Jeremy Ranch Is Big On Glass Recycling

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Glass is the only food or beverage container that is 100 percent recyclable and there's one Snyderville Basin neighborhood that is drinking that up. Melissa Allison brings us the story.

  On today’s program, Host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City Municipal Housing Specialist Rhoda Stauffer and Park City Board of Realtors Legislative Committee Chair Melissa Band about the panel discussion on Friday – housing on Summit County: Past, Present and Future. Park City schools open this week and Superintendent Ember Conley says they’re ready and Director of the Basin Recreation Brian Hanton and Bob Radke are in with a monthly update.

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Residents have a chance to learn all about housing in a Friday panel being hosted by the Park City Board of Realtors.  Melissa Allison has more.

The KPCW Summer 2016 Pledge Drive begins Monday, August 22nd and culminates in the always-popular KPCW/Cole Sport Back Alley Bash on Friday, August 26th.  New this year at the Bash is our Opportunity Drawing!  Grand Prize is a Chef’s Table dinner for 8 compliments of Park City Culinary Institute and will feature an award-winning Executive Chef from a notable restaurant to entertain guests in your home.  Pick up your tickets at KPCW studios, at the event or contact a KPCW board member.

  On this morning’s 100 show anniversary we celebrate with guest performing live in two studios for two hours.  In the first segment, John and Jude welcome Musician Joel Pack in studio “A” who performs live in Studio.  Then in segment two we switch to studio “B” where Christie welcomes the Group Grapegrass who performs three songs.  Then it’s back to Studio “A” where Robert Bartko performs.

In the second hour of the 100 programs special, Robyn Cage sings and plays the keyboard followed by the Group Mister Sister.

Local News Hour - August 19, 2016

Aug 19, 2016

  On today’s program, host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Charlie Sturgis with Mountain Trails Foundation about the closure of Jenny’s as the EPA goes in to clean up tens of thousands of cubic yards of mining waste. Larry White ,the CEO of TCFC, has details about a public open house on Tuesday as the company readies a revised masterplan for the 3.8 million square feet of development still to do at the base of Canyons Village and mid-mountain. Wasatch County Manager Mike Davis has updates on a number of development projects, including the new military hotel and Mayflower master plan.

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The Park Silly Sunday Market is going to be without wine and hard liquor for two of its remaining days.  KPCW’s Renai Bodley has that story.

  On today’s program, host Leslie Thatcher speaks to Summit County Council Member Kim Carson about the proposed ballot and transportation measures. Swaner EcoCenter Director Nell Larson has a preview of some upcoming events and Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District Director Mike Luers reports that due to a cooperative effort of water users in the Snyderville Basin, thousands of fish were saved last month.

THINC - the group opposed to the Treasure Hill development is getting serious - as the Park City Planning Commission continues its review of the development's application. Leslie Thatcher has this update.

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For the last 30 years, the idea of developing the Treasure Hill master plan has languished as Park City's real estate market has ebbed and flowed. Today, the aging property owners are committed to seeing the process through and then, will likely sell it. Leslie Thatcher has more.

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