Summit County Council

On today's program, host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Erin Bragg, Conservation Director with Summit Land Conservancy. Summit County manager Tom Fisher reviews the agenda for Wednesday's County Council meeting. Park City Transportation manager Alfred Knotts has details on  Wednesday's Transportation Open House from 6- 8 pm on the 3rd floor of the Park City Library.

On today's program, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Summit County Council Member Chris Robinson about the plan for Summit County to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 15% in 15 years. Park City Mountain Resort  Chief Operating Officer Bill Rock reveals the thinking behind the new combined resort logo and brand. The Park City School District Master Planning Committee has what it thinks are its final recommendations to the school board. Nancy Garrison and Rory Murphy have the latest.

On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Nick Schou, Conservation Director of Utah Rivers Council, about how to order a $40 rain barrel. Summit County Manager Tom Fisher reviews Wednesday's County Council agenda, including a discussion about the proposed tax rates. Park City Police Chief Wade Carpenter introduces two newly hired police officers Dan Cherkis and Zach Nakasishi. KPCW Marketing Director Monika Guendner has information about how your children can participate in the KPCW Water Waste Photo Contest and win cash and prizes!

On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks to the honorees of this year's Myles Rademan Spirit of Hospitality Award, Gary and Jana Cole. Summit County Council Member Kim Carson reviews the  Council's meeting, including an approval for the expansion of the Silver Creek Water Treatment Plant which includes a building six stories tall.

On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Park City Schools Superintendent Ember Conley and new School Board Member Phil Kaplan about the latest with the Master Plan. The final public input session will happen on Tuesday, July 21st 6 pm at PCHS Lecture Hall. Assistant Summit County Manger Anita Lewis and Public Works Director Derek Radke preview the Summit County Council agenda including an update on the transportation master plan.

The Summit County Council Wednesday decided to sign up for the second phase of Mountain Accord. The decision came down to a split 3-2 vote. Rick Brough has more.

On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Summit County Council Member Claudia McMullin about Mountain Accord and the name change of Friends of Animals. Park City Planning Commissioner Nann Worrel has some of the highlights of Wednesday's meeting, including the approval of Central Park City Condos and the continuation of Alice Claim. Ginger Ries with the Park City Restaurant Association has details about this summer's Cocktail Contest and 21 year old mountain biker and Park City Native Keegan Swenson is hoping to qualify for next summer's Olympics in Rio.

On today's Local News Hour host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Park City planners Kirsten Whetstone and Christy Alexander and Kirsten Whetstone.  The Alice Claim development is back on the agenda. Summit County Manager Tom Fisher reviews the county council's agenda for Wednesday, including the Mountain Accord Agreement. Chocolatier Phyllis Robinson is the guest for tomorrow's Free Lunch and Learn at the PC MARC and talks all things chocolate. Finally, Rabbi David Levinsky has arrived in Park City and conducted his first Shabbat Service on Friday. He introduces himself to the community.

The Summit County Council spent a lot of time reviewing the Be Wise Energize program, but didn't take any official steps to move it forward. Council members agree there are still too many questions and loose end. During the public hearing, Citizens asked why there's a need for it and staff agreed that the item needed to be continued. Rick Brough has more.

While the Summit County Council is scheduled to adopt its Be Wise Energize loan program, the author of a recent Letter to the Editor argues there are still several unanswered questions. Rick Brough has more.