He questions whether a shift program should give Sweeneys a 2-for-1 bonus
by Jay Hamburger OF THE RECORD STAFF
Mayor Dana Williams, revisiting his role as the development watchdog that brought him to political prominence in the 1990s, was highly critical Thursday night of certain parts of a program under consideration at City Hall that would allow some landowners to shift their development rights elsewhere.
At one point during a meeting about whether a program should be created, Williams said he was “absolutely freaking out” about an idea to give the Sweeney family an incentive to shift development rights away from the Treasure acreage on the slopes of Park City Mountain Resort overlooking Old Town.
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