Buttars: more public meetings scheduled to discuss water conservancy district

Cache County Executive Craig Buttars said he is pleased with the way things are going in the efforts to gather support for a water conservancy district. At Tuesday’s Cache County Council meeting, Buttars told the council that there are still visits scheduled to some communities.

“We’ve had 10 different cities pass that resolution,” Buttars told the council. “They have noticed, with the county, to either hold their own public hearing or else hold a public meeting with the county at our next meeting on (May) 24th. We will hold our meeting on the 24th here in the Cache County Council chambers.”

Buttars said he is hoping that all of the cities and towns will approve the resolution to form a district at that time. The website <a href=”http://cachewaterdistrict.com/” target=”_blank”>cachewaterdistrict.org</a> has been created to provide additional details about the proposed district.

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