According to White, the low usage of water can be attributed almost entirely to the rain that has been gracing Utah with its presence much more frequently than usual.
"The usage was quite minimal due to the moisture we've received," White said.
A public hearing date, June 22, was also put on the agenda as well. The date is actually a seldom-used deadline.
"By law, that's the day the county is supposed to have the mil levy back," White said. "If we were to raise our mil levy rates that would be the deadline to do it."
The rates probably won't be changed, but the hearing is set just in case.