Sweeney hearing delayed | ParkRecord.com

Sweeney hearing delayed

The Planning Commission has rescheduled a public hearing regarding the Sweeney family’s Treasure Hill development.

The hearing was originally scheduled on Wednesday, March 1. The new date is March 8.

No discussion of the project is scheduled on March 1.

The Treasure Hill project is the most controversial development now under consideration at City Hall. The developers want approval for 282 residential units, like condominiums, townhouses and hotel suites, and 19,000 square feet of commercial space.

The land is located just west of Old Town, on the slopes of Park City Mountain Resort.

The family holds longstanding development rights at the site. People living on streets like Empire Avenue and Lowell Avenue are worried about the amount of traffic that they say will pour onto their streets.

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