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OverviewIn this Sunday Edition we will take a closer look at a new series of ideas here in Utah that could help employers and employees.
Plus a man we respect and admire has received a Silver Circle Emmy award. John Hollenhorst shares favorite moments from his celebrated career.
And pay up or lights out. Doug Wright weighs in on a Salt Lake City proposal to charge a street lamp fee all in this Sunday Edition.
A lot of businesses are trying to figure out what health benefit packages they will be able to offer to employees for the next year.
The Salt Lake Chamber has introduced a new series of ideas that could make a difference for employers and employees. The toolbox is available online and we've provided a link on KSL.com. Rich McKeown and Steve Neeleman, founder and CEO, HealthEquity joined Richard Piatt to explain how it works.
Our own John Hollenhorst was recently inducted into the Emmy Silver Circle. He received the award at the Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter Emmy Awards held in Phoenix, Arizona. The honor recognizes exceptional work by individuals who have served in the industry for at least 25 years. John began his career at KSL in 1976 answering telephones but quickly became a reporter. He has covered some of the biggest stories in Utah with professionalism and integrity. And even after spending decades in the business, it is obvious he still loves to tell a good story. John shared some of his most memorable TV moments with Richard Piatt.
Homeowners may soon have to pay to keep their street lights burning. Salt Lake City is proposing a street lamp fee. Doug Wright offers his opinion on whether it's a bright idea.