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Wednesday, November 19, 1975 Pago’3 Complex Duplex Perplexes Board ' Chamber Of Commerce TIETIIUESTIIIYIFAMANYIM‘LLALWAYS Rm HE BECAMEALEIIYMLIEVEII MT... Plans Ambitious Christmas Party . 2%i Fll‘St . The Park City Chamber of ommerc ‘ e is currently embarking on an ambitious Prhgram to make this ch..' tmas a trul memorabl Meeting 1 Occasi on. y e ‘John Price and Amanda ﬁterson (who have been The first meeting 0f . . school community group W ' held Tuesday, Nov. 11 elliployed by the Chamber) Armstrong, When they retu rn home as Mrs. Rick Williams; Fac. W Welt as a spirit of enjoyment Members; Mrs. Jang'gggi primary, Mr. Bud e t: ltilting their stay” and “to John Elwell and School mtg: make Park City proud of than community in- President Mrs. Violet Teﬂi volvement by easing the upper grades; Principal MT The most perplexing, if not the most interesting, problem the school board faced at their Tuesday night, Nov. 11, meeting had nothing to do with education. It had to do with deciding who should rent the duplex owned by the school district. Family The dilemma developed when two parties determinedly presented their reasons for being allowed to move into the one vacancy. The party of Mr. and Mrs. Kim Jensen, 116 Park Ave., argued that as Park City residents for three years with one child and possibly more in the future, they should be given consideration as the kind of family that plans to make a contribution to the community for many years to come. They added that the $125 a month rent for the three bedroom school district duplex would be very helpful to a growing Park City family. Kim Jensen countered the teachers argument by reiterating that given Park City’s high cost of living, if he hoped to enlarge his family the $125 a month rental was essential. When the board appeared unmoved by this line of thought he stated, with some frustration, that the teachers wouldn’t be in Park City for very long anyway. The pedegogue’s quickly rebutted this assertion by saying if children were the criteria for renting the duplex they could arrange to have some and that they planned to be around for quite some time since they are not considering marrying any men that are not from Park City. Vote When the debate was finished, the board reluctantly agreed that a vote was needed. The result was a 3 to 2 vote in favor of the school teachers, with Jack Green, Violet Terry and Ron Hannay voting in their favor, while Faye Dearden and Gary Boyle voted for the Jensens. Group The other party comprised of four Park City school teachers: Christine Sproul. available to the public at the School Board office. Minutes When the minutes of last months meeting were read Gary Boyle moved that the statement reading “a large percentage of Park City students had enrolled in Salt Lake schools" be strticken from the record. His reasoning was that a “large percentage" was open to the imagination while, in fact, 20 in goals of the group. Ellie dwners and employees primary areas will,;. hppes that they too will be covered. They are: 1) to 1.; ‘1 alile to enjoy the ‘season’ and Sheril Pickett, a kin- her excellent service to Park City. Claus, Mrs. Peterson emphasized , the Chamber’s desire to . , receive input from the ,_ community concerning the ' Christmas programs. Ideas, volunteer help and group participation are all needed. Mrs. Peterson and Mr. ' Price now have a working office at the TMI donated by Mr. Bill Shorter. If you are interested in helping, visit this office or call Mrs. Peterson at 649-8365, Mr. Price at 649-8575, Smitty Smit at 649—8284 or the Chamber’s The grea st wildlife and chase story in the history of the North! STARRiNG MIKE MAZUIIKI a; "lance and JIMMY KANE as 'Old Tracks” Ream tyD|CK Milli Diletletl by Ill UARNUI APACHE INTERNAIDNA‘. tNltRPRlStS, I“: RELEASE ' mm mm 1 DAY ONLY - THURS. NOV. 20 SILVER WHEEL uus., Park CITY .SORRYNO smsgdlfa,s5,77,‘gq;ﬁn, PASSES NOW OPEN FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 649-8393 Adjacent to the Golf Course on lower Park‘Avenue parents, 5) to assist in fill ‘New decorations purchased ‘ ii this season will adorn Main The program is an atte 1 Street and merchants will be encouraged to spruce up their making process in the sell _ sliops. system to members of .4 r‘ 1The decorating efforts will community wishing to , ticipate. A proposal has be? lie climaxed by a “lights on" made that each month? liarty in front of the Memorial ltuilding the first week in different area of curricul' will be evaluated and? December. presentation will be ,,;:,;e ,, Caroling in both the covering the materials . dewntown and resort areas at Marsac as compal‘e'd'ilrlJ will take place the second and new methods being usedhn third weeks of December other systems, followed‘l) " along with gift wrapping activities and children’s open discussion. ‘ Qhristmas movies. A group training progr THANKSGIVING DINNER 2:00 P.M. TIL 10:30 P.M. MENU ADULTS $5.50 CHILDREN UNDER I2 'Dec. 22 has been chosen as presented by Mr. Carl J of the Utah State Boar til the day on which all the ristmas activities will Education, will be held it” p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 19 culminate. Choice of soup du iour or mixed green salad Roast turkey with cranberry sauce savory chestnut dressing Roast Turkey with Cranberry Sauce Savory Chestnut Dressing Giblet Gravy Choice of Whipped Potatoes or Candied Yams Pumpkin Pie with Whipped Cream three of them'were presently paying $350 a month for a two bedroom apartment that was as uncomfortable as it was expensive. The teachers went on to make it clear that, although ,they hoped to continue to teach in Park City, they didn’t feel it would be possible unless they found a more suitable living arrangement. .;:i.loél’lqjluiy.z whitewash: ot‘l '? the meeting inc ude 1' s t e ' State Board n Convention being held in Salt Lake City on Dec. 2 and 3. He Storey, a Certified Public suggested, consequently, that Accounting firm from Ogden. The findings of the audit the Park City board meeting happily showed that the be rescheduled from Dec. 2 to school district’s total assets _ Dec. 9, and that it be held in of $1,357,113 equaled exactly the high school library. The suggestion Was accepted and its total liabilities. An itemized copy of the the meeting was brought to a audit is on record and close at 10:45 pm. audit of the Park City school district, presented by Karl S. .