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County biz: AG should examine H.B. 224; airport races to finish runway; clerk seeks to start training Baird
The Grand County Council unanimously approved a letter April 18 asking the Utah Attorney General’s Office to determine the constitutionality of House Bill 224, which would force a change in Grand C...
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SJ county commission approves area plan
The San Juan County Commission unanimously approved the Spanish Valley Area Plan at their meeting April 17. The plan was developed through an extensive engagement process including stakeholder inte...
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Sky Ranch gets nod from San Juan planners
The San Juan County Planning Commission has approved amendments to phase one of Sky Ranch airstrip, a 30-lot development planned for Spanish Valley. The commission unanimously approved the changes ...
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Uncompliant nightly rentals could be charged $500 per day; Hawks takes issue
The county is revising what fees are assessed for a variety of code infractions, including short-term rental violations. The fees for having an out-of-compliance bed and breakfast or other overnigh...
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Developer seeks to lease land for affordable housing
Surplus Canadian units could be brought to Grand County

Wayne Aston has a plan and he wants Grand County’s help. An employment bust on the Canadian border recently created hundreds of manufactured housing units that now stand empty. Aston, the owner of ...
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Moab Police Department has added two new officers to its ranks now that they have graduated from the Utah Peace Officer Standards And Training Academy in Sandy. After 15 weeks of training, MPD officers Richard Cordero and Ryan Burraston have joined the department. Pictured above, from left: MPD Assistant Chief Bret Edge, Cordero, Burraston, officer Monty Risenhoover and MPD Chief Jim Winder.                           Courtesy photo
Moab Police Department has added two new officers to its ranks now that they have graduated from the Utah Peace Officer Standards And Training Academy in Sandy. After 15 weeks of training, MPD officers Richard Cordero and Ryan Burraston have joined the department. Pictured above, from left: MPD Assistant Chief Bret Edge, Cordero, Burraston, officer Monty Risenhoover and MPD Chief Jim Winder. Courtesy photo
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  • City waives market fees
    by Jacque Garcia
    The Times-Independent
    04.12.18 - 10:31 am
  • Lionsback lands in court, pact contested
    by Rose Egelhoff
    The Times-Independent
    04.12.18 - 10:28 am
  • Downtown plan: Parking crunch is top concern
    by Jacque Garcia
    The Times-Independent
    04.12.18 - 10:26 am
  • Moab rider to represent western U.S.
    by Greg Knight
    The Times-Independent
    04.12.18 - 10:20 am
  • City asks DWR to limit water allocations to Spanish Valley
    by Rose Egelhoff
    The Times-Independent
    04.12.18 - 10:18 am
  • City expands planning commision to seven
    by Rose Egelhoff
    The Times-Independent
    04.12.18 - 10:17 am
  • Candidates look to be shoe-ins for EMS board
    by Rose Egelhoff
    The Times-Independent
    04.05.18 - 11:05 am
  • Park toils to upgrade facilities
    by Rose Egelhoff
    The Times-Independent
    04.05.18 - 11:04 am
  • The end of an era: Moab Elks Lodge closes
    by Greg Knight
    The Times-Independent
    04.05.18 - 10:58 am

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