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…
Outspoken Snyderville planning commissioner Julie Hooker announced that’s she’s resigning effective immediately on today’s KPCW Local News Hours with Leslie Thatcher. She is also one of a few to publicly announce her opposition to Summit County’s Proposition 2. Here’s the interview in its entirety.
Summit County Manager Bob Jasper is taking umbrage at the notion that the county is using scare tactics in favor of its Proposition #2 on the November ballot.
Jasper takes issue with the idea that the county is threatening dire budget cuts, if voters don’t permit the permanent transfer of $2 million out of the tax stability fund. Rick Brough has more.
The Park City Heights project could be sold to Ivory Homes for development. Park City Council members will discuss the topic Thursday and could make a decision as soon as November 17th. KPCW’s Linda Gorton has more…
A trio of Park City locals, including former Wolf Mountain president Kenny Griswold, have teamed up to run a live music venue in the Memorial Building on Main Street. The business, called Park City Live LLC, will be operating in the space formerly known as Harry O’s. Rick Brough has more.
Defending World Cup Giant Slalom champion Ted Ligety says he’s ready to race and looks forward to another successful season as he competes for the overall globe. Ligety was in Park City on Saturday (with his cute girlfriend Mia) for the Youth Winter Sports Alliance fundraiser – Jan’s Winter Welcome. He spoke with KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher about his first win of the season, the proposed new FIS changes (which he disagrees with) and his new, fast car.
For Halloween some of Park City’s spookiest residents came out a day early to greet visitors at the Glenwood Cemetery. KPCW’s Linda Gorton has the gory details…
While Park City and a private property owner have agreed to disagree about the future of a five acre parcel, trail access through the Chatham Hills property has been restored. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
The National Ski Areas Association (NSAA) has partnered with the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) witih hopes of increasing visitation and improving summer mountain biking experiences at U.S. ski areas. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.