The Park Record Business Briefs for April 15, 2006
The law firm of Van Cott, Bagley, Cornwall & McCarthy is pleased to announce that Cassie J. Medura has been named a shareholder.
Medura is a member of the firm’s litigation section, where she assists clients with commercial litigation, labor and employment, construction, appellate, ADR mediation and family law matters. Medura assists clients from Van Cott’s Salt Lake City and Park City offices.
Medura received her B.S. and J.D. degrees from the University of Utah and served as a law clerk for the Honorable Pamela T. Greenwood, Utah Court of Appeals. She is a member of the Needs of Children section of the Utah State Bar, a member of the Women Lawyers of Utah and the Young Lawyers Division of the Utah State Bar.
Van Cott, Bagley, Cornwall & McCarthy, established in 1874, provides comprehensive business, litigation, tax and natural resource services to corporate clients and individuals. The firm has offices in Salt Lake, Ogden and Park City.
Park City Chamber/Bureau hires new membership director
The Park City Chamber of Commerce/Convention and Visitors Bureau has hired Kristin Carpenter as their new membership director. Carpenter formerly worked for the Salt Lake-based company DestinationVIP, a full-service destination management company specializing in Salt Lake City, Park City and Jackson Hole, Wyo.
New real estate campus will benefit nearly 800 Park City Realtors
Thursday, representatives from Utah Realtor organizations broke ground for a new five-story building to house three Realtor associations the Utah Association of Realtors, the Salt Lake Board of Realtors and the Wasatch Front Regional Multiple Listing Services. The 105,000-square-foot glass and brick building will be located on a six-acre plot at the corner of Townridge Parkway (9670 South) and Monroe Street (200 West) in Sandy.
The two bottom floors will be occupied by the 7,200-member Salt Lake Board of Realtors, which will be moving from an office in Salt Lake. The 13,000-member Wasatch Front Regional Multiple Listing Service will be located on floors three and four. The top floor will be the headquarters for more than 12,000 Utah Association of Realtors members, including nearly 800 Park City Realtors.
Designers of the project plan to house office space, classrooms, executive meeting rooms, storage areas and state-of-the-art technology. Layton Construction is slated to begin building next month and the structure is expected to be complete late spring, 2007. For more information, contact the Utah Association of Realtors at (801) 268-4747.
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