Park City Mountain Resort

Comments made on the KPCW Local News Hour by Park City's mayor and city manager last week were the impetus for another round of letters from attorneys representing Talisker/Vail Resorts. Park City Mountain Resort and Park City Municipal. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher reports.

 Disappointed by the lack of meaningful results from the negotiations so far, Park City leaders continue to pound home the message that Park City Mountain Resort needs to open this winter - no matter who is operating it. Leslie Thatcher has more.

Park City Municipal Corporation has continued with its missi0n to ensure that Park City Mountain Resort be a fully operational resort this winter. Leslie Thatcher has more.

In a statement issued today Talisker has annoucned it will accept further postponement of an eviction which could throw the Park City Mountain Resort off its ski hill.
The statement opens the door for the Mountain Resort to continue operating the next ski season. But Talisker said it's now up to the Resort to post a required bond amount to keep using the ski mountain, owned by Talisker. Rick Brough has more.

In a statement issued today Talisker has announced it will accept further postponement of an eviction which could throw the Park City Mountain Resort off its ski hill.
The statement opens the door for the Mountain Resort to continue operating the next ski season. But Talisker said it's now up to the Resort to post a required bond amount to keep using the ski mountain, owned by Talisker. Rick Brough has more.

In a letter sent to the owners of Park City Mountain Resorts and Vail Resorts, seven Park City business and government leaders are asking that before August - in a little over a week - the two disputing ski companies should announce an agreement that will keep the Mountain Resort open and operating for the next ski season. Rick Brough has more.

A group of long-time business owners and former government officials met last week with the owners of Park City Mountain Resort and Vail Resorts to see if they could ensure that the resort opens this winter. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher reports.

Everyone's wondering in the next month if a court-ordered mediation will solve the legal conflict between Talisker and the Park City Mountain Resort.

In any event, it's a tool commonly used today, according to retired Third District Court Judge Robert Hilder, who's now a professional mediator. Rick Brough has more.

In about a month, August 15th, we're scheduled to hear from the Park City Mountain Resort, and Vail Resorts/Talisker about whether they've been able to reach a resolution in a court-ordered mediation.
Former Third District Court Judge Robert Hilder, who now works as a mediator, says that the heads of the resort companies are capable people, trying to come to a good decision for them and the community. Rick Brough has more.

Park City Municipal has sent a follow up correspondence to the CEO's of Vail Resorts and Powdr Corp, expressing support for a "broader resolution" to their legal dispute which would include an operational plan for the resort to remain open for the upcoming ski season. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

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