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Local News Hour - November 9, 2021

On today's Local News Hour: Summit County Attorney Margaret Olson who talks about the investigation into the enforcement of the county's mask mandate and what went wrong at Parley's Park Elementary, Park City Board of Realtors President Mark Jacobsen has the 3rd quarter real estate statistics and what it means as inventory drops and members of Leadership Class 27 Kris Campbell and Heather Currie with the latest on Utah's redistricting process and how their class project helped contribute to the drawing of new maps.

( 3:07) Summit County officials crack down on Parley’s Park Elementary School
( 8:14) Summit County Attorney Margaret Olson
( 22:28) Park City Board of Realtors President Mark Jacobsen
( 33:39) The new Live Like Sam grant program offers Summit County youth startup money to create new community service projects.
( 37:09) Leadership Class 27 Kris Campbell and Heather Currie
( 48:36) About 2,500 undeliverable Wasatch County ballots ‘an anomaly

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