FARR WEST -- Councilman Michael Lunt, whose term is ending, had advice for the council members in the coming year.
He suggests they follow up with the city's Emergency Preparedness Program and work with the sheriff's office on updating it so that, should there be an emergency in the city, residents and staff would know where to go and what to do.
Lunt also said it is important for the council to continue to work with adjoining cities and Weber Pathways on trail planning and trail connections with surrounding cities.
One last suggestion Lunt made was to correct the information on a monument put up by the city that states it was where two transcontinental trains met. He said it was actually where the tracks for the transcontinental trains met.