Abby McNulty

On today's Local News Hour:

(04:25) Mountain Mediation Ex. Director Gretchen Lee and Outreach Coordinator Lirio Sanchez talk about some of the work they're doing on landlord/tenant mediation and the upcoming Community Conversations on Reimagining Our Justice System (that will be held in Spanish).

( 24:30) Park City Education Foundation Executive Director Abby McNulty has details on preparing for a new school year and school registration.

  It appears Park City students will have the option of going to class in person or online next school year, according to a letter from the school superintendent, Jill Gildea, which is posted on the school district’s website, Kindergarten through 12th grade classes for the 2020 / 2021 school year start August 20th. 

Today on the Local News Hour:

(08:27) - Midway Mayor Celeste Johnson talks with Carolyn about the court ordered stay on a disputed case between the city of Midway and Rocky Mountain Power.

(20:20) - The Christian Center of Park City Executive Director Rob Harter discusses the services they offer for those individuals and families who are struggling to meet rent and utility payments during this time.

Today on the Local News Hour, Carolyn is joined by -Summit County Assessor Stephanie Larson. She talks about the extension given to businesses on their personal property tax payments. Filing still must happen by May 15 but payments can be postponed until August 15.

Emily Means has this week’s Legislative Report. Founder/CEO of the National Park Traveler and Author Kurt Repanshek talks about his new book Re-Bisioning the West: Restoring an American Icon to the Landscape. He will be doing a book reading and signing Thursday  evening at the Swaner Eco Center. Lara Carlton has this week’s U.S. Ski and Snowboard Report and Park City Education Foundation Executive Director Abby McNulty has an update on the foundation's support of the Park City School District's PreK program.

The Executive Director of Action Utah Andrea Himoff Action Utah has details about Wednesday's Park City Legislative Preview featuring one state senator and three state representatives who represent the Park City/Summit  and Wasatch County area. Manager of Municipal Services & Government Affairs at Republic Services -  Reese DeMille  - explains why they changed the trash pickup days. Lara Carlton has this week’s U.S.

Today on the Local News Hour: Dani Lo Feudo from Mountainlands Community Housing Trust and Pete Stoughton from the Christian Center of Park City talk about the persistent need for housing student workers as Park City heads into the peak winter season; Park City Foundation Community Impact Director Ollie Wilder and Board Member Mike Ruzek have the final tally from Friday's Live PC Give PC fundraising efforts; Park City Museum Executive Director Sandra Morrison previews an upcoming lecture called, “The Whites Want Everything,” presented by Utah historian Will Bagley; and Park City Edu

The Utah Legislature’s Tax Restructuring and Equalization Task Force met recently for its second study session. This time, lawmakers focused on education funding. 


 In their monthly update, the Park City Education Foundation has details about the Elementary Visual Arts partnership, known as EVA, to bring arts education to the youngest learners in the district.According to Executive Director of the Park City Education Foundation, Abby McNulty, the Utah legislature cut funding for elementary art programs a long time ago.

On today’s program, Central Wasatch Commission Executive Director Ralph Becker, Deputy Director Blake Perez and Communications Director Lindsey Nielsen have details on Tuesday’s public meeting and comment forum being held at Park City High School regarding the draft Central Wasatch National Conservation and Recreation Area Act. Members of Leadership Class 25 Emily Quinn Loughlin and Gregg Simonds and Junior Sanchez with Park City Municipal talk about this year's Road Tour to Crested Butte and Montrose.

On the Local News Hour: Summit County planner Ray Milliner previews this week's Snyderville Planning Commission meeting; KPCW General Manager Renai Bodley Miller and Fundraising Manager Wendy Gourley discuss KPCW’s Back Alley Bash and summer pledge drive; Peace House Prevention and Awareness Director Leisa Mukai and Prevention and Awareness Specialist Duane Domino talk about the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event; and as kids go back to school, Park City Education Foundation Executive Director Abby McNulty gives the organization’s monthly update.

Summit county Transportation Planning Mnager, Caroline Rodriguez  talks about the Jeremy Ranch Round about construction beginning today (Monday, June 10th ).  She also gives an update on the expanded  Bike Share Program. Voelker Ritzinger, founder of the Park City Farmers Market, discusses the opening day for the season which is Wednesday at noon at the base of Pakr City Mountain Resort.

On today’s program, Park City Chief Building Official Dave Thacker previews a wildfire prevention panel on Wednesday evening. Acting Director of Connect Summit County Sheri Fisher has a rundown of the second half of Mental Health Awareness Month events and Park City Education Foundation Director Abby McNulty has last minute details about Saturday’s Running With Ed and a look at how some of the money raised supports the Elementary Visual Arts program. 

On today’s program, Writer Brigid Mander discusses her article, “Actually, the Mega Season Pass is Killing Skiing,” published recently in Outside Magazine.

On today’s program, KPCW Reporter Emily Means has a weekly update on this year's state legislative session. Olympia Holy Flanders has details about the first Park City Speaker Series Tuesday night, featuring herself and two other local women telling their stories of overcoming adversity. U.S. Ski and Snowboard Director of Communications Tom Webb with a team update and Park City Education Foundation Director Abby McNulty and Community Education Program Manager Kimberly Patterson talk about the afterschool program and the new one on one Intervention Program.