Ski equipment recycling
Recycle Utah will once again accept skis, poles, bindings, helmets, boots, goggles, snowboards and snowboard boots for recycling as part of its fall snow sports recycling collection.
The materials will be sent to the Snow Sports Industries of America (SIA)’s recycling facility, which shreds them and repurposes the materials for use in decking, flooring, signage and furniture, according to a press release from Recycle Utah.
This year, Recycle Utah will be charged by SIA to recycle the equipment. However, because of donations received during Live PC Give PC, Recycle Utah will be able to continue the program, which is made possible with the help of Vail Resorts, Park City Municipal Corporation, Powdr Corporation, the Sunrise Rotary Club and SIA.
S.R. 224 open house
The Utah Department of Transportation, Park City and Summit County will host a public meeting to discuss the use of shoulders on State Road 224 for transit buses. The public meeting will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 3, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Summit County Library, Richins Building, 1885 West Ute Boulevard.
The public meeting will begin with a presentation of the proposed shared shoulder concept and afterwards, the project team with UDOT and Park City staff will be available to answer questions. For more information, please leave a message on the project hotline at 888-803-3921 and a representative will return your call.
Forest proposes cabin fees
The Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest is seeking input from the public on a proposal to add 11 historic cabins to an overnight cabin rental program, according to a press release from the forest office.
Renovations at the cabins will or have been completed, and the National Forest says the proposed fees would make the cabins available to the public for rental. Cabins available in the Kamas Ranger District include:
Ledgefork Guard Station This cabin would be available from June 1 to Sept. 30 at the price of $85 per night. It can accommodate up to six people and features electricity provided by a generator, running water, flush toilets, shower, electric lights and appliances and propane heat. Its location is one mile from the Smith and Morehouse Reservoir.
Mirror Lake Guard Station This cabin would be available from July 1 to Sept. 15 at the price of $100 per night. It can accommodate up to four people and features running water, shower, flush toilets, propane heat, propane lights and appliances and a paved road. Its location is 32 miles from Kamas and 58 miles from Evanston, Wyoming.
For more information, contact Charles Rosier at 801-999-2103. Comments can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to:
Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest
ATTN: Larry Lucas
857 W. South Jordan Parkway
South Jordan, UT 84095
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