Rory Murphy

  On today’s program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks to former Summit County Sheriff Dave Edmunds who has been appointed to serve as Executive Director of the Utah Communications Authority. Marlene Peacock, and Jean Daly – co-presidents of Park City Friends of Library have information on this weekend’s used book sale and upcoming Author’s Luncheon. Sally Elliott and Rory Murphy invite the community to Wednesday’s Pik ‘n Shovel membership party at the Town Lift to support the Friends of Ski Mountain Mining History.


The co-chairs of the Park City School District's master planning committee met with the school board on Tuesday and gave their professional take on the condition of  Treasure Mountain Junior High School.  They say it's time to tear it down.  Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

Snyderville Basin Planning Commissioners were enthusiastic Tuesday night, as they took a second look at Pace Meadows, a mixed commercial residential development along the Highway 40 frontage road. But they said they still need to get their arms around the applicants' rationale for up to 400,000 square feet of density. And they're concerned if the project will set a precedent. Rick Brough has more.

Prospector resident Rory Murphy is known for several developments around Park City, he's also known for his involvement in the Master Planning committee of the Park City School District among many other civic duties.  Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

During the Local News Hour, we speak with Century Link about their 1 gigabit per second (Gbps) speeds.  Then Travis English who gives a review of the Summit County Fair, Rory Murphy, Park City Council candidate, and Jon Henry who talk about the Youth Speak Competition on Monday. 

Melissa Band

The six candidates vying for office in Park City's council races drew a crowd of about 100 for the  Park City Board of Realtors candidate forum.  It was no surprise that the topics included traffic, affordable housing, and how to deal with the ski resorts, in particular Vail.  KPCW's Rick Brough has more. 

Rory Murphy is one of six candidates vying for one of three seats on the Park City Council. He says with his background in development, he can help the city move forward. Lynn Peek has more.

Historic preservation and restoration is a passionate topic in Park City. The developer of the Rio Grande property where a historic building sits presented at the Park City council meeting last week, stressing that he’s doing everything he can to restore that historic building.  Lynn Ware Peek has more.

As part of an Old Town renovation, the historic Rio Grande Building was moved off premises last summer, just downhill from the Town Lift Plaza.  Now this week, it will be moved back in place.  Lynn Ware Peek has more.

The further the master planning committee of the Park City School District gets into deciding what the school district needs are for future buildings, the more complicated it gets. Lynn Ware Peek has more.