Doug Clyde

The Summit County Council discussed Wednesday whether to continue with the next step in the Mountain Accord process. They said yes, but in a split 3-2 vote. The Accord has been succeeded by the Central Wasatch Commission made up of four entities in the Salt Lake Valley. Council Members Chris Robinson, Kim Carson, and Glenn Wright voted to continue with $100,000 in funding they had pledged to the Accord. The dissenters, Roger Armstrong and Doug Clyde, asked what the county is getting out of a process that's being run by interests in the Salt Lake Valley. Rick Brough has more.

The Summit County Council discussed Wednesday whether to continue with the next step in the Mountain Accord process. They said yes, but in a split 3-2 vote. The Accord has been succeeded by the Central Wasatch Commission, made up of four entities in the Salt Lake Valley.

Council members Chris Robinson, Kim Carson, and Glenn Wright voted to continue with $100,000 in funding they had pledged to the Accord. The dissenters, Roger Armstrong and Doug Clyde, asked what the county is getting out of a process that's being run by interests in the Salt Lake Valley. Rick Brough has m0re.

Local News Hour - May 18, 2017

May 18, 2017

Summit County Council member Doug Clyde will be in to talk about last nights meeting - followed by The Kids Adventure Games founder Billy Mattison. We'll talk to him about this years event at Park City Mountain Resort and Park City Fire Chief, Paul Hewitt is coming in to talk the about measures their taking to help firefighters deal with the pressures of their work. Wrapping up the hour have Electric Bike Association, Advocacy Adviser Charlie Gandy to talk about Park City's ebike program.

On today’s program, Kathy Donnell - Park Naturalist with Utah State Park has her monthly update. Summit County Council member Doug Clyde has details about business discussed at yesterday’s county council meeting.

Local News Hour - January 5, 2017

Jan 5, 2017

On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County Council member Doug Clyde to discuss his first meeting as a county council member.

Nearly 80 Summit County residents turned out for the  KPCW/Park Record Candidate Forum Monday night. Here are the segments in their entirety.

Utah House of Representatives House Districts 53 and 54:

Park City Board of Education:

Summit County Council:

$25 Million Open Space Bond presened by Assistant Park City Manager Matt Dias:

Summit County Transportation Sales Tax Measures presented by Becky Kearns:

Utah Politics Now - October 6, 2016

Oct 6, 2016

On the October 6, 2016 edition of “Utah Politics Now,”  co-hosts Leslie Thatcher and Renai Bodley talk to the Summit County Council Seat B candidates:  Democrat Doug Clyde and Republican Colin DeFord.    Topics include transportation, affordable housing, and the proposed east-side zoning changes. 

Click here for Doug Clyde's website.

Click here for Colin DeFord's website.

www.scdems.org

The Summit County Democratic Party met Saturday and delegates decided they will not have a primary for the one inner-party contest they were considering.  They chose Doug Clyde to run for County Council Seat B, giving him 66 percent of the vote over the other contender, Sean Wharton.  KPCW's Rick Brough has more:

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks with Bryan Schott, Managing Editor of utahpolicy.com with a final recap of the 2016 legislative session; Park City Superintendent Ember Conley previews Tuesday's School Board retreat and meeting; Doug Clyde announces his candidacy for Summit County Council; Tom Kelly has this week's update of the US Ski Teams and Artist Peter Max talks about his exhibit coming to Park City this weekend.

A hearing hosted by Summit County Manager Bob Jasper on a proposed new ski maintenance building at the Canyons Resort drew dozens of people to the Richins Service Building on Thursday.

Neighbors opposing the project had a professional planner and attorney on hand, who debated their counter parts from Canyons firm TCFC on the merits of the project. Rick Brough had more.