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|7:00 PM||Welcome – Chair|
|7:05 PM||Community Announcements|
|Fire Department Station #3|
|Crime Report – Detective Ashdown|
|7:25 PM||Public comments for items not on the agenda|
|7:30 PM||Sugar House Park Update|
|7:45 PM||SLC Planning – Fire Station #3|
|8:10 PM||974 E 2100 S Apartment Bldg Development|
|8:30 PM||Green Urban Lunch Box|
|8:40 PM||Spotlight on Business|
|2698 S Highland Dr|
|8:45 PM||City Updates|
|Lisa Adams – District 7|
|8:50 PM||Mayor’s Liaison|
|8:55 PM||Library Updates|
Trustees Present: Teddy Anderson, Sally Baraclough, Amy Barry, Laurie Bray, Stacey Carroll, Landon Clark, Tina Escobar-Taft, Deb Henry, Topher Horman, Benny Keele, Steve Kirkegaard, Susan Koelliker, Joedy Lister, Eric McGill, Larry Migliaccio, David Mulder, Maggie Shaw, Judi Short, Rawlins Young, Bryce Williams
This project was approved by the planning commission.
This has been scheduled for the planning commission on August 10, 2016. You can read the staff report here for Liberty Village. This meeting is open to the public and comments are accepted.
A proposed development of 70 town homes has been submitted to Salt Lake City for the property located at 640 E Wilmington Ave. There are 9 different structures and each of them will be 35′ in height. A total of 79 parking stalls are proposed for the residents and 9 for visitors within the development.
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The planner has given us guidelines for comments that would be most relevant and helpful to making this project better for the community.
1. Consistency with the adopted Master Plan policies and Zoning District regulations;
2. Adequacy of streets and access to accommodate the proposed use;
3. Appropriateness of the design of the internal circulation system to accommodate the proposed use;
4. Adequacy of existing or proposed utility services to accommodate the proposed use and to mitigate adverse impact on adjacent land uses or resources;
5. Appropriateness of buffering to protect adjacent land uses from light, noise and visual impacts;
6. Consistency of architecture and building materials with the development and compatibility with the adjacent neighborhood;
7. Appropriateness of landscaping for the scale of the development; and
8. Assurance of preservation of historical, architectural and environmental features of the property.
Below you will find the documents sent to us by Salt Lake City.
If you are unable to attend the Land Use & Zoning Committee meeting on June 20th we also will have the developer present at the July 6th general meeting at Sprague Library, which goes from 7-9pm. You can also use the comment form below to submit comments. All your feedback will go into the report we submit to the Salt Lake City Planning Commission, which is the decision making body for this project.
640 E Wilmington Sugar House Community Council Letter
640 E Wilmington Application
640 E Wilmington Planned Development
640 E Wilmington Plans
640 E Additional Drawing
640 E Wilmington Updated July 5, 2016
Transportation Committee Meeting Minutes
7:00 pm April 18, 2016
Sprague Library Read More →
The previous administration began the process of rezoning property along the streetcar corridor. This particular issue has gone through all the processes and is now before the city council. There will be an opportunity for final public comment. Below are the documents pertinent to the issue. Comments can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trustees Present: Mike Bagley, Sally Baraclough, Amy Barry, Stacey Carroll, Landon Clark, Sue Ann Jones, Michael Kavanagh, Benny Keele, Steve Kirkegaard, Susan Koelliker, Joedy Lister, Eric McGill, Larry Migliaccio, Judi Short, Jason Smurthwaite, Rawlins Young, Bryce Williams