The Summit County Council on Wednesday night will be holding a public hearing on proposed Code amendments governing accessory buildings, just a week after the Snyderville Basin Planning Commission recommended the changes.
The amendments to the code break up accessory buildings into two categories: minor accessory structures would be allowed up to 2,000 square feet, with another minor building on the parcel up to 400 square feet.
( 08:07) Snyderville Basin Planning Commission Vice Chair Thomas Cooke has a reap of last night’s meeting.
( 19:11) Park City Manager Matt Dias has a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting.
( 33:05 ) U.S. Rep. for the 3rd Congressional District John Curtis and Volunteer Utah State Coordinator for Citizens’ Climate Lobby Tom Moyer talk about what to expect with a new administration led by President-Elect Joe Biden.
A letter sent to parents in the Park City School District has prompted some to cry foul for inappropriate endorsement of a school board election where three seats are on the ballot. While two of the seats are uncontested, a controversial campaign to unseat the existing board president has been lodged by a write in candidate.
Three Park City Board of Education seats are up for election – only one of them - District 2 - has a race – but only because Thomas Cooke filed in time as a write in candidate. He is challenging the board's current President, Andrew Caplan. Both candidates talked to KPCW's Leslie Thatcher this week during the Local News Hour.
The Park City Rotary Club hosted a Park City Board of Education pre-election-day forum on Tuesday. Three seats are open, with only one being contested.
The candidate forum kicked off with a discussion about communication. The Park City School District no longer has a Communication Director with Superintendent Jill Gildea repurposing the funds for that position and picking up that role.
Snyderville Basin Planning Commissioners Canice Hart and Thomas Cooke discuss the affordable housing challenges in Summit County. Wasatch County Children’s Justice Center Laurie Winn talks about the Christmas Festival and ginger bread house auction coming up this week. Lara Carlton, Communications Manager with US Ski and snowboard gives a run-down of the weekend’s events with stand-out performances in Women’s Alpine and Women’s Cross Country.The Park City Singers 24th annual Christmas concert is coming up Sunday, December 8 and Friday, December 13.
On today’s program, Snyderville Planning Commissioner Thomas Cooke has details about Tuesday’s discussion on a new mixed-use zone. Summit County Mental Health and Substance Abuse Director Aaron Newman has details about the new contract the county signed with University of Utah to provide mental health services to county residents.
On today’s program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Snyderville Planning Commissioner Thomas Cooke who has an update from last night’s discussion on food trucks. Park City Manager Diane Foster and Planner Hannah Tyler have a preview of the agenda for Thursday's city council meeting. Summit County Health Dept. Educator Alyssa Mitchell talks about staying safe in the heat. Singer Songwriter Grace Potter talks about her upcoming performance on Friday at City Park - part of the Big Stars Bright Nights Concert Series.
This morning, Evelyn Lees has today’s Utah Avalanche forecast; Summit County Council member Kim Carson recaps Wednesday's meeting; Snyderville Basin Planning Commissioner Thomas Cooke reviews that body's meeting on Tuesday; and Egyptian Theater executive director Randy Barton details the newly acquired space below the Parkite to be used for YouthTheater, with a black box theater space and space for events.
On today’s program, Deer Valley President and General Manager Bob Wheaton has details on being named the #1 resort in North American by readers of SKI Magazine, the sale of the resort and the latest on the expansion plans. Snyderville Basin Planning Commissioner Thomas Cooke discusses some of the items from Tuesday night’s meeting, including the Newpark Condos next to the public.