On today’s program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Chris Eggleton - one of those who helped organized the pro vote for the two Summit County ballot proposals which passed yesterday by an overwhelming majority. Summit County Council member elect Glenn Wright talks about his win and plan for the next four years. Park City Manager Diane Foster and housing specialist Rhoda Stauffer to discuss the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting and the results of last night’s election.
On today’s program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City School Board member, Nancy Garrison about yesterday’s work session. Park City Manager Diane Foster discusses the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting. In studio. The founder of Giving a Bleep Annette Verlarde is in along with performers Mike Worel (playing Donald Trump) and Reiner Engel (playing Vladimir Putin) to talk about the upcoming Giving a Bleep Shows running two weekends starting Friday night and Ed Parigian from the "Save the Library Field" group will talk about yesterday's COSAC meeting.
On today’s program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City School Board member, Julie Eihausen and communications manager Molley Miller who have update us on Tuesday’s board meeting.Park City Manager Diane Foster and Economic Development Director Jonathan Weidenhammer to discuss the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting, including the revised drawings for a new affordable housing project Woodside Park and Erin Bragg, Summit County Sustainability Specialist has details on the Home Energy Score assessments that will be made available for 100 eligible homeowners.
On today’s program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Emergency Room Physician Jen Plumb, a specialist in preventing opiate overdose as well as adolescent substance use and abuse. Park City Manager Diane Foster and Economic Development and Special Events Manager Jason Glidden discuss the council’s Thursday agenda, including a discussion on special events. Park City School Board Member Nancy Garrison reviews some of the items discussed at Tuesday’s school board meeting, including the dual language program and PC CAPS.
Today's show begins with coverage of Tuesday's news conference about the deaths of two Treasure Mountain Junior High School students. The last half of the show is a conversation with Park City Superintendent Dr. Ember Conley and counselor Sam Walsh about how educators are advising students and parents about the investigation and community-wide drug alert. Park City Manager Diane Foster and Trails & Open Space Program Manager Heinrich Deters discuss possible plans for Library Field.
On today’s program, Utah State Parks Naturalist Kathy Donnell has this month’s State Park’s update. Historic Park City Alliance Director Allison Kuhlow is leaving that post to accept a new job at the Park City Chamber Bureau. Park City Manager Diane Foster has details on tomorrow’s city council meeting and Park City Christian Center Director and Programs Director Pete Stoughton talk about the upcoming Hike for Hunger.
On today’s program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City School Board member Phil Kaplan and Communications Specialist Molly Miller about school start times and the high school expansion timeline. Park City Manger Diane Foster, Economic Development Director Jonathan Weidenhammer and Community Development Director Anne Laurent preview the re-development of the Park Avenue fire station into housing and Paul Sweat, the new Superintendent of Wasatch County School District discusses last week’s school board decision to increase taxes.
On today’s program, host Leslie Thatcher speaks to park city manager Diane Foster and Transit Dept. staff Destry Pollard about the proposed Short Term Transit plan that’s scheduled to be approved August 25th. Summit County Health Dept. Director Rich Bullough is in with a monthly update to remind parents about student vaccinations before school starts and a new program for seniors to prevent them from falling and Recycle Utah President Ari Ioanides expresses frustration in finding a location for a new recycling center – something he’s been working on for three years with no success.
The Park City Transit Department several weeks ago put a new limit on the number of bikes that are allowed on the Empire Pass and Silver Lake Village buses. The city says it's partly for safety reasons, but the community says if you want people to ride buses, why are you now limiting them? Lynn Ware Peek has more: