City Council Minutes

Thursday, August 19,2004



ST. GEORGE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES
REGULAR MEETING
AUGUST 19, 2004, 4:00 P.M.
CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS

PRESENT:
Mayor Daniel McArthur
Council Member Suzanne Allen
Council Member Rod Orton
Council Member Larry Gardner
City Manager Gary Esplin
City Attorney Shawn Guzman
City Recorder Gay Cragun

EXCUSED:
Council Member Bob Whatcott
Council Member Gail Bunker

OPENING:
Mayor McArthur called the meeting to order and welcomed all present. The pledge of allegiance was led by Mayor McArthur, and the invocation was offered by Assistant Pastor Kelly Mzik of the Oasis Community Church.

Mayor McArthur announced that there were two addendums to the agenda, and one emergency item was added.

CITIZEN RECOGNITION:
Police Chief Marlon Stratton explained that James Seely found a backpack containing almost $1,900 in cash and travelers checks and turned it into the Police Department. Because of his honesty the money was returned to its rightful owner. Chief Stratton then presented a plaque to Mr. Seely in recognition of his honesty. Mayor McArthur then presented a six month premium pass to the Recreation Center to Mr. Seely for his honesty and integrity.

Police Chief Marlon Stratton explained that Ryan Coburn found $120.00 and turned it into the Police Department. Chief Stratton then presented a plaque to Mr. Coburn in recognition of his honesty. Mayor McArthur then presented Mr. Coburn with a six month premium pass to the Recreation Center in recognition of his honesty and integrity.

CONSENT CALENDAR:
Consider approval of the financial statement for June, 2004.

City Manager Gary Esplin explained that the financial statement is for the month ending the fiscal year. The City is in great financial condition, and all funds are fiscally in good shape.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Orton to approve the financial statement.

SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Allen.

VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

Mayor McArthur announced that since there were only three Council Members present, any action taken by the City Council had to be unanimous in order for a motion to pass.


AWARD OF BID:
Consider award of bid for badger meters and miscellaneous parts for the Water Department.

Purchasing Agent Sue Swensen explained that staff is recommending purchase of meters and miscellaneous parts from the manufacturer?s representative, Hydro Specialties, through a blanket purchase order in the amount of $125,000.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Orton to award the bid to Hydro Specialties through a blanket purchase order in the amount of $125,000.

SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Gardner.

Energy Services Director Barry Barnum explained that the City will eventually replace all meters in the City with new electronic meters as they are repaired, etc. There are about 27,000 meters in the City, and about one-fourth have been replaced with the electronic meters.

VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

AWARD OF BID:
Consider award of bid for four vehicles for the City?s golf facilities.
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Purchasing Agent Sue Swensen explained that staff recommends purchase of the vehicles through the State contract with Butterfield Ford, with lease-purchase financing. Financing with several different vendors was reviewed, but the Butterfield Ford financing gave the City the best rate, and the City can add the financing to other equipment which is being financed through them for the golf courses.

City Manager Gary Esplin explained that the only reason the City is financing the vehicles is because it is trying to keep golf course expenses in the Enterprise Fund and not use General Funds. This lease-purchase allows the City to acquire more equipment without having to pay out cash up front.

MOTION: A motion to approve award of the bid to Butterfield Ford with lease-purchase financing was made by Council Member Gardner.

SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Allen.

VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

AWARD OF BID:
Consider award of a blanket contract with Bryce Christensen Excavation for excavation, hauling, and compaction work.

Purchasing Agent Sue Swensen explained that the City has blanket contracts established with different contractors to provide these services, but the low bidder was unable to accept the job. Bryce Christensen was the second low bidder, and is able to provide the services needed. His price for moving soil and compacting it at Seegmiller Park is approximately $44,275. She recommended that the bid be awarded to Bryce Christensen Excavating, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $44,275.

City Manager Gary Esplin commented that funds in the Park Fund have been budgeted for this purpose. Mr. Christensen will also be taking soil of the Ft. Pearce Wash adjacent to the St. George Golf Club in order to alleviate flooding problems.


MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Gardner to award the bid to Bryce Christensen Excavating, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $44,275.

SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Orton.

VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

SPECIAL EVENT PERMIT:
Consider approval of a special event permit for a rock crawling and off-road challenge event. UROC, applicant.

City Manager Gary Esplin explained that the event will be held in the Tonaquint area. Staff is not aware of any problems resulting from last year?s event, and the application is in order. The City is also in possession of a letter from Gerry Brown approving access to the site.

Mark Patey, President of UROC, explained that last year?s event was very successful and will again be filmed by ESPN. The event will be held September 11.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Gardner to approve the special event permit.

SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Orton.

VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

SPECIAL EVENT PERMIT:
Consider approval of a special event permit for an outdoor dance. Fiesta Fun Center, applicant.

City Manager Gary Esplin explained that the outdoor dance will be held on September 4 from 8:00 p.m. until 12:00 p.m. Staff recommends approval subject to approval of the security plan and approval by the Fire Department.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Orton to approve the special event permit subject to approval of the security plan and approval by the Fire Department.

SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Gardner.

VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

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SET PUBLIC HEARINGS:
Associate Planner Mark Bradley advised that the Planning Commission, at its meeting held August 10, 2004, recommended that public hearings to be scheduled for September 23, 2004 at 5:00 p.m., or any time thereafter, to consider the following:

1. A zone change from A-1 to R-1-10 on 1.51 acres located at 1960 East 2700 South between River Road and the Jedora Estates Subdivision. Will Powell, applicant.

2. A zone change from A-1 to PD Residential on 54.18 acres located at 3000 East 2450 South. Ken Miller and Brad Oliverson, applicants.

3. An amendment to the existing Pheasant Springs PD zone to change the plan on the undeveloped 7.9 acres from single family detached dwellings to create a subdivision with nine single family residential lots adjacent to the Pine Brook Subdivision and establish a church site for a future LDS chapel at approximately 530 S. Indian Hills Drive. Cary Blake/C. Blake Homes, applicant.

4. An amendment to Title 10, Chapter 18, St. George City Code, to address heights and locations on corner lots.

5. An amendment to Title 10, Chapter 19, St. George City Code to change the parking standards for the various levels of schools.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Gardner to schedule the public hearings for September 23, 2004 at 5:00 p.m.

SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Allen.

VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

FINAL PLATS:
Associate Planner Mark Bradley explained that the Planning Commission, at its meeting held August 10, 2004, recommended approval of the final plat for Augustus Point Subdivision with 11 single family lots located at 1500 W. Snow Canyon Parkway. Quality Excavation, applicant.

Mr. Bradley advised that the Planning Commission also recommended approval of the final plat for Paragon Cove Townhomes at Stone Cliff Phase 3. Staff recommends that a rock hazard note be included on the plat.

Mr. Bradley advised that the Planning Commission also recommended approval of the final plat for El Dorado Valley Subdivision.

Gail Maxwell commented that a rock hazard note has never been required before, and each lot has its own engineering certificate certifying the durability of the wall. He stated he did not think the note was needed, but would do so if required.

Mayor McArthur commented he felt the note was a good idea, as several citizens have expressed concern that the rock might deteriorate over time and slough off.

Mr. Maxwell commented that a geo tech engineer certifies that the walls are stacked appropriately.

Mr. Bradley commented that if the City Council so desired, the note could be placed on the plat before the Mayor signed it.

Council Member Orton inquired if this had been required in the past in other areas.

Mr. Bradley replied that plats with hillside areas are generally required to have the note. If the Council required the hazard note on this plat, it would not require a new plat and would not hold up the progress of the project.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Allen to approve the final plats, subject to placement of a rock hazard note on the Paragon Cove Townhomes at Stone Cliff Phase 3 plat, and authorize the Mayor to sign the plats. The Mayor will sign the Paragon Cove Townhomes at Stone Cliff Phase 3 plat after the hazard note has been placed on the plat.

SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Orton.

VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.



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PRELIMINARY PLAT:
Associate Planner Mark Bradley explained that the Planning Commission, at its meeting held August 10, 2004, recommended denial of the preliminary plat for Fort Pierce Contractors Park (formerly Lot 19 of the Ft. Pierce Industrial Park) on a four to three vote due to the size of the lots. The City Council, on August 5, 2004, approved the vacation of Lot 19 of the Ft. Pierce Industrial Park. The applicant would like to subdivide the lot into 12 lots. The new lots are now about 30,000 sq. ft. in size, with a few at 40,000 sq. ft. The applicant, Mark Burgess, feels that putting in 1700 East would be a financial difficulty.

Mayor McArthur inquired of the applicant if he would like to table the item due to the fact that there were only three Council Members present, and any motion would have to be unanimous in order to pass.

Gilbert Jennings advised that he was representing the applicant, and that he wanted to proceed. He explained that there is demand for smaller lots, and there is good access all around the property. Mike Upwall is opposed to the project, and his lots are divided into parcels the same size as the proposed lots. The proposal allows the CC&Rs to stand requiring a 60 foot setback on lot lines. He requested approval of the plat. He advised that a new phase will have 30 small lots, but they will not be available until the first of the year.

