Robots might be coming to Utah a lot sooner than you thought. A bill that would modify Utah traffic code was introduced by Rep. Stewart Barlow of Fruit Heights. That bill will permit automated personal delivery robots to roam sidewalks. As of now, these personal delivery robots fall under the legal definition of an automobile, which is why a new bill is needed to “carve out a safe space in the legal code for these robots to operate.”
“Today, we’d like to present a bill that deals with an upcoming technology and industry,” Rep. Barlow, told the House Transportation Committee. To support the bill, Barlow arranged for a personal delivery device to roll into the committee room. The intent is to use the robots for deliveries within a 3-mile radius of it’s departure point. They will mainly operate on the sidewalk. The demonstration proved successful because the bill was advanced unanimously. It now heads to the full House for further debate.
How soon before we get personal robots to do all the cleaning around our house? Will you be first in line for one of those machines? They still might be several years away. Until then, you can always count on Junk King Salt Lake City to help keep the rubbish from overrunning your home.
Junk King provides a team of movers who aren’t robotic at all but they are quite efficient. The first thing the crew will do is look over all the things you want to get rid of. They could be in a single pile in your garage or scattered throughout the rest of the house. The team from Junk King is going to pick them up right on the spot. Before that, they’ll provide you with an estimate for the service. That will be determined by how well they pack up the truck with your stuff. The crews know how much space a sofa will take up or anything else for that matter. You’ll never be charged by the pound. If the price is agreeable, then they’ll get to work. In no time at all your junk will be cleared away. For fast and affordable junk removal in Fruit Heights, put Junk King Salt Lake City on the job today.
Gardening is a wonderful hobby. It gets you outside for a nice dose of vitamin D from the sun. It helps beautiful your property, which raises the value. Depending on what you plant, a garden can also feed your family. To get your garden growing this spring, you’re going to need to do a little prep work. Here’s what to focus on in the coming weeks:
Get Rid of Dead Leaves
The last leaves of fall don’t need to be raked up. They can provide a nice “blanket” for your lawn and garden throughout the winter. But now is the time to rake all those leaves. This will give you the first glance of what you have to work with in terms of you soil and perennials.
This is probably the most labor-intensive part of getting your garden ready. Edging allows you to create a kind of small trench around your flowerbeds. This is great for trapping water and letting it flow back to your flowers. You can use a long handle edger or get down to the ground and dig it out. Edging is also how you can expand your garden area.
A lot of flowers you plant in your garden can already be well on their way to blooming. But you can also start your garden directly from seeds. These can be grown in pots and containers indoors until the weather warms up. Just make sure they are somewhere that has sunlight.
Mulch & Fertilize
After raking the leaves, you’ll want to lay down a bed of mulch and/or fertilizer. This how you prep the soil for growing. You’re providing your dirt a much needed burst of nutrients. Fertilizer should go down a few weeks before you start planting. It can be harsh on new seedlings and you want to give your soil a chance to acclimate.
Along with all the raking and edging, you might have some things you need to move around or move out all together. This is work that you can turn over to Junk King Salt Lake City. Even though “junk” is in their name, the crews from Junk King are happy to help with yard clearing of any kind. Whether you need pavers or patio furniture hauled away, Junk King Salt Lake City is the perfect partner to help get your garden ready for spring.