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The Park City Council voted to approve an ordinance change that would allow the council to establish off-leash dog areas-- with a handful of caveats.  The council also approved a pilot program to give two areas a try for off-leash, but controlled dogs. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

On today's program: Utah Department of Workforce Services Public Information Officer Nic Dunn, Park City Manager Diane Foster, Solar Program Coordinator of Utah Clean Energy Kate Bowman and Park City Medical Center Dietician Becky Cannon.

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Two new Park City Council members and one returning member were sworn in on Monday evening, bringing a new look to the council sitting behind the dais at the City Council chambers of the Marsac Building. Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Curtis Ray about leaving Utah and becoming Chief Meterologist in Helena, MT. Then Teri Orr with Park city Institute promotes the act for New Year's Eve, Ann Wilson. Local Filmmaker Jill Orschel recounts her recent experience of visiting the polygamous community of Colorado City, AZ where children visited with Santa for the first time in decades. Outgoing Park City Council Member Dick Peek talks about his term in office and Main Street Businessman Steve McComb talks about his idea for shuttle drop off zones in town.

ON today's program Leslie Thatcher speaks with the COO of Park City Resort, Bill Rock who addresses a number of complaints from locals. Outgoing Park City Council Member Liza Simpson gives her farewell interview and Beth Ann Schneider has details on the restoration of a 1941 Boeing Stearman.

On today's program Leslie Thatcher speaks to Ton Kohler, Heber City Planning Director, Park City Council Member Cindy Matsumoto, Jake Hanely, Jeremy Ranch Nordic Track Manager and Mike Luers, Director of the Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District about proposed fee increases.

On today's program, Park City School District's Ember Conley and Phil Kaplan react to the defeat of the $56 million school bond. Park City Manager Dianer Foster and Jenny Dierson preview Thursday's City Council meeting. Jenny Mauer and Laura Elton have details on this year's Roomate Roundup program and Wasatch County Clerk Brent Titcomb talks about how the county's first ever mail-in balloting went.

In Tuesday’s election, Park City voters returned incumbent Andy Beerman to the city council for another four year term. He will be joined by newcomers Nann Worel and Becca Gerber.

Park City school district’s $56 million bond to build a new 5/6 school, expand the high school and demolish TMJHS along with some improvements to athletic, music and dance facilities bond suffered a decisive defeat. With more than thousand vote difference, those voting against the bond was 3,001 compared to 1,944 voting.

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Becca Gerber says she is inspired by Park City, where she grew up, by the people she's known here -- and she'd like to help bring around positive change in the City she loves.  KPCW's Rick Brough has more. 

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Park Meadows resident Dan Portwood is one of six candidates vying for one of three Park City Council seats.  Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

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