Safe Kids Day is coming up on Friday, May 19th. The Summit County Health Department is hosting an afternoon of events to educate kids and parents on how to avoid preventable injury from accidents. Carolyn Murray has more:
There’s a Fork in the Road this Saturday night. That’s what EATS Park City is calling their fundraising event. EATS stands for Eat Awesome Things at School. It’s going to be a food extravaganza with delicious offerings and fabulous silent auction prizes. Carolyn Murray has the details:
Budget discussions dominated the Park City Board of Education Meeting on Tuesday. The preliminary draft is calling for 25 new staff. Estimated property growth and additional legislative money will help cover some of the costs. Carolyn Murray has more details.
The Mountain Recreation Facilities Master Plan is gearing up for another 5 year term. The partnerships needed to forge a comprehensive recreation program involves several stake holders including the Park City School District. Carolyn Murray has more:
A team of five middle schoolers from the Park City Day School and the Weilenmann School of Discovery has qualified to attend the Odyssey of the Mind World Competition in Michigan a little later this month. Carolyn Murray has more.
The Park City School District has posted a survey on their website urging the community to weigh in on the school start time change options. They’ve had a huge response in just the first day of it being posted. Carolyn Murray has more:
Summit County Public Works director Derrick Radke talks about penalties on folks who aren't paying the $36 a year garbage fee. Paul Morris, Deputy Director & General Counsel for MIDA discusses plans for the military hotel on the Mayflower property that will replace Hill House that was torn down nearly 20 years ago to make way for the 2002 Winter Olympics. Snowbird Communications Manager Brian Brown tells us that winter isn't over yet at the only Utah resort still open and Communications and Development Manager Ann Johnson and interim Ex.
The new chairman of the Summit County Republican Party, Brantley Eason, says his goals are to engage the community, present good candidates and let the electrorate decide. Rick Brough has more on the new leader.