Lewis, Young, Robertson & Burningham was hired to perform an evaluation of West Jordan’s economy, which showed overall sales leakage and helped to identify areas where growth and additional “tools” are needed.
City Manager Mark Palesh resigns after nearly two years and several memorable achievements in the position.
On Aug. 9, the West Jordan City Council voted to include a change of government question on the November ballot, despite the recommendation of an appointment committee.
An Ordinance was adopted at the July 12 city council meeting allowing future land use map amendment requests to only be reviewed quarterly.
The animal shelter spends a summer using portable AC units while the project goes out to bid.
West Jordan is given a grant from the State Forestry department and works toward planting more trees along Redwood Road.
West Jordan Fire Department has two badge pinnings and recognizes two new civilian employees at the June 14 city council meeting.
Discussion of revenues steers the initial West Jordan budget approval meeting.
West Jordan City Council amends its secondary vendor permit fee to be in accordance with a new senate bill and make West Jordan more business friendly to food trucks.
Bill Hogue, a volunteer in West Jordan, has put in more than 1,507 hours with the West Jordan Police Department and plans to continue serving the community.