Representatives of the Canyons Resort are filing an appeal to County Council over their proposed new site for a ski maintenance building, which was denied by the County manager nearly two weeks ago. Rick Brough has more.
Summit County and the private Summit Water Company joined last year in a regional water compact, but there are still some financial disputes between the two entitles. Summit Water has filed suit, saying that the county has held out $75,000 in a tax refund owed to the private firm. That's also related to a dispute before the Utah State Tax Commission, with over $800,000 at stake. Both sides are awaiting a ruling on that from an Administrative Law Judge. Rick Brough has more.
The developers of the Canyons 18-hole golf course have assured Summit County officials that they will substantially complete the project by its September 30th deadline - even though the issue of a new ski area maintenance building hasn't been settled. Rick Brough has more.
Summit County's Manager and his staff are looking for ways to create a beefed-up county ordinance governing pipelines while the Tesoro company is proposing a pipe from the Uintah Basin running through the county.
But that meant the staff were burning the midnight oil Wednesday night to meet a deadline. Rick Brough has more.
This Thursday, County Manager Bob Jasper will hold a review of the construction progress on the Canyons 18-hole golf course, which is scheduled to be finished in September. That comes almost a week after Canyons affiliate TCFC said, in a statement, that the schedule and design of the course could be negatively impacted because Jasper denied the site plan for the resort's new ski maintenance building. However, Jasper told KPCW he doesn't know what position the resort will take later this week. Rick Brough has more.