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More about our newly appointed Planning Commission Members:
Wilf Summerkorn is currently the Director of Regional Planning and Transportation for Salt Lake County. He was Salt Lake City Planning Director from 2008 to 2014. Prior to that, Wilf was Director of the Davis County Community & Economic Development Department for 14 years. He was a planner in various positions with that Department since 1981. Wilf has also served as the Community Development Director for Centerville City, and as an adjunct professor of urban planning at the University of Utah, where he has taught a class in The Politics of Planning, something every planner should know! Wilf has served as Legislative Chair for the Utah Chapter of the American Planning Association since 1990, where he has had a role in writing the state codes regarding land use. He was President of the APA Utah Chapter from 1986 to 1988. Wilf holds a BS in Physical Geography and Geology from the University of Utah, and an MS in Urban Planning from the University of Tennessee.
Joshua Sundloff is an associate at Babcock Scott & Babcock. He practices design and construction law and related litigation. He aids in the firm’s representation of architects, engineers, general contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers, and owners. He has been a member of the Kaysville City Planning Commission since 2015, and has been reappointed.
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Sundloff worked for as a project manager and landscape architect at an architecture/engineering firm in Salt Lake City. While there Mr. Sundloff frequently worked with owners, developers, design professionals, contractors, and material suppliers on retail developments in Utah and Idaho. Mr. Sundloff was involved in all aspects of the design process of a project including, initial concept and site planning, entitlements, construction documents, bidding, and construction observation. Additionally, just prior to attending law school, Mr. Sundloff worked for as a senior planner at the Utah office of a national transportation engineering and planning firm. These experiences have given Mr. Sundloff a broad understanding of the construction and development industry and an ability to recognize the interests of those entities involved in the design and construction process.