The Murray City Council approved a development agreement to tear down several buildings on Vine Street to build a new Vine Street Senior Living Project and approved the finalized 2017-18 budget.
Lennox Alo became a hero to his mom and to people across the city of Murray when he stayed calm and called 911 after his pregnant mother fainted in their home on March 18.
The Murray City Council approved several ordinances to amend parts of the Municipal Code, and previous finance director was recognized as a new director steps in at the June 6 meeting.
Amendments were made to the Murray City Zoning Map in regards to two areas, and the tentative 2017-18 budget plan was adopted in the May 16 city council meeting.
Murray City Council rejected a resolution to made a boundary adjustment, which would have annexed land to Midvale, in April council meeting and approved the further review of the mayor’s tentative 2017-2018 budget plan in May.
Murray City was awarded a Transportation and Land Use Connection (TLC) grant for continued development of the Murray Central TRAX and FrontRunner station.
Over 25 citizens residents for and against development of the Canal Trail along the Jordan and Salt Lake Canal came to the April 4 Murray City Council meeting to share thoughts and concerns before a resolution was passed for development of the trail.
The Murray Chamber of Commerce worked with community members and city employees to raise money for a bulletproof vest for the police department’s K-9 unit dog, Argos.
The local Boys & Girls Club recognized Murray City — including the mayor Mayor and city City Ccouncil — for their contribution towards the Club’s success over the last 50 years, during National Boys & Girls Club week
Murray City Council passed joint resolutions with the mayor on March 21 to make March 27 through April 1, 2017 Boys & Girls Club Week, to declare April as Child Abuse Prevention Month, and to make Murray Park Center and Outdoor Pool fee changes.