10 Nov Meeting Minutes, October 5, 2016
Trustees Present: Teddy Anderson, Mike Bagley, Sally Barraclough, Amy Barry, Laurie Bray, Deborah Henry, Sue Ann Jones, Benny Keele, Joedy Lister, Eric McGill, Larry Migliaccio, David Mulder, Judi Short, Rawlins Young, Bryce Williams,
Trustees Excused: Landon Clark, Tina Escobar-Taft, Lucy Hawes, Topher Horman, Michael G. Kavanagh, Steve Kirkegaard, Maggie Shaw, Jason Smurthwaite
Trustees Unexcused: Susan Koelliker,
Meeting called to order at 7:00 PM by Amy Barry, SHCC Chair
Election called to order at 7:05 PM and open for 1 hour.
Approval of the Minutes: Motion made by Bryce Williams, Seconded by Mike Bagley. Minutes approved unanimously..
-$5,123.18 in the bank.
-$785 paid for the SHCC coasters for the fundraiser
-Amy noted the storage unit fee will go up $3-$4 a month.
$1,500 has been set aside from the Love Utah, Give Utah fundraiser for holiday decorations.
Public Safety Report
-Detective Josh Schmidt
– Bike patrol has been present in Fairmont Park. Have been checking the restrooms.
– Recent suspicious pressure cooker at Sugar House BBQ. Was detonated and no evidence or explosives found. Concern was around pressure cookers being used to house explosives more recently.
-Google Fiber, Jacob Bruce
-Google Fiber is moving into the Sugar House area.
-Service of Google Fiber will start in the south area of Sugar House (South of I-80)
-North area will come on board later in the winter.
– If there are concerns about utility work being done, residents can contact 1-877-454-6959 to report behavior of contractors.
27th Street Cottage, Adam Nash- 868 E. 2700 S.
-Large building that has been abandoned and vacant for a number of years and being used illegally.
-Wants to zone to an R1-5 zoning code, currently an R1-7.
-Will be 4 single family residences and a 5th being refurbished.
-Time to start construction would be end of the year, but councilwoman Lisa Adams said it could take several months to get on the City Council agenda.
-A neighbor of the project site said he was very grateful for what the developer is doing that area and believes it will reduce the crominal activity at the current structure.
Election closed at 8:05 PM
Cottage Courts, Adam Nash : Redevelopment of 3073-3129 S 900 E
-Project is almost 2 acres
-Goal is to make the projects modern and not obsolete.
-Previous property tested positive for meth and also had been burned down. There were also needles found at the site.
-Homes expected to sell in the $375,000 range.
Land Use and Zoning
-Working to get New Crisp up and running. Owner is trying to get help from the RDA.
-Hoping to getting sign up and going by the end of the year.
SHCC Election Results
Secretary- Sally Baraclough
Treasurer- Larry Migliaccio
Vice Chairs: Amy Barry, Bryce Williams, Judi Short
Chair: Landon Clark
Spotlight on Business: Natural Grociers
-Located at 1033 E. 2100 S.
-Family owned business
-Focused on quality of ingredients, nutritonal education, affordable prices, commitment to community, and commitment to employees.
– Employees get benefits at 30 hours a week. Base wage starts $10.50 an hour and also get $1 hour for every hour they work in store credit.
-Prices comparable to stores such as Smiths.
City Updates: Lisa Adams, District 7
-Lisa talked about the recent Operation Diversion around 500 W to address the drug use and selling of drugs. People given the options to seek treatment or go to jail. Many of those chose treatment while some did not.
-The city council is working with the mayor to address some of the temporary issues of homelessness especially with the colder months coming up.
Mayors Liaison Update: Hildegard Koenig
-40 individuals from operation diversion choose treatment, 2 went to the hospital, and 10 will be prosecuted.
-Mayor an City Council evaluating the locations for services for people experiencing homelessness.
-You can request a leaf bin on a first come basis.
Library Updates: Cherie Kofoed
Thursday October 27th from 6-7 is the Coffee and Chocolate event.