Briefs for March 3-6, 2007
Sales associate rejoins Coldwell Banker
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage announced that Vida Reid has rejoined its Park City sales team.
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, a leading residential real estate brokerage company in Utah, operates 17 offices with over 1,200 sales associates serving the communities of the greater Wasatch Front. The company offers residential and commercial brokerage, corporate relocation, and mortgage services.
RE/MAX hires new agent
RE/MAX Mountain Properties announced that Melody Huber has joined its real estate team. Huber is no stranger to Park City Real Estate as she has owned several homes in Park City. Huber will be focusing on the Park Meadows, Aerie and Thaynes Canyon areas of Park City. For further information, contact the RE/MAX Mountain Properties offices at 435-64-REMAX."
Resorts Reach 100-inch Base Depths
Thanks to recent, back-to-back snow storms, Utah resorts are offering fantastic, powdery conditions and 100-inch base depths. Through February, 100 inches of new snow has blanketed the Wasatch Mountains. "The abundant snowfall we have experienced this month sets us up for fantastic spring skiing," says Ski Utah President Nathan Rafferty. "These successive storms have brought us the quality snow that has long been synonymous with Utah." Historically, March is the state’s heaviest snowfall month.
Tests that can save your life
Life Line Screening will conduct tests that will detect arterial abnormalities that can cause disrupted blood flow, Tuesday, March 6 at Trailside Park-Park Room. It will provide a stroke screening/carotid artery test that will search for plaque buildup, an abdominals aortic aneurysm screening and a peripheral arterial disease screening. Life Line will also identify risk for osteoporosis. All four screenings are $129. Pre-registration is required, call 1-800-710-1913.
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Bruce Erickson, the planning director at City Hall, has died, the municipal government said. Erickson was involved at some level in nearly all the major decisions regarding growth and development in Park City since the early 1990s.