SALT LAKE CITY -- Former Lt. Gov. Greg Bell was not eager to be on any more committees, following his departure from office earlier this year, but he said he couldn't say no when Gov. Gary Herbert asked him to come to the rescue of the rescue of the Utah Science Technology and Research Governing Authority board."I'm not going to accept any board appointments but when the governor calls and says, 'see if you can do this, go help fix that,' that's why I'm here," Bell told a Senate confirmation committee on Tuesday, when his appointment to the USTAR board underwent its initial stage of review. The committee gave him a favorable recommendation and his final appointment will be subject to a vote of the full Senate.