Sean Wharton, a Democratic candidate for Summit County Council, says he has the perspective of a small businessman, and can represent people on both sides of the county. Rick Brough has more.
Summit County Council candidate Max Greenhalgh says he isn’t a stop-growth candidate. He says he wants to manage growth, and the concepts in the current General Plan and Code are the way to do it. Rick Brough has more.
The Utah Taxpayers Association has come out against the 8 and a half million dollar bond to build a recreation center in Coalville. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.
Growth is a major topic for all the candidates running for Summit County Council. Roger Armstrong, a Democratic candidate, says an updated General Plan should be proactive, with a vision of where growth should go, rather than a reactive direction, determined by lawsuits. Rick Brough has more.
School Board Candidate Eric Oberg’s full interview from Friday, June 15, 2012 on KPCW’s Local News Hour. Oberg is running to represent District 2.
School Board Candidate Paul Marsh’s full interview from Thursday, June 14, 2012 on KPCW’s Local News Hour. Marsh is running to represent District 3.
Three candidates for the Summit County Council shared similar opinions at an election forum Tuesday night sponsored by the citizens group CAGE. Rick Brough has more.
School Board Candidate Tania Knauer’s full interview from Wednesday, June 13, 2012 on KPCW’s Local News Hour. Knaueris running to represent District 3.
School Board Candidate Ron Huggins’s full interview from Tuesday, June 12, 2012 on KPCW’s Local News Hour. Huggins is running to represent District 2.
Park City School Board candidate Nancy Garrison says while the School District is facing several financial dilemmas – including a possible tax increase, and an increased student/teacher ratio – the district has to deal with them, and will deal with them. Rick Brough has more.