Nuzzles and Co.

On today's Local News Hour:

( 02:15 ) Feral Cat Program addresseed by Summit County Council last week as Rick Brough reports.

( 06:06) Ex. Director of Nuzzles and Co. Lindsay Ortega who talks about plans to implement a feral cat pilot program for Summit County.

( 21:40 ) Update on the free COVID 19 vaccine clinics set up by the Summit County Health Depatment.

( 23:25) Caroyln Murray's story about the PCHS senior class gift hitting a road block this year.

Nuzzles & Co. announces that they are seeking donations of pet food. The donation bins are at the entrance  area of the Rescue Ranch 6466 N Highview Road, Peoa, UT.  Also on the porch are dog food, cat food, and cat litter available for pick-up for Summit County residents in need.  If you are interested in adopting a pet, visit www.nuzzlesandco.org to take a look at available pets and directions for scheduling a get-acquainted meeting.

Summit County Manager Tom Fisher discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting that will be held remotely. With Wednesday’s Park City planning commission  meeting canceled,  Park City Planning Director Bruce Erickson discusses the projects that will be postponed until the April meeting as well as how the staff is working remotely. Executive Director of Nuzzles and Co and Rescue Ranch Jamie Usrey talks about the need for adoptions and how the public can help.

On today'a show host Emily Means talks with Park City Transportation Director Alfred Knotts and new Transit Manager Kim Fjelsted who give updates on transit and housing for transit drivers; Park City School District Business Administrator Todd Hauber recaps Tuesday’s school board meeting; National Ability Center CEO Kevin Stickleman talks about this year's Annual Luncheon honoring military service members; and Wendy Lavitt, a volunteer with Nuzzles and Co. has details on the upcoming Casino Night fundraiser at Skullcandy on October 25.

On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Summit County Council Member Claudia McMullin about Mountain Accord and the name change of Friends of Animals. Park City Planning Commissioner Nann Worrel has some of the highlights of Wednesday's meeting, including the approval of Central Park City Condos and the continuation of Alice Claim. Ginger Ries with the Park City Restaurant Association has details about this summer's Cocktail Contest and 21 year old mountain biker and Park City Native Keegan Swenson is hoping to qualify for next summer's Olympics in Rio.

Nuzzles & Co.

Friends of Animals Utah has taken on a new name and logo, but they still have their original mission of protecting animals and adopting them into good homes. Rick Brough has more.

On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Park City Community Engagement Liaison Craig Sanchez about the newly completed City Hall Plaza. Kathleen Toth President of Friends of Animals Utah talks about the new rebranding campaign. The organization is rolling out with a new name and a new logo this week. Bonner Paddock talks about his challenges with Cerebral Palsy but how they didn't stop him from climbing Mount Kilimanjaro and Kimball Art Center Volunteer Coordinator Samantha Greer needs you to sign up to volunteer for the annual Arts Festival.