Meetings planned with local municipalities over water conservancy district

Logan River in residential section upstream of 100 North. Photo by Darren Olsen.

Everything seems to be proceeding on schedule as the Cache County Council begins its work it hopes will end with creation of a Water Conservancy District by next year.

Cache County Executive Craig Buttars says members of the working group have been selected and they have received their various assignments. He says a major assignment is meeting with the county’s municipalities to explain what a water conservancy district is and how it would benefit the county.

“So those will take place in April and May. Our first meeting will be on April 5th with Logan City to present that resolution and to have some discussion. Probably more discussion will take place with Logan City on April 19th at their regularly-scheduled meeting there.”

Buttars says he will be attending that meeting and others, personally, along with Cache County’s Water Coordinator Bob Fatheringham. He says municipalities will be asked to approve a resolution that would allow the issue to be placed on the ballot.

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