As KPCW reported last week, Heber City has a six-month moratorium on residential building.  City leaders say during that time they want to gather public input on the future of their community. Heber City Planner Tony Kohler and consultant Thomas Eddington were on The Local News Hour with Leslie Thatcher to explain the process.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has more:

Renai Bodley

An elk herd has settled in the area of Old Ranch Road and Quarry Mountain.  The Utah Division of Wildlife tells KPCW they intend to trap and relocate the herd this winter, but they want to have a public meeting first to address residents' concerns about the animals.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has more:

The Summit County Council has signed an option to purchase 80 acres in Hoytsville to serve as the new location for the Summit County Fair. Leslie Thatcher has more.

The best ski hotel in the world is right in our backyard.  Stein Eriksen Lodge just won that title at the 2015 World Ski Awards.  And there were more accolades for other Royal Street enterprises.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has more:

Park City Film Studios

The developer of the Park City Film Studios, Greg Ericksen, has filed a new summary judgment motion in the legal fight with his financier. However, that motion is under seal. Meanwhile, Ericksen has won a round in oral arguments last week in Third District Court, against local businessman Gary Crandall. Ericksen's counterclaim has also named Crandall's business, Newpark Retail. Crandall asked for the business to be dismissed as a defendant, but that request was turned down by Third District Judge Kara Pettit. Rick Brough has more.

A sheriff's sale Tuesday morning on Talisker property in Summit County wound up looking like a re-run. Like the sale last month in Wasatch County, there was only one bid. A representatives for Wells Fargo, the bank foreclosing on the property, make an offer for $35 million. Rick Brough has more.

This Green Earth - November 24, 2015

Nov 24, 2015

  Joining Chris and Katy in the first part of the show is Jim  Steenburgh  a professor of atmospheric sciences at the University of Utah and author of  the bestselling book, “Secrets of the Greatest Snow on Earth.”  We get his thoughts on our coming El Nino winter – and the certainty’s and uncertainty’s associated with that.

  Doug and Larry's first guest is Tobie Stanger who is senior editor for  Consumer  Reports.  Seniors and their families lose billions of dollars each year to fraud. Financial elder abuse is rising fast.  Estimates of the crime’s frequency vary. A 2010 survey of seniors by the nonprofit Investor Protection Trust projected that 1 in 5 seniors had been taken advantage of financially.  In the second segment, Dana and Mark Gaunt of Vacation Lockers talk about Vacation Lockers.

With temperatures in the teens, few runs open, and thousands of excited skiers, the largest ski resort in America’s first ski season with that distinction got off to a chilly but jovial start on Saturday.  Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

Heber City Council voted unanimously Thursday night to annex almost 100 acres north of the city.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has more on what developers plan to do with the property.