TIm Henney

On this episode of KPCW's The Mountain Life, hosts Tim Henney and Lynn Ware Peek spoke with Dr. Troy Flanagan, High Performance Director at The USSA Center Of Excellence about the new age of individualized training of Olympic hopefuls and their session on the new Nordic Treadmill. Whitney Kozlowski, the creative force behind Basin Recreation's Power Hour, then joined the show to talk about the program and how it came about. Sessions continue twice daily on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at Matt Knoop Memorial Park.

The consensus of Park City Council Thursday night was, to say the least, not supportive on vinyl siding, says Council Member Tim Henney.
Henney told KPCW Friday that no housing material is problem-free, but vinyl is, on the spectrum, one of the worst choices. Rick Brough has more.

The Park City Council, meeting last night approved an Affordable Housing Plan for the Park City Heights development near Quinn's Junction.
Council member Tim Henney said it's the first step in a process that they will review and ajust yearly.
Right now, he said the residential units are market-driven, within a so-called "bandwidth" of affordable pricing. Rick Brough has more.

Tim Henney and guest co-host Chris Cherniak started off today's show with a conversation with Paul Greenberg, author of American Catch - The Fight For Our Local Seafood. Dr. Ariel Ford, a clinical psychologist, then joined the show to talk about her combination of Western science and Eastern thought in her practice. Finally, Leslie Miller joined the show to talk about a University Of Utah sponsored environmental symposium called Reimagine Western Landscapes.

Hosts Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney spoke with Eileen Dunn, owner of Done To Your Taste catering. It's grown to be a competitive business and she talks about how it all got started for her, etc. Writer and adventurer Brian Benson then joins the show to talk about biking while trying to woo the love of his life.

Park City Municipal Corporation

Park City Municipal says they are happy with the events that come to town each summer, but also say the town is just about maxed out for the months of July and August. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

In a small mountain town, you ought to be able to see the stars at night, right? That's what some old town residents are saying - and that's not what they're getting. They'd like to see some lights in Old Town eliminated. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

The Park City city council unanimously approved next year's $90,000,000 budget. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

With a recovering economy and one of the strongest winter seasons ever, Park City municipal is pleasantly surprised with sales tax revenue. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Every step closer the City gets to the major renovation of the PC Library seems to bring up more questions about taking that step. Lynn Ware Peek has more.

Park City's New Mayor, Jack Thomas was inaugurated before a standing room only crowd Monday evening. Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

The 2013 Municipal Elections will be certified in this Tuesday's canvas. Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

One incumbent and one political newcomer emerged as winners in the Park City Council race. The unofficial vote count gave council member Cindy Matsumoto and Tim Henny the nod from the community for the two vacant council seats . Lynn Ware Peek has more. 

Long-time Rossi Hill resident Mary Wintzer has seen the changes in Old Town, and, if elected, would work to stop the erosion of Old Town so it doesn't become a neighborhood that only rich, second homeowners can afford to live in.

Twenty-one-year resident Tim Henney says he has the skills to serve on the Park City council and as an active participant in Park City, he says this is the next step for him.

Park City council candidate Cindy Matsumoto is hopeful voters will return her to office for another four years. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

Twenty-one-year Park City resident Tim Henney is one of six candidates vying for one of two seats on the Park City Council. He says he has the time and energy to serve and thinks he can kick-start a conversation to lead the town's evolution. KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

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