Treasure developers return to Park City after lengthy hiatus


City Hall pledges a ‘fair review’ of the long-disputed proposal

The Treasure partnership has formally asked City Hall to restart its discussions about the controversial project after a hiatus that has stretched for upward of six years, a move that will rattle both supporters and opponents at a moment when there is not another overriding development dispute in Park City to diffuse the attention.

Pat Sweeney, who represents his family’s side of the partnership, sent a letter to City Hall on Friday requesting that Treasure be brought back to the Park City Planning Commission.

The letter, addressed to Planning Director Bruce Erickson, indicates the partnership will proceed with the development application that was under consideration last in 2010. The application itself dates to early 2004. The letter outlines a schedule of meetings starting as early as April 27 and ending with a Planning Commission vote on Sept. 28. The panel is not bound by the schedule.

“It feels right. We’ve looked at alternatives, we talked at length with the city,” Sweeney said in an interview, adding, “It’s time to get on with it. It just is.”

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