Park City, Treasure Hill and the Land Use Attorney

It’s been more than 30 years since Pat Sweeney and his brothers brought the idea of the Treasure Hill development to Park City. When things got complicated – the city decided to contract with one of Utah’s prominent land use attorneys – Jody Burnett. KPCW’s Melissa Allison has more about why the city thought the additional cost was necessary.

http://kpcw.org/post/park-city-treasure-hill-and-land-use-attorney

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Park City planning panel sets tentative date for Treasure vote

The Park City Planning Commission discussions about Treasure, which have stretched for more than a decade with several starts and stops over the years, appear to be fast approaching a finale.

The panel on Wednesday held a lengthy meeting about Treasure and, toward the end of the evening, briefly addressed the timeline. It appears there could be three more meetings with Treasure on the agenda, and a vote could be scheduled at the third one. It will be perhaps the most significant development vote by the panel since the 1990s era decisions regarding the project that was eventually built as Empire Pass.

The Planning Commission indicated it would discuss Treasure at a meeting on Nov. 29, followed by a special work session centered on Treasure on Dec. 6. The Planning Commission would then be expected to cast a vote at a Dec. 13 meeting. The timeline, which is tentative, leaves less than a month before the landmark vote would be cast.

The discussions date to 2004 and have stretched through numerous Planning Commission rosters. A vote on Dec. 13 would ensure Park City Councilor-elect Steve Joyce, who is a member of the Planning Commission, is one of the panelists to decide Treasure. The City Council has kept the current lineup of the Planning Commission intact to ensure there are not changes in the membership amid the Treasure discussions.

For the rest of this article please click on the link below:

http://www.parkrecord.com/news/park-city-planning-panel-sets-tentative-date-for-treasure-vote/

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Park City Planning Commission Gear Up for Treasure Hill Decision

The Park City Planning Commission is looking to dot all their “i’s” and cross all their “t’s” as the deadline to make a decision about the Treasure Hill project closes in. KPCW’s Melissa Allison brings us the story.

http://kpcw.org/post/park-city-planning-commission-gear-treasure-hill-decision

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Treasure Hill Applicant Expects Decision in 2017

More than 30 years ago, the Park City Council approved the masterplan for the Treasure Hill development. Over the years, various attempts have been made to get the project to a point to actually get it out of the ground. That time may be very soon. Leslie Thatcher has this update.

See link below:

http://kpcw.org/post/treasure-hill-applicant-expects-decision-2017

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Local News Hour – November 9, 2017

Park City Planning Commission Chairman Adam Strachan discusses last night’s meeting on Treasure Hill.

See link below.  Interview with Adam starts at 15:30.

http://kpcw.org/post/local-news-hour-november-9-2017

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Local News Hour – November 7, 2017

Park City Planning Director Bruce Erickson discusses tomorrow’s planning commission agenda, which includes the Treasure development

http://kpcw.org/post/local-news-hour-november-7-2017

Starts at 17:05

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Local News Hour – November 3, 2017

MPE Inc. Spokesman Pat Sweeney talks about his family’s proposed development, Treasure Hill and how he expects they will get a decision from the planning commission by the end of the year.

See link below.  Starts at 22:40:

http://kpcw.org/post/local-news-hour-november-3-2017

From the interview: at 37:40:

“We’ve had conversations over the years with the City about buying [the] property. We’ve offered it to them several times at what by today’s standards would be ten cents on the dollar.” Pat Sweeney

 

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