Doug Clyde

Summit County

The Summit County council  Wednesday approved a Resolution  stating that their preferred option for an improvement along the Highway 224 corridor; would be Bus Rapid Transit lanes on both sides of the highway.

The vote just moves a study of 224 to the next step.

One council member, Roger Armstrong, said he’d like to take a step back, and see how they can make the bus system more efficient, and more accessible to riders.

On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County Council  Doug Clyde who has a recap of Wednesday's meeting and their vote in favor of both transit sales taxes. Park City Farmers Market Owner and Manager Volker Ritzinger has details about this year’s market – with a new location. Jojo Garza one of the Los Lonely Boys who opens up the Big Stars Bright Nights Concert Series at Quinn's Junction Monday talks about their brand of music and Snyderville Planning Commissioner Malena Stevens has a re-cap of Tuesday's meeting. 

Local News Hour - May 31, 2018

May 31, 2018

  Summit County Council member, Doug Clyde has an update on the council meeting which includes discussion on the new frontage road proposals for the Bitner access to Silver Creek. He gives a detailed explanation of the complicated state transit tax increase proposed by the state legislature last session.  Chris Herrod is one of two Primary Republican candidates for US House District 3 which is a seat currently held by John Curtis who won the special election in November.  He and Curtis are facing off in this Primary Election coming up on June 26th.

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During public comments at its weekly meeting, the Summit County Council heard more opposition to the noise wall planned along Interstate Highway 80 at Jeremy Ranch. Rick Brough has the story:

Summit County

In the Summit County Council's proposed revision of the East County Planning Code, one major item would eliminate the highway corridor zone along major routes. Wednesday's public hearing had some owners complain about their density being taken away. Rick Brough has more:

Summit County

A lengthy public hearing this week hosted by the Summit County Council delved into a lot of topics regarding the East County Planning Code. Suspicion over a couple of provisions stirred a reaction from the audience. Rick Brough has more:

Local News Hour - April 12, 2018

Apr 12, 2018

This morning begins with Summit County Council Member Doug Clyde, who recaps Wednesday's meeting. Next, Park City Environmental Sustainability Project Manager Celia Peterson discusses the Library Box program that the city council is funding. Finally, we hear details on upcoming youth programs from  Heather Sims, director of after school programs at Youth Sports Alliance; Eric Myers, of the Park City Curling Club; and Canice Harte, owner of Park City Running Company.

The Summit County Council Wednesday took another step forward in launching a bond issue of up to $22 million, which will finance road improvements throughout the county.  Rick Brough walks us through the details:

In recent meeting, the Summit County Council got an updated Housing Needs Assessment and also asked Promontory developers to fulfill an 18-year-old commitment for affordable homes.  Rick Brough spoke with council member Doug Clyde about the situation:

Local News Hour - March 8, 2018

Mar 8, 2018

Drew Hardesty leads off with today’s Utah avalanche forecast. Summit County Council Member Doug Clyde recaps Wednesday's meeting. Next up is an update on the Utah legislative session from Summit County GOP Party Chairman Brantley Eason and Deanna Rhodes, a member of the Democratic Party's Central Committee. Author Katie Mullaly talks about her Self-Publishing Your Children’s Book class, which is part of Park City community education programming. Joining her is Jane Toly, who has an update on some of the other class offerings.

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