Affordable housing is one of the most important issues facing those of us around Park City.
No matter whether you are in the camp that says we need more affordable housing to enable those of us who work here to live here, to maintain our sense of community, or a hundred other reasons… or you are in the camp that is worried that affordable housing may impact your property values, that what is deemed “affordable” really isn’t, or a hundred other reasons… either way it impacts us all.
If the topic interests you, you may want to attend a panel being hosted tomorrow (Friday the 26th) by the Park City Board of Realtors. The title is:
“Housing in Summit County: Past, Present and Future.”
The panel members are:
- Park City Councilman, Tim Henney;
- Park City Community Development Director, Anne Laurent;
- Summit County Councilman, Tal Adair;
- Summit County Economic Development Director, Jeff Jones;
- Mountainlands Community Housing Trust Executive Director, Scott Loomis as they discuss this important issue.
Lunch will be provided by Christina Miller with Miller Law beginning at 11:45 am, and the speaker panel will start at noon. The panel will conclude at 1 pm, with a 30 minute Q & A to follow.
If you are interested, the event is being held at the Jim Santy (the library in town). You don’t need to RSVP.
If you want more information about the panel, KPCW has an interview: