Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council will hold its regular monthly meeting on:
- This Wednesday, January 15, 2014
- 6:30 – 8:00 PM
- East Senate Building, Copper Room
- Parking and entrance off of East Capitol Boulevard
The agenda will include:
- Warm Springs History
- U. of Utah Student Design Studio – 400 West & 200 North
- SLC Recycling and Waste Outreach
PLEASE JOIN US.
Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council welcomes its new officers for 2014:
- Eric Jergensen – Chair
- Donald Butterfield – Vice-Chair
- Brian Jensen – Secretary
- Andrew Prior – Treasurer
The new officers assume their duties with their first board meeting on Monday, January 6, 2014.
Attached is the letter sent by Council Chair Richard Starley to Lex Traughber of SLC Planning Division concerning the Garbett Staker proposed development on Almond and West Temple Streets. The letter is the official comment of the Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council. CHNC comments – Garbett Staker Development 12-28-13
Any resident or concerned citizen can comment on the development by either writing to the SLC Planning Division (address is on the letter) or by emailing Lex Traughber, Senior Planner at firstname.lastname@example.org, or phoning or faxing that division at TEL 801-535-6184, or FAX 801-535-6174.
Two public workshops are available for you to voice your concerns and ideas on the beautification of 300 West and to better control traffic on and around Capitol Hill
First Public Workshop on Capitol Hill Traffic Study
- Tuesday, January 14th
- 5:00-7:00 PM
- open house format – come any time
- State Office Building Auditorium
- just behind the Capitol building
Join us anytime between 5:00 and 7:00 PM to add your comments to this important study.
300 WEST STREETSCAPE PROJECT COMMUNITY WORKSHOP #1
- Wednesday, January 22, 2014 7:00 to 8:00 PM
- Washington Elementary, Multipurpose Room
- 420 North 200 West, Salt Lake City, UT
Discussion will focus on the design of LANDSCAPED MEDIANS and INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS along 300 West between North Temple and approximately 1000 North.
The December 2013 issue of The Bulletin is now available and can be directly accessed here.
Tomorrow night’s Council meeting has a full agenda with three presentations, and reports.
For the full agenda click here: Agenda 12-18-13
- Presentation on Almond Street Development by Garbett & Staker Development. The development is slated for 300 North & 200 North and Almond & West Temple Streets. JSA Almond Street Submittal Package 2013-10-07 (2):
- Traffic study on Capitol Hill. The presentation will focus on the traffic study being conducted by UDOT for traffic from Victory Road – Columbus Street and down State or Main Streets. The study will also look at the possibility of a traffic light at 500 North & Columbus Streets. There will be an open house in January.
- Snow Removal discussion by SLC Streets Department personnel. With the addition of several new priority A streets in the neighborhood, the department wants feedback on how snow removal is going this year. There may also be some discussion on the proposed off-street parking ordinance for snow removal as well as a reminder for sidewalk snow removal requirements.
Our liaison to the Mayor’s office, Joyce Valdez is retiring effective 12-31. We will miss her and wish her and husband Andy a great and restful retirement. She has done a wonderful job for this Council and others. Happy Retirement Joyce!
Hope to see you all at Council Meeting.
Capitol Hill Neighborhood Council and the Board of Directors welcomes several new members to the Board. Elections were held at the November Council meeting on November 20, 2013 with over 75 people in attendance. The new board members and the neighborhoods they represent are:
- Peter von Sivers – West Capitol Hill
- Bonnie Archer – West Capitol Hill
- Paul Hanks - Desoto
- C. Dean Larsen – Ensign
- Brian Jensen – Kimball
- Eric Jergensen - Kimball
They join our current board members. The board’s next meeting is scheduled for Monday, December 2, 2013 at which time officers for the Council will be elected.