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Page A12 Thursday, March 17, 1983 Park City News GOOD KITCHENS DON'T JUST HAPPEN THEY ARE PLANNED Millet's professional kitchen designers plan nationally famous brand name kitchens Millet's K ITC HI Nl k APPLIANCES 1344S0..2100 East SLCUt 84108 FASHION KITCHENS iablnolry Park Meadows Broken Spoke sold out Don't go without it! Just as Deer Valley provided pro-vided a major stimulus to the most recent Park City real estate boom, it appears Park Meadows may spearhead the local recovery that apparently appar-ently is now underway. An 11-lot subdivision, dubbed Broken Spoke, was sold out the first day it was placed on the market, according to Park Meadows Marketing Director Steve Dering. Prices ranged from $110,000 to $150,000. Dering noted that back-up offers were received on most of the lots. "We've always been confident confi-dent that buyers would realize the value and year-round year-round lifestyle afforded by Park Meadows," Dering said. "The great interest shown in Broken Spoke confirms that belief." The crown jewel of the Park Meadows development is the 18-hole golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus. Scheduled to open in mid-June, mid-June, the course will be the longest in the state and, combined with the Park Meadows Racquet Club, constitutes con-stitutes the Park Meadows Country Club. "We believe the course that Jack has designed for us will be one of the most prestigious in the Intermoun-tain Intermoun-tain area," Dering said, "and, eventually will earn a national reputation." The golf course is the obvious reason Broken Spoke was in such great demand it surrounds the subdivision. "There's no doubt this is very special property offered of-fered at very competitive prices," Dering observed. "Broken Spoke is an island within the course and offers spectacular views and extreme ex-treme privacy." He said that sales activity has "accelerated markedly" during the past several weeks. Dering predicted the debut of the Park Meadows Country Coun-try Qub course will benefit the entire town. "The Nicklaus course will add a new dimension to Park City's summers and provide pro-vide another compelling reason rea-son to visit or live here during the warm weather months." NEW SERIES WASATCH SKI TOURING MAPS Showing 6 ski areas and 200 sq. mile back country slopes on a 4 color map. Orthophoto, topo. and oblique panorama photos. MAP 1: Mill Cr., JLower Big Cottonwood Canyons, Park City and ParkWest. MAP 2: Lone i-yirwu vvuuerness, viia, Bngnion. anowoira ana soiituae. -7- Get it from outfitters or Mail Order 1 map, $6.50 (specify 1 or 2), 2 maps, $10.50 Send check to: ALPENTECH, 2871 S. 2870 E., Salt Lake City, Utah 84109 Counselor offers therapy to Park City residents The Park City Prevention Center, in cooperation with the Timpanogos Mental Health Center in Provo, is providing outpatient therapy counseling for the Park City area on Tuesdays and Fridays. The outpatient counselor is Martha Hauser, who has a masters degree in social work and worked at the Timpanogos Center until last September, when she moved into the Park City area. As an outpatient counselor, coun-selor, Hauser counsels individuals in-dividuals on mental problems such as family discords, youth or elderly related problems, and communal com-munal difficulties. Hauser also counsels groups and has educatiopnl workshops. Since she has been here, her schedule has been busy, We Have a Better Deal! ON DEMAND IN STOCK GL 4$i20 Station wagon ES Go in the Snow with 4 wheel drive and front wheel drive! Selection Parts Financing Service Leasing SUBARU of MURRAY 5300 South State, Murray Open Late 262-2661 FOOD FOR THOUGHT SPECIALS TO SKI BY Wrapped &. ready Mountain Snuc $ .79 Gondola Breakfast $2.45 Mountain Picnic $10.00 Park City Village at the Resort, by the hus stop 7:30 a.m. -10 p.m. daily, 649-4746 especially with family-related family-related stresses. "Park City's needs are mostly family, in the sense that a lot of people seem to be experiencing life-change crises, separations, and general family discord," said Hauser. "As far as Park City having more need of therapy than the rest of the county, I haven't noticed that." Hauser covers the Summit and Wasatch Counties area. On Mondays and Thursdays she is in Heber and on Tuesdays and Fridays in Park City. Wednesday she spends at the Timpanogos Center. The idea of an outpatient counselor for the two counties coun-ties stemmed from complaints com-plaints from county residents resi-dents that the Timpanogos Center was not meeting the needs of the area. Hauser feels now that is not the case. She believes the program is working well in Park City because of cooperation wth other age-,. cies. - ' "I work closely with the Prevention Center and Social Services. We have a very good rapport with one another and I think that combined we provide a comprehensive com-prehensive service." Hauser said that patients can usually see her the following day of making an appointment. The cost of the service is on a sliding scale based on income and people in the family. For more information call Hauser at 649-9079. .ft : "1 INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY- golf course condo, 2 bedrooms, 2V2 baths, only $125,000. Walking distance to the Resort, swimming pool, tennis court, the best location in Park City. JEREMY RANCH LOT- Golf course membership included. in-cluded. Overlooks golf course. cour-se. Submit all offers. Helen Taft 649-1084. MOUNTAIN FLORA INTEKIORPLANTCARE FRESHFLOVERS EDDlCS Pledsecall: 8016496910 oipRk