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July 21, 2014

Rather than pursue establishing a municipal service fund similar to that used for garbage collection, the Morgan County Council would rather try to negotiate its agreement with Morgan City to provide ambulance service.

Rather than pursue establishing a municipal service fund similar to that used for garbage collection, the Morgan County Council would rather try to negotiate its agreement with Morgan City to provide ambulance service.<

May 31, 2014

The last few months have brought many changes to the Morgan City Council.  The resignation of Mayor Jim Egbert resulted in bringing Morgan City their new mayor, Ray Little.  The domino effect of Little’s appointment to the mayoral seat was that his council seat was left vacant.

The last few months have brought many changes to the Morgan City Council.  The resignation of Mayor Jim Egbert resulted in bringing Morgan City their new mayor, Ray Little.  The domino effect of Little’s appointment to the mayoral seat was that his council seat was left vacant.

May 11, 2014

Birkeland, Hone eliminated from state races

Birkeland, Hone eliminated from state races
Following last weekend’s State Republican Party Convention, two local residents won’t be proceeding onto the November ballot for state offices.

May 2, 2014

Within the matter of a couple of minutes, Morgan City gained a new mayor and lost a long-time councilmember.

Within the matter of a couple of minutes, Morgan City gained a new mayor and lost a long-time councilmember.

May 1, 2014

A standing-room-only crowd seemingly agreed that now is not the right time to incorporate Mountain Green.  Local government representatives also revealed that Snowbasin officials do not favor incorporation.

A standing-room-only crowd seemingly agreed that now is not the right time to incorporate Mountain Green.  Local government representatives also revealed that Snowbasin officials do not favor incorporation.

February 15, 2014

Holcim representatives, including Holcim Plant Manager David Fletcher, met with Morgan City Mayor Jim Egbert and City Councilwoman Shelly Betz to present a check to fund new restrooms at Riverside Park.  

Holcim representatives, including Holcim Plant Manager David Fletcher, met with Morgan City Mayor Jim Egbert and City Councilwoman Shelly Betz to present a check to fund new restrooms at Riverside Park.

February 1, 2014

In a larger community, an unassuming, gentle man like Duane Stock may have gone unnoticed, but a man such as this is celebrated in our small town.

In a larger community, an unassuming, gentle man like Duane Stock may have gone unnoticed, but a man such as this is celebrated in our small town.

January 25, 2014

Councilman Ray Little, Councilman Mike Kendell, Councilwoman Shelley Betz and Mayor Jim Egbert were sworn into office during the January 14 City Council meeting.  All were re-elected incumbents. 

Councilman Ray Little, Councilman Mike Kendell, Councilwoman Shelley Betz and Mayor Jim Egbert were sworn into office during the January 14 City Council meeting.  All were re-elected incumbents. 

January 12, 2014

Representatives from the city, county and school board recently re-evaluated their wish list for possible future grants, moving a bridge over the Weber River at the end of Young Street to the top of the list.  Restoration of the Weber River near the fairgrounds is second on the list, redevelopment of Como Springs is third, and Commercial Street building improvements is fourth.

Representatives from the city, county and school board recently re-evaluated their wish list for possible future grants, moving a bridge over the Weber River at the end of Young Street to the top of the list.  Restoration of the Weber River near the fairgrounds is second on the list, redevelopment of Como Springs is third, and Commercial Street building improvem

January 12, 2014

Weather has delayed the completion of the Morgan Valley Drive road construction project.  

Morgan Valley Drive construction project on hold
Weather has delayed the completion of the Morgan Valley Drive road construction project.  

December 28, 2013

City officials are so interested in bringing new businesses to town in an effort to boost economic development that they would consider offering tax incentives to anyone interested.

City officials are so interested in bringing new businesses to town in an effort to boost economic development that they would consider offering tax incentives to anyone interested.

November 28, 2013

Morgan City voters cast their ballots Tuesday to retain all incumbents on the Morgan City Council.  

Morgan City voters cast their ballots Tuesday to retain all incumbents on the Morgan City Council.  
Jim Egbert ran unopposed for another mayoral term, while councilman Mike Kendell ran unopposed for another two years on the city council.  Egbert received 337 votes and Kendell received 322.

