Departing Kanab City Mayor Nina Laycook was presented a Wonderstone plaque by interim city manager Joe Decker in appreciation for her service during her term in office.

The city council approved a zone change requested by Que and Karla Johnson for their home site on Terrel Drive. It changes the RA-2 designation to RR-1, which allows the Johnsons to separate an attached lot from their home site for future sale. The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended the change, citing it was consistent with future land use in that area.

They also favored a request by Gregory and Julianne Castle to subdivide their .62 acre Parcel K-25-7 at 200 East and 200 North into three lots. The Castles are required to remove sheds from the two lots on 200 North, adjacent to their home lot, before they are offered for sale.

Lastly, the council approved the transfer of a liquor license at the Chuckwagon Cookout from Tony Wright to Tom Forsythe, owner of Little Hollywood, where the Chuckwagon is located.

There will not be a Kanab City Council meeting on December 24.