Local News Hour - May 10, 2021
On today's Local News Hour:
( 00:23) Park City local Daniel Lewis announced his intent to run for city council this week. Sean Higgins spoke with the candidate.
( 03:46) Summit County Attorney Margaret Olsen has details on the county's new Conviction Integrity Unit
( 12:44) Jeremy Rubell, a Park City local and technology and business consultant, launched his campaign for a city council seat this week. Sean Higgins has this look at the candidate.
( 16:41) Unviersal pre-school grant application denied by the Department of Workforce Services updated in Carrolyn Murray's report.
( 19:26) Heber City Council Member Heidi Franco talks about the Clean Air ordinance.
( 33:26) Park City Municipal will be hosting a spring projects open house on Tuesday as Sean Higgins reports.
( 35:37) Park City Education Foundation Ex. Director Abby McNulty has an update on programs offered by the foundation.
( 43:02) Rick Brough reports on Summit County Development Director Patt Putt's approval of avalanche fences proposed in The Colony development.
(45:56) Jessica Lowell's story about the decline in a rare spieces of bumble bees found across the Rocky Mountain range.