Only one of five candidates seeking two spots on the Cedar Hills Town Council will be eliminated in Tuesday's primary election.
Incumbent Councilwoman Elizabeth Johnson wants another term to oversee plans for a water storage tank and a shopping district.Incumbent Councilman Ken Cro-mar said the city must increase its tax base to prepare and secure water for the future.
Environmental consultant Steve Kesler says the town must plan for the future rather than react to emergencies.
Roy Leek, owner of Reparrot Windshield Repair, wants to provide a citizen voice, not a political agenda.
BYU law student Daniel E. Witte says he can bring a youthful perspective and urban planning background to Cedar Hills.