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- Authorized $300,000 for water improvement projects this year, including new water lines and the addition of a new well, which will meet additional culinary-water demand. The new lines will increase water pressure, improving fire protection.

- Approved purchase of a telemetry computer system to control the city's water system. The $64,000 system will be in City Hall and will control all pumps in conjunction with the city's new reservoir.

- Harry Rodabrough was named to replace the late Judge Robert T. Matheson in the Justice Court of Wood Cross City. Mayor Carl M. Johnson presented a plaque honoring Matheson to his widow.

- April 13-20 was designated as a special city cleanup week. Residents can arrange with the city on April 12 to have heavy items, such as old water heaters, picked up.

- Agreed to comply with restrictions for culinary water use this spring and summer. Residents will be asked to only use culinary water for irrigation two times a week, three hours a day, on days to be arranged later.

- Authorized Jones and Associates to prepare a master storm-drain plan for the city.

North Salt Lake

- Announced plans for a new golf course, to be constructed on 465 acres, east of Gary Way. The land is in an unincorporated section of Davis County, in the Wood estate. There also would be some residential development around the golf course. A public hearing will be held at 7 p.m. on April 2.

- Heard a proposal from the Public Works Department to widen portions of Orchard Drive. The cost would be $3.1 million, mostly from federal funding. The city would be responsible for about $330,000. Construction probably would not being until 1997.

- The city is continuing with its plan to print a new business promotional brochure, highlighting the city's business climate.

West Bountiful

- The city has a special cleanup under way until March 15. Residents are encouraged to place oversize items in the large garbage bins in the city park, 560 W. 1600 North. These items can be either burnable or non-burnable. Residents also can dump garbage free at the county's landfill, March 15-31.