FARMINGTON -- The county commission has approved another step in the process of building a new library in Kaysville.
In action taken recently, the commission voted to approve an agreement with Summit Engineering Services to do a geotechnical study at the former Clover Club potato chip plant at the northeast corner of Fairfield Road and 200 North in Kaysville for $3,200.
Work on the proposed $4 million library is scheduled to start next year, and completion is scheduled in 2015.
Construction of the new county library will be paid for using a separate mill levy homeowners pay to maintain and operate the county's existing seven libraries, as well as build new ones when deemed necessary, officials said.
Commission Chairman John Petroff joked about what the study may uncover. He said, "Let's just hope we don't find a graveyard there of buried potato chips."