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Nibley Selects Longtime Resident As New City Manager


After a nationwide search, Nibley native Justin Maughan has been officially selected as the new city manager.

“I have a great love for Nibley City, as it is, and has always been, my home,” the then-public works director wrote when he applied for consideration. “As a young child, I watched my own father serve and lead Nibley City as a Councilman and Water Operator. I am proud of that heritage and wish to honor it by serving as the next Nibley City Manager.”


Though he endorsed former city manager David Zook in his successful bid for the role of Cache County Executive, Mayor Shaun Dustin said he was sad to see David Zook leave the municipal government, but excited to see Maughan step up to the role as he was the best fit out of the 11 other candidates who were considered. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.


This story is made possible thanks to a community reporting partnership between The Herald Journal and Utah Public Radio.