Proposed dams on the Bear River will siphon away more water, expose more lakebed and cause big...
If approved by the health board, the change would require diesel vehicles 14,000 pounds and less to have emissions tests before they can be registered in Weber County.
Proposed dams on the Bear River will siphon away more water, expose more lakebed and cause big problems for the region’s air quality.
The Weber-Morgan Health Board could vote on a diesel emissions testing rule Monday, opening the proposed regulation to public comment.
If you think you are seeing more geese in the Northern Utah sky than usual for this time of year, you are right.
The group of air quality lobbyists are urging citizens to in turn push legislators toward statewide reform.
With the issue of low water supply looming over Utah, the division of water resources created a new conservation coordinator position filled by Faye Rutishauser. Here’s our conversation with her.
Members from the Weber-Morgan Board of Health hinted at a change in position and said they’ll likely take a vote on the issue at its Aug. 22 meeting.