Park City Mayor Andy Beerman

Mayor Beerman talks about topics including affordable housing and Planning Commission vacancies.

   

Today on the Local News Hour

(02:54) - Utah Avalanche Forcast Center Report

(08:40) - Ryan Stack, Heber City Council member, talks about the 2021 senate bill allowing for electronic billboards throughout the state.  

(22:29) - Park City Mayor Andy Beerman recaps Thursday's special council meeting.

(40:32) - National Ability Center's Director of Development Carey Cusimano provides a rundown of events for their 17th Annual Red, White & Snow.

On Today's Local News Hour

(00:02) - Utah Avalanche Center Report 

 

(08:42) - Peace House Executive Director Kendra Wyckoff talks about the challenges the Peace House is facing during the pandemic and how its residential units are being used to serve those in need.

 

( 22:58) - Park City Mayor Andy Beerman has end of the year reflections on 2020, plus a preview of the State of the City and what's next for Vision 2020.

 

( 36:07) - Sundance Film Festival Programmer Heidi Zwicker talks World Cinema screenings in this year's festival.

Hideout's Town Council isn't done talking about annexing 655 acres in Summit County.

The council scheduled a meeting for Friday night of Labor Day weekend at 6:30pm.  On Thursday afternoon, a judge issued a preliminary injuction against Hideout's pre-annexation agreement with developers Josh Romney and Nate Brockbank.  Summit County had filed a lawsuit saying that agreement occured in violation of Utah's open meeting laws.  

Communication Director for the Wasatch School District John Moss has details about how the district is handling the education of its students now that schools are closed. Park City Mayor Andy Beerman has a recap of last night's meeting and South Summit School District Superintendent Shad Sorenson has the latest in how the district is handling the COVID-19 outbreak.

On today’s program, Sundance Film Festival Senior Manager of Ticketing Operations Fabian Castillo has details about local passes that go on sale for the 2020 Festival next week. Park City Mayor Andy Beerman has a recap of last night's meeting and Park City Museum Director Sandra Morrison and Board Chair Randy Scott have details about the inaugural Historic Main Street Pub Crawl on October 18th.

Here is Part Two of the Project for Deeper Understanding’s free public forum “Growth; Is Regional Planning the Answer?” hosted by The Park Record Editor Bubba Brown. It was held at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church on September 24th 2019.

Here is Part One of the Project for Deeper Understanding’s free public forum “Growth; Is Regional Planning the Answer?” hosted by The Park Record Editor Bubba Brown. It was held at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church on September 24th 2019.

On today’s program, Park City Chamber Bureau Marketing Director Jim Powell with details on next winter's marketing plan. Park City Mayor Andy Beerman has a recap of last night's City Council meeting and Kimball Art Center Communications Director Amy Roberts has details on how locals can free the fest.

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Park City Mayor Andy Beerman earlier this year announced a goal of adding 100 electric vehicle chargers to town. Rocky Mountain Power aided in forwarding that goal Friday, when they presented a check to the mayor. 

Beerman addressed a crowd of about 20 people outside the Park City Library, saying it’s an exciting time to be talking about climate.

FIS

 

As the 2019 FIS Championships move competition exclusively to Park City and Deer Valley Resorts, the head of International Ski Federation denies climate change, and declares it’s easier to work with dictators when it comes to organizing Olympic Games. Carolyn Murray has this:

The article outlining FIS President, Gian Franco-Kasper’s comments came from the Swiss newspaper Tages Anzeige.The publication said Franco-Casper triggered outrage with statements when he said, "there is no proof" when asked about climate change.

On today’s program, Clay Karz has this week’s Mountain Trails Report. Summit County Council member Glenn Wright and Park City Mayor Andy Beerman talk about their impressions so far from the Road Tour in Bozeman, Montana. Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt has an update on development projects throughout the county. Artique Owner Katie Stellpflug and Artist Carole Duh have details on the annual Knit Pumpkin Patch tonight and Park City Singer Renee Mox Hall and Musical Director Joe Demers have details on Sunday’s Welcome BBQ and the recruitment for new singers.

Local News Hour - March 5, 2018

Mar 5, 2018

On today’s program, Managing Editor of Utah Policy.com Bryan Schott has a Utah Legislature update. Park City Mayor Andy Beerman and Council Member Becca Gerber have an update about last week's retreat. U.S. Ski and Snowboard Tom Kelly Spokesman has a post-Olympics  update.