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Auto crash injures four on Park Avenue Tony Childers was charged by police with drunk driving and several other offenses on Saturday night, March 19, after he allegedly caused two separate accidents, acci-dents, including a head-on collision on Park Avenue that sent four people to the hospital. According to police, Childers, visiting at some Main Street bars on Saturday Satur-day night, began driving north down Main Street in his Chevrolet Blazer. Childers Child-ers of Jackson, Arkansas, was witnessed driving erratically er-ratically and on the wrong side of the road. Christie Hansen was driving up Main Street when she saw the Blazer coming down the road, on her side. She stopped but the Blazer side-swiped side-swiped into her and then continued down Main. Hansen, Han-sen, vacationing from On tario, was uninjured. Several minutes after side-swiping side-swiping Hansen, Childers again was witnessed driving in the wrong lane and this time the damage was much more severe. According to police, Childers slammed head-on into a Volkswagen Karmann Ghia, driven by Richard Searl of Minnesota. The force of the collision caused the Volkswagen, which was heading south on Park Avenue, to carom off the Blazer and face west. The Blazer traveled on for several yards ending up partially in a nearby driveway. drive-way. Searl and passenger, Kenneth Ken-neth Whittaker of East Canyon Lodge, Park City, were both injured, as were Childers and passenger, Mark Wiggness of Kaysville, Utah. Another passenger in Childers' car, Linda Barrier escaped injury. All were transported to the Holy Cross Hospital in Salt Lake, where Searl remains with a back injury and Wiggness with an abdominal injury. Both in satisfactory condition. Whittaker was later moved to the University Univer-sity of Utah Medical Center, Cen-ter, with a head injury. Childers suffered some facial fac-ial damage but was released and sent to the Summit County Jail, where bail was posted at $50,000. Childers was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, leaving the scene of an accident, and possession posses-sion of a controlled substance sub-stance (a container of marijuana mari-juana was reportedly found in his car). Childers will face these charges later in Circuit Court in Salt Lake. r Park ity News i liursday , March 24, 1983 Page A5 Snyderville residents voice zoning concerns Serving dinner 6 -11 nightly. "Elegant dining" Reservations recomme tided, 649-9474. Mini bottles and wine available. Lunch scroed daily at the Car 19. J William K. Evans Certified Public Accountant announces the opening of offices for the practice of public accounting. 1790 Bonanza Drive Park City Business Commons Building Suite 210 649-3486 V J Open space in the Snyderville Snyder-ville Basin and limits to commercial zoning are the two major concerns of residents resi-dents attending workshops on the Snyderville Basin Master Ian. That's the conclusion from the Utah State University group working work-ing to develop the plan. The researchers, part of USU's Environmental Field Service, held a "listening post" for residents on Feb. 24 at Parley's Park Elementary, Elemen-tary, followed by a more formal for-mal workshop on March 1. Group coordinator Lee Nel-lis Nel-lis issued a written summary to the County Commission. At the "listening post," he said the most comments were about open space. Citizens urged clustering development to preserve open areas. Another popular topic concerned con-cerned commercial development. develop-ment. Residents seemed to favor limiting commercial areas to node locations, he said and they felt strip development should be pro hibited or restricted. These topics were also stressed at the workshop hearing. Other concerns raised were traffic circulation, the visual impact of development, develop-ment, and the county's regulatory practices. Nellis also said one study group at the March 1 workshop stressed the need for a trial system for the entire basin. He said about 20 residents appeared at the listening session, anH io people showed up for the workshop. Nellis further wrote, "Considering "Con-sidering that publicity was limited and that nothing threatening or controversial was being considered, I am not disappointed in this turnout." The USU team will use these results, combined with existing code and conversations conversa-tions with the county staff, to prepare suggested permit system policies for use at a workshop in late April. Lodging figures Here are the latest lodging projections reported by the Park City ChamberBureau. The numbers are not cumulative. They represent the people who have reserved re-served accommodations in a Park City lodging facility for each specific day. 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