He was a problem solver who never started life out thinking he would be Governor. His natural talents and abilities continued to open doors and opportunities for him.
This year marks a celebration of how, over the years, the focus has shifted towards helping older adults take charge of their health, stay engaged in their communities and make a positive impact on the lives of others.
“I’ve been overwhelmed by the amount of confidence and support everyone has given me,” she said. “Many residents of District 4 have called to express their excitement—they know I’m anxious to represent them and convey what they want—and the staff has been very open and welcoming.”
City officials will cut the “hose” with the “Jaws of Life” at an April 30 ribbon cutting ceremony for Fire Station 54/Bagley Park Police Substation.
The council unanimously approved installation of Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons at the crosswalk. The beacons should be installed in the next 60 to 90 days.
The city council has taken the next step in the issuance and sale of $6.53 million of sales tax revenue bonds. The sale will allow West Jordan City to finance the cost of replacing certain streetlights with LED lights, as well as making improvements in several parks within the city.
I’m happy to report that the just-concluded session of the Utah legislature had what I believe are some big “wins” for the residents of Salt Lake County, as well as what I see as one major “loss”.
Comcast Cares Day is a celebration of the company’s year-round commitment to service, and has grown to become the nation’s largest single-day corporate volunteer event. In 2014, a record 95,000 volunteers contributed 570,000 hours to improve more than 820 parks, schools, beaches, senior centers and other vital community sites around the world.
West Jordan City will once again allow voters to cast their ballots by mail. The city has entered into an interlocal cooperation agreement with Salt Lake County’s election division to provide Vote-by-mail election services for this fall’s municipal election.
West Jordan Police Chief Doug Diamond will be awarded the Chief of the Year for a large jurisdiction by the Utah Chiefs of Police Association. He will receive the honor at the association’s awards banquet in St. George on March 25.