Summit County Council

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:

Promontory

The Summit County Council and the Eastern Summit County Planning Commission met in a joint session recently to ask representatives of the Promontory Club why most of the employee housing they pledged to build 18 years ago has yet to be started.  Rick Brough has this update:

The Summit County Council has received an updated housing needs assessment, which again points out the need for affordable homes.  Council Member Kim Carson says the although study is helpful, it raises important questions and highlights a need for further data, as Rick Brough tells us:

As part of a busy agenda on Wednesday, the Summit County Council will review a draft of its solid waste management plan.  Rick Brough brings the details:

PlanWorks Design

For the second time in as many months, the Summit County Council will hold an appeal hearing for a major proposed project in the Snyderville Basin.  Rick Brough has more:

The Summit County Council is keeping a watchful eye on several bills and issues in the current Utah legislative session, as Rick Brough reports:

Yotel Brings "Living Pods" To Canyons

Jan 25, 2018

Replay Destinations plans to build one of the first Yotel projects in North America at Canyons Village.  Yotel is a hotel developer out of London with a unique approach to creating living spaces.   Carolyn Murray has this:

The East County Planning Commission forwarded a negative recommendation on the South Pointe application to develop an area in Browns Canyon that is adjacent to Promontory.   The public and county have concerns that the application is not consistent with the existing SPA.  Carolyn Murray has this: 

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The Snyderville Basin used to be a patchwork of farms, but since the boom in development began about 30 years ago, there aren’t many large agricultural spaces left in the greater Park City area.  The iconic Osguthorpe Farm on Old Ranch Road just leapt $500,000 closer to staying intact.  Carolyn Murray has this story: 

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