1998 Work Session Agendas

May 28, 1998

 

 

SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING

 

DATE:                    May 28, 1998

 

TIME:           5:30 p.m.

 

PLACE:                  Hawthorne Elementary School
                   1675 South 600 East, Faculty Lounge

                Salt Lake City, Utah

 

AGENDA ITEMS
(Briefing time lengths are approximations only.)

 

I.   The Council will hold a discussion and conduct a straw poll regarding Council priorities within the fiscal year 1998-98 budget and possible funding sources.  (Estimated time:  30 minutes)

II.  The Council will hold a discussion regarding unresolved budget issues for fiscal year 1998-99.  (Estimated time:  30 minutes)

 

AGENDA

 

District 5 Town Meeting

Thursday, May 28, 1998

Hawthorne Elementary School

1675 South 600 East

7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

District 5 Town Meeting

 

1.  Flag Ceremony/Pledge of Allegiance: Boy Scout Troop 789, Ryan Warren, Assistant Scout Master.

2.  Welcome and Introductions:  Council Member Roger Thompson and Mayor Deedee Corradini  (Estimated time:  15 minutes)

3.  Steiner Multi-Purpose Center Update:  Rick Graham, Public Services Director  (Estimated time:  8 minutes)
a.  Questions and Comments from the Audience regarding Steiner Multi-Purpose Center.

 

4.  Community Participation  in Olympics including “One School, One Country” Program and Neighborhood Projects:  Renee Tanner, Director of Olympic Opportunities Planning  (Estimated time:  20 minutes)
a.  Questions and Comments from the Audience regarding Olympics.

5.  Fire Safety and CERT Training:  Fire Department Chief Tom Tallon and Captain Jim Hansen  (Estimated time:  8 minutes)
a.  Questions and Comments from the Audience regarding Fire Safety and CERT Training.

6.  Community Meetings, Drug Houses, and Mobile Watch:   Police Department Assistant Chief Larry Stott, Assistant Chief Mac Connole, Captain Bill Shelton, and Kathy Gunn  (Estimated time:  15 minutes)
a.  Questions and Comments from the Audience regarding Community Meetings, Drug Houses, and  Mobile Watch.

7.  Traffic Calming:  Community and Economic Development Traffic Calming Coordinator, Craig Timothy  (Estimated time:  10 minutes)
a.  Questions and Comments from the Audience regarding Traffic Calming.

8.  Community Council Updates from Liberty-Wells, East Central, East Liberty and Sugar House  (Estimated time:  10 minutes)

9.  Open Question and Answer Period 
Please complete a public meeting registration card if you wish to make a comment.

(Estimated time: 10 minutes)

10.    Closing Remarks by Council Member Roger Thompson  (Estimated time:  5 minutes)