Senate Concurrent Resolution 10: Urging Solutions for the Central Wasatch Mountains
Senator Cullimore released Senate Concurrent Resolution 10, which urges solutions for the Central Wasatch Mountains. The resolution recognizes the Wasatch Mountains have enormous economic, watershed, natural, and recreational value for the state of Utah, and acknowledges the work of the Central Wasatch Commission to develop solutions that address the significant transportation and land management issues that affect the area.
S.C.R. 10 calls for the President of the United States, Congress, and Utah’s congressional delegation to propose and secure passage of legislation that implements the Central Wasatch Commission’s recommendations. If passed, S.C.R. 10 would affirm the legislature’s support for the Central Wasatch Commission, and our work.
Senator Kirk A. Cullimore began legislative service on January 1, 2019 and represents Senate District 9, which encompasses House Districts 32, 44, 45, 46, and 49. Salt Lake County covers Senate District 9. A concurrent resolution is a legislative measure that is adopted by both the House and the Senate. In general, concurrent resolutions are employed to address issues that affect both legislative bodies.