November 9, 2013

Incumbent Shelly L. Betz is one of three candidates—including Jaden Ingle and incumbent Ray Little—running for two, four-year positions on the Morgan City Council.

Incumbent Shelly L. Betz is one of three candidates—including Jaden Ingle and incumbent Ray Little—running for two, four-year positions on the Morgan City Council.

November 9, 2013

Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) gave a speech at the Heritage Foundation on the way forward for conservatives and the need for a new conservative reform agenda.  

Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) gave a speech at the Heritage Foundation on the way forward for conservatives and the need for a new conservative reform agenda.  
The following are selected excerpts from the speech:

November 9, 2013

Ray W. Little brings much political experience to his campaign for a four-year position on the Morgan City Council.  He faces off candidates Jaden Ingle and incumbent Shelly Betz for one of two available seats in the Nov. 5 election.

Ray W. Little brings much political experience to his campaign for a four-year position on the Morgan City Council.  He faces off candidates Jaden Ingle and incumbent Shelly Betz for one of two available seats in the Nov. 5 election.

November 9, 2013

After four years in office, Morgan City Mayor Jim Egbert is running for his second term unopposed.

After four years in office, Morgan City Mayor Jim Egbert is running for his second term unopposed.

November 9, 2013

City Councilman Mike Kendell, originally appointed to his position in 2012, is running unopposed for election to another two-year term.

City Councilman Mike Kendell, originally appointed to his position in 2012, is running unopposed for election to another two-year term.

November 5, 2013

Jaden Ingle is a political newcomer taking on incumbents Shelly Betz and Ray Little for a four-year position on the Morgan City Council.
“I fully believe that it's time we have new ideas and new minds in our city government to help revive Morgan, and help it to grow to what it's fully capable of becoming,” said Ingle, 19. “I'm running for this position to try and help Morgan to grow, and to solve some issues the city is currently facing.”
Ingle would like to eliminate needless spending and keep utility costs at a reasonable range, which would in turn benefit business in the city “so that they can last for more than a year.”

Jaden Ingle is a political newcomer taking on incumbents Shelly Betz and Ray Little for a four-year position on the Morgan City Council.

October 14, 2013

This week the Morgan City Council approved providing access to a $642,000 no-interest loan from the USDA to the developer of a new hotel in Morgan City.  The developer has already obtained nearly $5 million in funding on their own.  This was the final step needed in the agreement with the city and the developer to facilitate the building of the hotel.  

This week the Morgan City Council approved providing access to a $642,000 no-interest loan from the USDA to the developer of a new hotel in Morgan City.  The developer has already obtained nearly $5 million in funding on their own.  This was the final step needed in the agreement with the city and the developer to facilitate the building of the hotel.  

October 14, 2013

The ping-pong on the recreation agreement between the county, school district and city continued this week as the city approved the recreation agreement, but struck the liability provision that has been the ongoing contention between the entities.  

The ping-pong on the recreation agreement between the county, school district and city continued this week as the city approved the recreation agreement, but struck the liability provision that has been the ongoing contention between the entities.  

October 14, 2013

In the Morgan City Council meeting this week, City Attorney Gary Crane reported that the State of Utah has established a canal safety commission and is considering taking action on canal safety.  After canal problems that have caused loss of property and life, the state is considering ways to improve safety, including potentially a water tax, a tax on new developments, or the state approving any new developments that take place next to the canals.

In the Morgan City Council meeting this week, City Attorney Gary Crane reported that the State of Utah has established a canal safety commission and is considering taking action on canal safety.  After canal problems that have caused loss of property and life, the state is considering ways to improve safety, including potentially a water tax, a tax on new develo

August 21, 2013

After exhausting every option available to them, the Morgan City Council approved a conditional use permit for the Alpha Counseling and Treatment center.

After exhausting every option available to them, the Morgan City Council approved a conditional use permit for the Alpha Counseling and Treatment center.

July 8, 2013

Concerned resident Lily Mecham wrote to Morgan City Mayor Jim Egbert about a danger she identified.  She worried about the Riverside Park playground and splash pad being so close to the river.  

Concerned resident Lily Mecham wrote to Morgan City Mayor Jim Egbert about a danger she identified.  She worried about the Riverside Park playground and splash pad being so close to the river.  

