City Council Minutes

Thursday, February 1,2007



ST. GEORGE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES
REGULAR MEETING
FEBRUARY 1, 2007, 4:00 P.M.
CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS

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

OPENING:
Mayor McArthur called the meeting to order at 4:05 p.m. and welcomed all present. The pledge of allegiance was led by Scout Casey Brazzeal and the invocation was offered by Alice Larson. Mayor McArthur advised that Council Member Allen was traveling back from Salt Lake City and would be a few minutes late.

Mayor McArthur read a proclamation proclaiming February as White Ribbons Against Pornography Month in the City. Teresa Willie accepted the proclamation and advised that a Decency Conference would be held at Snow Canyon High School on February 9.

Mayor McArthur invited the Scouts in the audience to introduce themselves.

City Manager Gary Esplin advised that there was one addendum item, a resolution opposing the proposed unsolicited offer to Delta Air Lines, and Item 6E, to consider approval of a conditional use permit to construct a five level climate-controlled storage building with a height exceeding 35' at 700 South west of Bluff Street, was tabled from the agenda at the request of the applicant.

Mayor McArthur announced that a Transportation Expo will be held at the Dixie Center on Tuesday, February 6 from 11:00 a.m. until 7:30 p.m.

AWARD OF BID:
Consider award of bid for various PVC parts.

Purchasing Manager Connie Hood explained that bid packages were sent to four local vendors. Three responded with the lowest bidder being Scholzen Products in the amount of $60,000. She recommended award of a blanket contract not to exceed $60,000 for the year to Scholzen Products.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Gardner to award the blanket contract to Scholzen Products in an amount not to exceed $60,000 for the year.
SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Bunker.
VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

CHANGE ORDER:
Consider approval of a change order to the Sunset Village groundwater project.

Purchasing Manager Connie Hood explained that the change order is in the amount of $200,000.

City Manager Gary Esplin commented that this change order was discussed in the last work meeting.


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

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SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Orton.
VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

AWARD OF BID:
Consider award of bid for asphalt repair and asphalt patching.

Purchasing Manager Connie Hood advised that three bids were received. The low bidder was Western Rock in the amount of $90,500. She recommended award of the bid to Western Rock in an amount not to exceed $90,000 for the year.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Orton to award the bid to Western Rock in an amount not to exceed $90,000 for the year.
SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Whatcott.
VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

AWARD OF BID:
Consider award of bid for a vibratory roller (compactor) with remote control for the Wastewater Collections Division.

Purchasing Manager Connie Hood explained that bids were received from two vendors, but only Scott Machinery?s bid met all the specs. She recommended award of the bid to Scott Machinery in the amount of $28,495.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Gardner to award the bid to Scott Machinery in the amount of $28,495.
SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Whatcott.
VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

AWARD OF BID:
Consider award of bid for two 2007 intermediate sized pick-ups for the Wastewater Collections Division.

Purchasing Manager Connie Hood explained that bid packages were sent to local vendors, but Ken Garff, who has the state contract, was the lowest bidder at $15,401.15 for each truck.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Bunker to award the bid to Ken Garff in the amount of $30,802.30.
SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Whatcott.
VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

AWARD OF BID:
Consider award of bid for fuel and diesel.

Purchasing Manager Connie Hood explained that a purchase order was set up with Overland Petroleum with a three year renewable option. This year is the third and final year of the blanket renewal. Staff is pleased with their level of service. She recommended extension of the option for another year in an amount not to exceed $945,000.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Orton to award the bid to Overland Petroleum in an amount not to exceed $945,000 for the year.
SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Whatcott.
VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

Council Member Whatcott commented that there was a 12% increase in 2006, and he inquired if this was in cost or use.

Ms. Hood replied that it was in use.
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BEER LICENSE/LOCAL CONSENT:
Consider approval of a beer license and local consent for a restaurant liquor license for the Olive Garden restaurant. Elizabeth Charlene Abney, applicant.

City Manager Gary Esplin advised that the application was in order and met all requirements. He recommended approval.

A gentleman, representing the Olive Garden, advised that the restaurant would open March 5.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Orton to approve the beer license and local consent.
SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Bunker.
VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

450 NORTH STREET:
Discussion concerning 450 North Street.

City Manager Gary Esplin explained that residents in the 450 North area would like to express their concerns with the traffic situation in this area.

