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Michelle Baguley Facer

Councilmember

Herriman City

HQ Phone: (801) 328-1601

Herriman City

50 South 600 East Suite 150

Salt Lake City, Utah 84102

United States

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Member, City Council
City Council

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Herriman City

herriman.org [cached]

Michelle Facer Baguley

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Michelle Facer Baguley mbaguley@herriman.org
Service Term 2006-2010
Michelle Facer Baguley lived in Herriman as a child and can remember when no one knew where Herriman was. The town joke was "population 400, including cats and dogs. Michelle remembers youthful days spent riding horseback towards the south mountains, singing "America the Beautiful" at the top of her lungs.
At the age of 13, Michelle´s family moved to California where she spent her high school and college years. When she was 19 she married a "city slicker" (Clifford Baguley). Cliff and Michelle are the parents of 4 children and one grandchild.
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They celebrated their 25th Wedding Anniversary not long ago, and Michelle says they still prefer spending time with one another more than anything else.
In 1992 Cliff and Michelle returned to Herriman.
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Finally settled in, Michelle began reminiscing about the old Herriman Homecoming Days, and thought it would be a good project to renew old times and to begin fund raising efforts to build a park for the children of Herriman.
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Serving on the Herriman Community Council, Michelle was instrumental in the efforts to incorporate Herriman as a Town. She remembers how lines were drawn at the eastern boundaries and how she personally counted residents to meet the State statute which required less than 800 residents at the time of incorporation. (Today the population is over 19,000.) That effort began in 1997 and on June 1, 1999, Herriman (founded in 1851) was officially a Town.
Michelle was appointed to the Herriman City Council in 1999 and because of family needs chose not to run for election that year. By election time in 2001 she was ready to "throw her hat into the ring" again and won the election by a narrow margin.
Michelle has served on the City Council since January 2002 and has been amazed at the growth and the great opportunities that have come to the City. With that growth comes many challenges. The challenge she finds most perplexing is that of trying to make everyone happy. She says: "It is the duty of City Officials to look at the entire picture.
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Michelle continues by saying, "I would challenge each resident to become involved.


Michelle Facer ...

herriman.org [cached]

Michelle Facer Baguley

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Michelle Facer Baguleymbaguley@herriman.org
Service Term 2006-2010
Michelle Facer Baguley lived in Herriman as a child and can remember when no one knew where Herriman was.The town joke was "population 400, including cats and dogs."Michelle remembers youthful days spent riding horseback towards the south mountains, singing "America the Beautiful" at the top of her lungs.
At the age of 13, Michelle´s family moved to California where she spent her high school and college years.When she was 19 she married a "city slicker" (Clifford Baguley).Cliff and Michelle are the parents of 4 children and one grandchild.
...
They celebrated their 25th Wedding Anniversary not long ago, and Michelle says they still prefer spending time with one another more than anything else.
In 1992 Cliff and Michelle returned to Herriman.
...
Finally settled in, Michelle began reminiscing about the old Herriman Homecoming Days, and thought it would be a good project to renew old times and to begin fund raising efforts to build a park for the children of Herriman.
...
Serving on the Herriman Community Council, Michelle was instrumental in the efforts to incorporate Herriman as a Town.She remembers how lines were drawn at the eastern boundaries and how she personally counted residents to meet the State statute which required less than 800 residents at the time of incorporation. (Today the population is over 19,000.) That effort began in 1997 and on June 1, 1999, Herriman (founded in 1851) was officially a Town.
Michelle was appointed to the Herriman City Council in 1999 and because of family needs chose not to run for election that year.By election time in 2001 she was ready to "throw her hat into the ring" again and won the election by a narrow margin.
Michelle has served on the City Council since January 2002 and has been amazed at the growth and the great opportunities that have come to the City.With that growth comes many challenges.The challenge she finds most perplexing is that of trying to make everyone happy.She says: "It is the duty of City Officials to look at the entire picture.
...
Michelle continues by saying, "I would challenge each resident to become involved.


Michelle Facer ...

herriman.org [cached]

