Thanks to all who attended our last meeting!
If you weren’t there, you missed a great meeting including Updates & Q & A from
- Police Det. Alen Gibic
- Councilman Chris Wharton (see his info page here) (get his newsletter)
- Senator Todd Weiler (get his info and contact here)
- Senator Derek Kitchen (get his info and newsletter here)
- Representative Jennifer Dailey-Provost (get her newsletter)
- School Board Representative Katherine Kennedy (get info, updates, and contact here)
- Warm Spring Alliance Representative David Scheer (get their newsletter)
Our corner of the city is rich in historicity!
This month’s building reminds us of the mixed-use nature of Capitol Hill’s neighborhoods, especially on the blocks west of 200 West. This area was part of Salt Lake City’s original Plat ‘A’, and consists of large ten-acre blocks separated by 132 foot wide streets. This neighborhood has always been an area of diverse uses, including houses, multi-family dwellings, commercial buildings, and small and large scale industrial uses. In the 1870 and 1880s, early farms that characterized this neighborhood were subdivided and sold to developers. The proximity of the area to the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad line quickly attracted industrial uses, such as the Morrison-Merrill Lumber Company and Salt Lake Hardware buildings on 400 West, just north of North Temple.
Read more here!
- Idling Ordinances – Idling refers to running a vehicle’s engine when the vehicle is not in motion. Yes, Idling is illegal!
- Idlers will be given a ticket after 3 warning3.
- The price of the ticket is $60.
- Parking enforcement writes the tickets.
- Not in effect with temperatures <32º or >92ºF.
- The Fire Dept was called away to help others during our meeting. Their Newsletter is here
- Inland Port – It’s happening, which means your input is more important than ever.
- City Council – A lot going on, check out Councilman’s links, above.
- Legislature – Ditto x 10, check out the Senators’ a Representative’s links, above.
- Warm Springs needs your feedback and support. Take their survey here. Please let the Mayor’s office know how YOU feel about the leaky roof, about the project moving forward, about why this is important to you and of value to our community and beyond. Call or write the Mayor, her contact info is here: (801) 535-7704 firstname.lastname@example.org
- PSA: Remember VOTER INITIATIVES. Remember to vote out of office all representatives who voted AGAINST what you voted FOR. You can do this Next year! 2020!). Please watch this video, listen and sing along. Friendly reminder:
- Civilian Police Academy is around the corner. Sign up here. This is an amazing opportunity to glimpse what the world of law enforcement is really like. “Eye opening!” “Fun!” Next Academy starts March 6. Applications due NOW!
- UTA Ride Free! February 28th and March 1st, SLC Mayor’s office, Salt Lake County, Davis County, and Intermountain Health Care are sponsoring “Free Ride Days” on ALL UTA routes! Please take the pledge, Get tips for best routes, reminders, and give your feedback on the experience.
- The Utah Inland Port – Take the Survey! They NEED your input! Take the survey here.
- 2020 Census – Be a Census taker! See more info here. See videos here and here. Contact Recruiter Nancy Weber directly, here.
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- Wednesday, Feb 20 Sign up for Police Academy!
- Thurs-Friday, Feb 28-March 1 RIDE FREE! UTA
- Wednesday, March 20 Community Council Meeting 6:30 PM
- 4th of July Breakfast date to be announced
- Jam Fest 2019 date to be announced
Upcoming CNCH Meeting Dates:
Next Council Meeting:
March 20, 6:30
Multipurpose Room, Marmalade Library
Next Board Meeting:
March 4, 6:30
Jex Conference Room, Marmalade Library