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Local News
12:59 pm
Fri October 10, 2014

City And County In On Discussions Involving Resorts Linking

Park City and Summit County, which have often worked together, have made it official, with an inter-local agreement to jointly plan the Canyons Resort and Park City Mountain Resort areas. As KPCW's Rick Brough reports, the County Council approved the agreement on Wednesday.

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Environmental Debate
10:11 am
Fri September 26, 2014

County Hears Proposal To Grow Wilderness

Credit Doug Dolde

The Summit County Council Wednesday night was shown a proposal to expand the High Uintas Wilderness area in Summit County by 28,000 acres - about 16 percent.

The Council also heard public input from citizens who support the wilderness expansion - and other who are concerned how it will impact fire prevention, the watershed and livestock activity. Rick Brough has more.

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Bias Against Park City
5:19 pm
Thu September 25, 2014

Armstrong Criticizes Mountain Accord Of Agenda

Members of the Summit County Council are concerned about what's happening in the Mountain Accord process.

Talking to his colleagues Wednesday, Council Member Roger Armstrong spurred comments. He said that with time running out, the Accord discussions on transportation aren't getting down to brass tacks. More troubling, he said, Summit County is being treated as an afterthought, and it feels like the tenor of the meetings is tilting against a possible light rail up Parley's Canyon - but in favor of a rail up SAlt Lake's Cottonwood Canyon. Rick Brough has more.

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Tour Wrap-up
7:00 pm
Wed August 20, 2014

Tour Of Utah Proved Successful

Credit Cindy Kaiser

Nearly two weeks after the Tour of Utah passed through Summit County, leaders from the Kamas area say it was a well-run event.  That's an improvement over the last summer, when East Side mayors voiced some heartburn over the impact of bike races.

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Local News
2:33 pm
Thu August 14, 2014

County Council Discusses Ideas For Mountain Accord

The Summit County Council Wednesday got a presentation on the status of the regional Mountain Accord planning process. But at the same time they voiced concerns about what information they're getting out of the process, or how they can be put forward their viewpoints. Rick Brough has more.

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EPA Talks
12:26 pm
Tue July 15, 2014

Tailings In Silver Creek Could Take A Decade To Clean

Summit County Manager Bob Jasper, along with Council members Roger Armstrong and Chris Robinson, made a trip to Denver Monday to talk with the Environmental Protection Agency about their plan to clean up the old mine tailings in the corridor of Lower Silver Creek. Rick Brough has more.

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Oil Pipeline
5:55 pm
Thu May 1, 2014

Summit County Looks To Beef Up Pipeline Ordinance

Summit County's Manager and his staff are looking for ways to create a beefed-up county ordinance governing pipelines while the Tesoro company is proposing a pipe from the Uintah Basin running through the county.

But that meant the staff were burning the midnight oil Wednesday night to meet a deadline. Rick Brough has more.

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Oil Pipeline
2:15 pm
Mon April 14, 2014

More Time To Comment On Oil Pipeline

Because of a snafu, Summit County residents now have until April 21 to submit comments on the proposed Tesoro oil pipeline, which would run fromn the Uintah Basin, through Summit, to refineries in Salt Lake. Rick Brough has more.

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Boyer Tech Park
12:41 pm
Fri April 11, 2014

Armstrong Cautiously Supportive Of Development Amendment

County Council member Roger Armstrong says he's supportive of a change to Boyer Tech Park's development agreement - allowing the County Manager to determine early on if a prospective tenant fits with the allowed uses at the park.

Armstrong says he has confidence in County Manager Bob Jasper and Development Director Pat Putt. Rick Brough has more.

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Eastern Summit County
4:58 pm
Thu February 20, 2014

East Side Feels Bullied, Pushes Back

As we have reported, a proposal from Summit County got the sparks flying at a meeting with several East-side mayors. County Council member Roger Armstrong said it was probably for good reason.

The County is asking East-side cities to enter into inter-local agreements to provide some financial support for the services they get from the County Sheriff. Armstrong said the presentation of that could have been handled better. Rick Brough has more.

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