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Local News Hour - October 11, 2017

Oct 11, 2017

On today’s program, Debbie LaBelle with Whole Foods talks about the Grand Opening of the new store next week. Park City Manager Diane Foster and Budget Manager Nate Rockwood have a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting, including a the consideration of the $40 Million sale of bonds for the new Arts and Culture District and Affordable Housing. Bill Malone President of the Park City Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau has details on the candidate forum on Friday and Incumbent Mayor of Midway Collen Bonner talks about her run for re-election.

On today’s program, Park City School Board Member Andrew Caplan has a recap about Monday’s strategic planning and Tuesday’s board of education meeting. Park City Manager Diane Foster and Economic Development Manager Jonathan Weidenhamer have a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting.

On today’s program, School Board Member Andrew Caplan has details about yesterday’s school board meeting and resignation of board president Julie Eihausen. Park City Manager Diane Foster and Special Events Manager Jenny Diersen have a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting, including the decision to pull the Microtransit contract from the agenda.

Arts andCultural Center Begins Visioning Process

Sep 13, 2017
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Park City’s plan to develop an Arts and Cultural Center in the Bonanza Park District was announced this summer.  The $19.5 million purchase was funded by a transient room tax which was effective in January 2017.  The project partners begin visioning sessions in the coming weeks.  Carolyn Murray has more: 

 

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Park City Council adopted a Chain Business Ordinance in August.  That will limit the number of chain stores on historic Main Street.  That action triggered property owners on Main Street to file a lawsuit against the City. Meanwhile, Council has asked staff to provide them with business licensing options.  This, along with several other items will be part of Thursday's council meeting beginning at 3pm. Carolyn Murray has more: 

Rail Trail State Park Website

Park City wants to open up HOV lanes on State Route 248 to encourage more car-pooling and transit use. Because it’s a state road, UDOT requires an environmental assessment.  Some Park City residents are upset about notices they received from UDOT stating the Rail Trail corridor is being considered in the study. Carolyn Murray has more:

 

Local News Hour - September 13, 2017

Sep 13, 2017

On today’s program, Snyderville Planning Commissioner Malena Stevens has a recap of last night’s meeting. Park City Manager Diane Foster, Beth Bynan (Business License Specialist) and Hannah Tyler (Planner)  have a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting.

On today's program, Park City Manager Diane Foster and Environmental Sustainability Manager Luke Cartin discuss the Agreement announced for Utah Rooftop Solar and the rest of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting. Carol Clawson, a Heber City resident and competitor (along with her dog Kita) at this year’s Soldier Hollow Classic, has details about this weekend's Soldier Hollow Classic. Park City Hospital spokesperson Amy Roberts and the Director of the Live Well Center Kelly Woodward discuss the upcoming upcoming 5K-9 to help people and their pets live healthier lives. 

Local News Hour - August 16, 2017

Aug 16, 2017

On today’s program, Park City School Board member Andrew Caplan has a recap of yesterday’s meeting. Park City Manager Diane Foster and Planning Director Bruce Erickson discuss the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting and Sally Elliott and Rory Murphy with Friends of Ski Mining History with details on a couple of upcoming fundraisers.

Local News Hour - July 19, 2017

Jul 19, 2017

Park City School Board Member Andrew Caplan and District Communications Director Molly Miller in to talk about their meeting last night. Then Park City Manager Diane Foster and Transportation Planning Manager Alfred Knotts will be in to discuss the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting followed by Kara Cody with the Sundance Institute and Park City Environmental Sustainability Manager Luke Cartin. They’re going to talk about Friday's screening of Chasing Coral and the sustainability discussion that happens before the film starts.

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