Jeremy Ranch

Spurred this week by a citizen advocate from Jeremy Ranch, the Summit County Council will have some further discussions about a proposed I-80 noise wall near Jeremy. A work session on the sound wall will be held Monday, November 20 at the Richins Building from 4-6pm. Rick Brough has more.

The Summit County Council heard, again, from a Jeremy Ranch resident who says his group strongly opposes a noise-buffering wall along Interstate 80. In response, the Council is considering putting the item on the agenda for a special meeting they're having on Monday. Rick Brough has more.

Moose Attacks Jeremy Ranch Resident

Oct 26, 2017

A Jeremy Ranch resident was found injured on a nearby trail Sunday, apparently after she was attacked by a moose.   KPCW's Rick Brough has the story: 

The Summit County Council is being asked to respond to two citizens who made requests during the public comment segment at their last meeting. Rick Brough has more.

The Utah Department of Transportation is still looking at options for creating a noise barrier between Jeremy Ranch and Interstate 80. Rick Brough has more.

UDOT Employee Seriously Injured Near Jeremy Ranch Exit

Jul 20, 2017
UDOT

A Utah Department of Transportation employee is seriously injured after a semi-truck swerved and struck two UDOT vehicles near the Jeremy Ranch exit on I 80.  Carolyn Murray has this:

An Open House was held on Wednesday to introduce some high level conceptual ideas being considered for development on the Cline Dahle parcel near Jeremy Ranch Elementary School. KPCW’s  Carolyn Murray attended and has this:

A noise study information meeting will be held next Tuesday to discuss a possible noise wall being installed  near Jeremy Ranch. The meeting will be held June 13th at 6 pm at Jeremy Ranch Elementary School. UDOT environmental and noise analysis experts will provide information on the study recently completed on I-80 between Jeremy Ranch and Lamb's Canyon.

  On today's program, host Renai Bodley previews Tuesday's Snyderville Basin Planning Commission meeting with commissioners Amir Caus and Ray Milliner.  On the agenda: surveillance cameras in Jeremy Ranch and a mixed affordable housing project near the Weilenmann School.    Then, Park City Education Foundation Director Abby McNulty checks in with news about this week's Author-In-Residence program, the new "Bright Futures" program and afterschool programs.  Finally, three members of this year's Park City Leadership class share their impressions of last weekend's City Tour.

A bear was sighted roaming through yards in Jeremy Ranch early Monday morning, prompting the county sheriff's department to send an emergency alert to residents there. Rick Brough has more.

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