Phil Bondurant

Leslie Thatcher

As the winds shifted Thursday, smoke from the Dollar Ridge Fire blew into Summit County – and the P-M 2-point-5 levels jumped sky high into the unhealthy category. While the numbers have dropped into good or moderate - they continue to fluctuate and caught the attention of the Summit County Health Dept. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has more.

Summit County Environmental Health Director Phil Bondurant says the smoky skies came on quickly.

Phil Bondurant, Environmental Health Director with Summit County, talks about an algal bloom recently observed at Rockport Reservoir.

The Sundance Film Festival is bigger than just Park City.  In addition to all of the permitting that must be approved by the municipality, the Summit County Health Department is also very invovled to protect the health of those attending the festival.  Leslie Thatcher explains:

Local News Hour - January 10, 2018

Jan 10, 2018

Evelyn Lees kicks off today’s program with the Utah Avalanche Forecast Center update. Park City School Board Member Andrew Caplan and Associate Superintendent of Wellness Ben Bellnap recap Tuesday's school board work session. Assistant Park City Manager Matt Dias previews the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting. Summit County Health Dept. Director of Environmental Health Phil Bondurant discusses the department's role in the Sundance festival and, finally, Wasatch School District Superintendent Paul Sweat reviews what’s going on in his  district. 

Health Department Raising Fees and Wants Public Input

Dec 13, 2017

The Summit County Health Department wants the public to weigh in on the proposed fee schedule for 2018.  They’re going up next year and people can give input for the next few weeks. Carolyn Murray has this:

Local News Hour - December 13, 2107

Dec 13, 2017

On today’s program, Snyderville Planning Chairman Canice Harte recaps last night’s meeting on the future of the Colby School campus. Park City Mayor Jack Thomas has more details on the tentative Treasure Hill agreement in which Park City will purchase half of the density for $30 million.  Summit County Health Dept. Environmental Director Phil Bondurant with an update on air quality monitoring and urban farm and local photographer and now filmmaker Lori Admaski Peek talks about the screening of her film, Down the Fence, at the Park City Film Series on Thursday.

Local News Hour - September 13, 2017

Sep 13, 2017

On today’s program, Snyderville Planning Commissioner Malena Stevens has a recap of last night’s meeting. Park City Manager Diane Foster, Beth Bynan (Business License Specialist) and Hannah Tyler (Planner)  have a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting.

Local News Hour - September 8, 2017

Sep 8, 2017

On today’s program, Bob Radke with Basin Rec has this week’s Mountain Trails Report. DACA participant Enrique Sanchez shares his story and the uncertainty of his future with the decision made this week to phase out the DACA program. Summit County Council Member Roger Armstrong and Park City Council member Nann Worel have an update on this year’s City Road Tour to Boulder. CO. Park City Museum Director Sandra Morrison and Marianne Cone with Park City Mining History have details on the Celebrate Our Roots on Wednesday, and a recap of mine site stabilization efforts this year.

On today’s program, Snyderville Basin Planning Commission vice-chairwoman Bea Peck has a review of Tuesday’s meeting Summit County Health Dept. has its monthly update with Phil Bondurant, Environmental Health Director and Aaron Newman, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Coordinator. They discuss the Silver Creek Sewer Expansion and upcoming mental health public input meetings and Park City Film Series Director Katie Wang has details on the three film screenings this month.

Local News Hour - January 11, 2017

Jan 11, 2017

On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City School Board Members Andrew Caplan and Julie Eihausen reviewing  yesterday's work session including the preliminary budget discussion. Park City Manager Diane Foster and Economic Development Director Jonathan Weidenhamer to discuss the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting. Summit County Health Dept.

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