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On today's program: Director of Summit Land Conservancy Cheryl Fox, Summit County Manager Tom Fisher and Regional Transportation Planning Director Caroline Ferris, Park City Planning Director Bruce Erickson, Co-Creators of Invisible Threat, Matt Gould and Griffin Matthews.

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks with Summit County manager Tom Fisher, Bill Rock COO of Park City Mountain Resort and Mark O'Connor CEO of skipatrol.net talk about the close vote authorizing the Park City Ski Patrol to unionize. Recycle Utah director Insa Riepen has her monthly update and Automotive Journalists Paul Schmucker and Todd Deeken talk about the new film Pilgrimage, which has a free screening Wednesday 6:30 pm at Jim Santy Auditorium.

Lynn Ware Peek speaks with Erin Bragg of Summit Land Conservancy, Summit County Manager Tom Fisher, Bryn Carey of Ski Butlers, Alison Page of Trail Talk, and Craig McCarthy of the Chamber Bureau about the Winter Kick Off. 

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The Summit County Council has signed an option to purchase 80 acres in Hoytsville to serve as the new location for the Summit County Fair. Leslie Thatcher has more.

On today's program, Summit County Manager Tom Fisher reviews the agenda for Wednesday's County Council meting.  Park City Council Candidate Hope Melville talks about her candidacy. Recycle Utah Director Insa Riepen has her monthly update and Park City librarians have details on the current art exhibit and stuffed animal slumber party.

On today's program, Park City Planners Francisco Astorga and Anya Grahn review the agenda for Wednesday's Planning Commission meeting. Summit County Manager Tom Fisher talks about the 2016 budget. Dondee Shearer-Lykes has information abut this week's PC MARC Fight Week, Paul Putnam has information about an athletic recruiting meeting on Monday and Laurie Moldawer talks about a new way to fund tuition at the Park City Culinary Institute.

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On today's Local News Hour, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Wasatch County Manager Mike Davis about the JSSD and Mayflower. Summit County Manager Tom Fisher reviews Wednesday's county council meeting, Recycle Utah Director Insa Riepen provides her monthly update and Randy Barton talks about his one-man, two-act performance, Famous and Infamous, this weekend at the Egyptian Theater.

On today's program, Charlie Sturgis from Mountain Trails Foundation has the latest on the WOW Trail under construction. Summit County Community Development Director Patt Putt and Manager Tom Fisher respond to the controversy about the house excavation in the Highland Estates/Trailside area. Park City Council Member Cindy Matsumoto updates us on Thursday's City Council meeting.

On today's program, host Leslie Thatcher review the Park City Planning Commission agenda with planner Kirsten Whetstone. Summit County Manager Tom Fisher has details on Wednesday's county council meeting. Park City Council Member Andy Beerman releases the preliminary results of an on-line survey he's conducting and Teri Orr has details on Saturday's Lee Brice concert.

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On today's program, host Leslie Thatcher speaks with Park City staff planners Christy Alexander, Kirsten Whetstone and interim Planning Director Bruce Erickson about panelization and a pending ordinance halting any future demolitions until a new ordinance is written. Summit County manager Tom Fisher previews the council's agenda and talks about the diminishing staff in the Engineering Department.

This week's County Council meeting is the first for Tom Fisher, the new County Manager. For now, he said, his immediate goal is to listen, learn, and be conscious of what he doesn't know. Rick Brough has more.

Summit County's newly-appointed County Manager, Tom Fisher is due to come on board in a week.    Meanwhile, the County Council has a fairly light agenda for their regular session Wednesday.   Rick Brough has more.

Summit County's new county manager has all of the qualities the county council was looking for - experience in county government, a background in transportation planning and a good fit for the community, KPCW's Leslie Thatcher has more.

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