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  Lynn and John’s first guest is Alan Westenskow, Director Business Development for Proterra. With the launch of their first fast-charge bus the EcoRide, Proterra broke new ground and became the leading innovator of zero-emission commercial vehicle solutions.

Host Leslie Thatcher welcomes today's guests to the morning news hour:

  • State House District 53 representatives Mel Browne and Logan Wilde
  • Director of Ski Utah Nathan Rafferty talks about record-breaking ski season and outlook for coming summer and winter 
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Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney speak with Todd Hageman,  technical director for the Tour of Utah; he’ll talk about this year’s course and where the 53,000 vertical feet of climbing will take the professional cyclists on the 7-day, 704-mile stage race.

Host Lynn Ware Peek welcomes today's guests to the morning news hour:

  • Snyderville Planning Chair Bea Peck

      

  • Park City Manager Diane Foster and Economic Development director Jonathan Weidenhammer discuss the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting.

      

  • Three-time Olympian Tracy Evans Land talks about upcoming Olympic Day events she is planning in Park City. Events begin June 16, and the first public panel is June 21 at Temple Har Shalom.

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Art Brothers, Petra Butler and Moe Hickey will face off in a June 28th primary for the District 3 Seat of the Park City School Board.   The seat is currently occupied by Tania Knauer.  They participated in a forum at KPCW Tuesday, Lynn Ware Peek has this report.  

Host Leslie Thatcher welcomes today's guests to the morning news hour:

  • School Board primary candidates District 3 - Art Brothers, Moe Hickey and Petra Butler
  • Summit County Clerk Kent Jones will talk about the mail-in vote and what they've seen so far

A new parking program in Old Town will provide incentives for using transit,  and news fees for driving and parking,  but the details won’t be hammered out for months.  Lynn Ware Peek has more.

 Joining Chris on the first segment of the program is Mike Luers who is the General Manager of the Snyderville Basin Recreation District.  They talk of existing wastewater collection and treatment infrastructure and what plans there might be for expansion.

Then in the second half of the show, National Weather Service Senior Hydrologist,  Brian McInerney, recaps the past three months of weather and climate conditions locally and  throughout the state.

Wasatch County Sheriff's Office is warning Heber Valley residents to watch their money.   Counterfeit $20 bills are showing up at local businesses.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has more: 

Here's a link to the U.S. Department of the Treasury website that tells you how to spot a fake bill.

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 What's the five-year plan for Midway?  A recent survey of residents shows they want more open space, more animals and better trails.  City leaders are holding a public workshop Tuesday, June 14, from 6pm - 8pm, at town hall to get input on the city's general plan.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has more:  

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