Thursday, May 28, 2020

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    Citizens to San Juan: ‘Let Moab have the tourists’

    Amidst a moratorium adopted by the San Juan County Commission that will end on Nov. 17, Spanish Valley residents are looking to get ahead of commercial developments, including lodging construction, in the southern part of the valley.

    SITLA neighbor would rather live by a dump

    Marlene Huckabay gazes out her window onto her back yard and an undeveloped parcel of land. Huckabay said she is not...

    A Love’s letter: Grand County Council asks company to cancel truck stop plan

    A miscommunication led to a reporting error in a story published June 13 regarding a joint Grand County Council and San Juan County Commission meeting held June 10.

    Is this a joke?

    Dear SITLA, How much of the $l,270,000 you will get if you sell your 13 acres at the corner...

    Grand, San Juan to meet June 10

    Growth along the boundary separating Grand and San Juan counties is one of several issues that have prompted a rare meeting between the counties’ governing boards.

    Some Sunny Acres residents don’t object to proposed truck stop

    Unregulated land use, not SITLA, the problem Construction crews install water lines at the corner of Sunny Acres...

    San Juan County pauses commercial development in south Spanish Valley

    SITLA, Love's not directly affected San Juan County Commissioner Kenneth Maryboy originally proposed a moratorium on commercial development...

    Company, SITLA get no love at truck stop hearing

    Residents call location 'unethical' Love’s representative Kym Van Dyke, left, and SITLA representative Bryan Torgerson address the audience on...

    Moratorium for south Spanish Valley stalls

    A bid by San Juan County Commission Chair Kenneth Maryboy to pause commercial development along Highway 191 in Spanish Valley, possibly impacting...

    Maryboy looking to pause commercial development along 191 in Spanish Valley

    Unclear whether Love's would be affected The red area on this map is the highway commercial zone, where...

    Love’s will comply with dark skies, other regs

    Public hearing scheduled for May 9 Love’s Travel Stop has agreed to abide by design requirements in light...

    Torgerson: Truck driver stereotypes ‘unfair’

    Police officials address public safety concerns Bryan Torgerson, a Resource Specialist for the Utah...

    PUBLIC NOTICE – BOARD OF TRUSTEES

    There is currently an opening on the Board of Trustees for the Thompson Special Service District, expiring December...

    CITY OF MOAB – PUBLIC HEARING – Proposed ORDINANCE 2020-07

    The City of Moab will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, June 9, 2020 at approximately 7:30 p.m....

    CITY OF MOAB – PUBLIC HEARING – Proposed Ordinance 2020-08

    The City of Moab will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, June 9, 2020 at approximately 7:30 p.m....

    DWR to conduct checkpoints to help prevent the spread of quagga mussels

    By state law, DWR officials are authorized to conduct administrative checkpoints on various roadways throughout the year to help prevent the spread of quagga mussels. These are different than mandatory inspection stations at bodies of water and other areas because all vehicles — not just those transporting watercraft — will be directed off the road.