Michael Barille

Michael Barille

When Michael Barille started as the executive director of the Historic Park City Alliance in 2016, he wanted to bring his development experience in both the public and private sectors, along with the nearly 20 years he’s spent building relationships in Park City, to the historic district. Barille feels it was a good way for him to contribute to the community.

 

On today’s #LocalNewsHour, KPCW Reporter Emily Means has a weekly update on this year's state legislative session. Project Planner Michael Barille has an update on Woodward Park City - a year round action sports training center now under construction. U.S. Ski and Snowboard Director of Communications Tom Webb has a team update and results from the first weekend of the 2019 World Championships and Park City Special Events Manager Jenny Diersen and Transportation Planning Manager Alfred Knotts have with an update on the first weekend of World Championships and a Sundance recap.

Local News Hour - November 26, 2018

Nov 26, 2018

On today’s program, Executive Director of Historic Park City Alliance Michael Barille has an update on food trucks coming to town and a look ahead at the busy holiday season. Park City Chamber Bureau Member Services Manager Heather Cook has details on a hospitality training for front line employees and Molly Venter – one of the three who make up the group Red Molly who is performing Saturday night at the Park City Eccles Center.

Local News Hour - March 26, 2018

Mar 26, 2018
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On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Director Michael Barille, who has an update from the Historic Park City Alliance City Alliance. Director Kendra Wyckoff, Capital Campaign Manager Liza Springmeyer  from the Peace House and Karen Marriott, chair of the Thrive Campaign talk about the grant from the state  legislature and the final push for fundraising for the new facility and Utah Open Lands Ex. Director Wendy Fisher has an update on open space issues, including the Snow Ranch Pastures and Bonanza Flat.

Local News Hour - July 10, 2017

Jul 10, 2017

On today’s program, Park City Budget Manager and Project Manager for the new Arts and Culture district Nate Rockwood and Park City Manager Diane Foster with more information about a special public meeting to introduce the community to the plans to develop an Arts and Culture district at Bonanza Park.HPCA- Historic Park City Alliance Ex.

Local News Hour - March 10, 2017

Mar 10, 2017

On today’s program MARC Recreation Manager Karen Yokum talks about a few new programs being offered. Park City Parking & Fleet Supervisor Kensie Coulson , Parking Consultant Julie Dixon and Historic Park City Alliance Exec Director Michael Barille discuss the new paid parking program that rolls out June 1st. Park City Mayor Jack Thomas and Utah Open Lands Director Wendy Fisher review last night's meeting in which the council approved a second non-refundable $1.5 million payment to purchase Bonanza Flat.

Local News Hour - January 20, 2017

Jan 20, 2017

On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Rocky Mountain Power spokesman Paul Murphy about about Electric Avenue - a $4M grant to develop electric corridors on UT, WY and ID highways. Historic Park City Alliance director Michael Barille talks about how we did over the holidays and the impacts from Sundance and Sundance Programmer Hussain Currimbhoy, is in to talk about some of the films in the New Climate Program.

On the Local News Hour:  The planners of Woodward Park City discuss the next step for their sports adventure camp now that Summit County Council has cleared the way for a taller building at their Gorgoza site.   Then Park City Councilman Andy Beerman talks about plans for new diesel buses, the Shot Ski event, and ugly Christmas sweaters.  Moe Hickey with Men4Ed talks about a fundraising drive for school kids who need warm winter gear.  And finally Park City magazine editor Melissa Fields has highlights from the new winter-spring issue.

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The Summit County Council hosted a hearing on Wednesday regarding Woodward Gorgoza's request for a height exception on a building in their planned Recreation Park. The reaction from the public was mixed. Rick Brough has more:

Park City High School  Band Teacher Brett Hughes talks  about the band's trip to Hawaii to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Park City Mountain COO Bill Rock has details about opening day on Saturday. Carol Loomis ,board president for PC Tots talks about funding their new building and leasing a  second satellite location and Historic Park City Alliance director Michael Barille talks about Small Business Saturday and the Electric Parade.

The Local News Hour - September 30, 2016

Sep 30, 2016

On today’s program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Lora Smith who has  with this week's Mountain Trails Report. Brenda Burke is the executive director of the University of Utah’s Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid – she has details about the recent changes to FAFSA (Free Application For Student Aid) and how it will make it easier for you and your students. Park City Trails Coordinator Heinrich Deters gives us an update on the city’s walkability progress about City Trail Report and Michael Barille talks about his new job as director of the Historic Park City Alliance.

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City School Board members Phil Kaplan and Nancy Garrison; Jody Churich COO of Woodward Park City and Resort Planner Michael Barille talk about plans for the new Woodward Camp at Gorgoza and Future Park City Founders Angela Moschetta and Sarah Berry have the latest on the Vail Resorts Trademark issue.