April 20, 2013

The city council approved Councilmember Betz's proposal that the city take responsibility for organizing the Fourth of July celebration in the county.  Betz informed the county that without some action by the city the Fourth of July celebration was in jeopardy.  

The city council approved Councilmember Betz's proposal that the city take responsibility for organizing the Fourth of July celebration in the county.  Betz informed the county that without some action by the city the Fourth of July celebration was in jeopardy.  

April 20, 2013

Those owning buildings in the commercial zoning districts of Morgan City will have to make sure their properties are in tip-top shape according to a new building maintenance ordinance amendment unanimously passed by the Morgan City Council.

Those owning buildings in the commercial zoning districts of Morgan City will have to make sure their properties are in tip-top shape according to a new building maintenance ordinance amendment unanimously passed by the Morgan City Council.

April 20, 2013

Delinquent tax payments benefit school district

Delinquent tax payments benefit school district
The Morgan County treasurer said those owing delinquent taxes in the Mountain Green area are starting to finally pay up after five years.

April 20, 2013

It was standing room only Tuesday when the Morgan City Planning Commission unanimously denied a conditional use permit for a residential group home.  More than 90 residents crowded the council chambers, where Alpha Counseling and Treatment presented plans for a group home for “disabled youth suffering from autism, Asperger’s syndrome and similar challenges” at 535 Derrick Circle.

It was standing room only Tuesday when the Morgan City Planning Commission unanimously denied a conditional use permit for a residential group home.  More than 90 residents crowded the council chambers, where Alpha Counseling and Treatment presented plans for a group home for “disabled youth suffering from autism, Asperger’s s

April 17, 2013

The Morgan City Council this week took action to save tax payers more than $800,000 in interest over the next fifteen years.  

The Morgan City Council this week took action to save tax payers more than $800,000 in interest over the next fifteen years.  

April 17, 2013

Those owning buildings in the commercial zoning districts of Morgan City will have to make sure their properties are in tip-top shape according to a new building maintenance ordinance amendment unanimously passed by the Morgan City Council.

Those owning buildings in the commercial zoning districts of Morgan City will have to make sure their properties are in tip-top shape according to a new building maintenance ordinance amendment unanimously passed by the Morgan City Council.

March 3, 2013

Morgan City is taking the next step to locate a hotel in its boundaries by writing a letter of intent to enter into a development agreement with Scott Somerville, president of Renascent Hospitality.

Morgan City is taking the next step to locate a hotel in its boundaries by writing a letter of intent to enter into a development agreement with Scott Somerville, president of Renascent Hospitality.
“The city is supportive of the project,” said Shelly Betz, Morgan City councilwoman.

March 3, 2013

Member of the Morgan City Council are not totally satisfied with recent recreation board interlocal agreement negotiations.

Member of the Morgan City Council are not totally satisfied with recent recreation board interlocal agreement negotiations.

February 21, 2013

When Morgan City and Morgan County came together last week to discuss the future of the ambulance department, fire protection, recreation department and 4th of July celebration, the debate centered on the effectiveness of interlocal agreements as well as the moral and legal ramifications of those agreements.

When Morgan City and Morgan County came together last week to discuss the future of the ambulance department, fire protection, recreation department and 4th of July celebration, the debate centered on the effectiveness of interlocal agreements as well as the moral and legal ramifications of those agreements.

January 5, 2013

Morgan City’s consultant is progressing on bringing a hotel to Morgan and is now concentrating on financing arrangements and which hotel chain best suits the area.

Morgan City’s consultant is progressing on bringing a hotel to Morgan and is now concentrating on financing arrangements and which hotel chain best suits the area.

January 4, 2013

Auditors gave Morgan City a clean bill of financial health during the fiscal year 2012 financial report.

Auditors gave Morgan City a clean bill of financial health during the fiscal year 2012 financial report.
Tax revenues increased $30,000 and sales tax increased $50,000 compared to the prior year.

November 24, 2012

In the wake of charges facing a local business owner, Morgan City is reviewing its business license application.

In the wake of charges facing a local business owner, Morgan City is reviewing its business license application.

July 18, 2012

Morgan City is the first recipient of a new award from the Utah National Guard.   Colonel Brown told the city, “I am so thankful to the city for what you have done in helping my family out with our utilities and just knowing that they were safe here in this small community.”

Morgan City is the first recipient of a new award from the Utah National Guard.   Colonel Brown told the city, “I am so thankful to the city for what you have done in helping my family out with our utilities and just knowing that they were safe here in this small community.”

July 18, 2012

The Morgan City Council voted to raise sewer, garbage and water rates for city residents.  The total increase will equal $2.20 more each month.

The Morgan City Council voted to raise sewer, garbage and water rates for city residents.  The total increase will equal $2.20 more each month.

July 18, 2012

New city council member Michael L. Kendell was sworn in on Tuesday at the city council meeting.  Kendall is replacing council member Lynn Mickelsen, who recently passed away.  

New city council member Michael L. Kendell was sworn in on Tuesday at the city council meeting.  Kendall is replacing council member Lynn Mickelsen, who recently passed away.  

July 18, 2012

The county will pay to immunize employees that deal with “blood situations” against Hepatitis B. 

County to pay for employee immunizations
The county will pay to immunize employees that deal with “blood situations” against Hepatitis B. 

July 18, 2012

On Tuesday, June 19, Shaka Laka handed out over 500 samples of sunblock and chapstick with a retail value of well over $1,000. A tent set up across the street from the post office on State Street hosted the event.  This half day of generosity was spurred by an appeal to residents to vote for their company to qualify to be eligible to receive a $250,000 grant from “Mission: Small Business.” The contest requires 250 votes to be eligible to receive one of 12 grants offered from Chase and Living Social.  According to their website, the company is “based on the mainland in Utah, but we are all about the island style, kickin’ back, and just having fun.”  They also note that their products are made in the USA “on Da Biggah Island of Utah”

On Tuesday, June 19, Shaka Laka handed out over 500 samples of sunblock and chapstick with a retail value of well over $1,000.

July 6, 2012

At a ceremony just after the flag raising on the fourth of July, individuals from various branches of government in the county gathered to reaffirm their commitment to supporting the families who have individuals serving in the armed services.  “We owe it to our veterans, we owe it to those who are serving our county and protecting us,” said Mayor Egbert.  

At a ceremony just after the flag raising on the fourth of July, individuals from various branches of government in the county gathered to reaffirm their commitment to supporting the families who have individuals serving in the armed services.  “We owe it to our veterans, we owe it to those who are serving our county and protecting us,” said Mayor Egbert.  

July 6, 2012

 
The Morgan City Council appointed their newest member Tuesday.
Among five residents who expressed interest in the seat left vacant after Lynn Mickelsen’s death, the council chose Michael L. Kendell to serve through 2014.   Julie Anderson, Stephen V. Gale, Holly Limb, and DeOrr Peterson were the other applicants.

The Morgan City Council appointed their newest member Tuesday.

July 6, 2012

After nearly two years of work, donations from many of Morgan’s businesses and residents, meetings, design, and planning, the splash pad is nearly complete.  The city just missed having the splash pad ready for the 4th of July celebrations, but is now just days away from having the project ready for use.

After nearly two years of work, donations from many of Morgan’s businesses and residents, meetings, design, and planning, the splash pad is nearly complete.  The city just missed having the splash pad ready for the 4th of July celebrations, but is now just days away from having the project ready for use.

June 5, 2012

Morgan City is short at least $814,000 in taxes owed to a special improvement district by Mount Joy, LLC, a local developer now involved in bankruptcy court proceedings.  Without payment, Morgan City officials may have to cut costs or reduce services to make a $103,000 bond payment June 1.  Developer Gray Jensen said things are in the works that could help the city make the payment.

June 5, 2012

Morgan City broke ground this week on the new splash pad.  It is expected to be completed by the end of June and will be available for use in time for the fourth of July celebration.  There will be no cost to use the splash pad.  

Morgan City broke ground this week on the new splash pad.  It is expected to be completed by the end of June and will be available for use in time for the fourth of July celebration.  There will be no cost to use the splash pad.  

May 5, 2012

Morgan city has received final approval for the construction of the splash pad.  They expect now to begin construction in May and have the facility ready for use this summer.  Sponsorship opportunities continue, however.  

