Today on the Local News Hour: Dani Lo Feudo from Mountainlands Community Housing Trust and Pete Stoughton from the Christian Center of Park City talk about the persistent need for housing student workers as Park City heads into the peak winter season; Park City Foundation Community Impact Director Ollie Wilder and Board Member Mike Ruzek have the final tally from Friday's Live PC Give PC fundraising efforts; Park City Museum Executive Director Sandra Morrison previews an upcoming lecture called, “The Whites Want Everything,” presented by Utah historian Will Bagley; and Park City Edu
On today’s program, Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt has an update on development projects throughout the county. Christian Center of Park City Programs Director Pete Stoughton recaps a meeting held earlier this week for local employers as they gear up for the arrival of winter international J1 visa staff.
On today’s program, Lora Smith has this week’s Trails Report. Summit County Planning, Zoning and Design Director Peter Barnes has an update on development projects throughout the county. Park City Road Tour Participants Glenn Wright and Lynn Ware Peek share some of their impressions from this year’s tour. Hideout Mayor Phil Rubin talks about the town's involvement with MIDA; UTOPIA internet; a recent property tax increase; and the town's annexation policy plan and Park City Christan Center Programs Director Pete Stoughton has details on this year's Hike for Hunger.
Housing options at a reasonable price can be difficult to find for anyone who works in the Park City area. For international workers, it can be nearly impossible. A new group is working to help students with J-1 visas find somewhere to live for the season.
On today’s program, Christian Center of Park City Programs Director Pete Stoughton has details about this year's Back To School Basics. Park City Fire Chief Paul Hewitt has a recap of how the first of July’s fireworks allowance went and a look ahead at round two later this month.
On today’s program, Summit County Council member Roger Armstrong has a recap of Wednesday's meeting. Christian Center of Park City Program Director Pete Stoughton has news that the organization is now an official SNAP Outreach Application Assistance Partner. He'll tell us what that means. Event Organizer Alena Nelson has details about the Heber Half Run for Autism taking place on June 29th and Summit Community Gardens Executive Director Colie Belieu has details on some upcoming events.
Pete Stoughton of the Christian Center joins Tim Henney and Lynn Ware Peek to talk about a group of students who come to town each year, primarily from the southern hemisphere, who search out viable and affordable places to live for four months. Pete talks about what we can do as a community to help house these young people.
On today’s program, Park City School District Business Administrator Todd Hauber talks about enrollment numbers and district policies to address the drop in enrollment in the elementary schools along with a handful of small class sizes. Park City Council member Steve Joyce with a recap of Tuesday night's special meeting.
Today’s guests include Charlie Sturgis, Executive Director of Mountain Trails Foundation. He joins us with a trails report highlighting the rain caused muddy conditions this weekend on Park City’s trails. Connor Boyack, President of Libertas Institute has the details of the agreement with the Legislature to legalize Medical Marijuana in Utah. Pete Stoughton from the Christian Center and Heather Simms with the Winer Sports Alliance have a run down of the annual winter coat drive to provide warm weather coats and accessories for kids in Park City.
On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Charlie Sturgis with the Mountain Trails Report. Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt has an update on development projects throughout the county. Midway Mayor Celeste Johnson gives an update on her first six months in office. She talks about her priorities as mayor along with some of the important projects including the proposed high power line agreement.
It’s mid-July and Park City parents and kids will soon start to think about back to school shopping. The Christian Center has a tradition called Back To School Basics. Carolyn Murray has more on the fund raising event.
On today’s program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County Council member Roger Armstrong about yesterday's meeting, including the discussion on the Canyons workforce housing plan. Tony Kohler, Heber City Planning Director discussed the October 12th public hearing on Form Base Code.
On today’s program, Utah State Parks Naturalist Kathy Donnell has this month’s State Park’s update. Historic Park City Alliance Director Allison Kuhlow is leaving that post to accept a new job at the Park City Chamber Bureau. Park City Manager Diane Foster has details on tomorrow’s city council meeting and Park City Christian Center Director and Programs Director Pete Stoughton talk about the upcoming Hike for Hunger.
The Park City High School Miners Mountain Biking will head to St. George on Oct. 25 to compete in the state championships. The team has already experienced great success, typically placing first at each of the races. But, they say, it's not all about winning - the team and social aspect along with volunteerism is of equal importance. Lynn Ware Peek has more.