Flu season is here and the experts say now is the time to get vaccinated. KPCW’s Linda Gorton has more…
The Discovery residential project, approved last month by County Council, is being challenged by two lawsuits in Third District Court. The affordable-housing development under the county’s CORE program, granted 105 units along the Kilby Frontage Road, is facing a lawsuit from the Weilenmann School of Discovery, which is located next to the project site. A second suit was filed by a group of neighbors calling itself “Citizens for the Alignment of Growth and the Environment’ (or CAGE.) Both suits were filed late last week. Rick Brough has more.
Park City resident Howard Wallack is one of the declared Republican challengers running for Jim Matheson’s seat in Utah’s Second Congessional District. Wallack says he wants to bring the perspective of a successful businessman to the nation’s problems, and he’s hoping his grandchildren will have the same opportunities he did. Rick Brough has more.
A long-standing lawsuit between the Summit Water Company and Summit County could end as the county council considers a proposed Settlement Agreement at its meeting Wednesday. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher reports.
The International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA) has named Park City as the world’s first Gold Ride Center. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
The competitive ski season is getting off to a slow start with the first major competition cancelled in Finland due to a lack of snow but United States Ski Team officials are still excited about this season, especially because of some new training opportunities. KPCW’s Linda Gorton has more…
Last month, ten Park City High School students, two teachers and two trip advisors traveled through China as part of a long-time established student exchange. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
Summit County officials have said previously that they couldn’t find a spokesman to express opposition to Proposition #2, on this fall’s election ballot—which is asking to spend $2 million from the tax stability fund. But recently-resigned Snyderville Planning Commissioner Julie Hooker said she will vote against the ballot question—because the county has appealed to fear rather than providing information. Rick Brough has more.
The chairwoman of the Snyderville Planning Commission has resigned, effective immediately. Julie Hooker says she feels that her perspective has been discounted by county officials, and that the positions of the Snyderville Commission don’t make any difference anymore. Rick Brough has more.
Park City Councilman Alex Butwinski says he is pleased with the prospect of selling the Park City Heights development to Ivory Homes. He checked in with KPCW about that and other items Friday morning. KPCW’s Linda Gorton has more…