Home Sessions Committee Streaming This is the notification div Point of the Mountain Development Commission - October 28, 2019 445 State Capitol Participate in Virtual Meeting Option to provide public comment (at committee chair's discretion) Video for all meetings Requires submitting name to join meeting Live Audio/Video No option to provide public comment Audio only for meetings in House 30, Senate 210, and State Capitol 445; video for all other meetings Does not require submitting name to listen to/watch meeting Additional Information Follow Along Display documents automatically as they are discussed This meeting is not currently streaming. Markers Agenda Docs Downloads Make Clip Chair Snow called the meeting to order at 11:09 a.m. Recording 1 Commission Business Sen. Fillmore moved to approve the minutes of the January 24, 2019 meeting. Chair Snow announced that Val Hale would replace Chris Conabee as co-chair of the commission. Chair Snow recognized former Co-Chair Conabee's contributions and presented him with a plaque commending his leadership and service. Former Co-Chair Conabee reflected on his service on the commission and accepted the recognition plaque. Sen. Stevenson commended Co-Chair Conabee. Chair Snow introduced Val Hale as the new commission co-chair. Co-Chair Hale introduced himself and spoke to the commission's role. Chair Snow welcomed the new members of the commission. Mayor Wilson introduced herself and spoke to the commission's role. Future of the Point of the Mountain Development Commission Report 2 - Future of the Point of the Mountain Development Commission Report Chair Snow excused Rep. Handy, informed the commission of Rep. Handy's participation via telephone, and provided background information regarding the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute's report. Natalie Gochnour, Director, Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute, explained the process for creating a vision for the Point of the Mountain, presented an overview of the document "Future of the Point of the Mountain Development Commission Report," and answered questions from the commission. Committee discussion ensued. Chair Snow clarified the purpose and objective of the commission and explained the difference between the roles of the commission and the Point of the Mountain State Land Authority. Committee discussion continued. Natalie Gochnour summed the report and posed questions for the commission's consideration. Commission discussion continued. Update on Point of the Mountain State Land Authority 3 - Imagining the Future of the Draper Prison Site, Point of the Mountain State Land Authority Alan Matheson, Executive Director, Point of the Mountain State Land Authority, presented a summary of the authority's objectives and recent activities. Phase 3 - Financing and Implementation 4 - Phase 3 - Financing and Implementation Ari Bruening, President and COO, Envision Utah, Robert Grow, Chief Executive Officer, Envision Utah, and John Bronson, Zions Public Finance, discussed the vision and transportation needs for the Point of the Mountain area, proposed various financing plans to fund projects, addressed geographic job and housing imbalances and potential solutions, discussed the benefits of accelerating TRAX and Mountain View Corridor development projects, and responded to commission questions. Robert Grow summed the presentation and answered questions from the commission. Commission discussion followed. Mayor Walker moved to continue the Point of the Mountain Development Commission as an advisory body. He further moved 1) that the commission's role be revised to focus on facilitating cooperation between local governments, local transportation entities, the Utah Department of Transportation, and the Utah Transit Authority; 2) that the commission's role include coordinating a funding plan and requesting appropriate funding from the Legislature; and 3) to recommend that a two-year sunset date be placed on the commission in order to reevaluate the commission's role. Mayor Troy Walker spoke to the motion. The commission continued to discuss the motion. Mayor Walker commented on and summed the motion. The motion Chair Snow explained the commission's statutory responsibility to report to state leadership regarding the commission's work. Sen. Stevenson moved to authorize the commission chairs to prepare a report directed to the Governor, Senate President, and Speaker of the House, summarizing the work of the commission and communicating the commission's recommendations, including recommendations regarding the development vision, financing options, and the commission's continuing work. Mayor Wilson moved to adjourn. Chair Snow adjourned the meeting at 1:13 p.m. Commission BusinessCommission Business Future of the Point of the Mountain Development Commission ReportFuture of the Point of the Mountain Development Commission Report Update on Point of the Mountain State Land AuthorityUpdate on Point of the Mountain State Land Authority Phase 3 - Financing and ImplementationPhase 3 - Financing and Implementation Future of the Point of the Mountain Development Commission DiscussionFuture of the Point of the Mountain Development Commission Discussion Invoices for Consulting ServicesInvoices for Consulting Services Other Commission BusinessOther Commission Business AdjournAdjourn AGENDAAGENDA MINUTESMINUTES NOTICENOTICE 2 - Future of the Point of the Mountain Development Commission Report2 - Future of the Point of the Mountain Development Commission Report 3 - Imagining the Future of the Draper Prison Site, Point of the Mountain State Land Authority3 - Imagining the Future of the Draper Prison Site, Point of the Mountain State Land Authority 4 - Phase 3 - Financing and Implementation4 - Phase 3 - Financing and Implementation 6A - 030-POM Invoice and Reports6A - 030-POM Invoice and Reports 6B - 031-POM Phase 3 Final Invoice and Reports6B - 031-POM Phase 3 Final Invoice and Reports 6C - 032-POM Invoice and Reports6C - 032-POM Invoice and Reports 6D - 033-POM Invoice and Reports6D - 033-POM Invoice and Reports 6E - 034- POM Invoice and Reports6E - 034- POM Invoice and Reports 6F - 035-POM Invoice and Reports6F - 035-POM Invoice and Reports 6G - 036-POM Invoice and Reports6G - 036-POM Invoice and Reports 6H - 037-POM Invoice and Reports6H - 037-POM Invoice and Reports 6I - 038-39- POM Invoice and Reports6I - 038-39- POM Invoice and Reports Recording 1 - Low Quality Start with offset Position: (Seconds) Get Current Position End with offset Position: (Seconds) Get Current Position Clip URL: Copy Resize Audio/Video Player Having trouble listening? 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