Creation of water conservancy district has become a top priority for Cache County

The working group which was organized to get public support for a water conservancy district has been meeting and making what Cache County Executive Craig Buttars says are “good decisions.”

Pursuing a water conservancy district has been made a top priority for the Cache County Council and Buttars says one of the group’s first decisions was to refer to the organization as the “Cache Water District.”

He says a logo has been chosen and pertinent information will soon appear on the county’s website.

“The working group is moving forward with contacting the different communities. The city councils will have a resolution that they can look at. That resolution will support the county’s ability to put the issue on the ballot.

“By the end of May we are hoping to have all the municipalities adopt a resolution that approves the petition and the creation of a conservancy district to be put on the ballot in November.”

Buttars says in order to appear on the ballot, members of the Cache County Council will vote to move in that direction.

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