Snider wants to make sure Cache County is given proper opportunities to grow

Casey Snider has been involved in agriculture for a long time and he has a similar involvement in politics. The Paradise resident is running for state representative in District 5, covering the southern part of Cache County.

Snider is running against Democrat Karina Brown of Hyrum.

He says he would like to serve and there are a lot of things he would like to do for Cache County.

I would like to make sure that Cache County is given the opportunity to grow,” Snider says. “That means making sure our infrastructure can compete for funding with other parts of the state. I know there is a lot of attention along the Wasatch Front. But as we’re growing we need to make sure our roads and our services are given the same state attention as other projects off site.

“I want to make sure that Cache County is part of the water conversation. I know the water district started up, but there are always conversations about what we’re going to do with the Bear River.”

Snider says Cache County’s future has always been very important to him.

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