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Letters to the Editor, July 22-25, 2017

July 21, 2017 — Andy is my choice for mayor Editor: In my two terms as a Park City Council member, I had to honor to serve with two candidates and work extensively with the third. I served six years with Dana as Mayor, four years with Andy on […]

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Guest editorial

July 21, 2017 — Last Thursday I spent the day at the Huntsman Cancer Institute having a basal cell carcinoma successfully removed. As I lay in the reclined chair while the surgeon sewed up the two-inch incision, I couldn't help but think about the state of our health care […]

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July 18, 2017 — The $20 million "Arts District" proposal for Bonanza Park might be a good idea, but let's not jump on it too quickly. Over the last few years the project's developers and the city have come up with several other proposals for this area that have […]

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Letters to the Editor, July 19-21, 2017

July 18, 2017 — Bill White group heaps praise on Oakley rodeo organizers Editor: I want to personally thank all of the wonderful volunteers that put on a true local Fourth of July tradition: The Oakley Rodeo. Bill White Farms was honored to be the presenting sponsor for the […]

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July 18, 2017 — At Park City Action Network's mayoral forum at Cafe Terigo on Monday night, July 10, candidate Dana Williams stated, "I don't look at government to solve the problems, I look at you guys to tell government how to solve the problems." It's great to hear […]

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Letters to the Editor, July 15-18, 2017

July 14, 2017 — Flow trails are increasing the risks for mountain bikers Editor: I am quite distressed about the recent death on Tidal Wave, combined with the person who became paraplegic last year. I have been downhill mountain biking for 25 years, 11 of which have been at […]

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July 11, 2017 — The July 4 launch by the North Koreans of a missile capable of striking Alaska with a nuclear warhead should set off alarm bells in our federal and state government agencies about the growing threat of a nuclear attack. It will not be long before […]

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Letters to the Editor, July 12-14, 2017

July 11, 2017 — Park City Vulnerable to be next Brian Head Editor: The recent wildfire in Brian Head has shown the wildland/urban interface in Park City is at a critical juncture. One only needs to look at the homes in Summit Park, Pinebrook, Colony, Deer Valley and Deer […]

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Letters to the Editor, July 8-11, 2017

July 7, 2017 — Minimum Wage: here are some considerations Editor: Before we rush headlong into a $15/hour minimum wage, there are a few considerations that should be looked at carefully. Cities, such as Seattle, that have enacted a $15/hour minimum wage have found that weekly take-home pay has […]

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Guest editorial

July 7, 2017 — On the Fourth of July, I received a notice on our new Nextdoor Neighbor messaging system that a small brush fire ignited. Luckily, the homeowners were home and were able to extinguish it with a garden hose. That night, as I went to sleep I […]

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Letters to the Editor, July 5-7, 2017

July 3, 2017 — Please add Black Rock Ridge stop to Kamas bus route Editor: Having lived in Park City for 40-plus years, I was so pleased to see the bus service extended out to State Road 248. My husband and I have worked on Main Street for many […]

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Guest editorial

June 30, 2017 — They're shooting congressmen now. That's the level of insanity we've finally reached in our toxic political environment. Our nation prays for the recovery of Rep. Steve Scalise, as well as the others injured in Washington, D.C., on June 14 in a hail of gunfire from […]

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Letters to the Editor, July1-4, 2017

June 30, 2017 — Sound wall proposal fails to account for wildlife Editor: ​Do we really want a large, oppressive wall built here in the Park City I-80 entry corridor? I think not, and I bet if our wildlife population had a say in the decision, they’d vote against […]

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Guest editorial

June 27, 2017 — Park City Municipal Corporation is currently considering going into the taxi business. This is a business with bare minimum profits, and a saturated marketplace. And yet, PCMC is willing to throw $360,000 worth of your tax dollars away in an attempt to get people into […]

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Letters to the Editor, June 28-30, 2017

June 27, 2017 — Park City Mayoral election has three good candidates, choose wisely Editor: There are three excellent mayoral candidates including a charismatic watch dog rock-and-roll activist past mayor, a good-natured professional advocate with second-term County Council experience, and a high energy second term City Council leader and […]

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Guest editorial

June 27, 2017 — Thursday, June 29, the Park City Council will possibly approve a six-month pilot program to provide FREE transportation from the homes of those that live in a portion of Thaynes Canyon, Arie Mountain, Prospector, and Old Town to a nearby Park City Bus Stop in […]

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Guest editorial: Exceptionally cleared

June 23, 2017 — Police investigations can have four possible dispositions. The first is Open Pending meaning the case has not been solved. The second is Cleared by Arrest which speaks for itself. The third is Unfounded which means that the reported crime never occurred. The last is Exceptionally […]

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Letters to the Editor, June 24-27, 2017

June 23, 2017 — Savor the Summit for charity Editor: I've bought a ticket for Savor the Summit for the past three years. We already pay an exorbitant price for tickets, why does none of that go to charity? Feed the people on Main Street…feed the hungry in Park […]

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Letters to the Editor, June 21-24, 2017

June 21, 2017 — Proposed wall is a monstrous idea Editor: Do we live in a democracy? UDOT proposes to build an 18 foot high, 3200 foot long noise wall along I80 at Jeremy Ranch. They can move ahead if the potential benefited property owners vote for it. They […]

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Letters to the Editor, June 17-20, 2017

June 16, 2017 — Collaborating for children and community building Editor: On Sunday, June 4 my family attended the Park City Treble Makers spring concert at the Park City Community Church. This outstanding concert was presented free to the community while donations of $1,260 were collected to support the […]

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