Max Doilney

On today's Local news Hour:

( 02:35) Mountain Trails Foundation weekly report with Ex. Director Lora Smith.

( 06:34) High Valley Transit District Board Member Joe Spink has an update on how the transit service is doing in its first month of service.

( 22:36) Park City Councilmember Max Doilney has a recap of last night's meeting, including the meeting about proposed Gordo Soils Repository.

( 39:30) Park City resident and Chairman of Better Boundaries Jeff Wright introduces their new Ex. Director Katie Wright who has an update on the redistricting process.

On today's Local News Hour:

( 00:03) Mountain Trails Foundation weekly report.

( 02:12) Friday Film Review.

( 05:09) Author and Filmmaker Kevin Hines talks about his "Hope Heals" zoom presentation April 21st for suicide prevention month. 

( 20:35) Executive Director of Park City Institute Ari Ioannides has details about tomorrow's sidewalk sale of old institute items.

( 26:05 ) Park City Councilmember Max Doilney has a recap of last night's council meeting.

PEG Companies

At a recent Park City Council meeting, PEG Companies, the developer of the projects replacing the parking lots at the base of Park City Mountain Resort, presented a new plan for affordable housing that will double the number of units originally proposed. 


The new plan also makes up the deficit of 23 units of affordable housing that weren’t built after the construction of the Legacy Lodge and the Marriott Mountainside hotel.


Today on the Local News Hour:

(02:45) - Utah Avalanche Forecast Center Report

(11:55) - Wasatch County School District Superintendent Paul Sweat talks about the large administrative reorganization recently announced by the school district. 

(25:35) - Park City Council Member Max Doilney has a recap of last night's meeting.

(39:28) - KPCW President and General Manager Renai Bodley Miller has a preview of our Winter Pledge Drive that starts on Monday.


Utah Film Commission

The developer of the Quinn’s Junction area that includes the Park City Film Studios has submitted an application to the city to amend their 2012 development agreement. The city council said at Thursday night’s meeting the applicant better have a good reason to request the change.  


The property south of Kearns Blvd. at Quinn’s Junction was already the subject of a hard-fought approval process nearly a decade ago when the original development agreement was approved in 2012.


On today's Local News Hour:

( 06:04 ) Summit County Health Dept. Monthly Update with Health Dept. Director Rich Bullough has the latest on COVID-19. ( 24:00 ) Park City Councilmember Max Doilney has a recap of last night's meeting.  ( 38:03) Soldier Hollow Director Luke Bodensteiner talks about the upcoming winter season and opening Day on Dec. 18th.  


The town of Hideout’s efforts to annex land in Summit County has caused rifts between the town, the county, and Park City. With time running out, Park City is urging Hideout to rethink their plans.


With the repeal of the state legislation that first allowed the annexation of hundreds of acres of land in the Richardson Flat area of Summit County officially becoming law on October 19th, the window for Hideout to complete the move is closing fast.


On today's Local News Hour:

( 00:01) Charlie Sturgis has this week's Mountain Trails Report.

( 05:01) Dr. Wing Province with Park City Hospital about changes to COVID testing

( 22 :39) Park City Councilmember Max Doilney has a update on the  Hideout Anexation.

( 35:01) Rotary member Jim Whitney has details on this year's virtual Shot Ski to raise money for Sunrise Rotary.

Park City Municipal

Park City is five months into a 10-year vision for the future of the community called “Park City Vision 2020.” Despite COVID-19 throwing a monkey wrench into 2020, the city will still be driving ahead with their long-term plans.


The timing could not have been much worse. Three months into 2020 and the world turning upside down amid the COVID-19 pandemic is not an ideal time to be launching Park City’s new 10-year vision for the community.


On today's Local News Hour:

( 06:24) Faith Heaton Jolley with the Division of Wildlife Resources talks with KPCW about managing the spread of Quagga mussels in Utah’s water systems and how to be safe when interacting with wildlife.

( 14:31) Park City Council Member Max Doilney has a recap from the council meeting last night.

(  29:46) KPCW bids farewell to Reporter David Boyle who is leaving to pursue new opportunities in his journalism career.


The Park City Council approved the 2020 budget revisions last night (Thursday) in the council meeting. The provisional 2021 budget was discussed including details of the cuts planned to adjust for an $8.6 million anticipated revenue shortfall. Public input is being taken on the 2021 budget planning.

Heber City Mayor Kelleen Potter  (9:41)to talk about the Sorenson Annexation Heber City council will vote next Tuesday. Park City Councilmember Max Doilney (22:24) has a recap of last night's meeting and Park City Fire District Battalion Chief  Mike Owens (39:10) talks about the Blue Ribbon commission and upcoming wild fire season.

Representatives from local and state economic organizations joined Park City Mayor Andy Beerman and Councilmember Max Doilney Friday to discuss emergency funding options for Park City-area businesses and nonprofits. 

Utah State Capitol
KPCW Radio

Members of the Park City Council attended a policy meeting with the Utah League of Cities and Towns Monday. 

The Utah League of Cities and Towns represents hundreds of municipalities at the Utah Legislature. In the league’s last policy meeting of the 2020 general session, staff presented on bills related to homeless services, gambling and education funding. But Park City Manager Matt Dias says there’s nothing that’s setting off alarm bells for the city.

Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt has an update on development projects throughout the county. Park City Councilmember Max Doilney has a recap of last night's meeting and the Dean of Harvard Divinity David Hempton has details about his presentation Saturday at the Christian Center of Park City, titled "Is Religious Freedom Under Attack and Does it Matter?