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Murray development property negotiations continued, eminent domain delayed

The Murray City Council passed a resolution to allow an indefinite amount of time for negotiations over property downtown to continue, instead of passing for the use of eminent domain at the March 7 meeting.

Fashion Place welcomes new tenant with Macy's

A large addition is coming to Murray, with a charity day in mind.

Industrialism Drives Utah Women to the Workplace

American Industrialism at the turn of the 20th century brought Utah women out of their homes and into the workplace. There they faced inequality and wage disparity.

Eminent domain for downtown development discussed by Murray Council

Murray City Council passed a resolution to wait 30 days authorizing eminent domain for downtown development, along with a resolution with intent to annex some land to Midvale City at the council meeting February 7.

New Officers Sworn In, Murray City Money for 2017 Discussed in Council

Two police officers being sworn in and consideration on an ordinance to amend the city’s fiscal year 2016-2017 budget were some of the main items on the docket for the Murray City Council meeting Tuesday Dec. 13.

Trans-Jordan updates include future landfills, NUERA research projects, recycling goals

Update on future landfill and the plastic bag issue

Residents asked to do their part to improve air quality

The Division of Air Quality is urging the public to do what they can to improve the air quality.

Health Insurance Help: How to Live With It and Not Without

Important tips to remember about health insurance.

Recycling 101: Getting Closer to Best Recycling Practices in the Valley

Recycling is a lot simpler than most people believe, due to different information from each city. Here are a few things everyone should know to become a better recycler.

Bees yes, chickens no in Murray

The Murray city council took a look at two ordinances on Oct. 18 that would allow residents on low-density residential properties to keep chickens and bees. The ordinance allowing bee keeping passed. But the council was swayed by residents concerned about chicken keeping, and chose not to pass that ordinance.

 

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