The Summit Community Power Works (SCPW) group is looking ahead to the future - even while they're anxiously waiting to hear the reuslts of the $5-million Georgetown University Energy Prize competition. Rick Brough has this update.
The Snyderville Planning Commission and the Summit County Council were scheduled to meet to hear a proposal to place an affordable housing development - more than 600 units - near Richardson Flat on property owned by the Mayflower Company., but the meeting was canceled. Rick Brough has more.
The Oakley School, a Therapeutic Boarding School in Weber Canyon has announced they’re closing their doors effective June 30th. Their intentions can be found in a letter on their home page. Carolyn Murray has more on this:
The Summit County Council sat down across from members of the Eastern County Agriculture Preservation (or ESAP) and wrestled with the question of whether funds from the ESAP program can be used ot help preserve riverfront land in Oakely. The question was whether the program's original intent included the aim of protecting open space. Three members of the ESAP committee responded to worries from some council members that the advisory committee was focusing too much just on agriculture. Rick Brough has more.