LEGAL NOTICES:

 

 WENDOVER CITY
RESOLUTION NUMBER
2019-09

A RESOLUTION CANCELLING
THE NOVEMBER 5, 2019
MUNICIPAL ELECTION
FOR THE CITY OF WENDOVER,
TOOELE COUNTY UTAH.

 

 

WHEREAS, Utah Law provides that a municipal legislative body may cancel a local election if all municipal officers are elected in an at-large election and the number of municipal officer candidates, including any eligible write-in candidates for the at-large offices, does not exceed the number of open at-large municipal offices for which the candidates have filed;
   WHEREAS, the two 2-year positions and the three 4-year positions open for election, are at-large positions and the number of candidates for these offices does not exceed the number of offices, for which the candidates have filed;
   NOW THEREFORE, it is hereby resolved that pursuant to the provisions of Utah Code Section 20A-1-206 that the November 5, 2019 local election for the Wendover City Council is hereby cancelled and the City Recorder is directed to give notice of this cancellation as required by law. Gordon R. Stewart and Darlene Trammell for the 2-year positions and Ana Aboite, Manuel Carrillo Gomez and Dennis B. Sweat for the 4-year positions, are the only 5 candidates to file for the 5 seats, are hereby considered to be elected to the office of Wendover City Council to begin on the first Monday of January 6, 2020.

RESOLVED AND ADOPTED by the Wendover City Council this October 3, 2019

BY ORDER OF THE Wendover City Mayor,
By Mayor Mike Crawford

ATTEST:
Devan Clevenger, Clerk/Recorder

Published in The Wendover Times Oct. 10 & 17, 2019

 

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BUDGET PUBLIC HEARING #1

DATE: Oct 17, 2019
TIME: 6:15 P.M
PLACE: WENDOVER CITY TOOELE COUNTY COMPLEX BLDG. 920 EAST WENDOVER, BLVD.

1. AUGMENTATION OF THE 2019-2020 ANNUAL BUDGET.


IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, INDIVIDUALS NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS (INCLUDING AUXILIARY COMMUNICATIVE AIDS AND SERVICES) DURING THESE MEETINGS SHOULD NOTIFY DEVAN CLEVENGER AT THE WENDOVER TOOELE COUNTY COMPLEX AT 920 EAST WENDOVER BLVD. (435-665-7771) AT LEAST THREE DAYS PRIOR TO THE MEETING TO BE ATTENDED.
POSTED: Oct 10, 2019
1. WENDOVER UTAH CITY OFFICES,WENDOVER UT
2. WENDOVER POST OFFICE,WENDOVER,UT
3. THE WENDOVER TIMES,WENDOVER,UT
4. UTAH PUBLIC MEETING WEBSITE

THE CITY OF WENDOVER, UTAH IS AN EQUAL
OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER AND EMPLOYER

Published in The Wendover Times Oct. 10, 2019

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Public Comment Opportunity

Sept. 19-Oct. 19, 2019

 

The U.S. Air Force is accepting comments from the public on a draft environmental assessment (Draft EA) completed for establishing a Restricted Area of airspace, designated R-6401, near Wendover, Utah, operating unmanned aircraft and for locating new facilities on a site on the Utah Test and Training Range. The new site would be used for launching, controlling, recovering and maintaining the unmanned aircraft. The unmanned aircraft, called Sub-scale Aerial Targets, are used to provide realistic live-fire training for Air Force pilots.

R-6401 and the new facilities are needed due to the growth of the Air Force’s test and training program using unmanned aircraft and increasing Army test and training operations on Dugway Proving Ground where the Air Force is currently conducting these operations. The Draft EA was prepared to analyze and document the potential environmental impacts associated with establishing R-6401, operating the unmanned aircraft and constructing the associated facilities.

Based on the results of the Draft EA, the proposed R-6401, unmanned aircraft operation and the new facilities would not have significant impact on the human environment or any of the environmental resources described in the Draft EA.  The Air Force, therefore, proposes a Finding of No Significant Impact, or FONSI, for the proposed project actions including the creation of R-6401 and has determined an Environmental Impact Statement is unnecessary.

 A printed copy of the Draft EA is available at the West Wendover Branch Library, 590 Camper Drive, West Wendover, Nevada. The Draft EA is also available online at: www.hill.af.mil/Portals/58/documents/Environmental/EAWendoverAirspace.pdfAir Force accepting public comments on environmental assessment

Public comments will be accepted through Oct. 19, 2019. Comments and questions about the Draft EA or the comment process can be directed to:

Michael Shane

UTTR/RSE

6066 Cedar Lane, Bldg. 1274

Hill AFB, UT 84056-5003

(801) 586-2551

Michael.shane.2@us.af.mil

 

Published in the Wendover Times on Septemer 19, 2019:

 

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MORE INFORMATION:

 

Air Force accepting public comments on environmental assessment

HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah – The Air Force will begin accepting public comments Sept. 19 on a draft environmental assessment completed for a proposal to establish a restricted area of airspace (designated R-6401) to operate unmanned aircraft and to set-up facilities on a site on the Air Force’s Utah Test and Training Range (UTTR) to launch, control, recover and maintain the unmanned aircraft.

The unmanned aircraft, called Sub-scale Aerial Targets, are used to provide realistic live-fire training for Air Force pilots. Current operations using unmanned aircraft are done on nearby Dugway Proving Ground; with this proposal, the Air Force would move its unmanned aircraft operations to the UTTR near Wendover, Utah.

“Our mission requirements integrating unmanned aircraft have increased substantially over the last few years, as have the Army’s,” said Col. Daniel Gable, commander of Headquarters UTTR. “This new area of restricted airspace, adjacent to our current restricted airspace, will give us more operational flexibility and capability and allow us to meet the increasing demand we have for testing and training using unmanned aircraft.”

 The environmental assessment was completed to collect data, conduct research and analyze potential environmental and socioeconomic consequences associated with the proposed new airspace and the setup of the UTTR site. The Air Force considered other alternatives for the location of the on-ground site and these are addressed in the Draft EA.

 The Air Force has determined that the proposed project would not have significant impacts on the human environment or any of the environmental resources described in the document.

 “We welcome and encourage public review and comment on the draft EA,” Gable said. “The Air Force will make a final decision about the project after considering all inputs from the public.”

 The Draft EA is available at: www.hill.af.mil/Portals/58/documents/Environmental/EAWendoverAirspace.pdf.  A printed copy is also available for review at the West Wendover Branch Library, 590 Camper Drive, West Wendover, Nevada, or by contacting Michael Shane at (801) 586-2551 or michael.shane.2@us.af.mil. Comments will be accepted through midnight Oct. 19.

 

 

 


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