David Chase read a statement concerning the growing traffic problem in the neighborhood, and submitted a petition requesting the City Council make approval of Linda Kirkpatrick?s proposed 94 unit townhome project contingent upon the completion of 450 North Street to 2450 East, as well as the connection of 2720, 2750 and 2860 East to 450 North. He advised that by using traffic count guidelines provided by City Traffic Engineer Aron Baker, he performed a traffic survey. The survey shows that between 5:00 and 6:00 p.m. there are 204 cars. During a 24 hour period this equate to over 2,000 vehicles. 450 North is currently rated for average daily traffic of 110-500 vehicles. A large portion of these vehicles also exceed the speed limit. He advised that residents, on a daily basis, struggle with getting in and out of their driveways, and it is only a matter of time before someone is hit or killed as a result of the traffic problem. He read the objective of the overall general plan and stated that the City has not met this objective. He stated that it was time the City fixed the problem and required developers to construct new roads and make improvements to existing roads. The traffic impact in the 450 North area is a result of development which has already taken place, and as a result, 450 North needs to be completed now.

Traffic Engineer Aron Baker explained that Linda Kirkpatrick has been developing in this area for 14 years, and this is the way her projects have been going in this area of town.
Traffic impact studies have not been required until this latest plat. The local streets are being used as collectors, and while he has not verified the 2000 cars a day number, as a rule of thumb the peak hour traffic would equate to 2000 cars a day, and this is a high number. Mall Drive has 3000 cars a day. He advised that 450 North Street would be completed, but it was a matter of timing. He stated that Ms. Kirkpatrick has been working around 450 North and not on 450 North, and he did not know if she had full ownership of the area.

Mr. Chase commented that 450 North needed to be completed regardless of Ms. Kirkpatrick?s project, and it needed to be done now.

City Manager Gary Esplin explained the City?s policy of waiting for an adjacent developer to pay their share of the road improvement costs. The City is willing to participate in the cost of finishing 450 North in the amount of $80,000, but the total cost of the project is $180,000. Ms. Kirkpatrick claims that her traffic study does not warrant finishing 450 North Street. If the City wanted to finish the road prior to Ms. Kirkpatrick?s participation, it would have to acquire property for dedication and the applicant feels her land is worth $450,000 an acre. The City would need 2.7 acres, which would be a net cost of over a million dollars.


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Council Member Gardner inquired about the possibility of using a development agreement requiring the developer to pay her proportionate share.

Mr. Esplin replied that the City would still have to come up with a million dollars to buy the property. He advised that the property in question is in Ms. Kirkpatrick?s ownership. She has concerns, however, about being able to develop the property to the west and its narrowness if the road is put in. If the City takes the property it would have to do so by condemnation. If the City waits until she develops the property, then it would only have to purchase the extra property needed.

City Attorney Shawn Guzman agreed with Mr. Esplin?s assessment. He stated he felt Ms. Kirkpatrick?s project could be held up by the City because of its impact on the roadway.

City Manager Gary Esplin commented there is also the question of who is generating the traffic in the area, and the City agrees that some of it is being generated offsite, and that is why it is willing to participate in the cost of the roadway.

Council Member Allen arrived.

City Attorney Shawn Guzman advised that if Ms. Kirkpatrick?s traffic study says that development of the remainder of her property does not create a need to finish the roadway, the City can look at the overall impact in the area and say that it is still more than the roads can handle, and that the applicant?s project does impact the area and the City can hold up her development until the road is put in.

City Manager Gary Esplin replied that this would not solve the existing problem today. The developer could wait out the City to see whether or not the City puts in the road.

An unidentified man commented that fire department and police personnel have to reroute around 350, and a few extra minutes could mean a lot. Even school buses are rerouted.

Gina Albright commented that an earlier City traffic survey found that 80% of the vehicles were speeding in this area. She suggested placement of unmarked police cars in the area to raise revenue for improvement of 450 North through citations. She stated that large equipment, cement mixers, fuel trucks and construction vehicles are also using neighborhood streets. Completion of 450 North would mitigate these traffic concerns. She stated that Ms. Kirkpatrick?s development would further compound the problem. She stated she felt Ms. Kirkpatrick has put off construction of 450 North for years and years and is not willing to do what needs to be done.

Mayor McArthur requested that a speed trailer be located in the area.

Jeff Jones commented that many children play in the street with cars speeding by at 60-70 mph. He stated that saving a million dollars does not warrant a child?s life.

