David Ure

A member of the Summit County Council says he wants to have a frank and open discussion with his colleagues about whether they should continue with the Mountain Accord process.

In some brief comments Wednesday, Council member David Ure didn't give many specifics about his concerns, but did refer to the recent audit of the Utah Transit Authority. Rick Brough has more.

Tesoro May Come Around, Says Ure

Aug 14, 2014

The Tesoro Pipeline Company may come to agree with Summit County that the best place for the proposed pipeline to transport waxy crude from the Uintah Basin to refineries in Salt Lake is away from the Weber River Corridor. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

The Summit County Council has a variety of items on their Wednesday agenda - including reports from the Snyderville Recreation District and Park City Fire. Rick Brough has more.

Summit County Council member David Ure says that he and his colleagues are hoping they can get the planned alignment of the Tesoro oil pipeline moved away from the river corridor in the east county.

Ure says that plan could impact everything from his Kamas Valley community to the Wasatch Front. Rick Brough has more.

Aiming to get ahead of the Tesoro oil pipeline planned to run through eastern Summit County, the County Council Wednesday passed a series of ordinances - primarily some temporary regulations that will give the Council six months to study the issue. Rick Brough has more.

The Summit County Council and the Snyderville Recreation District are scheduling meetings this summer that could pace the way for a new bond proposal on this fall's ballot - asking $25,000,000 for open space and recreation projects. Rick Brough has more.

The Summit County Council Wednesday unanimously voted to deny an appeal from Canyons Resort on their proposed new ski maintenance building. But while the Council upheld the verdict of County Manager Bob Jasper, turning down the building site plan, they didn't entirely agree with his conclusions and findings. Rick Brough has more.

An Administrative Amendment to the Boyer Tech Park's Development Agreement went before the County Council for discussion this week. Although the Agreement doesn't require an approval from the Council, it drew some hard-nosed comments from at least two Council members. Rick Brough has more.

County Council Member David Ure says that, as somebody who's watching the local budget, a new idea floated by the state sounds good - that they would pay all the costs of suppressing fires.
But Ure said for other reasons, he's skeptical of the proposal. Rick Brough has more.

In looking at the future of the Three Mile Canyon landfill, County Council member David Ure said the coasts are going to be a major item. Rick Brough has more.

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