Teri Orr, head of the Park City institute, says that even with the venue change The St. Regis Big Stars, Bright Nights series will still be offering its usual mix of legendary and new talent. Rick Brough has more:
This is the 20th season at the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Center for the Performing Arts. The Park City Institute schedules the center and uses it as home base. However, in the last 10 years, they’ve has searched for a new location so they can expand program offerings. The Treasure Hill development may have held some potential for a new center, but now that's off the table. Carolyn Murray has more on this:
Park City Institute may have found a location for their St. Regis Big Stars, Bright Nights outdoor concert series this summer. Institute Director Terri Orr says they're not counting their chickens yet; they're waiting on a decision from the Park City Council. Rick Brough has more:
On todays show our first guest was Utah State Representative for district 53, Logan Wilde. He was in to talk about upcoming legislation and other hot button issues like education, the new DUI law, rural jobs and air quality. Tom Farkas from Citizens Against The Wall was in to outline his concerns about UDOT"s noise barrier along I-80. Olympic Gold Medalist Nordic Skier, Billy DeMong and Marketing Director with the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation, Melanie Welsch, had an overview of the winner take all Olympic qualifiers coming up at the Utah Olympic Park this weekend.
Park City plans to spend $40-million dollars to build 800 units of affordable housing. The founder of Park City Base Camp thinks he may have a solution, if only temporary, to house seasonal workers. Leslie Thatcher reports: