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When the Park City Council recently discussed the City’s selection process for affordable housing applicants, Mayor Andy Beerman commented that public support for the City’s housing efforts hinged on choosing a process that gives extra consideration to people based on their careers and how long they’ve worked in the area. 

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Park City Attorney Mark Harrington made a special announcement at Thursday’s City Council meeting.

“So, as of yesterday, March 20, the city is proud owner of a little parcel in Old Town called Treasure Hill.”

Voters approved the $48 million Treasure Hill and Armstrong/Snow Ranch Pasture open space bond in November 2018, with $45 million of that designated for the purchase of Treasure Hill. Harrington says Budget Manager Nate Rockwood and the Park City Budget Department secured the bond financing on February 20, at a 2.43% interest rate.

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A bill based on three years of negotiations by Park City, Summit County, Salt Lake City and Rocky Mountain Power failed at its first hearing at the state Legislature Wednesday, but after some updates to the bill language and discussion with committee members, HB 411 will see another day at the Capitol.  

On today’s #LocalNewsHour, Summit County Assistant Manager Janna Young discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting. City Planning Director Bruce Erickson has a preview of Wednesday's planning commission meeting, including a new agreement to protect the town’s historical mining structures and  Park City Mayor Andy Beerman recaps the two-day Council retreat from last week and previews tonight’s State of the City address.

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The two-and-a-half-hour discussion around housing policy at last week’s Park City Council retreat featured in-depth conversations about rental units and exploring building housing outside of city boundaries. But questions remain about what the role of major employers in the city is when it comes to housing their workforce.

Councilmember Lynn Ware Peek brought up the obligation of the resorts in providing housing for their employees, and at the time, Mayor Andy Beerman said it wasn’t the right forum for a larger discussion on the issue.

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Park City is holding its first stand-alone State of the City address this evening, featuring remarks from the mayor, a Q&A session with the City Council—and pie and ice cream. 

It might seem a little stuffy to have a formal event to communicate policy to the public, but Park City Mayor Andy Beerman views tonight’s State of the City forum as a way for the public and city government to socialize and talk openly about issues that are important to the community.

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Representatives from Park City Municipal Corporation, Summit County and the Utah House Democrats met to reaffirm their commitment to the environment Sunday, in anticipation of the state legislative session.

About 30 people gathered at City Park for the event, which began with a prayer by a Navajo member of the activist organization SLC Air Protectors.

On today’s program, Director of the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation Colin Hilton AND Park City Mayor Andy Beerman discuss Wednesday's visit by the USOC delegation to check out Salt Lake's Olympic facilities. South Summit Superintendent Shad Sorenson and Business Administrator Kip Bigelow have an update on last week's board meeting.

Local News Hour - October 22, 2018

Oct 22, 2018

Park City Mayor Andy Beerman, Youth Services Librarian Katrina Kmack, Park City Community Foundation Director Katie Wright and Special Projects Director Diego Zegarra talk about serving Park City  as the Social Equity Community Convener and future plans to develop a strategic plan to advance the critical community priority of Social Equity. Jed Palmacci and Tom Savage with Men Making a Difference are looking for more support to serve people in need. Matt Dias, Assistant City Manager for Park City gives a preview of the upcoming city council meeting being held on Tuesday this week and U.S.

Executive Director of Mountain Trails Foundation, Charlie Sturgis called in with his weekly trails report. -Bea Peck, Snyderville Basin Planning Commission Chair-person talks about Wednesday’s meeting. Park City Mayor Andy Beerman gives a recap on the meeting last night.  October is Dyslexia Awareness Month and Shellie Burrow, Founder and Principal from the SAIL Academy- a school that specializes in Dyslexic learners-talks about her school and her students and how they can be successful.

Park City Mayor Andy Beerman has sent a letter to Park City’s Congressional Representatives urging them to challenge the Trump Administrations Zero-Tolerance illegal immigration policy.

Mayor Beerman’s one-page letter was sent to Utah Senator Orrin Hatch and Senator Mike Lee. The letter was also sent to Utah’s 1st Congressional District Representative Rob Bishop.

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Park City Council members are questioning whether their jobs have become too time consuming for an average citizen to do. Melissa Allison has more:

Greg Gagne begins with the Utah avalanche forecast. Park City Parking and Fleet Administrative Supervisor Kenzie Coulson, along with Julie Dixon, parking consultant, have an update on the implementation of paid parking. Park City Council Member Nann Worel and Mayor Andy Beerman recap last night's meeting. Finally, US Ski & Snowboard spokesman Tom Kelly provides an update on women's slalom, women’s aerials and women's snowboard cross at the Winter Olympics.

Local News Hour - February 2, 2018

Feb 2, 2018

On today’s show, Park City Film Series Director Katy Wang previews this weekend's screening of Darkest Hour at the Jim Santy Auditorium, recaps the Sundance festival, and looks ahead at the calendar. Newly appointed Park City Council Member Lynn Ware Peek and Mayor Andy Beerman discuss last night's meeting. And Marshall Moore, spokesman for Utah Film Studios, talks about plans for the soundstage, its involvement with the Sundance Institute, and what we can expect to see with the build-out of the property.

Evelyn Lees checks in with today’s Utah avalanche forecast. Julie Eihausen of the Park City Board of Education talks about her time on the board as well as her early departure from the position.  Park City Manager Diane Foster and Mayor Andy Beerman preview the agenda for Thursday's City Council meeting.  And Myles Rademan, founder of Leadership Park City, sets us up for the Olympic Experience on Monday at Santy Auditorium as well as next Wednesday's Leadership 101 program.

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