A pair of readers took issue with a recent opinion piece written by a member of the Park City Council.
A Park City High School student who is gay and a conservative says in a guest editorial that he has been subjected to intolerance because of his political views.
A reader says politics have no place in the debate about the Welcoming Schools program at Trailside Elementary School.
Guest editorial: Park City school board says dissenting opinions are fine, but harassment crosses the line
After a rock was thrown through the window of the superintendent’s home last week, the Park City Board of Education says harassment "is not only dangerous and illegal but sets a terrible example for the children of Park City."
Guest editorial: Park City Councilor says Parkites must explore how they align with community values
Park City Councilor Tim Henney says two recent incidents highlight the need for people to understand how they align with the community’s values.
A reader wonders whether taxpayers or corporations would pay for a gondola system to address traffic in Park City.
Guest editorial: Vilification of anyone opposed to Welcoming Schools program is unwarranted and wrong
A reader writes in a guest editorial that “the hypocrisy is palpable” in the controversy raging in Park City about the Welcoming Schools program at Trailside Elementary.
In letters to the editor, former Park City Mayor Brad Olch endorses incumbent Park City Councilor Nann Worel, while current City Councilor Lynn Ware Peek supports Worel and incumbent Becca Gerber.
"Can we agree that each of us is about much more than who we love or what our bodies look like? Who we love and how we see ourselves is extremely important to each of us personally, and to our families, but not really to anyone else."
Readers in the most recent batch of letters to the editor weighed in on the Park City Council race.
A reader takes issue with a group that, she says, has not been forthcoming in its opposition to the Welcoming Schools program at Trailside Elementary School.
"My passengers often comment on “No Park City,” but perhaps that is what we need: satellite parking lots with shuttles. That could keep thousands of cars out of town."
The director of North Summit Recreation is asking residents to support a tax increase so the organization can continue to fund youth sports programs.
In a letter to the editor, a reader from Pinebrook questions Summit County’s decision to spend $200,000 on art at the roundabouts under construction at the Jeremy Ranch/Pinebrook interstate interchange.
A Park City resident who is moving away says the community is lucky to have Recycle Utah and should not take the nonprofit for granted.
A reader writes in a guest editorial that Parkites in the ‘80s worried that water issues would impede growth. Now, he says, it’s clear traffic is the problem, and he offers some solutions.
A reader from Redstone says in a guest editorial that Smith’s request to serve beer on tap in its Kimball Junction location is absurd: "This is Utah for God’s sake."
"So the United States’ impulsive abandonment of (the Kurds) makes me especially sad. Overnight we have made the switch from protector to just another subjugator.”
Two readers advocating for voters to approve a South Summit School District bond measure to fund a new high school say it’s a small price to pay to secure the future of the Kamas Valley.
A Park City High School junior argues in a guest editorial that the voices of young people are needed in the push for action on climate change.