Robin Carbaugh appreciation to serve. Mission from the 1982. Support people and place (park like environment). Positive/neighborly. Combat neighborhood deterioration; city beautification; preserve and improve residential area.
Chairs report: Mission focused- keep us grounded and focused. Establish boundaries. Highlight the name, “Neighborhood” verses community.
Say YES as much as possible. Participatory organization. I can listen, connect, share ideas. Not necessarily fix or solve each problem.
Address areas of interests; neighborhood topics; meet and mingle
Alignment/balance between board and the other groups (UofU; city, East High, Roland High, etc)
Board support to be ethical/non-profit. Represent chair or ask others to help -Salt Lake wildfire committee -City and County work sessions -Taxes -Housing (ADU) -Budget -SuperFund site 1600 E to 1300 E/Sunnyside to Michigan; 2010 oil spill -University of Utah big neighbor to our community -Salt Lake Mayors Office – Salt Lake City Parks and Nature meetings – Yard Sale Day and celebration – Salt Lake City school district – Mt. Oliver cemetery – Roland Hall – Pingree School
Serve our mission and not as centered in attendance, quality verses quantity. We have around 1,483 households. 10 meetings/year – AUG: Yalecrest and parks (Uniquely Yalecrest-history thread); – SEPT: Stop the Bleed (trauma surgeons to help community members prevent blood loss-from shootings or – OCT: Miller Park Bird Refugee damage/rain storm update – NOV: Road Safety/Safe School Routes; Community involvement: 9th South bike jumps; neighborhood art (Rose Park-traffic calming and neighborhood identity) – DEC: night sky’s – FEB: East High School-changes and inputs in the neighborhood – MAR: Community wildfire protection plan – APR: Rep Brian King and Ado to summarize legislation recap and answer questions (inland
– MAY: Mayor representative Chief of Staff and other city personal – JUN: Annual review and voting
Opportunities: continue developing as an organization, tools and talent with the people in our neighborhood. Bring forth stronger relationships, evolve as a neighborhood. Dis-investment compromises the organization. Changes in Pingree School, East High, Roland Hall. Environment with climate and air, SuperFund.
Continue to work on/Ideas: banners to identify the neighborhood; support our parks; safe and complete streets (to make it to school); Yard Sale day; public safety. Share message that there are no fireworks. Develop SAFE schools-at our public schools in the event of disaster.
Review of Extended CompStat Report Invite NextDoor App
*Communication *Committees *Meet and Mingle *Steiner-phase 3 to build our community center (basketball, meeting room, senior center, library, cafeteria (like Millcreek center). Privately funded. Ann Guarando new appointed. Jim Webster
hits/misses OR positive/negative
Dan: +fire meeting -get the word out-invite others and website (webcast the meetings) Constance: +meeting city people -neatness of neighborhood Kelly: +handle the Laird park incident -get more word out Other: +health and safety Other: +more attendance Red: +meet and greet -encourage more to attend/more signs Steve: +dark skies -nothing Brian: +well informed and mostly respectful participants/nice atmosphere -turnout Scott: new, come to get info Karly: +build community -meeting time too long Robin: +represent different ideas/purposeful meeting agenda -East High agenda
Kelly White: Elections Chair: Karly Nielsen Co-Vice: Rick Oliver Co-Vice: Secretary: Dan Ricks Treasurer: Immediate past chair: Robin Carbaugh
Method of voting: Acclimation
1st: Robin 2nd: Steve 11 yes/0 no/ 0 abstained