Summit County Council

The environment is among the major topics for the Summit County Council in their regular meeting Wednesday. Rick Brough has more.

Summit County will continue to look for ways to better regulate oil pipelines - even though their pursuit of a federal study grant last week ran into obstacles. Rick Brough has more.

The Summit County Council is likely to have a short meeting Wednesday. The only major item on their agenda has been postponed. Rick Brough has more.

Summit County and the private Summit Water Company joined last year in a regional water compact, but there are still some financial disputes between the two entitles.
Summit Water has filed suit, saying that the county has held out $75,000 in a tax refund owed to the private firm. That's also related to a dispute before the Utah State Tax Commission, with over $800,000 at stake. Both sides are awaiting a ruling on that from an Administrative Law Judge. Rick Brough has more.

Some items from the past made their appearance on the agenda for the Summit County Council Wednesday. Rick Brough has more.

The Summit County Council is looking at their financial policies - and a mixed bag of other items at their regular Wednesday meeting. Rick Brough has more.

Primary election day in Summit County isn't going to be busy for the County Clerk's office. Clerk Kent Jones confirms that there will be only one county-wide contests, for Democrats, and three School Board races. Rick Brough has more.

The Summit County Council Wednesday interviewed four candidates for a seat on the Snyderville Planning Commission. But the interview with one contender - Chris Hague who's often been a critic of County Planning - turned out to be unusual. Rick Brough has more.

The Summit County Council Wednesday unanimously voted for a Resolution calling on leaders in Washington D.C. to do something about the nation's immigration laws. The Resolution designated June as "Immigrant Heritage Month". Rick Brough has more.

County Council member Roger Armstrong says he's supportive of a change to Boyer Tech Park's development agreement - allowing the County Manager to determine early on if a prospective tenant fits with the allowed uses at the park.

Armstrong says he has confidence in County Manager Bob Jasper and Development Director Pat Putt. Rick Brough has more.

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