The Treasure partnership appeared before the Park City Planning Commission on Wednesday evening, listening to another round of criticism that included an especially pointed statement by a panel member, as the contentious discussions about the project continued.
The meeting, held at the Santy Auditorium at the Park City Library to accommodate the crowd, was the second in what is expected to be a series of monthly discussions about Treasure, which returned to the Planning Commission earlier in the summer after a lengthy hiatus.
The Planning Commission and the Treasure side focused on the square footage of the project, a critical issue that separates Park City officials and the developers. The Sweeney family in the 1980s won an overall approval for development at the Treasure site and nearby parcels of land, but Treasure critics have long disputed the just more than 1 million square feet that is sought. The project is now under the ownership of a partnership involving the Sweeney family and firm called Park City II, LLC. The Treasure land is located on a hillside overlooking Old Town along the route of the Town Lift.
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