Morgan city has received final approval for the construction of the splash pad.  They expect now to begin construction in May and have the facility ready for use this summer.  Sponsorship opportunities continue, however.  

April 28, 2012

 

Community Covenants Team

See City partners with military for better services for veterans and families on this page.

Community Covenants Team

See City partners with military for better services for veterans and families on this page.

Fourth of July Celebration – Connie Maughan – Christy Jacobson

April 28, 2012

The city heard from a n armed services representative on Tuesday in council meeting and appointed Mayor Egbert as the liason for the community covenants team.  This program, which was originally established by the secreatary of the Army for active duty personnel has been adopted by the Utah National Guard and expanded to provide information and services to all military personell and their families.  

April 28, 2012

Morgan City has engaged former Ogden Mayor Matthew Godfrey in a consulting contract to bring a hotel to the city.  The city council has been working for many years to entice a hotel to locate in the city with no results.  They recently completed a feasibility study for the area to help persuade developers to locate in the city.

Morgan City has engaged former Ogden Mayor Matthew Godfrey in a consulting contract to bring a hotel to the city.  The city council has been working for many years to entice a hotel to locate in the city with no results.  They recently completed a feasibility study for the area to help persuade developers to locate in the city.

January 16, 2012

Morgan City under Mayor Egbert’s leadership have set more positive goals in Morgan for 2012.  With a new year underway, Mayor Egbert and the city council is not one minute short of setting a standard of excellence and hope for progress in Morgan.

Morgan City under Mayor Egbert’s leadership have set more positive goals in Morgan for 2012.  With a new year underway, Mayor Egbert and the city council is not one minute short of setting a standard of excellence and hope for progress in Morgan.

December 29, 2011

Thursday Paul Simmons, Lead lineman for Morgan City Power received a call from Kaysville Power Department asking for assistance.  Morgan City Power Department responded immediately by sending Matt Stuart and Kent Kummer.  

 

November 19, 2011

In a close result separated by only 16 votes Lynn Mickelson was elected to the Morgan City council. Mickelson previously served on the council for many years. In an election for three council positions, with four candidates running, the following are the results: Cards cast: 315 Total votes cast: 907 (each voter could cast three votes)

 

In a close result separated by only 16 votes Lynn Mickelson was elected to the Morgan City council. Mickelson previously served on the council for many years. In an election for three council positions, with four candidates running, the following are the results: Cards cast: 315 Total votes cast: 907 (each voter could cast three votes)

November 9, 2011

In a close result separated by only 16 votes Lynn Mickelson was elected to the Morgan City council. Mickelson previously served on the council for many years. In an election for three council positions, with four candidates running, the following are the results: Cards cast: 315 Total votes cast: 907 ( each voter could cast three votes) 1. Tony London 289 votes (incumbent) 2. Jeff Wardell 264 votes (incumbent) 3. Fred Lynn Mickelson 183 votes 4. DeOrr Peterson 167 votes (incumbent) Write in votes: 4

In a close result separated by only 16 votes Lynn Mickelson was elected to the Morgan City council. Mickelson previously served on the council for many years. In an election for three council positions, with four candidates running, the following are the results: Cards cast: 315 Total votes cast: 907 ( each voter could cast three votes)

November 1, 2011

  Abbott and Nancy Mikesell of Morgan will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary, Wednesday, November 2. They will be honored at a private family dinner.

 

  Abbott and Nancy Mikesell of Morgan will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary, Wednesday, November 2. They will be honored at a private family dinner.

November 1, 2011

 

October 25, 2011

DATC

DATC is moving forward with the project to build the Entrprenuerial Center.  They expect to have the center open before the end of the year.  Bidders need to be onsite or pre-bid meeting on November 2.  Individuals interested in providing a bid  on the remodeling can contact the DATC.

 

October 25, 2011

November 1, 2011

Lynn Mickelson is running for Morgan City Council.  Mickelson has a long history of service in the city.  He was elected to the city council in 1988 and served for approximately twenty years.  Mickelson also worked in the Morgan City public works for four and a half years.