Grant Parkinson commented that 350 has a slope. He suggested a power truck be used as a speed bump.

Police Chief Marlon Stratton advised that officers are assigned to this area as often as possible, and a speed trailer has been posted in this area. Several citations have also been written, and the officers will continue to do so.

BANNER POLICY:
Consider approval of a policy regulating temporary advertising banners.

Code Enforcement Officer Brad Young reviewed the changes to the proposed banner policy. A new provision will allow placement of temporary banners on leftover allowable wall space.


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Council Member Whatcott iinquired why the City would legislate a six week time period during the holidays and not legislating the remaining 11 months of the year.

Community Development Director Bob Nicholson replied that the difference is that no permit would be required during the holiday period. This was a recommendation from the Chamber of Commerce.

Council Member Bunker inquired if allowable wall space included windows.

Mr. Young advised that it would include windows.

Council Member Whatcott inquired if the recommended policy were more or less restrictive than the Sign Review Board?s recommendation in 2001 and 2006.

Mr. Young replied that the new policy is far less restrictive.

Council Member Gardner inquired if the Chamber was comfortable with the new policy.

Council Member Allen inquired if the new policy would be enforceable.

Mr. Young replied that it would be easily enforceable in one aspect, but some businesses will think they can put up as many banners as they want and not abide by the rules.

Council Member Bunker inquired how the businesses would be advised of the new policy.

Mr. Young replied that the information will be provided to the newspaper.

Council Member Whatcott inquired if the recommended policy was more restrictive than the current Sign Ordinance, but less restrictive than the recommendations made by the Sign Committee.

Mr. Young replied that the policy is far less restrictive than the Sign Review Board?s recommendations, and there is currently no ordinance for temporary banners.

Rus Behrmann, representing the Chamber of Commerce, explained that the Chamber supports the proposed policy and pledged to help in the education process.

An unidentified man commented that limiting banners to one per building will be a problem and is unwise.

Mayor McArthur replied that the City has to start somewhere, and nothing will satisfy everyone.

An unidentified man commented that many buildings have more than one frontage and banners should be allowed on all sides. One banner per side would be a compromise.

Council Member Orton commented that Staples, for example could have a permanent sign on its backside, and the City is trying to get away from temporary banners.

An unidentified man commented that a second banner should be allowed on a second side.

Council Member Gardner commented that this made sense and each side should be considered.

Mayor McArthur replied that Hollywood Video has four exposed sides, and this would mean they could put banners on all four sides. He stated this would create a cluttered look and should not be allowed.

Council Member Orton agreed with Mayor McArthur.

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MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Bunker to approve the policy as written, with an evaluation in a year or so.

Council Member Orton reminded Council Member Bunker that a few corrections were going to be made to the policy.

Planner Clayton Lucas clarified that Item A3 of the proposed policy would be reworded to compliment Item B1 of the proposed policy.

SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Allen.

Council Member Gardner commented he felt the policy was over-reaching and would be a challenge for staff to enforce. He stated he felt that there should be some flexibility for the businesses, and if there was not, he could not support the policy.

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

Council Member Bunker - aye
Council Member Allen - aye
Council Member Orton - aye
Council Member Whatcott - aye
Council Member Gardner - no

The motion carried.

PUBLIC HEARING/ZONE CHANGE/ORDINANCE:
Public hearing to consider a zone change from M-2 to M-1 on Lot 26 of the Millcreek Industrial Park Subdivision located on the northwest corner of the intersection of 3050 East and 450 North Street. Lee Sheets, applicant.

Community Development Director Bob Nicholson explained that the subject area consists of five acres. There is an existing building. The property is adjacent to M-1 zoning which allows more uses than the M-2 zone. The Planning Commission recommends approval.

Lee Sheets, applicant, advised there have been a number of changes in use in the area. The property is a sizeable area and a realtor advised that he would not be able to rent the space to one business. He stated he would like to have more flexibility to split up the uses and not have to come to the City each time for a conditional use permit or variance.

Mayor McArthur opened the public hearing. There being no public comment, he closed the public hearing.

Council Member Orton recommended that the zoning be changed for others in this area, too, and not just for this one corner.

City Manager Gary Esplin replied that when the City started the Millcreek Industrial Park, it had high aspirations that it would be a different type of park. It now cannot compete with other areas. The City should look at changing the entire area to the same zone. Millcreek served the City well and was successful, but it is not what it was envisioned to be.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Orton to approve the zone change by ordinance.
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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PUBLIC HEARING/PRELIMINARY PLAT:
Public hearing to consider approval of a preliminary plat for The Residences at Green Valley Spa with 14 dwelling units located south of Canyon View Drive and between the Trend West Resort and the Coyote Inn at Green Valley. Alan Coombs, applicant.

