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In its April 11 meeting, the City Council:

- Honored Monan Brennan, 5, of Clearfield, with an award of bravery for helping to save his friend, Levi Johnson, from being mauled by a dog.

- Presented a Good Neighbor Award to Stan Earl for his efforts to have playground equipment installed at Holt Elementary School.

- Appointed Linda Cooper to a two-year term on the city's graffiti committee.

- Approved a beer license for Nijjar Food Mart, 321 E. 200 South.

- Set a public hearing to rezone 4.5 acres at 525 S. 200 South from agricultural to residential for April 25. A developer wants to put Heritage Meadows subdivision (15 lots) on the property.


At its April 18 meeting, the Kaysville City Council:

- Tabled for two weeks acting on its agreement with Davis High for joint use of the school's new auditorium. City and school district officials are still meeting and negotiating the agreement.

- Approved the rezone of one acre at 655 E. 100 South St., from R-1-8 to R-2W. The rezone was recommended by the city planning commission, and no opposition was voiced at a public hearing.

- Heard a presentation on plans for the annual Davis County Fair in August.

- Approved a plan by the Kaysville 12th Ward of the LDS Church to adopt a stretch of Crewtwood Road between 12th East Street and U.S. 89 for litter cleanup.

- Approved development plans for phases 3 and 4 of Shadybrook Hollow Subdivision.

- Tabled consideration of a request by Bowman's Market to vacate a portion of 500 North Street and to sell the store additional city land for expansion.