 

October 25, 2011

Jeff Wardell was appointed to the Morgan City Council on July 28, 2009 to fill the vacant seat left by the resignation of Dave Larsen after he moved to Mountain Green.  Wardell is a lifetime resident of Morgan.  He was born here and went to school here.  He married his high school sweetheart from Morgan and raised three daughters here.  He has deep roots in the community and a love for the City and County.  Wardell says, “It’s peaceful.  I love driving up to Morgan from the mouth of the canyon every evening … it’s beautiful.”

 

September 15, 2011

The city has reached their first milestone in raising money for the splash pad.  The initial target to ensure that there was sufficient support for the project was to raise $25,000.  They exceeded this number last week as the total amount raised moved above $30,000.  

 

September 12, 2011

Sister Shanae Wilkinson, daughter of Chris and Sandy Wilkinson is returning from Jamaica Kingston Mission, and will be speaking in the Enterprise Ward, Sept. 11, 2011 at 2:40 P.M.

Sister Shanae Wilkinson, daughter of Chris and Sandy Wilkinson is returning from Jamaica Kingston Mission, and will be speaking in the Enterprise Ward, Sept. 11, 2011 at 2:40 P.M.

June 30, 2011

 

Public Hearing Opening and Adjusting the Current Year Budget

John Lynn – Lynn asked a question about the city’s shortfall vs revenues that had previously been reported.  The council confirmed that they had made adjustments to cover the shortfall.

 

Public Hearing Opening and Adjusting the Current Year Budget

May 14, 2011

The Morgan City Council unveiled its 2011 budget in council meeting on Tuesday and it contained plans to eliminate the city Justice Court.  The city has had preliminary discussions with the county for them to provide this function.

 

May 14, 2011

The Morgan City Council unveiled its 2011 budget in council meeting on Tuesday and it contained plans to eliminate the city Justice Court.  The city has had preliminary discussions with the county for them to provide this function.

 

May 14, 2011

Mayor Egbert reported to the city council on Tuesday that the city is taking action to prepare for potential flooding.  The city contracted with Mecham Brothers to clean the canal near the home of Susan Ralston and also built a dike to try to keep her home from flooding.  The also have placed sand bags in other locations.

 

April 28, 2011

 

Emily Wilde and Chandler Weitzel presented to the Morgan City Council and requested that the city support the Morgan High School Cheerleaders by purchasing the placement of flags for the major holidays.  The city has supported this fund raiser in the past.  The council approved the donation unanimously and purchase the services from the cheerleaders for eight flags. 

 

March 26, 2011

Morgan City is continuing its unflagging support for businesses who are willing to invest in Commercial Street and help bring the street back to life.  The latest to step in and invest in Commercial Street is Morgan Physical Therapy.  The business purchased the old Variety Store and is now in process of remodeling the building for their use.  The city enticed the business, in part, by holding out the possibility of incentives.  

 

March 12, 2011

In a move to protect citizens from fraudulent solicitations, Morgan City adopted an update to the code governing solicitors.  “We have had a lot of complaints about solicitors,” said councilmember Shelly Betz.  

 

March 12, 2011

2011 Morgan County Sheriff’s Office reports the following activity for February 27 thru March 5, with a total of 125 calls:

 

2011 Morgan County Sheriff’s Office reports the following activity for February 27 thru March 5, with a total of 125 calls:

March 5, 2011

 

Member Jeff Wardell was absent

February 27, 2011

Morgan City Mayor received an award for the electrical department of the City. The award was given after the electrical team went 8000 hours with no accidents.

Morgan City Mayor received an award for the electrical department of the City. The award was given after the electrical team went 8000 hours with no accidents.

February 26, 2011

Brain Tumor Foundation – Ride for Kids Presentation
See Ride for Kids Thanks City and Sheriff’s Department on this page.
Sign Ordinance Amendment
The ordinance will change the required acreage for two signs.  The current requirement is 300 foot of frontage and a minimum of 3.5 acres.  The amendment was approved unanimously to change the requirement and eliminate the minimum number of acres required. 

Brain Tumor Foundation – Ride for Kids Presentation
See Ride for Kids Thanks City and Sheriff’s Department on this page.
Sign Ordinance Amendment

February 26, 2011

After long negotiations it appears that the DATC (the Davis Applied Technology Center) will be opening an entrepreneurial center in Morgan.  The DATC has a center already on its campus in Layton and have been working to establish a second location in Morgan.
The Center provides training and office space for businesses in the early stages of their development.  Businesses can lease office space in the center.  This lease will provide them office space as well as access to resources such as printers and other office equipment needed for start up businesses. 

