As directed by the Mountain Accord Executive Board, The Central Wasatch Commission (CWC) is being considered by local governments. Upon approval, the CWC’s mission will be to implement the actions outlined in the Accord and will continue Mountain Accord’s tradition of public engagement, transparency and consensus building.
The Central Wasatch Commission (CWC) is being proposed as an interlocal agency and a political subdivision of the State of Utah. The CWC will formalize collaboration and streamline decision-making among the multiple jurisdictions with authorities in the Central Wasatch Mountains. The area of focus is between I-80 and the Salt Lake County line south of Little Cottonwood Canyon.
A Stakeholders Council will also be formed as an advisory body to the CWC. Stakeholder Council Members will be appointed by the CWC.
28–35 representatives including:
The Stakeholders Council is where regular, public dialogue will occur on CWC objectives and projects. The Stakeholders Council will make recommendations to the CWC for implementation.
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