Mayor McArthur commented that when someone buys a lot protected by CC&Rs, there is an expectation that the CC&Rs will be enforced.

Mr. Jennings replied that he has tried to honor these expectations, but the City approves smaller lots all the time and he is the last to know. He commented that Mr. Upwall?s subdivision was illegal, but this is difficult to monitor. He commented that the industrial park consists of 100 acres, and he still owns enough of the property to be in control of the board of trustees.

Mike Upwall commented that while Mr. Jennings is trying to make an issue of his property, his property was actually subdivided by Alan Archibald, and he was just a third party. He expressed concern about the large amount of truck traffic on the adjacent roadways, and the long, narrow lots with only 110' frontage proposed by Mr. Jennings.
The CC&Rs allow two individuals to utilize one piece of property, and he felt the lots were too narrow to be used by two different businesses. He also expressed concern with parking on the street and bad visibility. He stated that most of the lot owners in the area have large lots, which is the way the park was designed. He stated that Mr. Jennings was not following through with enforcement of the CC&Rs. The property is zoned M-1, and was developed as industrial property, not for use by contractors. If this were the case, the property should have been zoned C-3.

Mayor McArthur commented that the parcel has already been abandoned from the plat, and something will be developed on the parcels.

Mr. Upwall commented that the CC&RS limit the lots sizes to one acre.

Cheri Drew, representing Drew Cabinets, commented that she supported Mr. Upwall and was concerned that the character and value of her property be protected. She stated there has been selective enforcement of the CC&Rs and she has been disappointed to see the area go downhill each year. She expressed concern that by allowing smaller parcels of property, the area will become a ghetto.

Council Member Orton commented that he spent time on the site today and is surprised at the opposition. The City has need for all types of manufacturers, and he could not think of a better place for manufacturing to be located.

Mayor McArthur inquired of Mr. Jennings if he could meet all requirements for setbacks, truck traffic, frontage, etc.

Mr. Jennings replied that there was access on the south and north, and all lots are essentially 9/10 of an acre except two. There is a 60' setback requirement, and the property will be subject to the recorded CC&Rs, even though the lot has been abandoned. While this is a preliminary plat, it is still subject to some change. Semi trucks will be able to deliver to the lots, and parking is not allowed on the streets.

Council Member Orton inquired of Mr. Jennings if there was some reason he was not proposing one acre lots.

Mr. Jennings replied that he would lose two lots and thus eliminate buyers. The demand is for lots in size between one-half and one acre.

Council Member Orton inquired of Mr. Jennings if there would be only one business per lot.

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Mr. Jennings replied that the CC&RS state that there may not be more than two businesses on any one lot at any time.

Council Member Orton inquired of staff what the City Code would allow.

Community Development Director Bob Nicholson replied that there could be multiple businesses on one lot. The property could not be subdivided, but it could be subleased.

Council Member Orton commented that it would be easier if the lots were one acre.

Mr. Jennings inquired what the basis for this would be.

Council Member Orton commented he was more concerned with the frontage.

Cheri Drew inquired since there were violations of the CC&RS now, who would prevent the location of more than two tenants on one lot.

Mr. Jennings replied that he would like to have the privilege of changing the vacated lot because of current needs and the market condition.

City Attorney Shawn Guzman commented that the City would not become involved unless the City Code were violated. If owners are concerned about violation of CC&RS, they can hire an attorney and take legal action, but the City would not get involved.

Council Member Allen commented that while she can see both sides, she was concerned that the property is designated for manufacturing and small contractors should locate on commercial property. She stated she had a hard time seeing how a manufacturer could locate on a small piece of property.

Kevin Abraham commented that he needed a place for an office, an enclosure, and a protected back area for equipment. There is no property available in the St. George Industrial Park or Millcreek Industrial Park. With 110' frontage, he could build a 5,000 sq. ft. footprint, have a 60' setback, and still allow 50' on one side for access.

Council Member Gardner commented that he was surprised by the resistance to Mr. Jennings proposal, and he saw the proposal as a compliment to the area rather than a threat. He stated the proposed use would bring other appropriate uses and add value to the park. One size does not fit all, and the proposal makes sense and addresses an important need in the community.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Orton to approve the preliminary plat with a minimum of 40,000 sq. ft. lots.

SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Gardner.

Council Member Allen inquired if smaller lots would work in the other part of the Ft. Pierce Industrial Park where the property is unplatted.

Mr. Jennings replied that this would be wonderful.

VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and as follows:

Council Member Orton - aye
Council Member Gardner - aye
Council Member Allen - nay

The request was denied.

