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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. 

The Summit County Council hasn't decided what to propose for a possible rate increase in your property taxes. But Council member Doug Clyde says they do know it's a problem that's been building for years. He says the county's reserves are at zero and that's not acceptable. Rick Brough has more.

Summit County Council member Doug Clyde says he and his colleagues want to discuss whether more Transient Room Tax monies should go towards things like parks, trails, or recreation facilities, rather than just towards promoting tourism. Clyde talked to KPCW this week about the county's intent to renegotiate their TRT contract with the Park City Chamber/Bureau. Rick Brough has more.

The Cline-Dahle parcel off Rasmussen Road was the topic of a presentation to the Summit County Council on Wednesday, as well as the focus of an Open House at Jeremy Elementary. As council member Doug Clyde noted, the county set its sights on the land because it may help solve a couple major problems. Rick Brough has more.

On today’s program, Summit County Council member Doug Clyde reviews  some of the issues discussed at yesterday’s meeting, including a work session on the 30 acre Cline Dahle parcel and the decision to renegotiate the Chamber Bureau contract. Park City Planning Commissioner Steve Joyce has details on some of the issues discussed at Wednesday’s planning commission meeting.

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.

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