Any community with a mining past has contaminated soils and Park City is no stranger to the issue of soils mitigation. Now, the city is making a push to educate residents on how to keep in compliance with capping those soils on their property. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Incumbent Park City council person Cindy Matsumoto says she’s seeking re-election because she finds being on city council challenging, exciting, and interesting, and that her experience and involvement in the community, make her a viable candidate. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Twenty-one-year Park City resident Tim Henney is one of six candidates vying for one of two seats on the Park City Council. He says he has the time and energy to serve and thinks he can kick-start a conversation to lead the town's evolution. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
Alex Butwinski says he should be elected to a second four year term on Park City Council because he has the experience, the involvement with the community, and the ability to help the Council finish the tasks they're working on. Rick Brough has more.
Early voting is underway for the Park City Council race, and the primary election will move four of the six candidates forward to the November elections. One of those vying for one of two council seats is longtime Park City resident and Bonanza Park property owner, Mary Wintzer. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
In the first of a series of community educational forums, Park City Schools superintendent, Ember Conley, gave her first public presentation to establish open communication between the school district and the community. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
The Summit County Council is scheduled to hold a hearing next week, Wednesday, August 14th, on two proposed tax increases. But County Manager Bob Jasper says nevertheless that in several neighborhoods of the county, the total tax bill, in dollar and cents, is less than the previous year. Rick Brough has more.
For the second time in less than a month, a black bear has been shot after intruding into a Scout Camp in the High Uintas. Officials with the Division of Wildlife Resources shot a two-year-old male early Tuesday morning after their efforts failed to drive it away from camp. Rick Brough has more.
The Utah Attorney General's office has issued a written scolding to the board of directors of the Heber Light and Power company and recommends that the board improves the way it conducts the public business. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher reports.