November 2008 Sevier County ballot initiative may be last of its kind in Utah
The Salt Lake Tribune writes, "The members of the Right to Vote Committee in Sevier County are scrambling to gather signatures and initiate a referendum that would let voters decide if a coal-fired power plant should be built in the scenic Sevier Valley. It's an historic endeavor, but not because it's the first time that Utahns have demanded a direct say in how their communities will be developed. It's historic because it may well be the last."
See: Sevier County Coal-Fired Plant Referendum (2008)