After long negotiations it appears that the DATC (the Davis Applied Technology Center) will be opening an entrepreneurial center in Morgan.  The DATC has a center already on its campus in Layton and have been working to establish a second location in Morgan.

February 26, 2011

At the city council meeting on Tuesday night the Morgan City council acted to amend an ordinance passed in 2007 relating to the historic district in Morgan.  The historic district includes the business district section of Commercial Street as well as areas behind these businesses.

At the city council meeting on Tuesday night the Morgan City council acted to amend an ordinance passed in 2007 relating to the historic district in Morgan.  The historic district includes the business district section of Commercial Street as well as areas behind these businesses.

February 26, 2011

The leadership of the Utah Ride for Kids were present at the Morgan City Council meeting on Tuesday.  They presented a plaque and tee shirt to the city and the sheriff’s office as a token of their appreciation for the city and county’s continuing support of their annual fund raising event.
The Ride for Kids event occurs each August and is a motorcycle fund raiser ride that starts at This Is The Place Heritage Park, in Salt Lake, crosses over East Canyon and ends at Riverside Park in Morgan City. 

The leadership of the Utah Ride for Kids were present at the Morgan City Council meeting on Tuesday.  They presented a plaque and tee shirt to the city and the sheriff’s office as a token of their appreciation for the city and county’s continuing support of their annual fund raising event.

February 18, 2011

 

 Skyler Brian Prochnow, son of Brian and Cheryl Prochnow has been called to serve in the Madagascar, Antananarivo, Malagasy speaking mission, for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

February 18, 2011

 

Morgan City took action this week to close the gap on the budget shortfall the city is facing.  The city is working to address a situation where incoming revenues were $300,000 below expenditures.

 

Morgan City took action this week to close the gap on the budget shortfall the city is facing.  The city is working to address a situation where incoming revenues were $300,000 below expenditures.  

January 1, 2011

Public Hearing -Resoution 10-39 Adjustment to Budget
The city adjusted revenues down based on actual revenues for the year.  To balance the budget, the council reduced expenditures to compensate for lower revenues.

Public Hearing -Resoution 10-39 Adjustment to Budget
The city adjusted revenues down based on actual revenues for the year.  To balance the budget, the council reduced expenditures to compensate for lower revenues.  

Ordinance 10-08 - Intoxicating and Impairing Chemical Compounds
See Morgan City Passes “Spice” Ban on page 1

January 1, 2011

In the Morgan City council meeting on Tuesday the council passed an ordinance banning “synthetic cannabinoids.”  The substance has been given the street name of “spice”.  This follows similar bans by other cities like Ogden and Layton.  The Morgan ordinance is patterned after the Layton Ordinance.

In the Morgan City council meeting on Tuesday the council passed an ordinance banning “synthetic cannabinoids.”  The substance has been given the street name of “spice”.  This follows similar bans by other cities like Ogden and Layton.  The Morgan ordinance is patterned after the Layton Ordinance.

January 1, 2011

Story Five - About a Street to Come Alive

December 31, 2010

Extension of Barbara Anderson preliminary subdivision approval
Normally preliminary approval of subdivision expires at the end of a year. This approval has been extended once and a second extension has been requested. This extension will be for one year.

Extension of Barbara Anderson preliminary subdivision approval
Normally preliminary approval of subdivision expires at the end of a year. This approval has been extended once and a second extension has been requested. This extension will be for one year.
The council approved the subdivision extension unanimously.

October 16, 2010

Parker Dale Winchester has been called  to serve in the  Chicago, Illinois for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Parker Dale Winchester has been called  to serve in the  Chicago, Illinois for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Parker is the son of Colin and Rebecca Winchester, currently of Morgan. He will speak in the Clinton 5th ward on Sunday, October 17, at 11:00 a.m. He will enter  the Missionary Training Center on October 20, 2010.
 

September 25, 2010

Public Hearing for the 2010/11 budget, rate increase resolutions and 2010 property tax rate and revenue amounts.

Public Hearing for the 2010/11 budget, rate increase resolutions and 2010 property tax rate and revenue amounts.

