Jonathan Weidenhamer

Local News Hour - November 30. 2016

Nov 30, 2016

On today’s program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Tom Mills - Political Liaison for Alpenglow Solar and Kate Bowman with Utah Clean Energy to respond to Rocky Mountain Power’s proposal to increase solar rates. Park City Manager Diane Foster and Economic Development Director Jonathan Weidenhamer discuss the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting. Tom Kelly with USSA has his weekly update and Park City resident Cindy Levine talks about the local chapter of Pantsuit Nation and the momentum around women's activism here in Summit and Wasatch Counties.

In today's Local News Hour podcast, Tom Kelly has a recap of last week's U-S National Championships, Park City Library director Adriane Juarez gives an update on the library remodel and expansion, City manager Diane Foster explains a possible council trip to British Columbia, Park City Municipal Economic director Jonathan Weidenhamer discusses development plans for the Brew Pub parking lot and Shannon Bahrke Happe has details on Saturday's Youth Sports  Alliance  Spring Vibe.

Plans Scrutinized For 21st Century Library

Jan 9, 2014

The plans for bringing Park City residents a "21st century" library are being scrutinized as the city council considers whether the price tag for building an entirely new building is more feasible than updating and greening the current library, a 20th century building. Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

Park City Council at its meeting this evening will consider a new schedule for the general plan, approve forward motion for the Library renovation, and create regulation for those who rent out their homes. Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

As large construction projects lag on in Old Town, the city is looking at ways to better balance the impacts of construction with the interests of those doing daily business in Old Town. Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

Jon Weidenhammer On Development Agreement

Dec 13, 2013

The clock is ticking on a self-imposed deadline to reach a development agreement between the City and the Treasure developers by the end of the year. Lynn Ware Peek has more.