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mycommunitysolar.org

If you missed the deadline to install solar energy at home at a discount rate, don’t worry.   That deadline has been extended.  KPCW’s Renai Bodley has the details:

Local News Hour - September 6, 2016

Sep 6, 2016

  On today’s program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit Land Conservancy Director Cheryl Fox. Utah Clean Energy Project Coordinator Clayton Johnson announces that Mountain Town Community Solar will extend registration for another month. Park City has hired a new Sustainability Manager Luke Cartin and the Egyptian’s Youth Theater director Jamie Wilcox has details about this year’s school programs.

  Jason Barto with the non- profit Wasatch Back Trees joins us in the first part of the show to discuss how our backyard trees and forests fared this summer.  And some tree planting events Wasatch Back Trees is holding in September.  Then in the second half of the program, Courtney Caplan joins Chris to talk about what EATS Park City has been doing this past summer and their upcoming event Sunday, September 18th.  

  Jason Barto with the non- profit Wasatch Back Trees joins us in the first part of the show to discuss how our backyard trees and forests fared this summer.  And some tree planting events Wasatch Back Trees is holding in September.  Then in the second half of the program, Courtney Caplan joins Chris to talk about what EATS Park City has been doing this past summer and their upcoming event Sunday, September 18th.  

The Park City Council Says, "New Ordinances, Please"

Sep 2, 2016
utah.gov

The Park City economic development manager Jonathan Weidenhamer told city council Thursday that he’s working with city manager Diane Foster to address the issue of vacant storefronts on Main St. 

Lacey Furnish

Wasatch High School is investigating a safe schools violation which occurred in one of the school's parking lots Thursday. Leslie Thatcher has more.

Vail Resorts

Your Epic pass,  just got, well, more epic. Leslie Thatcher explains.

utah.gov

Attorneys for Rep. Mel Brown have informed the Utah Supreme Court that they are dropping their suit, asking to have disputed ballots counted in the House District 53 race that Brown lost by a razor-thin margin. Rich Brough has more.

ppes.pcschools.us

In an op ed piece to the Park record, Park City resident Eric Oberg wrote the decision to eliminate 11th grade Sage testing has far reaching consequences. He hopes the Park City Board of Education will reconsider their decision. Carolyn Murray has more.

August Book Review - Did You Ever Have a Family

Sep 1, 2016
npr.org

"Did You Ever Have a Family" is the first novel but third book by literary agent and author Bill Clegg. His first two books are memoirs yet, he seems much too young to have lived enough life to fill two memoirs but he has.

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