East County Code

Summit County

The Summit County Council has a pretty light agenda Wednesday. They will hold two public hearings, looking to amend the Snyderville Basin Code, as well as regulations on the East side.

The council, meeting at the Coalville Courthouse, will hold two public hearings starting at 6:00 pm.

First up is a proposal to allow food trucks in the planning code. Deputy county manager Janna Young said the change only applies to the Snyderville Basin.

Summit County

The Summit County Council hosted a lengthy and well-attended public hearing Wednesday night in Kamas on proposed revisions to the East County Planning Code. The council took public comments under advisement after a meeting where turnout approached 250 people, as Rick Brough reports:

Summit County

After a meeting last week on the revised East County Code that drew more than 150 people, Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt says the large amount of public comment spells further analysis on the revised code.  Rick Brough has more:

The Summit County Council attracted over 30 people Wednesday for a special hearing on Chapter 3 of the East County Code. The Council Chairman Chris Robinson set out what they want to propose as code changes -- in particular getting rid of a zone that encourages density along roadways. In response, citizens talked about how the changes will affect them, and discussed their visions for the East Side and planning policies. Rick Brough has more.

The Summit County Council held a hearing Wednesday on proposed revisions to the East County Code. That's nearly two years after they received recommendations from the East County Planning Commission. But as public comments illustrated, there are different perspectives on whether the Council is moving too fast or two slow. Rick Brough has more.