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Rory Murphy is one of six candidates vying for one of three seats on the Park City Council. He says with his background in development, he can help the city move forward. Lynn Peek has more.

On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County Planners Ray Milliner and Sean Lewis about Tuesday's Snyderville Basin Planning Commission meeting. Park City Council candidate Rory Murphy talks about his platform. Rena Jordan and Brian Hanton with the Snyderville Basin Recreation District have an update on the proposed ice area and no bikes at the Run A Muk dog park.  Artist, Author and Financial Planner Carl Richards talks about Thursday's Kimball Art Center presentation.

One of the six candidates running for Park City Council is Old Town resident Hope Melville. Lynn Peek has more.

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The Park City Council Thursday voted 4 to 1 to sign up for the second phase of Mountain Accord. The dissenting vote was from Dick Peek. Rick Brough has more.

On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Bruce Erickson who is advocating for Park City Senior Citizens. Park City Council Member Tim Henney reviews Thursday's meeting, including the decision to move forward with Phase 2 of the Mountain Accord. Colin Hilton with the Utah Olympic Park and Luke Bodensteiner with USSA give detailis about the June 27th opening of the new jumps and freestyle pool. Park City Emergency manager Hugh Daniels makes the case for his proposed ban of personal fireworks and outdoor burning.

Park City Municipal kicked off a series of public forums on a topic that faces all of us in Utah and especially in Summit County:  GROWTH.  The Monday evening meeting at the newly remodeled Park City Library building set the stage to begin to answer the question, “What’s Next Park City?”  Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Park Meadows resident and local businessman Dan Portwood is one of six contenders in this year's City Council race. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

The number of candidates running for Park City Council last week dropped from 8 to 6 after two candidates withdrew from the race. One of those, Mark Blue cited family obligations and the other, Josh Hobson, would still be in the race except that he recently moved to a rental in Thaynes Canyon that is just a few yards outside the city limits. Still he says he'll be watching and contribution to the election rhetoric. Leslie Thatcher has more.

On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City Senior Policy Advisor Ann Ober about tonight's Growth Forum - What's Next Park City? Park City Schools Superintendent Ember Conley and Business Administrator Todd Hauber review the teachers compensation package and next year's budget. Dan Portwood is one of six candidates running for Park City Council - he introduces himself and Summit Community Power Works Project Manager Mary Christa Smith promotes the group's first fundraise on Saturday, the Watt Shot.

On today's Local News Hour, Charlie Sturgis has the weekly trails update and talks about a new Mid-Mountain section going in and improvements to Spiro trail. Josh Hobson, a former candidate for Park City Council had to back out of the race after learning that he's 100 steps from being within the city's boundaries. He talks about what would have been his campaign platform. Snyderville Basin Planning Commission Chuck Klingenstein reviews the Pace Ranch Development proposed rezone.

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