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Posted on: November 25, 2019

Public Information Officer LeeNichole Marett announces resignation

LeeNichole Marett

Roosevelt City Public Information Officer and Deputy Recorder LeeNichole Marett announced on Thursday, Nov. 21, that she will resign from her position effective in December.

During Marett’s time as Public Information Officer, the City improved it...

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Posted on: November 21, 2019

Roosevelt City appoints interim management team, starts process of hiring new city manager

At the Roosevelt City Council meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 19, the city began the process of replacing its administrative team.

City Manager Ryan Snow and Assistant City Manager/Finance Director John Zilles announced their resignations in October. To ensure a ...

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Posted on: October 30, 2019

Assistant City Manager John Zilles announces resignation

John and Nicole Zilles

Roosevelt Assistant City Manager and Finance Director John Zilles announced on Monday, Oct. 28, that he will resign from his position effective Nov. 16.

Zilles has served as the Assistant City Manager and Finance Director since 2015. In that time, Roosevel...

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Posted on: October 24, 2019

City Manager Ryan Snow tenders resignation

Snow Family Photo

Roosevelt City Manager Ryan Snow announced on Tuesday, Oct. 22, that he will resign from his position effective in January 

During the nearly five years that Snow has served as City Manager, Roosevelt City has improved in every measurable way. Und...

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Posted on: July 3, 2019

Strata Networks plants 48 trees at walking park

girls with planted tree

Employees from Strata Networks spent Saturday, June 29, beautifying the Roosevelt City walking path at Constitution Park. They donated labor, equipment, and supplies, and planted 48 trees along the south and west sides of the path.

This amazing service pro...

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Posted on: July 1, 2019

Highway construction will impact Roosevelt residents

UDOT Highway Construction

Roosevelt residents will be significantly impacted by highway construction beginning next month.

The Utah Department of Transportation will be an improving an 11-mile section of Highway 40 stretching from the intersection at W 2000 South in the Roosevelt i...

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