Summit County Council

County Council member Chris Robinson is optimistic that voters will support another bond on this fall's ballot for open space and recreation. Rick Brough has more.

As we've reported, the Summit County Council Wednesday discussed upgrading their regulations for dogs. But Council Member Chris Robinson also thinks they should look at more opportunities for dogs to go off leash. Rick Brough has more.

Watch Out Dogs: Here Come the Leashes and Licenses

Jun 19, 2014

  The Summit County Council is looking at upgrading its Animal Control ordinance, to take additional steps to make sure that dogs are properly licensed, on leash and are well behaved.
Council members talked Wednesday about more enforcement and more education on the leash laws. But they also discussed about possibly adding more areas, including trails, where dogs can be off leash. Rick Brough has more.

The Summit County Council and the Snyderville Recreation District are scheduling meetings this summer that could pace the way for a new bond proposal on this fall's ballot - asking $25,000,000 for open space and recreation projects. Rick Brough has more.

Summit County's new economic development director, Jeff Jones, has been on the job for about a week, and he took time to introduce himself on KPCW. Rick Brough has more.

The Summit County Council, meeting on Wednesday with representatives of UDOT, will discuss several road projects. One of those is a Highway 40 underpass that hopefully will be a boon for pedestrians and wildlife. Rick Brough has more.

The Summit County Council is meeting Wednesday with its Task Force on Animal Control and looking at three possible plans for off-leash dogs. Rick Brough has more.

Among the items on a busy agenda Wednesday, the Summit County Council will discuss if they want to ask voters in the Basin to approve a new Open Space and Recreation Bond. Rick Brough has more.

As we've reported, the Summit County Council this week ruled against an appeal from the Canyons Resort for their proposed ski maintenance - after several hours of dicussion about planning code, zoning maps, and legal nuances.
The meeting also had some sharp comments from attorneys and planners on both sides.

County Council Member Claudia McMullin said that Thursday, she and her colleagues spent a long time on an appeal over the Canyons Resort's proposed new ski maintenance building. But she said they came to the right conclusion. Rick Brough has more.

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