Top 5 stories on for the week of Nov. 18 |

Top 5 stories on for the week of Nov. 18

Park City resident Angela Moschetta offers her thoughts on the future of Park City at last week's Future Summit.
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Editor’s note: Stories in this list received the most page views on from Nov. 4 through Nov. 10.

Park City residents want bold change, but survey results indicate their expectations are less optimistic
Parkites filled the Santy Auditorium Wednesday evening for the Park City Future Summit, an event designed for the community to learn about City Hall’s visioning process, and the message they sent was clear: Park City needs a bold and innovative approach if it wants to have a successful and inclusive future.

Guest editorial: Perhaps our community should be less welcoming to conservatives
A reader argues that Park City should be a less welcoming place for modern conservatism.

New ski season, slated to begin Friday, is a homecoming for Park City Mountain Resort COO Mike Goar
Former Canyons Resort GM Mike Goar makes his return to Park City as Park City Mountain’s new COO.

Dump truck driver dies Thursday in one-vehicle accident in Summit County
No other vehicles were involved in the accident, which occurred on the interchange between U.S. 40 and Interstate 80.

Park City School District rejects demands in Welcoming Schools cease-and-desist letter
Responding last month, the district’s legal counsel said the district is ready to defend itself if sued.

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