Rocky Mountain Power and Light

Midway

Midway City Council meets on Tuesday with a full agenda, including a public hearing and possible adoption of an ordinance amending the code for cannabis production. Open space preservation projects will be discussed, and The Council also plans to approve the settlement on the Rocky Mountain Power and Heber Light and Power transmission line project.

Midway

Rocky Mountain Power, Heber Light and Power and Midway City have reached a settlement to install new above ground power lines in Midway. The resolution was presented to the public in last week’s council meeting.

Midway City

The Midway City Council passed a height restriction ordinance in Tuesday’s meeting. It was done after a vote taken by the Heber Light and Power board last month approved a project that would install high power transmission lines through the Heber Valley.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Midway Mayor, Celeste Johnson told KPCW the City passed the ordinance hoping it would give them more say in the future of the project. 

Heber Light and Power

The Heber Light and Power Board will take a trip to Corvallis, Oregon to learn about a small nuclear power plant currently under construction and to consider investment opportunities including buying future energy.  They continue negotiations with Rocky Mountain Power to find alternatives to installing giant power transmission lines through the heart of the Heber Valley. Carolyn Murray has this update:

Volt Citizens Group

Heber Light & Power has a new executive board made up of the three mayors from Heber, Midway and Charleston.  It’s a complete turnover in leadership and with that comes a big change in direction.  Carolyn Murray has this: