Roger Armstrong

On today's program, host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County Council Member Roger Armstrong about the County Fair, Epic Pass sales tax and transportation planning. Park City Teacher Heidi Matthews talks about her campaign as a candidate for President of the Utah Education Association and Paul Murphy and Chad Ambrose with Rocky Mountain Power explain why the utility company is asking the Public Service Commission for a surcharge on those with rooftop solar.

On today's program, host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County Council Member Roger Armstrong about the  Summit County Fair and Tuesday's EPA meeting. Gary Marx, the President for the Center of Public Outreach will be the guest speaker at Monday's Community Conversation. Park City Leadership Founder Myles Rademan has details on the pending deadline to register for Class 22 and Ski Utah Director Nathan Rafferty promotes the #100DaystoWinter celebration on Friday at the Utah Olympic Park.

Summit County Council Member Roger Armstrong redrafted a key provision in the revised Snyderville General Plan, Phase 2, working with the county attorney's office. That was a key step, before the county council voted to approve the second phase. Rick Brough has more.

As the Summit County Council met this week, much of their time was spent discussing transportation issues.  KPCW's Rick Brough has more.

The horrible traffic jam that Park City suffered on Monday, December 29th is already becoming the stuff of legend.    It's being called "Car-mageddon" by some, like members of the Summit County Council.  On Wednesday,  the Council talked about how to avoid a repeat and how to deal, in general, with congestion and dependence on cars.    Rick Brough has more.

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.

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.

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.

Tour Of Utah Proved Successful

Aug 20, 2014
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.

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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