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Mayor's Corner 02/25/15

Dear Friends:

A Greek philosopher named Heraclitus once said, “The only thing that is constant is change.”  At Richfield City, we’ve been going through a few “changes” lately.  We have several new employees in key positions, and I wanted to give you an update.

Many of you may have met our new Library Director, Blythe Ogilvie.  Blythe has a wealth of experience and a true passion for making our library a focal point of the community.  If you stop in and meet her, you’ll get a great dose of enthusiasm that’s contagious.  She replaces Patrick Bodily who accepted a great opportunity in his home state of Idaho.

Joe DeLucca is the new Golf Professional at our Cove View Golf Course.  Joe has worked in responsible leadership positions at several golf courses, and brings great new ideas to Richfield City.  Current golfers will love Joe, and we expect many new golfers of all ages with the programs he will lead.

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Mayor's Corner 02/18/15

Dear Friends:

Recently, you saw a picture of my dog, Dolly, getting her required shots in preparation to receiving her 2015 Richfield City dog license.  We are sponsoring a vaccination and licensing clinic on Monday, February 23rd from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. at the Richfield City Offices.   It’s a chance to take care of everything in one stop. 

In order to be fair, I’ve decided to propose that all cats in the city limits be licensed.  In order to identify cats for licensing, we are asking for volunteers. We need about ten volunteers on each city block to herd offending, non-licensed felines into a common coral. Then we’ll assign a volunteer to follow each cat to their place of residence, where the volunteer will argue with the resident about ownership. Since cats generally don’t recognize ownership, this might be a problem.  Dogs wag their tail and run into their owner’s door, but I guess cats are expected to protect the identity of their owners/feeders.

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Mayor's Corner 02/11/15

Dear Citizens:

One of the goals I had when elected, and still have, is to visit all the businesses in our city.  I want to thank them for taking the risk, working hard, and making all the other sacrifices required to provide the goods and services we enjoy.

The cost of doing business is ever increasing.  As new taxes and regulations go up and up, business profits often go down.  Many of our businesses operate on thin margins and struggle to meet all the demands associated with owning and operating a business.

The City strives to maintain a good business environment.  We provide police and fire protection.  We deliver clean water and take dirty water away.  We work hard to maintain safe roads and we offer recreation and other services not only for our residents, but visitors as well.

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Richfield City is selling RICHFIELDOPOLY GAMES.  These games are going for $25 each.  If you live out of town, we can ship them to you, but you will need to pay the postage as well as the $25.  This will make a great Christmas gift for your family members.  Please call us at (435) 896-6439 to arrange the purchase of a game, or come in to purchase one in person.

 

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 On June 17, 2014 the Richfield City Council passed the budget for the 2014/2015 fiscal year.  Following is a summary of the revenues and expenditures of the budget for the various funds of Richfield City.  If you have any questions about this information, please contact Mike Langston at 896-6439.

 

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