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$100 or 100 signatures—that’s what it could take for Park City residents to file their candidacy for city council. Park City Recorder Michelle Kellogg says requiring some sort of filing fee or other elections filing requirement for candidates is a trend across the state.


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The Park City Council received an update from this week’s Joint Transit Advisory Board meeting, after members of the city council and Summit County Council exchanged some fiery sentiments. 

The Join Transit Advisory Board, or JTAB, features representatives from both the Park City Council and Summit County Council—Park City Mayor Andy Beerman and Councilmember Tim Henney; and County Councilmembers Kim Carson and Doug Clyde.

On today’s program,  Charlie Sturgis has the Mountain Trails Report. Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt has an update on development projects throughout the county. Park City Councilmember Tim Henney has a recap of last night's meeting and Wednesday’s mid-year retreat and Midway Mayor Celeste Johnson talks about Midway's trail survey and has an update on the town’s open space bond plans.

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A survey for Park City’s 2020 community visioning project went live Wednesday. The survey results, along with additional community engagement, will guide the City’s plan for the future. 

What are Park City’s strengths and weaknesses? What community issues need to be addressed? What do you want Park City to look like decades down the road? Park City Municipal is undertaking its next community visioning project to further define its identity, and Community Engagement Manager Linda Jager says the survey is the first step.

Summit County Manager Tom Fisher talks about the county’s open positions, some of the restructuring considerations and the flood and run off situation in the county.Park City Municipal Community Engagement liaison, Strategic Planner Jedd Briggs and City Council person, Tim Henney talk about the Park City Visioning project underway and the call for community participationt.

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Over the past month, Park City budget staff has presented different aspects of the fiscal year 2020 budget to the Park City Council. The presentations haven’t drawn much public input, and one resident says that’s due, in part, to a lack of clarity and functionality in the staff reports.

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The Park City Council received an update from the Central Wasatch Commission Wednesday, as councilmembers decide whether to continue contributing funding to the organization. 



The Sundance 2019 debrief during Wednesday’s special City Council meeting attracted several community members who expressed concern about the traffic impacts in their neighborhoods. They were especially concerned about the ride share companies using neighborhood streets to bypass traffic back-ups on primary corridors around town.

Local News Hour - May 31, 2019

May 31, 2019

On today’s program the Mountain Trails Report with Charlie Sturgis. Salt Lake Tribune Editor Jennifer Napier-Pierce on the paper's transition to a nonprofit news organization. Park City Council member Tim Henney has a recap of both Wednesday and Thursday’s meetings. Park Silly Sunday Executive  Director Kate McChesney has details on the opening of the Silly Season on Sunday and the new Garden Director for Summit Community Gardens Colie Belieu has details on their upcoming fundraiser, adult education and kids summer camps.

On today’s program, Shelly Barrus Executive Director for Habitat For Humanity and Board member Cheryl Butler talk about the new habitat home projects. Park City Council member  Tim Henney has a recap of last night's meeting. Park City Leadership Founder Myles Rademan has details about Monday's annual Community Leadership Lecture. and Co-Founder of Lucky Ones at the Park City Library, Katie Holyfield talks about their one year anniversary and the celebration they’re planning.

Park City Council Member, Tim Henney talks with KPCW about Tuesday’s council meeting. Summit County Health Department Health Promotion Director, Shelley Worley and Health Educator SaRene Brooks talk about Diabetes Awareness and their prevention program. Skip Taylor has helped manage and promote the band, Canned Heat for more than 50 years. He talks about their performances this coming weekend at the Egyptian Theater.  

On today’s program, Park City Council member Tim Henney has a recap of Tuesday's meeting. Jocelyn Scudder, Managing Director of the Park City Summit County Arts Council along with Chocolatier Phyllis Robinson talk about this weekend’s Art Elevated Boutique and next week’s Pop up Holiday Shop: Branded-PC happening December 18 – 22 and Egyptian Theater Director Randy Barton discusses the future of the Banksy painting and the final fundraising push to build out the theater space under The Parkite.

On today’s program, Park City Council member Tim Henney has a recap of last night's meeting. Park City Community Foundation Director Katie Wright and Park City Mountain COO Bill Rock talk about this year’s goal for Live PC Give PC. Summit County Assistant Manager Janna Young has details of renting the new Ledges Event Center. Park City High School Football Coach Josh Montzingo has  a recap of yesterday's semifinal game against Dixie High School. The Miner’s lost 20-0.

On today’s program, Moab Police Chief Jim Winder and Moab Multicultural Center Executive Director Rhiana Medina to talk about last week’s ICE raid that divided Moab's community and what lessons Park City can learn. Park City Council member Tim Henney has a recap of last night's council meeting and Singer, Songwriter and Actor Charles Esten will be joining Chris Cormack for the Nashville Café show on Sunday night - the final show of the Park City Institute's Big Stars Bright Nights summer concert series. 

On today’s program, Charlie Sturgis has this week’s Mountain Trails Report. Summit County Public Works Director Derek Radke has an update on the Kilby Road improvements. Some extensive changes are happening in the next week, including the start of school. Park City Council Member Tim Henney has a recap of last night's meeting. Leadership Park City Founder Myles Rademan with details on how to apply – and why you should apply – to be a part of Leadership Class 25.