Park City Council

The Park City Council Thursday got its first look, at the  city manager recommended budget - that includes no tax increase but does recommend cutting some expensive capital projects in order to lower the bond amount for the possible purchase of Treasure Hill. Leslie Thatcher has more.

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Park City Council members are questioning whether their jobs have become too time consuming for an average citizen to do. Melissa Allison has more:

Greg Gagne begins with the Utah avalanche forecast. Park City Parking and Fleet Administrative Supervisor Kenzie Coulson, along with Julie Dixon, parking consultant, have an update on the implementation of paid parking. Park City Council Member Nann Worel and Mayor Andy Beerman recap last night's meeting. Finally, US Ski & Snowboard spokesman Tom Kelly provides an update on women's slalom, women’s aerials and women's snowboard cross at the Winter Olympics.

The Park City city council tonight is scheduled to name their choice to fill the unexpired term of Andy Beerman’s council seat after he was elected mayor – even though the process may have been tainted. 

The Park City council presumably met in closed session on Tuesday January 16th after they had interviewed all 15 of the applicants over two days. That closed session was noted on the agenda. The first 7 applicants were interviewed on Thursday, January 11th and then the following 8 on Tuesday on the 16th.  

Park City Council will get an update from the attorney for the Treasure Hill Development in  Thursday's meeting.  Last month, the city announced a preliminary agreement to buy down half the density of the yet to be finalized project.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Local News Hour December 22, 2017

Dec 22, 2017

On today’s program, Midway mayor elect Celeste Johnson has a run down on her priorities once she assumes the leadership position next month. Park City Council member Cindy Matsumoto has a recap about last night's meeting. SCPW (Summit Community Power Works) Executive Director Erin Bragg discusses their "Watts Down Lights Up" campaign which sponsored the purchase of more than 100 LED bulbs to outfit 7 units at the Line Condominiums recently and Park City Community Foundation Communications Manager Deanna Rhoades and Board Member Tom Raffa have details on this year’s Giving Guide.

Park City Council Seat Opening in January

Dec 14, 2017

With the election of a sitting city council person to the mayor’s seat in November, the governing body now needs to find a replacement. Carolyn Murray has this:

When Andy Beerman won the election for Park City's next mayor, he handed it his resignation to the city council, leaving behind an empty seat. KPCW's Melissa Allison tells us how interested parties can toss their hat into the ring.

The Park City Council has officially adopted a green policy -- the first of its kind nationwide -- that will apply for all new municipal buildings built from now on. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

After a decision was delayed for a couple of months to rebid the contract for a 6 monts microtransit pilot program, the Park City council Thursday is scheduled to approve a $680-thousand contract with its original vendor choice.

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