Pat Putt KPCW Carolyn Murray

The Tour of Utah has come into its own since 2000 when the first inkling of the race was an amateur stage race held in Salt Lake City. Long-time Park City area resident and Summit County employee, Pat Putt loves the sport and has been a part of the world pro cycling event since the beginning. Carolyn Murray has this:

 

Park City Police Department

The 17-year old teen accused of distributing illegal substances that were shipped to a Park City address from over seas has denied the charges in Summit County’s Third District Juvenile Court. Third District Juvenile Judge, Elizabeth Knight commended the teen for complying with her in home detention over the past few weeks and approved her transfer to a residential treatment facility.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Deanne Hall, marketing department,  from Daniels Summit Lodge and Mountain Resort.   

Kathryn  Blanken  & Doug Blanken  co owners of Flowers by you.  Park City’s first and only Do It yourself  floral bar and terrarium located at 1729 Sidewinder Drive, Unit 2. 

Annie M. Lowrey reports on politics and economic policy for The Atlantic magazine. Previously, Lowrey covered economic policy for The New York Times. Prior to that, she covered the economy as the Moneybox columnist for Slate. Imagine if every month the government deposited $1,000 into your bank account, with nothing expected in return. It sounds crazy. But it has become one of the most influential and hotly debated policy ideas of our time. Annie talks with Roger and Doug.

On today’s program, President of the Park City Board of Realtors Todd Anderson discusses the stats from the 2nd quarter of 2018.  Park City School District Business Administrator Todd Hauber has details about tomorrow's Truth in Taxation hearing 6 pm. The Park City School Board is scheduled to increase taxes by $5.6 million -  more than 13% from last year’s budget.

Summit County Sheriff's Office

  A Snyderville Basin resident, who was arrested last year  on several charges for allegedly victimizing his girlfriend, came to Third District Court last week for sentencing. The ultimate outcome was that 48-year-old Jason Stone pled Guilty to two lesser charges.   He was sentenced to three years of supervised probation. Rick Brough has more. Under the sentence handed down from Judge Patrick Corum July 30th, Stone received no additional time behind bars.

Summit County

After some discussion on Wednesday, the Summit County Council decided to take an opportunity to acquire a unit in Bear Hollow. Council Member Roger Armstrong says maybe they can tighten up the one-time deed restrictions on the unit, to make it affordable housing again.

The council is looking at a unit at 5573 North Oslo Lane. 

Armstrong said that nearly 20 years ago, they set up dozens of residences at Bear Hollow to be affordable housing. But they haven't stayed that way.

 Valeria Jimenez joins Cada Domingo. Valeria is the Keys to Success Program Manager for the Success in Education Foundation. She discusses her position with the Success in Education Foundation, her experiences growing up in Utah as a Chicana and what it means to her to identify as one by discussing her interests and likes, and about the importance of encouraging youth to learn about their heritage. Valeria is from Heber City, Utah and a recent graduate of the University of Utah.

Summit County Sheriff Justin Martinez offered some details last week about how the Tollgate Fire started. And during his regular visit to KPCW, he had some tips about fires—since we still have several weeks left in the summer season.

Sheriff Martinez appeared last week on the Local View, speaking to host Chandler Montgomery.

Tollgate was reported as a vehicle-caused fire. The Sheriff discussed what happened.

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