Tal Adair

On today's program Leslie Thatcher as a final chat with  Summit County Council Member Tal Adair who served for just more than a year on the council and lost in his re-election bid. Rich Sonntag  is retiring as General Manager of Promontory. We look back at his years with the development. Dr. Scott McIntosh, Medical Director of Summit County and Park City Emergency Medical Systems, and Eric Hales from Park City Fire Dept.

Local News Hour - December 8, 2016

Dec 8, 2016

On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks with Summit County Council member Tal Adair. Deer Valley President and General Manager Bob Wheaton and Guy Morris Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Stein Eriksen Lodge have details about the inaugural Stein Day on Sunday.Youth Theater director Jamie Wilcox is in with a couple of actors from the cast of Junie B. in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells? YSA Ex. Director Aimee Preston is joined by ice skating coach Stephanie Chase Bass to talk  about the growth of the Club and its success as a legacy of the 2002 Winter Olympics.

PlanWorks Design

The Summit County Council approved a height exception Wednesday for a building in the proposed Woodward Gorgoza Recreation Park — in a split 3-2 vote. Rick Brough has more.

Leslie Thatcher

Even though they have two more official meetings, Summit County Council Members and Tal Adair were honored for their service at a luncheon Wednesday. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher was there for the farewell.

Local News Hour November 10, 2016

Nov 10, 2016

On today’s program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County Council member Tal Adair to discuss yesterday’s meeting and the results of Tuesday’s election. Park City Planning Commissioner Steve Joyce discusses last night’s meeting about the Treasure project. Pamella Bello-Straus with Valley Behavioral Health and Stephen Wright -- the founder of ParentsEmpowered.org have details on the free lunch and learn next Wednesday  at noon at the PCSD office and programmers of the Get Out and Play and ACTiV8 have details on these after school 'learn-to' sports programs.

On the October 20th edition of Utah Politics Now, hosts Leslie Thatcher and Renai Bodley talk to the candidates for Summit County Council Seat E, Republican Tal Adair, who was appointed to the seat last year and is running to fill the remaining two years of the term, and Democrat Glenn Wright.  They answer questions about affordable housing, transportation and growth.  And then they answer listener's questions, including the final caller who challenged the candidates to list the names of the mayor's of the county's east side cities. 

Nearly 80 Summit County residents turned out for the  KPCW/Park Record Candidate Forum Monday night. Here are the segments in their entirety.

Utah House of Representatives House Districts 53 and 54:

Park City Board of Education:

Summit County Council:

$25 Million Open Space Bond presened by Assistant Park City Manager Matt Dias:

Summit County Transportation Sales Tax Measures presented by Becky Kearns:

An update on the investigation into the deaths of two Treasure Mountain Junior High School Students tops this morning’s Local News Hour.  Host Renai Bodley talks to Park City Police Chief Wade Carpenter about the new synthetic drug “pink” and why police are concerned it could be in our community.  Then Summit County Councilman Tal Adair gives an update on criminal justice reform and a new plan to move non-violent drug offenders out of the jail and into supervision.  Snyderville Planning Commissioner Bea Peck talks about the Discovery CORE project, which is a mixed affordable housing project

  On today’s program, host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County Council Member Tal Adair about the new structure for Mountain Accord and the county’s new green building standards. Park City Planning Commission Chairman Adam Strachan distills the discussion held on Treasure at last night’s meeting.

An unknown number of Summit County Republican voters were turned away at Tuesday's caucus after being told that voting had ended - an hour before the published time that voting was to take place. The party has since apologized that it happened, but the party chairman says he was just following the rules. Leslie Thatcher has the story.

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