What is H.B. 288?

In the 2019 General Session, the Utah State Legislature passed and Governor Gary Herbert subsequently signed into law, House Bill (H.B.) 288, Critical Infrastructure Materials. The law allows for the creation of Critical Infrastructure Materials Areas and protects the extraction, excavation, processing, mining and reprocessing of materials such as sand and gravel in certain areas.    

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1. What is Geneva proposing?
2. What is the application process & timeline?
3. How can I get involved?
4. What is H.B. 288?
5. What is the definition of Open Space?
6. What is the definition of Manufacturing?
7. What is the definition of Basic Industry?
8. What is the definition of Mineral Extraction?
9. What is an Open Space zone?
10. What is an M2 zone?
11. What is an A5 zone?
12. What is a Hillside Sensitive Overlay?
13. What is the land use description for Industrial and Manufacturing?