State environmental officials say that western Summit County is seeing elevated levels of ozone--and the county could be designated as a problem area if federal pollution standards change. But they told the Summit County Council Wednesday that there is no particular new law or program they can adopt as a cure. Rick Brough has more.
As we’ve reported, a sales tax discrepancy in which the City has been getting tax revenue that should’ve been going to the County was the result of a clerical error by the Utah State Tax Commission. Lynn Ware Peek has more.