The Park City Planning Department has issued a report in anticipation of a Wednesday meeting about the disputed Treasure proposal that defends the department’s work on the project against criticism from the development partnership that Treasure has been subjected to an unusually intensive review.
The report covers numerous issues related to Treasure, but a section about the fairness of the review is an especially intriguing inclusion. The Treasure partnership, consisting of the Sweeney family and a firm called Park City II, LLC, recently raised a concern that other large development proposals were not scrutinized at the same level as Treasure has been.
Pat Sweeney, who represents his family in the discussions, in early November said in an interview the partnership is “getting treated differently than others in the community.” He noted the way in which the Planning Commission discussed the traffic Treasure is projected to generate and utility blueprints as examples. He said at the time the Treasure side has not seen traffic as a critical issue since traffic-fighting measures were crafted, claiming the continuing discussions about traffic are “no pun intended . . . a good place to park the process.”
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