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Holladay City General Plan Approaches Completion

Here is what is going on with the Holladay City General Plan

Agile Roots Celebrates Utah’s Software Development Community

In February 2001, 17 software practitioners gathered at Snowbird ski resort to find common ground among their working methods. Given Agile’s Utah origins, Salt Lake City was a natural choice to host an Agile-related conference.

Nicole Martin Keeps Herriman Moving Forward

Nicole Martin wins awards and runs for city council.

President Boyd K Packer- Many Send Condolences

The Journals have received a number of press releases and emails to offer thoughts, prayers and condolences.

2015 Country Fest Summer Kickoff Successful Despite Weather’s Attempt For A Wash

Despite the disappointing finale to the three-day festival held June 3-6 at North City Park, the overall turnout was significantly up from last year. According to Seager, approximately 9,000 people attended to enjoy the rides and attractions that were showcased.

Contested Elections In Three South Jordan City Council Races

Election season 2015 has arrived in South Jordan. Three city council seats are up for a vote this year, with a primary in each contested district scheduled for August and the general election in November.

South Jordan Selects New Police Chief

The City of South Jordan announced the selection of a new police chief to replace Lindsay Shepherd, who retired in May after 16 years of service. Jeff Carr, currently deputy commissioner for the Utah Department of Public Safety, brings more than 30 years of law enforcement experience to his new position.

Residents Get Help With Water Conservation

The challenge is to bring down overall water use locally, while at the same time total population growth continues unabated. The city sees three primary ways to encourage residents to practice good water-saving techniques: education, rates and ordinances.

The West Jordan Divide: Personal Accountability

The division within the council is no longer about the blade that caused the wound but the germ that is infecting it; until someone decides to take a step in the direction of truth, rather than half-steps toward half-truths, the sickness that has been plaguing the city for months will continue.


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