A Letter of Thanks from the Summit County Council

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October 9, 2014

Summit County Council would like to thank the community for participating in our Snyderville Basin Long Range Transportation Plan public open house held on September 30th at the Richins Building in Park City. We estimate a total of 130 residents joined with Summit County, Park City and Wasatch County policymakers to provide valuable input on our future transportation needs. We would also like to thank Canyons Resort and the Resort Village Management Association for their involvement in this process.

At the meeting, we received well over 100 comments and interactive board suggestions from the public that will be used in developing the recommendations for the final draft Long Range Transportation Plan, which is scheduled to be complete in the upcoming month.

It is our goal to adopt a comprehensive and proactive transportation strategy for the Snyderville Basin by the end of the year. Your continued interest, participation, and input are vital to us. We urge you to stay involved in this important community issue. We pledge to keep you informed on the progress of the plan, as well as future opportunities to attend public meetings where this plan will be discussed. Please check our website www.summitcounty.org for future meeting information and thank you again for your robust participation as we collectively plan the future transportation needs of the Snyderville Basin.

Sincerely,
Summit County Council

60 North Main
Coalville, Utah 84017
countycouncil@summitcounty.org

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