Heber Light & Power has a new executive board made up of the three mayors from Heber, Midway and Charleston. It’s a complete turnover in leadership and with that comes a big change in direction. Carolyn Murray has this:
An agreement was signed between Heber Light and Power and Rocky Mountain Power in April to install high voltage transmission lines through the Heber Valley and in to a new substation to be located in Midway. In recent weeks, 2000 people have signed a petition asking the agencies and local authorities to put a hold on the project while the public has a chance to weigh in. Carolyn Murray has this:
The city of Midway held a three way primary in August with all female candidates running for mayor. With the general election next month, the 10 year resident challenging the incumbent thinks she can bring a new perspective to handling the growth pressures in Midway. Carolyn Murray has this:
Based on November’s election, it appears the community of Midway wants a change in direction. Celeste Johnson unseated Midway’s incumbent mayor with 57 percent of the vote. She’s ready to get to work on changes right off the bat.
On today’s program, Midway mayor elect Celeste Johnson has a run down on her priorities once she assumes the leadership position next month.Park City Council member Cindy Matsumoto has a recap about last night's meeting. SCPW (Summit Community Power Works) Executive Director Erin Bragg discusses their "Watts Down Lights Up" campaign which sponsored the purchase of more than 100 LED bulbs to outfit 7 units at the Line Condominiums recently and Park City Community Foundation Communications Manager Deanna Rhoades and Board Member Tom Raffa have details on this year’s Giving Guide.