THE SOUTH JORDAN CITY PLANNING COMMISSION WILL HOLD ITS MEETINGS ELECTRONICALLY, VIA ZOOM PHONE AND VIDEO CONFERENCING UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Attendees will be allowed to join via phone or video, using Zoom phone and video conferencing. Note,
public comment will be accessed through video conferencing, and a participant must have their video on
and working to speak. Those who join via phone may listen, but not comment. Ability to connect and
comment is dependent on an individual’s internet connection, not the City. To ensure your comments are
taken regardless of technical issues, please have them submitted in writing to the City Planner, Greg
Schindler at GSchindler@sjc.utah.gov, by 5:00 p.m. on June 23, 2020.
Join South Jordan Planning Commission June 23, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 940 536 606
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Nathan Gedge was born and raised in South Jordan, where his family has resided since 1950. He and his wife, Julie, have five children. Nate graduated from the University of Utah, where he majored in political science and has been working in the health care industry for the past 24 years. He currently works as the Director of Pharmacy and Medicare for a Utah-based health insurance company. Prior to returning home to South Jordan, Nate served on the West Jordan Planning Commission for six years, including the last two as chair, and also on Western Stampede, where he also served as chair. Nate is the co-founder and trustee of the Foundation for Children and Youth with Diabetes, a non-profit organization that operates Utah’s diabetes camp for children, Camp UTADA.
Steve Catmull has lived all his life in Salt Lake County. Steve’s interest in local government began over 25 years ago when voting for municipal leaders. He resolved to see the candidates in action. The type of problems they worked on and the way they solved them piqued his interest. He likes to find ways to serve his local community. Steve has worked in the healthcare industry for over 20 years. He works for a healthcare outcomes company headquartered in Salt Lake as a director of infrastructure. He enjoys cycling and photography. Steve is excited to serve the community on the City of South Jordan Planning Commission. Steve, his wife, and family have resided in South Jordan for the last ten years.