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On today’s program, Hideout Town Manager Jan McCosh discusses the town’s proposed annexation policy plan.  Park City Assistant City Manager Matt Dias has a preview of the agenda for Thursday’s city council meeting. Mark Alvarez, an attorney specializing in immigration cases, talks about the recent scare of ICE operations and navigating the immigration system and Don Roll from Friends of Park City Mining History has details about tours they’re doing this week, and also in August.

On today's program, Park City School Board Member Erin Grady and Superintendent Jill Gildea discuss some of the issues from Tuesday's school board meeting. Assistant Park City Manager Matt Dias has a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting, including Mountain Town Music Director Brian Richards and Deer Valley's Emily Summers talk about having to move the first concert of the Community Concert series due to wet conditions at the amphitheater and Park City Special Events Manager Jenny Diersen previews Savor the Summit.

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Bonds approved by Park City voters will allow Treasure Hill and Armstrong/Snow Ranch Pasture to remain open space. With more green space off the table, where will the city build in the future? KPCW’s Emily Means has more.

Local News Hour - January 14, 2019

Jan 14, 2019

On today’s program, Utah Education Association President Heidi Matthews outlines the organization's legislative agenda prior to the start of the 2019 legislative session. Park City Assistant Manager Matt Dias and Planning Director Bruce Erickson have a preview of the agenda for Tuesday's city council meeting. U.S. Ski and Snowboard spokesman Tom Webb has an update on the team and a look ahead at the World Freestyle and Freeski Championships.

With crowd-drawing events such as Sundance and the World Championships coming up, city staff are contemplating how best to transport the increased number of guests who will be in town—in the event the current fleet can’t handle the demand. KPCW’s Emily Means has more.

On today’s program, Psychiatrist and Vaping/Addiction Specialist Michael Measom talks about the increase in youth using vape products, the addictive nature and the health concerns of vaping. Assistant Park City Manager Matt Dias and Community Development Director Anne Laurent have  a preview of the agenda for Tuesday’s special city council meeting and U.S. Ski and Snowboard Director of Communications Tom Webb has a team update and look ahead at the World Championships coming  to town February 1 – 10.

On today’s program, Summit County Transportation Planner Caroline Rodriguez has an update on the new Ecker Hill Park and Ride, the  bus routes and the transit summit held last week. Park City Manager Diane Foster and Assistant Manager Matt Dias preview Tuesday's special council meeting on Tuesday. U.S. Ski and Snowboard Director of Communications Tom Webb has a team update and the Editor of Park City Magazine Jane Gendron has a preview of the Winter/Spring edition that came out last week.

Local News Hour - October 22, 2018

Oct 22, 2018

Park City Mayor Andy Beerman, Youth Services Librarian Katrina Kmack, Park City Community Foundation Director Katie Wright and Special Projects Director Diego Zegarra talk about serving Park City  as the Social Equity Community Convener and future plans to develop a strategic plan to advance the critical community priority of Social Equity. Jed Palmacci and Tom Savage with Men Making a Difference are looking for more support to serve people in need. Matt Dias, Assistant City Manager for Park City gives a preview of the upcoming city council meeting being held on Tuesday this week and U.S.

Local News Hour - August 29, 2018

Aug 29, 2018

On today’s program, Snyderville Basin Planning Commissioner Malena Stevens has a recap from Tuesday’s meeting. Assistant Park City Manager Matt Dias and Transportation Planning Manager Alfred Knotts have a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting. National Weather Service Hydrologist Brian McInerney has details about this winter's long range forecast and a look at the predictions from the Farmer’s Almanac that were released this week.

On today’s program, Heber City Manager Matt Brower talks about his move to Utah to take the new Heber City Manager position. Assistant Park City Manager Matt Dias has a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting. Park City High School Principal Roger Arbabi talks about priorities for the start of the school year and the outcomes of the team retreat he attended in Midway last week. And KPCW General Manager Renai Bodley invites the community to Friday's Back Alley Bash and has details about next week's summer pledge drive.

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Park City budget managers are looking for direction from the city council whether two open space purchases – totaling $48 million should be combined for the November election.

Assistant city manager Matt Dias says they’ve found another $2.7 million in reductions that can lower the Treasure Hill and Armstrong Bond amount to $48 million.

On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Kimball Art Center Communications Director Amy Roberts who has details on this weekend's Arts Festival. Park City Manager Diane Foster and Assistant Manager Matt Dias have a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting, including a late addition to the agenda that lowers the proposed Treasure/Armstrong open space bond to $48 million and 2018 Summer Cocktail Contest Winner Trevor Brown of Tupelo and Restaurant Association Director Ginger Rhies share the winning recipe “Cherry in the Rye.”

Local News Hour - February 14, 2108

Feb 14, 2018

On today’s program, Snyderville Planning Commissioner Bea Peck reviews last night’s meeting. Park City Manager Diane Foster and Assistant City Manager Matt Dias preview Thursday's city council meeting, which includes the settlement of Treasure Hill. U.S. Ski & Snowboard spokesman Tom Kelly checks in from the Winter Olympics. And Bob Garfield, co-host of NPR's On The Media program, talks about his one-man show, Wickedly Jewish, at Eccles Center on Saturday night.

The Park City city council tonight is scheduled to name their choice to fill the unexpired term of Andy Beerman’s council seat after he was elected mayor – even though the process may have been tainted. 

The Park City council presumably met in closed session on Tuesday January 16th after they had interviewed all 15 of the applicants over two days. That closed session was noted on the agenda. The first 7 applicants were interviewed on Thursday, January 11th and then the following 8 on Tuesday on the 16th.  

Local News Hour - January 22, 2018

Jan 22, 2018

First we hear from Evelyn Lees with today’s avalanche forecast. Next, Bryan Schott, managing editor of utahpolicy.com, provides a Utah Legislature update. Park City Manager Diane Foster and Assistant City Manager Matt Dias preview Tuesday's special meeting. Snyderville Basin Recreation Director Brian Hanton discusses this year’s goals, including a possible game crossing on SR 224.  Finally, we hear from Tom Kelly about what's up with the US Ski and Snowboard team.

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