The Treasure development partnership hopes to return to its discussions with the Park City Planning Commission late in the fall, more than four years after the talks were put on hold as City Hall leaders and the partnership attempted to reach some sort of conservation deal.
The partnership involves the Sweeney family, which is the historic owner of the Treasure acreage, and a firm called Park City II, LLC. Each has a 50 percent stake in the partnership.
Pat Sweeney, who has represented the family in the discussions with the Planning Commission, said in a message this week there is lots of material to prepare before the Treasure partnership appears again in front of the panel.
He said the Treasure developers are working with the Park City Planning Department and reacquainting themselves with planning-related issues. The Treasure side “will then crystallize its position on these” followed by comments from the Planning Department, Sweeney said.
“Once this process is complete, this package will be presented to the Planning Commission for consideration,” the message said.
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