Happy New year and as we enter 2020, I would like to sincerely thank Councilwoman Mary Bingham and Councilmen Dave Lee for their sometimes thankless service to our wonderful town. Being a city councilmember is a difficult job and I value their service and commitment to our community. I would also like to welcome our new Honeyville City Council members. Please join me on Wednesday, Jan. 8 at 7 p.m., where Councilwoman Sharon Lorimer, and Councilmen Dale Millsap and Trevor Gardner will take the oath of office at Honeyville City Hall. All are welcome to attend. I am positive that they will make a great addition, and can’t wait to see what they can accomplish.

The new year also means all business licenses and dog licenses need to be renewed, so if you haven’t renewed them it is time to get it done. Honeyville business licenses are $25. Dog licenses are as follows: altered dogs are $8 and unaltered dogs are $13. The price doubles after March 31, so get it done, a licensed dog is a happy dog. Honeyville City has seen an increase in complains about dogs running at large and dog bits, and the city has an ordinance that requires you to not only license your dog, but keep them on a leash or contained. Let’s make this the best year ever — zero dog bites.

Honeyville will be having a public gathering at to obtain signatures against the “Tax Referendum” at Honeyville City Hall, located 2625 W. 6980 N. from 6-8 p.m. Referendum petitions will be available.

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