Residents from Farmington, Fruit Heights, Kaysville, Layton and South Weber official came together and formed, Residents Voices United on 89, or ReVU89. The group was formalized and created a board on July 27th. The groups formal mission statement is to ensure the appropriate time and consideration is given to every option before hwy 89 changes the east bench of Davis County forever. "Many residents felt the need in each of these communities to work with UDOT on this important project", said Kyle Charlesworth, a resident of Fruit Heights, but besides just talking with UDOT we felt it important to talk to each other. In doing so we found we were not asking for different things regarding 89 we were asking for the same thing in different ways. We knew that a split voice can be dismissed but a united one cannot."
The group formed an official board who welcomes everyone's
comments, suggestions and support an are looking forward to working with UDOT to secure the transportation future of highway 89 in a manner that is best for all the residents who live along the east bench.
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