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Heading into his last session at the State Capitol, retiring Senator Kevin Van Tassell says the legislature will continue to pour new money in education programs for Utah students.  Rich Brough has the story:

In a regular meeting set for Tuesday, the Snyderville Planning Commission will be looking at two proposed mixed-use projects, both along frontage roads north of Interstate 80 and both with similar issues.  Rick Brough previews the agenda:

 

The Park City School Board meets for the first time this year with a fairly light agenda including master planning and budget discussions. The board hired a planning consultant to help. Carolyn Murray has this:

Today on Mountain Money, Renai Bodley Miller  and Doug Wells visit with Jesse Mecham about his new book, You Need a Budget: The Proven System for Breaking the Paycheck-to-Paycheck Cycle, Getting Out of Debt, and Living the Life You Want.  Our second guest is Stanton Jones from the Silver Mountain Sports Club. Next we chat with Brent Amsbury from Park City Boot and, finally, Jack Rubin from the Park Meadows Country Club checks in.

On today’s program, Evelyn Lees has today’s Utah Avalanche Forecast Center Update. Summit County planners Ray Milliner and Jennifer Strader talk about tomorrow's Snyderville Basin planning commission agenda, which includes a possible recommendation on the Woodward Gorgoza project and the residential development along Rasmussen Road. Park City School District Superintendent Ember Conley has details on Tuesday’s school board meeting. In studio. Spokesman for U.S.

Today we welcome local singer-songwriter Cameron Mercer, who will be performing throughout the program. Our first guest is Lanny Derby, a member of Park City Curling Club, who will coach us on how to watch curling during the Olympics. Next up is Carl Roepke, a veteran of the US Luge Team who announces bobsled, luge and skeleton competitions at Utah Olympic Park. He'll explain what to expect in Korea, how to watch the sliding sports, and provide highlights on selected sports and athletes.

NOAA Weather Service

It’s been a dry, warm winter so far this season.  We’ve had persistent high pressure settling in over most of the Western states, and snow enthusiasts are looking to the long-range forecast for the hope of a break in this pattern.  Carolyn Murray has this report:

Back in November, Coalville Mayor Trevor Johnson was elected to another term.  One reason for his win, he told KPCW, is the city's recent success in improving its fluids infrastructure, starting with the sewer system and now moving to improve the water works.  Rick Brough has more:

Eastern Summit County Planning Commission

The East Summit County Planning Commission voted Thursday to turn down the proposed South Point project in Browns Canyon.  Rick Brough provides details.

Respect Rally Planned For Sundance Opening Weekend

Jan 5, 2018
KPCW

Last year, The Women’s March on Main was held in Park City on the first Saturday of the Sundance Film Festival.  It drew record crowds in Old Town. This year, on Saturday, January 20th, to mark the event, the same organizers are working on a rally that will focus on respect. Carolyn Murray has this:

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