Park City School Board

On today's program, host Leslie Thatcher discussed the proposed $56 million education bond with School Board members Nancy Garrison and Julie  Eihausen. Snyderville Planning Commissioner Chuck Klingenstein reviews the items of discussion at last night's meeting including the EPA update and positive recommendation for the new location of Whole Foods. Sara Hutchinson with Park City Education Foundation and Summit County Librarian Kirsten Nilsson preview the community discussions on this year's One Book - Boys in the Boat.

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The Park City Board of Education last night narrowed down the list of projects it will likely ask the community to support in a November bond election totaling 56 million dollars.  KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.

To figure out how much additional you'll pay in property taxes - use this on-line calculator by pluging in your home's assessed value. http://www.boarddocs.com/ut/pcsd/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=9Z5U8G77BFE4

On today's program, Charlie Sturgis has this week's trail report. Park City School District Business Administrator Todd Hauber and School Board member Tania Knauer and Phil Kaplan discuss the master plan and proposed bond election. Park City Council Member Liza Simpson has an update from Thursday's meeting and Josh Hockman is awarded $200 for his winning summer cocktail, The Evangaline.

On today's program, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Summit County Council Member Chris Robinson about the plan for Summit County to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 15% in 15 years. Park City Mountain Resort  Chief Operating Officer Bill Rock reveals the thinking behind the new combined resort logo and brand. The Park City School District Master Planning Committee has what it thinks are its final recommendations to the school board. Nancy Garrison and Rory Murphy have the latest.

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.

The Park City School Board and Park City Education Association came to an agreement and compensation agreements were approved for both teachers and administrators on Tuesday. Leslie Thatcher has more.

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On today's Local News Hour, Charlie Sturgis with Mountain Trails Foundation invites you to participate in National Trails Day on Saturday. Park City School Board member Julie Eihausen has the latest on choosing a new candidate to replace Moe Hickey on the school board and master planning. Park City Council member Liza Simpson announces she is not going to run for re-election.

On today's Local News Hour, Leslie Thatcher speaks with Park City school board president Tania Knauer about remodeling plans for the high school library and master planning for the Kearns Blvd. school campus. Assistant Park City manager Matt Dias and Park City Museum director Sandra Morrison talk about the mitigation efforts to save the Daly West Mine structure.

The Park City School District is accepting applications from interested residents willing to serve the unexpired term of Moe Hickey, representing District 1 - Prospector, Upper and Lower Deer Valley Old Town and Thaynes Canyon areas.  Hickey is stepping down June 30th. The Park city School Board will name his replacement June 16th. The deadline to apply is June 1st.  You can find the application here:  http://www.pcschools.us/

On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City School Board Member Julie Eihausen about the board's decision to move forward with remodeling the PCHS library even though the cost came in at three times the estimate. She also had information on how to apply for the board vacancy with Moe Hickey resigning. Park city Manager Diane Foster talks about growth and next year's  budget and the need to pay some city employees more so they can staff the positions. Nine applicants have filed for four positions on the Historic Preservation Board.

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