Council Member Allen commented that she would like to see two acre lots, as the area is zoned manufacturing, not commercial.

Mr. Jennings replied that two acres is too big for small businesses, and not all manufacturers need two acres.

PRELIMINARY PLAT:
Associate Planner Mark Bradley advised that the Planning Commission, at its meeting held August 10, 2004, recommended approval of the preliminary plat for The River Front with 21 single family detached dwelling units with the condition that no disturbance occur to the natural slope behind Unit 19. Riley Richardson is the applicant.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Gardner to approve the preliminary plat subject to the recommendations of the Planning Commission.

SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Orton.

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VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

LOT SPLIT:
Associate Planner Mark Bradley explained that the applicant, Grace Episcopal Church, proposes to divided a parcel of land located at 1190 East 900 South into two parcels - one containing 2 3/4 acres, and the other almost two acres. The Planning Commission recommended approval subject to the following conditions:

1. Separate deeds shall be prepared for each parcel.
2. Legal descriptions for each lot.
3. A utilities and drainage easement shall be completed, notarized and recorded.
4. The applicant shall submit for review all legal documents to the City Attorney?s Office.

Mr. Bradley advised that there is an existing conditional use permit for the church, and expansion of the church would not affect the lot split.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Orton to approve the lot split subject to the recommendations of the Planning Commission.

SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Allen.

VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

HILLSIDE DEVELOPMENT PERMIT:
Associate Planner Mark Bradley explained that the Planning Commission, at its meeting held August 10, 2004, recommended approval of a hillside development permit for a proposed single family residential development (Tonaquint Terrace). The Hillside Review Board also recommended approval. The applicant would like to establish a rock park on the western edge of the site and preserve it as natural area. Ed Burgess, Quality Excavation, is the applicant.

Council Member Orton commented that he would hate to see the City invest money in a public park where there is only one little area in which to access the park. He stated he would hate to see the park developed just for the property owners of the adjacent development unless a way could be figured out for everyone to access the park.

Jim Raines, representing Bush and Gudgell, explained that the rock outcroppings are extensive in the proposed park area. Additional land is being annexed by State Trust Lands and the park will eventually be much larger than presented now. However, this is all the land that can be offered by the applicant, as this is all he owns. Walls with wrought iron will be constructed to prevent encroachments.

MOTION: A motion to approve the hillside development permit was made by Council Member Orton.

SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Allen.

Council Member Gardner clarified that the City?s concern is to allow more people to access the park, and as future developments in this area come to the City for approval, this access needs to be an important part of the discussion.

VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT:
Consider approval of a conditional use permit for a detached garage with a height up to 22'4" and an enclosed sport court of similar height in an R-1-12 zone at 1347 South 2580 East. Rob Dias, applicant.

Assistant Planner Ray Snyder explained that the applicant would like to construct a residential garage and an indoor sport court. The height would exceed the allowable building height of 15' because the applicant would like the roofline of the garage to be in harmony with the roofline of the house. The Planning Commission recommends approval.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Gardner to approve the conditional use permit.

SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Orton.

VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

ENGINEERING CONTRACT:
Consider approval of an engineering and CMS contract with Sunrise Engineering for the installation of the sewer line in the Washington Fields.


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City Manager Gary Esplin explained that several years ago the City considered the placement of another outfall line in this area to serve Washington City. Sunrise Engineering did the preliminary work on that project, and the issue is now back to the City because of additional property development. Staff recommends approval of the agreement for a joint project with Washington City. The developers and two cities will share in the cost of the project.

Council Member Orton inquired what the City?s cost of the project would be.

Water Services Director Barry Barnum replied that the cost of the sewer project is $1.9 million, with engineering added to that figure. Engineering costs will another 12% of the total project cost.

City Manager Gary Esplin advised that the total cost of the project will be $2.1 million, with costs borne on a percentage basis. Approximately half the cost will be split between the developers.

MOTION: A motion to approve the agreement was made by Council Member Orton.

SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Allen.

VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

REIMBURSEMENT AGREEMENT:
Consider approval of a reimbursement agreement with Larry Belliston.

City Manager Gary Esplin explained that the reimbursement agreement is for joint proposed improvements along 280 East adjacent to Larry Belliston?s development, also connecting the road just west of the Mall with the Foxborough development south of Mr. Belliston?s property. The issue is whether the City should participate, and if so, in what amount. The property next to the wash, received from the Houston foreclosure, is not developable, and the question is whether the City, as property owner of the wash, should participate.

Council Member Orton inquired if the City would put in the road.

Mr. Esplin replied that the City is asking that the road be built for traffic circulation. Originally the City was going to build a trail on that side of the Middleton Wash, but the trail is now proposed for the other side of the wash. Direction from the City Council is needed.

