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 Representative CRAIG HALL

Utah State House of Representatives - District 33

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Friday, October 6, 2017 10:50 PM

September 2017 Legislative Highlights!

Fall is here and the year is flying by! Click on the above link to see all the legislative details from September, including the Special Session, the Labor Day Picnic in Magna (photo below) and upcoming legislation. Feel free to contact me anytime! Thanks for your support!

 

 



Tuesday, September 5, 2017 10:45 AM

August 2017 Legislative Highlights!

Hope you had a great August! Summer is flying by.  Click on the above link to find out the latest, including items considered by the legislature during our August Interim, Back to School nights, municipal elections, and other community activities!

 


Saturday, July 29, 2017 7:01 PM

July 2017 Legislative Highlights!

Hope you had a fun and safe July! We had a busy July. Click on the above link to see the details, including the upcoming municipal primary election (Vote!, Vote!, Vote!), national coverage regarding a bill I passed during the 2017 Session, and a non-partisan/non-profit organization regarding the Arts and Humanities grades Representative Hall for his votes during the 2017 Session!

 


Saturday, July 1, 2017 5:12 PM

June 2017 Legislative Highlights!

Summer is here! Thanks again for your support and for contacting me regarding any issue you would like to discuss. Click on the link to see what happened in June, including WestFest, neighborhood breakfasts, and new bills for 2018.

 

 


Tuesday, May 30, 2017 10:14 AM

May 2017 Legislative Highlights

Here comes summer! Thanks again for your support and for contacting me regarding any issue you would like to discuss.  Click the link to find out all the details regarding the May Interim Session, the bipartisan Clean-Air Caucus, ceremonial bill signings, and an award presented to me from the Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce!

 


Tuesday, May 2, 2017 11:54 AM

April 2017 Legislative Highlights

Hope you're having a great Spring! Thanks again for your support and for contacting me regarding any issue you would like to discuss.  I hope these posts are a good resource for tracking the work of the legislature as it continues during this interim period.  

A lot has happened since the end of the General Session. Click on the above link to get all the details regarding the legislature's bus trip to rural Utah, the homeless shelter issue, and other happenings at the Capitol.

 


Friday, April 7, 2017 8:54 AM

Homeless Shelter - Decision by Salt Lake County

As you may have heard by now, Salt Lake County (with help from the Site Evaluation Committee), has selected a site for a new homeless shelter.   

After a three week process, Salt Lake County selected a site within the City of South Salt Lake for the location of a new homeless shelter.

I attended four of the public comment / open house meetings.  I saw many of you there.  If you missed my correspondence to the Site Evaluation Committee regarding the possible West Valley sites, you can read it here.  I greatly appreciate all those who: (1)  reached out to me about your thoughts; and (2) came to one (or more) of the public meetings to express your views to the County decision-makers.  

I echo the words of the City by saying that although the new shelter will not be located in West Valley City, it is still nearby.  I have confidence that City officials, and all elected officials from West Valley (myself included), will work diligently with South Salt Lake and Salt Lake County to mitigate any possible impacts to our community.
 
Thanks to the City Council, the City Mayor and all West Valley state legislators (republicans and democrats) who stood together on this issue. And a special thanks to the West Valley residents who let the County decision-makers hear your voice! Thank you!!
 
Thanks for your support. Contact me anytime.


Thursday, March 30, 2017 5:17 PM

Update Regarding Possible Homeless Shelter in West Valley

As you likely have heard, Salt Lake County will be selecting a site for a possible homeless shelter. Three of the potential sites chosen by the County are located in West Valley. The announcement of the County's recommended site will be made either late tonight or tomorrow (Friday) morning.

I have attended four of the public comment meetings / open house meetings. I greatly appreciate all those who: (1) have reached out to me about your thoughts; and (2) come to one of the many public meetings to express your views to the County decision-makers.

In addition to regularly expressing my views, I wrote a letter to the Site Evaluation Committee. I thought it would be helpful for my constituents to see the correspondence. This expresses many of my thoughts.

Click on the above-link to read my correspondence!


Monday, March 20, 2017 2:24 PM

Possible Homeless Shelter in WVC - Let your voice be heard!!

Thanks to all those who have attended the public meetings at the Capitol regarding the homeless shelter. This is a big deal for our community. Thanks to the city council, and West Valley state legislators (republicans and democrats) who are standing together on this issue. And a special thanks to the West Valley residents who have traveled to let the County decision-makers hear your voice! Thank you!!

Tomorrow (Tuesday) is the next public meeting regarding the possible homeless shelter. This meeting is in West Valley! Tuesday, March 21, 6 - 8 PM, Utah Cultural Celebration Center, 1355 West 3100 South. 

Please attend if at all possible! Even if you happen to live on the West side of West Valley, this issue affects you and your family.

 


Sunday, March 12, 2017 6:14 PM

2017 Final Utah Legislature Summary!

The 2017 General Legislative Session is complete! Thank you so much for all of your support.  It is truly an honor to represent the great residents of District 33.  Click on the link to see all the highlights, including the 2017 budget, other important legislation, and what I consider to be the greatest accomplishment of the 2017 Session.  

 

 


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