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On today's Local News Hour:

( 05:34 ) Dr. Mike Farrell with the University of Utah Medical Center has details about the upcoming Optimizing Brain Health Series

( 18:14) Park City Mayor Andy Beerman has an update from yesterday's special meeting.

( 35:47  ) Summit County Health Dept. Director Rich Bullough has an update on the COVID-19 situation in Summit County.

On today's Local News Hour:

( 00:08) Charlie Sturgis has this week's Mountain Trails Report including an update on the tree clearing project and Tour de Suds

( 07:59) Newly named General Manager for Woodward Park City Chris Gunnarson talks about his new role and what is happening at the park this season.

( 23:57) Park City Mayor Andy Beerman talks about the steps Park City is taking to stop the annexation of Summit County property into Hideout.

Hideout's Town Council isn't done talking about annexing 655 acres in Summit County.

The council scheduled a meeting for Friday night of Labor Day weekend at 6:30pm.  On Thursday afternoon, a judge issued a preliminary injuction against Hideout's pre-annexation agreement with developers Josh Romney and Nate Brockbank.  Summit County had filed a lawsuit saying that agreement occured in violation of Utah's open meeting laws.  

Today on the Local News Hour:

(07:16 ) - Park City/Summit County Arts Council Ex. Director Jocelyn Scudder and Park City Mayor Andy Beerman talk about art murals project on Main St.

(22:44) - Park City Manager Matt Dias and Deputy City Manager David Everitt have a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting, including an update on the Arts and Culture District.

(39:01) - Summit County Health Dept. Director Rich Bullough has an update of the COVID-19 situation in Summit County.

Kimball Arts Center

Park City Council met Thursday night and discussed the possibility of holding a limited Kimball Arts Festival this summer. The board and staff of the Kimball Arts Center have been working on just what that would look like under the COVID-19 social distancing restrictions.

Today on The Local News Hour :

(00:37 ) Charlie Sturgis has this week's Mountain Trails Report

(02:18 ) Summit County Sheriff Justin Martinez talks about the steps his departmenet has taken to be anti-racist and ensure that no charges of police brutality are leveled at at his department.

( 16:01) Youth Sports Alliance Executive Director Emily Fisher discusses the decision to cancel their biggest fundraiser, Jans Winter Welcome, in 2020.

( 21:41) Park City Mayor Andy Beerman has a recap of last night's  city council meeting.

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Two of Utah’s U.S. congressional delegation will be on the panel of this week’s Park City Council Roundtable.

KPCW  has details about the meeting and how the public can participate.

Senator Mitt Romney and Congressman Ben McAdams will join Park City Mayor Andy Beerman and Council Member Max Doilney for the virtual meeting Friday morning at 9A.M.

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The Park City Council approved the 2020 budget revisions last night (Thursday) in the council meeting. The provisional 2021 budget was discussed including details of the cuts planned to adjust for an $8.6 million anticipated revenue shortfall. Public input is being taken on the 2021 budget planning.

Republic Services Manager of Municipal Services and Government Affairs Reece DeMille has details about a $20 million assistance program. (7:30)

Park City Mayor Andy Beerman has a preview of this morning's Council Roundtable that starts at 9. (20:20) 

Park City Summit Arts Council Ex. Director Jocelyn Scudder has details on how the arts community is trying to keep us creatively active during of isolation. (36:37)

Representatives from local and state economic organizations joined Park City Mayor Andy Beerman and Councilmember Max Doilney Friday to discuss emergency funding options for Park City-area businesses and nonprofits. 

Park City community members can catch up with Mayor Andy Beerman and Councilmember Tim Henney Tuesday morning — from a safe distance.

The city is hosting a virtual “Coffee with Council” event over Facebook Live to take questions from the community about the COVID-19 outbreak and other issues. The city council’s outreach events, such as Coffee with Council and Apres with Council, started in 2016 as a monthly, informal way to engage the community.

Park City leaders say their residents want the city to take bold action to address traffic congestion. That directive comes from the city’s Vision 2020 project, where more than 1,000 community members participated in surveys and focus groups to discuss the city’s future. So, the city council is revisiting a park-and-ride lot planned for the Quinn’s Junction area, near the interchange of U.S. 40 and S.R. 248. The lot would have 400 to 500 spaces intended to catch commuters coming in from Wasatch County and eastern Summit County.

KPCW Radio

The Park City Council had a different kind of meeting Thursday. Two councilmembers gathered at City Hall, while the rest joined the meeting by phone, in an effort to practice physical distancing in response to COVID-19. 

Park City Mayor Andy Beerman kicked off the meeting by acknowledging the current situation is unprecedented. Beerman says the community must take this crisis seriously because it could change life in Park City for a few months.

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KPCW Radio

The Park City and Summit County Councils met Wednesday for a long-anticipated discussion on the two parties’ goals for a transit system. 

At Tuesday’s State of Park City address, Park City Mayor Andy Beerman encouraged residents to support a zero-waste goal for the city. That’s something the city council will consider Thursday — what zero waste for Park City could look like. The city estimates 45% of in-town waste comes from residents.  Park City Manager Matt Dias says the city could have a huge impact and other communities in the United States divert almost 80% of waste from landfills.

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