(02:15) - Sean Higgins previews tonight's Park City Council meeting.
(06:15) - Summit County Council Member Doug Clyde with a recap of yesterday's meeting.
(25:07) - General Manager of the Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District, Mike Luers, has information on a number of upcoming wastewater projects.
(33:33) - Trails & Open Space Program Manager for Park City, Heinrich Deters, has an update on the latest with the walkability bonding funds - the Trailhead to Transit plans and upcoming Young Riders bike swap.
When you think of all of life’s essentials – water is likely at the top of the list… And when two positive cases of COVID-19 were reported at the Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District, long-standing protocols were changed to protect the staff at the two treatment plants to ensure the rest of the staff could continue to do their jobs.
Historic Park City Alliance Ex. Director Alison Kuhlow (3:05) talks about the results of the survey about closing Main St. to vehicles one day a week. General Manager of the Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District Mike Luers (20:46) has details on how the district continued to operate when it discovered two staff members tested positive for COVID-19.
Mike Luers, General Manager of the Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District, talks about the extreme importance that we NOT flush "flushable" wipes and other bleach-based wipes down our toilets. They should be thrown away in a waste basket. He describes the growing problem these wipes, along with paper towels, napkins and even tissues are having on the pipes, pumps and motors at the treatment plant.
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.
The Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District (SBWRD) is urging homebound, toilet paper-strapped residents to think twice before flushing anything except toilet paper.
That goes for paper towels, tissues, napkins and supposedly flushable wipes! According to Michael Luers, General Manager of the Water Reclamation District, flushable wipes are not flushable, and they are not biodegradable. Luers is warning people that these items can cause sewer backups in their homes and wreak havoc on the wastewater system. He asks: Please don’t flush those down the toilet.
The Snyderville Water Reclamation District was busy all summer with the sewer-line rehab project along Kearns Boulevard.
Now a similar project starts next Monday, near the Marsac Avenue roundabout, although this one will be shorter.
The director of the Water Reclamation District, Mike Luers, said the technology in the Marsac project is the same as they’ve employed on Kearns Boulevard. They put in a new pipe without having to dig up the old pipe.
On today’s program, Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District Director Mike Luers has the latest on the 248/Rail Trail and now Marsac Ave. sewer line rehabilitation project. Park City Affordable Housing Project Manager Rhoda Stauffer and Mountainlands Housing Coordinator Dani Lo Feudo explain the purpose of the upcoming affordable housing orientation sessions. People’s Health Clinic Executive Director Beth Armstrong and Julie Contreras a Health Care Assister with the Utah Health Policy Project talk about the ACA enrollment window that opens Nov.
On today’s program, the Director of the Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation Service Mike Luers has details on the large construction project happening this summer on Kearns Blvd. Park City Manager Diane Foster and Budget Manager Jed Briggs have a preview of the agenda for both Wednesday and Thursday's city council meeting. Doug and Kelley Lewis have details about their Eliteam Camps this summer and Kimball Art Center Communications Director Amy Roberts and Summit County Arts Council Managing Director Jocelyn Scudder have details about the 3rd annual Monster Draw happening June 6th.