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On this episode, hosts Nell Larson and Chris Cherniak spoke with Insa Repien, Executive Director at Recycle Utah.  Insa reflects on Recycle Utah's twenty five years of providing recycling and re-purposing services to the community and what challenges lie ahead. Next up, a conversation with Paul Spitler of the Wilderness Society about the deadline looming for the Land and Water Conservation Fund, and what will happen if the fund is not reauthorized by Congress.

 

Friends of Animals Utah has taken on a new name and logo, but they still have their original mission of protecting animals and adopting them into good homes. Rick Brough has more.

Over the last few weeks. members of the Women's Giving Fund voted on line for one of three finalists in the first ever High Impact Grant Award with the winner named last Thursday. Leslie Thatcher has more.

The Wolfpack, winner of the Grand Jury Prize for Documentary at this year's Sundance Film Festival, has made its way to commercial release. Linda Jager has her take on the film for this week's Friday Film Review.

On today's Local News Hour host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Park City planners Kirsten Whetstone and Christy Alexander and Kirsten Whetstone.  The Alice Claim development is back on the agenda. Summit County Manager Tom Fisher reviews the county council's agenda for Wednesday, including the Mountain Accord Agreement. Chocolatier Phyllis Robinson is the guest for tomorrow's Free Lunch and Learn at the PC MARC and talks all things chocolate. Finally, Rabbi David Levinsky has arrived in Park City and conducted his first Shabbat Service on Friday. He introduces himself to the community.

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The Summit County Council spent a lot of time reviewing the Be Wise Energize program, but didn't take any official steps to move it forward. Council members agree there are still too many questions and loose end. During the public hearing, Citizens asked why there's a need for it and staff agreed that the item needed to be continued. Rick Brough has more.

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Hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells kicked off this episode with author Paul Zane Pilzer and a conversation about his book The End Of Employer-Provided Health Insurance. It could be just what you need figure out the modern U.S. health care system. Blaine and Honey Parker of Slow Burn Marketing then joined the show to talk about their book Billion Dollar Branding.

When Tom Kelly isn't following the athletes o the U-S Ski and Snowboard teams around, he can usually be found taking photos.  Some of his favorite landscapes will be on display at a Kamas gallery for the rest of the month. Leslie Thatcher has more.

While the Summit County Council is scheduled to adopt its Be Wise Energize loan program, the author of a recent Letter to the Editor argues there are still several unanswered questions. Rick Brough has more.

On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Park City Community Engagement Liaison Craig Sanchez about the newly completed City Hall Plaza. Kathleen Toth President of Friends of Animals Utah talks about the new rebranding campaign. The organization is rolling out with a new name and a new logo this week. Bonner Paddock talks about his challenges with Cerebral Palsy but how they didn't stop him from climbing Mount Kilimanjaro and Kimball Art Center Volunteer Coordinator Samantha Greer needs you to sign up to volunteer for the annual Arts Festival.

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