“"‘:.\3‘ . “somehowt " County Planning (Continued From Page 1) over development alter- f; natives for areas adjacent to ,Park City. George Scott of the Mountainlands Association of " ‘ Governments noted that some Utah cities have projected urban growth boundary lines and that their parent counties have agreed to cooperate with the cities in supervising the development of areas included within these boundaries. Commissioner Flinders observed that Summit County would be willing to work in this direction but Park City Councilwoman Mary Lehmer » On Thursday, November 27th, The Eating Establishment, will be serving a late breakfast as well as a Thanksgiving Reposi.’ The dinner will be mainly for those that do not have their own people to be with on the traditional family celebration. The Dinner will consist of individual servings of baked Cornish Game Hens with all the trimmings. A rich red wine and, stimulating champagne will accompany the meal to get us all in a festive mood. Seating capacity is limited. Only 75 seats are available andD only 75 seats will be sold. When these seats are filled the doors will be closed and locked. noted that the Treasure Hills subdivision was approved by the county planning com mission without consulting Gary Boyle, Violet Terry, Faye Dearden and Dr. Goodworth Park City authorities. ‘ Transportation Contract (Continued From Page 1) the separate loop system was the most efficient means of transporting the maximum number of people to the most likely destination, namely the Resort, and that the object of the no-fare system was to provide a service to the passenger and not to generate traffic for Main Street, Mrs. Willard failed to agree. ‘ She said it was the purpose of the system to generate tourist traffic fOr Main Street because “we're the pe0ple who are paying for it.” It was then pointed out that .the majority of the system’s cost would be borne by business entities located at the north end of the citv. Councilman Jan Wilking observed that Main Street merchants were “probably getting more than their money’s worth out of the system.” Mrs. Willard then questioned the need for using the system to transport local employees, suggesting that it should be tailored exclusively for the tourist. She then compared Park City to the ski resort of Cortina, Italy, where many of the visitors never ski, she said. Shelter Dolly Crooks noted the need for a shelter at the Resort to protect waiting passengers from the elements. Mrs. Crooks remarked she overheard many complaints last season from disgruntled passengers who had been buffeted by severe winds and cold. The recommendation for a shelter met with general acceptance and Don Burgin assumed responsibility for investigating different possibilities. Change One point which was emphasized throughout the meeting was that the routing and scheduling of the no-fare system is subject to change Phone 649-937I City Hall office at 649—8899. Marsac Elementary Sc ' All meetings .are, open Jlx; // , store. _~.Plans call for Christmas to investigate and stlldg} trees to be placed at the educational issues, 4)}? Resort Center and in front of devise ways to involve TE the Memorial Building. to Open up the decliillﬁ'?‘ dergarten teacher, was read to the board by Superin— tendent Goodworth. Mrs. Pickett is leaving so she can be with her husband who is pursuing his doctorate at the University of Indiana. The board moved to accept her resignation and requested that Dr. Goodworth send her a letter of appreciation for Santa VISItOI‘S of Park City.” which equates to 3 percent. A letter of resignation by of singing performances, refreshments, theatrical performances and a dance are some of the treats in in solving school commulit, ‘ Qtoject that enjoyment to the problems, ?) open and cla .‘ communication channels; provingthe school. Arleneﬁtlcgenert. Mario.“ Martin, and Allennglyen(S The purpose of the Mg; Pressure of the Christmas meeting was ”to establish the Season for the business students out of 587 have enrolled in Salt Lake schools, Resignation . arrival are working with the Marsac Elementary Sch”; Chamber and othe rs “to The committee, composed‘v'gf: Create a unique Park City seven people, was selected“.'' 0lll'istmas atmosphere which with the help of the Still. help to inrease Members areszarents: _. .' sm by providing visitors Pat Wagner, Mrs. Suzaﬂljg With ‘somethi ng to talk about’ presid’etlly PTSA OBJECT 0F DISPUTE The festivities will commence at 3 pm. and continue until the wee hours of the morning. Caroling, the HOURS: Breakfast - Open to all - 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM " / flexibility built in.” The transportation comj mittee said it would solicit input from persons using the system after it begins, operation (scheduled for the Thanksgiving holiday periodt and would revise the system as needed. Radios It was decided that fou'r. ’ f buses would be equipped wi 1,, citizens band radios till": coordinate the service in aw" efficient manner. Each radio, a: will cost $169. The city will also pay $840 . to have the buses painted and . after its implementation. lettered. “1 don’t think it is a finalized system," Wilking said, “there’s a lot of stereo tape deck systems if: '. T \ L The possibility of installing» ' also being explored. THANKSGIVING DINNER: ed entry Doors open at I :30 PM ticket holders will be allow . ining Rema PM. 2:00 at close first, all others must wait. Doors PM. Doors Will be seats will be sold from 2:00 PM to 2:15 . closed when all seats are sold Dinner service will begin at 2:30 PM. .