Recently, a good resident of Roy witnessed the destruction of a soccer goal stand in Emma Russell Park, posted a picture of the event on a popular social media site, and questioned the behavior of those individuals. Her effort is helping us address that problem. Those stands are not owned by the city but rather the AYSO Soccer organization, which leaves that organization in a tough financial spot. Over the last few months, Roy City has seen several public restrooms deliberately damaged, leaving us no choice but to repair at taxpayer expense. This is unacceptable! Cameras are now being installed to help address these issues, but we need your help. See something, say something!
Council member Bryon Saxton has decided not to run for re-election. No one can question where Bryon’s heart and soul is when it comes to Roy City. As a councilmember and retired newspaper reporter, he relished listening to the residents and serving them. He has a real passion in keeping us aware of important issues and business developments. Although he will leave office in January, his influence will be seen and appreciated for years to come. Please, take a moment when you see Bryon to say thank you. He certainly earned it.
We are inviting you to consider applying for an Ogden-Weber Technical College free scholarship, worth up to $1,000. The college offers certificates in over 30 employment categories. You must be 18 years or older. One resident will be selected. Please contact Morgan at 801-774-1021 immediately if interested.
Remember to vote on November 2nd. Your voice is your vote!
Be safe and keep your family safe.
Mayor Robert Dandoy