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Garland council passes 2011-12 budget

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Though the issues with the Bear River are still at the forefront of Garland City Council members, the highlight at Wednesday’s city council meeting was the budget.  In all, 15 resolutions and two ordinances were passed. One of the ordinances that passed was to set the planning and zoning commission meeting to the week... »

Garland vigilantly watching the Bear River

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Winter runoff from Logan Canyon is still a concern for Garland Mayor Arlon Bennett, but he is hopeful that the Bear River has peaked and the highest of the spring melt is behind Garland now “The is down 18 inches . Blacksmith Fork is no longer on the ... »

Emergency drill educates Garland/local officials

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The Garland Fire Chief reported to Garland City Council Wednesday that the emergency drill at the high school earlier in the afternoon went smoothly, with 56 high school students being evacuated to the hospital in just over an hour.  Emergency responders from Garland and Tremonton, as well as federal officials, participated and Menlove stated... »

Youth soccer could come to Garland’s parks

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Garland City Council listened Wednesday to a proposal for the city to sponsor a soccer and t-ball program in which children from Fielding and Riverside, as well as Garland can participate.  Because the discussion came too late for a spring program this year, the council asked that the group research its options and present... »

Garland council approves 700 foot water line

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Garland City Council approved a 700 foot 8-inch water line, which will run to the Ashby Subdivision near Canal Road, at its Wednesday night meeting.   The line will need to be completed before the spring, when the water is in the canals, Mayor Arlon Bennett said. The new subdivision will need the 8-inch, instead... »

Garland Hears Report on Date Violence

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Approximately 384 women sought refuge from date violence at the Box Elder County women’s shelter from July 1 through Dec. 31.  Twenty-one of these were age 13- 15 shelter workers announced at the Garland City Council Meeting Wednesday night. Two women’s shelter employees shined some light on what they said is not a family... »

Audit shows a financially healthy Garland

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Garland City’s 2009-10 financial report was glowing, showing that the cost cuts put in place by the previous administration worked.  Cuts in the parks and cemetery, roads and administration categories benefitted the bottom line, Wiggins and Company P.C. of Brigham City reported at the city’s council meeting Wednesday night. The auditors also offered management... »

Committee tackles Garland address problems

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The Garland City Planning and Zoning Committee is working to fix address discrepancies within the city’s limits. The group has identified all of the problem addresses and will soon be taking the next step to correct the problem, city planner Marty Hiles announced at the Garland City Council Thursday. “We’ve identified every house with... »

Garland “Spice” ordinance takes effect Oct. 27

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The Garland City Council unanimously passed a new ordinance yesterday prohibiting the possession, use and sell of the chemical known as “Spice.” The ordinance goes into affect next Wednesday with its first publication in the Oct. 27 issue of the Leader. Mayor Arlon Bennett said that the council has been working closely with the... »

Garland Examines Building in Flood Areas

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With building in Garland slowed down at present, the city council is looking into identifying flood zones within the city and developing criteria for development in such areas. This is a step that will hopefully allow residents to qualify for future flood insurance. The group determined at its council Wednesday that members will research... »

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