SUHBA proudly welcomes one of our newest members, Hedgehog Electric. They provide both residential and commercial electrical services. Check out their awesome reviews to see why they stand out from the rest.



June was Safety month at the SUHBA Member Luncheon!

The SUHBA Member Luncheon this month was all about safety! We were lucky enough to have Brittany Benko, former VP of Environment, Health, Safety & Regulatory for Chesapeake Energy, join us to explain her involvement with the Deepwater Horizon incident and provide practical safety tips to our members. We would like to congratulate again our 2018 Safety Award winners who were recognized during the luncheon: S&S Homes, Stephen Wade Auto Center and JP Excavating, Inc. Special thanks to our luncheon sponsor Angie Marshall from Tasteful Trends Interiors and her amazing team! We will see you in August for our “Building Strong Connections” networking luncheon!

 



Outdoor Living Grand Opening!

Huge congratulations to one of our SUHBA members, Outdoor Living & The Awning Co, on the grand opening of their new location at 735 S Bluff Street in St. George! #supportlocalbusiness

 



Lake Powell Pipeline Public Meeting

We encourage you to attend the following meeting on the Lake Powell Pipeline on Thursday, March 22 from 6 to 8 pm. It is so important to have members attend the meeting and make public comments on the LPP. There are residents that are against the LPP and future growth, so it is important we show strength in numbers by attending this and future public meetings on the LPP. We recognize water is vital for continued growth in our area and a strong economy. Please add to your calendar and we will see you there.

 

Lake Powell Pipeline Public Meeting, March 22

The Governor’s Executive Water Finance Board is hosting a public meeting for input on the Lake Powell Pipeline on Thursday, March 22 from 6 – 8 p.m. in the lecture hall at Dixie High School. We encourage you to participate in this meeting and invite others to attend as well to voice support of the project. Thank you.


Upcoming Caucus Meeting

Why is it important to attend your upcoming Caucus Meeting on March 20th? Why is it important to become a delegate? It is vital that members who support the building industry and continued growth in our area, let your voice be heard and participate in the political process! If you don’t get involved, others that speak louder may have a negative impact on growth and our economy. You can make a difference by becoming involved! Attend your caucus meeting, consider becoming a delegate, and make a positive impact while supporting candidates and issues that sustain continued growth! Growth is key to a strong economy!

 

For more information on your caucus meeting, including location and time, please view the following resources.

 

Republican Caucus: March 20, 2018

http://utah.gop/elections/caucus-2018/

 

Democratic Caucus: March 20, 2018

http://utahdemocrats.org/

 

General Information About Caucus Meetings:

Utah’s Political Process

Utah’s political process begins every two years in neighborhood caucuses throughout the state where members of each precinct vote for delegates to represent them at county and state party conventions. Delegates then attend the conventions to vote for candidates that will then face each other in the public general election.

 

Getting involved

First visit the Lt. Governor’s site to find your precinct number (https://vote.utah.gov/vote/menu/index).  You must be registered to vote to participate. Most caucus meetings allow you to register to vote during the meeting if you’re not already. Next, visit the website of the political party you affiliate with for time and location for your precinct. If you’re not registered with a political party, you can declare your affiliation at the meeting.  In order to run or vote for delegates, a person must be 18 years old at the time of the election (August primaries and November general election) and a registered voter. The various parties may have additional rules about party affiliation.


Fundraiser for SUHBA Member

Family and friends, along with Kalamity dance group are planning a fundraiser for the Jessop family. Please click here for more information.

Lester Jessop of Prime Excavating has three kids,9 year old Daron and 4 year old twins Aubrey and Angie that have a rare neurologic disease called PKAN (Pantothenate Kinase Associated Neurodegeneration). There is no cure but there is a foundation that has identified a compound that they believe may change the course of this terrible disease. They have had huge breakthroughs in testing the compound on human cells and mice and received amazing results. They have met with the FDA and the FDA is supportive of the foundations plan to move the compound quickly into humans.

The price of the compound is extremely expensive and for a family that has to have it for all 3 of their kids to live is astronomical. We are trying to raise as much money as possible for the family. Please donate what you can, every little bit helps.  All proceeds will go to the Jessop family.


Subcontractors for Service

We are looking for homeowners who are in need of minor home repairs, or small home improvement projects to better their living conditions and to make their homes safer.  Please send an email to suhba@suhba.com if you need home repair help and for more information.


Careers in Construction

SUHBA and Dixie Technical College are teaming up to help prepare students for a lucrative career in the building construction industry.

This 40-hour course starts January 29, 2018. Register and more information here. Hurry, limited space available!