Land Use Agenda Noticing

The Council Development Approval Process Review (DAPR) Committee will present a significant proposal in Tuesday’s Work Meeting to streamline and strengthen the land use agenda noticing process.  The proposal would shave two to four weeks off the time to move an item from the...

Provo PACs – Too Much Influence?

You Decide. Political Action Committees serve legitimate constituencies that have a voice that deserves to be heard.  But should their voice, collectively, be more important than other constituencies of similar or larger size?  Many voters have told me they don’t think so. ...

Balance

Economic development and strong neighborhoods are both essential to our quality of life. Some have felt that balance on the Council has swung like a pendulum with periods when developer or neighborhood interests were overemphasized. I understand and empathize with both sides of...