On Wednesday, as the Planning Commissions of Park City and the Snyderville Basin sat down together, one broad conclusion they reached was that they basically serve the same area, with common concerns and values. The question is, what steps can they take to get to a regional planning approach? Rick Brough has more.
The Park City Foundation has named a new chairman of the board, Five year Park City resident Jack Mueller will serve in this appointed position for the next three years. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
Last week, it looked like the Summit County Council was asking for a citizen survey on a Snyderville Cemetery District – prior to the proposal going on November’s ballot. But after some further debate Wednesday, the Council ultimately decided not to take a poll. Rick Brough has more.
As part of budget discussions at Thursday’s Park City council meeting, council will look at staff pay increases and health benefits as they get closer to approving next year’s final budget. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
While the Park City water system has seen its share of challenges throughout the years as one of the most complex systems in the nation – the constant vigilance and upgrades to the system are making it safer and more stable. Lynn Ware Peak has more.
A two year old m male black bear that’s been hanging out in Summit Park for the last week has been trapped and released in another location. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher reports.
During his KPCW interview Tuesday, we asked County Manager Bob Jasper his reaction to two events last week with major impacts for Summit County. Rick Brough has more.
About 30 parents showed up for last week’s information meeting to learn more about the Common Core math standards that Park City school district is transforming to. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
The Park City Film Music Festival rolled out the red carpet on Friday for the stars, directors, and composers of their featured films. The festival goes from May 25 – June 3rd and will feature over 200 independent films.