Project Engineer Cathy Hasfurther explained that the applicant had a site plan and buildings elevations approved by the City. He now wants to sell the 14 units as individual townhome units. To do so he was required to come back with a preliminary plat. Access will be the same as used for the Coyote Inn.

Mayor McArthur opened the public hearing.

A. Don Davis requested clarification of the access. He stated the project is well underway.

He was advised that access will be the same as used for the Coyote Inn.

Council Member Gardner explained that the project had already been approved. The only difference now is that the applicant would like to subdivide and allow individual ownership of the units.

There being no further public comment, Mayor McArthur closed the public hearing.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Gardner to approve the preliminary plat.
SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Bunker.
VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

PUBLIC HEARING/PRELIMINARY PLAT:
Public hearing to consider approval of a preliminary plat for The Bluffs Phase 2 with 10 single family homes located at 1039 South 250 West. Dick Geisler, applicant.

Planner John Willis advised that this phase will complete the Bluffs development. There are no issues, and staff recommends approval.

Mayor McArthur opened the public hearing.

Lee Scott advised that he has called the City numerous times to complain about the dust. When the enforcement officer comes out, the contractor promises to take care of it, and then goes on his way. He stated he was reasonable and realized there would be a little dust. He inquired how the dust problem would be addressed in this new phase. He commented he was disgusted with enforcement with regard to dust and dirt in the neighborhood.

Mayor McArthur explained that City employee, Bill Swensen, has been charged with the duty to handle dust issues. An Air Quality Committee has also been formed to deal with these issues.

City Manager Gary Esplin explained that Mr. Swensen and/or the Air Quality Committee has the authority to shut down a project for violations.

Richard Evans commented that buildings in the area are covered with dust and the residents are stuck with the liability of cleaning them. He inquired if drainage through the complex had been taken care of.

Project Engineer Cathy Hasfurther replied that she had not seen the conceptual drainage study and this would be done during the construction drawing stage.


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Richard Evans expressed concern about the view being taken away by construction of two walls above the complex.

An unidentified woman commented that she has a dust allergy and has to keep her home closed up. She suggested that the City begin a recycling program.

Ms. Hasfurther clarified that the two proposed rock walls have been eliminated. As far as drainage, the applicant will be required to pipe the roof drains into the private street and out onto 250 West.

An engineer representing the applicant explained that with regard to storm drainage, the ground slopes from 250 West to the retaining wall. Everything from the new building will be diverted and routed through the private street through Phase 1 and into 250 West. This should get rid of 80% of the storm water. He advised that the lava rock behind the new phase will remain natural and undisturbed.

There being no further public comment, Mayor McArthur closed the public hearing.

Council Member Whatcott commented that there appeared to be three issues; the first is dust, which staff will take care of. The second is water from Phase 1, which has nothing to do with this new phase, and the third is protection from the dust and water. It sounds like the engineers are solving the water problem, and the dust problem needs to be solved.

Dick Geisler, applicant, advised that Phase 1 was developed 10-12 years ago and there were never problems with the water until this past year. He stated that he has taken plants and drip lines out to solve the problem. He stated, however, that his project is above Gardens South, and there is a slope. He stated he did not want problems with his neighbors and if he creates a problem, he will fix it. He stated there have not been any water problems for the past two months.

Council Member Whatcott commented that a property owner is responsible for his/her water.

Mr. Geisler replied that he realized that.

Richard Evans commented he did not believe the water was now running because it had been shut off. He stated that water is running constantly in the gutter along 950 South from Mr. Geisler?s project. He stated he wanted more than lip service, and wanted something in writing so that Mr. Geisler would be required to fix the problems.

Mayor McArthur advised that problems between the developer and neighbors in Phase 1 are a civil matter.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Whatcott to approve the preliminary plat, noting for the record that there was a concern with water and dust issues which need to be taken care of.
SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Gardner.
VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

REPORT FROM PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING:
Report from the Planning Commission meeting held January 23, 2007.

