OGDEN — There’s still no word on Ogden’s ultimate position on the Utah Community Renewable Energy Act — but judging from a recent city council work session, the city’s legislative body, much like that of the administration, has some serious apprehension about the program.

Junction City’s seven-member council expressed a wide range of concerns about the initiative earlier this week — from not having enough information on costs and shifting program deadlines to not having a more of a voice on how things move forward in Ogden.

Also known as House Bill 411, the CREA is the ambitious clean-energy program adopted by the Utah Legislature during 2019’s general session. The bill calls for Utah cities that choose to participate to move

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