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  • As the affordable housing crisis escalates across resort communities, Aspen Skiing Company is doing something about it. The ski company is offering free season passes to those with rooms to rent if they’ll lease to the resort’s seasonal employees.
  • Park City Planning Director Gretchen Milliken discusses school construction and future affordable housing plans for the renovation of the Doubletree Hotel. ***CORRECTION: It was inaccurately stated that Vail Resorts is the owner of the DoubleTree, formerly known as the Yarrow at 1600 Park Ave. Vail Resorts had previously managed the property as a third party but did not own it. According to Summit County records, the property is owned by Yarrow Hotel Owner LLC and managed by a real estate company in Chicago.
  • On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher's guests are: (8:20) University of Utah President Taylor Randall, who's on a statewide tour to collaborate with other Utah schools(21:36) Park City Planning Director Gretchen Milliken discusses school construction and future affordable housing projects. ***CORRECTION: It was inaccurately stated that Vail Resorts is the owner of the DoubleTree, formerly known as the Yarrow at 1600 Park Ave. Vail Resorts had previously managed the property as a third party but did not own it. According to Summit County records, the property is owned by Yarrow Hotel Owner LLC and managed by a real estate company in Chicago. (37:44) and Recycle Utah director Carolyn Wawra with a recap of the 100-mile meal and the organization's plans.
  • Mountainlands Community Housing Ex. Director Pat Matheson and winner of the Bob Wells Affordable Housing Award Tim Henney as they talk about the progress being made to build more affordable housing.
  • On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher's guests include: (7:26) Mountainlands Community Housing Ex. Director Pat Matheson and winner of the Bob Wells Affordable Housing Award Tim Henney as they talk about the progress being made to build more affordable housing, (27:23) Park City Mayor Nann Worel has a recap of last night's meeting, (42:12) and Ex. Director Jocelyn Scudder and Andrea Zavala, Community Inclusion & Engagement Coordinator with the Park City Summit County Arts Council preview the Latino Arts Festival.
  • The Park City Planning Commission received an update on city housing projects at its meeting this week.
  • The Homestake housing project took one more step forward after the Park City Council voted to approve a special services contract for the project Thursday night.
  • The Park City Council voted to change the city’s code for accessory apartments Thursday night. The council also voted to eliminate nightly rentals in a Deer Valley neighborhood.
  • Semiconductors, the affordable housing crisis in Orlando, and Argentinian baked goods are all on this week’s Mountain Money episode.
  • Andrew Ross, author of the new book Sunbelt Blues: The Failure of American Housing, shares insights into the affordable housing crisis in Orlando.