By Rachel Campbell
October’s waterboard meeting was short and concise. Most of the meeting was consumed with talks and planning for next years budget request.
Another major discussion was the size of the gravel that will be laid in the park.
A problem arose as the Board tried to figure out how to fix the light at the spring’s source. The light is nearly thirty feet tall and has been shot out by an unknown perpetrator. Utah Power used to be able to fix lights, but have since ceased to do so. With the light being so high, normal cherry-pickers would have a difficult time making the repair. Fixing the light will cost the town at least $200, possibly more.