The Summit County Council clearly wants to finds remote parking areas in Snyderville Basin, but in a discussion Wednesday council members did not settle on just what site to prioritize. Rick Brough has details:
Evelyn Lees begins today’s program with the Utah avalanche forecast. Summit County Council Member Chris Robinson recaps Wednesday's meeting. Park City Chamber/Bureau President Bill Malone provides a legislative update. Ski Utah CEO Nathan Rafferty reports on how we’re dealing with the lackluster winter season. Youth Sports Alliance Executive Director Emily Fisher updates us on the #ParkCityNation. And ski jumper Sam Macuga talks about her Olympic trials experience.
On today’s program, Mark Staples has today’s avalanche forecast. Summit County Manager Tom Fisher and Park City Chamber and Visitors Bureau Director Bill Malone discuss the agreement reached on future Transient Room Tax dollars.
On today’s program, Debbie LaBelle with Whole Foods talks about the Grand Opening of the new store next week. Park City Manager Diane Foster and Budget Manager Nate Rockwood have a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting, including a the consideration of the $40 Million sale of bonds for the new Arts and Culture District and Affordable Housing. Bill Malone President of the Park City Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau has details on the candidate forum on Friday and Incumbent Mayor of Midway Collen Bonner talks about her run for re-election.
The Park City Community is buzzing with the ski industry announcement on Monday that Deer Valley Resort is being sold to an expansive corporate interest that rivals Vail. Some big questions linger. Carolyn Murray has more:
The Park City Chamber/Bureau is going to meet soon with the County Council to discuss revamping the distribution formula for Transient Room Taxes. Chamber/Bureau President Bill Malone spoke recently on KPCW's Mountain Money, reflecting on the Chamber's past and present, marketing in the age of Vail, and other topics. Rick Brough has more.
Renai and Doug’s guests on Mountain Money today included Val Hale, Executive Director, Governor’s Office of Economic Development, Theresa Foxley, CEO Economic Development Corporation of Utah and Park City Chamber President and CEO, Bill Malone.
The leaders of the Park City Chamber/Bureau say they weren't surprised by the news from Summit County Council, who gave notice they want to reallocate the distribution contract for Transient-Room Tax monies. Chamber/Bureau Director Bill Malone and Board President Chris Eggleton say they will sit down with the county in the coming year to find out just what they want. Rick Brough has more.
On today’s program, Charlie Sturgis has this week’s Trails Report. Bill Malone, executive director of the Park City Chamber/Bureau discusses Summit County's notice to renegotiate their contract for Transient Room Tax monies. Park City Council member Andy Beerman has a recap of yesterday’s meeting and Anne Peters, the newest member of the Park City Board of Education member talks about her appointment to the school board to replace Phil Kaplan for District One.
The Summit County Council on Wednesday gave notice that they want to renegotiate their contract with the Park City Chamber/Bureau on the distribution of Transient Room Tax (TRT) funds. Under a long-time agreement, 90 percent of the TRT revenues have gone to the Chamber/Bureau. Rick Brough has more.