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City Council Meeting Minutes Minutes 07/20/2017:
ST. GEORGE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES REGULAR MEETING JULY 20, 2017, 5:00 P.M. CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS   PRESENT: Mayor Jon Pike Councilmember Jimmie Hughes Councilmember Michele Randall Council...


City Council Meeting Minutes Minutes 06/15/2017:
   ST. GEORGE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES REGULAR MEETING JUNE 15, 2017, 5:00 P.M. CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS   PRESENT: Mayor Jon Pike Councilmember Jimmie Hughes Councilmember Michele Ra...


Meeting Minutes Minutes 05/04/2017:
ST. GEORGE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES REGULAR MEETING MAY 4, 2017, 5:00 P.M. CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS   PRESENT: Mayor Jon Pike Councilmember Jimmie Hughes Councilmember Michele Randall Councilme...


Meeting Minutes Minutes 06/01/2017:
ST. GEORGE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES REGULAR MEETING JUNE 1, 2017, 5:00 P.M. CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS   PRESENT: Mayor Jon Pike Councilmember Jimmie Hughes Councilmember Michele Randall Councilm...


Meeting Minutes Minutes 05/18/2017:
ST. GEORGE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES REGULAR MEETING MAY 18, 2017, 5:00 P.M. CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS   PRESENT: Mayor Jon Pike Councilmember Jimmie Hughes Councilmember Michele Randall Councilm...


City Council Meeting Minutes Minutes 03/15/2018:
ST. GEORGE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES REGULAR MEETING MARCH 15, 2018, 5:00 PM CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS   PRESENT:              &n...


City Council Meeting Minutes Minutes 07/06/2017:
ST. GEORGE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES REGULAR MEETING JULY 6, 2017, 5:00 P.M. CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS   PRESENT: Mayor Jon Pike Councilmember Jimmie Hughes Councilmember Joe Bowcutt Councilmembe...


City Council Meeting Minutes Minutes 02/01/2018:
ST. GEORGE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES REGULAR MEETING FEBRUARY 1, 2018, 5:00 P.M. CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS   PRESENT: Mayor Jon Pike Councilmember Jimmie Hughes Councilmember Michele Randall &nbs...


Meeting Minutes Minutes 03/16/2017:
ST. GEORGE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES REGULAR MEETING MARCH 16, 2017, 5:00 P.M. CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS   PRESENT: Mayor Jon Pike Councilmember Jimmie Hughes Councilmember Michele Randall Counci...


Meeting Minutes Minutes 04/20/2017:
ST. GEORGE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES REGULAR MEETING APRIL 20, 2017, 5:00 P.M. CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS   PRESENT: Mayor Jon Pike Councilmember Jimmie Hughes Councilmember Michele Randall Counci...


City Council Minutes 03/02/2017:
ST. GEORGE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES REGULAR MEETING MARCH 2, 2017, 5:00 P.M. CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS   PRESENT: Mayor Jon Pike Councilmember Jimmie Hughes Councilmember Joe Bowcutt Councilmemb...


Public Notice - Transfers from Enterprise Funds Public Hearing 06/07/2018:
  Notice of Public Hearing Purpose:              The City of St. George, Utah will hold public hearings to review and take...


City Council Meeting Minutes Minutes 03/22/2018:
ST. GEORGE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES REGULAR MEETING MARCH 22, 2018, 4:00 PM VERNON WORTHEN PARK/ADMINISTRATIVE CONFERENCE ROOM   PRESENT:         &nb...


