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Looking Back, Looking Forward by Linda Sosa

Posted by on Dec 26, 2018 in News | 0 comments

  This is the time of the year we reflect on the ending year and think about what is to come.  Looking in both directions I am filled with gratitude. Setting up the town is engaging, challenging, hard work, and has made me even more aware of the spirit of Bluff and how much larger than our town boundary this is. It includes our neighbors across the river, our visitors, and current and previous residents. People have been positive and supportive.  And involved. Everything from attending our meetings, keeping up with our minutes on the town website (townofbluff.org), to volunteering. People...

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Follow Up to Bruce Baird

Posted by on Dec 1, 2018 in News | 0 comments

Bruce, On behalf of the town and the town council, I wish to thank you for making the trip on behalf of your client to the town of Bluff’s public hearing. We do want to reiterate several community members’ invitations to your client to come to Bluff and experience the beauty of the landscape and the strong sense of community that we have. Should your client wish to accept, please let me know and you and our council can talk about both sides expectations. I will let you know when we are putting the vote on the town council agenda and, of course, the result of the vote. Ann K....

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Bluff Transfer Station Closure

Posted by on Nov 21, 2018 in News | 0 comments

THE BLUFF TRANSFER STATION IS NOW CLOSED AND WILL NOT REOPEN.  Council Members Jim Sayers and Linda Sosa attended the San Juan County Commissioners Meeting yesterday, November 20, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. Despite ongoing negotiations between Mayor Leppanen and Kelly Pehrson, liability coverage in place, and volunteers trained, the Commissioners unanimously voted to swap the land where the Bluff Transfer Station is located with the HITR Foundation.  Mayor Leppanen was informed by email yesterday that there was no reason to continue negotiations for a lease.   Thank you to Dudley Beck, Glenn Renner,...

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In Remembrance

Posted by on Nov 11, 2018 in News | 0 comments

  In remembrance of our armed forces and in appreciation of those who have passed and those who are still with us the Town Council of Bluff  

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Bluff Town Notices

Posted by on Nov 11, 2018 in News | 0 comments

Town Council Notices The Town of Bluff is now accepting Letters of Intent from interested persons for consideration to appointment to Bluff’s Planning and Zoning Commissions. The Letter of Intent should be addressed to Mayor Ann K. Leppanen and must be received by email (ann@townofblufforg), U.S. mail (P.O. Box 324, Bluff, Utah 84512), or hand delivered (Bluff Community Center, Office 1, 190 North 3rd East, Bluff, Utah 84512) by 5:00 p.m., November 14, 2018. A public hearing on Lyman Family Farm’s Petition to Disconnect from the Town of Bluff will be convened on Thursday, November 29, 2018...

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October Update from Brant Murray

Posted by on Oct 27, 2018 in News | 0 comments

Town of Bluff October 2018 Newsletter Town creation is an intensive process. The real world intersects with statutory requirements and things are going well. The Council has adopted Rules of Procedures, Conduct, and Procurements. The Mayor has had countless meetings with County, State, and Bluff folks. Bluff has joined the Utah League of Cities and Towns. (ULCT) The Mayor and Council are working on the County Interlocal Agreement. The Roads Committee met with UDOT at the Bluff Shed, and talked about partnerships available to small towns. The Council wrote a letter to San Juan County asking...

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