Comments collected by City Hall offer glimpse into the opposition’s thinking
by Jay Hamburger OF THE RECORD STAFF
There had already been meeting after meeting, hearing after hearing, about the Sweeney family’s blueprints for the Treasure development by the time City Hall and the family hosted two open houses last summer.
The testimony during Park City Planning Commission hearings had been overwhelmingly against Treasure, and Parkites in the last few years had been especially critical as it seemed a vote by the panel could be approaching.
The open houses were scheduled as negotiations continued between a City Hall team and the Sweeneys about the prospects of a conservation agreement for all or some of the Treasure land, situated on the slopes of Park City Mountain Resort and on a hillside overlooking Old Town.
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