Doug Clyde

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.

Local News Hour - January 18, 2018

Jan 18, 2018

Trent Meisenheimer leads off with today’s avalanche forecast. Next, Summit County Council Member Doug Clyde recaps Wednesday's meeting; Park City Planning Commission Chairman Adam Strachan reviews last night’s meeting; and Sundance Senior Programmer John Nein talks about some of the offscreen programs at this year’s festival.

On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County Council member Doug Clyde who has a recap from Wednesday's meeting. Park City Planning Commission Chairman Adam Strachan discusses last night’s meeting on Treasure Hill. Kate Bowman, Project Manager with Utah Clean Energy discusses the upcoming deadline to secure current solar rates before prices increase later this month and the Youth Sports Report monthly update with Emily Fisher, YSA Executive Director, and Heather Sims, YSA After School Program Director.

After a brief discussion Wednesday, a majority of the Summit County Council agreed to endorse some federal tax credits that would support a plan by Mountainlands Community Housing Trust to develop affordable housing in Silver Creek Village. However, council member Doug Clyde expressed his fervent disapproval, since Mountainlands is still seeking an approval from the Snyderville Planning Commission. Clyde said giving a thumbs-up at this time is "beyond poor management." Rick Brough has more.

Local News Hour - September 21, 2017

Sep 21, 2017

On today’s program, Our Schools Now Campaign Manager Austin Cox has details about the education funding initiative that could be on the November 2018 ballot. Summit County Council member Doug Clyde has a recap from Wednesday's meeting. Utah State Representative Tim Quinn has an update on legislative issues, including his bill to remove sales tax from food and Peace House Director of Development and Marketing, Sally Tauber has details about Peace House Bling Fling parties.

Some of the Old Ranch Road residents have complained to the County Council that some residential-sized lots in the area are being crammed with too many accessory buildings or farm animals. County Development Director Pat Putt and Council member Doug Clyde told us the Council will have a meeting soon to analyze those issues. Rick Brough has more.

Local News Hour - August 10,2017

Aug 10, 2017

On today’s program, Summit County Council member Doug Clyde has details from yesterday’s meeting. Park City Planning Commission Chair - Adam Strachan has  a recap of last night's meeting. Vail Resorts Sustainability Director Rob Whittier has details about Vail's plans for net zero sustainability practices. Youth Sports Report monthly update - Heather Sims, YSA Youth Programs Director & Amy Jenkins, Treasure Mountain Vice Principal talk about some upcoming events and ACTiV8 going to Treasure Mountain Junior High School. 

At the launch of the new Electric Express last month, Park City and Summit County officials urged those in attendance to "ride the bus." So KPCW's Leslie Thatcher decided to ask them - if they ride the bus. Here's her report.