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Fall 2016 deadline to apply for graduation
Foothill Drive walking and biking audit
East Bench Master Plan and Parley’s Way Corridor Plan meeting
Continue your access to the Eccles Student Life Center this summer
Hinckley Institute of Politics names new communications director
Red Butte Garden 2016 Outdoor Concert Series
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The walking group will be van-supported and will primarily focus on conditions along Foothill Drive. The biking group will be looking at biking conditions along Foothill Drive as well as parallel corridors. You are welcome to either walk or bike, however if you plan on biking, please bring your own bike.
Please RSVP to Claire Woodman, Parametrix planner, and let her know which mode you plan on using so we can plan accordingly.
Please visit slcgov.com/opencityhall to review the drafts of the East Bench Master Plan and Parley’s Way Corridor Plan and provide comments. You can also provide comments directly to Wayne Mills, project manager at:
Address: Salt Lake City Planning Division
PO Box 145480
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-5480
**All comments received by May 24 will be shared with the Planning Commission. Thank you for your participation in planning the future of your community.
If you have graduated or are not taking classes, you will need to purchase a summer extension pass to access the Eccles Student Life Center. Extension passes may be purchased online or at the membership services desk at the Eccles Student Life Center.
Napier-Pearce’s broad experience in print, radio and online media will strengthen the Hinckley’s mission of promoting political involvement, civil discourse and valued political analysis, said Hinckley Institute director Jason Perry.
“Jennifer’s fresh perspective, energy and respected reputation will amplify the Hinckley Institute story in new ways,” Perry said. “I’m delighted to have her on board as we build on the institute’s rock-solid history as a leader in education, politics and community dialogue.”
From its beginning in the 1980s as a series of five or six “alfresco summer concerts” in the garden on Sunday evenings, to the current 3,000-capacity Red Butte Garden Amphitheater with top-name acts and a schedule chock-full of consistently sold-out shows, Red Butte Garden is the place to experience some of the best summer concerts in Utah.
You get it all — panoramic alpine-glow views of the Wasatch Front and the Salt Lake Valley sunset, a botanical garden, your blanket and picnic spread out on the Amphitheater lawn in the foothills and then, of course, there are the amazing artists on stage.
Visit redbuttegarden.org/concerts to purchase tickets.