Wasatch County

Heber, Midway and Wasatch County

In Tuesday’s election, Park City voters returned incumbent Andy Beerman to the city council for another four year term. He will be joined by newcomers Nann Worel and Becca Gerber.

Park City school district’s $56 million bond to build a new 5/6 school, expand the high school and demolish TMJHS along with some improvements to athletic, music and dance facilities bond suffered a decisive defeat. With more than thousand vote difference, those voting against the bond was 3,001 compared to 1,944 voting.

Heber City Police Department

A suspected drunk driver in a pickup truck rammed a car three times on Heber’s Main Street Friday night.   Heber police say it’s not the driver’s first time with a DUI charge and he’s out of jail on bond today.  KPCW’s Renai Bodley has more.

If the numbers are any indication, mail-in voting in Wasatch County could be considered a success.   Even though Election Day is still a week away, more than 25 percent of the voters have already turned in their ballots. KPCW’s Renai Bodley has the story. 

 

Here is the link to Utah's online voter registration.  *You must be registered online by October 27, 2015, to participate in the 2015 election.*

http://ci.heber.ut.us/

Heber City will have two - possibly three - new city council members next year.  Three seats are up for re-election and only one incumbent is running.  The candidates will face off at a forum Tuesday, October 20th.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story.  

Heber City

Should a gas station be built at the end of an airport runway?  Heber City Council is grappling with that issue, along with the possiblity of an airport upgrade.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story. 

Wallsburg for Responsible Growth

  Wasatch County Council and Wasatch Planning Commission meetings were standing-room-only last week. Most of the crowd came to express concerns about a proposed zoning change in the small town of Wallsburg.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story.

Wasatch County School District

  It was a full house at a public hearing Thursday, September 17, at the Wasatch County School District offices.   Residents spoke out for and against the proposed 62 million dollar bond that will pay for a new elementary school, middle school, and community pool.  KPCW's Renai Bodley has the story:

Plans to develop the more than 3,000 acre Mayflower parcel strerching from the shores of Jordanelle Reservoir to the upper reaches of Deer Valley Resort are moving forward, with a Park City architect leading the way. Leslie Thatcher has more.

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