 2015Vol. 121 No. 99 1.00Miller Motorsports Park in final race seasonby Tim GillieSTAFF WRITERAfter years of fending offrumors that they were leaving,Larry H. Miller Group officialsannounced last Friday that theywill not renew Miller MotorsportsPark’s lease with Tooele County.The Miller Group will ceaseoperation of the racetrack at theend of the racing season on Oct.31, 2015, according to a writtenstatement released by the MillerGroup on May 8.“On behalf of my family, Iwould like to thank all of thosewho have supported the trackover the years, both locally andworldwide, for their enthusiasmand use of the facility,” statedGail Miller, owner of the Larry H.Miller Group of Companies, in aprepared statement.Since Larry Miller passedaway in 2009, the Miller familyand Miller Group officials haveresoundingly denied rumors thatthey were going to close the racetrack.In the last five months theMiller Group denied twice thatit had plans to leave TooeleCounty.In December 2014, after MillerFamily Real Estate offered 900acres it owns east of MMP tothe state as a potential site for anew state prison, Linda Luchetti,Miller Group executive vicepresident for communications,insisted that that prison propertyoffer was not tied to rumors thatthe Miller family wanted to sellSEE MILLER PAGE A8 PHOTOGRAPHY / MAEGAN BURRThe Miller Group announced Friday that it will not renew its lease with Tooele County for the Miller Motorsports Park and will vacate the property by Oct. 31. The 100plus million racetrack will revert back to the county, according to a lease agreement.Miller Motorsports Park Timeline2004 - Larry Miller tried to expand aracetrack he owned in Denver. Local property owners opposed the expansion so helooked elsewhere.Property in Tooele County caughtMiller’s eye when he came to Deseret PeakComplex with a grandson.Miller began negotiations with TooeleCounty for property north of DeseretTBP FILE PHOTOThe late Larry H. Miller called his Miller Motorsports Park “the most exciting projectI have undertaken.” Since his death in 2009, it was rumored the family wanted toclose the facility, which the Larry H. Miller Group officials consistenly denied.Peak.In December 2004, he announced plansto build a racetrack in Tooele County.2005 - Groundbreaking ceremony forMMP held April 26.“This is the most exciting project I haveundertaken,” said Larry Miller, during thegroundbreaking ceremony.Construction plans for MMP include a0.9 mile paved go-kart circuit with 20 configurations available.At a media event at MMP, Miller said heusually planned every move he made inthe business world “but this track is justfor fun. We’re going to drive ‘til we’re silly.”2006 - MMP opened April 1 with aDepeleted uraniumopen house seeslittle public turnoutby Tim GillieSTAFF WRITERAbout a dozen Tooele Countyresidents showed up at lastweek’s open house to learn aboutEnergySolutions’ plan to makeTooele County’s West Desert thepermanent repository for 700metric tons of depleted uranium.The three-hour open housewas held in the auditorium of theTooele County Building on May 6from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m.SUNDAYMONDAYBody ofLehi manfoundnearreservoirEmployees of the state Divisionof Radiation Control and theirconsultant, SC&A, a Vienna,Virginia-based environmentalconsulting firm, were on handto answer questions about theiranalysis of EnergySolutions’ planto store depleted uranium at itsClive facility.Depleted uranium is classifiedas Class A low-level radioactivewaste by the Nuclear RegulatoryCommission. Class A is the low-by Steve HoweSTAFF WRITERThFSaSuMTuby Steve HoweSTAFF WRITERALMANACOver 70 years ago, Francis Steele took a trainride across the country, before departing forOvercast with a couple A.M. t-storms, then aMostly cloudyTemperaturesEurope on a luxury cruise ship converted intoof thundershowerst-storm in spotsHigh/Low past week70/38a troop transport. The year was 1944 and anNormal high/low past week70/4663 4969 4871 49Average temp past week52.318-year-old Steele was