City Council Agenda
City Council Meeting Agenda

Thursday, April 4,2019

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NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL

OF THE CITY OF ST. GEORGE,

WASHINGTON COUNTY, UTAH

 

Public Notice

 

Public notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of St. George, Washington County, Utah, will hold a regular meeting in the City Council Chambers, 175 East 200 North, St. George, Utah, on Thursday, April 4, 2019 commencing at 5:00 p.m.

 

 

The agenda for the meeting is as follows:

 

Call to Order                                                                                                              

Invocation

Flag Salute

 

1.           Comments from the public.

 

The Open Comment Period provides an opportunity to address the Mayor and City Council regarding concerns or ideas on any topic.  To be considerate of everyone at this meeting, public comment will be limited to three minutes per person.  Participants are to state their names for the record.  Comments, which cannot be made within these limits, should be submitted in writing to the City Recorder at christina.fernandez@sgcity.org.

 

The Mayor and City Council encourage civil discourse for everyone who participates in the meeting.

 

Comments pertaining to an agenda item that includes a public hearing or public input should be given as that item is being discussed during the meeting.

 

2.           Consent Calendar.

 

a. Consider approval of a Purchase and Sale Agreement with Dominion Energy.

 

BACKGROUND and RECOMMENDATION:  This agreement is for the sale of an 1.69 acre easement to Questar Gas Company (aka Dominion Energy) located south or Red Cliffs Drive near Middleton Wash for the amount of $6,647.  Staff recommends approval.

 

          b.  Consider approval of a property purchase from Sunroc Corporation

 

BACKGROUND and RECOMMENDATION:  This purchase is for 1.054 acres of property located between Fieldstone Estates Ph 5 & 6 and the Ft. Pearce Wash to facilitate the extension of Quarry Ridge Drive (future) and erosion protection.

Staff recommends approval.

 

c.  Consider approval of the financial report for February, 2019.

 

     BACKGROUND and RECOMMENDATION: As of February 28, 2019, the City has completed eight (8) months or 66.67% of the fiscal year.  In relation to that, the General Fund revenues are at 66.21%.  General Sales tax continues to perform well as new construction related revenues.  The General Fund expenditures are at 56.73% of the budget year-to-date.  Overall departments are doing well to stay within their year-to-date budgets.  Those departments that may be slightly over budget are due to large equipment purchases or seasonal programs. Staff recommends approval.

 

d.  Consider approval of an agreement between the City of St. George and Convergint Technologies to replace the security cameras at the Sand Hollow  Aquatic Center.

    

     BACKGROUND AND RECOMMENDATION: Agreement between the city and Convergint Technologies to replace the security cameras at the Sand Hollow  Aquatic Center. This will improve resiliency, resolution, and video quality. The old security system is an analog camera system, this will replace them with digital security cameras for added functionality. Staff recommends approval.

 

e.  Consider approval of a Landscape Maintenance Agreement with UDOT for the Bluff Street / Sunset intersection area.

 

     BACKGROUND AND RECOMMENDATION: As part of the Bluff Street improvement project the City and UDOT desired pedestrian and landscaping improvements.  This required that the City of St. George would agree to maintain the improvements.  Staff recommends approval.

         

f.   Consider approval of an agreement with Harmony Public Involvement for Airport Closure Public Relations.

    

     BACKGROUND AND RECOMMENDATION: The city desires services to be performed by consultant that include: frequent email updates to community members and stakeholders, mayor and city council, creation of runway project logo, creation of retractable banners and stands, development of stakeholder database, creation of tri-fold to hand out at Neighborhood Open Houses and Chamber of Commerce luncheon, creation of project specific Facebook page, photos of construction in progress and final report of PR efforts and successes.  Staff recommends approval.

 

g.  Consider award of a bid to Geneva Rock Products for the Micro Surfacing Project.

 

     BACKGROUND AND RECOMMENDATION: Micro-surfacing is a slurry seal type material that has advanced additives that make it more durable and suitable for higher traffic streets.  Two formal bids were received.  Staff recommends approval. 

 

3.       Consider amending an existing development agreement recorded against two (2) unplatted lots along 1400 East, south of Tamarack Ridge Estates Phase 4 and north of Painted Desert Estates Phase 9.

 

          BACKGROUND AND RECOMMENDATION: In 2005 a development agreement was recorded against two (2) lots: parcel SG-5-3-5-2306 and SG-5-3-5-23031 to restrict the buildable pad on each lot.  The applicant is requesting to amend the "Exhibit B" which illustrates the buildable pad areas.  Said lots are south of Tamarack Ridge Estates Phase 4, north of Painted Desert Estates Phase 9 and east of the Bloomington Hills Golf Course.  Staff recommends approval.

