Archives for October 2012
The panel discusses the importance of livestock grazing on public lands to the state of Utah. The number of livestock on the land now is far less than it was several decades ago. Better management such as rotational grazing would lead to a better range and more available forage for livestock.
A continuation of our on-air discussion on rotational grazing and livestock grazing in Utah.
The legislative branch of county government is made up of a 3 member commission or a 5 to 9 member council. In the commission form of government the elected officials have both legislative and executive powers, while in the council form an elected mayor or appointed county executive takes care of the executive functions.
The county clerk is the record keeper of all of the meetings of the commission or council; along with issuing marriage licenses, passports, and running elections.