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Landlord-Tenant Basics, Renewable Energy Conference, SLC Council Meeting

By Eric S. Peterson
Posted // March 24,2010 -
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Whether you want to save the planet or simply save energy, it pays to know a thing or two about sustainable living. It also helps to understand how to stay in your home if somebody else owns it. For the latter issue, attend an evening class designed to help renters and their landlords negotiate. Then, come the weekend, experts on renewable energy will gather for a conference that will provide guidance for homeowners looking to green up their home. Finally, anyone with an eye toward renovating an older home can learn about proposed changes to Salt Lake City’s Historic Preservation Plan.

 

Landlord-Tenant Basics
Thursday, March 25
The Utah courts provide a regular free class on evictions—a valuable primer for finding out what rights tenants have when it comes to renting, evictions and more.
Matheson Courthouse, 450 S. State, March 25, 4:30-6:30 p.m.; to register, phone 801-238-7990 or e-mail library@email.utcourts.gov.

2010 Utah Renewable Energy Conference
Saturday, March 27
If it’s not your landlord booting you out of house and home you fear but rather the cost of your utility bill, then you won’t want to miss the 2010 Utah Renewable Energy Conference. Participants will discuss a number of ways to live sustainably and bank on it, as well—like a combination of a rebate and tax credits that could cover 50 percent of the cost of getting solar panels on your home or business.
Salt Lake Community College, Miller Campus, 9750 S. 300 West, Sandy, March 27, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., 801-957-4827, UTSolar.org

Salt Lake City Council Meeting
Tuesday, March 30
The Salt Lake City Historic Preservation Plan (pdf) is the blueprint for preserving the city’s historic gems. It also contains the rules and regulations for zoning historic buildings, living in them, providing historic surveys and so much more. The draft is not complete until the public signs off on it, so come attend the council meeting to proof the latest draft of this important plan.
Salt Lake City & County Building, 451 S. State, March 30, 7 p.m., 801- 535-7600. For a draft of the preservation plan, visit SLCGov.com.

 
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