Spend aprés ski with the Park City mayor
City Hall continues its outreach efforts on Tuesday
Park City officials on Tuesday are scheduled to host an aprés ski event where the discussion will likely center on civic issues rather than the day’s best ski run.
Leaders will continue their outreach efforts with a gathering on Main Street. It starts at 4 p.m. and is scheduled to run until 5:30 p.m. at the Spur Bar & Grill, 352 Main St. Mayor Jack Thomas and Becca Gerber, a member of the Park City Council, are slated to represent the municipal government at the event, known as Aprés With Council. The elected officials appear on a rotating basis.
There will be appetizers and a cash bar available.
The event is part of City Hall’s attempts to gather opinions from a more diverse group of Parkites than is normally present at official municipal meetings. The monthly events are known as Aprés With Council or Coffee With Council depending on the setting. They are informal gathering as compared to a regular meeting of the City Council with an agenda and required procedures.
The February gathering, held at the Park City Library, drew approximately 20 people to hear from City Councilors Andy Beerman and Cindy Matsumoto. The event in February was held in the weeks after the end of the Sundance Film Festival, and some of the discussion centered on concerns about the festival. Transportation issues and housing were also discussed at the gathering in February.
For more information about the upcoming Aprés With Council, contact Linda Jager, the community engagement manager at City Hall, at 615-5189 or email@example.com.
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