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Letters: Leaders must keep children safe

February 18, 2018 — Leaders must keep children safe Every parent should demand a plan from their school board on safety. The days when we could naively assume that attacks would be random and few and far between are over. Every school should expect an attack. The argument regarding

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Letters: Open message to noise wall voters

February 15, 2018 — School board is on right path Editor: Unfortunately, the new Park City School Board has been criticized by a few members of the community. Some have even called it dysfunctional. Nothing could be further from the truth. On the contrary, it is well on its

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Guest editorial: Growth and tax burden threaten once-quaint Park City

February 14, 2018 — I couldn't agree more with Mr. Janulaitis' letter regarding having continuous tax increases for infrastructure, to support multi million if not billion dollar resort owners such as Vail and Deer Valley. Who are we kidding, and why should I, like many other full-time residents, support

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Letters: Former Park City mayor says saving Osguthorpe Farm is critical

February 12, 2018 — Beware of parking hazard Editor: I, too, went to the Drifter show at the Egyptian on Friday night. I entered the parking garage off Marsac so I was at the roof top level. This was my first time using this facility since the new fee

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Guest editorial: New Park City Board of Education is ready to tackle the big issues

February 11, 2018 — In listening to all the hubbub and chatter of late about our new school board, I am trying to look beyond squawks and cries of woe and listen to where these accusations are coming from. The talking points are all the same, they're unprepared, untrained

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Letters: Resident calls for open dialogue about Woodward Park City action-sports camp

February 7, 2018 — Reader has concerns about Treasure deal Editor: I applaud Stephen Streamers' guest editorial in the Park Record. I would like to expand on his thoughts. First, we should not put our blind trust in politicians to do what we want them to. For example, giving

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Guest editorial: Treasure deal is bad for the Park City community

February 6, 2018 — City Hall's tentative agreement to acquire the Treasure development rights for $64 million and pay for it with a property tax increase is a bad deal for our Park City Community. Park City is often called a "Resort-Community." That term is a perfect example of

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Letters: A thanks to community from PC Bands

February 4, 2018 — A thanks to Park City community Editor: The PCHS Bands Sweetheart Gala — aka "Park City's Best Valentine's Date" — is right around the corner, but before the water glasses are filled and the Jazz Ensemble warms up for a night of swing tunes, I

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Letters to the editor: Reader dubs town No Parking City

January 31, 2018 — Column was not improper Editor: I am writing in reply to Nancy Garrison's letter to the editor titled "Park Record Sundance Column was Offensive". Tom Clyde criticized the Sundance Institute's Code of Conduct, with delightful satirical flair, and a Sundance Institute board member found that

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Letters to the editor, Jan. 27-Jan. 30

January 26, 2018 — Student bands need support Editor: Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate it than at the annual Park City Education Foundation PC Bands Sweetheart Gala? The Sweetheart Gala is a wonderful evening of catered dinner and dancing, accompanied by

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Letters: Park Record column regarding Sundance Code of Conduct was offensive

January 23, 2018 — Letter defending Trump was shocking Editor: I was shocked to read the letter defending President Trump's use of wording when referring to immigration from places like Haiti and African nations. I had to wonder if the author would have felt as compelled to defend the

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Letters to the editor, Jan. 20-23, 2018

January 22, 2018 — Reader says Treasure is "Art of the Deal" Editor: Current proposed scale of the Treasure Hill project is roughly one million square feet. Back in the 80's the applicant proposed a project approximately 1/3 that size. City council is considering buying down the size of

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Guest editorial: Park City Olympic hopeful questions rollback of Bears Ears, Grand Staircase-Escalante monuments

January 22, 2018 — After growing up in an Army family that moved all over the United States, I'm proud to call Utah home. Our public lands are a huge source of this pride. I began to explore Utah's amazing natural wonders when I moved here for high school

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Letters to the editor, Jan. 17-19, 2018

January 16, 2018 — Employers need to step up to solve housing crisis Editor: I put a house up for rental this week. I have had many inquiries from Deer Valley, Vail, Montage and other ski industry employees (many of whom are international a we know.) Many request to

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Guest editorial: Speaking from experience, Parkite says clean air is a matter of life and breath

January 13, 2018 — It's inversion time again. The toxic soup of ozone, nitrous oxide, and particulates we breathe on the Wasatch Front is much more than an ugly eyesore. Breathing it can be deadly, especially if you live or work near the freeway, or other sources of concentrated

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Letters to the editor, Jan. 13

January 12, 2018 — Marriott says thanks to responders Editor: We would like to publicly commend the members of the Park City Fire Department, Park City Police Department, Park City Emergency Management, Park City Building Department and Summit County Health Department who were on duty Wednesday, January 10, 2018,

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Guest editorial: Impact of Woodward Park City will be immense for neighbors

January 12, 2018 — I attended the Snyderville Planning Commission meeting held January 9th at the Summit County Library. While my interest in this meeting was specifically to learn about the low income housing proposed for future build on Rasmussen Road, the first item to be discussed on the

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Letters to the editor, Jan. 10-12, 2018

January 10, 2018 — Saving farm is a rare opportunity Editor: When people say to me that there are two sides to the discussion of whether or not we should save the Osguthorpe farm on Old Ranch Road, I'm kind of surprised. From my point of view, most everyone

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Guest editorial: National School Choice Week highlights options for parents and students

January 10, 2018 — Later this month, schools, homeschool groups, organizations, and individuals in Utah and across America will work together to raise awareness about the importance of opportunity in K-12 education. National School Choice Week begins on January 21 and celebrates all types of schools and education environments

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Guest editorial: Park City would be well served by convincing superintendent to stay

January 8, 2018 — We have an excellent superintendent who is leaving. Why would someone walk away from an amazing job in Park City? Everyday she has been here I have been grateful. Yes, we have a challenging and dedicated parent group who can move mountains. However, what is

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