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Today on Mountain Money, Larry and Doug visit with Tobie Stanger, the Senior Money Editor of Consumer Reports Magazine. She wrote the January cover story, “The New Retirement – Rules, tools and attitudes you need now, whether you’re in your 20’s, 40’s or 60’s.” The second guest is Jude Robinson who is a serial entrepreneur who consults with individuals who want to start their own business. Guest number three is Jon Weisberg the founder and editor of Senior Skiing dot com.

On today's Local News Hour, Superintendent of Park City Schools, Dr. Ember Conley talks about how Trailside Elementary handled a first-grade student who brought a fake gun to school. Dr. Conley also addresses the upcoming school board meeting in which the board will give feedback on the Park City High School expansion options. Tom Kelly has his weekly USSA update, including news about Ted Ligety and Sarah Hendrickson. Rob Harter and Pete Stroughten from the Park City Christian Center talk...

A 15-year-old defendant facing drug charges related to the deaths of two Treasure Mountain Junior High students had a court date scheduled last Friday. That date is now delayed for nearly two more months. Rick Brough has more:

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The Park City Planning Commission had a full plate at Wednesday’s meeting including the Bonanza Park project. KPCW’s Melissa Allison has more.

Melissa Allison

The Park City Council met Thursday and discussed how to improve mental health services and plans for a new 61-unit affordable housing project. KPCW’s Melissa Allison has more.

John and Christie welcome their musical Guest Rob Reinfurt who performs live on the program. Then they welcome Terri Orr- executive director of the Park City Performing Arts Foundation, curator of the Park City Institute, and co-director of the PCI/Strategic News Service "Future in Review" Speaker Series. Tinsley Ellis Droped by to visit. Ellis is appearing at the Egyptian Theater this weekend.

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Even though they have two more official meetings, Summit County Council Members and Tal Adair were honored for their service at a luncheon Wednesday. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher was there for the farewell.

Local News Hour - December 2, 2016

Dec 2, 2016

On today’s program, host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County Transit Leader Darren Davis and Public Works Director Derek Radke about the opening of the new Kimball Junction Transit Center next week and plans for future express lanes on SR 224 and 248. Park City Council member Nann Worrel updates us on last night's council meeting and New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd talks about her appearance in Park City Saturday night as the opening act of the Eccles Center Main Stage season, along...

Summit County Council member Claudia McMullin says she's extremely frustrated that the Woodward Gorgoza project didn't get approval Wednesday on a building height exception. Instead, it got a continuance from the Council. McMullin says the county may be missing out on a great opportunity if it doesn't help out the proposed action-sports training facility. Rick Brough has more:

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The development of Park City Heights – which includes 79 affordable housing units - has stalled over the years. And even with a dozen homes completed this summer, no one has closed on a unit as the developer, Ivory Homes, and Park City hammer out an agreement as tohow much those units should sell for. Now, waiting families fear they could end up homeless. KPCW’s Melissa Allison has more.

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