Doug Clyde

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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.