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Guest opinion: The issue is not whether Park City should build the arts and culture district. The only question now is how.
Maggie AbuHaidar, a former board chair for the Kimbal Art Center, disputes the notion that City Hall is moving forward with a “non-plan” as it considers the arts and culture district.
Published: April 8, 2021
Angela Moschetta writes that critics of the arts and culture district have valid questions and are bringing alternative ideas to the discussion. “To dismiss informed civic engagement as negative is cheap, childish and unbecoming of Park City leadership in any role.”
Published: April 13, 2021
Diane Thompson writes that City Hall should not be involved in financing or building an arts and culture district. Instead, it should sell the land to a developer to pursue the project.
Published: April 12, 2021
Our view: A stunning amount of development in the Park City area is on the horizon at a time when infrastructure is already strained. Parkites are bracing for the impacts.
Published: April 10, 2021
Lola and Zafod Beatlebrox write that the arts and culture district is a great idea that will end up paying for itself. But City Hall should consider a rebranding.
Published: April 3, 2021
Park City leaders on Wednesday night received more than an hour of divergent testimony about City Hall’s plans to develop an arts and culture district, hearing from a broad range of speakers — a veritable artist’s palette — as important decisions near regarding the especially ambitious municipal project.
Published: April 2, 2021
Sarah Altschuler questions why Summit County’s new transit system plans to cut part of a bus route that serves the Silver Springs neighborhood. “Don’t assume that what serves you better will also serve everyone better.”
Published: April 7, 2021