The Park City planning commission Wednesday is scheduled to look at separating residential lots in Park Meadows, make a recommendation on the Stein Ericksen Residences and make a recommendation on the proposed annexation of Round Valley. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
First up, representatives from Chipotle Restaurant join Nell and Chris to talk about their mission of "Food with Integrity", along with their new online series called "Farmed and Dangerous". After that, they speak with author Fred Pearce about a piece he wrote for Conservation Magazine which describes the relationship TV is having on third-world women and fertility rates.
The Park City High School Center for Advanced Professional Studies, or PC CAPS, prepares students for the real world with real world projects. The program seeks students may be interested for next school year. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
The latest ruling from Third District Court is a mixed bag for the two sides in the Park City ski resort fight, as Judge Ryan Harris ruled in part for the Park City Mountain Resort and partly for Talisker - the landlord for the bulk of the Mountain Resort's ski hill. Favoring Talisker, the judge refused to throw out its claim that the Mountain Resort is unlawfully in possession of the ski mountain, and is subject to eviction. Talisker can continue to litigate that allegation.
The Snyderville Planning Commission's fairly small agenda Tuesday night has a couple of items from Canyons Resort. Primarily, they're looking again at the Resort's proposed new ski maintenance building. Rick Brough has more.
The Summit County Sheriff's Department reported it was busy last Saturday with a snowmobile accident in the Uintas and later, the pursuit of a suspect along the Highway 40 corridor. Rick Brough has more.