What are the state’s priorities on important national issues that ultimately impact the county. Monuments are one of those big issues that will have an impact on counties in Utah. Governor Cox is realistic in his expectations but hopeful that a solution can be found through congress. We spent the half hour talking through some of these issues and how the Cox Administration plans to handle public lands, infrastructure and energy.


00:00 First 100 days and COVID Vaccinations
04:06 Growth and Infrastructure
08:09 Timber infrastructure and catastrophic fire
10:55 Monuments in Utah and the Governor’s meeting with Secretary Haaland on Bear’s Ears
14:55 Colorado River Water Renegotiation
21:15 What has surprised you

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