( 21:24) Save People Save Wildlife Secretary Erin Ferguson and new PR person Gabby Saunders talk about their efforts to prevent wildlife /vehicle collisions on I-80, their recent fundraising successes and what's next on their radar.
( 37:49) Youth Sports Alliance Executive Director Emily Fisher has an update on youth sport programming.
Between now and August 19, Summit County Council members will consider a $50 million bond referendum to purchase and conserve open space.
Summit County Manager Tom Fisher said that as price and development pressures continue to increase on the east side of the county, the council started to explore ways to preserve open space and agricultural land.
(06:22) - Summit County Council Member Roger Armstrong recaps Wednesday's meeting and their 2-day council retreat.
(19:55) - USA Nordic Executive Director Billy Demong has a preview of this weekend's annual Springer Tournee and national ski jumping and Nordic combined championships.
(30:49) - Wasatch County interim manager Dustin Grabau joins to give a recap of discussion of yesterday’s interlocal meeting and has more details on the Bypass Road and the county's involvement with Heber City's Community Reinvestment Area plan.
The major item for the Snyderville Planning Commission in its regular Tuesday meeting is a proposal to amend and clarify the code language for bed and breakfast inns — a commercial use that has prompted a lot of discussion before county planners in recent years.
The Snyderville Commission will begin the session on Tuesday, July 13 at 6 p.m. The meeting is being held virtually, but staff will be available in person at the Richins Services Building.