Clifton City clean-up set for May 18
By JEAN CARTER
After much discussion, a public hearing, and legal counsel, the Clifton City Council passed unanimously water ordinance 110D, as written.
Council waived the three-reading rule, saying they had gone over it several times prior to the meeting. According to city attorney Steve Fuller there is no public hearing required because there is no re-zoning or fee changes in the ordinance.
Council member Larry Palmer stated he is resigning effective after the regular May council meeting to leave on an LDS mission.
Council could either appoint a new member or wait until his position is up for election. Council accepted his resignation, with Mayor John Gailey praising Palmer for the service he has given during his time on the board. No decision on the replacement was made.
This story is sponsored by FCMC Dr. Larsen.
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