Todd Hauber

School District Waives Student Fees, Plans Tax Hike

Apr 4, 2018

If you own property within the Park City School District boundaries, your taxes are going up. It’s no surprise to the Board of Education, because it planned the $8-million increase last year. Carolyn Murray has more: 

Local News Hour - April 4, 2018

Apr 4, 2018

First up this morning are Park City School Board President Andrew Caplan and Business Administrator Todd Hauber, who have details about Tuesday’s meeting, including a discussion on raising taxes. Next, Park City Manager Diane Foster and Planner Hannah Tyler preview the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting, which includes a number of proposed amendments to the Land Management Code to address affordable housing.

2018 Utah Education Funding Bigger Than Ever

Mar 15, 2018

The 2018 Utah legislative session is over, with "historic" school funding approved. However, the impacts on the Park City School District, along with new equalization measures, will take a few more weeks to sort out. Carolyn Murray has this:

Local News Hour - March 15, 2018

Mar 15, 2018

Today’s program begins with a recap of Wednesday's Summit County Council meeting from Glenn Wright, council member. Park City School District Business Administrator Todd Hauber brings a final update on the Utah legislative session. And Snyderville Basin Planning Commission Vice Chair Canice Harte summarizes Tuesday's meeting, in which the commission discussed food trucks.

The Park City Board of Education meets Tuesday at 9 a.m. to continue discussions on changing start times for the junior high and high schools. Research from the American Medical Association, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the American Academy of Pediatrics has highlighted the health impacts that exhaustion has on teenagers. Carolyn Murray has this:

Park City School District Business Administrator Todd Hauber recaps Tuesday's meeting, State Representative Tim Quinn calls in with a legislative update, and Park City Police Officer Terry Knechtel has details on this year’s Citizens Police Academy.

The fiscal picture for Utah shows a $500-million budget surplus. The money will be allocated towards salaries and construction projects. There’s another surplus of $25 to $80 million coming from the federal tax overhaul. Local school district officials hope education funding will receive some. Carolyn Murray has this:

Local News Hour - February 22, 2018

Feb 22, 2018

First up, Drew Hardesty has today’s Utah avalanche forecast. Summit County Council Member Roger Armstrong recaps yesterday's meeting. Park City School District Business Administrator Todd Hauber gives a legislative update. Ron Phillips, General Manager with the Jordanelle Special Services District, discusses plans to build a new administrative facility, the response to new building, growth in the district, what's happening with the Mayflower development, and the water needs of that project.

The Park City School District is a step closer to a master plan although there is still no firm date for completion. With the demographic study recently completed, they’re ready to enter the next phase, which involves collecting a large amount of internal data.   Carolyn Murray has this:

The Park City School District hired the consulting firm Lewis Young Robinson & Burningham, Inc. to predict student growth through 2027. The firm estimates that 476 new students are likely to come into the district over the next 10 years. Carolyn Murray has this:

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