Garland (Utah) Council minutes
These records are housed in the Utah State Archives' permanent storage room.
Scope and Content
The minutes of the Garland City town board summarize the meetings held by the town's governing body. The board consists of a president (mayor), and five trustees or board members. It is responsible for exercising the community's legislative and executive powers (see Utah Code Unannotated, 1991, 10-3-101). The board is responsible for appointing town officers, and levying and passing city ordinances. The Garland town board met monthly, at first, and then twice a month, to carry out these responsibilities and to discuss community affairs. Matters relating to waterworks and sewer systems dominated the discussion for decades. The minutes document appointments for town offices and the board's discussion of problems, which came up, such as liquor dealers disobeying town ordinances and peddlers selling goods without a license. The board planned new developments such as establishing a park, baseball field, and race course. They discussed building permits, business licenses, and the maintenance of town property such as the library and the roads. Through the years the board approved things like Boy Scout service projects or community events in the park, such as the Wheat and Beet Days Festival. In 1911, Garland City spent $400 to buy a chemical engine with double tanks to fight fires. In 1994 they approved the ordinance to define the number of animals allowed per acre in agriculture zoned property and to change the definition used in the zoning of Garland city.
February 21, 1978, and June 21, 1979, are not in chronological order in the minutes.
This series is classified as Public.
Cite the Utah State Archives and Records Service, the creating agency name, the series title, and the series number.
Gaps in Series
January 1970 through June 1975.
The Garland town board minutes were microfilmed by the Utah State Archives in February 1992 and November 2000. They were archivally processed by Julie Parker Barta in August 2009.
- Municipal government--Records and correspondence.
|1||1||Book 1 (1908-1911)||1908 Jan 6-1911 Dec 12|
|1||1||Book 2 (1912-1918)||1912 Jan 2-1918 Mar 6|
|1||1||Book 3 (1918-1926)||1918 Mar 19-1926 Nov 16|
|1||2||Book 4 (1926-1935)||1926 Dec 7-1928 Jul 16|
|2||2||Book 4 (1926-1935)||1928 Aug 6-1935 Oct 21|
|2||2||Book 5 (1935-1939)||1935 Nov 4-1939 Dec 18|
|2||2||Book 6 (1940-1947)||1940 Jan 2-1947 May 19|
|2||3||Book 7 (1947-1952)||1947 Jun 3-1948 May 3|
|3||3||Book 7 (1947-1952)||1948 May 3-1952 Apr 21|
|3||3||Book 8 (1952-1957)||1952 Jan 7-1957 Dec 16|
|3||3||Book 9 (1958-1959)||1958 Jan 6-1959 Nov 16|
|4||1960 Jan 18-1979 Dec 18|
|5||1980 Nov 8-1991 Dec 23|
|6||1992 Jan 7-1999 Jun 15|
Page Last Updated October 18, 2012.