Michelle Facer Baguley

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Michelle Facer Baguleymbaguley@herriman.org
Service Term 2006-2010
Michelle Facer Baguley lived in Herriman as a child and can remember when no one knew where Herriman was.The town joke was "population 400, including cats and dogs."Michelle remembers youthful days spent riding horseback towards the south mountains, singing "America the Beautiful" at the top of her lungs.
At the age of 13, Michelle´s family moved to California where she spent her high school and college years.When she was 19 she married a "city slicker" (Clifford Baguley).Cliff and Michelle are the parents of 4 children and one grandchild.
...
They celebrated their 25th Wedding Anniversary not long ago, and Michelle says they still prefer spending time with one another more than anything else.
In 1992 Cliff and Michelle returned to Herriman.
...
Finally settled in, Michelle began reminiscing about the old Herriman Homecoming Days, and thought it would be a good project to renew old times and to begin fund raising efforts to build a park for the children of Herriman.
...
Serving on the Herriman Community Council, Michelle was instrumental in the efforts to incorporate Herriman as a Town.She remembers how lines were drawn at the eastern boundaries and how she personally counted residents to meet the State statute which required less than 800 residents at the time of incorporation. (Today the population is over 19,000.) That effort began in 1997 and on June 1, 1999, Herriman (founded in 1851) was officially a Town.
Michelle was appointed to the Herriman City Council in 1999 and because of family needs chose not to run for election that year.By election time in 2001 she was ready to "throw her hat into the ring" again and won the election by a narrow margin.
Michelle has served on the City Council since January 2002 and has been amazed at the growth and the great opportunities that have come to the City.With that growth comes many challenges.The challenge she finds most perplexing is that of trying to make everyone happy.She says: "It is the duty of City Officials to look at the entire picture.
...
Michelle continues by saying, "I would challenge each resident to become involved.


Michelle Facer ...

herriman.org [cached]

Michelle Facer Baguley

...
Michelle Facer Baguleymbaguley@herriman.org
Service Term 2006-2010
Michelle Facer Baguley lived in Herriman as a child and can remember when no one knew where Herriman was.The town joke was "population 400, including cats and dogs."Michelle remembers youthful days spent riding horseback towards the south mountains, singing "America the Beautiful" at the top of her lungs.
At the age of 13, Michelle´s family moved to California where she spent her high school and college years.When she was 19 she married a "city slicker" (Clifford Baguley).Cliff and Michelle are the parents of 4 children and one grandchild.
...
They celebrated their 25th Wedding Anniversary not long ago, and Michelle says they still prefer spending time with one another more than anything else.
In 1992 Cliff and Michelle returned to Herriman.
...
Finally settled in, Michelle began reminiscing about the old Herriman Homecoming Days, and thought it would be a good project to renew old times and to begin fund raising efforts to build a park for the children of Herriman.
...
Serving on the Herriman Community Council, Michelle was instrumental in the efforts to incorporate Herriman as a Town.She remembers how lines were drawn at the eastern boundaries and how she personally counted residents to meet the State statute which required less than 800 residents at the time of incorporation. (Today the population is over 19,000.) That effort began in 1997 and on June 1, 1999, Herriman (founded in 1851) was officially a Town.
Michelle was appointed to the Herriman City Council in 1999 and because of family needs chose not to run for election that year.By election time in 2001 she was ready to "throw her hat into the ring" again and won the election by a narrow margin.
Michelle has served on the City Council since January 2002 and has been amazed at the growth and the great opportunities that have come to the City.With that growth comes many challenges.The challenge she finds most perplexing is that of trying to make everyone happy.She says: "It is the duty of City Officials to look at the entire picture.
...
Michelle continues by saying, "I would challenge each resident to become involved.


Michelle Facer ...

herriman.org [cached]

Michelle Facer Baguley

...
Michelle Facer Baguleymbaguley@herriman.org
Service Term 2006-2010
Michelle Facer Baguley lived in Herriman as a child and can remember when no one knew where Herriman was.The town joke was "population 400, including cats and dogs."Michelle remembers youthful days spent riding horseback towards the south mountains, singing "America the Beautiful" at the top of her lungs.
At the age of 13, Michelle´s family moved to California where she spent her high school and college years.When she was 19 she married a "city slicker" (Clifford Baguley).Cliff and Michelle are the parents of 4 children and one grandchild.
...
They celebrated their 25th Wedding Anniversary not long ago, and Michelle says they still prefer spending time with one another more than anything else.
In 1992 Cliff and Michelle returned to Herriman.
...
Finally settled in, Michelle began reminiscing about the old Herriman Homecoming Days, and thought it would be a good project to renew old times and to begin fund raising efforts to build a park for the children of Herriman.
...
Serving on the Herriman Community Council, Michelle was instrumental in the efforts to incorporate Herriman as a Town.She remembers how lines were drawn at the eastern boundaries and how she personally counted residents to meet the State statute which required less than 800 residents at the time of incorporation. (Today the population is over 19,000.) That effort began in 1997 and on June 1, 1999, Herriman (founded in 1851) was officially a Town.
Michelle was appointed to the Herriman City Council in 1999 and because of family needs chose not to run for election that year.By election time in 2001 she was ready to "throw her hat into the ring" again and won the election by a narrow margin.
Michelle has served on the City Council since January 2002 and has been amazed at the growth and the great opportunities that have come to the City.With that growth comes many challenges.The challenge she finds most perplexing is that of trying to make everyone happy.She says: "It is the duty of City Officials to look at the entire picture.
...
Michelle continues by saying, "I would challenge each resident to become involved.

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