In local Summit County races, the focus of attention has often been the contests for County Council.
But campaign finance reports this week show little activity for Council seats D and E in 2014. In fact, more money is being thrown into some of the races for County Department heads. Rick Brough has more.
At Monday's KPCW - Park Record 2014 Election Forum, the candidates running for Summit Council Seat D - incumbent Chris Robinson and challenger Craig Williams = discussed the proposed Tesoro oil pipeline, their position on responding to the needs of the East Side, and other items. Rick Brough has more.
Christopher Robinson is asking to be elected a third time to the Summit County Council, saying he's ready to take on the difficult challenges and he has the experience to bear on just about anything that comes to the Council. Rick Brough has more.
Craig Williams, a Republican candidate for the County Council, says he has a national and international perspective that he can use to address issues locally. Williams is running against incumbent Chris Robinson for Council Seat D. Rick Brough has more.
Park City and Summit County, which have often worked together, have made it official, with an inter-local agreement to jointly plan the Canyons Resort and Park City Mountain Resort areas. As KPCW's Rick Brough reports, the County Council approved the agreement on Wednesday.
The Summit County Council today will have another look at its proposed animal control ordinance and is planning a field trip on Thursday to look at the proposed wilderness areas. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.
Kamas resident and businessman Sean Wharton is making his third bid for a seat on the County Council. Running for Council Seat E, Wharton says he brings a good work ethic, and a fresh set of eyes doesn't hurt, since the Republican incumbent David Ure has been in the seat for the past six years. Rick Brough has more.