Park City Water Manager Clint McAffee says that a water line break last week that affected 50 households in the Prospector area was caused by a malfunction at the Quinn’s water treatment plant. Rick Brough has more.
The new movie character “The Dictator” could have come from a sketch on Saturday Night Live. Rick Brough has this week’s Friday Film Review.
The Summit County Council announced Wednesday afternoon that it has reached an agreement to buy the Stone Ridge property, held by Nadine Gilmor, which had been proposed for development. The purchase price is over $7.4 million dollars. Rick Brough has more.
The topic of entry gates for neighborhoods – often controversial in the past – returned Tuesday night to the Snyderville Planning Commission. The planning group put off a decision on a gate for the Ridge at Red Hawk subdivision. They asked the applicants to get together with staff to clear up some of the complicated, murky history behind the application. Rick Brough has more.
Among other items, the Summit County Council meeting Wednesday, will look at financing recreation projects in the county; and will take another step to putting a cemetery district on the ballot. Rick Brough has more.
The head of a local water bottle company is the host for this month’s Art Talk at the Kimball Art Center. On Thursday at 6p.m., Canice Harte will talk about the art of designing everyday objects. Rick Brough has more.
Business signs and entry gates are some of the major topics for the Snyderville Planning Commission, in their regular meeting this week. Rick Brough has more.
It’s graduation season, and that includes the Oakley private school, which is graduating 30 students on June 8th. Rick Brough has more.
The Summit County Council didn’t come to any decisions Wednesday about a Snyderville cemetery, or whether it should go on the former PRI property along Highway 224 – or if so, where. Rick Brough has more.
Members of the Summit County Council say they could support using public land near the Utah Olympic Park as a temporary staging area if the Winter Games return to Utah. Rick Brough has more.