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The PC CAPS program launches at Park City High school in the Fall. Corporate and community professionals say this program is vital to delivering students to the real world. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
The Utah Senate Wednesday sent this year’s equalization bill on to the full senate saying it’s time to take action to ensure every student in Utah is treated fairly and to avoid a lawsuit. KCPW’s Leslie Thatcher reports.
As the Park City manager search has just opened up to any internal applicants, one candidate has stepped up – it’s Interim city manager Diane Foster. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Lynn Ware Peek starts with a conversation with Charlie Sturges, Director of the Mountain Trails Foundation. Then, in the continuing series on relationships, Jill Blakeway, author of “Sex Again, Recharging Your Libido”, is on. Finally, an interview with Anne Fletcher. Anne’s book “Inside Rehab: The Surprising Truth About Addiction, Treatment and How To Get Help That Works” is today’s topic.
Summit County Council Member Roger Armstrong says the county should be careful in considering a major change in the Development Agreement for the Boyer Business Park, which would say the tenants there are not limited to high-tech or research uses.
After its many month long search to recruit a new city manager, the fruitless search has prompted Park City council to take a new direction to find a suitable city manager. KPCW’s Lynn Ware Peek has more.
When the Park City council looks to the future to plan and shape priorities for the community, they first take a look at their past successes. That’s what staff and council spent Thursday doing in day one of its two day visioning session. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Nell Larson welcomes guest host Tyler Poulson, Park City Environmental Sustainability manager. Their first guest is Philip Cafaro, editor of the new book “Life On the Brink: Environmentalists Confront Overpopulation”. In the second half, 2 guests: Dr. Michael Mann and director Craig Rosebraugh of the film”Greedy, Lying Bastards”, which exposes the efforts of the oil industry to undermine the scientific consensus of global warming.
Members of the commission tasked with making recommendations to the Park City Council whether a second soils repository should be built with tax dollars, heard from property owners Monday whose developments are on hold now that the Richard Flat repository was shut down to public use. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher – a member fo the Blue Ribbon Commission – has more.