Governor News Advisories

Governor Herbert will facilitate a roundtable discussion with various stakeholders to explore immigration reform that best serves Utah's interests. Approximately 30 people have been invited to participate in the discussion, including lawmakers, members of the faith-based community, minority groups, law enforcement, business leaders and others to discuss options for the state.

Governor Herbert will host the first meeting of the recently established Great Salt Lake Council at Antelope Island State Park. The goal of the Council is to provide advice to Governor Herbert, the Utah Department of Natural Resources and the Utah Department of Environmental Quality concerning the sustainable use, protection and development of the Great Salt Lake.

Will launch the formal planning process of the Utah Energy Initiative, which includes the 10-year strategic energy plan announced in the Governor's State of the State address earlier this year.

Will announce his appointment to the Utah Supreme Court. The person selected will fill the vacancy resulting from the retirement of Justice Michael J. Wilkins.

Participate in the Governor's Public Safety Summit, which will bring together more than 400 individuals representing a wide variety of local, state and federal public safety and emergency management disciplines as well as non-governmental organizations, educational institutions and the private sector.

Governor Herbert will sign ceremonial copies of several pieces of legislation that supports Utah service members and their families.

Governor Herbert will sign ceremonial copies of four bills related to Utah Health System Reform passed during the 2010 legislative session.

Governor Herbert will ceremonially sign SB117, which designates Route 68 in Salt Lake City from 2100 South to 1700 North as the Pete Suazo Memorial Highway.

Governor Herbert will ceremonially sign SB117, which designates Route 68 in Salt Lake City from 2100 South to 1700 North as the Pete Suazo Memorial Highway.

Governor Herbert will announce the Utah Clean Diesel Trucking Initiative, in which nearly $600,000 in federal and state grants will be spent to help 15 trucking businesses install anti-idling devices in long-haul trucks.

Governor Herbert will remind all Utahns of the importance of participating in the 2010 Census, as well as officially declare April 2010 as "Census Awareness Month in Utah"

Governor Herbert will host Olympic athletes with Utah ties at a luncheon in their honor, as well as officially declare March 23 as "Utah Olympians and Paralympians Day" in Utah

Governor Herbert will be joined by Rep. Daw and leaders from Utah's BSA Councils to recognize the association's 100th anniversary this afternoon at the Utah State Capitol.

Governor Herbert and Mayor Becker, joined by mayors from across the Wasatch Front, including Salt Lake County Peter Corroon and Provo Mayor John Curtis, will announce efforts to improve air quality across the State.

The Governor will release his budget recommendations.

The Governor will release his budget recommendations.

The Governor will announce the appointment of a new senior adviser, as well as the creation of a panel of experts to address sound public policy for state resources.

A permanent exhibit highlighting the service of Utah's 16th Governor, Jon M. Huntsman, Jr., will be unveiled at Utah's Territorial Statehouse in Fillmore. The Territorial Statehouse was the site of Governor Huntsman's first State of the State address in 2005.

WHAT: Governor Herbert and board members from the Governor's Office of Economic Development will receive notice of the significant expansion to the Utah operations of a global corporation.

Governor Herbert will introduce the State's Economic Development team. As the Governor stated in his inaugural address, Economic Development is one of primary focuses for his administration. This team of professionals will energize the effort in Utah.

Governor Herbert will announce the launch of Utah's Complete Count Committee - a group each state has been asked to form to encourage participation in the 2010 Census.

Governor Herbert will announce an exciting new initiative to improve state government through efficiency, transparency and accountability

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — Lieutenant Governor Gary R. Herbert will take the oath of office to officially become Utah’s 17th Governor on Tuesday, Aug. 11.

Herbert will announce his nominee to replace him as Lt. Governor.

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