for a video of the candidates from the "Meet the Candidates Night" held on October 12, 2017.
|Jake Hoyt - 4 year-term City Council
It would be an honor to continue to serve the great city of Lindon.
Russell Stay - 4 year-term City Council- Officially Withdrawn from race 10/10/17
It is no wonder that Lindon is recognized as one of the most desirable cities in all of Utah. Our city is simply wonderful but there is always room for improvement.
We must create long range solutions to our city’s budget challenges. We need to preserve the safer slower pace reflected by the residential sections of our city (“little bit of country”) while facilitating the survival and growth of our local businesses. A cautious sensible approach can achieve both. I do not generally believe in selling scarce assets to solve immediate budget needs. I prefer renewable revenue solutions that come from encouraging the right kind of commercial activities that will increase our tax base in perpetuity.
I believe we must treat all city employees in ways that will continue to encourage them to do all they can to best serve our citizens.
I know that through careful and balanced methods, we can solve the needs of the future without sacrificing our heritage. We need members of the city council who listen and represent each of you. I commit to be that for each of you. It will be an honor to serve you - the residents of Lindon.
|Van Broderick - 4 year-term City Council
|Desiree Green - 4 year-term City Council
|Dustin Sweeten - 2 year-term City Council
|Daril Magleby - 2 year-term City Council
I grew up in the small town of Monroe, Utah. You had to travel several miles of dirt roads just to get to my home on the farm. I value the "little bit of country" that we all enjoy here, but realize the need for successful businesses to contribute to our tax base. We can achieve balance and moderation in all things, if we focus on what is most important for each of us.
Being self employed, and mostly retired, I have sufficient time to contribute to the concerns of Lindon City. I have learned to listen to people in many facets of my career and volunteer positions in my community. Great decisions can be made when you take the time necessary to evaluate how it will impact our citizens now, and how our posterity will be blessed for those decisions in the future. I would love to be an active voice for each of you. Your support would be greatly appreciated.