Local Recall

Municipal elections have come and gone this week and we bring the Kingmaker on to make sense of it all. Plus, Ogden's Lantern House homeless resource center and shelter recently saw a sharp decrease in the number of beds to due to regulations. And, as always, Pinkies Up, Thumbs Down and Upcoming Events.

Also special thanks to our sponsor, Ashley Wolthius and the Elements of Real Estate! https://www.theelementsofrealestate.com

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You Don't Have to Go Homeless, but You Can't Stay Here

An article from Mark Shenefelt at the Standard this week chronicled the recent drop in the number of beds at Northern Utah's largest homeless resource center, The Lantern House, right here in Ogden.

According to Shenefelt, the city reduced the number of beds by 33% for code violations, but the number was later negotiated back up.

Photo Credit: Standard-Examiner


Support the Lantern House by donating or volunteering to help with those struggling to find shelter as the weather grows colder.

Weber County Municipal Election Recap w/ Kingmaker, Oscar Mata

Last Tuesday, the Weber Elections Office tallied up the ballots to see who would be taking seats on city councils and mayor's offices across the county. We invited the Kingmaker to come on to tell us about some of the wins, some of the losses, and what it means for the future of politics in Weber County.

Photo Credit: Weber Elections Office


Check the results of the Weber Municipal Election here and think about running in 2020 or 2021.

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, November 13th

Ogden Diversity Commission Meeting

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM, Weber County Library - Main Branch

(2464 Jefferson Ave, Ogden, 84401)

Thursday, November 14th

Weber State Native Symposium Film Screening: True Whispers

5:00 PM - 8:00 PM, Shepherd Union Building

(3848 Harrison Blvd, Ogden, 84408)

Tuesday, November 19th

Ogden Police Reform Now! Rally

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM, Ogden City Municipal Building

(2549 Washington Blvd, Ogden, 84401)

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