PEG will not meet with Park City Planning Commission in April

PARK CITY, Utah — According to Park City Planning emails shared with TownLift, the PEG Companies’ proposal for the base of Park City Mountain will not be on any of the April Park City Planning Commission agendas.

March 30 was the deadline for the developer to submit documents for a meeting this month, and city planning staff did not receive anything from PEG or Park City Mountain-owner Vail Resorts.

A public hearing about the project scheduled for March 23 was delayed earlier this year at the request of the developer.

The two parties intend to submit a joint letter to the planning commission explaining what they are working on, which will be shared in the agenda of the April 11 meeting “assuming they do in fact submit a letter in time for the packet.”

“It would seem whatever PEG comes back with is likely to have some pretty significant changes,” said Deb Rentfrow, co-founder of the Responsible Resort Area Development Coalition (RRAD), a group that has been extremely critical of the project.

In an interview with TownLift in late February, PEG President Robert Schmidt said a vote could come at the earliest in May.

“This is a large project, and it takes time to go through a large and complicated project,” Schmidt said at the time.

PEG expects a vote on Park City Mountain base at the earliest in May

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