Coalville

By annexing 1,500 acres of land west of Interstate Highway 80 last week, the Coalville City Council took the first step toward considering the proposed Wohali development, where investors are proposing 500 high-end homes and a golf course.  Coalville Mayor Trevor Johnson says that the devil will be in the details, as Rick Brough reports:

A public hearing before the Coalville City Council Monday night drew more than 300 people to discuss the Wohali project, which proposes 500 high-end homes and a golf course west of Interstate 80.  Rick Brough has more:

After a lengthy public hearing, the Coalville City Council voted 3-2 to annex a 1,500-acre property west of Interstate 80. But city officials said Monday night that although they decided to annex the so-called Wohali tract -- named for its hopeful developers, Wohali Partners LLC -- it does not automatically mean approval to build 500 high-end residences and a golf course.  Rick Brough has details:

Back in November, Coalville Mayor Trevor Johnson was elected to another term.  One reason for his win, he told KPCW, is the city's recent success in improving its fluids infrastructure, starting with the sewer system and now moving to improve the water works.  Rick Brough has more:

Local News Hour December 28, 2017

Dec 28, 2017

On today’s program, Coalville Mayor Trevor Johnson has a look ahead at the community for 2018. Park City Sustainability managers Luke Cartin and Celia Peterson discuss the community-wide carbon footprint report and have details on the lighting controls and energy efficiency measures for the MARC and Park City Police Captain Rick Ryan talks about his retirement after 32 years on the police force.

Summit County

A building that has been a landmark and gathering place in Coalville for nearly 70 years is no more. The Quonset Hut, located at the Summit County Fairgrounds, was demolished Tuesday morning. Rick Brough has more.

Park City Mayor -Top 2 move on

Dana Williams - 904

Andy Beerman - 654

Roger Armostrong - 474

Coalville City Mayor - Top 2 move on

Trever Johnson - 160

Tyler Rowser 94

Merlyn Johnson - 48

Kamas City Council - Top 4 move on

Garry Walker - 200

Allen McNeil - 181

Amy Yost - 118

Matthew Atkinson - 39

Kim Steed - 36

Kaycee Simpson - 14

Oakley City Council - Top 4 move on

David Edmunds - 183

The Coalville City Council recently dealt with two building proposals -- one for a car wash on a parcel fronting Main Street, and the other a proposed development with more density than the city has seen for several years. Rick Brough has more from our conversation with Mayor Trevor Johnson.

A Coalville mink rancher has filed suit against Summit County and Coalville City, alleging that when they permitted a traveling circus near his operation two years ago, the noise and lights caused the deaths of 150 breeding females and thousands of unborn offspring. Rick Brough has more.

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The Coalville City Council voted a preliminary approval on Monday for a proposed development that could add significant density to the county seat. They voted unanimously in favor of a 43-lot project, which the developer says will likely be called Chalk Creek Estates. Rick Brough has more.

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