w i:ui: (J 64 SAVINGS CONTINUE -13Vi A.P.EL simple interest financing on new Porsches and Audis. Special purchase on 1982 Audi Coupes, as low as $12,950 (stock 47950). : in stock. Check the savings on 1983 Audi 5000 Turbo Diesels: Stock 47390 Special savings Your net cost $19,035 -2,845 $16,190 'You only pay for the money for the time you use it. No prepayment pre-payment penalty. Available to qualified buyer of any new Porsche or Audi for up to 60 months for a limited time only. "7C ' 1 LLUH , , . f . IBBIIalIaaiaiailaaiaaiaIlnaaiallH See your Utah PorscheAudi dealer. In Salt Lake City Dave Strong gSSCHE 1045 South State Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 531 9900 Utah's only exclusive PorscheAudi dealer. Ski conditions The weather picture is an unstable one, according to the National Weather Service in Salt Lake, so hit the slopes as often as you can and when you can the next few days. ., A slow-moving storm is approaching us and should arrive some time Friday afternoon causing snows at the lower elevations and scattered snow above 8,000 feet. The storm should continue through Saturday and possibly into Sunday. Monday should see high clouds, gusting winds of 25-35 mph on the ridges, and cool tern peratures around 35 degrees. Tuesday and Wednesday should mimick Friday and Saturday, as a new storm front moves into the area. As unpredictable as the weather is, the ski resorts are certain that the ski conditions are great. The Park City Ski Area reports 112 inches of snow in the Jupiter Bowl with all lifts and runs opened. ParkWest has a base of 84 inches and 38 of its 40 runs opened. Comanche Coman-che and Dead Man's Gulch are closed, as is the Arrowhead lift. Deer Valley has all lifts and runs opened and a 74-inch base. Legal Mit3e LEGAL NOTICE PARK CITY HOUSING AUTHORITY OFFERING Ten new two bedroom condominium units. $59,000 to $61,000. $3,000 to $5,000 down payment. Initial payments may be as low as $442 below market interest or subsidized sub-sidized payments to qualified low and moderate income buyers. Buyer qualifications are: 1. Must be a resident or employee em-ployee of Park City or the Snyderville Basin. 2. Must not be able to obtain conventional con-ventional market rate financing. 3. Must be an owner occupant. Applications Ap-plications may be obtained ob-tained from Dick Wilde at tained from Dick Wilde, Director of the Park City Housing Authority, at Silver King State Bank, 1650 Park Avenue, telephone 649-8052. Published in the Park City Newspaper March 10 and 17, 1983. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF HEARING Please be advised that a hearing will be held before the City Council of Park City concerning the closure of the platted streets in the Chatham Crossing Subdivision, specifically Paddington Drive, Victoria Circle, t Waterloo ,. Circle, 'WgrtsTreef and Euston Drive, and also a portion of McHenry Avenue on Rossi Hill. The hearing will be held on Thursday, March 31, 1983 before the City Council meeting at approximately ap-proximately 5:00 p.m. in the Memorial Building, Main Street, Park City. The public is invited to comment. com-ment. Jan Scott, Deputy Recorder Published in the Park City Newspaper March 10, 17, 24, and 31, 1983. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the City Council of Park City, Utah, will consider con-sider for adoption, the Supplemental Annexation Policy Declaration prepared in response to a Petition for Annexation of certain unincorporated territory known as Iron Canyon area adjacent to Thaynes Canyon in Park City. A draft of the proposed Supplemental Annexation Policy Declaration and plat is available for review in the office of the City Recorder at City Hall in Park City. The city will hold a public hearing on this matter on March 17, 1983, 5 p.m. at the Memorial Building in Fark City. All protests must be filed with the City Recorder within five days following the public hearing. Area to be annexed contains con-tains 56.18 acres more or less with a legal description descrip-tion as follows: PARCEL A BEGINNING at a point which is West 242.58 feet City; thence along said City limits, West 257.42 feet more or less to a point on the East line of the property conveyed to Park from the South V corner of Section 5, Township 2 South, Range 4 East, Salt Lake Base and Meridian; thence South 60.0 feet to the existing limits of Park City Corporation in Book F of Warranty deeds at page 389; thence North 60.00 feet; to the Northeast corner cor-ner of said property; thence West 820.00 feet more or less to the Northwest North-west corner of Thaynes Canyon No. 3 Subidivision; thence West 1320.00 feet to the Northwest North-west corner of Section 8, Township 2 South, Range 4 East, Salt Lake Base and Meridian; thence North 782.50 feel; therrce North 8850'23" East 395.08 feet; thence North 8919'58" East 395.03 feet; thence South 8850'22" East 1350.28 feet; thence South 222.25 feet; thence East 257.42 feet; thence South 545.80 feet to the point of BEGINNING. Containing 42.13 acres more or less. PARCEL B BEGINNING at the Northwest corner of Thaynes Thay-nes Canyon No. 3 Subdivision, said point being West 1320.00 feet from the South V corner of Section 5, Township 2 South, Range 4 East, Salt Lake Base and Meridian; thence South 600.00 feet; thence West 1020.00 feet; thence North 600.00 feet; thence East 1020.00 feet to the point of BEGINNING. BEGIN-NING. Containing 14.05 acres more or less. M.R.Olson City Recorder Published in the Park City Newspaper February 17, 24 and March 3, 10,17, 1983. (pi SW' Wi'ft misrflut!