On this edition of This Green Earth, hosts Nell and Chris first talk about the record-breaking heat wave occurring in India with Bob Henson, climate science blogger with the Weather Underground.  In addition, Bob mentions that last week it got up to 91 degrees in Eagle, Alaska!  After that, they speak with Anne Patterson, founder and CEO of Solavore, a company that manufactures and sells portable solar ovens. 

ON today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Cheryl Fox with the Summit Land Conservancy about their summer programs. Park City council candidate Nann Worrel - the first one to file talks about why she's running for one of the three seats. Summit County manager Tom Fisher previews Wednesday's council council agenda, including a possible approval of the Silver Creek Development Agreement.

A proposed new water pumping surcharge for homes and businesses above about 6,800 feet elevation in Park City, could go into effect as soon as July 1st. Leslie Thatcher has more.

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Park City and Summit County police are looking for those responsible for vandalizing and/or burglarizing 25 vehicles this past weekend. Leslie Thatcher has more.

ON today's Local News Hour, Park City council member and executive board member of Mountain Accord Andy Beerman has the latest following last Friday's board meeting. Park City school superintendent Ember Conley talks about the process to replace outgoing board member Moe Hickey as well as a budget update. Egyptian YouTheater director Jamie Wilcox previews their upcoming summer camps.

The executive committee of the Mountain Accord met last week to determine next steps in the process of forging the preservation plan for the Central Wasatch. Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

Mountain Trails Foundation director Charlie Sturgis says while the organization supports leash laws, it also supports "reasonable enforcement," which may include large off-leash areas in addition to high-enforcement and low-enforcement areas, and some no-dog areas.  Lynn Ware Peek has more.

On this edition of Mountain Money hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells welcome Mike Stallard, author of Connection Culture: The Competitive Advantage of Shared Identity, Empathy, and Understanding at Work. Then they interview Carrie Mayne, Chief Economist at the Department of Workforce Services. Finally they speak with Diania Turner, dispatcher for local taxi companies.

In this podcast of The Morning Mix, host John Wells and Peg Ijams broadcast live from the Olympic Welcome Plaza for Bike To Work Day with singer Amanda Johnson who performs live. Then its Trip Hopkins, President of the Utah Blues Society to talk about their upcoming event. Finally musician, Lisa Daggs and even KPCW General Manager Larry Warren chimes in.

Nann Worrel

A second Park City resident has announced she will run for Park City Council and will file an official declaration of candidacy next week. Leslie Thatcher has more.

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