bound for the EuropeanNormal average temp past week58.0theater of World War II.ATHERDaily TemperaturesHighLow This past weekend he took another long trip— this time by plane — to Washington, D.C. HeCOURTESY OF MICHELLE NIELSONwas one of 52 World War II veterans who wereWorld War II veteran Francis Steele and his daughter Michelle Neilson visits thegiven free airfare, food and lodging through theWorld War II Memorial in Washington D.C. Steele recently visited the monumentUtah Honor Flight, a non-profit organization.as part of the Utah Honor Flight.Statistics for the week ending May 11.Tue Wed ThuDugway72/50SEE BODY PAGE A8 Local World War II vet travelsto DC to see war monumentsUV INDEXWSeecompleteforecaston A8SEE VET PAGE A8 The illustration shows how EnergySolutions wants to dispose of depleted uranium at its Clive facility.The higher the AccuWeather.com UV Index number, the greater the need for eye and skinprotection. 0-2 Low; 3-5 Moderate; 6-7 High; 8-10Very High; 11 ExtremeWEATHEREach veteran was accompanied by a guardian,who paid 90 for airfare. Steele, 89, brought hisdaughter, Michelle Nielson.“It was a once in a lifetime thing and I’m gladmy dad was able to go,” she said.The trip, which ran May 7 to May 9, wasan opportunity for Utah veterans to visit various monuments and memorials in the nation’scapital. Steele said the trip was a lot better thanthe one that took him to war more than sevendecades prior.It was a whirlwind three-day visit for the vet-A Lehi man was found deadat a campsite near GrantsvilleReservoir on Saturday afternoon,prompting a massive manhuntand investigation into the man’scause of death.Larry Ray, 57, was found at acampsite when another pair ofcampers came upon a vehiclestuck in the mud, according toTooele County Sheriff’s Lt. TravisScharmann. The man at thecampsite trying to free the vehicle was acting suspiciously andeventually left on foot, shortlybefore the campers noticed thebody.Early Sunday morning, sheriff’s deputies arrested DevonDahl, 24, of Ogden, who is aperson of interest in the case,Scharmann said. Dahl is beinginvestigated for vehicle burglary,possession of stolen propertyand evidence tampering.The campers discovered Ray’sbody around 4 p.m. and deputiesarrived on scene between 4:30ILLUSTRATION COURTESY OF SC&A CONSULTANTSSEE URANIUM PAGE A5 TUESDAYLake Point74/54Stansbury ParkErda 74/54Grantsville72/50Pine Rush ValleyOphir72/4969/45FriSat(in inches)PrecipitationAIR QUALITYTuesdaySEE TIMELINE PAGE A8 Sun MonINSIDEGoodWednesdayLast Normal MonthGoodNormal Year NormalWeek for week to date M-T-D to date Y-T-DPollenIndexThursdayHighGoodModerateSource:Low www.airquality.utah.govAbsentTu W Th F Sa SuMSource: Intermountain Allergy & AsthmaRIVERS AND LAKESArtist finds nicheright in her ownbackyardSee A3Local official callsfor audit of prisonstudySee A2BULLETIN BOARDCLASSIFIEDSHOMETOWNOBITUARIESOPEN FORUMSPORTSB4B6B1A5A4A6

TOOELE TRANSCRIPT-BULLETINBroadway100 East1000 NorthSR36Valley View Dr600 NorthOld TimersBall FieldRodeoGroundsUtah AveFAMILY PROMISE FUNDRAISERVine StreetVine StTooeleLibraryRed DelpapaMemorial Park200 SouthSeventh Sttgillie@tooeletranscript.comDroubay RdDow-JamesRecreationComplexColemanmillion on additional prisonconstruction, operation, andmaintenance costs over thenext 20 years if the prison stays1280 NBroadwayMerrill NelsonSR-36RENEWEDPROJECTUPDATE400 SouthSkneyliDr520 S700 SouthTINMAColemanOne state representative findsfigures provided by the PrisonRelocation Commission’s consultant so staggering, he wantsthe numbers audited.Rep. Merrill Nelson, RGrantsville, has requestedthat the Legislative AuditSubcommittee approve an auditof projected construction costsand economic benefit projections of moving the Utah StatePrison.“They have mentioned a 1.8billion benefit from developingthe property where the prisoncurrently sits,” Nelson said.