Here are the Council Meeting minutes from our September Council meeting on 9-18-13. CHCC Minutes_09182013
Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council
East Senate Building, Copper Room
October 16, 2013
Welcome – Richard Starley, Chair – 10 minutes
Introductions & Announcement
Minutes – John Boyack, Secretary
Treasurer’s Report – Victoria Collard, Treasurer
Reports – 5 minutes
Fire Department – Fire Station #2
SLC City Council District 3 Candidates – Issues Discussion & Q&A – 30 minutes
- Vince Kerzman, Vice-Chair, Moderator
- Stan Penfold & Sherm Clow
Reports (Continued) – 30 minutes
Police Department – Det. Charli Goodman
Elected Officials – City Council, State Rep. & Senator (if attending)
Mayor’s Office – Joyce Valdez
SLCPD Volunteer Corps – Robert King
Bylaws Committee – Vince Kerzman
UTA Focus Group – Don Butterfield & Andrew Prior
Traffic Issues – Richard Starley & Vince Kerzman
Welcome Committee – Shirley McLaughlan
SLC Neighborhood Development Grants – John Boyack – 5 minutes
2014 Board Nominations – 10 minutes
Council Awards – Vince Kerzman – 10 minutes
Other Business/ Adjourn – 5 minutes
Next Council Meeting – Wednesday, November 20, 2013, 6:30 PM – Copper Room
Next Board Meeting – Monday, November 4, 2013, 6:30 PM – Place TBA
*The Agenda is always subject to change.
The Board and Trustees of Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council voted to not hold a July meeting. Our next Council meeting will be Wednesday, August 21, 2013 at 6:30 PM in the Copper Room in the East Capitol Building. We hope to see you then.
Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council Meeting
May 15, 2013
Please Note: There is another function taking place in the Cafeteria of the East Capitol Building (the room immediately inside the parking lot East doors). We have been asked to enter the building through the West doors – through the Capitol Courtyard – so as not to disturb this event. If you cannot go around the building to the West doors due to health reasons, please do not disturb the other function. THANK YOU
- Welcome – Richard Starley, Chair – 10 minutes
- 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
- Meeting with Robin Hutcheson, SLC Transportation – Richard Starley
- Redevelopment Agency Presentation – 20 minutes
- Ed Butterfield
- Neighborhood Reports & Updates – 10 minutes
- Neighborhood Meetings
- Upcoming Events and Important Issues – 25 minutes
- Annual Fund-raising Event — Marmalade Festival
- Application for City Arts Project Support Grant — Due June 14, 2013
- Other Business/Q and A – 5 minutes
*The Agenda is always subject to change.
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Next Council Meeting – Wednesday, June 19, 2013, 6:30 PM – Copper Room
Next Trustee Meeting – Monday, June 3, 2013, 6:30 PM – Place TBA
Matt Musgrave, the developer interested in putting up an apartment building on the old Hansen’s Garage site located on the northeast corner of 200 North and 200 West, is meeting with interested neighbors at Erlinda Davis’ home at 270 North Quince Street, at 4:00 PM, Thursday April 25. Erlinda will call the parking authorities to advise them of the meeting. For more information please call Erlinda Davis at (801) 531-1964.
6:30 PM, Call to order
Richard Starley called the regular monthly meeting of the Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council to order at 6:30 on April 17, 2013 in the Copper Room of the Senate Office Building at the Utah State Capitol.
6:31 PM, Introductions/Roll call
Richard Starley conducted an introduction roll call. The following persons were present: Robert King, Vicky Collard, Adam Dahl, Kimberly Burkart, Parley Jacobs, Robert McCarthy, Betty Lorenz, Alan Schulz, Geoffrey Fitzwilliam, Melanie Fitzwilliam, Beth Jones, Chris Valdez, Scott Lampau, Vince Kerzman, Charli Goodman, Georg Stutzenberger, Melissa Jensen, Shirley McLaughlan, Analee Apgood, Michael Measom, Erlinda Davis, Minta Brandon, Katherine Gardner, Polly Hart, Nephi Kemmethmueller, and Richard Starley.
6:35 PM, Announcements:
Richard Starley made several announcements including:
- The replacement lighting for the 600 North viaduct is nearly complete.
