Governance group examines options

Attorney calls HB 224 ‘obtuse and un-understandable’

House Bill 224, the legislation that required Grand and Morgan counties to change their respective forms of government following the 2018 session of the Utah Legislature, was an “obtuse and un-understandable” law, according to Gavin Anderson, a Salt Lake County deputy attorney who over his three-decade career literally wrote the book on changing forms of government in Utah.