City Council Minutes 07/19/2007:
... five vehicles through the state contract with Ken Garff in the amount of $106,860. 11 vehicles have been approved in the budget. Five vehicles are in stock, and the remainder will be ordered later. Police Chief Marlon Stratton advised that in comparison to the Crown Victorias, the officers have found the Dodge Chargers to get better gas mileage, they have a better braking system, and are good with cornering and high speed driving. MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Orton to award the bid to Ken Garff through the State contract in the amount of $106,860. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Gardner. VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried. AWARD OF BID: Consider award of bid for Palmer IV Prelude IV rye grass seed. Purchasing Manager Connie Hood explained that five bids were received but only three bid the brand and type of seed requested. She recommended award of the bid to the low bidder, Helena, in the amount of $141,680. City Manager Gary Esplin explained the seed is used to overseed the parks and golf courses. MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Allen to award the bid to Helena in the amount of $141,680. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Bunker. VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried. AWARD OF BID: Consider award of bid for cationic polymer. St. George City Council Minutes Page Two July 19, 2007 Purchasing Manager Connie Hood explained that this is a sole source product. She recommended award of the bid to Polydyne in the amount of $108,360. The City?s cost last year was $107,000+. The product is used to treat wastewater. Council Member Bunker suggested it would be helpful to have explanations for each bid item in the City Council packets. MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Bunker to award the bid to Polydyne in the amount of $108,360. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Gardner. VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried. AWARD OF BID: Consider award of bid for yellow and white traffic paint. Purchasing Manager Connie Hood explained that this item is a sole source item through Ennis Paint who is the UDOT state contract supplier. She recommended purchase of the paint in the amount of $41,512.50. MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Whatcott to award the bid in the amount of $41,512.50 to Ennis Paint. 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 marathon shirts. Purchasing Director Connie Hood explained that four bids were received. She recommended award of the bid to New Age Marketing who is not the lowest bidder but submitted the best shirt for the best unit cost of $7.49 each for a total of $38,813.18. Last year?s shirts cost $6.50 each. This is a new company, and references were checked. Council Member Gardner advised that the marathon runner application fees cover the cost of the shirts. MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Orton to award the bid to New Age Marketing in the amount of $38,813.18. 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 CONTRACT: Consider approval of a modification to the Brigham Road contract with Horrocks Engineering. Purchasing Manager Connie Hood advised the amount of the contract is $67,921. City Manager Gary Esplin explained that Horrocks Engineering is now designing River Road from the interchange to the elementary school. It was determined to try and build an additional road to tie into Flying J. Engineering, design and environmental are needed for the road. Property owners support the new road, but the issue now is the bear claw poppy and the environmental review process. The new road will move the access into Flying J several hundred feet further to the east to allow more stacking distance. MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Allen to approve the contract modification. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Bunker. VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried. AWARD OF BID: Consider award of bid for phase two of the 100 West storm drain project. St. George City Council Minutes July 19, 2007 Page Three Purchasing Manager Connie Hood explained that four bids were received. She recommended award of the bid to the low bidder, Triwest Construction, in the amount of $1,180,397. MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Bunker to award the bid to Triwest Construction in the amount of $1,180,397. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Orton. VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote and all voted aye. The motion carried. City Manager Gary Esplin explained the project extends from 150 South down Main Street and under the freeway. The completion date is October 1. AWARD OF CONTRACT: Consider approval to extend the engineering agreement with Bowen Collins for the Bloomington Hills sewer project. Purchasing Manager Connie Hood explained the amount of the contract is $63,630. MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Gardner to extend the agreement with Bowen Collins. 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 policy regarding rezoning requests in the Little Valley plan area and implementation of a voluntary density bonus program. City Manager Gary Esplin advised there was a question whether this action should be done by resolution, ordinance or policy, and the City Attorney determined the need for adoption by ordinance, which will be presented at the next meeting. The Mayor and City Council established a committee to review issues of the master plan for 3000+ acres in Little Valley. The master plan was completed and there is some question concerning the kind of development that can occur in this area. It was determined the intent of the Mayor and City Council in approving the master plan was a base density of two units per acre or RE-20 density. Anyone wanting to develop can apply for half acre lots. There was discussion about small developments and the opportunity for someone to apply for higher density. The committee was charged with the job of reporting back to the Council its recommendations, which consist of three development options: (1) half acre lots; (2) a Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND), without a density limitation based on stipulations and requirements and design standards; and (3) a density bonus program. If a developer wanted to provide 15% of the development in open space, he could get a density bonus of .5 units per acre, etc. A development agreement would be required, which could allow for an equivalent of R-1-10 density based on the amenities provided. This gives the City Council ultimate flexibility to look at each project individually. City Attorney Shawn Guzman stated that this is just a temporary zoning regulation so that those who want to move forward with their projects can under these conditions. There is more tweaking to be done with regard to smaller projects and TNDs. Mayor McArthur advised that Jim Eardley asked that his request for a zone change be tabled. City Attorney Shawn Guzman commented that this temporary policy gives the City Council flexibility to allow a developer to propose alternatives to some of the factors, and flexibility will be built into the final ordinance as well. Deputy City Attorney Paula Houston advised that with regard to small parcels where it may not be feasible to require a park, a developer can propose alternatives or other amenities, and the City Council can look at these proposals and make a determination if they are appropriate. City Attorney Shawn Guzman advised that the committee also discussed pocket parks. St. George City Council Minutes July 19, 2007 Page Four Mayor McArthur advised that pocket parks would have to be public. Council Member Allen commented it was important to encourage clustering to preserve open space, and clustering should be included as part of the design standards. Council Member Gardner commented that this new approach allows for large lots and clustering and more open space, and works for existing residents as well as for developers. Council Member Orton commented that early on in the discussions the City Council indicated it would protect the agricultural zones. He inquired if this was still the intent and included in the plan. City Manager Gary Esplin replied that through a development agreement a developer will have to provide 15% in open space and the City Council can require large lots adjacent to agricultural lots. Council Member Gardner commented that lot size averaging allows for a variety of approaches. Council Member Whatcott inquired why the plan did not address land in public ownership such as landscape strips. Deputy City Attorney Paula Houston replied that this could be decided on a case by case basis and included within the development agreement. Council Member Whatcott commented that the plan addresses only land in private ownership. City Attorney Shawn Guzman replied that the City Council has the flexibility to look at each proposal. City Manager Gary Esplin advised that the committee recommends that the policy be formally adopted by ordinance at an upcoming meeting. The action today is approving a policy that will guide the application process. MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Gardner to approve the resolution. