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Category Archives: Rural Planning

Longtime Juab County Planner Glenn Greenhalgh Passes Away

Glenn William Greenhalgh took his last motorcycle ride on Monday, July 5, 2021 at the age of 71. Glenn was born on January 31, 1950 to Clarence “Pete” and Janet Bailey Greenhalgh of Nephi, Utah, the second of 3 children. He graduated from Juab High School and Utah Technical College. On July 25, 1969, Glenn married […]

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Breaking Down Silos: The Inception of the Utah Rural Coordinating Council

The term “breaking down silos” has been around for a while now, but what does that actually look like? Are we building tin can telephones from silo to silo? Using sledgehammers and pickaxes to construct tunnels?

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Sustainable land use practices guide development and preserve what makes our communities unique while protecting public health, safety, and welfare for generations to come.

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Fun and Informative Cache County Planner Tour

Thanks to all those who participated in the Cache County Tour. Tour of Cache Event Details Cache Countywide Planning  lead a “Tour of Utah” on Thursday August 27th, Tour Guides: Cache Countywide Planner – Tayler Jensen Cache County Development Services Director – Chris Harrild Tour Stops: The Springs at Logan – Affordable Housing Development Mendon […]

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The Importance of Sense of Place in our Communities

Being a practicing planner has ruined me for the kind of travel that is enjoyed by the great unwashed.

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