Kent Parry (Incumbent) — I would like to see the following things accomplished:
· Completion of water treatment facility and long-term solution to PCE issues
· Commencement of commercial and retail development in the Legacy Gateway CDA on 500 West and Redwood Road, including a grocery store
· Expanding bicycle and safe walking paths, notably along 1100 West and 2600 South
· Resolve long-term fire department needs: staffing levels, apparatus replacement, bond repayment, station house renovations
· Provide for future recreation needs of the recreation district with land acquired for playing fields and expanded activities
· Expand access to city meetings via on-line streaming.
I’ve been married to Susie Earnshaw for 38 years, we have two children, Josh and Makelle and are blessed with 2 grandchildren. I’ve lived in Woods Cross all my life and know and love this City. My service includes Church, Scouting, Coaching, Planning Commission and City Council. I organized the Memorial Day Celebration that has united Woods Cross for the last 18 years. I offer leadership and experience based on accessibility and accountability to the citizens of Woods Cross. I am committed to making sure that we continue to have a safe, united and family friendly community. I would appreciate your vote on November 5th.
City council race
Tamra Dayley (Incumbent) — I am seeking to continue as your voice on the City Council. This past term, as a member of the city council, we have weathered the storms of the past economic down turn and prepared for the future by building the new city water reservoir, and are currently building a water treatment facility. I am committed to insuring that each issue, with its varied solutions, is given thoughtful consideration before a decision is made.
The most important issues are: (1) the development of the Legacy gateway to the city and (2) the efficient and effective use of your tax dollars for the city’s core responsibility of public safety, clean water, waste management and public parks for quality of life.
Ryan Larsen — Using his experiences running a small business - Four Pillar Fitness in Bountiful, and as a Realtor with Foundations Real Estate, Ryan has acquired unique skills that make him a perfect fit for a City Council position. Along with his wife Tina, and two daughters, Ryan has chosen to make his home in Argyle Acres. Ryan wishes to apply his passions and energy into promoting smart growth and maintaining good quality of life, striving to make government even more open and accessible, increasing public involvement and helping Woods Cross City to continually be fiscally responsible.
Ryan Westergard (Incumbent)— If re-elected, I will continue to: (1) be a voice for all citizens of Woods Cross, (2) listen carefully to all sides of an issue before making a decision, (3) create and maintain a balanced budget, (4) guide the development around the Legacy Parkway/500 South interchange, which will help attract new businesses, keep our taxes low, and provide a place to shop and do business within our own community, (5) work hard to improve air quality, protect water quality, and preserve open space, and (6) help Woods Cross be a great place to live and raise a family.