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Animal Shelter Remodel to Make Room for More Cats

Apr 07, 2016 ● By Stacy Nielsen

In June 2015, the Sandy City Council passed an ordinance to eliminate the gas chamber from the Sandy Animal Shelter by the year’s end.

Study Shows Crashes Reduced by 40 Percent with New Safety Improvements

Apr 07, 2016 ● By Stacy Nielsen

Crash analyses are often completed prior to the design and construction of safety improvement projects.

Body Cameras Raise Concerns on Privacy and Total Costs

Mar 09, 2016 ● By Bryan Scott

A presentation given to Sandy City Council by Ken Wallentine, the vice president and senior legal adviser of Lexipol, about the effectiveness of body-worn cameras on police officers, the total cost of implementation and recurring costs, also raised privacy concerns once the video is captured.

Annual Awards Banquet Honors Civic Leaders and City Employees

Mar 09, 2016 ● By Bryan Scott

Sandy City held its annual Appreciation Awards Banquet honoring both civic leaders and city employees for their contribution to the city for 2015.

The Future Landscape of Sandy City

Mar 09, 2016 ● By Bryan Scott

It’s been almost four years since the adoption of the Sandy Civic Center Area 30 Year Development Plan

Birthday Music I Can Hear – 11 Birthday Freebies for Restaurants and Shopping

Mar 09, 2016 ● By Bryan Scott

Happy Birthday! “It’s scientifically proven that people who have more birthdays live longer.” “Age is just a number, in your case a really high one.”

Gov. Herbert Delivers Message on National Monuments to President Obama

Feb 22, 2016 ● By Rachel Hall

Gov. Herbert also hand­delivered a letter to President Obama today during White House meetings.

Gallup Confirms – Utah Residents Most Positive About State Economy

Feb 22, 2016 ● By Rachel Hall

Utahns describe economic conditions in the state as “excellent” and “getting better.”

Utah Farm Bureau Lists ‘Issues to Watch For in 2016’

Jan 27, 2016 ● By Rachel Hall

List includes priority areas for 2016 Utah legislative session.

Sandy Faces Potential Multi-Million Dollar Deficit by 2020

Jan 26, 2016 ● By Stacy Nielsen

Sandy City Council and administration are planning now for what can potentially be approximately a $2.8 million deficit by the year 2020.

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