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White City Community Council

February 6, 2008 @ 7:00 PM

Eastmont Middle School 10100 S. 1300 E. Room #105

MINUTES

  • Meeting called to order by Troy Blundell, Chair, there was a Quorum.

  • Welcome, Introductions and Pledge of Allegiance proceeded.

  • A motion was made by Paulina Flint to approve the January 2, 2008 Minutes.  Motion was seconded and approved.

  • Jeremy Christensen gave the Treasurer’s report.  Paulina Flint motioned to approve the Treasurer’s report, motion was seconded and approved.

  • The West Side Community Council report was given by Greg Schultz.  Greg presented LaVar Christensen a former State Representative to discuss the activity going on in the current Legislative sessions.  He was very complimentary about the position the WCCC has taken on the Township issue and the development that needs to take place in the White City Area.  He recommends that we prioritize our recommendations for development in the White City Area.  We need to continue to work on the Township future actions.  We indicated that the Bowery and parking in the park and current list be used.  We also discussed the possible annexation issues be addressed.  Greg discussed the current “Hot Buttons” at the current Legislative session that continue to be addressed HB75, HB76, SB45, SB48, SB71 and Local Sheriff’s District/UPD. A proposal was made by Paul Smith to go on record that the WCCC officially opposes HB 48 and 71, proposal was seconded and approved.

  • The report from the Mayor’s office by Bev Uipi was changed due to Bev being ill.  Troy Wood from SLC Planning and Development introduced himself as the new person to work with WCCC.  He may be contacted at twood@slco.org or 301-1545.              

  • Paulina Flint discussed the ACCT report.  This discussion covered the County Volunteer Forms, Ethical Conduct Form and County funding for WCCC Administration costs and in general it was agreed that the WCCC were not County employees or volunteers but were elected positions from the community and it should not be necessary to sign these forms and that the WCCC would not expect funding from the County based on these requirements. A motion was made by Don Patocka to Deny funding from SLC that would create Bureaucratic Council and have the money go to work for the infrastructure of White City.  It was recommended to draft a letter to SL County Council and SLC Mayor’s office saying we appreciate your caring so much for White City to make the offer but would prefer the funding go into the infrastructure of White City and not to the Council.  Motion seconded and approved.

  • Paulina Flint discussed possible activities for fundraisers to gain assets for operation of WCCC, such as, printing, copies, newsletter, etc.  A possible “flea market” or carnival in the summer at Bear park. Include this information in News Letter.

  • Troy Blundell and Paulina Flint discussed HB 40 Committee report.  There will be an Open House hosted by CPPA, University of Utah’s Center for Public Policy & Administration, (the consultant for HB 40) to inform the community about this bill on 21 February 2008 to be held in the Eastmont Middle school Cafeteria, 2nd Floor from 4pm to 9pm. The Open House is to include Granite Community Council and the other unincorporated islands in the area.  The committee is still working on the Education materials and new survey due in March.  A motion was made by Don Patocka to publish the property tax information presented on annexation in the Newsletter. Motion seconded and approved.  A motion was made by Paul Smith to authorize spending $150 to cover sweeper fees for the Open House.  Motion seconded and approved.  Paul Smith made an additional motion to approve spending money for flyers to go to Willow Canyon and Sandy Hills to announce the Open House.  Motion seconded and approved.

  • Deputy Brody Waldram presented the report for White City on calls for service and cases in the area.  He indicated that a number of automobiles were notified to be moved off the street to help snow removal.  He was very appreciative of all who showed up at the Open House.

  • Paulina Flint discussed that we needed info for the Newsletter and the following areas were suggested –Position for District 2, Elections of council members. Explanation of HB 40, Sherriff’s office, Fundraisers, Safe sidewalks, School District split, and Website. 

  • Kay Dickerson discussed the status of the current Website www.whitecityutah.org which was developed by Thomas Ray and he will maintain it for $200 per year.  The site has been updated and will be maintained as needed.  A motion was made by Paulina Flint to pay the $200 to maintain the site.  Motion seconded and approved.

  • All the Council Executive Board will meet at US Bank on 10600 S & State at 12:00 noon on Friday Feb. 8 to sign account information.

  • Paulina Flint mentioned that there is a new HB 40 bill being presented on the Hill that is a Safe Drinking Water amendment which is a Source Protection Ordnance.  This will finally help us maintain our pristine water supply.

  • Motion was made by Troy Blundell to adjourn, motion carried.