Last week the Park City Council approved a resolution that calls for the creation of a regional committee to begin implementation of the projects laid out in a 60 page Mountain Facilities Recreation Master Plan. Carolyn Murray has more on this.
Governor Gary Herbert announced Thursday morning that he will sign House Bill 155, which lowers the drunk driving blood alcohol content limit to .05 from .08. That means Utah will have the most strict DUI law in the country. KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story:
The Park City Board of Education continues to evaluate how much bond money they’ll need to expand the High School, build a 5/6 middle school and acquire property for a future school site. Carolyn Murray has more:
The two final Park City High School expansion options each plan for a capacity of 2000 students. Based on the district growth projections, it should last at least ten years. A decision item to choose which expansion option is on the School Board Agenda for Tuesday at 4 pm.
Summit County officials were notified that a property on the east side of State Route 224 had dozens of seasonal workers living in the building. It‘s formerly known as the Snowed Inn and more recently, The Colby School. The Fire Department ordered the property be vacated by April 2nd. Carolyn Murray has more:
Thursdays City Council meeting included review of the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. Traffic congestion, sponsorship issues and neighborhood impacts were included in the discussion. Carolyn Murray was at the meeting and has this.