A long-awaited bill from Rep. Casey Snider to keep Cache County’s classification more rural-based passed in the House and Senate’s committee before going to the full Senate next week.
“It’s a fairly significant deal for us in Cache Valley, because we’ve basically passed a threshold moving from a county of the third class to the county of a second class,” Snider said at the local Legislative Town Hall on Thursday.
After concerns were raised in the 2020 Legislative Session, reclassifications were paused for analysis. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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