Bruce Erickson

On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County Development director Pat Putt and Health Department Director Rich Bullough about the crack down on tiny houses. Park City Planning Director Bruce Erickson discusses Wednesday's Park City Planning Commission agenda, including Treasure, PC MARC has news about this month's Lunch and Learn and former Mayor Dana Williams talks about his concern over Park City's proposed contract with Vail to settle the trademark dispute.

After the Park City planning commission got a first look at the Bonanza East proposal in May, with seven buildings for proposed commercial, office and residential space, it sent the applicant back to make changes.  Now the planning staff is reviewing the updated proposal.  KPCW's Lynn Ware Peek has more: 

A dozen or more Park City Planning Commission meetings over the next year to look at the Treasure project begins on June 8th.  Park City’s planning director wants the community to be part of the process.  Lynn Ware Peek has more.

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks with Brooke Hontz and Ben Castro from the Summit County Recreation Arts and Parks  committees. Grant applications open March 1st. Park City Chief Building Official Chad Root has the monthly building report; Park City Planning Director Bruce Erickson highlights some of the project his staff is working on and Park City Police Officer Terry Knechtel tells you how you can register for this year's Park city Citizens' Police Academy.

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks with Summit County Manager Tom Fisher: Park City Planning Director of Staff Planner Bruce Erickson and Kirsten Whetstone; Park City MARC Wellness Coordinator Dondea Sherer-Lykes and Choclatier Phyllis Robinson; and Artist Lisa Carlson.

On today's program: Director of Summit Land Conservancy Cheryl Fox, Summit County Manager Tom Fisher and Regional Transportation Planning Director Caroline Ferris, Park City Planning Director Bruce Erickson, Co-Creators of Invisible Threat, Matt Gould and Griffin Matthews.

On the Local News Hour, Lynn Ware Peek speaks with Jeff Jones, Summit County Economic Development director, Park City Planning director Bruce Erickson and planner Kirsten Whetstone, Tom Noaker, co- founder of South Summit Trails Foundation, the PC MARC Lunch and Learn program, and violinist and fiddler Eileen Ivers who appears at the Eccles Center Saturday.   

Headstones Stolen

Oct 19, 2015

Park City Police are investigating the theft of four markers from the Glenwood Cemetery. They were taken from infant graves that are nearly a century old. Rick Brough has more.

ON today's program, host Leslie Thatcher speaks to School Board Members Julie Eihausen and Phil Kaplan about the $56 million dollar bond and timeline for construction. Park City Manger Diane Foster and Planning Director Bruce Erickson discuss some of the agenda items for Thursday's City Council meeting, including a new amended plat for the Alice Claim project, which puts the houses into the gully instead of the hillside and members of a new group Citizens for Better Education, Jim Tedford and Ali Zeisler talk about why they can't support the $56 million school bond.

Host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Park City Chief Building Official Chad Root who reports,the valuation of building this year has topped the $100-million mark in Park City and plans to introduce a ban on wood burning appliances within the city limits. Park City Assistant City Manager Matt Dias and Planning Director Bruce Erickson talk about how things will change with the appointment of  new Community Development Director, Anne Laurent.

On today's program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Interim Park City Planning Director Bruce Erickson and Planning Tech Makena Hawley. Connie Nelson, the Executive Director of the Alf Engen Ski Museum introduces us to two of the four inductees in this year's class at the Intermountain Ski Hall of Fame. Nell Larson, director of Swaner EcoCenter talks about some of the center's upcoming events and Nate Vineyard, President of Slow Food Park City has the rundown for this year's Food and Film Weekend.

courtesy Egyptian Theatre Company

On today's program, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Park City staff planners Christy Alexander, Kirsten Whetstone and interim Planning Director Bruce Erickson about panelization and a pending ordinance halting any future demolitions until a new ordinance is written. Summit County manager Tom Fisher previews the council's agenda and talks about the diminishing staff in the Engineering Department.

Bruce Erickson, a familiar face in Park City planning circles for decades is now the city's interim planning director. He says part of his philosophy in the job will be to let the city process go forward and monitor it. Rick Brough has more.

On today's show, Linda Lawrence from Park City Nursery stops by the show to talk about voles, moles, aphids and spider mites. All the pests we might see in our backyards and the many natural ways to control them.  Then, Bruce Erickson drops in to talk about the May 2nd Hazardous Waste Collection Day sponsored by Recycle Utah and Sunrise Rotary Club.

Tom Kelly

On Tuesday, Park City Rotary presented its annual Volunteer Citizen of the Year Award to Bruce Erickson, whose activities include helping the Glenwood cemetery Association, volunteering for Recycle Utah and serving many years on the City Planning Commission.

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