The Yalecrest Neighborhood Council – Community Meeting
Community Meeting Agenda
Wednesday, November 02, 2016
6:00 – 8:00 P.M.
Carmen B. Pingree Center for Children with Autism
780 South Guardsman Way
Robin Carbaugh, Chair
The purpose of the Yalecrest Neighborhood Council is to:
- Promote a positive cultural and physical environment that aids the community members in obtaining a meaningful geographic identity
- Encourage positive relationships among members of the community
- Pursue other objectives that are beneficial to residents of the Yalecrest Neighborhood
6:00 – 6:20 p.m.
Meet and Mingle
In this informal gathering you will have a chance to talk one on one with your elected officials, Detective Josh Smith, SLC Police Department, Moana Uluave-Hafoka, Salt Lake City Mayors Office, The YNC Executive Committee, your neighbors and guest presenters.
Convene to Community Formal Meeting
6:35 – 6:50 p.m.
Welcome, Robin Carbaugh
Executive Committee Reports
Nomination of Lori Hagan for Yalecrest Neighborhood Council Treasurer
New Yalecrest url and website, Tracey Harty
Report on The YNC Newsletter, Karly Nielsen
6:50 – 7:05 p.m.
Yalecrest Neighborhood Yard Sale
Planning and developing unique Yalecrest Neighborhood programs is one way to distinguish our area, have fun together, and welcome people from across the city. In this informational presentation Jennie Lloyd will explain about a unique proposal for an annual “Yalecrest Neighborhood Yard Sale”
7:05 – 7:55 p.m.
Parks, Police, and Partnership
Confirmed Presentation and Discussion Guests Include:
Sherilyn Hirschi – Salt Lake City Parks Adopt-A-Spot program
Kyle Shield, Salt Lake City Parks, Maintenance
Detective Josh Smith
Yalecrest residents often share that neighborhood parks are highly valued assets in our area. Yet some are concerned that specific challenges and external circumstances may be putting them at risk. In this round table presentation and discussion guests and neighbors will share information and thoughts on:
- Salt Lake City Attorney’s Office + The YNC representatives meeting regarding “The Sidewalk to No Where”
- Recent graffiti and irrigation problems at Sunnyside Park
- Participating as neighborhood park steward through the city Adopt –A –Spot program
- SLC Police Department – Safe, secure and clean parks
- University of Utah consideration for Baseball Stadium expansion at Sunnyside Park
- Emerging discussion with University of Utah for connection between Sunnyside Park and Family Housing
- Your personal thoughts and interest in furthering neighborhood park, open space and recreation as neighborhood assets
8:00 PM Adjourn