In recent weeks the Summit County Council has racked up a number of important decisions. Now, they're being asked to weigh in on the Garff Ranches neighborhood in South Summit, and the proposed noise wall for Jeremy Ranch. Rick Brough has more:
This week's Summit County Republican Party convention took place at a time when the county council is made up entirely of Democrats. In addition, the Republicans didn't put forward any candidates for six county positions on this year's ballot. During a Q&A at Tuesday's convention, some party members wondered if the council could be changed to elect members from specific districts. Rick Brough has the story:
On today's program, we talk with Summit County Council Member Chris Robinson about the long-awaited adoption of the East County Development Code. Greg Schultz of Primary Out talks about his efforts to change what he calls the extremest political landscape of Utah's super majority. Recycle Utah Executive Director Carolyn Wawra gives updates on the organization's busy spring schedule, including its big Earth Day celebration that runs all day on Sunday.