Summit County Council

Summit County has some important issues to work out with Vail and Canyons Resort in the near future, according to County Manager Bob Jasper. Rick Brough has more.

During their meeting last week, the Summit County Council looked to the future on a couple of topics. One was the Mountain Accord regional planning effort. The other was the dangers of landslides.

The Summit County Council offered to pay up to $243,000 to the Pine Meadows Ranch Owners Association to fix a portion of the road that serves the subdivision. Leslie Thatcher has more.

A member of the Summit County Council says he wants to have a frank and open discussion with his colleagues about whether they should continue with the Mountain Accord process.

In some brief comments Wednesday, Council member David Ure didn't give many specifics about his concerns, but did refer to the recent audit of the Utah Transit Authority. Rick Brough has more.

The Summit County Council didn't get any public comment at two public hearings.
Wednesday - one concerning a rate increase for their Mountain Regional water district; and the other, for a proposed $25 million dollar bond that would go on the November ballot for voters of the Snyderville Recreation District. 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 has a busy agenda on Wednesday. But according to County Manager Bob Jasper, one of their most important items is discussing the Mountain Accord planning process. Rick Brough has more.

The Summit County Council has a busy agenda on Wednesday.  But according to County Manager Bob Jasper, one of their most important items is discussing the Mountain Accord planning process. Rick Brough has more.

The Tesoro Pipeline Company may come to agree with Summit County that the best place for the proposed pipeline to transport waxy crude from the Uintah Basin to refineries in Salt Lake is away from the Weber River Corridor. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

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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