Becca Gerber

On today's Local News Hour:

( 03:58) Mountain Trails Foundations weekly report with Lora Smith

( 10:52) Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt has an update on development projects throughout the county.

( 27:00) Park City Councilmember Becca Gerber has a recap of last night's meeting.

( 41:55) Zoey Anderson - a dancer with Parsons Dance previews the reopening of the Park City Eccles Center Saturday night.


On today's Local News Hour:

( 02:40) Governor Spencer Cox announced the removal of the statewide mask mandate in Utah schools as Jessica Lowell reports.

( 04:37) Wasatch County Council votes to become a gun sanctuary city as Carolyn Murray reports.

PEG Companies

At a recent Park City Council meeting, PEG Companies, the developer of the projects replacing the parking lots at the base of Park City Mountain Resort, presented a new plan for affordable housing that will double the number of units originally proposed. 

 

The new plan also makes up the deficit of 23 units of affordable housing that weren’t built after the construction of the Legacy Lodge and the Marriott Mountainside hotel.

 

Topics during Thursday night's City Countil meeting included talks on future plans for opening the Park City Library, and updates on affordable housing and parking for the proposed Arts & Culture District. 

Council Member Becca Gerber provides an update on these topics and others discussed in the meeting. 

On today's Local News Hour:

(02:00) Utah Avalanche Forecast Center Report

(05:24 ) Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt has an update on development projects throughout the county.

(23:43) Park City Councilmember Becca Gerber has a recap of last night's meeting.

(40:02 ) A converstion with Caroline Rodriguez, Regional Transportation Planning Director with Summit County Transit.

Lynn Ware Peek

The Park City Planning Commission and City Council both reviewed ways to encourage more affordable housing construction in Park City at their respective meetings this week. Those incentives range from reducing building requirements for developers to a future demolition tax for old buildings that get torn down.

 

The people of Park City have heard a lot about Vision 2020 -- it’s the city’s new 10-year plan for the community that’s being used as a guide for city government’s future decision making.

 

On today's Local News Hour:

( 00:33) Charlie Sturgis has this week's Mountain Trails Report.

( 08:22) Park City Councilmember Becca Gerber has a recap of last night's meeting.

( 24:40) Utah House District 53 Democratic candidate Cheryl Butler talks about her campaign.

( 37:05) Leadership Park City Founder Myles Rademan has details about applying for Class 27.

Park City Municipal

Park City is five months into a 10-year vision for the future of the community called “Park City Vision 2020.” Despite COVID-19 throwing a monkey wrench into 2020, the city will still be driving ahead with their long-term plans.

 

The timing could not have been much worse. Three months into 2020 and the world turning upside down amid the COVID-19 pandemic is not an ideal time to be launching Park City’s new 10-year vision for the community.

 

On today's Local News Hour:

( 00:23) Development Director Pat Putt has an update on development projects throughout the county, including the action by the Hideout Town Council Thursday to annex a portion of land in Summit County.

(19:17 ) Park City Councilmember Becca Gerber has a recap of last night's meeting. She calls

(33:47 ) Park City Foundation Ex. Director Katie Wright is joined by the winner of this year's $40,000 Women's Giving Fund grant recipient, the CEO of Holy Cross Ministries, Emmie Gardner.

Lorelei Combs and Tom Farkas from Save People Save Wildlife have an update on meetings held with Park City, Summit County and UDOT. Park City Councilmember Becca Gerber has a recap of last night's meeting. Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity Shellie Barrus and Consultant Alison Kuhlow talk about their visit to Washington D.C. to discuss local affordable housing needs. KPCW General Manager Renai Miller and new Development Manager John Boyack have details about the KPCW Winter Pledge Drive that starts on Monday.

A group of people sit around a table in a conference room
KPCW Radio

The Park City Council met Thursday for the first day of its annual retreat. 

Park City Municipal Corporation

Surrounded by family, friends and community members at the Park City Library Tuesday evening, incumbent Park City Councilmembers Nann Worel and Becca Gerber as well as incoming Councilmember Max Doilney were officially sworn in as elected officials.

 

On today’s program, Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt has an update on development projects throughout the county, including a new application to rezone a 21 acre parcel for 200 “attainable” condominiums.  Park City Councilmember Becca Gerber has a recap of last night's meeting.

 Part Two of the live Park City Council Candidate Forum brought to you in conjunction with Park City Rotary from Grub Steak Restaurant on October 8th. Discussion included all six candidates speaking on the issues facing Park City : Nann Worel, Becca Gerber, Max Doilney, Ed Parigian, Deanna Rhodes and Daniel Lewis were present. Forum was moderated by KPCW’s Emily Means and included questions from the audience.

Pages