KAYSVILLE – The Davis Chamber of Commerce will hold a meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 28 for the general public to discuss changing plans for the West Davis Corridor.
The 9 a.m. meeting will be held by the chamber’s transportation committee, but the public is encouraged to attend.
It will be held in the Northfront Business Resource Center on the Davis Applied Technology College campus, at 450 S. Simmons Way.
“The Chamber is 100 percent supportive of the need for this vital artery,” it published in an e-mail newsletter. “However, we do not take a position on which option should be chosen, leaving that to the UDOT process to determine. A key component of that process is input from the entire community.”
Plans have changed for the corridor because soil testing found less wetland there than had previously been planned for. That widens the are in which the highway will be built, said Chamber Pres. Jim Smith, and means it won’t have to interfere with as many neighborhoods.
There are four or five areas of major change, he said. Visit the Utah Dept. of Transportation webpage about the project at udot.utah.gov/westdavis for more information.
UDOT will meet with the Farmington City Council on Tuesday, Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. and with the West Point City Council on Tuesday, Dec. 4, at 7 p.m.