The happy news for American Fork in this Daily Herald article, “Expanding northern Utah County cities thirst for new water sources,” is that American Fork is among the cities described as having “long-established, reliable sources for water.”
Month: December 2015
- AF City Council Interviews: My Own Reflectionsby David RodebackDavid Rodeback's reflections on American Fork City Council interviews -- trust, civic engagement, candidates with agendas, and more.
- AF City Council Interviews: Miscellaneous Concerns, What They’re Proud Of, and Favorite Restaurantsby David RodebackIn my one-on-one interviews I asked members of the American Fork City Council what concerns they hear from residents. Interviews take different directions, but I also asked most of them, “If your term ended tomorrow, what have you done or accomplished of which you’re proudest?” In some cases, they disclaimed any personal credit and described […]
- AF City Council Interviews: Good Candidates and the Workloadby David RodebackMembers of the American Fork City Council discuss the workload of council members and what they look for in candidates for city council.
- AF City Council Interviews: Growth and Its Challenges (Including Development)by David RodebackWhat members of the American Fork City Council said about the challenges of growth, how the City works with developers, and promoting civic engagement in new neighborhoods.
- AF City Council Interviews: City Finances and Inflationby David RodebackMembers of the American Fork City Council respond to questions about City finances and grappling with inflation.
David, thank you for another stellar round of posts. I really appreciate and enjoy your reporting and insights. Looking forward…
I like Mike! A good man, doing good things and if it ain’t boke, don’t change the Sheriff. He has…
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Thank you for posting the audio in easy, well-organized formats for me to catch up on and educate myself about…
You're welcome! Thanks for your kind words and for adding your own view.