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Cindy Matsumoto, Council Member  -
Liza Simpson, Council Member  -
Dick Peek, Council Member -

Jack Thomas (First Elected:  January 2014. Current Term: January 2014 to 2018)















Andy Beerman (First Elected:  January 2012. Current Term: January 2012 to 2016)

Andy is a native of Columbus, Ohio, but spent his summers in Northern Michigan developing an early appreciation for the outdoors. He graduated from Miami (of Ohio) University in 1991 with a Bachelor of Philosophy and soon left the Midwest for the mountains of Alaska. There he instructed for the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS)—leading extended trips into the Alaska wilderness. Eventually, Andy set up a permanent basecamp in Utah, and in 1995, moved to Park City to manage White Pine Touring. At White Pine he met his wife and business partner, Thea, while selling her skis. In 1998, Andy & Thea began acquiring and renovating properties within the Treasure Mountain Inn. A decade later they had successfully transformed TMI into a modern and eco-friendly hotel. Andy is a lifelong environmental advocate and was co-recipient of the 2010 Park City Environmental Hero. Until recently, he also served as President of the Historic Park City (Business) Alliance. When not at work, it’s almost certain Andy’s out skiing, biking, climbing, or exploring the surrounding mountains.


Andy bike

Tim Henney (First Elected: January 2014.  Current Term: January 2014 to 2018)

Tim was born in New York City and spent his youth in numerous communities in New Jersey and New York where he developed a deep love of nature and it's recreational opportunities. He graduated from Northwestern Univrsity in 1980 with a degree in Economics, worked on Wall Street for 12 years, moved to Park City in 1992 where he has been engaged in real estate investment and management. He also works on Deer Valley's race hill and is co-host of The Mountain Life community affairs program on KPCW. Tim has two children, Thea (26) who lives in Brattleboro, Vermont and attends the New England Center of Circus Arts and Scott (24) who lives in Brooklyn, New York and works as an intern with a Manhattan Law firm while applying to law school. Both grew up in Park City.  

Since arriving in Park City, Tim has advocated for trails, open space, education and a more walkable community. Tim served for ten years as a member of the original Mountain Trails Foundation Board working to establish and energize the community's trail initiative; served on Citizens Open Space Advisory Committee (COSAC) II and as Vice Chair on COSAC IV; five years on Summit Land Conservancy's Board, as well as five years on the Board of The Colby School.   In his, until recently ample and now much dimiished, free time, Tim enjoys and can often be found hiking, running and biking on our local trails, road biking, alpine and cross country skiing, and competing in many of our local athletic events.



 Tim Henney

Dick Peek (Appointed:  April 2011 to fill Candy Erickson's unexpired term. Current term: January 2012 to 2016.

Dick grew up in San Diego and enjoyed living near and playing in the ocean, sailing, diving, and surfing. After graduating from the University of California at Santa Barbara with a degree in Business Economics, he studied and passed the CPA exam and is now a contractor working in and around Park City.  Dick enjoys the outdoors, having pedaled his bike cross country and moved to Park City to ski in 1981. After a number of years in the restaurant industry, include Deer Valley's premier season, and Peek-a-boo's Restaurant at the base of the Payday chairlift, Dick became a contractor, renovating historic structures. He was invited to serve on the board of the Historical Society after renovations of several historic homes. Public service began with an appointment to the Historic District Commission (now the Historic Preservation Board) followed by Planning Commission before being appointed to City Council to complete the term of the late Candy Erickson.  Dick ran for a full Council term in the fall of 2011 and was elected to a four year term by the voters of Park City. He enjoys carving and powder, biking and hiking, full moons, nice sunsets and the Milky Way on a crisp night.  



 Dick Peek



Cindy Matsumoto (First Elected: January 2010.  Current term: January 2010 to 2014)

 Cindy grew up in Michigan in a family who loved skiing. After graduating from Wittenberg University, she moved out West and spent some time in Aspen as a ski bum. In 1974 she married Allen and moved around the Country with their three daughters. Their love of the mountains eventually brought them to Park City in 1992 which seemed like an ideal place to raise a family and to start a business.

Cindy had always enjoyed rummaging around antique shops when she lived back East and “Right At Home” allows her to rummage around at work! She enjoys conversations with customers about snow, gardening, bird-watching and the goings-on of city government. Cindy has also worked in Utah as a Special Education Teacher and received her Master’s Degree from Slippery Rock University.



Cindy Matsumoto

Liza Simpson (First Elected: January 2008. Current Term: January 2012 to 2016)

Liza came to Park City in 1989 after living in St George, Utah and Sun Valley, Idaho. Originally from Berkeley, California, she moved to Park City to work for Mrs. Fields Cookies. Her first day at work was Arts Festival Weekend and she sold Robert Redford a brownie! She went from Mrs. Fields to the lodging industry, as part of the management team at the Old Miners' Lodge Bed and Breakfast until 2004. She has worked on Main Street, managing Java Cow Cafe, and currently for Dolly's Bookstore. She and her husband Chris Wickland were married in City Park. They enjoy the trails both winter and summer with their two Welsh Corgis. Liza has volunteered for Park City Park Hosts, Planned Parenthood, during the Olympics for the City and VIS, Riding for the Range, Latino outreach, Peace House and served on the Recreation Advisory Board from 2003 until 2008.


Liza Simpson

Last updated: 8/17/2015 2:23:55 PM