The Park City Planning Commission on Wednesday is slated to tour the Treasure acreage, briefly trading the confines of the Santy Auditorium for the disputed hillside overlooking Old Town, in what is expected to be an important visit to the site as the panel continues to discuss the polarizing development proposal.
It will be the first tour led by the developers since 2009, during an earlier round of talks between the Treasure partnership and the Planning Commission. The development team, Planning Commissioners and staffers will hike part of the acreage. The site visit is open to the public. It is scheduled to start at 4:30 p.m. at the switchback where Lowell Avenue and Empire Avenue meet.
The tour will precede a Planning Commission meeting about Treasure. The meeting starts at 5:30 p.m. in the Santy Auditorium at the Park City Library. The Planning Commission is scheduled to continue to discuss issues related to square footage and hold a hearing at the meeting on Wednesday.
See link below to the rest of the article: