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The Park Silly Sunday Market recently renewed its contract with Park City for one year, though organizers would have preferred a longer term.

Silly Market director Kate McChesney talked about the current climate of concern of too many events in town. Rick Brough has the story.

The Park City council provided some direction in the fight over rooftop solar energy with Rocky Mountain Power. KPCW's Melissa Allison has more.

Park City Heights

There is light at the end of the tunnel for future homeowners in the long-delayed Park City Heights affordable housing project. KPCW's Melissa Allison has more.

The Citizens Climate Lobby is showing an episode of “A Year Of Living Dangerously” to highlight the work being done by the organization to reach carbon neutrality in the United States. This particular episode features the organization and the episode was made available through National Geographic.  Carolyn Murray has more:

Park City Figure Skating Club

The annual Holiday Extravaganza on Ice is coming up next Saturday, December 17 at the Park City Ice Arena. Events will take place from 5-7pm. In addition to lots of great skating and fun, festive music, the Park City Figure Skating Club will showcase a performance by their first-ever athlete to reach Nationals. Carolyn Murray has more.

The Sundance Institute has rolled out its line-up of premieres, selections for the Midnight program, and other events. Rick Brough has more.

PlanWorks Design

The Summit County Council approved a height exception Wednesday for a building in the proposed Woodward Gorgoza Recreation Park — in a split 3-2 vote. Rick Brough has more.

As an afternoon snowstorm blanketed Kimball Junction, dignitaries from Summit County and Park City gathered to officially inaugurate the Kimball Transit Center. Rick Brough has more.

Park City officials discussed how to preserve Main Street and its unique mix of retail at a City Council meeting on Thursday. KPCW's Melissa Allison has more.

The Karl Malone car dealership in Heber City wants to put an employee parking lot in a residential area where a 19th century home is now.   There will be a public hearing Thursday  night.  KPCW’s Renai Bodley has more:

Click here to see a link to the Heber City staff report on the proposed rezone, including maps of the proposed change.

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