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Orton. VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a roll call vote, as follows: Council Member Gardner - aye Council Member Orton - aye Council Member Whatcott - aye Council Member Allen - aye Council Member Bunker - aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. Council Member Gardner commented that when the focus is on design, the density issues take care of themselves. RESOLUTION: Consider approval of a resolution for the Wastewater Self-Assessment Report. City Manager Gary Esplin explained that the Wastewater Division does a self-assessment every year and is doing an excellent job. MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Allen to approve the resolution. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Bunker. VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a roll call vote, as follows: St. George City Council Minutes July 19, 2007 Page Five Council Member Allen - aye Council Member Bunker - aye Council Member Orton - aye Council Member Whatcott - aye Council Member Gardner - aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. RESOLUTION: Consider approval of a resolution adopting connection fees for utility services. City Manager Gary Esplin explained that the City currently does not have a fee for the actual physical connection of utilities to the system. The proposed fee covers the City?s costs. The connection fee for water and power is proposed to be $20 when crews actually have to go out and make the connection, $10 when just the meter has to be read, and no charge for a name change only. MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Orton to approve the resolution. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Bunker. VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a roll call vote, as follows: Council Member Orton - aye Council Member Bunker - aye Council Member Allen - aye Council Member Whatcott - aye Council Member Gardner - aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. RESOLUTION: Consider approval of a resolution authorizing condemnation of properties at the Replacement Airport site. City Manager Gary Esplin advised that approval of this item would authorize the City, if necessary, to condemn certain properties at the replacement airport site. The City is under a tight time frame in securing the property, and has already purchased several parcels. Offers to purchase have been made on all the parcels, and it is believed a vast majority of them can be acquired without condemnation. Since the City is using FAA funding, it has to follow their procedures in order to use the funds. MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Bunker to approve the resolution. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Gardner. Council Member Gardner advised that if the City has to exercise its condemnation power, the property owners will receive market value for their property. VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a roll call vote, as follows: Council Member Bunker - aye Council Member Gardner - aye Council Member Allen - aye Council Member Bunker - aye Council Member Whatcott - aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. SPECIAL EVENT PERMIT: Consider approval of a special event permit for the Tour de St. George event. Ryan Gurr, applicant. City Manager Gary Esplin explained that the Tour de St. George is a bike race. Staff has reviewed the request and recommends approval. The event was held last year without St. George City Council Minutes July 19, 2007 Page Six any major problems. The Police Department will be closing some streets. The race will culminate at the new Town Square and will be a great activity to kick off the opening of the Town Square. Ryan Gurr, applicant, advised that the event is in October. Main Street will be closed from Tabernacle to 100 South for the staging area. The Tour de St. George is a 100 mile bike ride for charity. He advised he was anticipating 400 riders. MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Gardner to approve the permit. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Allen. City Manager Gary Esplin advised that the applicant is working with Marc Mortensen to tie the race into the Town Square grand opening events. VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried. Mayor McArthur called for a brief break. PUBLIC HEARING/AMEND CITY CODE/ORDINANCE: Public hearing to consider an amendment to Title 10, Chapters 5 and 6, St. George City Code, to add provisions allowing for commercial stable facilities as either a permitted or conditional use. Council Member Gardner declared a conflict of interest. He advised he may participate in the discussion, but he would not vote. He then left the stand. City Planner Ray Snyder explained where the Mining and Grazing and A-20 zones were located within the City. The proposed ordinance is for the A-20 and Mining and Grazing zones only at this time. He then explained the permitted and conditional uses allowed within the zones and the conditions attached to each. Council Member Orton inquired if the ordinance addressed animals other than horses. He commented that since there would be roping, cattle needed to be included in the ordinance. City Manager Gary Esplin replied that the applicant would be allowed to have the number of cattle allowed in the AG zone. Council Member Orton commented that someone could have 240 head of cattle on 240 acres. Council Member Orton commented he wanted to make sure the cattle were allowed. Council Member Bunker inquired about reducing the buffer to 200'. Mayor McArthur replied that the buffer was left at 300'. Council Member Orton explained the buffer was left at 100' from arenas and 300' from corrals. Council Member Orton inquired if the ordinance addressed the total number of any kind of animal. Council Member Orton replied that 12 large animals per acre are allowed in the AG zone. He stated the applicant would be allowed 150 head of horses, and he wanted to make sure that cattle for roping would also be allowed. Ryon Gardner advised that more than 30 head of cattle would be needed for roping. He suggested that 50 cattle would be better, with 30 at a minimum. Council Member Orton advised that he wanted to make sure the cattle were used for recreational purposes, and not a commercial feed yard operation. He stated he St. George City Council Minutes July 19, 2007 Page Seven personally did not care about the number of cattle as long as they were for recreational use. Larry Gardner commented that their interpretation was that the default number would be the total number of large animals allowed in the AG zone. As far as animals permanently located on the site, their preference would be to stay within the definition in the AG zone. City Manager Gary Esplin clarified that the applicant could only have a maximum of all animals combined. Larry Gardner commented that if he is boarding only his own horses the buffer can be only 100' - if he boards others the buffer has to be 300'. Whether leasing or owning, there is no difference. He stated his preference was to allow the same setback as in AG areas. Council Member Bunker commented she was thinking along the same lines, and perhaps 200' was a sufficient buffer. City Manager Gary Esplin commented that there is a difference in use. If the applicant boards 150 horses, then possibly 150 people will come to see their horses. Mayor McArthur opened the public hearing. Paul Iverson commented that the City Council decided that a 100' buffer was adequate in the Little Valley area, and it seems to be a double standard to impose a 300' buffer on this applicant. Commercial operations are cared for a lot better than private operations because stalls must be cleaned every day in commercial operations. He stated it appeared the City Council was biased toward agriculture, as every time anything happens with agriculture, the decision is made against it. There being no further public comment, Mayor McArthur closed the public hearing. Council Member Allen commented that a 300' buffer is suggested because of the commercial operation. Council Member Orton commented that the proposed location is a great place for a commercial operation if the 300' buffer is acceptable. Ryon Gardner commented that a smaller buffer would provide more flexibility. Council Member Whatcott commented that he did not have a problem with a 200' buffer. Council Member Allen inquired why only a 100' buffer was required for an arena as it would create dust when used. Larry Gardner replied that the arena would not be heavily used. He requested a decision be made tonight one way or the other. Council Member Allen commented that to her, the arena was more cause for concern than the barn. She inquired about a buffer of 200' for both. MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Bunker to approve the amendment by ordinance requiring a 200' buffer for the corrals and 100' for the arena. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Whatcott. VOTE: Mayor McArthur called for a roll call vote, as follows: Council Member Bunker - aye Council Member Whatcott - aye Council Member Orton - aye Council Member Allen - no St. George City Council Minutes July 19, 2007 Page Eight The motion carried. Council Member Gardner returned to the stand. PUBLIC HEARING/ZONE CHANGE/ORDINANCE: Public hearing to consider a zone change from A-1, A-20 and Open Space to R-1-10 on 106.73 acres located between Little Valley Road and the proposed extension ...


