Organizers of THINC, a Park City group that opposes the Treasure Hill development, have raised thousands of dollars for legal representation. They tell KPCW they’ll do everything they can to ensure the bond is passed in November.  Melissa Allison has more:

Park City Mayor Jack Thomas will ask the city Planning Commission Wednesday if it's willing to freeze the Treasure Hill planning process, with no vote being taken on the current proposal, in order to explore an opportunity for Park City to acquire half of the density of Treasure Hill for $30 million. Here's the press release that was issued Tuesday: Treasure Hill Press Release.

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The Park City Action Network had their October social Monday night and they invited City Attorney Mark Harrington and THINC organizer John Stafsholt to speak about the Treasure Hill development. But no one from the development had been invited. KPCW’s Melissa Allison tells us why the organizers didn’t think that was important.

While people weren't quite lining up for Public Comment during the Treasure Hill portion of Park City's Planning Commission meeting last Wednesday night, it was not for lack of opinion. KPCW's Melissa Allison has more.

THINC - the group opposed to the Treasure Hill development is getting serious - as the Park City Planning Commission continues its review of the development's application. Leslie Thatcher has this update.

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Over 100 people gathered at the Jim Santy Auditorium on Wednesday night to hear the history of the Treasure Hill project and how the schedule for looking at the application will lay out over the next year or so. While no specific conditional use permit was looked at, there was time given for ample public comment. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

The Park City council could strike a deal with the developers of Treasure by the end of the years to move some of the density of the town's biggest proposed development off the Old Town hillsides.  KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has this update.