Charlie Sturgis

On today's Local News Hour:

( 00:33) Mountain Trails Foundation Director Charlie Sturgis has this week's trails report.

( 02:22) Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt has a reveiw of some of the development projects happening in the county.

( 20:17) Former Summit County Commissioner Bob Richer disucsses why he thinks the county should not approve the new plans for the development of the Tech Park property at Kimball Junction .

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The Park City Council is moving forward with plans to implement a courtesy tag program for those who ride electric assisted mountain bikes on single track and want to let others know that they are in compliance with the city’s trail ordinance.

Last year, the council approved amendments to its ban on non-motorized trail use.  With a few exceptions – those with mobility disabilities – and those 65 and older – Ebikes on local single track are banned. However, it appears that not everyone knows about the exceptions and some verbal outbursts have occurred on the trails.

On today's Local News Hour:

( 00:36) Charlie Sturgis has this week's Mountain Trails Report.

( 07:40 ) Park City Rotary Club President Corrie Forsling has details about this  year's scaled back Miner's Day.

( 18:31) Park City Councilmember Tim Henney has a recap of last night's meeting.

Today on the Local News Hour:

( 00:05) Charlie Sturgis has this week's Mountain Trails Report.

(06:54 ) DACA Recipient Enrique Sanchez and Bright Futures Director Rebecca Gonzales react to the news this week that the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that DACA recipients can continue to stay in the U.S.

( 21:17) Park City Council member Tim Henney has a recap of last night's meeting.

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.

Today on the Local News Hour:  

( 0:07) - Charlie Sturgis has this week's Mountain Trails Report.

( 3:30) - Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt has an update on development projects throughout the county.

(18:53) - Park City Soccer Club President Andrew Way with details about training, tryouts, and the possibility of holding the Extreme Cup.

Mountain Trails Report with Charlie Sturgis (00:02) 

Summit County Health Director Rich Bullough has the latest on the new health order bringing Summit County to the yellow zone. (04:27)

Park City Council Member Tim Henney has an udpate on Thursday's meeting. (25:23)

People's Health Clinic Executive Director Beth Armstrong has details on how the clinic has shifted the majority of its patients to telehealth. (39:33)

  Heinrich Deters of Park City Municipal and Charlie Sturgis of Mountain Trails Foundation join the show to introduce a new randomized City survey on electric mountain bikes and distinguish that survey from the Mountain Trails survey from late last year. Should electric mountain bikes (E-MTB's) be allowed beyond the streets of Park City and onto the non-motorized single track? After all, an E-MTB has a motor.

  Rick Fournier and Charlie Sturgis from the Mountain Trails Foundation join The Mountain Life. Rick is known as the trail guru about town, his trail building expertise is a big part of why Park City was put on the map as the first IMBA Gold Ride Center. Charlie Sturgis is the director of Mountain Trails Foundation and oversees the operation.

On today’s program, Charlie Sturgis has this week’s Mountain Trails Report with Charlie Sturgis with a heads up about Saturday’s Point 2 Point race. Snyderville Planning Commission Chair Malena Stevens has an update from Tuesday's meeting when the commission held a public hearing on the proposed NMU (Neighborhood Mixed Use) zone. Park City Councilmember Nann Worel has a recap of last night's meeting  in which they discussed social equity, and e-bikes in Round Valley.

Today on the Local News Hour: Charlie Sturgis from the Mountain Trails Foundation updates us on today’s trails conditions. Utah Open Lands Executive Director Wendy Fisher talks about the threats she's received over the proposed conservation easement on the Bonanza Flat property. Park City Housing Manager Jason Glidden updates us on a number of affordable housing projects. And Summit Community Garden Executive Director Colie Belieu has details about this Sunday's "Second Sunday" events.  

On today’s program,  Charlie Sturgis has the Mountain Trails Report. Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt has an update on development projects throughout the county. Park City Councilmember Tim Henney has a recap of last night's meeting and Wednesday’s mid-year retreat and Midway Mayor Celeste Johnson talks about Midway's trail survey and has an update on the town’s open space bond plans.

Bonanza Flat / Utah Open Lands

The Mountain Trails Foundation recently dedicated the new Bonanza Flat Blood’s Lake Trail in a private ceremony honoring a family who donated the funds to build the trail.  As reported by KPCW, the Bloods Lake trail at the top of Guardsman’s will be closed to parking and trail access sometime this fall.

On today’s program, Charlie Sturgis has this week’s Mountain Trails Report. CEO of the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation Colin Hilton has details on this week's Anti-Gala, the new athlete housing and reaction to the choice of Milan for the 2026 Olympics. State Representative Brian King talks Tuesday’s  Town Hall he is hosting in Wasatch County to discuss the tax reform bill HB 441. Park City Council member Steve Joyce with a recap of last night's meeting and Park City Olympian Ted Ligety talks about his rebound from injuries,  this past season, and a look ahead to next season.

On today’s program, Charlie Sturgis has this week’s Mountain Trails Report. Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt with an update on development projects throughout the county. Founders of the Beethoven Festival Russell and Leslie Harlow have details about this year's 37th festival and the Founder of Leadership Park City Myles Rademan has details about applying for the upcoming year's Leadership Class # 26. He also reveals the destination for this year's Road Tour.

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