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Wed/Thurs/Fri, April 4-6, 2018 The Park Record County Seat Is now a branch office A-3 COUNTY EDITOR: ANGELIQUE McNAUGHTON 649–9014 EXT. 112 | Countynews@parkrecord.com New chapter for Kamas library PUTTING OUR LENDING EXPERIENCE TO WORK FOR YOU! JOIN OUR BERRETT FORMERLY MORTGAGE JOIN OUR TEAM! TEAM! FULL SERVICE MORTAGE BROKER SINCE 1986 SINCE 1986 Is now a branch office xfutah.com NOW HIRING Park City LOAN OFFICERS 435.649.3497 NOW HIRING 1670 Bonanza Drive #205 JOIN OUR COURTESY OF SUMMIT COUNTY Summit County announced the opening on Monday of the South Summit Services Building in Kamas. The facility houses the Kamas Branch of the Summit County Library, as well as offices for the Department of Motor Vehicles, Health Department and Valley Behavioral Health. The building was originally expected to be complete in October, but construction significantly fell behind schedule. Dean Berrett 31 Years Dean Berrett 33 Years Roads curb permit process The Park Record When Michelle Hammond purchased property in the Garff Ranches neighborhood about a year ago, she went to great lengths to ensure she would be able to build her dream home there. Hammond said she repeatedly approached Summit County’s engineering and building departments to understand the history of the neighborhood, located in South Summit off of S.R. 248, and what she would need to do to obtain a building permit. “I wanted to make sure I was doing my due diligence before I even bought it,” she said. It wasn’t until Hammond was denied a grading permit that she realized there would be a problem moving forward with her building plans. Hammond said she was told the roads in the neighborhood were never recorded with the county and would have to be upgraded to improve access ing to information provided by Helen Strachan, deputy county attorney. Approximately 65 40-acre parcels, known as Phase 1, were created with graded roads throughout the area for access, a report states. But, Phase 1 was never a recorded subdivision because it was created prior to both state and county laws that require the subdivision of property. “On June 2, 1992, the County adopted Ordinance 199, requiring that all subdivisions of land, other than those to be used solely for agricultural purposes, to be reviewed by Summit County planning staff and approved by the Planning Commission and then Board of County Commissioners,” the report states. “Around the same time, in 1992, Garff Rogers divided approximately 65 40-acre parcels. This was called Garff Ranch, Phase 2. Garff Rogers was allegedly unaware of the adoption of Ordinance 199. It was the county’s position that this area should have gone through the subdivision process.” Summit County Engineer Mike Kendall said the county is not refusing or temporarily suspending the issuance of building permits. 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HANDY HANDS EMPLOYMENT TRAINING (649)2260 | Christian Center 1100 Iron Horse Dr., Park City | www.handyhands.org LDS ADDICTION RECOVERY PROGRAM 2300 Monitor Drive - in small building just east of the LDS Church | email@example.com LDS ADDICTION RECOVERY MEETING IN KAMAS Thursdays 7:00 p.m Francis Ward House 387 W. Last Frontier Lane, Francis Contact Sherm at 801-598-9517 for more info. MAN TO MAN PROSTATE CANCER EDUCATION AND SUPPORT (801)483-1500 | (800)234-0533 NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS (NA) 8pm Sunday, Monday, & Wednesdays St. Lawrence Church center St & 100 W, Heber City | (435)2004814 | https://sasquatcharena.org | bigfootareana@ gmail.com 6pm Tuesdays. St. Luke’s Episcopal Church - 4595 Silver Springs Rd. Park City 8pm Tuesdays & Thursdays at Worship Center, 1400 North Hwy 40 Heber City 6:30pm Thursdays at 85 North Main Street, Kamas 7pm Fridays at St. Lawrence Church Center St & 100 West, Heber City. 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ANGELIQUE MCNAUGHTON for herself and other landowners before she could build her home. “In the course of this, there was nothing from Summit County or the title company that would ever indicate that there would be a problem building a home,” she said. “All of these different things did not come out until after I had bought the property.” Hammond was one of several dozen landowners who met with county staffers last month to try and understand what they would need to do to continue building in the area. Nearly 20 homes and two cabins have already been built. Tom Foster, who has owned property at Garff Ranches for 23 years, said he understands the county’s issue with the roads, adding “I can see the concerns with fire protection and wanting to make more money on property values.” “But, on the other side I think we have a mutual problem,” he said. “The county and landowners need to get together and be honest about what to do about those properties.” Garff Rogers Ranch, LLC, created Garff Ranches in the early 1990s with 126 parcels ranging between 40 and 62 acres, accord- NOW HIRING © 2018 Rocky Mountain Power Landowners, county trying to come up with a solution TEAM! Heber City LOAN OFFICERS How can we help your business? Learn how at wattsmart.com.