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Legal Notice 2012 Conservation District Election

    

	A Conservation District (CD), is a governmental limited purpose local
district.  Its purpose is to improve and protect land and water
resources for public benefit.  A 5-member elected citizen board
governs a CD.  They serve 4-year terms of office.  They give local
direction and priority to federal, state and local government
conservation programs.  Board decisions are made in meetings open to
the public.

	Elections are in progress to fill 2 Supervisor positions on each of
the state's 38 CD boards. Candidates were selected by a local
nominating committee.  Ballots are mailed to private agricultural land
operators listed with the Utah Conservation Commission (UCC).  Any
registered Utah voter, or private agricultural land owner/manager not
on the list, may vote by requesting a ballot.  The UCC and the UT
Dept. of Agriculture and Food direct and conduct these elections.  

	Ballot request forms are available from your CD chair, Co. USU
Extension office, USDA Service Center, County Clerk; or writing UCC,
Box 146500, SLC, Utah 84114-6500; calling 801-538-7120; fax
801-538-9436; email UDAF-SoilCons@utah.gov, or voters may register for
this election to receive a ballot on the Internet at
http://webapp.ag.utah.gov/CDElection/. Completed ballot request forms
must be at the UCC office by October 25, 2011.  Returned ballots must
be postmarked by November 5, 2011, the close of the elections.  

	Candidates for the CD(s) in your area are:

Green River Conservation District
 Emery County
Terry Coppin - Green River
Chris Dunham - Green River
Coby Hunt - Green River
Devan Meadows - Green River
Lee Thayn - Green River

Price River Conservation District
Carbon County
Tom Bruno - Helper
William Butcher - Price
Daniel R Campbell - Wellington
William Dale Mathis - Price
Scott Thayn - Price
John R. Watkins - Price

San Rafael Conservation District
Emery County
Joe Begay - Castle Dale
Brooks Behling - Ferron
Dustan Hinkins - Orangeville
Russell Jensen - Emery
Lee V Moss - Orangeville
Published in the Sun Advocate October 11, 2011.
    
    

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