Utahns who always wanted to tell the governor what they think face-to-face will get their opportunity Thursday.
Gov. Norm Bangerter has designated 3 to 4:30 p.m. as an open-door time for the public. Each person wanting to talk to the governor will be granted five minutes on a first-come, first-served basis, officials said. To get in, residents must come to Room 200 of the Capitol and sign a list just before 3 p.m.People who don't get in during the 90-minute session will be able to pre-sent their concerns to Bangerter's administrative assistants.
Bangerter said he is meeting with the public because he wants to hear directly about Utahns' concerns.