2 named to Utah Transportation Commission

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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Gov. Jon Huntsman has named two new members to the Utah Transportation Commission.

Jeffrey Holt and Wayne Barlow will serve six-year terms on the seven-member panel.

Holt is an investment banker who lives in Huntsville and works for the Bank of Montreal.

Barlow is an inventor and chief executive of Wescor, a cystic fibrosis diagnosis company. He lives in Logan.

The commission sets Utah Department of Transportation policy and funding priorities in the roads budget appropriated by the Utah Legislature and Congress.

The two replace Glen Brown and Steve Bodily.


Information from: The Salt Lake Tribune

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