To: Jacob Anderegg,
Subject: Re: Zions Curtain
Date: Thu Mar 06 03:23:20 MST 2014
Agreed. But I also would like a more clear distinction in our code between alcohol servicing facilities and restaurants. There is too much gray area, and the established boundaries need to be more clearly defined. Until that happens we will keep seeing this debate without much progress in solving the issue. The Zion’s Curtain is a stupid “Utah” fixture, but with the gray area we have in code it was the compromise that was created. I’d prefer a clearer delineation.
Jake Anderegg, State Representative
Utah State House of Representatives
Lehi, Saratoga Springs
From: Cortney Anderson [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, March 05, 2014 7:08 AM
To: Jacob Anderegg
Subject: Zions Curtain
Dear Mr. Anderegg,
I understand your commitment to the "kids," but here is an idea. Instead of putting it out of sight, out of mind and ignoring the idea of alcohol, why do you talk with your children? Spend the money that you are spending on this legislation on promoting parent child interaction. You may speak often with your children, so this doesn't really effect you. Though, others don't. Be proactive with parenting, not hiding alcohol. The issue at hand, really isn't the zion curtain, its that there is poor parenting. That is the real issue. Drop the curtain, and parent your children!!!!
Concerned Tax Payer,
Cortney L. Anderson