The Summit County Council and the Snyderville Recreation District are scheduling meetings this summer that could pace the way for a new bond proposal on this fall's ballot - asking $25,000,000 for open space and recreation projects. Rick Brough has more.
Summit County Manager Bob Jasper announced Wednesday that he will retire by the end of 2014. Jasper blazed the trail as the county's first executive, in the new Council-Manager form of government. He's retiring after 4 1/2 years at Summit County and 38 years total in public service. Rick Brough has more.
As the community continues to grow, you can expect tax increases for education as the each new student in the district cannot be absorbed with the current budget structure. The Park City school Board at its Tuesday meeting approved a 3 million dollar tax increase to balance the projected budget deficiencies that are in part created by growth. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Julie Nirula is the third of four Park City school board candidates to be interviewed by KPCW. She’s vying against three others for the district five seat in the June 24th primary election. That vote will narrow the field to two. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Weather isn't just the default topic of conversation when there's a lull. To some degree, it fuels our economy. And Park City can't track it's own long term climate data because it has no system for collecting it. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
As long as we have local government, there's going to be public input. With that in mind, the Park City attorney's office is sponsoring a community workshop Thursday night "Your Voice Matters" which will give some tips and pointers on how to be effective at a hearing. Among other things, the city may explain how a speaker with a complain, during general "Public Comment" might be better to bite their tongue to preserve their own legal leverage. Rick Brough has more.