About 100 people turned out before the Summit County Council Wednesday night to discuss whether the Highland Estates neighborhood should be zoned to allow home-based small-contracting businesses.
With a majority of the speakers against the charge, Council Chair Claudia McMullin told the crowd they haven't decided on any rezone or even if they're going to consider any changes for home-based businesses. Rick Brough has more.
The area where Jeremy Ranch and Pinebrook intersect is congested, and while traffic solutions are being planned at least one area resident is also asking for safer passages for pedestrians and cyclist. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
A physicians group is pushing to ban wood-burning year-round, saying that's a major contributor to pollution along the Wasatch Range. Spokesman Dr. Brian Moench says that the Park City area is involved too. Rick Brough has more.
A Tuesday night forum with Park City's mayor candidates brought out about 100 people. During the discussion, maybe the most significant difference between the contenders City Council member, Andy Beerman, and Planning Commissioner, Jack Thomas, concerned mass transit connections to the Park City area. Rick Brough has more.
Several upcoming open houses held by the City will inform residents and gather input on issues affecting them. One is post offices boxes in one area of Old Town, the other on the new recreational open space on the Stoneridge parcel between Trailside and Round Valley. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Summit County Sheriff's Capt. Justin Martinez will run for the Summit County Sheriff's office, and cites his experience and natural evolution into running for what he feels is an already highly effective department. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
While the number of summer visitors rival those who come to Park City during the ski season, the revenue numbers still show the winter months as the mone making months. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
After last week's arrests and the breakdown of a major Mexican drug cartel running meth, a rash of recent crimes, and three heroin overdoses in Summit County, law enforcement officials are ramping up their efforts to fight the war on drugs. Lynn Ware Peek has more.