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Central Business District Gets Revenue Boost

Future Murray downtown development receives major funding boost

New Code Helps Murray Taste Utah’s “Buzz du Jour”

Food Trucks slurp up new customers with new licensing

Murray Police Officer Receives Employee of the Month Honors

Officer commemoration also serves to remind residents of dangerous jobs law enforcement face.

No Change In Geographic Requirement For Planning Commissioners

Proposal shot down to maintain language of geographic code

Ride to Zero

Hundreds of bikers to ride in support to decrease veteran suicides

SLCoHD Reports First Human WNV Case of the Year

Though most people are focused on Zika this season, WNV is more of a threat to Utahns

"Mayor’s Message"

I’ve realized that being environmentally conscientious is an ongoing learning process.

Murray Seniors Fight to Keep Homes

Local residents flooded the Murray City Council Chambers on July 5 to protest the decision of the Winchester Park Estate’s owners to put the property on the market. Homeowners in the 55 and older mobile home park said they had recently received letters informing them of the decision to sell the property.

City Council Approves 2017 Budget

On June 30, the Murray City Council voted to approve the budget for the 2016-2017 fiscal year. Murray’s revenue stream was bolstered by a growing Utah economy, continuing the trend of rising sales tax revenue over the last two years.

Neighborhoods Come First Before Commercial Rezones

Murray City Council denies rezone request to protect neighborhood.

 

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