Salt Lake City Council Public Hearing
A public hearing will be held to receive comments regarding Epic Brewing's petition to change the zoning of the rear portions of two properties located directly behind the brewery on State Street. The hearing will be held:
April 23, 2013
City & County Building
451 South State Street
Salt Lake City, Utah
We appreciate all of the community support and want to thank those who have attended the previous meetings. It is extremely important that you express your own story in support of Epic Brewing and we welcome your voice at the Public Hearing.
If you are unable to attend the public hearing, or would prefer not to speak publicly, you still have the opportunity to show your support by sending an email to the Salt Lake City Council. Please feel free to personalize the following letter to better suite your needs.
Emails should be directed to John Anderson, Principal Planner at:
Please send your letter before Tuesday April 23!
Thank you for your support!
Salt Lake City Council
c/o John Anderson
Salt Lake City Corporation
451 South State Street, Rm. 406
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111
Subject: Epic Brewing Zoning Map Amendment
Dear City Council Members,
I am writing to you today in support of the Epic Brewing's Zoning Map Amendment that will be brought in front of the City Council on Tuesday, April 23.
The current proposal made by Epic Brewing is a well-planned compromise that preserves the existing neighborhood on Edison Street while providing growth opportunities and serves the interests of Epic Brewing and the citizens of the city at large. The proposal enables Epic Brewing to make a much needed expansion on State Street thereby providing additional jobs, tax basis and general economic support to the community.
Furthermore, Epic Brewing is a responsible, Utah-based/owned company, is environmentally friendly, a tourist destination and supports numerous local non-profits, such as: Discovery Gateway, Clark Planetarium, Hogle Zoo, Make a Wish Foundation, Ronald McDonald House, Head Start, Cross Roads Urban Center, the Boys and Girls Club, Huntsman Cancer Institute, and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, to name a few. Businesses like Epic Brewing should be encouraged in our city.
Please approve Epic Brewing's zoning map amendments and further encourage this prosperous, responsible company, to continue growing and supporting the local community.