Chillion L. Miller

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Chillion Letts Miller
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1st Mayor of Murray, Utah
In office
January 1, 1902 – December 31, 1903
Preceded by New Office
Succeeded by Joseph Stratton
Personal details
Born November 29, 1848
Council Bluffs, Iowa
Died March 9, 1925(1925-03-09) (aged 76)
Murray, Utah
Spouse(s) Harriet Taft
Children 2
Residence Murray, Utah
Religion The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon)

Chillion Letts "C.L." Miller was the first elected mayor of Murray, Utah from 1902 to 1903.[1] Serving along with him were as City Recorder M.A. Williamsun and Councilmen James Gilbert, Reynolds Cahoon, Arthur E. White, Herbert S. Sanders and William Mccleary. Mayor Miller’s term may well be called a period of organization. There were many offices and committees to be created to comply with law and to properly supervise the business interests of the city.[2]

There were committees organized for municipal law, streets, licenses and franchises, public grounds, sanitary regulations, and public ordinances. On September 1, 1903 a committee was appointed with H. S. Sanders as Chairman and Reynolds Cahoon and James Gilbert as members to investigate the matter of establishing a precinct in Murray city. A large number of ordinances were drawn up, sixteen of which were passed and adopted among these were ordinances on general provisions, one setting forth the duties of city officers, one on misdemeanors, one setting salaries, a franchise to the Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone company, two on dog licenses and dog taxes, one on curfew, one pertaining to railroads and other ordinances relating to nuisances, private boarding houses, bicycle riding, and one establishing the boundary line of State Street.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "History of Murray City > Past Mayors". City government of Murray, Utah. Retrieved 13 April 2010. 
  2. ^ Noble Warrum, Charles W. Morse, W. Brown Ewing; Utah since statehood, historical and biographical, Volume 4. The S. J. Clarke publishing company, 1920
  3. ^ History of Murray. Murray Eagle September 17, 1936