Governor's Executive Order Declaring a State of Emergency Because of Fire Danger.
Issued: September 1, 1994
WHEREAS, wildland fires are burning and continue to burn in various areas statewide and present a serious threat to public safety, property, natural resources and the environment; and
WHEREAS, some of the areas are extremely remote and inaccessible and the situation has the potential to greatly worsen if left unattended; and
WHEREAS, immediate action is required to suppress the fires to protect public safety, property, natural resources and the environment; and
WHEREAS, these conditions do create a disaster emergency within the intent of the Disaster Response and Recovery Act of 1981, and
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Michael O. Leavitt, Governor of the State of Utah by virtue of the power vested in me by the constitution and the laws of the State of Utah,
DO HEREBY ORDER THAT: It is found, determined and declared that a "State of Emergency" exists statewide due to the threat to public safety, property, natural resources and the environment for thirty days, effective as of September 1, 1994, requiring aid, assistance and relief available pursuant to the provisions of state statutes, and the State Emergency Operations Plan, which is hereby activated.
IN TESTIMONY, WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the Great Seal of the State of Utah this 1st day of September 1994.
Michael O. Leavitt
Olene S. Walker
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