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Wasatch County interlocal meeting to cover UDOT, school district studies

Midway Town Hall
Ben Lasseter
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KPCW
The Midway Community Center is located at 160 West Main Street.

A Wasatch County interlocal meeting is happening in Midway Wednesday evening. The Utah Department of Transportation study for improving Heber Main Street traffic and the school district’s building plans are expected to come up.

It’s the first quarterly interlocal meeting of the year after the first that was scheduled in January was canceled. Updates by UDOT, the Mountainland Association of Governments, Midway and Hideout are on the agenda, and all county municipalities, county government and the school board were invited.

UDOT project manager Craig Hancock will kick things off with updates on the major construction project on U.S. Highway 40 at the entrance to the Heber Valley.

At a county council meeting a week ago, Hancock and other state and local government officials talked about how to move forward on the proposal for a bypass road around Heber City.

Midway Mayor Celeste Johnson told KPCW she’ll ask local officials to schedule a conversation about which options to recommend to UDOT.

Johnson also said Midway’s seeking answers about the status of the Future Schools Project and will request the school district to give an update.

The meeting is at 6:30 p.m. at the Midway Community Center and will be broadcast on the Midway City Facebook page.

For a link to the full meeting agenda, which was posted late Wednesday morning, visit this link. Johnson said the meeting was posted late due to a staff miscommunication.