Farr West

Agreements, Budgets, and Approvals

After several months of consideration, the Council approved the Interlocal Agreement for Animal Control Services with Weber County, despite the concern expressed by Farr West City (FWC) Council Member (CM) Tim Shupe, who said, “The fees are based on the results of the census and service calls… fees are not… specifically identified in the contract.”  He continued, there is a “formula in which the fees are calculated… added as appendix to contract.”  CM Shupe met with Animal Control Services and noted “pick-ups have been decreasing,” and that they “pick-up rats, chickens, rabbits, ferrets and

Attention: Pleasant View and Farr West Citizens!

Taken from the Public Notice:
"Farr West City and Pleasant View City will host a public visioning meeting on August 30th at 6 p.m. in the Pleasant View City Building to consider various alternative land use scenarios for the 2700 North corridor from approximately 2000 West to 1000 West. Property owners, business owners, realtors, and interested citizens are invited to attend this interactive meeting leading to potential policy changes in both communities concerning future land use in the corridor.

Your input, feedback, and attendance would be most appreciated."

Parents Take Charge of Child Education


“Creating the great thinkers of the 21st Century”

Republican Primary Forces Choice for N. Weber – S. Box Elder

When the re-districting ended in the Legislature, newly aligned House District 29 became a straddle district – being almost evenly split between South Box-Elder and Northwest Weber Counties as far as population and geography.   The new district pits incumbent Representative Brad Galvez against incumbent Representative Lee Perry.

Dan Lijenquist was Preserved in Plane Crash

Dan Liljenquist was preserved in Plane Crash

Dan Liljenquist Preserved in Plane Crash

By Jim Mackley

Weber High School Honor Roll 2011-12 4th Quarter

10th Grade Highest Honor Roll (4.0)

Block Grants are Unconstitutional and Unfunded Mandates

Block Grants Unconstitutional, Councilman Says An Example of not Heeding the Vertical Separation of Power

Weber County News

Weber County has held several meetings and 3 public hearings to consider its 2010 budget. The budget plan as of December 1st, 2009 was for approximately 55 million dollars. The budget is essentially planned to remain the same as for 2009.

The County Commissioners authorized a $3,000 payment to Utah State University for a graduate study conducted by Mr. Hearst, a graduate student who evaluated population growth in Ogden Valley. The purpose was to see where growth can happen in regards to zoning, and as a zoning tool to update the Master Plan.

Farr West City Council Meeting, 2 Dec. 2009

The council meeting started promptly at 7:00PM. Mayor Jimmie Papageorge presided, and three council members were present: Michael Lunt, Timothy Shupe and Z. Lee Dickamore. Not attending were Dale Chugg and Ava L. Painter. The meeting had the feel of a friendly, small town community with Mayor Papageorge shaking hands with people, taking advantage of his 10 minute early arrival. Some 25 to 30 people were in attendance. Mayor Papageorge has just been re-elected and is going into to his eighteenth year as the chief city official.


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