Park City School Board Precinct 2

Peter Yogman - 231 votes - 44%

Andrew Caplan - 174 votes - 33%

Catherine Callow-Heusser - 117 - 22%

Park City School Board Precinct 3

Petra Butler - 239 votes - 40%

Moe Hickey - 213 votes - 45%

Art Brothers - 81 votes - 15%

South Summit School Board

Cynthia Card - 88 votes - 46%

Dan Eckert 56 votes - 29%

Kat Mitchell 46 - votes - 24%

Here are the results from Wasatch County's primary election:

Wasatch County Council - Seat B - At Large

Steve Farrell (R) 1751 votes - 57%

Erik Rowland (R) 1330 votes - 43%

Wasatch County Council - Seat E - Midway

Mark Nelson (R) 473 votes - 55%

Dan Ivie (R) 382 votes - 45%

Wasatch County Council - Seat G - South County

Spencer Park (R) - 296 votes - 47%

Kipp Bangerter (R) - 278 votes - 44%

Nick Lopez (R) - 53 votes - 8%

KPCW

This weekend, one of the busiest weekends of the year will be highlighted by the annual Fourth of July celebration and parade. The City expects about 25,000 people will visit Old Town on the Fourth .   Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

  Last fall, The Park City Council declared that the city’s municipal works would be net zero with respect to carbon consumption by the year 2022.  In addition, they announced that the city, as a whole, would be net zero by the year 2023. But what does net zero look like?  How is it calculated?

  Larry and Doug’s first guest is Terry Haven of Kids Count. Terry compares Utah’s rankings on child health, poverty and wellness issues against national standards.

Then Nick Johnson of Park City Hostel talks about starting a low coast hostel for budget travelers to Park City.

The final guest on the show is Doug McCormick, author of  Family Inc.: Using Business Principles to Maximize Your Family's Wealth. 

Several weeks ago, the Park City Council invited the public to speak about Vail’s application to trademark the name "Park City," and the Council was urged to oppose the application – but Park City Council member, Tim Henney, says the stance the City takes may not influence whether the trademark is granted.  Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

  Lynn and John interview Jason Wilkes, author of Burn Math Class: And Reinvent Mathematics for Yourself.  Focusing on how mathematics is created rather than on mathematical facts, Wilkes teaches the subject in a way that requires no memorization and no prior knowledge beyond addition and multiplication.Gabriela Gonzalez is a Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Louisiana State University and the Spokesperson for the LIGO Scientific Collaboration.

After the Park City planning commission got a first look at the Bonanza East proposal in May, with seven buildings for proposed commercial, office and residential space, it sent the applicant back to make changes.  Now the planning staff is reviewing the updated proposal.  KPCW's Lynn Ware Peek has more: 

Zoom Cleanup Underway

Jun 22, 2016
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A cleanup has begun under the kitchen of the Zoom restaurant on Main Street, undertaken by the landlord of the property, Ken Abdalla.   It isn't clear yet when the restaurant will open.  KPCW's Rick Brought has more:

Bates Steps Up to Bench

Jun 22, 2016

Summit County's chief criminal prosecutor, Matthew Bates, is stepping up to the bench of the Third District Court.  The Utah Senate confirmed his appointment by a unanimous vote.    Governor Gary Herbert appointed Bates to fill a vacancy on the bench left by the retirement of Judge Charlene Barlow.  The Third District covers Salt Lake, Summit and Tooele counties.  Bates has served with the Summit County Attorney's office since 2011.  Before that, he was an appellate attorney in both criminal and civil matters at the Utah State Attorney General's office from 2006 to 2008.

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