Mayor McArthur inquired what the City has done in like situations.

Mr. Esplin replied that Mr. Belliston would like to deed some property to the City on the west side of the road, and then there would not be any development on the west side. He inquired if the City, as owner of the property, would then have the obligation to participate for traffic circulation.

Council Member Orton inquired if there was another area with similar circumstances in which the City participated.

Mr. Esplin replied that the City improves certain streets where there are no adjacent property owners to contribute to the project, such as along 900 South by the freeway fence. The City agreed to participate with the Jennings on the frontage road by the mall. Each instance depends on the circumstances.

Assistant City Engineer Jay Sandberg advised that this discussion began when the City was interested in a trail in the wash. The trail is now going to be on the west side rather than the east side. 1680 East has to be extended so the location of the road is set. The property line extends along the west side of the road. Mr. Belliston?s property crosses the road, with a piece ending up on the west side. The City has participated in similar project when there has been no one on the other side to bill. The road is locked into where it has to go. Mr. Belliston?s original proposal was for the City to participate in the amount of $49,000. When City staff reviewed the figures, they did not feel this amount was reasonable and cut it back to $36,000. Staff feels it would be reasonable for the City to pay for curb and gutter on the west side and 10' of asphalt, with the developer paying for 25' of asphalt and the embankment. This proposal has the City paying about 1/3 of the cost, with the developer paying about 2/3 of the cost.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Gardner to approve the agreement.

SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Allen.

VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.


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City Manager Gary Esplin inquired of Mr. Belliston if his intent is to donate property to the City for open space. If he retains the property, rather than donating it to the City, he would be required to develop the road himself.

Mr. Belliston replied that there was no reason not to donate the property to the City, and his intent has always been to do so.

City Manager Gary Esplin commented that if the property is donated to the City, the entire roadway will be done now.

Council Member Orton commented that if the City did not receive the property, it would not participate in the roadway improvement.

City Manager Gary Esplin commented that if the City did not receive the donation of property, it would improve just its frontage.

AMENDMENT TO CONTRACT:
Consider approval of an amendment of the November 6, 2003 Management Consulting Services contract and associated scope of work for revisions to the replacement airport EIS.

City Manager Gary Esplin commented that an additional $87,400 has to be added to the contract because of additional cultural resources, survey work, and land use planning between adjacent property owners. The FAA is covering 90% of the cost, and the City?s matching funds will come from the PFC fund. Staff recommends approval.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Gardner to approve the amendment.

SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Orton.

VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

REVISION TO MOU:
Consider approval of a revision to the MOU with the FAA regarding release of EIS information.

City Manager Gary Esplin explained that this item was added to the agenda as an emergency item, and is basically a housekeeping item. The revision will specify how the information will be released by the FAA, and the City agrees to abide by the manner in which they want to release the information. Efforts have been coordinated in compliance with FAA requirements. The agreement has been reviewed by the City Attorney.

MOTION: A motion to approve the revision was made by Council Member Allen.

SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Gardner.

VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

CONTRACT:
Consider award of a contract with Hendee Enterprises, Inc. for repairs to the Sand Hollow Aquatic Center.

City Manager Gary Esplin explained that a windstorm several months ago damaged the dome at the SHAC. A portion of the cost to repair the damage is covered by insurance, but it must be decided if it is best to repair or replace it. The cost to replace it is significantly higher than repairing it, and funds from the refunding of the recreation bonds have been earmarked to help with this project. Hendee Enterprises was involved in the initial project and appear to be the only one able to do this type of repair work. He recommended that the City proceed with repair of the dome.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Allen to approve the contract.

SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Orton.

VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

MISCELLANEOUS DISCUSSIONS:
Mayor McArthur advised that he recently met with Rene Daniels, representing the Factory Stores. She previously indicated to the City Council in a discussion about parking space at the Factory Stores that when Mrs. Powell?s bakery moved from the shopping center, the space would be returned to retail use. Now, however, another bakery would like to lease the space.



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Council Member Orton commented that the new Starbucks and J. J. Hunan restaurant are close enough to opening that any action should be postponed to see how they affect parking at the shopping center.

Mayor McArthur commented that the space was used as a bakery before, and was a bakery when the count was taking for parking. He stated he would have Ms. Daniels write a letter to the City Council.

Mayor McArthur then read a letter addressed to the City Council from Gloria Shakespeare regard building practices in the downtown area.

ADJOURN:
MOTION: A motion to adjourn was made by Council Member Orton.

SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Orton.

VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.



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Gay Cragun, City Recorder