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March, 2018 Wasatch County Planning Commission. Stay tuned for more details.

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In a good first showing, the Heber Valley's three new Mayors (Heber City Mayor: Kelleen Potter, Midway Mayor: Celeste Johnson, and Charleston Mayor: Brenda Kozlowski) showed that they, as controlling board members of Heber Light and Power (HLP), are listening to their citizens. THANK YOU, MAYORS!

Progress was made as they have asked HLP to provide a cost study to bury the Power Lines in the valley. They also announced plans to create a 6-8 person citizen's advisory board. We expect a needs-based study will be included in the commissioned study. Funding was also committed for this effort. 

At December 2017's meeting, and due to your support, the Wasatch County Planning Commission charged Heber Light and Power (HPL) and Rocky Mountain Power (RMP) with a list of to-do’s and to return in February 2018 to present their work.  HLP and RMP have now asked to move these items to March 2018.  We have been told that the item will still appear on the February 2018 Wasatch County Planning Commission Meeting agenda, but that the planning dept. will announce the item will be pushed to March 2018.

LEGAL REPRESENTATION.  VOLT has retained legal counsel with a firm familiar with dealing with electrical utilities and more specifically Rocky Mountain Power. 

FUNDRAISING.  These efforts will cost money, but will be worth it.  In the next few weeks we will publish multiple ways to contribute financially to the cause.  No amount will be too little nor too large. 

VOLUNTEERS.  We need help.  Many of you have expressed interest in helping with your time and specific skills.  Thank you.  We are ready to organize your efforts.  Please contact us at

CHANGE.ORG CONTRIBUTIONS.  We have been informed that some of you have made donations through  As we have not yet published official fundraising, any donations through supports that website and not VOLT.  Please contact and request a refund of those donations and standby for a donation portal from VOLT.  They can be reached at .  Let us know if this has happened to you at

Thank you for your continued support. Please share the petition  with your family and neighbors.

12/14/2017 Event:

December 14, 2017 12:00 noon. Front of the Wasatch County Building, 25 N. Main St., Heber City, UT. Meeting went extremely well. A large number of concerned citizens attended. Media, including KSL, was present, and speakers presented their concerns and desires to assemble as a powerful community group to promote the message of Rethink, Reroute, or Bury the Lines. Both mayors-elect of Heber City and Midway were present and supportive of the issues at hand.
This movement is just beginning. Please standby for opportunities to support and contribute financially to this important cause.

December 14, 2017 7:00pm. County Council Chambers, Wasatch County Administration Building. 25 North Main Street in Heber City. Rocky Mountain Power and Heber Light and Power requested a Pole Height Variance at this meeting. Due to our representation in attendance and to the questions and concerns expressed by our citizens, Rocky Mountain Power was given followup tasks and action on this request was deferred until February.


 High Power Line Route


Materials from our 12/5/2017 Public Meeting

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