Salt Lake City

Council District 2

The Westside – Fairpark, Glendale, Poplar Grove

Andrew’s Council Meeting Thoughts

Below is a collection of my personal thoughts after each City Council meeting. To read the official meeting recaps visit the Council’s meeting recaps page.

As always, I am happy to discuss these or any other issues on your mind.


Meeting Thoughts – October 6, 2020

Posted on:October 7th, 2020
Commission on Racial Equity in Policing Update The commission has enlisted the work of the Langdon Group to assist in facilitating their work this year. Fleet Block The planning department, after considerable work, has developed a new form-based zone (FB-UN3) that is broad in what it allows, focusing on moderate density. The recommendation is to […]

Meeting Thoughts – September 29, 2020

Posted on:September 30th, 2020
The RDA board was briefed on increasing the set aside of projects to 1.5% to align it with the city council and art board. I support this. It costs money but a small set aside is important. I believe that part of the soul of our city is partially reflected in our public art. It makes neighborhoods unique. It shows the talents of our city and we should consistently support the creation art in the public space.. [...]

Meeting Thoughts – September 15, 2020

Posted on:September 15th, 2020
Storm Damage and Cleanup After the windstorm, many are still without power. In my discussions with Rocky Mountain Power they have been actively working through the layers of electricity infrastructure including the substations and power lines that have been impacted. I have also see so many crews working long days and hours trying to fix […]

Meeting Thoughts – September 1, 2020

Posted on:September 1st, 2020
Unsheltered Homelessness The mayor introduced a two-phase initiative to address several health and safety issues that unsheltered individuals have been experiencing in several areas in the city. The first phase is focused on public cleaning and sanitation including public toilets. Covid has deeply impacted these issues as existing day services have been limited due to […]

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