Next month, the Utah Education Interim Committee will consider a bill that would raise 400 million dollars and provide ongoing funding for Utah schools by eliminating a tax exemption that favors large families. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
One of The Park City planning commission’s present and ongoing challenges is to examine the community’s goals of historic character, small town, sense of community, and natural setting alongside development pressures. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
If the renovation of the Old Claimjumper building on Main Street seems like it’s taking a significant amount of time to complete, that’s because it is. Neighbors on the back side of the building, on Park Avenue, are growing weary of the impacts to their neighborhood. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Today, Larry and Doug start with Duff McDonald, author of "The Story of McKinsey and Its Secret Influence on American Business". Then, Tony Tyler, Project Manager, Iron Mountain Group, Manager, Juniper Landing Homeowners Association, Inc. Finally, in the studio, Kim Deimling, franchise owner of TapSnap, digital photo booth.
While Park City and the Sundance Institute have reached an agreement to extend their festival contract through 2026, a major part of that deal is the resolution of an issue that's been lingering for several years. That's the agreement for Sundance to move off the Martin Luther King holiday when there's a conflict on the calendar. Rick Brough has more.