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City planner

William Charles Ligety, American city planner. Grantee, Kellogg Corporation, Philadelphia, 1976. Member of Utah Sailing Association (board directors 1974-1976), American Institute Certified Planners, National Trust Historic Preservation, American Planning Association, Bear Lake Yacht.

Background

Ligety, William Charles was born on April 20, 1948 in Hartford, Connecticut, United States. Son of Elmar F. and Elizabeth Louise (Wegner) Ligety.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Sociology, University Utah, 1971. Master of Arts in Geography and Planning, University Utah, 1974.

Career

Ski instructor Alta Ski School, Utah, 1967—1971. Planner Salt Lake City Corporation, 1975—1977, Planning and Research Associates, Salt Lake City, 1979. Resource adviser Community Based Education Experience, 1976—1977.

Self-employed restoration specialist, 1978—1979. Planning director Park City Municipal Corporation, 1979—1986. Adjunct professor University Utah, Salt Lake City, 1980.

Realtor Gump and Ayers Real Estate Inc., Park City, since 1986. Board directors Utah Heritage Foundation, Salt Lake City, since 1980. Trustee Park City History Society, Silver Springs Homeowners Association.

Membership

Member of Utah Sailing Association (board directors 1974-1976), American Institute Certified Planners, National Trust Historic Preservation, American Planning Association, Bear Lake Yacht.

Connections

Married Cynthia M. Sharp, May 22, 1976.

father:
Elmar F. Ligety

mother:
Elizabeth Louise (Wegner) Ligety

spouse:
Cynthia M. Sharp