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SUGAR HOUSE COMMUNITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE LIST
The mission of the Sugar House Community Council is to involve citizens in identifying issues, plans, and projects that enhance the beauty, safety, vibrancy, and human-scale character of Sugar House neighborhoods, businesses, and historical and natural resources. The council sponsors, supports, and provides a voices on such issues to governing bodies, public and private service agencies, the community at large and any other organization or individual that may directly affect the vitality of the Sugar House area and its residents.
LAND USE AND ZONING
Work with the City Planner assigned to Sugar House to educate SHCC on land use and zoning issues in the Sugar House area. Facilitate presentations of individuals required to come before the SHCC for zoning concerns including but not limited to:
Make recommendations to SHCC on zoning changes requested by individuals at the time of presentation to SHCC by applicant.
PARKS, OPEN SPACE, AND TRAILS
Adopted: December2, 2009
The SHCC Parks, Open Space and Trails Committee (POST) will:Encourage the development and implementation of the relevant master plans within the SHCC boundaries, including:
The purpose of the committee is to establish and maintain a web site of the Sugar House Community Council (SHCC), facilitate communication among the trustees using the internet, enable the SHCC’s documents to be accessible via the internet, and fulfill any other duties as directed by the SHCC board of trustees that involve the internet to “disseminate information to the Sugar House residents about events and issues that directly affect the life of the Sugar House area and its individual residents.
The purpose of the Transportation Commission is to work as a committee to maximize benefits from transportation-oriented planning and development for the Sugar House community and the larger Salt Lake City area. Maintain and encourage awareness of all transportation modes including vehicular, transit, light rail, commuter rail, trolley, pedestrian, bicycle and other forms of transportation. Work for solutions and recommendations to transportation issues that improve both the environment and sustainable character of the community. Committee responsibilities include:
Transportation Committee Reference Links
Downtown In Motion (Salt Lake Downtown Transportation Master Plan)http://www.slcgov.com/transportation/DTP/DTPdefault.htm
Utah Department of Transportation Websitehttp://www.dot.state.ut.us/main/f?p=100:1:0::NO::T,V:1%2C
Sugar House Master Planhttp://www.ci.slc.ut.us/ced/plannings/pages/SugarHouseMasterPlan.htm
Adapted Salt Lake City Transportation Plan Mapshttp://www.ci.slc.ut.us/ced/planning/pages/Trans_MP.htm
Interactive Maps (Salt Lake City Engineering Department)http://www.slcgov.com/publicservices/Engineering/imaps.htm
Salt Lake City Bicycle Masterplanwww.slcgov.com/Transportation/BicycleTraffic/master.htm
300 E Hawk Signals for Pedestrians http://www.slcgov.com/transportation/TrafficSignals/PDF/HAWKbrochure%20print.pdf
SUGAR HOUSE BUSINESS
To promote, brand, support and develop businesses in Sugar House to create a community that is more cohesive and educated, leading to increased awareness and business success.
ARTS & CULTURE
The mission of the Artus and Culture Committee is to facilitate awareness of arts events, installations and projects in the Sugar House and Salt Lake City area. The mission includes education the Sugar House Community Council about upcoming and ongoing cultural events in the area and promoting an open dialogue about the importance of art and culture in the area.
The Budget & Finance Committee mission is to determine an annual budget for ratification by the Board, raise money for the annual budget, and to support and further the mission of the Sugar House Community Council.
We move to create a fundraising committee that: will meet by the next regular meeting of the SHCC, will consider email appeals, postal mail appeals, website payment fulfillment, and other means to raise funds equal to budgeted expenses, will leverage the SHCC’s 501(c)3 status and will apply for proper state charity status, will expire at the end of this year, December 31, 2011, and seeks help from trustees who can or who know people who can contribute time to design and write fundraising campaigns.
To be a resource for collecting and disseminating information and materials regarding the history of the Sugar house area and the Sugar House Community Council.