Results from a study of the Thaynes Canyons water supply system are inconclusive so it remains unclear just what caused a water problem last fall. KPCW’s Linda Gorton has more…
Hundreds of flowers, shrubs and trees planted more than 10 years ago as part of the Highway 248 renovation project completed before the 2002 Olympics are now gone as the highway gets repaved and travleling lanes added to Park City’s back door corridor. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher reports.
Following a crowded public hearing Tuesday night, the Heber City council cast a split decision, voting 3 to 2 to drop a 45% tax increase for the coming year’s budget. Council members shared their thoughts about Heber’s budget dilemmas with the audience. As KPCW’s Rick Brough repoerts, one council member even pushed for a vote on next year’s budget, even though it wasn’t noticed on the agenda.
About 100 citizens crowded into the Heber City council chambers last night, with most of the speakers criticizing a proposed 45% property tax increase. After that, the Heber council voted 3 to 2 to drop the idea from their tentative budget. KPCW’s Rick Brough reports.
Motorists on Interstate 80 in Summit County for the next two weekends should plan to add some time to their travel plans as UDOT replaces two bridges at Summit Park. The bridge replacements will require that I-80 is closed overnight for the next two weekends so crews can demolish and replace the Summit Park bridges and slide the new bridges into place. According to UDOT, Eastbound I-80 at Summit Park will close Saturday, August 13th, at 10 p.m. through Sunday noon. Westbound I-80 at Summit Park will close the following Saturday, August 20th, at 10 p.m. through Sunday noon.
All vehicles, except semi-trucks, will be permitted to travel through Parleys Canyon on I-80. Vehicles will be diverted through the off and on-ramps at the Summit Park exits during the bridge replacement. However, motorists should expect delays of up to two hours during the closures. Semi-trucks are advised to use Interstate 84 through Ogden or U.S.
The Duschene County Sheriff’s office is mounting a search for a missing hiker from Australia. 63 year old Eric Robinson was hiking the 100 mile High Line trail through the Uinta Mountains. He left on his trip July 28th from Duschene and was expected to arrive Sunday at the High Line trail head near Mirror [...]
Heber City Council members Tuesday will consider a 45 percent increase in property taxes during a truth in taxation hearing set for 6pm at the Heber City offices on Main Street. But just how council members will decide is still up in the air. KPCW’s Linda Gorton has more…
A stretch of trail connecting the Prospector neighborhood to Lost Prospector and Deer Valley trails has been closed and city officials are hoping to convince the property owner to take down the gates or they’ll see them in court. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
The leader of the group THINC – Treasure Hill Impact Neighborhood Coalition supports a total buy out of the Treasure project even though it could mean city property owners would pay hundreds of more dollars each year in property taxes. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher reports.