Recycle Utah

Ships and semi-trucks bring foods from all over the world, but what if your next meal was limited to only what is available within 100 miles?

Recycle Utah is holding their 3rd annual 100-mile meal on August 11. The event menu features ingredients exclusively sourced from farms within a 100-mile radius of the Recycling Center in Park City.  Recycle Utah’s executive director, Carolyn Wawra, spoke with KPCW.

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  The Wasatch County Council met last week on a couple of water issues along with a discussion about the Highway 40 corridor management plan. Planning efforts are underway to build a bypass route around Heber City and the County Council wanted to be sure Heber municipal is on board with the overall management plan.  Carolyn Murray has this:

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Social Equity maestro Kilo Zamora talks to KPCW about what social equity is and isn’t. Melissa Allison has more:

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Friday is the last day for interested parties to respond to the request for proposal submitted by Park City. They’re looking for someone to identify a location and work on the final design for the proposed Quinn’s Junction Park and Ride. Melissa Allison has more:

In this segment of the program, Luke Cartin with Park City Municipal and Chad Ambrose with Rocky Mountain Power talk about a joint venture they are involved with, one which provides LED lighting systems to local businesses.

The first guests are Clint McAfee and Michelle DeHaan, with Park City Municipal, and both involved in the plans to expand and upgrade Park City’s treatment and expansion of its potable water treatment system.

Summit County Manager Tom Fisher has a preview of Wednesday's County Council meeting.  The Lincoln Station rezone proposal is up for a possible decision from Council.  It would allow for 78 units on a 4 acre parcel on Bitner Road.  Included in the project is small commercial space. Wasatch County Manager Mike Davis talks with KPCW about the Truth in Taxation hearing held last week by the Wasatch County Council to address the aging water lines coming from the Duchesne area. It represents a small tax increase to the residents of Wasatch County.

Park City Sailing is launching a Women &Wind Series

Park City Sailing Association has been sailing on the Jordanelle for just over 10 years. During that time the club has seen growth. Association representative Casey Marsh says they’re now focused on increasing participation among women.

Niki de Saint Phalle. Dawn (jaune), 1993 © 2018 NIKI CHARITABLE ART FOUNDATION, All rights reserved. Photo Pietromarchi

The Kimball Art Center is welcoming a new exhibit.

The Kimball Art Center will be welcoming an exhibit featuring the art of  Niki de Saint Phalle starting this Friday evening. Nancy Stoakes is the curator for the center.

“The Kimball is so excited to be presenting the fantastic work of Niki de Saint Phalle. (Her) work has recently been presented in retrospective exhibitions at these fantastic institutions in Europe.” Stoakes said, “To be able to bring it here to the Kimball and share it with our community is such an exciting opportunity.”

Southfield Station Heber Essential Worker Housing

Mountainlands Community Housing Trust celebrates 25 years of building affordable housing in Summit and Wasatch Counties. They have a few developments in Wasatch County, a project in the town of Francis in Summit County and agreements for a project in Silver Creek. Carolyn Murray has this:

Scott Loomis has been the Director of the Mountainlands Community Housing Trust since 2001.  They’ve built over 200 homes and about 250 apartments since he’s been there.  

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