Wishing you all a Happy Spring!

This Old House:
The William & Barbara Kinnersley House

The house stands on land purchased from John Alford by William E. Kinnersley in 1879 for $1300. Evidence suggests that the house was built sometime in the 1880s. William Kinnersley was another of the many English LDS tradesmen who lived on Capitol Hill.

Read more about this house and its people, HERE!

Notice anything missing?

Yes! No plume!

Marathon oil refinery is temporarily shut down, now until April 5th.  Please take note if air smell improves during this shutdown time.

Did you know…?

Prior to World War II, Union Pacific’s principal customers between Utah’s two largest cities were sugar-beet factories … but since World War II, its principal customers have been the largest petroleum refining complex in the Intermountain West? 

Read more about some of the histories of Utah’s oil industry, HERE!

In case you missed it…
Read about why your cutest (and sometimes noisiest) neighbors are being captured, HERE.

Ready for a stroll? 
Stretch those legs and spot some quail!
Take the Capitol Hill Self-Guided Walking Tour. 
Download the PDF here.


Clean Air Solutions Fair!
Save the date!

March 7

@ The Gateway 

The 7th annual Clean Air Solutions Fair, presented by Catalyst Magazine! 

Discover new tools and skills for better air quality for all — get inspired by cleaner air options to use in your daily life. 

Highlights include
Interactive booths • Skill sharing workshops & demonstrations • Children’s activities • and More!

Save the date!

See more at Catalyst Magazine, HERE.
or on their Facebook page, HERE.

Jam Fest! Save the date!

September 19-20
11am-7pm both days

@ The Garten at Mountain West Cider.

The 5th annual Marmalade Jam Fest presented by CHNC! 

Showcase YOUR fruity goods on Sunday’s “Jam and Toast Brunch”
 as we celebrate our special neighborhood’s long and colorful history of fruit trees and the delicious products they create.

Highlights include
Live Music
Food and beverage (and beer)
Fruit Preserves Competition (it’s gonna get TASTY!)

Booth spaces and sponsorship opportunities abound!*

Save the date!

Jack Winward, Marmalade Jam Fest Chair

Get more
Local Issues and Updates:

See Salt Lake City updates,
here: https://www.slc.gov/
See Salt Lake City Fire Department updates,
here: https://www.slc.gov/
See Salt Lake City Police Department updates,
here: https://www.slc.gov/

Here’s a sneak peek of up-coming meeting agendas:

March: Streets/Transportation.
April/May: Gardening.
May/June: History.
May/June: Air Quality.
September: Recycling.
October: Meet the Candidates.
November: Capital Improvement Program.

Every meeting: Neighborhood Business Spotlight.
Were you at our last meeting? 
Please tell us what you thought, HERE.

Guess who took the photo of the Capitol, at top, and win a prize at the next meeting? To win, reply to this email with your best guess, and bring a guest with you to the next meeting.

Upcoming CHNC Meeting Dates:

Next Council Meeting:
MARCH 18, 6:30 PM 
Multipurpose Room, Marmalade Library
Next Board Meeting:
APRIL 6, 6:30 PM 

See past meeting minutes and agendas, HERE, under “Council” menu.

Remember to visit our EVENTS & HAPPENINGS page
And let us know of YOUR events and happenings, too.

See upcoming meeting dates, below.

 CHNC is a Non-profit organization.  Please consider making a charitable contribution. Do that here via Paypal
Or with Venmo @NLSUtah

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