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The Park City Council Thursday got its first look, at the  city manager recommended budget - that includes no tax increase but does recommend cutting some expensive capital projects in order to lower the bond amount for the possible purchase of Treasure Hill. Leslie Thatcher has more.

School Budget Passes With No Public Comment

Jun 21, 2017

The School Board held Budget hearings on Tuesday evening and no one from the public made comment.  The budget was approved unanimously.  Carolyn Murray attended the meeting and has this:

Park City School Districts Financials In Good Shape

Nov 1, 2016

Park City School District financial statements and business methods were praised by an independent auditor from Squire and Company as solid and safe. The Tuesday morning work session included a heavy dose of financials, school capacity and budget talks.  Carolyn Murray was at the meeting and has this story. 

The Park City school district just two years after a tax increase face an upcoming deficiency, district officials say they'll again make cuts and have said another tax increase may be on the horizon. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

In the next few days, a number of backdoor budget negotiations will take place as state lawmakers work to adopt a balanced budget by Thursday.  KPCW"s Leslie Thatcher reports. 

Park City School District is coming up short in this year's budget - some of the reason for the shortfall has to do with the reduced revenues from the State. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Rep. Kraig Powell is sponsoring a resolution to call for a national constitutional convention to consider a balanced budget amendment.  Rick Brough has more.

With insurance, retirement, and operational costs increasing slightly beyond where the Park City school district projected, efficiency has become the new buzz word. Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

The Park City School board is again grappling with deficits in its budget. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

As the Park City school board tackles the preliminary school district budget, some deficits are on the horizon for the next few years. KPCW's Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

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