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The Utah Climate and Clean Air Compact was signed by over 130 prominent political, business, and religious leaders earlier this month, including Park City Mayor Andy Beerman and Heber City Mayor Kelleen Potter. KPCW spoke with both of them about the compact and what the Wasatch Back can do on this important issue:

 

The words “climate change” can provoke some polarizing reactions from people these days.

 

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After a different proposal to limit short-term rentals like AirBnB and VRBO to only Heber’s downtown area failed in July, city council approved a series of amendments to Heber’s short-term rental code on September 1st.

 

The council decided to allow short-term rentals city-wide in July but the most recent changes are aimed at better regulating these rentals. The city had been looking at implementing ordinances for short-term rentals for over a year.

 

Heber Valley Elementary School

At a lengthy Heber City Council meeting on Tuesday, what to do with the city’s first round of CARES act funding and the effects of business signage on Heber’s light pollution were both topics of discussion.

 

The Heber City Council voted to accept nearly $1.5 million in federal COVID-19 aid through the CARES act at the council’s July 21 meeting. The council heard requests for the first installment of the funding on Tuesday.

 

  

The display of pride banners along Heber's Main Street over the last two years has stirred up strong opinions both for and against the move. Heber City Council hopes to avoid some of that controversey in the future and is now considering a new banner ordinance.

 

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Heber City Market on Main is making its first appearance for the season Thursday evening.

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While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to leave uncertainty for events throughout the Wasatch Back, Heber City may hold the first Market on Main event of the season in early July.

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Heber City Council discussed nightly rentals, annexations to the north and the fiscal year budget at their meeting last week. 

LGBT Pride Banners are back on Heber’s Main Street, but with seemingly less controversy from last year.

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Heber City Police share with the public two events that occurred over the weekend.

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Heber City Council approved the annexation of the Sorenson Property, meaning the incoming 5,700-unit development built over the course of 40 years will officially be a part of the city.  

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With Heber’s general plan updated, the city is now looking at the details of what implementation will look like.


The Christian Center of Park City had a soft opening last week at both locations in Park City and Heber.  


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After reading public comments and a brief discussion Heber City Council voted to continue the approval of the Sorenson annexation agreement to their next meeting.

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Heber City Council will be meeting remotely Tuesday evening and could possibly annex a huge development and double the size of the city.

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A huge development planned to the north of Heber City has requested to become a part of the city through an application to the council. City council and the developers are close to finalizing the annexation agreement.


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