On today's Local News Hour, Charlie Sturgis with Mountain Trails Foundation invites you to participate in National Trails Day on Saturday. Park City School Board member Julie Eihausen has the latest on choosing a new candidate to replace Moe Hickey on the school board and master planning. Park City Council member Liza Simpson announces she is not going to run for re-election.
ON this Bike to Work Day, Local News Hour host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Mountain Trails Foundation's Charlie Sturgis from one of three breakfast gathering spots. Clint McAfee and Jason Christensen talk about the proposed water pumping surcharge and water conservation. Park City council member Tim Henney has an update from Thursday's council meeting. Colin Hilton and Sandy Chio from the Utah Olympic Park have an update on the new training jumps and summer activities and Sam Schwoebel with Basin Recreation has a final bike to work call-in from the Basin Fieldhouse.
New software purchased by Park City Municipal will give residential customers a way to track details of when, where and how they waste water, and give them specifics to reduce water use. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Governor Gary Herbert says water conservation in Utah is among the highest of priorities as he lays out a plan for statewide conservation. On a local level, Park City Municipal will participate by examining some of its own conservation practices. Lynn Ware Peek has more.