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City Council Amends Land from Low Density to Medium Density

Morgan City Planning Commission approached the City Council with a unanimous decision to amend the zoning and density levels of a portion of land...

Bid Awarded for Waterline Project

Morgan City Council heard bids opened for a new waterline project in Morgan City at 150 North, resolution 18-40. After hearing several bids for...

Rezone Proposal Postponed at County Council

A request was made to rezone a 9-acre piece of land in Mountain Green near Old Highway Road, immediately adjacent to the Mountain Green...

First Meet the Candidates Night a Success

Last Thursday night Morgan Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a meet the candidates night for community members to come and hear platforms and views...

Prescott Earns Road Master Certification

By Courtney Bergman | Staff Writer With spring on the horizon, residents of Utah also know that very soon road construction will begin, from pothole...

Council moves forward with putting RAMP tax on ballot

The crowded November ballot just got more crowded.  The newest addition: a Morgan County RAMP tax.  Voters will have to decide whether or not...

Morgan City Mayor and councilmembers take oath of office

Prior to the Jan. 9 Morgan City Council meeting, newly re-elected Mayor Ray Little was sworn in to office. Also taking the oath of ...

Morgan plans switch from sewer lagoons to mechanical system

As part of a two-phase plan, Morgan City officials have agreed to take on a $2.8 million bond to fund the first phase of...

Meeting Schedule for the Morgan City Planning Commission

MEETING SCHEDULE FOR MORGAN CITY PLANNING COMMISSION 2018 January 16th, February 20th , March 20th, April 17th, May 15th, June 19th, July 17th, August 21st,...

Morgan City begins public comment period on $2.8 mil sewer bond

At a Dec. 12 Morgan City Council meeting, it was announced that sewer funding had been approved through the State of Utah. Morgan City...