They are the unsung heroes that are called upon when disaster strikes outside of Utah. This specialized group is ready to mobilize a large cache in a matter of hours of a disaster. They were called on to assist in the tragic events of September 11th, along with Hurricane Katrina, and most recently with Hurricane Irene. Terry Wood has the story on this specialized response team that comes to the rescue when the local and state resources are inundated by a disaster.
Kevin Carter, School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration; Audrey Graham, Grand County Council Member; and Mark Raymond, Uintah County Commissioner discuss the importance of the road along with the challenges that it may create for Grand County.
The advantages to the State are discussed which will be created by opening access to the southern portion of Uintah County by paving the Seep Ridge Road.
We return to the discussion on the Seep Ridge Road, and how the project is different from the road project that was proposed in the 90’s.