Planning Commission Minutes 06/12/2007:
...Agricultural) and OS (Open Space) to R-1-10 (Single Family Residential) on 106.73 acres located between Little Valley Road and Commerce Drive. Triple Bogey, applicant, Mr. Ed Burgess, representative. Case No. 2007-ZC-014PLANNING COMMISSIONJune 12, 2007Page TenPlanner John Willis presented the slides of the parcel in Little Valley area. He indicated that the request is to rezone 106.73 acres to R-1-10. The Little Valley Master Plan was recently changed to allow a maximum zoning density of 3.3 du/acre without a TND, which this rezone would conform. The applicants are proposing a lot size averaging subdivision, which would be permitted under the R-1-10 zone. John stated the following staff comments;1. The City’s concurrency policy requires at least one collector roadway to have 32 ft. of asphalt width that connects the development to the closest higher-order road that has at least 32 ft. of asphalt width. Summerset is proposing to use Little Valley road for access, which has approximately 23 ft. of asphalt width. To meet the concurrency standard, Little Valley Road will be required to be widen to a minimum of 32 ft. of asphalt where it is not, from Summerset north to 2450 South.2. Based on the delay at the intersection of River Road and 2450 South, Summerset should enter into an agreement with the City to participate at least 10% (or $13,000) of the traffic signal when it is warranted and installed.3. Located along Little Valley Road, is Master Planned trail.4. A minimum of 100' separation is recommended between the existing equestrian subdivision property line and Summerset.Ed Burgess said this was before Planning Commission about a month ago. At that time they were requesting an TND plan. They have joined up with adjacent property owners’ to come up with this plan which is before you tonight. Becky Roper asked about the back side of the homes if there could be some feathering for the animal rights. Becky asked about the SID’s and how that would be paid. Scott Roper said they do have concerns on Little Valley Road. Dan Maxfield said they are not opposed to the zone request. He would like to request that when new residents take custody of their new home that they sign an agreement that there is a gravel site nearby and therefore they will be subject to dust and noise. Council Member Bunker made a point to say that she feels sad that after they put in months and months of the work on the TND and not to see them move forward with that type of design. PLANNING COMMISSIONJune 12, 2007Page ElevenEd Burgess said they are prepared to produce 540 acres next to this propose subdivision as a TND project. Ed said he has met with the City Manager and they have turned in their application today. The City Manager is committed to see this project underway.MOTION: Commissioner Bracken made a motion to recommend to City Council approval of a zone change request from A-1, A-20 (Agricultural) and OS (Open Space) to R-1-10 (Single Family Residential) on 106.73 acres located between Little Valley Road and Commerce Drive with sta...