September 25, 2010

Public Hearing and Resolution 10-22 – 2010 Property tax rates and revenue amounts
There were no public comments.  The resolution passed unanimously.
Public hearing – for the purpose of opening and adjusting 2009-1020 current year budget.

Public Hearing and Resolution 10-22 – 2010 Property tax rates and revenue amounts
There were no public comments.  The resolution passed unanimously.
Public hearing – for the purpose of opening and adjusting 2009-1020 current year budget.
There were no public comments.  The resolution passed unanimously.

September 25, 2010

In the Morgan City Council meeting on Tuesday, a public hearing was held for the 2010/2011 budgets.  There was light attendance by citizens,  however, changes that will affect each resident of the city.  In addition to the budget for the city that was discussed and approved, new rates were set for services from the city. 

In the Morgan City Council meeting on Tuesday, a public hearing was held for the 2010/2011 budgets.  There was light attendance by citizens,  however, changes that will affect each resident of the city.  In addition to the budget for the city that was discussed and approved, new rates were set for services from the city.  

September 19, 2010

Salt Lake City   The Utah Bankers Association has elected new officers and board members for 2010-2011.  The announcement was made at the conclusion of the association's Annual Convention in Sun Valley, Idaho. 

Salt Lake City   The Utah Bankers Association has elected new officers and board members for 2010-2011.  The announcement was made at the conclusion of the association's Annual Convention in Sun Valley, Idaho.  

September 19, 2010

Is the hot weather getting you down?  Are you looking for a way to cool off?  The Morgan City Council is working on a project to come to your rescue.  
The city has been exploring an upgrade and renovation to Riverside Park.  The city would like to replace the playground equipment, add sidewalks, and renovate the bathrooms.  The city is also exploring adding a splash pad.

Is the hot weather getting you down?  Are you looking for a way to cool off?  The Morgan City Council is working on a project to come to your rescue.  

September 19, 2010

The city council held an informational meeting with county residents on Tuesday to discuss the potential of a splash pad, improvements to the playground equipment, and other improvements at Riverside Park.

The city council held an informational meeting with county residents on Tuesday to discuss the potential of a splash pad, improvements to the playground equipment, and other improvements at Riverside Park.  The city council has been reviewing these items for the last few months and is now reaching out to citizens for comments before action is taken.

September 19, 2010

    At the council meeting on Tuesday night, the Clark family presented to the council about a proposal brought to them from UDOT (the Utah Department of Transportation).  UDOT has been working with the Clarks and Morgan City to arrange to trade land in the city’s industrial park to build a new facility to house the State’s road maintenance vehicles and supplies. 

September 19, 2010

Morgan City awarded the contract for street maintenance on Rose Drive to Wilkinson Construction at a special meeting on Monday afternoon.

Morgan City awarded the contract for street maintenance on Rose Drive to Wilkinson Construction at a special meeting on Monday afternoon.  The city received bids of $51,255 from Granite construction company, $57,974 from Staker/Parsons, $58,175 from Advanced Paving and Construction, $62,110.40 from Post Asphault, and $42,127 from Wilkinson.  

September 17, 2010

UAMPS (the organization from which the city of Morgan purchases electrical power) presented at the Morgan City Council meeting on Tuesday.  The subject of the presentation is a project underway with UAMPS to provide electrical power generated with renewable energy.

UAMPS (the organization from which the city of Morgan purchases electrical power) presented at the Morgan City Council meeting on Tuesday.  The subject of the presentation is a project underway with UAMPS to provide electrical power generated with renewable energy.

September 14, 2010

In a public hearing on Tuesday, with no public comment, the city made the final steps to approve at $101,000 road bond.  The city is bonding under the Build America Program made available from the Federal Economic Stimulus plan.  Under this plan the city can borrow at a discounted rate. 

In a public hearing on Tuesday, with no public comment, the city made the final steps to approve at $101,000 road bond.  The city is bonding under the Build America Program made available from the Federal Economic Stimulus plan.  Under this plan the city can borrow at a discounted rate.  

September 14, 2010

In the council meeting on Tuesday, the city updated the capital improvement plan.  The changes document the city’s intent for spending capital dollars.  When the city applies for grants it is often essential that the project be on the city’s plan to be considered.