The Snyderville Planning Commission held the first public hearing Tuesday night to present land-use principals for their General Plan Update, Phase II. About half a dozen citizens spoke, touching on items like the future of the Highway 40 corridor and the importance of transit connections. Rick Brough has more.
As we reported, former Sundance staffer Virginia Pearce has stepped up to a new role dealing with film in Utah. She has been appointed head of the Utah Film Commission. Rick Brough has more of her conversation with KPCW.
Today in the program, hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney speak with Mike Kilchenstein of RAMP Sports about the big event coming up this weekend, the second annual Bamboozle Art Show and Party. He’ll share about all the sustainable materials you about the sustainable materials that go into skis and snow boards, then eventually are re-purposed for art.
Then Tara Mohr, author of Playing Big. She is all over the media with her message – especially to women to find your voice and your passion and to play bigger in their work and in their lives.
Christopher Robinson is asking to be elected a third time to the Summit County Council, saying he's ready to take on the difficult challenges and he has the experience to bear on just about anything that comes to the Council. Rick Brough has more.
The two candidates running for House District 54 appeared before Park City Rotary on Tuesday. The incumbent Republican Kraig Powell and his Democratic challenger Glenn Wright traded opinions on education funding, the environment and public lands. Rick Brough has more.
Park City Municipal and Summit County officials will compile data this week collected by those who attended Monday's Mountain Accord meeting, to flush out what the public added to the process of what County Manager Bob Jasper calls, "saving the Wasatch from being 'loved to death'." Rick Brough has more.
In this edition of This Green Earth Chris Cherniak and guest co-host Carolyn Frankenberg first speak with Charles Nuckolls, a member of MESA, Mormon Environmental Stewardship Alliance. After that, they speak with Elizabeth Royte about her article in National Geographic Magazine titled The High Cost of Food Waste. Farmers, shippers, supermarkets and restaurants are all employing tactics to reduce the amount of food loss and food waste.
Called academic and utopian by some detractors, the rezoning of the Bonanza Park Redevelopment is under scrutiny by the public, and city officials also seek to discover if the form based code zoning will accomplish what they intended. Lynn Ware Peek has more.