SOUTH WEBER — Gary Gears, a resident of South Weber, during a recent community council meeting, asked there was an exit and remediation plan for Geneva and Staker Parsons plants.
“When fall comes and the canal shuts down, the dust problem escalates,” he said.
Councilman David Thomas said there was a plan for Staker Parsons; however, Geneva has refused to comply with any exit plan. He also said that the state legislation regulations for gravel pits make it “impossible for local jurisdiction.”
Gears then asked if any citizen could get a hold of the state copy of the Staker Parsons remediation plan.
Councilman Michael Poff said that they could look into getting the regulations and have a copy for anyone that desires.