Renovations began on the Murray Park Amphitheater the week of Oct. 24. The theater hasn’t seen any improvements since its original construction in 1985. Unfortunately, the lowest bid ended up being $400,000 higher than the City’s original $2.2 million estimate. In order to free up space in the Budget, several capital improvement projects needed to be delayed.
As more data comes out about the health effects of air pollution, residents across the Salt Lake Valley have expressed frustration with the lack of serious legislation regarding air pollution. On Oct. 18, Murray passed its first idle-free ordinance.
A developer applied to subdivide a property on Vine Street. The Murray City Council elected not to vote on the rezone. The developer has since filed an appeal, set for Dec. 6.
Sherrie Swensen, Salt Lake County Clerk, wants to remind voters that this is a Vote-By-Mail Election.
Rep. Norm Thurston's proposed draft legislation for the upcoming session
With the growth in our community, locating our buildings closer to the people we service makes good financial sense, and makes County government more efficient.
One of the greatest roles of Salt Lake County government is protecting the safety of the public.
If researchers study my genetic make-up, they’ll find a preponderance of genes that create a longing for candy and silence, and a disturbing lack of genes related to interior design and holiday decorating.
In this world of instant gratification it’s become harder than ever to keep overspending at bay.
The timing is now right, to where we can change our downtown area, to once again be the center of our city and the gathering place for our residents.