Local News Hour

Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt has the latest on development projects in the county and how the department is dealing with the COVID-19 restrictions. National Ability Center CEO Kevin Stickleman has an update about how the COVID-198 situation is impacting the NAC community and how they're responding with virtual events and providing lodging for medical professionals and Park City High School teachers Steve Cuttitta and Megan McKenna along with Wasatch High Teacher Carrie Bala talk about what it's like to teach from home since schools were closed three weeks ago.

Wasatch County Manager Mike Davis has details following the Stay at Home Order that took effect April 1. Summit County Council Member Kim Carson has a recap of yesterday's council meeting when the council discussed how to deal with an estimated $1.7 million loss in revenues. Heber City LDS Stake President Travis Wilcox talks about how the church continues to minister during the shutdown of churches.

Intermountain Heber Valley Hospital Administrator Si Hutt has details on drive up testing and hospital capacity. Third District Court Judge for Summit County Richard Mrazik talks about how the COVID-19 shutdowns are impacting the court calendar and Peace House Executive Director Kendra Wykoff talks about the increased needs at the Peace House and the uptick in domestic violence cases.

 

Summit County Manager Tom Fisher discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting. Utah Unemployment Insurance Division Public Information Officer, Brooke Porter Coles has details about the process for filing for unemployment and Summit County Council candidates for Seat C, Canice Hart and Malena Stevens, discuss why they are running for office.

The new Director of the Utah Office of Outdoor Recreation Pitt Grewe talks about his new job and what he hopes to bring to it. Park City Summit County Arts Council Executive Director Jocelyn Scudder has a follow up on Friday's meeting with arts organizations about how to move forward from being shut down.

State Rep. Logan Wilde talks about his new appointment the Utah Dept. of Agriculture and Food (pending Senate approval) to and a look back on this year's legislative session. Summit County Justice Court Judge Shauna Kerr has details on how the Utah Supreme Court Administrative Order is impacting the local Justice Court and with Summit County Council Candidates for Seat A - Incumbent Roger Armstrong and Pinebrook resident Jill Fellow discuss their reasons for running for office – a race that could be decided by delegates next week.

On today’s program, Utah State Representative Tim Quinn (R-HD54) talks about his decision to not run for re-election in November. American Red Cross Blood Services External Communications Manager Cynthia De la Torre talks about the need for blood donations and how they’re collecting blood during the COVID-19 pandemic and Summit County Democratic Party Chair Meredith Reed has details about the outcome of the virtual caucus held Tuesday.

 

 

 

 

 

Summit County Manager Tom Fisher discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting that will be held remotely. With Wednesday’s Park City planning commission  meeting canceled,  Park City Planning Director Bruce Erickson discusses the projects that will be postponed until the April meeting as well as how the staff is working remotely. Executive Director of Nuzzles and Co and Rescue Ranch Jamie Usrey talks about the need for adoptions and how the public can help.

ON today’s program, Park City School District Superintendent Jill Gildea and Amy Hunt-Chief Academic Officer have details about the district’s online learning program and master planning update.  about PCSD on-line learning. Rob Harter, Executive Director of Park City Christian Center has an update on how the center is serving the community during COVID-19 and Park City Community Engagement Liaison Lynn Ware Peek talks about efforts to connect neighbors during the COVID-19 outbreak.

On today's Local News Hour Wasatch County Manager Mike Davis reviews last week's Wasatch County Council meeting with MIDA Ex. Director Paul Morris. He also has an update about how the county is responding to COVID-19. Then Summit County Economic Director Jeff Jones has details why you need to participate in Census 2020 and how to do it. Then Dr. Chuck Morrison with Intermoutain Health Care has details about how they have split their InstaCare clinics- one for those with viral symptoms and those for the healthy injured.

Newly Named Executive Director of High Country News Greg Hanscom -who grew up here in Park City – talks about his new position and the history of the 50 year old publication. Park City Manager Matt Dias has a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting and Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District Director Mike Luers discusses the problems they're seeing at the sewer treatment plants and the postponement of the Open House for the new $50 million sewer treatment plant.

Summit County Manager Tom Fisher has an update on how the spread of COVID-19 is impacting county operations. Egyptian Theater Director Randy Barton and the Director of The Follies talk about the cancellation of upcoming shows and whether or not The Follies will get its run and Recycle Utah director Carolyn Wawra has details about the closure of the recycling center.

 

Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt has an update on development projects throughout the county. Park City Planner Caitlyn Barhorst explains the new historic grant Program and Park City Leadership Co-Founder Myles Rademan has details about the cancellation of Monday's Community Leadership lecture.

Meteorologist Erika Martin introduces herself as the newest member of the ABC Forecast Weather team. Salt Lake City International Airport Executive Director Bill Wyatt has more details about the New SLC, which opens the first phase this September. Summit County Health Dept. Director Rich Bullough and Nursing Director Carolyn Rose talk about how the county is preparing for a possible COVID-19 outbreak and two of the Co-Founders of 2020 Women of Vision Laurie Eastwood and Jaime Myers have details about their upcoming 3-day conference.

Summit County Manager Tom Fisher discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting. Park City Planning Director Bruce Erickson has a preview of Wednesday's planning commission meeting. Dr. Kenneth Paul Rosenberg has details about the screening of his film, Bedlam, on March 26th at Jim Santy Auditorium and Attorney Natalie Segall has details about Wednesday's free Lunch and Learn at the PC MARC focused on Estate Planning.

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