- Several architectural students from the University of Utah have finished a display called “People and Place”, which can be viewed at 569 North 300 West, Suite B, showing their development solutions for the “Marmalade District”.
- Salt Lake City will hold a downtown development workshop at the Salt Palace on 5/9/2013. Please see http://www.downtownplanslc.com for details.
- The annual Japanese Festival will be held on April 27, 2013 along First South between 200 West and 300 West. Please see their website http://www.nihonmatsuri.com/ for details.
6:42 PM, Reports:
- Fire Station #2: Liason Officer Scott Lampau spoke for the crew at Fire Station #2 regarding canvassing the neighborhood with an eye for fire safety and fire prevention. Please see their website for more information http://www.slcfire.com
- Police Department: Liaison Officer Charli Goodman informed the group of the latest crime statistics for the community and advised on ways to prevent crime. Please see their website for more information http://slcpd.com/
- Elected Officials: State Representative Rebecca Chavez-Houck is looking for new issues for the next legislative session, and would like those with ideas to contact her by email at: email@example.com
- Mobile Watch: Georg Stutzenberger advised everyone to keep an eye out for suspicious activity near 600 North at Wall Street, as a stolen car had been found nearby.
- Mayor’s Office: Joyce Valdez reminded everyone of the upcoming SLC Marathon on Saturday, and spoke of the opening of the new performing arts center downtown, as well as letting us all know that the neighborhood cleanup for our community will begin on 9/16/2013. She fielded several enforcement issues regarding a couple of parking strips in the West Capitol neighborhood, and told the council that the recent parking tickets passed out along Wall Street were mistakenly written and subsequently dismissed. The Mayor’s office still has a few slots left for the monthly citizen meetings with the mayor; for more information please see the city’s website at: http://www.slcgov.com/
7:01 PM, Petitions:
- Proposed Development: Nathan Anderson, a local developer, is proposing a 10 unit two-bedroom condominium project located on the vacant property at 300 North and Reed Avenue. It will consist of 10, three-story town homes each with an attached two car garage. There are some fence and property line variances proposed within the project. The council decided to wait and take voting action on the project at next month’s meeting.
- Call for Volunteers: Adam Dahl and Kimberly Burkart of Comcast requested and were granted time to speak to the council regarding the upcoming West High School Comcast Cares Day – Saturday, April 27, 2013, and asked for volunteers from the neighborhood to help clean up the school, inside and out. They are offering free breakfast and lunch, along with tee shirts to all comers. They explained the project and passed out volunteer forms. Please see their website for more information at http://utahcomcast.com/tag/comcast-cares-day/. To download a registration form (these are required) please click here: ComcastCaresDay at WHS registration
7:35 PM, Neighborhood Reports and Updates:
- Traffic Committee: Melanie Fitzwilliam reported for Laura Arellano that the committee had met on Thursday, April 4 at Laura’s home and had decided to reach out to our local representatives for a more inclusive role in the traffic-planning process with special regard to the heavy commuter traffic from Weber and Davis Counties coursing through the neighborhood via Victory Road and State Street. The committee, with Laura’s help, has set up a meeting with various representatives from the city and the state to be held on Monday evening at the Capitol.
- Capitol Neighborhood: Michael Measom, trustee for the Capitol Neighborhood reported that he had held a neighborhood meeting in the Salt Lake Acting Company building and had had a fair turnout. There was discussion about trees in along the street concern about cars crashing into the property at the bottom of Zane Avenue, which was directed to Joyce Valdez from the Mayor’s office for further review.
- Desoto/Cortez: Katherine Gardner mentioned that she intends to hold a block party meeting on DeSoto when the weather warms up.
7:58 PM, Final Business/Survey of Various Issues:
Richard Starley closed the meeting with a quick survey of the issues before the council and reminded everyone of various upcoming volunteer opportunities:
- The Annual Memory Grove Spring Cleanup
- The Proposed 600 North Overpass Cleanup
- Comcast /West High Cleanup
8:04 PM, Adjournment:
The meeting was adjourned by Richard Starley after a motion by Polly Hart was seconded by Katherine Gardner. Our next meeting will be held next month at 6:30 PM, Wednesday May 15, 2013 in the Copper Room of the Senate Office Building, at the Utah State Capitol Complex.
Minutes submitted by: Geoffrey Fitzwilliam for Laura Arellano