 

 

4.       Consider approval of an ordinance amending and enacting Title 9, Chapter 14, Section 2, 3.A., 7.B.2-5. and 8.C-E, of City code pertaining to Stormwater Management.

 

BACKGROUND AND RECOMMENDATION: The federal government has established      criteria for control of the introduction of pollutants into local municipal storm sewer systems and has mandated that each municipality adopt regulations to require compliance from pre-construction operations and for the long-term maintenance of post construction Storm Water Facilities.  Staff recommends approval.

 

5.       Consider approval of an ordinance enacting a fee schedule for civil penalties for stormwater deficiencies.

 

          BACKGROUND AND RECOMMENDATION: The federal government has mandated that each municipality adopt regulations to require compliance from construction operations and for the long-term maintenance of post construction Stormwater Facilities. this ordinance well enact a fee schedule for deficiencies.  Staff recommends approval.

 

6.       Consider approval of a final  plat for the 1140 South Street Church Subdivision.

 

          BACKGROUND AND RECOMMENDATION: This the final subdivision plat for 1140 South Street Church Subdivision, a 1-lot subdivision located at 1140 South Street and 3210 East Street; zoning is A-1 (Agricultural 40,000 SQ/FT minimum lot size).  Planning Commission recommends approval. 

 

7.       Consider approval of a conditional use permit to allow construction of an approximate 21' high RV Garage on Lot 65 in the Red Butte Phase 4 subdivision located at 2588 South 2310 East.

 

          BACKGROUND AND RECOMMENDATION: Accessory structures are limited to 15' in height, unless a conditional use permit is granted for a greater height.  This structure’s height would be approximately twenty-one feet to the midpoint of the roof (building height), thus necessitating the purpose of this conditional use permit request.  Planning Commission recommends approval.

 

8.       Consider approval of a conditional use permit for a Historic District Bar Establishment  in the Advenire Hotel located at the southwest corner of Main Street and St. George Boulevard.

 

          BACKGROUND AND RECOMMENDATION: This is a request for a CUP, in order to operate a bar establishment in the Advenire Hotel. This bar would be operated in the ‘boutique’ hotel currently under construction in the downtown “City View” mixed use development project.  Planning Commission recommends approval. 

 

9.       Consider approval of the final plat for Amira at Green Valley.

 

          BACKGROUND AND RECOMMENDATION:  This is the final subdivision plat for Amira at Green Valley, a 47-unit residential condominium subdivision located at 1999 West Canyon View Drive; zoning is PD-R (Planed Development Residential 5,000 SQ/FT minimum lot size).    Planning Commission recommends approval.

 

10.     Consider approval of the final plat for the Residences at Four Fifty.

 

          BACKGROUND AND RECOMMENDATION:  This is the final subdivision plat for the Residences at Four Fifty, a 38-lot residential subdivision  located at 450 North Street and 2720 East Street; zoning is PD-R (Planed Development Residential 5,000 SQ/FT minimum lot size).  Planning Commission recommends approval.

 

11.     Consider approval of a roadway dedication plat for 750 North and 3050 East

 

          BACKGROUND AND RECOMMENDATION:  This is a roadway dedication plat that for 750 North and 3050 East Street; zoning is M-1 (Manufacturing with no minimum or maximum lot size).  Planning Commission recommends approval.

 

12.     Public Hearing and consideration of an ordinance for an amended final subdivision plat for Lot 34 & 35 in the Colony Park Subdivision Phase 2 by vacating the public utilities  and drainage easement between said lots and to merge a portion of Lot 34 into Lot 35.

 

          BACKGROUND AND RECOMMENDATION: This request is to consider an Amended Final Subdivision Plat to merge a portion of Lot 34 into Lot 35, Colony Park Subdivision Phase 2 and vacate the public utilities and drainage easement located between said lots.  This request has been approved by City staff and Joint Utilities Committee (JUC).  This is located at 916 S. 800 E. Cir.; Zoning is R-1-10 (Single-Family Residential 10,000 SQ/FT minimum lot size).  Planning Commission recommends approval.  

13.     Appointments to Boards and Commissions of the City.

14.     Reports from Mayor, Councilmembers, and City Manager.

15.     Request a closed session to discuss litigation, property acquisition or sale or the character and professional competence or physical or mental health of an individual.

16.     Adjourn.

 

 

Annette Hansen, Deputy City Recorder             Date

 

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