With Park City and Summit County becoming an increasingly popular mecca for biking, both on the road and off, creating a culture of mutual respect between bikes and cars on the roadways is key. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
One major item for the Summit County Council in the future is an appeal from the Canyons Resort, to County Manager Bob Jasper's denial of a new ski maintenance building. Jasper said that is scheduled to be heard the first week of June. However, Jasper has made a decision on an item related to that. Rick Brough has more.
Chris and Nell first speak with Paul Burnett, Project Coordinator for Trout Unlimited. Afterwards,they talk to Lynn Suksdorf, Executive Director at Temple Har Shalom about their new roof-top solar systems at the Temple. Finally, Dave Kanter of Grid Point comes on to talk about energy efficiency software systems for commercial and industrial structures.
Even with today's announcement that the Cumming Family would be acquiring a majority of Snowbird, because it's a private deal - and not done through the family business, Powdr Corp - there's no news whether PCMR Season pass holders will enjoy any additional skiing benefits. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
Third District Court Judge Ryan Harris last week heard opposing arguments on another suspect of the legal war at the Sky Lodge, between Lodge owner Ken Abdalla and a group of unit owners. The lawsuit being discussed last week involves an owners group that says Abdalla's management company, Malibu, is diverting too much money from rental revenues due to the owners. But Abdalla's attorney says a small group is trying to usurp control of the Lodge and ruin Abdalla's business there. Rick Brough has more.