The Summit County Council Wednesday night voted four to one to turn down the proposed Stone Ridge development. That came after four years of deliberation on the project, and a lengthy public hearing last Wednesday night at the Richins Services Building.
Park City and the Snyderville Basin Special Recreation District are conducting a Community Attitude and Interest Survey to help establish future priorities.
Neighborhood opponents of the Stone Ridge development are urging citizens to turn out for a public hearing Wednesday before the County Council. It’s scheduled for 6pm., at the Richins Services Building. Rich Brough has more.
The Park City Historical Society isn’t happy about a recent demolition of what it considers to be a historical home at 920 Empire Avenue. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher reports.
Canyons Resort kicked off its 5th annual Spring Gruv this weekend. KPCW’s Nate Vineyard reports on the event.
Park City high school senior Caleb Case was one of 13 Utah students honored this week for earning a perfect score on his college ACT entrance exam. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
The Treasure Mountain Junior High School Robotics Club debuted their robot at a competition in Denver last weekend. KPCW’s Lynn Ware Peek has more.
There’s another development in the Park City Follies dispute.
Local writer Annette Velarde, from the Park City Creative Group, still says she is abandoning her pursuit of the “Park City Follies” name as a federal trademark. But she is rejecting an attorney’s letter from the Egyptian with a list of conditions for a settlement.
Velarde told KPCW Wednesday that she’s letting her attorney go, and the other side can come to her personally if they want to talk. Rick Brough has more.
Local Writer Annette Velarde says she’s calling a truce in the local Follies feud and is giving up any claim to the name “Park City Follies.” But she said she is still working on a comedy production and spoof, to be done in the fall.
State Representative Mel Brown says in spite of what the press says about the recently concluded legislative session, a lot was accomplished and public education came out the winner. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.