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Park City Municipal is being sued by the owner of an affordable-housing unit in the Flagstaff area. In the litigation filed in Third District Court, Gretchen Brooks says that under the city’s enforcement of the Deed Restriction on her unit, she can’t rent it for enough to cover her costs, and she can’t personally use the housing. Rick Brough has more.
The newest action blockbuster in theaters is, simply, a bust. That’s according to Mark Harrington, who has this week’s Friday Film Review.
Community Voices new host line up is Lynn Ware Peek and John Wells. Today, they start the hour with author Army Colonel Ted Spain, discussing his book “Breaking Iraq:the Ten Mistakes that Broke Iraq”. This is an inside look at how the failure to understand and implement basic fundamentals in creating structure in nation building can lead to failure. In the second half, Craig Downer, author of “The Wild Horse Conspiracy”. This book presents new evidence concerning their history and evolution in North America.
Connect with KPCW Radio as we join NPR’s celebration of music on public radio for all of April.
Hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney talk to representatives of “Running With Ed” a fun relay race and healthy edition to our community. Second, Rich Bullough, Director of Summit County Health Department, a recent study on ozone levels in Park City. The last interview is with Donna Freitas, author of the book, “The End of Sex, How Hookup Culture is Leaving a Generation Unhappy, Sexually Unfilled and Confused About Intimacy”.
Summit County Republicans will meet at their county convention tomorrow night where they will elect their new officers now that current party chairman Henry Glasheen has announced he’ll be running for that position on the state level. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher reports.
Treasure Mountain Junior High School teacher Julie Hooker is this month’s Utah Jazz/Century Link All-Star teacher and as a winner, she and her student – 9th grader Micaela Berglund were invited to last week’s Jazz game. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has the story.
Even with overwhelming public support for renewable energy – Utah’s renewable energy production has remained stagnant. But HEAL Utah – and some Summit County residents – hope to change that. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher reports.
The Park City Mayor’s seat comes up for election this November and the first candidate to announce he’ll run is Park City council member Andy Beerman. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
State environmental officials say that western Summit County is seeing elevated levels of ozone–and the county could be designated as a problem area if federal pollution standards change. But they told the Summit County Council Wednesday that there is no particular new law or program they can adopt as a cure. Rick Brough has more.