Jordan resident and Mayor Mike Shaw has been selected to join an impressive group of people. Shaw joins the ranks of people that include Paul Sunder, Dick Ames, Willy Pauly, Jim Terwedo, Deb Pauly, Dr. Joe Pekarna, Gerald and Anna Sandey, Johanna Deusterman and John and Wanda Breimhorst, to name but a few. What do they all have in common? They were all selected as Jordan Commercial Club Honored Guests at one point in time.
After much debate, members of the Jordan City Council on Monday, April 20 approved a motion to move forward with a site plan for 115 Water Street, which will soon be the site of the Jordan History Center.
The older I get, the more things get piled on my plate. Afternoon track practices were replaced with meetings, Saturday swim meets were traded for weekend events, with me behind the camera. It can be easy to get lost in the hustle and bustle of the work week, family, children, church and friends. If you are not paying attention, life will pass you by.
Members of the Jordan Planning Commission on Tuesday, April 14 mulled over a few considerations, but a recommendation to limit impervious surfaces to 30 percent drew concern from Sherco Construction, the company that is building the Heritage Hills development in Jordan.