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Vail's decision to withdraw their application to trademark the name "Park City" was welcome news to businesses with the city's name in their title.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has reaction: 

  This week, Nell and Chris speak with Daisy Fair, farm Manager at Copper Moose Farm, a local C.S.A. here in Park City.  

Mountain Money - July 19, 2016

Jul 19, 2016

  Larry and Doug’s first guest is Mark Rampolla, author of High-Hanging Fruit: Build Something Great by Going Where No One Else Will. . This book is for people who believe that it’s their duty to reach higher than just the bottom line to build businesses driven by passion, purpose, and integrity. Above all, it’s a call to arms for a new generation of entrepreneurs who want to disrupt the old model and do good by doing business. 
Second guest is Christy Bishop, Owner, Lemongrass And Co, an artisan gifting company based in Park City.

Park City Mayor Jack Thomas and former mayor Dana Williams react to the news that Vail has withdrawn its application to trademark the name "Park City".     A full statement from Mayor Thomas is below.

Here is a press release from Park City Municipal:

For Immediate Release

Park City Trademark Dispute Resolved

Mayor Jack Thomas expresses his appreciation for Vail Resort's decision to withdraw its trademark application; commends the community for its commitment to Park City

Vail Resorts is withdrawing its application to trademark the name Park City.   KPCW received this statement from Bill Rock, COO of Park City Mountain Resort, this morning:

Even with more than 100 ballots still uncounted from last month's primary election, and one of the major state races just votes apart, Utah's Lt. Governor says his hands are tied and the votes will not be counted.  KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more:

Heber City Police Department Facebook Page

  Heber City Police Department is holding an open house Saturday at the new public safety building.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has more:

Cindy Kaiser

The Tour of Utah cycles to Park City August 6-7, 2016.    Thursday night, City Council got an update on some changes with the event.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has more: 

Public health officials have closed Utah Lake.   They say a large, harmful algae bloom may pose a serious health risk to the public and animals.  Water samples from Utah Lake show the concentration of algae cells in the water are three times the threshold for closing a body of water.    The types of algae in the water release toxins that can affect brain, nervous system and liver function, according to officials with the Utah Department of Health.    

  The Morning Mix today, live from the Wallsburg Music Festival.  John and Jude’s first musical guest is Elizabeth Hareza who performs live from Wallsburg.  The second guest is Matthew Morrison who will be performing this weekend with the Utah Symphony at Deer Valley.  Then, John and Jude introduce Mindy Dillard who sings and plays live.  Final guest on the program is Rei Hotoda who is an associate conductor of the Utah Symphony.  Our thanks to Roger Crawford for his assistance in engineering the live broadcast from Wallsburg. 

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