Hideout is paying Summit County $130,000 in legal fees

Summit County is closing the door on part of its litigation with neighboring city Hideout. And that means Hideout makes a six-figure payment.

(KPCW) Hideout City Hall.

Last week, Summit County and Hideout reached a settlement on portions of the case known as Hideout #1. This was the first legal challenge Summit County filed against Hideout in 2020 after the city voted to incorporate Summit County land into its boundaries without the county’s permission for development.

According to a document obtained through a public filing request, four people signed a settlement agreement on July 7: Summit County Attorney Margaret Olson, Summit County Manager Tom Fisher, Hideout Mayor Philip Rubin, and the Hideout’s attorney, Robert Mansfield.

The agreement states that Hideout will pay Summit County $130,000 within 30 days. Fisher said the money was a reimbursement for some expenses incurred by the Summit County Attorney’s office in handling this lawsuit.

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This article is published by the Utah News Collaborative, a partnership of Utah news organizations aiming to educate readers across the state.

https://www.sltrib.com/news/2022/07/13/hideout-pay-summit-county-legal/ Hideout is paying Summit County $130,000 in legal fees

Justin Scacco

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