The Park City Planning Director calls the proposed design for a renovation where the Kimball Art Center now sits, "less iconic, more subdued," after a historic design review of a pre-application with the business that has the historic art center under contract. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
The recent events in Ferguson, Missouri have drawn concern from law enforcement professional across the country, including Summit County. A controversial grand jury decision, and the protests and riots that followed, focused on the shooting of a black teenager by a white police officer.
In response to that, and similar incidents in Utah, there have been suggestions that officers wear body cameras. Pack City Police Chief Wade Carpenter said his department is already doing that. Rick Brough has more.
Park City Municipal and Summit County officials will compile data this week collected by those who attended Monday's Mountain Accord meeting, to flush out what the public added to the process of what County Manager Bob Jasper calls, "saving the Wasatch from being 'loved to death'." Rick Brough has more.
A standing-roon-only crowd showed up at the Richins Services Building for a Tuesday afternoon transportation forum, organized by Summit County and Park City. The attendees got a chance to indicate their preferences on several options, and in public comment, talked about everything from roundabouts to the role of Vail Resorts. Rick Brough has more.
Due to a large number of requests, KPCW posts (in its entirety) Vail's Mountain Division President, Blaise Carrig's, September 18th address before Park City Mayor and City Council and an overflowing room of residents. Approximately 20 minutes... you will not be bored! Carrig gives an overview of Vail's strategy and priorities in Park City - assuring the public that VR has no intention of making Park City the "company town" that many fear.
The Mayflower Area of Deer Valley overlooks Jordanelle and while partially developed by Deer Valley and Deer Crest, there's more development on the docket for the area that lies to the South, in Wasatch County. Lynn Ware Peek has more.