Hosts John Wells and Alex Butwinski spoke with a couple of authors on today's show, including Alex Wright, author of Cataloging The World: Paul Otlet and the Birth of the Information Age. John and Alex also spoke with Michael Blastland, co-author of The Norm Chronicles: Stories and Numbers about Danger.
Primary election day in Summit County isn't going to be busy for the County Clerk's office. Clerk Kent Jones confirms that there will be only one county-wide contests, for Democrats, and three School Board races. Rick Brough has more.
Larry introduces Alex Butwinski as today's guest host. They first talk to Adam Grant, author of "Give and Take: Why Helping Others Drives Our Success". He regularly advises companies about how to get the most out of their employees and how to help their employees get the most out of their job. Then, Joel Clark, President and Cameron Smith, Vice President of Kodiak Cakes, a 100% whole grain and water only flapjack and waffle mix. They now have a line of innovative microwaveable, single-serve muffins called "Minute Muffins".
Summit County's Democratic delegates gathered Saturday afternoon and voted on the local contest within their party. They decided that two candidates for County Auditor, Alex Butwinski and Michael Howard, will go on to a primary in late June. Rick Brough has more.
The new Park City Mayor and city council member will be sworn in on Monday, but for outgoing council member Alex Butwinski, the end of his term brought some unanswered questions about future development in Old Town. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
The final Park City City Council meeting of the year was one filled with emotion, standing ovations and recognition of not only outgoing Mayor Dana Williams and council member Alex Butwinski, but also several citizens who the mayor and council wanted to recognize. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Park City Council at its meeting this evening will consider a new schedule for the general plan, approve forward motion for the Library renovation, and create regulation for those who rent out their homes. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
The Park City council has appointed three new members to Park City's planning commission, and says its decision was not a clean sweep of crucial experience on the commission and instead says the three new members will have "multiple pairs of fresh eyes." Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Long-time Rossi Hill resident Mary Wintzer has seen the changes in Old Town, and, if elected, would work to stop the erosion of Old Town so it doesn't become a neighborhood that only rich, second homeowners can afford to live in.
Twenty-one-year resident Tim Henney says he has the skills to serve on the Park City council and as an active participant in Park City, he says this is the next step for him.
Park City council candidate Cindy Matsumoto is hopeful voters will return her to office for another four years. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.