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Park City Decides to Remain Part of Mountain Accord

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Late last week, Park City officials decided to remain part of the controversial Mountain Accord, a consortium of 20 public and private entities working to develop a plan for the future of the Wasatch Mountains. In order to maintain a presence in Mountain Accord, the Park City Council pledged $300,000 to the efforts over the next three years. One of the most controversial proposals of Mountain Accord is to connect Park City to the Big Cottonwood Canyon via a tunnel. You can read all about the blueprint's specific plans over here, including what exactly Mountain Accord means for the other big plan for the Wasatch, One Wasatch.