City officials say they are more optimistic about a positive outcome in the legal dispute between Park City Mountain Resort and its landlord Talisker than they've been in months. On the other hand, they're prepared to go to court to ensure the resort stays intact, with its base within Park City's limits, if necessary. Leslie Thatcher has more.
With a court hearing schedule next week to decide how many Park City Mountain Resort will have to pay to use the upper elevation ski terrain for another season, Park City officials are staying focused on their goal - that the resort opens it entirety. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
The Park City council and Mayor spent a full day in a mid-year retreat - looking at goals set at the beginning of the year and how some of those top tier goals, like engaging the community are being accomplished. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
It's difficult to remember the days in Park City when Main Street was empty during its summer months. But now, with summer events piled high and often on top of each other - when does it become too much? Lynn Ware Peek has more.
With the Park City Library and Education Center now under renovation, the Park City Council will have to wait until the building is completed to find out whether the building can be listed on the National Register of Historic Places. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
While Park City leaders have gone on record saying they don't have a dog in the fight between Park City Mountain Resort and Vail Resorts and Talisker, the reality is they do - and sent a letter to both parties last week offering to help them settle their legal disagreements for the good of the entire community. Leslie Thatcher reports.
Short of a resolution to the two year battle between Park City Mountain Resort and Vail Resorts and Talisker over the 3,000 acres of ski terrain now under lease to Vail, Park City leaders say a court mandated mediation was the best thing that could happen. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.