With only a few days to go before the Special Session, this meeting was set to finalize the maps, and prepare the individual bill to submit to the Legislature as a whole. Here is the agenda, and the audio should be up later. Check back at the Redistricting Committee’s Legislative website to hear the meeting in full. Read more
We’re oh-so-close to the Special Session. The Committee continued to make modifications to already adopted maps, based on population deviations and public input. Here is a copy of the agenda.
The audio is in two parts, and can be found at the Committee’s Legislative website. Read more
The Redistricting Committee meeting scheduled for Monday, September 26th, has been cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
The meeting on Tuesday, September 27th, will still be held in Room 445 of the State Capitol. The meeting begins at 9 AM.
Our meeting today was focused mostly on Congressional maps, and starting to narrow down the 100+ submitted maps, down to 6. Read more
The Governor has announced a special session (PDF document) to address and vote on proposed maps submitted to the full Legislature by the Redistricting Committee. The session will begin on Monday, October 3rd, and due to the complex and delicate nature of redistricting, it may take longer. Read more
We continue redistricting work here at the Capitol, with a series of meetings to work on adopting final recommendations to submit to the Legislature on State Board of Education, State House, Senate, and Congressional districts.
We traveled 2,000 miles in nine weeks to take public comment on redistricting from all across the state. The Redistricting Committee has now moved onto the next phase in the process. Here are the minutes for the 19th, and the 22nd.
Due to the length of these meetings, the audio was split into multiple pieces. All of which can be found on the Committee’s Legislative website.
We held our 17th (out of 17) public hearing in Park City. It was held at Park City High School.
Check out the minutes, for a full description of what occurred at the hearing.
The audio is also available, below:
The Committee held it’s first meeting of the day in eastern Utah, at the Uintah Basin Applied Technology College, in Vernal.
Here are the minutes for the Vernal meeting.
You can also check out the audio below:
The Committee’s 3rd stop in Salt Lake County was in the Rose Park district. The meeting was held at the Day-Riverside Library.
Now that the minutes are approved, you can check out exactly what happened.
And the audio is below, for those who couldn’t attend.