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WJ Fire recaps California wildfire experience

Captain Kris Maxfield recounted the 14-day experience he and five other firefighters had assisting with the California wildfires.

David Brickey named City Manager-for next two years

Though the position is close to extinction in West Jordan, a city manager won't have to live in the city to hold the position anymore.

Fire chief steps down after 23 years in public safety

He cross-trained as a policeman and firefighter in the '90s and spent seven years as West Jordan's Fire Chief. Now he heads to spend time with his family.

West Jordan’s year of initiating change

From changing its government to changing its public works location, 2017 saw movement for Utah’s fourth largest city.

Residents vote against bond for rec center

In a 75-24 vote, WJ says no to bonding for a rec center.

West Jordan City officials break ground for new cultural arts facility

West Jordan City officials break ground on new cultural arts facility

A new mayor rides into West Jordan

West Jordan’s new mayor comes from inside the building.

Too much of a good thing: High sewer fund cash balance raises questions

A rate decrease in sewer fees was discussed and then tabled after questions were raised regarding a large cash balance in the sewer fund, totaling more than one full year’s operating funds.

Ordinance passed to subdivide rural 1-acre lot

An ordinance narrowly passes to subdivide a rural 1-acre lot in West Jordan, with many neighbors speaking out on both sides of the issue.

Fiscal impact studies one way to evaluate November ballot initiative

Fiscal impact studies completed in 2005 and 2014 may be useful tools to evaluate the government change question appearing on the November 2017 ballot.





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