The Summit County Council and Park City Council on Monday held a quarterly joint meeting to address an over expanding need for regional collaboration - especially as the separate entities look at issues that don't end at city limits. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Now is the time to get in at the ground level to learn about the most comprehensive plan for the economic, transportation, recreation and environmental future of the Wasatch with a series of Mountain Accord Public meetings held in Park City this week. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Based on the recommendations of an independent commission, the Park City Council approved at its Thursday meeting sizeable increases in Mayoral and City Council compensation and with little fanfare nor much comment from the public. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
The Mountain Accord is the newest name for the group that proposes to create transportation solutions for the entire Wasatch and its Canyons - Park City and Summit County have committed significant funding to help bring separate studies and solutions into one comprehensive - and costly - answer to an ever increasing pressure. KPCW's Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Park City mayoral candidate Andy Beerman says he is a solid fit to be mayor. He says he has a proven track record of building consensus and will make a great town ambassador and be the connecting link between residents and City Hall. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
The two candidates running for Park City mayor side with one another on many issues, and yet when it comes down to what it means to keep Park City, Park City, their differences emerge. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher reports.
A Tuesday night forum with Park City's mayor candidates brought out about 100 people. During the discussion, maybe the most significant difference between the contenders City Council member, Andy Beerman, and Planning Commissioner, Jack Thomas, concerned mass transit connections to the Park City area. Rick Brough has more.