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Even though the developer of the Kimball Art enter building has pulled his City Hall application for the re-development of the historic garage, he and his partners went ahead and closed on the multi-million dollar deal.  KPCW's Leslie Thatcher reports.

In this May Day edition of The Morning Mix, hosts John Wells and Peg Ijams welcome musical guest Belle Jewel. Then it's Renee Huang to talk about UT Symphony concerts in PC. Also the Great SL Bird Festival with Nikki Wayment. Plus Weekend Events and Stuff and Junk.

    

In todays podcast of Cool Science Radio hosts Lynn Ware Peek and John Wells speak with Earl Foote who is owner of Nexus IT Consultants, a complete information technology  support provider in operation since 1998. Earl has just written a book titled The Secret To Finding Honest Competent Responsive IT Services.

Today on The Mtn Life, Lynn Ware Peek and guest co-host Chris Cherniak speak first with long time physical therapist Marlene Hatch about running mechanics and a clinic coming up with some local experts.  If you’re a runner, stay tuned.

Then we speak with Sofia Mileti. .  She’ll talk about how foods can heal and how to integrate those foods into your daily routine.  

Finally Todd Hageman, technical director from the Tour of Utah who announces the new route and host towns for the 2015 Tour taking place in August.

In today's Local News Hour podcast, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Park City school board members Tania Knauer and Moe Hickey about the possibility of a future bond election now that the board is moving forward with its grade realignment plan. Bea Peck the vice chair of the Snyderville Basin planning commission explain the commission's vote to recommend a new trailhead off the Silver Summit Parkway.

Park City school board member and former school board president Moe Hickey announced his resignation from the school board effective June 30th. Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

Park City Winter Sports school 9th grader Alex Lundstrom is the North American Big Mtn Freeskiing  Champion for his age group. He was recently crowned at the North American Championships  at Grand Targhee resort.  Lynn Ware Peek has more.

First up on today's show is Daisy Fair, Head of Farming Operations at Copper Moose Farms in Park City. Daisy talks about the early season plantings, seedlings and the difference between organic and biodynamic farming.  After that, Zach Frankel, Executive Director of Utah Rivers Council,joins Chris and Nell to discuss the successful launch of a Rain Harvest Program down in Salt Lake County and Murray City.  Rain Barrels for $40?  That's a great deal!

Leslie Thatcher

In Tuesday's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Peace House representatives about the organization's 20 year anniversary. Summit County manager Tom Fisher gives details on the county's new Strategic Plan. Park City's two Rotary Clubs square off in an LED bulb switch - we find out who won and 14 year old Alex Lundstrom is joined by his coach Todd Francis - to tell us how he won the 2015 IFSA NorAm Championship in Grand Targhee.

In today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with PCSD superintendent Ember Conley about Tuesday's scheduled vote to realign the grades and possible need to hold a bond election in November. Summit County planners Amir Caus and Ray Miliner review Tuesday's agenda for the Snyderville Basin Planning Commission meeting.  The founder of ChickFest Annette Velarde previews Sunday's event where more than 40 energy practitioners will be gathering and Jenny Dorsey has the details about Saturday's Silver Queen Derby to benefit the People's Health Clinic.

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