SUGAR HOUSE COMMUNITY COUNCIL BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING MINUTES
July 3, 2013
The regular meeting of the Sugar House Community Council was held on Wednesday, June 5, 2013, at 7:00pm, at the Sprague Library. Trustees in attendance were Carole Staughn, Deb Henry, Matt Kierkegard, Robin Bastar, David Mulder, Rawlins Young, Scott Kisling, Cabot Nelson, Amy Barry, Judi Short, Christopher Thomas, Maggie Shaw, Joedy Lister, Benny Keele, Larry Migliaccio, Michael G. Kavanagh, and Sheila O’Driscoll. Christopher Thomas served as chair and Cabot Nelson as secretary. The trustees noted as excused were Sally Barraclough, Topher Horman, Annalisa Holcombe, Laurie Bray, and Steve Lester.
Call to order at 7:03pm. Cabot Nelson gave his secretary report. the minutes of the June meeting were amended to note that Larry Migliaccio presented the business spotlight, not Micahel G. Kavanagh as indicated. Motion to approve the amended minutes passed on a voice vote.
The motion to approve the trustee petition of Jack Perry, an agent for Caldwell Banker in the 21 & 21 neighborhood, for an at-large seat passed on a voice vote. Rawlins Young’s petition to renew as a trustee passed on a voice vote.
Robin Bastar gave his treasurer report.
Christopher Thomas as chair made announcements. The Election Committee has been formed consisting of Cabot Nelson, Benny Keely, and Annalisa Holcombe. Deb Henry is the new chair of transportation committee.
Police department report
SLPD Officer Brett Olsen gave a report on the police department.
Judi Short reported for the Land Use and Zoning committee. Cabot Nelson moved that the SHCC praise the parks department and thank the city council for the successful installation of the new irrigation system in Fairmont Park that has kept the park greener and more pleasant than prior years. Motion passed by a voice vote.
Deb Henry reported for the Transportation committee. The committee moved to review and provide approval for the Transportation Committee to send the letter circulated in the Trustee’s July 3, 2013 meeting to the Salt Lake City Transportation Department and Council. This letter requests the city to study identified design issues related to the SH Plaza redevelopment. The motion passed on a voice vote.
Laurie Bray reported for the Arts and Cultural committee.
Community and City Presentations
Scheduled presentations the community updates, the business spotlight Agi’s Raw Foods, and the Mayor’s office did not occur.
Mary Maloney reported on library events.