Park City

For the first time this winter, Park City Mountain Resort combined with Canyons Resort creating the county’s largest resort, but it hasn’t come without growing pains. Leslie Thatcher  has  the full interview.

ON today's program Leslie Thatcher speaks with the COO of Park City Resort, Bill Rock who addresses a number of complaints from locals. Outgoing Park City Council Member Liza Simpson gives her farewell interview and Beth Ann Schneider has details on the restoration of a 1941 Boeing Stearman.

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 The man at the helm of Park City's largest employer was in town for a big party last week.  Rob Katz is the CEO of Vail Resorts and he was leading the celebration of the opening of the Quicksilver Gondola.  While he was in town, KPCW's Renai Bodley talked to him about what's next for Vail in Utah.

Here is a link to the entire KPCW interview with Rob Katz, Vail Resorts CEO

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Park City Municipal is accepting applications from city residents who want to serve on the planning commission to serve the unexpired term of Nann Worel who has been elected to serve on the city council. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.

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After investing $50 million into the resort, Park City opens for the season on Saturday. Leslie Thatcher has more.

Where you park in Park City could change soon, and now is your chance to give input on how to make it better.    KPCW's Renai Bodley has more:

If you have any suggestions on how to improve Park City's parking, you can email Brian Andersen at bandersen@parkcity.org.  City officials say they will have another open house later this season.

The public was invited to give their two cents at a workshop on Tuesday night to discuss the Bonanza Park and Lower Park Avenue priorities, which include ideas for a community kitchen, gondolas and roundabouts. Leslie Thatcher has more.

With promises of a new name, new brand and new logo from the new owners of Park City Mountain Resort, the suspense was finally lifted. Leslie Thatcher reports.

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  Sunday's evacuation of Old Town businesses will be something one family won't forget. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

In the Park City School District, a new school to replace Treasure Mountain Junior High school may be a school for 5th and 6th graders as the district looks as grade realignment and being most efficient with resources. Two public meetings coming up this week will address these evolving plans.  Lynn Ware Peek has more.

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