Andy Beerman

Park City Mayor Andy Beerman has sent a letter to Park City’s Congressional Representatives urging them to challenge the Trump Administrations Zero-Tolerance illegal immigration policy.

Mayor Beerman’s one-page letter was sent to Utah Senator Orrin Hatch and Senator Mike Lee. The letter was also sent to Utah’s 1st Congressional District Representative Rob Bishop.

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Park City Council members are questioning whether their jobs have become too time consuming for an average citizen to do. Melissa Allison has more:

Greg Gagne begins with the Utah avalanche forecast. Park City Parking and Fleet Administrative Supervisor Kenzie Coulson, along with Julie Dixon, parking consultant, have an update on the implementation of paid parking. Park City Council Member Nann Worel and Mayor Andy Beerman recap last night's meeting. Finally, US Ski & Snowboard spokesman Tom Kelly provides an update on women's slalom, women’s aerials and women's snowboard cross at the Winter Olympics.

Local News Hour - February 2, 2018

Feb 2, 2018

On today’s show, Park City Film Series Director Katy Wang previews this weekend's screening of Darkest Hour at the Jim Santy Auditorium, recaps the Sundance festival, and looks ahead at the calendar. Newly appointed Park City Council Member Lynn Ware Peek and Mayor Andy Beerman discuss last night's meeting. And Marshall Moore, spokesman for Utah Film Studios, talks about plans for the soundstage, its involvement with the Sundance Institute, and what we can expect to see with the build-out of the property.

Evelyn Lees checks in with today’s Utah avalanche forecast. Julie Eihausen of the Park City Board of Education talks about her time on the board as well as her early departure from the position.  Park City Manager Diane Foster and Mayor Andy Beerman preview the agenda for Thursday's City Council meeting.  And Myles Rademan, founder of Leadership Park City, sets us up for the Olympic Experience on Monday at Santy Auditorium as well as next Wednesday's Leadership 101 program.

Local News Hour - January 25, 2018

Jan 25, 2018

Trent Meisenheimer gives us today’s Utah avalanche forecast. Park City Mayor Andy Beerman discusses the news that came out last night that the city is negotiating to buy all of the land encompassing the Treasure Hill project.  Brantley Eason and Cheryl Butler, Summit County GOP and Democratic party chairs, respectively, provide updates on the current Utah legislative session.  Park City School Board Member J.J. Ehlers and District Communications Director Melinda Colton discuss Tuesday's special meeting as the school board begins the recruitment process for a new superintendent.

The Park City city council tonight is scheduled to name their choice to fill the unexpired term of Andy Beerman’s council seat after he was elected mayor – even though the process may have been tainted. 

The Park City council presumably met in closed session on Tuesday January 16th after they had interviewed all 15 of the applicants over two days. That closed session was noted on the agenda. The first 7 applicants were interviewed on Thursday, January 11th and then the following 8 on Tuesday on the 16th.  

When the Sundance Film Festival launches Thursday, it will be a workout for Park City's transit, its new paid parking system, and other infrastructure.  Rick Brough reports on his recent conversation about this with new Mayor Andy Beerman:

The Park City Council has so many applicants for its one vacancy that it will take an extra week to interview everyone.  Rick Brough reports:

Local News Hour - January 12, 2018

Jan 12, 2018

Trent Meisenheimer leads off today’s program with the Utah Avalanche Center forecast. Park City Planning Commissioners Melissa Band and Preston Campbell react to the latest Treasure Hill plans. Park City Mayor Andy Beerman recaps Thursday night's city council meeting. Finally, Peace House Development Director Sally Tauber and Jorden Saxton, clinical intern, describe an upcoming outpatient group that addresses reducing shame after a domestic or sexual abuse or even a past childhood abuse.

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