Liza Simpson

courtesy Park City Leadership

Tonight's forum on Women in Leadership features KPCW News Director Leslie Thatcher as the moderator.

Panelists include: 

ON today's program Leslie Thatcher speaks with the COO of Park City Resort, Bill Rock who addresses a number of complaints from locals. Outgoing Park City Council Member Liza Simpson gives her farewell interview and Beth Ann Schneider has details on the restoration of a 1941 Boeing Stearman.

On today's program, Charlie Sturgis with Mountain Trails Foundation has his weekly update. Wasatch County Planning Director Doug Smith and Don Taylor with Wasatch Trails Association have update on the Heber Valley unified trails master plan. Park City Council Member Liza Simpson reviews some of the items discussed at Thursday's City Council meeting. Marshall Moore the Marketing Consultant for Park City Film Studios talks about Sunday's premiere of Blood and Oil and Sandy Geldhof and Hatch Haslock have details on the September 30th fundraiser for Sam Jackenthal and family.

On today's program, Charlie Sturgis has this week's trail report. Park City School District Business Administrator Todd Hauber and School Board member Tania Knauer and Phil Kaplan discuss the master plan and proposed bond election. Park City Council Member Liza Simpson has an update from Thursday's meeting and Josh Hockman is awarded $200 for his winning summer cocktail, The Evangaline.

On Tuesday the public can join in the city walk through to understand just how Bonanza Park might be developed if the proposed zoning is applied to the area. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

The Park City Council at its Thursday meeting approved the contract for 755  solar panels that will go up on the PC MARC building - offsetting 20% of its energy use.   Lynn Ware Peak has more.

The Environmental Protection Agency will work with Park City Municipal and area residents to further explore where contaminated soils may be from Park City's Mining past. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

As all of Park City sees traffic and congestion as it did during a weekend like last weekend, it's understandable that transportation considerations are a big part of future planning. Park City Municipal has put it front and center and at its recent meeting heard an overview of where transportation planning has come from and where it's inevitably going. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

The debate over vinyl siding, heard by the Park City Planning Commission in June, came before the Park City Council last night. In the end, the Council turned thumbs down on vinyl, and went counter to the recommendation of their Planning Commissioners. Rick Brough has more.

Now is the time to get in at the ground level to learn about the most comprehensive plan for the economic, transportation, recreation and environmental future of the Wasatch with a series of Mountain Accord Public meetings held in Park City this week. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

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