In letters to the editor, one reader argues against allowing e-bikes on Park City's trails, while another is fed up with congestion on S.R. 224.
Letters: Summit County Council failed to properly regulate Woodward lights, and now we’re stuck with them
A reader from Jeremy Ranch writes in a letter to the editor that the Summit County Council seemingly didn't do its homework before approving Woodward Park City, and now residents are stuck with the resort's bright evening lights.
In a guest editorial, a reader says there are a lot of possible events that could shake up the financial markets in 2020, culminating in the "most troublesome year in our collective lifetimes."
A reader is displeased with Santa after learning about a new bus route in their neighborhood they say is disruptive: "Who promised you more cookies if you put on this new route?"
The leadership of the Mountain Trails foundation submitted a guest editorial about e-bikes on Park City's trails that they hope prevents the dialogue "from journeying further down the rabbit hole of dysfunctional discourse."
In a letter to the editor, a Park City resident writes that our town faces an epidemic during ski season: trash and litter.
In a letter to the editor, a Silver Creek resident encourages others to sign a petition seeking a measure on the ballot to overturn the Legislature's tax overhaul.
A Snyderville Basin resident writes in a guest editorial that a monorail operating above ground level would solve a lot of Park City's traffic problems.
In a guest editorial, a reader says that one might think navigating through the tourist-packed aisles is the most challenging part of a trip to Whole Foods. Wait, she writes, until you try to leave the parking lot.
A reader from Jeremy Ranch writes in a letter to the editor that he's happy Woodward Park City is open, but he hopes the resort will be a good neighbor and turn off its lights as soon as it can at night.
In a guest editorial, a reader argues that there is no reason for any sort of a ban to be in place against pedal-assist bikes on Park City's trails. They are, he argues, a way for everyone to enjoy the sport of mountain biking.
A reader says The Park Record was wrong in an editorial to take sides in the impeachment debate.
A reader from Jeremy Ranch writes in a letter to the editor that, even in good weather conditions, the traffic on S.R. 224 has become untenable.
Two seniors at Park City High School write in a guest editorial that allowing teachers to carry concealed guns on campus is not the solution to school safety.
A Park City resident writes in a guest editorial that a person exercising the right to control their children's education and upbringing doesn't make them a bad parent.
A reader from Summit Park writes in a guest editorial that school staff are first responders to harmful behavior like bullying and they need the tools to deal with it.
In a letter to the editor, a reader argues that Parkites should support UDOT's proposal to widen S.R. 248. Leaving the road as-is, he says, would leave the community vulnerable in an emergency.
A reader argues in a guest editorial that, when the impeachment proceedings reach the Senate, Republicans must put country over politics.
In a guest editorial, a reader says Basin Rec should not be relying on tax increases to fund its operations. Perhaps the cost should be shifted to the people who actually use the trails and other amenities.
A Park City reader says we can cut down on the divisiveness if we give people we disagree with the benefit of the doubt.