On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City School District Superintendent Ember Conley, USSA Spokesman Tom Kelly, Paralympian and Author Chris Wadell and Park City Magazine Editor Melissa Fields and Contributor Tina Lewis.
On today's program, Park City School District's Ember Conley and Phil Kaplan react to the defeat of the $56 million school bond. Park City Manager Dianer Foster and Jenny Dierson preview Thursday's City Council meeting. Jenny Mauer and Laura Elton have details on this year's Roomate Roundup program and Wasatch County Clerk Brent Titcomb talks about how the county's first ever mail-in balloting went.
On today's program, Park City Superintendent of Schools Ember Conley reviews Tuesday's school Board agenda, including this year's final enrollment numbers. Kimball Art Center Director Robin Marrouche and Marketing Director Dave March preview the grand opening of the new Kimball on Kearns Blvd. Park City Council candidate Nann Worrel answers questions about her leadership style and abilities. Matt Strader and Brian Hanton have details about Saturday's Spirits Fun Run and Monster Ball.
With no known anti-school bond organization, the Park City School District's website only offers information in favor of the $56 million bond. District officials say it's too late to add anything that would try to defeat the bond. Leslie Thatcher has more.
On today's program, Host Leslie Thatcher Speaks to Summit County Planners Ray Milliner and Tiffany Robinson about Tuesday's Snyderville Basin Planning Commission meeting. Superintendent Ember Conley has details about Tuesday's school board meeting. Bob Radke from Snyderville Basin Recreation and Wendy Fisher from Utah Open Lands have details on some upcoming public input sessions about the Toll Canyon area and members of Leadership Class 21 Mary Beth Maziarz and Hadley Dynak have details on Saturday's first ever Neighbor Day.
A major sticking point for the Park City School District’s master plan rolling forward seems to be the Park City High School expansion to make room for the 9th grade. The district proposes to relocate the high school stadium and in principle, that’s where it’s getting hung up. But the district is incorporating some ideas brought forth from the public. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
ON today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher discusses the favorite design of the master planning committee for the Kearns Campus with superintendent Ember Conley as well as how many books is the Park City High School library losing. Tom Kelly with the U-S Ski and Snowboard Association has an update from last week's annual Congress. Rena Jordan talks about the Snyderville Basin Recreation District's summer projects and Craig McCarthy with the Park City Chamber Bureau invites you to the annual meet and Eat Expo this Wednesday the the Yarrow from 4- 7 pm.