Letters to the Editor
Editor: Two months ago I get a personal on-site audit for personal property (I’m now paying taxes for the 30-year-old, dining room table my computer sits on), and now a $175 county business licensing fee. You win, I quit.
Bruce Fryer Fryergroup Park City
Avalanche of praise
Yes, it’s a first, but well deserved& fan mail for an attorney! The Canyons’ avalanche dismissal is just the tip of the iceberg for Kevin (Mr. Simon). If you don’t know him, get to know him he is no fluff and all substance. I had the pleasure of chatting with him a couple of times and was struck by his genuine nature. No cocktail talk, no politics, no reliance on favors, just a no-nonsense guy. I believe public recognition is in order for all that he does for the various resorts and, by extension, this community that lives and dies with these resorts.
As someone who knows and talks with ski industry people, I can tell you he is considered invaluable. It’s Kevin this, Kevin that. If there’s a motion won or case dismissed, rest assured, Kevin is behind it. Every resort needs some Kevin in its Christmas stocking!
Kristy Vogel Park City
Holiday Helpers thank you
Peace House would like to sincerely thank the Park City community for making our Holiday Helper program a success. Holiday Helpers was able to provide 78 low-income families with a plentiful Christmas. The Park City community provided warm clothing, coats, hats, gloves, toys and food to families in need.
Peace House also received much-needed new pillows, linens, office supplies and financial donations to help us run our shelter. Peace House truly feels the support of the community. We are grateful to be apart of such a generous community.
Tina Kohfield Case manager, Peace House
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