Governor Signs Clean Air Resolutions At SLC School 

Published on May 17, 2017 at 10:48AM

(Salt Lake City, UT) —  Governor Herbert wants to encourage Utahns to do more to help keep smog out of the air.  The governor went to Ensign Elementary School yesterday to sign two resolutions that he feels will help reduce the number of poor air-quality days in the state.  One resolution encourages Utahns to buy cars with better smog ratings, while the other encourages school districts to buy natural gas-powered buses.  The governor announced yesterday that the state would dedicate over seven-million-dollars in additional money from the Volkswagen settlement toward buying those buses.