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What Are the Pressing Issues In Heber City?

As I make my way around the city and talk to people I have noticed that one of the top issues with most residents is what is happening at Heber Light & Power. It’s not a surprise that this is at the top of the list of concerns as Heber City residents we have the right to be concerned. I believe it is crucial for the HL&P board to be forthright and transparent in order to preserve public trust in the company, and the board’s intentions.  Board members have a duty to inform the other members of the city council they represent of major issues, and to inform the public of any breach of trust at the HL&P.

Our vote for mayor will determine who the chairman of the board at Heber Light & Power will be. Our vote will also help determine who the new mayor will ask to represent the citizens of Heber City. Our mayor will choose who he feels can best serve the residents of not only Heber City but also all residents in the valley.

Alan McDonald recently wrote about this topic and stated:

Rumors have recently circulated alleging the impropriety of certain personnel at Heber Light & Power, and how this may have affected the financial integrity of the company.  Because the residents of Heber own a large portion of the company via the city, and because the company exists solely to serve the needs of the community, I believe it is important that the entire city council be actively involved in providing oversight.  The city council should be thoroughly informed and consulted whenever there are major decisions to be made at Heber Light & Power, or whenever rumors of this nature involve the company.  Upon being fully informed and consulted, the council should then inform the true owner of the company, the Heber City taxpayer.


As a citizen of Heber City I find it quite incredible that not all of our city council members are being routinely informed or updated about HL&P. It’s our right to know what is happening and be relatively sure that our whole city council is being apprised of what is happening and making suggestions that the mayor and two city councilmen will take back to the HP&L board to help it run as efficiently as possible.

On August 13th Heber City residents will have the first of two opportunities this year to go to the polls and vote for the two candidates that they believe will truly look out for the interests of the citizens. Make your voice heard on August 13th!

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