Orem City Council:
- Will consider a policy for donating city-owned land to projects developing low-income housing. The council also will consider donating two city-owned lots to Habitat for Humanity, which will use them to build low-income, single-family homes.- Will consider granting a conditional-use permit to allow Hal Stead to operate a secondary school for 35 students in a home located at 825 E. 800 North.
When: During its meeting Tuesday, with work session at 6 p.m. and regular council meeting at 7 p.m.
Where: Council Chambers, City Center, 54 N. State.
High-flyin' pollution: If you want to check air quality, columnists Brooke Adams and Dennis Romboy suggest taking a gander at the flags flying in the median on Center Street and University Avenue. See story on Page B5.
Air-quality-index highs as of 8 a.m. Monday in Utah County as measured by the Utah Division of Air Quality:
Lindon monitor, fine particulate or PM10: 30
Downtown Provo, carbon monoxide: 22
North Provo monitor, carbon monoxide: 11
Readings between 1 and 50 are good. The forecast is for little change in pollution levels.
UTAH COUNTY MOVIES on Page B5.