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City to lower speed limit to 20 mph on some streets in town
Spring is in the air and so is the rumble of ATVs. At last week’s regular meeting, the Moab City Council considered how to deal with numerous complaints from residents about the noise from ATVs (al...
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Council interviews top police chief candidate
Second candidate to be interviewed at April 25 public meeting

The Moab City Council held a public interview with one of the top candidates for the city’s police chief job during a special meeting on Monday, April 17. The candidate, Ken Carpenter, is the curre...
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Neighbors contest legality of proposed plan to subdivide, build duplexes on 0.55-acre residential lot on Rosalie Court
Several neighbors attended the April 13 Moab City Planning Commission meeting to object to a proposal to subdivide a single-home residential lot on Rosalie Court to make room for three duplexes. Th...
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County council discussion focuses on allowed uses for transient room taxes
To dispel some concerns and confusion, the Grand County Council re-opened a discussion this week regarding the legal uses of transient room tax (TRT), which raises millions in local revenue each ye...
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BLM to honor William Grandstaff by replacing vandalized trailhead signs
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Moab Field Office will be replacing signs that were stolen last fall at the Grandstaff Trailhead. BLM officials said that while viewpoints differ regarding the b...
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Moab Mayor Dave Sakrison (left) Jed Taylor, Grand County Sheriff Steve White, Sherilyn Sowell, Vance Anderson, Joel Redd and David Everitt participate in the “Pinwheels for Prevention” event at the Grand County Courthouse on Tuesday, April 4. Sponsored by the Grand County Family Resource Center and Grand County Prevent Child Abuse, the pinwheels are planted during Prevention of Child Abuse Month in recognition of children who have been abused. 
                         Photo by Tom Taylor
Moab Mayor Dave Sakrison (left) Jed Taylor, Grand County Sheriff Steve White, Sherilyn Sowell, Vance Anderson, Joel Redd and David Everitt participate in the “Pinwheels for Prevention” event at the Grand County Courthouse on Tuesday, April 4. Sponsored by the Grand County Family Resource Center and Grand County Prevent Child Abuse, the pinwheels are planted during Prevention of Child Abuse Month in recognition of children who have been abused. Photo by Tom Taylor
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  • City council approves 20 percent sewer rate hike
    by Rose Egelhoff
    The Times-Independent
    04.13.17 - 09:39 am
  • Former Moab police officer faces charges in separate court cases
    by Molly Marcello
    The Times-Independent
    04.13.17 - 09:37 am
  • Court complaint challenges city’s latest decision on Lionsback
    by Lisa J. Church and Molly Marcello
    The Times-Independent
    04.06.17 - 09:30 am
  • 51st annual Easter Jeep Safari kicks off April 8
    by Jeff Richards
    The Times-Independent
    04.06.17 - 09:48 am
  • County approves new definitions to aid with code enforcement
    by Molly Marcello
    The Times-Independent
    04.06.17 - 09:43 am
  • City, county honor local AmeriCorps volunteers
    by Molly Marcello
    The Times-Independent
    04.06.17 - 09:41 am
  • KZMU celebrates 25 years of bringing community radio to Moab
    by Rose Egelhoff
    The Times-Independent
    03.30.17 - 09:41 am

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