Summit in 60 December 8: County Council discusses trash fees, transportation funding
This week in Summit in 60:
- The state legislature overwhelmingly passed the Utah Medical Cannabis Act, touted as the compromise to Prop 2 and overturns the statewide initiative voters approved to allow access to medical marijuana.
- Trash collection fees could be going up. Summit County Councilors are being asked to consider a $4 hike to the annual bill for curbside service. If approved at their Dec. 12 meeting, the new $40 rate would be reflected in the July bill.
- Officials want a larger role in overseeing the operations and finances of Park City’s transit system, especially since the county funds the majority of it.
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A Silver Creek church is seeking to more than double in size while the county needs to buy an easement across its land
The Mountain Life Church is seeking to more than double in size at the same time as Summit County is seeking an 80-foot-wide easement across its land for the new Bitner Road connection. Officials say the projects can’t be linked, but should be coordinated.