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Open Space Advisory Committee


Four members will have a 4 Year Term, Three members will have a 2 Year Term, Alternates do not have a term

The Midway City Open Space Advisory Committee will hold meetings, as business requires, on the first Wednesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. The meetings will be held in the downstairs conference room in the Midway City office building located at 75 North 100 West, Midway.

 

Name

Terms

Appointed

Term Ends

Courtland Nelson (Chairman)

1

10/11/2017

10/11/2021

Natalie Streeter (Vice-Chair)

1

10/11/2017

10/11/2021

David Carson

1

10/11/2017

10/11/2021

Kevin Stickelman (Replaces Randy G.)

1

10/11/2017

10/11/2021

Jim Bryan

1

10/11/2017

10/11/2021

Paul Tew

1

10/11/2017

10/11/2021

Woody Woodruff

1

10/11/2017

10/11/2021

Nathan Lord (Alternate)

0

10/11/2017

10/11/2021

Steve Stevens

0

6/13/2018

6/13/2022

Mary Katherine Villani

0

6/13/2018

6/13/2022

 

Date Agenda Minutes
July 22, 2020 Work Meeting Download  
July 1, 2020 Download  
June 3, 2020 Download Download
May 6, 2020 Download Download
April 1, 2020 Cancelled Cancelled
March 4, 2020 Cancelled Cancelled
February 5, 2020 Download Download
January 8, 2020 Download Download
December 4, 2020    
November 6, 2019 Cancelled Cancelled

 

Resolution 2018-27 (Special Bond Election)

Open Space - General Plan 2017

Arguments For and Against the Bond

Bond Election Notice

Public Meeting - Audio

Open Space Power Point Presentation

Midway City Open Space Forum Information
 


 

Open Space Public Forum Information

Bond Cost

Impact Table

Survey Summary

Vision and Goals

Bond Election - Arguments FOR and AGAINST

Open Space - Midway City 2017 General Plan

Public Meeting- Audio

Survey: Complete Download

Respondents had the choice to take the survey on paper, or on-line using the SurveyMonkey platform.
Respondents returned 375 completed (all questions answered) surveys. 26 of these respondents
declared themselves to be “non-residents”, therefore not voters on the Midway Bond measure. While
these responses have been retained, they have not been included in the survey analytics. Thus, a total
of 349 surveys were analyzed. A large additional number of respondents started but did not complete
the survey, commonly leaving most of the bond and demographics questions unanswered; there was no
useful analysis of these.
The 31 page document contains the complete dump of the 349 analyzed surveys, including bar
charts and data tables for each question, as well as the full text of all open ended responses. Please click here for the document