As we reported, the Councils of Summit County and Park City met earlier this week to discuss how to extend mass transit. But County Council David Ure said reaching out to South Summit has its challenges. Rick Brough has more.
Utah State Senator Kevin Van Tassell, whose District 26 includes the Park City area, has a Democratic challenger, Wayne Stevens, who is a Vernal resident, like Van Tassell. Stevens talked to KPCW about environmental issues, and said he favors the proposed Tesoro oil pipeline.
You can help fund some needed trailhead improvements at a popular climbing spot while enjoying a climbing event this Saturday at the Mine Climbing gym at Redstone in Park City. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
County Council member David Ure says that, contrary to the suggestion by a Basin resident, it isn't improper that a fellow Council member has a small business in the first building set up in the Boyer Tech Park. Rick Brough has more.
In a brief discussion Wednesday, the Summit County Council heard from a Basin resident that the Boyer Tech Center at Kimball Junction isn't developing the kinds of businesses that were expected in its original plan. The citizen, Chris Hague, has also filed a GRAMA request concerning a business being operated by a Council member in the Tech Center's Building A. Rick Brough has more.
Lynn and John have a discussion with Naveena Sadasivam, reporter at ProPublica, an independent non-profit news room, about possible health implications of hydro fracking. Karen Wilkinson is the second guest. She is the co-author, with Mike Petrich, of The Art of Tinkering, a celebration of what it means to tinker: take things apart and build art that is part of science and technology.
A couple of court hearings scheduled for early next month in the ongoing legal dispute between Park City Mountain Resort and Vail Resorts. This Tuesday, however, Vail Resorts CEO Rob Katz offered to buy Park City’s access to the ski mountain and property that Vail Resorts holds a lease to. But Park City says no way to a Vail takeover. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.