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Students Double Fun at Canyons District Film Festival

Nine-year-old Liam Morgan has read a director’s handbook several times, knows how to create a storyboard, has written scripts and has experience in creating movies.

Sandy Schools Jump for Heart, Health

Sandy’s top fundraising public school was back skipping rope on May 9 and May 11 to help the American Heart Association raise money to help people with heart disease and strokes.

Jordan Valley Students Engage in Music Assemblies

At Jordan Valley School, musical groups have come to perform and interact with the students. On May 10, No Limits played pop songs from the past four decades for the students. Charlie Jenkins was scheduled to perform country music on June 2.

Backyard Bambi to Stay, Urban Deer Removal on Hold in Sandy

Sandy City is not currently considering an urban deer removal program, despite the efforts of citizens for and against such a program in 2014 and the successful conclusion of two Division of Wildlife Resources pilot programs for viable removal methods in July 2015.

Sandy City Council Adopts Housing Option for Dimple Dell

The Sandy City Council voted to adopt a traditional layout housing option with higher than normal setbacks for the Dimple Dell Overlay Zone proposal. 

Sandy City Council Approves Changes to Business License Code

The Sandy City Council approved a change to city licensure, allowing the city departments, namely the police department, clearer means to deny a business license.

Eagle Scout Gives Sandy Police New K-9 Obstacles

Sandy City police’s K-9 unit replaced damaged K-9 agility obstacles with the new obstacles designed and built by soon-to-be Eagle Scout Austin Cole of Riverton City.

Sandy City Continues to Engage on the Evolving Issue of Short-Term Rentals

The Sandy City Council banned short-term rentals outright in residential zones in Sept. 1998 after the courts ruled the city code at the time didn’t explicitly give the city powers to do so earlier that year.

Postal Worker Retires After Over 40 Years

After over 40 years, Lance McRae is retiring from the working at the Sandy post office.

City Council kills DDOZ, elects new chairman

Sandy City Council nixed the Dimple Dell Overlay Zone, approved the Boulder Ventures rezone application and approved a Century Link franchise agreement.



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