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Welcome to the Sugar House Development Projects map!  Here you can find recent, ongoing and pending developments that have come before the SHCC.  Simply click here to get more information about the development.

 

 

 


 

 

 
Agenda for June 4, 2014 PDF Print E-mail

June 4, 2014

SHCC Agenda   
7:00pm Welcome - Chair
7:05pm  Approve the Minutes of the prior meeting
Secretary report 
Treasurer report and reports from vice chairs

Chair announcements: vice chair appointment

 

7:10pm Fire Department
Crime report - Detective Scott Mourtgos 801.381.4905
7:20pm Public comments for items not on the agenda
7:25pm Committee reports, if available 
* Land Use and Zoning
* Parks, Open Space, and Trails  
* Transportation  

* Arts and Cultural  

*Communication and Outreach

7:35pm

 

 

 

 Community groups and projects

* SL Community Network

* Sugar House Chamber of Commerce

 7:40 pm Presentations:

Small Neighborhood Business Zone:John Anderson

8:00pm

 

8:30 

 

 

 Tiger Grant Funding for the Streetcar: Julieanne Sabula

 

Spotlight on Business: Trolley Wing Company

148 S 900 E  

Jeff Krie - owner

 

 

 

  

 8:40 PM

8:50 

 City Council Update: Lisa Adams

 Mayor's Office: Shawn McDonough

8:55PM * Library Announcements by Dolly Rauh
9:00 PM Adjourn
  

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

The records indicate the following trustee petition(s) will soon expire:

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SHCC Newsletter, May 2014 PDF Print E-mail

SHCC Newsletter

May 2014

Dear Friends of Sugar House:       
   
This view of Parley's Trail helps remind us of the great outdoor opportunities we have here in Sugar House.  We have new sections of the PRATT trail opening in the Draw Tunnel and the Greenway along the streetcar.  We have amazing green space in our pocket parks, Fairmont Park, Sugar House Park, Parley's Historic Nature Park and the trail system.  We hope you get out this spring/summer and enjoy all that Sugar House has to offer.

This newsletter is intended to help keep you informed of the many events, activities and developments occurring in Sugar House. 
 

SHCC Message from the Chair  

Maggie Shaw

 

Greetings!
I was visiting with a neighbor awhile back. She was complaining about the expense of traveling on UTA. She lamented that if her Salt Lake City relatives traveled both directions to work on mass transit..it provided no financial benefit when compared to driving their cars. Well, those days are over! 

The new HIVE PASS available to Salt Lake City residents makes riding on UTA a deal!!!! This pass pays for itself in only six trips per month.  Now, this is a pilot program. I would encourage you to take advantage so that the Hive Pass returns. Please check out Ridethehive.com for details. I have mentioned this in previous letters... I do so often because it is vitally important that we not lose this program. The only way to keep this subsidized option for transit is to have a large number of Salt Lake citizens participate. So please try the Hive Pass!

    Summer is almost here. As I grow older I feel that time passes very quickly.It seems to be accelerating. Summer approaches and with it new events. Come to our meeting and hear about the construction for the Monument Plaza. We will also have an update on the Sugarmont Plaza. I hope to have an update from the city concerning the Bicycle Boulevard.
Hope to see you soon.


Sincerely,
Maggie Shaw 
Chair 
Sugar House Community Council 

 

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