SHCC Meeting Minutes

Meeting Minutes August 7, 2019

Trustees Present: Mike Bagley, Laurie Bray, Jeremy Chatterton, Landon Clark, Sue Ann Jones, Steve Kirkegaard, Susan Koelliker, Will Kocher, Dayna McKee, Judi Short, Shane Stroud, George Sumner, Meggi Trioli, Levi Thatcher, Adam Weinacker, Erika Wiggins.

Trustees Excused: Sally Barraclough, Mary Clark, Rich Knickerbocker, Larry Migliaccio, Sue Watson, Rawlins Young.

Trustees Unexcused: Andrew Dale, Benny Keele, Benjamin Sessions, Chris Sveiven.

The meeting was called to order at 7:10 pm by Landon Clark, Chair SHCC. A motion to approve last month’s minutes was made by Will Kocher and a 2nd by Jeremey Chatterton motion and approved.

CHAIR ANNOUNCEMENTS:  LANDON CLARK

  • Welcomed everyone and thanked everyone who attended Night Out Against Crime. SHCC plans to support SLCPD with this event every year.
  • Reminder to vote…Ballots are due by August 13th.
  • Thanked Legacy Village for hosting us and Lynne for the treats.
  • Noted a change to the agenda Mark Isaac postponed to next month.

Secretary Report-Erika Wiggins

Reminder for trustees to sign in.

Treasurer Report-Mike Bagley

  • US Bank Account $7153.67
  • Pay Pal $3057.63

Donations from Backyard Bash in Pay Pal, Night Out expenses, thank you for donations, much of the events are paid by ACE grants

 

Community Announcements

 

Salt Lake City Ombudsman – Bill Knowles  

  • Things are quiet at Boulder Ventures project is because owner has fired Accent Construction and brought in Big D to take over the project. They are doing research before giving revised completion date. It is currently 75-80% done. This puts a hold on the McClelland St improvements. All commitments will be honored.
  • Lowe Properties are starting their project the Dixon Place Building 66-unit project in the next two to three weeks. Sugar Alley timing is still unknown.
  • Wilmington gas line work is on the last stage of work. All should be wrapped up by end of summer.
  • Hawk Light installations – not done yet but should be done by the end of August. Delay is caused delayed parts coming out of the mid-west (flooding).
  • Wilmington crossing has been fixed. Three other small projects are ongoing – pedestrian lights on 1000E, Lincoln, and Douglas.

Salt Lake City Transportation Engineer – Jena Carver

2000 East Reconstruction from Parley’s Canyon Boulevard to SLC/Millcreek border.

  • New road surface
  • Irrigation ditch piped – curb, gutter, and sidewalk installed
  • Damaged and non-ADA compliant curb, gutter, and sidewalk replaced

Parts are still undecided – taking public input via survey. One is a wide multi-use path through the “gully.” Another is the Parley’s Canyon Blvd. Intersection.

Post cards were mailed to residents within ¼ mile. Survey closes on August 16th, 2019. The survey can be found at www.Slc.gov/mystreet or email comments to 2000east@slcgov.com.

Construction would begin in early spring and would have to stop in October due to cold temperatures.

Opened floor to questions from the public. Much concern about the safety of the “gully” crosswalks because they are blind and people have almost been hit.

Sprague Library Construction Update – Cherie Kofoed

Work has started concrete including demo on lower level, children’s area, and conference room.

Committee Reports

 

Arts and Culture committee – Meggie Troili

Sugar House Backyard Bash happening on August 31st.

Artist spots remaining. Looking for more donations. Lot’s of activities, food trucks, and a beer garden.

Laurie Bray – Historical Booth at Bash. Passed around sheet asking for “Impactful Sugar House Memory” that will be displayed.

District 7 City Council – Amy Fowler

In the midst of the CIP budget. The vote is August 20th, 2019. Tentatively the McClelland Trail and Hidden Hollow will be fully funded. Spoke about the comments the city has been getting about homelessness. Traffic calming measures will be funded in Nimbly Park area.

1100E project 2100S to the north road work will be funded once 1300E is mostly complete. The community initially asked that it be delayed to avoid too much traffic disruption.

Asked that property owners who’s property is split by Salt Lake City and Millcreek speak up as to which city they prefer to join.

Traffic will be restricted in the downtown area during the U.N. Conference due to security.

Community Liaison District 7 – Josh Rebollo

UN Conference at end of month Aug 26-28th, still need a lot of volunteers. Go to SLC website. August 11th, UTA routes change, there will be increased service on some routes, funded by Fund Our Futures. Public Services is looking to hire more crossing guards than in the past.

Meeting Adjourned – 9:51

 

 

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