|name||Wayne A. Jensen|
|office||Mayor of Brigham City|
|term_start||August 16, 1973|
|term_end||January 7, 1974|
|predecessor||Olof E. Zundel|
|successor||Harold B. Felt|
Wayne Jensen was Mayor Pro Tem (the councilman authorized to act for the mayor in his absence) at the time Mayor Olof E. Zundel submitted his resignation to accept the appointment to the Utah Public Service Commission and was prohibited by law from holding public office while on the commission.
At the next City Council meeting, Jensen was unanimously approved as Acting Mayor of Brigham City and sworn in on Aug. 16, 1973. Immediately afterwards, he turned his attention to city business as usual. In that same meeting, he dealt with bids for fire insurance, hiring new city employees for the shops and golf course, assigning the Brigham City Museum‘s staff the City’s County Fair Exhibit project, and dealing with surplus vehicles.
During his tenure, he approved the Chamber of Commerce’s request to use the main floor of the old City Hall for its quarters when the city departments moved to the new facility.