The Snyderville Planning Commission has a fairly short agenda on Tuesday. Primarily, they're looking at a final Development Agreement approval for the expansion of the Tanger Outlet Mall. Rick Brough has more.
The two sides in the Park City ski resort fight have been ordered into mediation by Thursday District Judge Ryan Harris and now have until August 15th to see if they can reach a resolution.
In last week's oral argument the Park City Mountain Resort said it has tried over and over to find a resolution. At the same time, the attorney for Talisker Land Holdings and Vail offered what he said is a solution to the problem. Rick Brough has more.
As we've reported, the Summit County Council Wednesday discussed upgrading their regulations for dogs. But Council Member Chris Robinson also thinks they should look at more opportunities for dogs to go off leash. Rick Brough has more.
Now is the time to get in at the ground level to learn about the most comprehensive plan for the economic, transportation, recreation and environmental future of the Wasatch with a series of Mountain Accord Public meetings held in Park City this week. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
Summit County staffers are working up a draft ordinance they hope can apply some oversight to the proposed Tesoro Oil Pipeline. The Council plans to discuss that further next week - after they were visited by some residents in last Wednesday's Public Comment, who urged them to put Tesoro's feet to the fire. Rick Brough has more.
With a crowded courtroom watching the latest chapter in the Park City Ski Resort fight, Third District Judge Ryan Harris Thursday morning authorized an eviction of the Park City Mountain Resort from their ski hill. But at the same time, he issued a stay of his order, until another hearing set for August 27th. He also ordered that the Mountain Resort, and the landlord of the ski mountain, Talisker Land Holdings, enter into a formal mediation. Under the non-binding process, the two sides will see if they can reach an agreement by August 15th. KPCW's Rick Brough has more.
The Summit County Council is looking at upgrading its Animal Control ordinance, to take additional steps to make sure that dogs are properly licensed, on leash and are well behaved. Council members talked Wednesday about more enforcement and more education on the leash laws. But they also discussed about possibly adding more areas, including trails, where dogs can be off leash. Rick Brough has more.