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On today's Local News Hour:

( 06:21) Action Utah Executive Director Andrea Himoff has details on a number of virtual events they're hosting this fall to inform voters on ballot and other political issues.

( 17:50) Park City Councilmember Tim Henney has a recap of last night's meeting.

On today's Local News Hour:

( 00:36) Charlie Sturgis has this week's Mountain Trails Report.

( 07:40 ) Park City Rotary Club President Corrie Forsling has details about this  year's scaled back Miner's Day.

( 18:31) Park City Councilmember Tim Henney has a recap of last night's meeting.

Recycle Utah

The Park City Council gave its staff the OK to move forward with designing a new permanent contaminated soils repository on the city’s eastern border and making room for a new recycling center.

Park City Council member Tim Henney says the city has been struggling with what to do for contaminated soil left over from the city’s mining days.  For years, the toxic soil was dumped at Richardson Flat – but that has since been closed to all but the property owner’s private use.

Today on the Local News Hour:

( 00:05) Charlie Sturgis has this week's Mountain Trails Report.

(06:54 ) DACA Recipient Enrique Sanchez and Bright Futures Director Rebecca Gonzales react to the news this week that the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that DACA recipients can continue to stay in the U.S.

( 21:17) Park City Council member Tim Henney has a recap of last night's meeting.

Park City Chamber and Visitors Bureau

Park City Council met Thursday and voted in favor of funding member dues to the Central Wasatch Commission. They showed support for the Historic Main Street Alliance plan to implement car-free Sundays through the summer season and unanimously passed a resolution making June 2020, Pride Month.


During Thursday’s meeting, Park City Council heard more details on cutting $8.6 million from the 2021 budget.

Park City operating budget discussions outlined specific ways they plan to respond to the loss of tax revenue. It’s a first ever provisional budget for the city which means they’ll review it again in 60 to 90 days. March numbers came in about $200,000 above the projected revenue.

Mountain Trails Report with Charlie Sturgis (00:02) 

Summit County Health Director Rich Bullough has the latest on the new health order bringing Summit County to the yellow zone. (04:27)

Park City Council Member Tim Henney has an udpate on Thursday's meeting. (25:23)

People's Health Clinic Executive Director Beth Armstrong has details on how the clinic has shifted the majority of its patients to telehealth. (39:33)

Tim Henney

The Summit County Council will resume discussion and public input in the near future on a proposed Neighborhood Mixed Use Zone.

But during their first meeting on the new zone, on May 6th, they had a lively discussion with Park City’s Tim Henney.    Henney argued the new zone could open the door to an attempt at a large project, in an area near Quinn’s Junction that is meant for little or no development.   Henney alleged county staff are encouraging this new project. 

Park Silly Sunday Market

This time of year, Park City is usually accepting permit applications and scheduling the summer calendar of events. In this unprecedented time of the public health order to stay at home, Park City’s summer events remain uncertain.

The Park City Council discussed its recession and budgeting plan, as the city faces nearly a $4 million shortfall for the rest of the fiscal year. 

Park City Restaurant Association Ex. Director Ginger Wick announces that this summer’s Savor the Summit is cancelled. She also has an update on how Park City area restaurants are doing being able to offer only take out. Park City Council member Tim Henney with a recap from yesterday's meeting looking at the $4 million budget deficit and Cada Domingo Host Jorge Rodriguez talks about the COVID-19 coverage he is providing on Cada Domingo every Sunday night.

Park City community members can catch up with Mayor Andy Beerman and Councilmember Tim Henney Tuesday morning — from a safe distance.

The city is hosting a virtual “Coffee with Council” event over Facebook Live to take questions from the community about the COVID-19 outbreak and other issues. The city council’s outreach events, such as Coffee with Council and Apres with Council, started in 2016 as a monthly, informal way to engage the community.

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The Park City and Summit County Councils met Wednesday for a long-anticipated discussion on the two parties’ goals for a transit system. 

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The Park City Council met Thursday for the first day of its annual retreat. 

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The Park City Council discussed the future of the municipal transit system for two hours at Thursday’s council meeting. 

Park City Transportation Director Alfred Knotts says, after 40 years of operation, the Park City Transit system has reached its limit—in every way.

“Park City Transit is at capacity," Knotts said. "In terms of employees, in terms of facility space, in terms of equipment and in terms of fleet maintenance and everything that comes along with operating this system.”