Summit County Manager, Tom Fisher talks about the County Council meeting on Wednesday that includes a big discussion on the 2019 budget. Park City Planning Director, Bruce Erickson previews the Planning Agenda for Wednesday. He is asking planners for a decision on the Kimball Special Events roof top deck. Yoga instructor and Health Coach, Sam Sylvitis talks about her upcoming Lunch and  Learn Topic at the PC MARC where she will discuss Aryvedic living.

Park City Newcomers is providing an opportunity for members of the community to learn about local nonprofits this Wednesday.

Carol Levine with the Park City Newcomers Club explains why the non-profit fair is returning.

“The newcomers did this fair three years ago, so we felt that it was time to do another one. It’s a very interesting process because Park City has so many non-profits that it’s difficult to choose. We tried to get newer ones that have not been out there but then we also took the old Christian Center, Peace House and all that.”

Marla Love, Director Art First, joins Cada Domingo. Marla is also a mother and community leader calling for children to have more access to art. Her studio focuses on teaching visual art, music, dance, theatre, photography and much more. She also helps organize events for Dia de los Muertos in the Salt Lake Valley

Marla Love es madre, lider comunitaria llamando a dar mas acceso al arte a los ninos. En su estudio se enfoca en enseñar arte visual, musica, baile, teatro, fotografia y mucho mas. Tambien ayuda a organizar eventos del Dia de los Muertos a travez del valle.

Utah State Board of Education

Wasatch School District was recognized at the Utah State Board of Education meeting last week.

The Wasatch County School District had an 11% gain in literacy proficiency according to assessments from the state. Superintendent Paul Sweat explained to the state board that after careful planning the district implemented several tools to increase literacy, including additional training for teachers.

A weekend power outage affected 1,600 people in Park City this past weekend. While many were concerned about homes and businesses the outage also affected local parking.

This weekend as power went out the arms on the China Bridge garage went up. Johnny Wasden with Park City Parking explains why.

“They’re designed to basically go up so that no one gets trapped in there. Not requiring payment or anything like that just because it’s no one’s fault. We just want to be able to get people out of there in the event of a power failure.”

Summit County

The recurring debate about Recreation Facilities and Accessory Buildings in the Silver Creek neighborhood, is coming back to the Snyderville Planning Commission, as they look at a proposed soccer arena in their regular meeting set for Tuesday.

The Snyderville Commission meets on Tuesday, October 9th, 4:30 at the Sheldon Richins Building.

Charlie Graves  of Athletic Republic says it is not a place to simply work out.  Its’s where you will become a better athlete. Athletic Republic’s sport-specific, individualized programming is designed specifically for athletes preparing for the upcoming season, gaining an advantage in the off-season and keeping their skills sharp during the season.

Lauri Bilawa explains that Storm Cycles is a full service, year-round bike shop dedicated to bikes and biking gear. They have excellent mechanics and are suspension experts. Their brands include Trek, Pivot and Yeti. A full line of bikes including kids, mountain, fat and electric.

Renai and Roger visit with Sarah Smarsh, author of  Heartland: A Memoir of Working Hard and Being Broke in the Richest Country on Earth. The book exposes a country of inequality that has failed its children. Personal stories from the author’s life and deeply researched  socioeconomic analysis on class in America.

Park City Municipal

The annual Community Leadership Award, presented by the Park City Leadership Program, is going to local attorney, and former chairman of the Park City Planning Commission, Adam Strachan.

This is the 16th year for the award, which is given to individuals who make good things happen through sustained involvement, tireless commitment and insightful leadership.

In the press statement for the award, Leadership founder Myles Rademan noted that Adam’s family moved to Park City in the late 1980’s.

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