The group Citizens Against the Wall is asking Utah Gov. Gary Herbert to stop the noise wall project planned along the west side of Interstate Highway 80 until the criteria that the Utah Department of Transportation used in its decision-making process to build the wall can be investigated.
UDOT has completed noise balloting for the I-80 Westbound Truck Lane and Wildlife Improvements project. With 93 % voting in favor of a noise barrier, the results surpass UDOT’s noise abatement requirements. The variable height, 7 to 17 foot high barrier will be built as part of a larger freeway project scheduled for 2018.The announcement was sent to KPCW late in the day last Friday, right before the long holiday weekend. Carolyn Murray has this:
This morning begins with Summit County Council Member Doug Clyde, who recaps Wednesday's meeting. Next, Park City Environmental Sustainability Project Manager Celia Peterson discusses the Library Box program that the city council is funding. Finally, we hear details on upcoming youth programs from Heather Sims, director of after school programs at Youth Sports Alliance; Eric Myers, of the Park City Curling Club; and Canice Harte, owner of Park City Running Company.