Bill Malone

On today's program, host Leslie Thatcher gets a legislative update from Park City Chamber Bureau CEO Bill Malone, Park City Manager Diane Foster and Budget Manager Nate Rockwood preview Thursday's City Council agenda and Park City School Board Member Tania Knauer and Community Relations Specialist Molly Miller review Tuesday's School Board meeting.

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City Chamber Bureau CEO Bill Malone about tourism funding and other legislative issues he's watching; Park City Manager Diane Foster and Jed Briggs the city's Operating Budget Manager preview Thursday's City Council meeting; Future in Review Speaker Series Guest Christopher Clark; and Park City Charlene Albarran, a Democrat, who is running for Congress in the 2nd District.

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Vail just got bigger.  Today the company announced it has acquired another ski resort.  And that makes the Epic Pass much more appealing to the Midwest market.  KPCW's Renai Bodley explains:

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Bonanza Park Developer Mark Fisher and Michelle O'Brien from Stein Eriksen Lodge about the new affordable housing that opened this winter. Park City Chamber Bureau Director Bill Malone has a look ahead at the winter season. Local Author Amber Christenson has details about her new book and Musician Kurt Bestor talks about his upcoming shows at the Egyptian Theater.

The monster storm in the northeast is throwing off travel plans not only on the east coast, but around the country and could impact a number of visitors who are here in town or coming into town for Sundance.   KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

Marketing for the Park City winter season is on hold until a decision is made whether Park City Mountain Resort opens in a couple months. Leslie Thatcher has more.

Ski Utah – with the backing of the seven central Wasatch Mountain ski resort representatives  - today announced One Wasatch – a vision to connect all seven resorts on private property by chairlifts and ski runs.  KPCW”s Leslie Thatcher has more on today’s press conference.

There's good news for Utah's tourism industry out of this year's legislative session - which committed $15 million to promoting the state. In addition, those funds could continue to grow each year. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Park City Chamber Bureau Director Bill Malone is hopeful that this year's tourism marketing fund will be funded by the full amount.  Rick Brough has more.

While the number of summer visitors rival those who come to Park City during the ski season, the revenue numbers still show the winter months as the mone making months. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

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