“That’s 10 percent of the statebudget generated by 700 iminal justice and public safety-consulting firm hired by thePRC, produced a report for thePRC that concluded that oncethe 700-acre current prison sitein Draper is fully developed, thestate would receive an annualeconomic benefit of 1.8 billion.Annual state and local taxrevenues associated with thefull development of the property would be 94.6 million annually, according to the report.The report also predicted thestate would need to spend 783“This is a very importantdecision that will affect generations of Utah citizens,” hesaid. “We only get one chanceto make this decision and ithas to be done right. I am sureour legislative leaders are just asconcerned as I am that we havecurrent and accurate data.”TheLegislativeAuditSubcommittee consists ofSpeaker of the House GregHughes, R-Draper; President ofthe Senate Wayne Niederhauser,R-Sandy; Senate MinorityLeader Gene Davis, D-Salt LakeCity; and House Minority LeaderBrian King, D-Salt Lake City.The subcommittee approvesor denies requests for auditreports to be completed by theLegislative Auditor General.Once approved audits are completed, the subcommittee hearsand releases the audit report.MAIN STREETSTAFF WRITERin Draper.The state would spend 1 billion over the next 20 years incapital and operating costs torelocate the prison, accordingto MGT’s report.“I would just like to knowwhere those figures came fromand if they are still accurate,because it has been at least twoyears since the study was doneand construction costs havechanged,” Nelson said.Nelson sponsored legislationin this year’s legislative sessionthat would have required thePRC to evaluate the Draperprison location using the samecriteria they used to rate potential new prison locations.His bill, which gathered 16cosponsors, was never assignedto a committee. But Nelsonis not worried that legislativeleadership may not approve ofhis audit request.100 Eastby Tim Gillie100 WestNelson wants audit to check prison studyTUESDAY May 12, 2015200 WestA2ERESTRoad ConstructionAlternate RoutesSR36BUSINESS BRIEFSThe Transcript-Bulletin welcomesnews items from the local businesscommunity of 150 words or less.Businesses can send news of awards,promotions, internal milestones,new business ventures, newhires, relocations, partnerships,major transactions and otheritems to David Bern via email atbern@tooeletranscript.com, via faxat (435) 882-6123, or via regular mailat P.O. Box 390, Tooele, UT 84074.If it happens here,read about it here.TRANSCRIPTBULLETINTOOELEDAVID BERN/TTB PHOTOPastor Debi Paulsen (above) of the Tooele United Methodist Church welcomes patrons to last Wednesday’s“Cinco de Mayo — Almost” fundraiser dinner for Family Promises of Tooele County campaign. Held in thechurch’s basement, the fundraiser generated over 700 for the program that when launched will providetemporary shelter for homeless families in the area. Sue Johansen (below) prepares a plate of Mexican food.Family Promises of Tooele County is a 501c3 non-profit. Paulsen said the non-profit relies on donations andvolunteers to help homeless families in the ADMINISTRATIONScott C. DunnJoel J. DunnOFFICEBruce DunnChris EvansVicki HigginsPublisherPublisher EmeritusControllerOffice ManagerCustomer ServiceEDITORIALDavid BernEditorTavin StuckiSports EditorDarren Vaughan Community News EditorFrancie AufdemortePhoto EditorTim GillieStaff WriterEmma PenrodStaff WriterSteve HoweStaff WriterADVERTISINGClayton DunnKeith BirdDianna BergenKelly ChanceLAYOUT & DESIGNJohn HamiltonLiz ArellanoPRODUCTIONPerry DunnDarwin CookJames ParkDan CoatsScott SpenceOFFICE HOURS:Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.,closed Saturday and Sunday.CLASSIFIEDS DEADLINE:4:45 p.m. day prior to publication.PUBLIC NOTICES DEADLINE:4 p.m. day prior to publication.COMMUNITY NEWS ITEMS,BULLETIN BOARD, ETC.:3 p.m. day prior to publication.OBITUARY DEADLINE:10 a.m. day of publication.Publication No. (USPS 6179-60) issuedtwice a week at Tooele City, Utah. Periodicalspostage paid at Tooele, Utah. Published bythe Transcript Bulletin Publishing Company,Inc., 58 North Main Street, Tooele City, Utah.Address all correspondence to