George Stewart was elected in 2015 to the City-Wide District II seat.
George served as Provo City Mayor from 1994 to 1997. He served on the City Council from 2006 to 2009, being selected by the Council to serve a year as Vice Chair and two years as Chair.
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Dixon Neighborhood Meeting
- Date: 04/10/2018 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
- Location: Dixon Middle School, Band Room
- Introduction: Regularly monthly meeting for the Dixon Neighborhood
Hello Dixon Neighbors!
Happy April to you all and I hope you had a great Spring Break!
I’m excited to share with you our special guests for our Dixon Neighborhood meeting this Tuesday, April 10th at 6:30 pm at Dixon Middle School (in the library). We welcome Provo City School Board member Jim Pettersson and Provo School District Superintendent Keith Rittel, who will take some time to hear our thoughts about Dixon Middle School and discuss with us what they can related to the future of Dixon.
As some background, we know that Dixon Middle School is the oldest school in the district (built in 1931!) and was just barely left off the latest round of bonding. Because of that, there are no official decisions made yet regarding the future of Dixon Middle School (whether to move, rebuild, or remodel it). However, we wanted to make sure we had an opportunity to share some of the thoughts and opinions of the neighborhood with these community leaders, to help them understand where we stand, in addition to having a conversation regarding the types of challenges and changes that might be required to keep this great asset in our neighborhood. For example, Dixon may not currently meet some of the updated federal standards for new/remodeled middle schools.
Please understand that our guests may not be able to answer all of our questions in full at this time regarding Dixon’s future, but I think it will still be a beneficial conversation to have at this early stage, even just to start thinking creatively how we might overcome some of those obstacles, if possible. We have already seen the high school move across town, and we would like to have a conversation about what it would take to prevent our middle school from also moving.
We are extremely grateful they would share with us some of their very valuable time to have these conversations and I look forward to seeing you all Tuesday night!
Dixon Neighborhood Chair