The South Summit School District is opening the first-ever Wasatch Back STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) school -- a public, blended-learning K-12 school. Carolyn Murray has more.
On today's program, Melissa Etheridge has details on her upcoming performance at Deer Valley on Thursday. Summit County Investigator Christina Sally has details on registering for Camp Safety which is held August 14 - 18 and Snyderville Basin Recreation Director Brian Hanton and Trails and Open Space Manager Bob Radke are in with a monthly update.
The Park City Council heard from staff twice at Thursday's meeting regarding the proposed parking fees for Old Town, once during their work session and again during the regular meeting. The result was a unanimous vote in favor of the measure.
The city council approved a Professional Services agreement with Lochner Inc for a little over 1.3 million dollars for the State Route 248 Corridor and Safety Improvement Project. Carolyn Murray has this report and more on Thursday’s meeting.
If the size of the crowd is any indication, there's a lot of interest in this year's election for Park City mayor. There was a full house Tuesday as Summit County Council Member Roger Armstrong, Park City Council Member Andy Beerman, and former Park City Mayor Dana Williams debated each other at the Park City Rotary meeting. KPCW"s Melissa Allison was there:
The Park City Chamber/Bureau is going to meet soon with the County Council to discuss revamping the distribution formula for Transient Room Taxes. Chamber/Bureau President Bill Malone spoke recently on KPCW's Mountain Money, reflecting on the Chamber's past and present, marketing in the age of Vail, and other topics. Rick Brough has more.
The Park City Rotary gave 125,000 dollars to three local youth oriented non-profits. The method was unique for the Rotary because their grants are usually smaller and distributed to diverse causes. Carolyn Murray has more on this.