Voters in unincorporated areas of south Davis County will elect trustees in a combined election for the South Davis County Sewer District and South Davis County Water Improvement District boards Wednesday, Dec. 6.
Ray A. Bronson and R. Mack Wilkins are seeking a six-year term on the sewer district board. The seat represents voters in the unincorporated county area of the district. The seat will be vacated by Arnell E. Heaps who was required to leave the board because the Val Verda area where he lives was annexed by Bountiful, said Dal Wayment, district general manager.The sewer district's seven-member board makes policies and decisions for sewer operation which serves Bountiful, West Bountiful, North Salt Lake, Centerville and surrounding unincorporated areas. The district's current budget is $1.5 million.
Jerry W. Lynn, an incumbent, Alvin F. Petersen and Eugene O. Ward are seeking a six-year term on the water district board, said Lynne B. Johnston, district clerk.
Whoever is elected to the board will serve with two other trustees who oversee culinary and irrigation water use in the south Davis area. The district was created in 1956. The district's current budget is $537,900.
There will be two polling places in the election.
Voters living in the area on the north side of 3100 South and north to district boundaries will vote at Boulton Elementary School, 2611 S. Orchard Drive. Voters living in that area and voting districts numbered Davis 4, 5, 6, and 7; West Bountiful 1 and 9; Woods Cross 4; and North Salt Lake 3 will vote in the elections.
Voters living on the south side of 3100 South to the districts' boundaries will vote at Adelaide Elementary School, 731 W. 3600 South. Voters living in that area and the voting districts North Salt Lake 1 and 5; Davis 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5; and Bountiful 41 will vote in the elections.
Polls will be open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m.