Top 5 Stories: Home prices are up, Deer Valley Resort’s leader is out, and public outcry spills over

Editor’s note: Stories in this list received the most page views on from Nov. 28-Dec. 5, 2021.

Jeremy Levitt, the president and chief operating officer of Deer Valley Resort, left the organization on Monday, the resort said in a statement. He led Deer Valley for a little more than a year and was a key figure in the resort’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.​ Read more:

Deer Valley president departs, just days before start of ski season


If you plan to buy a home in the Park City area, be prepared to shell out a lot of money — that is, if you can find one that hasn’t been snapped up already. Read more:

‘Remarkable rise’ in home prices expected to continue in Park City area

In a summary of the opinions from the public, officials said 88% of the pedestrians who provided input in person “reported feeling safer walking through the crosswalk.” The online input, though, was more than 90% in opposition. Read more:

Brightly colored traffic calming in Park City lambasted in online feedback

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Elected officials hear from approximately 80 people, mostly in opposition to the Tech Center proposal. Read more:

Summit County Council delays vote on disputed project following marathon public hearing


Photos: Deer Valley Resort kicks off its ski season.

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Heber City Council clashes with mayor

Speaking with The Park Record, several council members expressed a desire for better lines of communication with the mayor’s office. The mayor provided a statement saying she believes councilor Rachel Kahler wants to control her office.

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