Community Development Director Bob Nicholson advised that the Planning Commission, at its meeting held January 23, 2007, scheduled a public hearing before the City Council to consider a zone change request from PD Commercial and R-1-10 to C-2 on five acres located at 1333 East 100 South (Settler?s RV Park), for February 15, 2006 at 5:00 p.m.




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FINAL PLAT:
Community Development Director Bob Nicholson advised that the Planning Commission, at its meeting held January 23, 2007, recommended approval of the final plat for Chaco West Phase 1 with 22 single family lots located at Chaco Trail and Chettro Trail on the west side of the Entrada development.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Orton to approve the preliminary plat.
SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Gardner.
VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT:
Consider approval of a conditional use permit to construct a five level climate-controlled self-storage building with a height exceeding 35' at 700 South west of Bluff Street. Dennis Lyman, applicant.

This item was tabled at the applicant?s request.

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT (2007-CUP-001):
Consider approval of a conditional use permit for the Town Square tower with a height of 41' to the roof midpoint. City of St. George, applicant.

Planner Ray Snyder explained that the subject property is the old library area which was recently demolished, and is part of the Town Square project. The tower is an unoccupied architectural feature. Staff recommends approval.

Mayor McArthur advised that the Town Square project will be completed by October 1.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Orton to approve the conditional use permit.
SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Bunker.
VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

Mr. Snyder advised that discussion on a hillside development permit related to the tabled conditional use permit would also be tabled.

AGREEMENT:
Consider approval of an agreement with Ron Mansfield to act as condemnation attorney to acquire land at the replacement airport site.

City Manager Gary Esplin recommended approval of the agreement should a condemnation attorney be needed for consolidation of the airport property.

Airport Manager Mike LaPier explained that Mr. Mansfield is a land acquisition attorney from Salt Lake City and comes highly recommended by UDOT.

City Attorney Shawn Guzman advised that he is comfortable with the recommendation and that Mr. Mansfield has a good reputation.

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.

City Attorney Shawn Guzman clarified that any needed condemnations would be friendly and done at the request of the property owner for tax purposes.

AIRPORT LEASE:
Consider renewal of an airport ground lease with Stephen Howcroft.


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Airport Manager Mike LaPier explained that Mr. Howcroft?s current lease has expired. He recommended approval of a new lease through the end of 2010 at the current lease rate.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Allen to approve the lease.
SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Bunker.
VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

RESOLUTION:
Consider approval of a resolution opposing the proposed unsolicited offer to Delta Air Lines, Inc.; to provide an effective date of this resolution; and for other purposes.

City Manager Gary Esplin explained that this was the addendum item, but was no longer
needed.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES:
Consider approval of the minutes of the City Council work meeting held January 11, 2007.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Orton to approve the minutes as amended.
SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Gardner.
VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

Consider approval of the minutes of the regular City Council meeting held January 18, 2007.

MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Orton to approve the minutes as amended.
SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Gardner.
VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.

ADJOURN TO EXECUTIVE SESSION:
MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Gardner to adjourn to an executive session to discuss personnel, land acquisition, and a possible lawsuit.
SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Allen.
VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a roll call vote, as follows:

Council Member Gardner - aye
Council Member Allen - aye
Council Member Bunker - aye
Council Member Orton - aye
Council Member Whatcott - aye

The vote was unanimous and the motion carried.

RECONVENE:
MOTION: A motion to reconvene was made by Council Member Allen.
SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Bunker.
VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried.


MISCELLANEOUS DISCUSSIONS:
City Manager Gary Esplin updated the Mayor and City Council on negotiations with Eldon McArthur for road alignment right-of-way for a new school.

A brief discussion on improvement of 450 North was held.


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Department head salaries were reviewed.

A brief discussion was held on a request by the AOPC to allow an automatic 3/4" meter rate for all homeowners.

A brief discussion was held on a request for a live-in drug treatment center in a commercial zone on 700 South.

City Manager Gary Esplin was excused from the meeting.

A discussion was held concerning the City Manager?s salary.

Council Member Whatcott advised that Wailea Falls has not been able to move the big mound of dirt as directed by the City Council because City staff will not give them a grading permit.

Council Member Whatcott inquired if during nighttime hours stoplights can be switched to blinking yellow one way and blinking red the other way. The Mayor and City Council mandated that this be done.

A meeting will be scheduled with Bryce Christensen concerning his gravel extraction operation.

Council Member Allen presented an update on an MPO meeting she attended in Salt Lake City.

The meeting adjourned at 8:45 p.m.



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Gay Cragun, City Recorder