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05/17/2011 - Formal Meeting - City Council Comment File SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL fr DATE: I �\ PUBLIC COMMENT FORM AGENDA ITEM: GENERAL COMMENT rKi �i -r_It � ` Name 1— ` -)C .C` ' 5 Phoned (please print clearly) Address rrtt City Zip Code Lk E-Mail Address ��K`> c( () ".. � >�. c r� f l I wish to speak I do not wish to speak; however, I would like to submit remarks (please use back of card). How did you learn about this meeting? I would like to receive information about: my community council serving on a city board (—] To stay informed regarding your City Council District, including informational updates and newsletters, check the box to have your name/email added to the respective Council District email distribution list. All information submitted during public comment becomes part of the public record, including information on this card. SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL DATE:.5M1i PUBLIC COMMENT FORMri, �\ AGENDA ITEM: 6 Name (i/ndi &DgIPJr/ Phone S70/ 2Oei —q22 (please prip(t clearly) Address D/(7 /OZ) 5 City Zip Code gel f tz -4/ y E-Mail Address 7/J1).S/r //1<� 6-2©7V/ ITV I wish to speak 2 OZ Pd is n `o e �f I do not wish to speak; however, I would like to submit remarks (please use back of card). .) How did you learn about this meeting? Y�'� : r✓ a qtd� I would like to receive information about: (l my community council Li serving on a city board E To stay informed regarding your City Council District, including informational updates and newsletters, check the box to have your name/email added to the respective Council District email distribution list. All information submitted during public comment becomes part of the public record, including information on this card. SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL M1 DATE: S `/ 7 "// PUBLIC COMMENT FORM 4v,:t AGENDA ITEM: GENERAL COMMENT 144- 1 Name /°12,0 W SNTERRo7i1 Phone 90/ 5-6/ -S96, (please print clearly) Address /9S2 E. L O 'I CZ, City -SA'r'OY Zip Code '/09 Y E-Mail Address Fr I wish to speak ❑ I do not wish to speak; however, I would like to submit remarks (please use back of card). How did you learn about this meeting? I would like to receive information about: n my community council serving on a city board n To stay informed regarding your City Council District, including informational updates and newsletters, check the box to have your name/email added to the respective Council District email distribution list. All information submitted during public comment becomes part of the public record, including information on this card. /99 Island Party • • To Celebrate the Second South Islands and the Reconstruction of Pennsylvania — Iowa. 1 1:00 - 2:00 Saturday, October 5 Second South (900 East to Elizabeth) • Bring a potluck dish and chairs. • Games for children • Networking for a neighborhood Watch • Volunteers needed: 533-8185 Beverages & paper supplies provided by East Central Community Council. Island attire is optional but appreciated. Pets must be on a leash and under control. Park behind the Senior Citizens Center, 237 South 1000 East, if arriving by Car. Event will be canceled in case of rain or snow. SALT LAKE CITY AIRPORT EMPLOYEES MEETING WITH MAYOR BECKER AUGUST 26,2009 1. CHANGE IN SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL While this is claimed to be a City-wide policy change, it appears to affect airport employees only. If this is the case, how much money is truly being saved by targeting this one division,which is an enterprise fund? 2. REASON SHIFTS DETERMINED The current shift schedule in place was created because the airlines DEMANDED this amount of coverage. 3. STANDARDS I contacted the Federal Government and inquired with the National Park Service. Their ordinance states that if you are staying in any of their campground facilities there is a noise ordinance in place from 10:00 pm until 7:00 am. I contacted the State of Utah Parks Department and they informed me the noise ordinance in place is 10:00 pm until 7:00 am. I contacted Sandy City and their noise ordinance in place is 10:00 pm until 7:00 am. I contact Salt Lake City Corporation and their noise ordinance is 10:00 pm until 7:00 am. In fact, according to Salt Lake City, Sunday's noise ordinance is 9:00 pm until 9:00 am. These government entities have established a precedent reflecting what are considered"normal sleep times". Numerous studies show that the average person needs a minimum of 8 hours of sleep for optimal job performance. Given my current schedule of 5:00 am to 3:30 pm, I need to be in bed, asleep by 7:30 pm. It is extremely difficult to sleep at 7:30 pm when most of my neighbors are allowed to make noise until 10:00 pm. They are still outside playing with their kids and mowing lawns, etc. Since this shift is not considered a "normal" work schedule and is hardly desirable (otherwise more people would be on it) why are we being singled out for an additional decrease in pay?