Agenda for CHNC Meeting on Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council Meeting
April 17, 2013
6:30 PM

AGENDA

  • Welcome – Richard Starley, Chair – 10 minutes
    • Announcements
    • Introductions
  • Reports – 30 minutes
    • Fire Department – Fire Station #2
    • Police Department – Det. Charli Goodman
    • Elected Officials – City Council, State Rep. & Senator (if attending)
    • Mayor’s Office – Joyce Valdez
    • Mobile Watch – Georg Stutzenberger & Robert King
    • Development:  New condos 735 N. 300 W. – Nathan Anderson
  • West HS’s Comcast Cares Day – Saturday, April 27, 2013 – 10 minutes
    • Volunteers Needed – Kimberly Burkart
  • Neighborhood Reports & Updates – 10 minutes
    • Traffic Committee – Laura Arellano
    • Neighborhood Meetings – Michael Measom & Steve Haycock
  • Discussion On Important Issues – 25 minutes
    • Residents: Elderly, Families & Children
    • Annual Fund-raising Event
    • Clean-up Projects
  • Other Business/ Q/A – 5 minutes
    • Adjourn

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Next Council Meeting – Wednesday, May 15, 2013, 6:30 PM – Copper Room

Next Trustee Meeting – Monday, May 6, 2013, 6:30 PM – Place TBA

Comments 2

  1. This electronic newsletter/email is terrific. Thank you. I would like to come Wednesday evening but have another important engagement. There are several agenda items that interest me, most especially the neighborhood meetings. What are these?

    1. Hi Doug:

      As part of my chairmanship of the Council for 2013, I’ve initiated a series of neighborhood-specific meetings. I hope that these meetings will serve several purposes for the Council:

      · Increase participation in, and understanding of, the Council and its work on behalf of the nine neighborhoods that make up Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council,

      · Provide a ground level source of information on what each neighborhood feels are its issues and concerns, and

      · Provide new leadership for the Council as we move into the coming years by increasing the role of residents in committees and other Council activities.

      To date, we’ve had two neighborhood meetings: Capitol & Ensign neighborhoods. I’m working with other trustees to establish dates/times/places for the other neighborhoods. I hope to have this process completed by end of Summer 2013.

      I hope this information helps. If there’s anything else I can answer for you, please ask. THANKS!

      Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council

      Richard Starley, Chair

      801-355-7559 / 801-580-0350
      rstarley@xmission.com

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