Joint Council/Mayor statement: The Salt Lake City Council, in our capacity as the Redevelopment Agency Board (RDA), has adopted the final component of a development agreement between the City and NWQ, LLC that was negotiated by RDA staff and approved by Mayor Jackie Biskupski in her role as Executive Director under proper planning, zoning, and […]
City Council re-affirms City plans to help meet housing needs as Members unanimously override Mayor’s line item vetoes
The Mayor’s veto was expected. The Salt Lake City Council and the Redevelopment Agency Board will be meeting at noon on Friday, June 28, for a potential veto override.
Salt Lake City – It’s a topic most people don’t talk about at work. A hidden component, understandably so, of daily life. But a trio of City Council Members threw it out there for discussion at an annual budget meeting and the full Council supported it: free feminine hygiene products for all.
PRESS RELEASE: City Council approves $300 million-plus annual budget; “Funding our Future” dollars enhance city services, repairs
With an eye on streamlining and the quality of life in the City, Council Members approved an annual budget on Tuesday that enhances City services in such areas as public streets & transportation, affordable housing, and public safety.
PRESS RELEASE: Report to Council shows testing of SLC’s backlogged rape kits produced dozens of new suspects
A five-year ongoing police effort initiated by the City Council to test all sexual assault evidence kits (rape kits) has identified more than 100 suspects from backlogged kits. Forty-two of these suspects had not previously been identified by law enforcement.
The Salt Lake City Council is open to pursuing ranked choice voting, but it just doesn’t make sense to hurriedly do so in 2019. If the Council decides to pursue it in the future, a significant voter education effort would need to follow because we believe the public needs to be well-informed about significant changes […]
Dear Mayor and Council Members,
Last year, Salt Lake City received your request for a number of adjustments to the boundary between our two cities, including parcels in and near Brickyard Plaza, Tanner Park, Parleys Historic Nature Park and a roundabout at 2300 East Street near 2700 South Street.
At their Jan. 22 meeting, City Council Members chose Analia Valdemoros to represent Council District 4, making Valdemoros the newest member of the seven-person Council.
At the Council’s January 8 meeting, a six-member* group chose Charlie Luke, who represents District 6, as the Chair. James Rogers, who represents District 1, was chosen as the Vice Chair.