With a critically important hearing set for Wednesday in Park City's ski resort fight, both sides fired off one more volley at each other, via written agreements submitted last Friday.
Third District Judge Ryan Harris will be asked tomorrow to set a bond amount Park City Mountain Resort has to pay to fend off eviction and operate for the upcoming ski season.
The major dispute is setting a value for the 3,000 acres of ski mountain, owned by Talisker Land Holdings and leased in the past by PCMR. The argument has often center on whose property is dependent on who?
The two disputing ski resort giants, Vail Resorts and Park City Mountain Resort, continue to mediate and have asked the court's permission to keep meeting through the rest of the week. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
In an op-ed published Sunday in the Satl Lake Tribune, Jack Gallivan Jr. and Mickey Gallivan, whose father helped launch what is now Park City Mountain Resort, wrote that Park City's ski resort fight must be resolved.
While they plead with both sides to find a solution, most of the criticism in their guest editorial is aimed at Talisker and Vail Resorts. Rick Brough has more.
In a joint statement issued Friday, Park City Municipal and Summit County have urged all sides in Park City's ski resort fight to cooperate and end uncertainties about the upcoming ski season.
Meanwhile, in the statements issued last week, Park City Mountain Resort and Talisker/Vail indicated they still sharply disagree on the amount of a bond PCMR should post in order to put off an eviction. Rick Brough has more.
With a court hearing schedule next week to decide how many Park City Mountain Resort will have to pay to use the upper elevation ski terrain for another season, Park City officials are staying focused on their goal - that the resort opens it entirety. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
The Summit County Council didn't get any public comment at two public hearings. Wednesday - one concerning a rate increase for their Mountain Regional water district; and the other, for a proposed $25 million dollar bond that would go on the November ballot for voters of the Snyderville Recreation District. Rick Brough has more.
Nearly two weeks after the Tour of Utah passed through Summit County, leaders from the Kamas area say it was a well-run event. That's an improvement over the last summer, when East Side mayors voiced some heartburn over the impact of bike races.