Park City Mountain Resort is hosting job fairs Oct. 25 and Nov. 3 at the Legacy Lodge at the base of PCMR. "Job Fair" signs will be posted in the area directing job seekers to the Legacy Lodge. The fair on Oct. 25 will be from 3 to 6 p.m. and on Nov. 3 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The job fairs will give applicants the opportunity to meet the managers, other team members and see what jobs are available. Applicants will be able to interview for specific jobs and ask questions. Positions may be offered at the job fair. For more information or to apply online, visit parkcitymountain.com. To speak with a job fair representative, contact Linda Cooley at Human Resources at (435) 647-5406.
Recycle Utah sponsors energy workshop
Recycle Utah and the Park City Board of Realtors are sponsoring an energy conservation workshop for businesses this Tuesday, Oct. 23 from 1:30 to 5 p.m., at The Lodges in Deer Valley.
This workshop is geared toward business owners, managers, maintenance personnel, and other professionals who make decisions about energy expenditures in their businesses.
Hotel managers, school districts, condominium homeowner association officers, retail business managers, restaurant owners, managers of large office complexes and businesses with vehicle fleets are especially encouraged to attend.
Those who attend will learn how to measure and track energy usage in their businesses, take advantage of energy incentives, cut energy bills, implement new heating and lighting technologies, establish recycling programs, cut fuel (gasoline) usage and publicize their success.
Advanced registration is required at $15 per person. Participants who show up the day of the workshop will be accommodated. Visit http://www.recycleutah.org or call (435) 649-9698 to register or for more information.
AAA clarifies auto coolant confusion
Remember the good old days when every car’s radiator was filled with a green coolant, sometimes called antifreeze, that could be purchased just about anywhere and worked fine in every make and model of vehicle? Those days are gone, warns AAA Utah – and should be forgotten if you want to maintain the condition of your car’s engine and cooling system.
There is no longer a "one-size-fits-all" coolant that is approved by all automakers, and approval is key. An automaker’s approval certifies that a coolant meets its requirements for vehicle protection and ensures that your warranty will be maintained if you use the product. To ensure the level of cooling system protection specified by your car’s manufacturer, it is recommended that only an approved coolant be used. Find out the correct coolant to use in your car at your local mechanic or dealership.
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Tourism revenue increased month over month this summer, the Park City Chamber/Bureau reported, but lodging numbers are still off 22% for December. Officials reported a recent uptick in bookings, though, pointing to a modicum of certainty after ski resorts announced their COVID-related opening policies.