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Local News Hour - November 4, 2016

Nov 4, 2016

On today’s Local News Hour, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt who has a monthly update about the development projects in the Snyderville Basin. Park City Council member Becca Gerber discusses some of the items on yesterday’s council meeting agenda. about last night's meeting.

Friday's Local News Hour with fill-in host Renai Bodley begins with Mountain Trails Foundation Executive Director Charlie Sturgis.  He gives an update on trail conditions and then issues a stern warning for dog owners on the PC trail.  Off-leash dogs are creating problems for livestock in that area and the trail is being monitored closely, so hikers need to keep their dogs on leash.   Then in our "What's That Pat?" monthly segment, Summit County Community Director Pat Putt has updates on the Boyer Tech Center and employee housing at Canyons Village.

  On today’s program Charlie Sturgis has his weekly trails update, including the rerouting of Jenny’s on Monday. In his monthly update, “What’s That with Pat?” Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt discusses the Canyons Village Master Plan redo and what’s going on at the Skullcandy excavation site. Park City Council Member Andy Beerman updates us on last night’s meeting and announces that he and his wife and business partner are looking to sell their lodging business and shares in the TMI (Treasure Mountain Inn).

ON today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks with Summit County Council Member Roger Armstong about the council giving members a pay raise; Summit County Development Director Pat Patt reviews planning issues; Snyderville Planning Chair Bea Peck updates listeners on the Skull Candy building and the Director of the Park City Institute Teri Orr has details about this weekend's Saints and Sinners Fundraiser.

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County Development Director Pat Putt and Personnel Director Brian Bellamy; Colin Deford, who is running for Summit County Council; Kyle Oram who talks about solar panel installation; and Rick Rea, Artistic Director of Ziegfeld Theatre Company about Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County Development Director Pat Putt; Park City Mayor Jack Thomas and the mayr and city manager of Courchevel, Philippe Mgnier and Nicolas Feidt and Park City Education Foundation Director Abby McNulty and After School Direcvtor John Hall.

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In the evolving story over helicopters flying over the Snyderville Basin during Sundance, it appears, once again, Uber has jumped the gun… KPCW's Leslie Thatcher explains.

On today's program, Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt reviews some of the highlights of his report to council on the State of the Canyons report. Park City planners Kirsten Whetstone and Anya Grahn review Tuesday's planning commission meeting agenda. Peter Baxter of Slamdance has details on Thursday's screening of the horror comedy Clinger. Author Kate Bolick talks about her upcoming visit to the Sundance Author Series and her new book, Spinster: Making a Life of One's Own.

Over the past week, some neighbors in the Trailside neighborhood have complained about a hillside excavation of a single family home in Highland Estates. But in response, Summit County Development Director says a lot of thought went into the approval. Despite the impression given by some critics, Pat Putt says his department isn't throwing building permits out the window. Rick Brough has more.

On today's program, Charlie Sturgis from Mountain Trails Foundation has the latest on the WOW Trail under construction. Summit County Community Development Director Patt Putt and Manager Tom Fisher respond to the controversy about the house excavation in the Highland Estates/Trailside area. Park City Council Member Cindy Matsumoto updates us on Thursday's City Council meeting.

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