On this edition of The Mountain Life, hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney welcome Dr. Stephanie Singer who believes there is a healthy approach to aging. Also a discussion with author Jeffrey Kluger about his book, The Narcissist Next Door.
Democratic challenger Donna McAleer debated Republican incumbent Rob Bishop for the First Congressional District seat on issues including gun control, immigration, Social Security, air quality and the Affordable Care Act.
A seven-member panel will be on tap for a public forum to discuss the proposed Tesoro oil pipeline slated to run through Summit County, carrying an oily crude oil to the refineries in Salt Lake Valley. Leslie Thatcher has more.
At the recent Park City council meeting, a line-up of residents concerned about the City's choice of Form based code for the Bonanza Park redevelopment spoke out. Some urged city council to study the zoning tool more closely and others called out to scrap it entirely. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
With few items on its agenda, a significant topic for Snyderville Planning Commission Tuesday night is a preliminary effort to, again, develop a parcel on Rasmussen Road near Jeremy Elementary. Rick Brough has more.
The Environmental Protection Agency is back in town this week, taking soil samples from property on the east side of Old Town, along the Poison Creek water shed, as well as from the school campus along Kearns Boulevard. Leslie Thatcher has more.
If you're a property owner living on the east side of Old Town - above City Hall - and want the EPA to test your property while they're in town, call this number: 435-200-4945.