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During public comments at its weekly meeting, the Summit County Council heard more opposition to the noise wall planned along Interstate Highway 80 at Jeremy Ranch. Rick Brough has the story:

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In the Summit County Council's proposed revision of the East County Planning Code, one major item would eliminate the highway corridor zone along major routes. Wednesday's public hearing had some owners complain about their density being taken away. Rick Brough has more:

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A lengthy public hearing this week hosted by the Summit County Council delved into a lot of topics regarding the East County Planning Code. Suspicion over a couple of provisions stirred a reaction from the audience. Rick Brough has more:

In Wednesday’s meeting the Summit County Council was asked to consider the ongoing water quality problems with nutrients in the Weber River.  They heard a presentation from council member Doug Clyde who says the river has been out of compliance for a long time. Carolyn Murray has this:

In the public comment time of this week's Summit County Council meeting, two young students again pressed for a countywide ban on plastic bags.  Council chair Kim Carson told Rick Brough that she would like to explore the idea:

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The applicant of the repurposed Colby School development, Hoffvest LLC, issued a letter Monday demanding the Summit County Council postpone its scheduled decision Wednesday to rule on the appeal. The letter also asks the council to recuse itself from the matter altogether after meeting in what Hoffvest claims was an illegally closed session. Leslie Thatcher has the story:

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The Summit County Council is still trying to determine the future of affordable housing in the area.  Council Member Glenn Wright said this was a major topic at the council's retreat last week, as Rick Brough reports:

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The Summit County Council Wednesday did not come to a decision on the three appeals filed against the Colby School redevelopment project, as Rich Brough reports:

When participants at Monday's Summit County Council retreat discussed advancing transportation in a clean, efficient way, they weren't afraid to consider futuristic options.  Rick Brough has details:

At the Summit County Council's annual retreat on Monday, members talked about where they see the county 12 years out.  As Rick Brough reports, that timeframe wasn't chosen accidentally:

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