Executive Document

Governor's Proclamation Constituting Sandy City as a City of the First Class.

Issued: August 12, 1999


PROCLAMATION

WHEREAS, Section 10-2-302, Utah Code Annotated, 1953, as amended, provides as follows:

"10-2-302. Change of Class.

(1) Whenever any city of the second class shall have attained the population of 100,000 or more, or any city of the third class shall have attained a population of 60,000 or more, or any town shall have attained the population of 800 or more, as ascertained and determined by a national, state, or special census conducted by a municipality, it shall be the duty of the mayor to certify that fact to the lieutenant governor who shall certify that fact to the governor. Upon receipt of the certificate, the governor shall declare by public proclamation that the city or town is now a city of the first, second, or third class, as the case may be. The municipality thus changed will be governed by the provision of this act applicable to municipalities to the class to which such municipality has become."

AND WHEREAS, the Lieutenant Governor of the State of Utah has certified to me, as the Governor of Utah, that according to U.S. Census Bureau estimates of 1998 and extrapolations made by the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget, the following city in the State of Utah has a population as indicated below:

SANDY CITY            SALT LAKE COUNTY 102,401

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Michael O. Leavitt, Governor of the State of Utah, by virtue of the power vested in me by the laws and the Constitution of the State of Utah, do hereby declare by this public proclamation that the following named city is hereby constituted as a city of the first class, effective this date:

SANDY CITY

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the State of Utah at Salt Lake City, Utah, this 12th day of August, 1999.

(State Seal)

Michael O. Leavitt
Governor

ATTEST:

Olene S. Walker
Lieutenant Governor


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