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A request by Zermatt Resorts for $30,000 in a business grant was not voted on by Midway City Council at Tuesday’s council meeting. However, the request did jumpstart a conversation around how the city ought to spend transient room tax and transportation issues in the city.

Midway Mayor Celeste Johnson outlines the transportation issue Zermatt is asking the city help for in their $30,000 ask.

After an hour and a half of discussion and bargaining Midway City Council directed city staff to prepare an agreement with Watts Enterprises to amend the approved master plan for Remund Farms.

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Midway and Heber City Councils meet Tuesday evening. Among items on the Midway’s agenda include a business grant request from Zermatt Resort and continued discussion on possible Master Plan amendments to Remund Farms.

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The master plan for the 50-acre, 96-unit Remund Farms has already been approved by Midway City. Now Watts Enterprises are asking for a few changes to the master plan.

At the September 3rd Midway City Council meeting the changes to the master plan were presented in a public hearing. Proposed amendments included adjusting the pad dimensions of a single unit in the plan, another was to adjust the location of three units. Those two suggestions received less pushback from the council or public in attendance.

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Midway City has been abuzz for the past nine months after a local company showed interest in buying and re-energizing the Homestead Resort. The sale of the property has stalled as of late. Now the potential buyer of the resort says that if the issue is not resolved soon it could mean the resort won’t sell.

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Midway City Council meets tomorrows to discuss a variety of issues including final approval for a 50-lot subdivision. 

Midway City Council meets in regular session Tuesday evening at 6:00 pm at the Midway Community Center on Main Street.

Midway City Council agenda includes an update on a proposed plaza in Centennial Park, a possible granting of a permit for a preschool, and discussions around parking requirements for commercial and mixed-use developments. There also will be potential final approvals for some subdivisions in town.

The filing period for municipal elections across Utah ended Friday at 5 p.m. A number of city council seats in Summit and Wasatch Counties are open for election.

In Summit County, Park City, Kamas, Coalville and Oakley have three council seats open for four-year terms. Additionally, Oakley has one two-year seat up for election. Francis has two council seats available for four-year terms.

By Friday at 5:30 p.m., Ed Parigian had declared his candidacy for Park City Council.

 

The filing period for municipal elections across Utah started Monday and runs through this Friday, June 7. A number of city council seats in Summit and Wasatch Counties are open for election. 

In Summit County, Park City, Kamas, Coalville and Oakley have three council seats open for four-year terms. Additionally, Oakley has one two-year seat up for election. Francis has two council seats available for four-year terms.

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Midway City Council meets Tuesday at 6:00 to work on a few items including the city’s budget and a master plan for a 36-lot subdivision. Notably missing from the agenda is the Homestead Resort.

The council meets in regular session at 6:00 pm at the Midway Community Center located at 160 West Main Street.

A public hearing is scheduled to discuss the Saddle Creek Ranch Master Plan. The Planned Unit Development is located at 970 South 250 West and has 57 building pads, but City Planner Michael Henke says the developer would like to reduce the density.

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Around a dozen Midway Citizens stood up at the Tuesday Midway City Council meeting to voice opinions on requested amendments to the Homestead Resort Master Plan.

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Midway City Council meets Tuesday evening at 6:00 pm at the Midway Community Center on 160 West Main Street to discuss and potentially approve amendments to the Homestead Resort Master Plan.

Salt Lake Company Watts Enterprises signed a purchase agreement to acquire the Homestead Resort from its current owners. Watts Enterprises has plans to replace every building at the resort, excluding the Virginia House.

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The Homestead Resort in Midway will likely have a new owner and brand-new buildings as well.

Watts Enterprises a Salt Lake City company has signed a purchase agreement to acquire the Homestead Resort from its current owners. Watts Enterprises has been working with Midway City council to amend the current masterplan for the resort in order to make some changes. The company’s president Russ Watts explains the proposed plan is all part of a revitalization effort.

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Both Heber and Midway City Councils meet Tuesday evening. On the city’s agendas include discussions about Heber’s Main Street, and a potential preliminary approval for a new subdivision in Midway.

Heber City Council meeting takes place at 6:00 pm at the City Offices items on the agenda include a presentation from the Community Alliance for Main Street also known as CAMS another presentation will come from the Children’s Justice Center.

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The Midway City Council passed a height restriction ordinance in Tuesday’s meeting. It was done after a vote taken by the Heber Light and Power board last month approved a project that would install high power transmission lines through the Heber Valley.  Carolyn Murray has this:

Midway Mayor, Celeste Johnson told KPCW the City passed the ordinance hoping it would give them more say in the future of the project. 

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After Midway voters passed a five-million-dollar bond last November land owners in Midway can expect a letter in the mail from the city soon. That’s one item the Midway Open Space Committee recommended to the Midway City Council on Tuesday.

Open Space Committee Chair Courtland Nelson recommended sending out letters to all land owners in Midway to alert them of the opportunity to preserve land. The bond money is limited within the annexation boundaries of Midway, with priority given to lots within city limits.

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