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Shopko Block Update: The Westport Capital project “ShopkoBlock”is going to the planning commission on June28th. The city has conducted two open houses and the developer has attended the Sugar House Community Council and Land Use and Zoning meetings numerous times. The time has come to get your comments in or forever hold...

By the end of June 2017, the Bonneville Shoreline Trail at Grandeur Peak Trailhead will be connected to Sugar House Park on a dedicated hard surface trail. We will have Colin Quinn-Hearst at the meeting in May to talk about the Parley’s Trail connection through...

7:00 PM Welcome-Chair 7:05 PM Approve Minutes Secretary Report Treasurer Report 7:10 PM Committee Reports Trails and Open Spaces Land Use and Zoning Transportation Community Outreach 7:20 PM Community Announcements Fire Station #3 Public Safety Report-Det. Ashdown 7:30 PM Peter Bromberg-Library Director Library Budget Update 7:40 PM Westport Capital Shopko Block Update 8:10 PM Julianne Sabula/Colin Quinn-Hearst SLC Transportation/Trails 8:40 PM Spot Light on Business Legacy Village 1212 East Wilmington Ave David Moeai-Executive...

Now that the weather is turning, I thought an update on the Parley’s Trail would be pertinent.   The section from 2500 East to 1700 East is due to be completed by the end of June.  This includes the tunnel and bridges.  Awesome riding, running and...

7:00 PM Welcome - Chair 7:05 PM Approve Minutes Secretary Report Treasurer Report Trustee Updates 7:15 PM Community Announcements Fire Station #3 Public Safety Report-Det. Ashdown 7:20 PM Public Comments or Questions PRESENTATIONS 7:30 PM Bill Knowles-Community Ombudsman SH constuction update 7:40 PM Westport Capital update by Mark Isaac "Shopko Block" update 8:00 PM Salt Lake Parks and Public Lands Kendal Scott-Outreach Intern Update on Summer camps and...

Salt Lake City Corporation has pulled the proposed Homeless Resource Center at 653 Simpson Avenue from its list of future sites.  There is much relief about that.  At our SHCC Land Use and Zoning Committee meeting February 13, we talked at length about the conditions that should be placed on such a use, as part of the city’s request for approving this as a “conditional use”.  Many in the community provided very good comments, and those will be forwarded to the city shortly, along with my letter highlighting what I see as the biggest issues.  We still need to do this, because this will be part of a city wide ordinance, we want these to function well in our city, no matter where they are built.

7:00 PM Welcome-chair 7:05 PM Approve minutes Secretary report New trustees Treasurer report Committee announcements Love Utah, Give Utah Fundraiser 7:15 PM Community announcements    Fire station #3    Public Safety Report-Det Ashdown 7:25 PM Questions from the public (items not on the agenda) PRESENTATIONS 7:35 PM Salt Lake Marathon Kira Wachter-Community Outreach Director 7:40 PM Shopko Update 7:55 PM Bill Knowles-Community Ombudsman 8:15 PM Impact Fees Discussion Mike Akerlow...

Chair Report for March 1st, 2017 Resource Centers After talking to the City Council, city staff and county staff it sounds like we are in a three-week holding pattern on the homeless resource centers.  The legislative session ends on March 9th so we hope to have more...

At the December 9 meeting of the Land Use and Zoning Committee, we reviewed the 21 and 21 Small Area Plan.  Those in attendance were Anthony Wright Travis Hopkins, Will Kocher, Susan Koelliker, Josalyn Bates, George Chapman, Lucy Haws, Sue Ann Jones, Sheila O’Driscoll, Milton Brazelton, Patsy McNamara, Soren Simonson, Joedy Lister, Judi Short, Lynn Schwarz, Sally Barraclough, Lisa Adams, Jason Smurthwaite, John Anderson.

On December 13, the City Council rezoned the parcel at 3120 Richmond Drive to RMU-45.  The property owner doesn’t yet know what he wants to do with the parcel. On January 25 meeting the Salt Lake City Planning Commission took the following actions: Harmons Brickyard Fuel Center...