Lang said beautifying the area and straightening out building standards would be priorities if she took office. Lang worked with the city's tree committee for 15 years and was on the Planning Commission for 10 years.
Christensen left his at-large seat after one term in hopes of improving transparency and accountability for the city's government and police force, recruiting businesses to the area to create jobs and using volunteers to foster clean, safe neighborhoods.
Christensen worked as an educator and administrator in the Granite School District and served 12 years as an elected member of Utah State Board of Education.
Lars Nordfelt and Phil Conder will campaign to take Christensen's seat, taking 47 percent and 33 percent of the vote, respectively. Joe Garcia was eliminated in Tuesday's primary.
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