P.O. Box 390,Tooele City, Utah 84074.POSTMASTER:Send change of address to:PO Box 390Tooele, Utah 84074-0390435-882-0050 Fax 435-882-6123email: tbp@tooeletranscript.comor visit our web site extension atwww.tooeletranscript.comEntire contents 2015 Transcript BulletinPublishing Company, Inc. All rightsreserved. No part of this publication may bereproduced in any form without the writtenconsent of the managing editor or publisher.We Want to Make You a Loan!100- 3,000 TODAY! Gentry Finance 435-843-8680OPEN DURINGCONSTRUCTIONCreative DirectorGraphic ArtistSUBSCRIPTION RATES: 1.00 per copy; 40 per year delivered bycarrier in Tooele, Grantsville, Erda, Stockton,Lake Point and Stansbury Park, Utah; 45per year by mail in Tooele County, Utah; 77 per year by mail in the United States.advance of short disruptions towater service that will occur.Once finished with the northern half of the project, traffic controls will be moved to a sectionof Main Street from Old CanyonRoad to 100 South and repeat asimilar process. Hansen told thecity council on May 6 that heexpected the completion of thefirst phase and the beginningof the second phase within twoweeks.The city’s goal is to completethe project before the UtahDepartment of Transportationbreaks ground on SR-36Renewed, its Main Street reconstruction project, in June.A third project on SR-36 —resurfacing of the state routefrom Tooele City’s northmost citylimit out to Stansbury Park — isexpected to also begin in June.UDOT has hired two contractors to cover both of those projects and is currently workingwith the contractors to developa construction schedule. UDOTofficials plan to release moreinformation to the public at aJune 3 public hearing at TooeleCity Hall.Readers can check in at tooeleonline.com for breaking newsand updates as the road workprogresses.NEED CASH NOW?Advertising ManagerAdvertising SalesAdvertising SalesClassified AdvertisingPre-press ManagerWeb Press ManagerPress TechnicianPre-press TechnicianInsert TechnicianRoad closures related to TooeleCity’s water main replacementproject will continue for the nextseveral weeks.According to Tooele CityEngineer Paul Hansen, MainStreet continues to be reduced toone lane in each direction from200 South to 700 North to facilitate the first phase of the watermain replacement.Vine Street is closed at theeast-side intersection with MainStreet to protect constructioncrews.While these road closures mayremain in place for several daysat a time, no closure of businessor resident drive access will lastmore than eight hours, Hansensaid.The city suggests motoristsuse alternative routes during theproject to avoid traffic congestion. The adjacent map showsthose areas in green.There are currently two crewsworking simultaneously on theproject. One is moving northward from 100 South while theother is moving southward from600 North.With much of the waterlinenow in place, construction crewswill connect the new main to individual connections. Businessesand residents will be notified inDAVID BERN/TTB PHOTOState’s water usage unclearSALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Asstate lawmakers consider paying billions for controversialnew water projects in the yearsahead, a report released Tuesdayshows that state water officialsdon’t know exactly how muchwater Utah residents are usingor when the state will face ashortage.The report from the legislative auditor’s office didn’t conclude whether or not the LakePowell pipeline in southern Utahor Bear River water project innorthern Utah are needed, butseveral lawmakers said afterreceiving the report that they’requestioning the size or need ofall future water projects.The report found that Utahshould be able to reduce itswater use beyond current goals,which Senate President WayneNiederhauser, R-Sandy, saidmade him question the scope ofprojects like Bear River or LakePowell. He said he didn’t knowenough specifics about the projects to say whether he thoughtthey were still needed.