CHNC August 15 Council Meeting

This meeting’s focus: Addressing the Hillside Camp in our neighborhood The Homeless Hillside Campsite impacts the health and safety of the local homeless population, the environment, and of our neighborhood. Please come! Join your neighbors and hear what’s happening in our community! This meeting will give us a chance to hear from people working with the homeless community and people addressing campsite issues. Wed …

August Events & Notices

Fire Blazed A huge blaze raged up the west side of Capitol Hill towards Ensign Peak, Tuesday, July 24. Luckily, it could have been a lot worse. Whether you live high on the hillside, or not, fire is a possibility. How can you prepare?  Evaluate your property. Minimize fuel such as dry grass and brush. Sparks and embers can land on …

CHNC July 18 Council Meeting

Public utilities, and more! Come join your neighbors and hear what’s happening in our community! Wed July 18, 6:30 pm, Marmalade Library This meeting will feature guest speakers from Public Utilities Holly Mullen & Jennifer Fowler Next Board Meeting:  August 6, 6:30 Jex Conference Room, Marmalade Library Next Council Meeting: August 22, 6:30 Multipurpose Room, Marmalade Library Contact: Council@CHNC-SLC.org www.CHNC-SLC.org CHNC Purpose Statement Enhance …

July Events & Notices

Let’s celebrate America with pancakes and flowers! Fourth of July Pancake Breakfast! 8:30-10:30 at Warm Springs Park, Wednesday! This is always a fun event, a chance to meet your neighbors, and an EXCUSE TO EAT PANCAKES! See you there! ——— More Calendar Postings Downtown Farmers Market starts!  Saturdays, 8:00am – 2:00pm @ Pioneer Park, 350 300 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84101, …

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CHNC June 20 Council Meeting

Recycling, budgets, and more! Come join your neighbors and hear what’s happening in our community! Wed June 20, 6:30 pm, Marmalade Library This meeting will feature: Redevelopment Agency Update: 2018-2019 budget priorities. Lance Alan, Waste & Recycling Division Director to discuss changes to recycling and bulk waste collection program. Next Board Meeting: July 2, 6:30 Jex Conference Room, Marmalade Library Next …

CHNC May 16 Council Meeting

Come join your neighbors and meet the candidates! Wed May 16, 6:30 pm, Marmalade Library This meeting will feature: Meet the Candidates: Not unlike “speed-dating,” neighbors will discuss community concerns (in timed rotations) with all of the HD24 and S2 primary candidates. Next Board Meeting:  June 4, 6:30 Jex Conference Room, Marmalade Library Next Council Meeting: June 20, 6:30 Multipurpose Room, Marmalade …

Neighborhood Notices, Updates & Calendar Postings!

Notices: Warm Springs News! To every one of you that signed the petition (over 3,500), shared, commented, showed up, donated time, energy, money and positive thoughts. THANK YOU! Salt Lake City’s consideration of the proposal for residential development there has ended! What do YOU want to have happen at the beautiful site? Let the Warm Springs Alliance know, here. District 3 Newsletter See it …

CHNC April 18 Council Meeting

Come join your neighbors and hear what’s happening in our community! Wed April 18, 6:30 pm, Marmalade Library This meeting will feature: Discussion of the project on West Capitol, 578 North & 610 North West Capitol Street (611 North DARWIN Street) development and Spring landscaping ideas, such as improving your home’s curb appeal, water-conserving gardens, and more! Dean Anesi, from The …

CHNC Meeting Minutes

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April News & Notices, Updates & Interests

BE HEARD! Bishop Place Public Hearing, next Wednesday, April 11 at 2:00 pm at the City-County building. The hearing is before a 3-person panel that will rule on the developer’s request to demolish the buildings based on financial hardship. Several people believe that the developer allowed the property to degrade on purpose, creating the “financial hardship” himself. Historic Landmark Commission …