A report on the management of Great Salt Lake has fallen between the cracks during the state’s transition to a new governor. And its recommendations are now being rewritten by one of the most powerful lawmakers in the Utah House of Representatives, creating two competing proposals for how the lake should be managed in the future. KCPW’s Elizabeth Ziegler reports.
State Representative Ben Ferry says it will be crucial to hear the governor’s position on the makeup of the proposed Great Salt Lake Commission. But he doesn’t anticipate that until November, when discussions about pending legislation start to heat up.
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