“I don’t think that we canevaluate whether the need existsuntil we have accurate information,” said Rep. Brian King, DSalt Lake City.The Lake Powell pipelinewould draw water from LakePowell into southwestern Utahcounties through a 139-milepipeline. The project, which isexpected to begin constructionin 2020, would allow Utah to grabmore of a share of the ColoradoRiver, which several states relyon for water.The Bear River project, at leasta decade away from construction, would dam the Bear Rivernorth of the Great Salt Lake tosupply northern parts of thestate.Utah Rivers Council, an environmental group, said Tuesdaythe Water Resources divisionrelied on bad data to overstatethe need for both projects, whichare estimated to cost at least 2.5billion.Eric Millis, the director of thestate Division of Water Resources,told lawmakers Tuesday that hisagency’s data isn’t perfect butit has value. He said the agencyagrees with much of the report’srecommendations and wouldlike to get more accurate dataabout the state’s water use.Millis said the report is looking at statewide numbers, butthe division took a close look atthe needs and water supply forthe St. George area surroundingthe Lake Powell project. He saidthey plan a similar study for theBear River project.The auditor’s report onlylooked at use by communitiesand industry, and it didn’t takefarming into account, whichmakes up about 82 percent ofUtah’s water use.According to the report, theWater Resources division hasrelied on flawed data from localand regional water districts thatis being measured or recordedincorrectly or isn’t measured atall. The division’s estimate ofper-person water use is based onan unreliable study from 2000,the report said.The report found that water inUtah is generally cheaper thanother states because in manylocal water districts, homeowners and businesses pay for a goodchunk of their water through aflat property tax rather than paybased on their actual water use.The report recommends lawmakers and state officials look atinstalling meters on all water systems, push to get accurate datafrom local districts and considerchanging the pricing structureso homes and businesses paymore if they use more.Mmm.COWBOY BURGER1/4 Pounder w/Cheese Onion RingsSavory Bacon BBQ Sauce490 N. MAIN, TOOELE 882-3608Like us onFacebook forexclusiveweekly specialsHOURS: Mon - Sat 10 am –10 pm Sunday 11 am – 10 pm230 E. MAIN, GRANTSVILLE 884-4408HOURS: Monday - Sunday 10 am – 10 pm facebook.com/AmericanBurgers

TOOELE TRANSCRIPT-BULLETINTUESDAY May 12, 2015A3Local fine arts photographer knows how to smell the rosesby Emma PenrodSTAFF WRITERPatricia Jessie hasn’t alwaysbeen a fine arts photographer.Nor has she always been aStansbury Park resident. It tookyears to adapt to these new lifetitles — in fact, she said, she’sstill adjusting and exploring hernew roles.Before coming to TooeleCounty and before taking upphotography, Jessie focused onsketching, mostly in charcoal,but she also experimented withpastels and other media. Shetook art lessons in high schooland college, but her goal was tobecome a fashion designer, nota fine artist, so she focused onthe study of color and fabric.Though she never had anyformal training in photography, Jessie had just begun tomake headway for herself asa professional photographerof scenery and landscapes inMassachusetts before her movehere.“I had just become famousin a way — back east peoplewould stop me in the grocerystore and ask me if I was whothey thought I was,” Jessie said.“But when we moved out here, Ihad to start all over.”It wasn’t just that Jessie hadto rebuild her social and professional networks — althoughshe faced that challenge, as well— but the lighting and land-scape was so

May 05, 2015 · theater of World War II. This past weekend he took another long trip — this time by plane — to Washington, D.C. He was one of 52 World War II veterans who were given free airfare, food and lodging through the Utah Honor Flight, a non-profit organization. Each veteran was accompanie

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