City Council Minutes 04/05/2001:
...er Gary Esplin presented six bids received: Stapp Construction $227,106 Arnell-West $295,388 Progressive Contracting, Inc. $365,000 Sunroc Corporation $370,925 California Landscape & Design, Inc. $373,500 Merrick Young, Inc. $499,000 He advised that initially staff was concerned the low bidder, Stapp Construction, who was also awarded a bid for a skate park in Sandy with the same construction time lines as the City’s, would not be able to perform in a timely manner. However, Stapp Construction has assured City staff that they will be using local contractors and will be able to manage both projects. Staff therefore recommends award of the bid to Stapp Construction in the amount of $227,106. The estimate for the project was $300,000. Councilmember Whatcott expressed surprise at the difference between the two lowest bids and wondered if perhaps something was left out of the bid. Parks Superintendent Lynne Scott replied that staff researched the company and was comfortable with the bid. City Manager Gary Esplin advised that the Rotary Club expressed interest in making the skate park a major civic project. They are currently raising funds for the project and will contact local businesses and subcontractors to try and reduce the cost of construction. A motion to award the bid to the low bidder, Stapp Construction, in the amount of $227,106 was made by Councilmember Orton and seconded by Councilmember Allen, wh...


Arts Commission:
Assist the City cultural planning policies.  Render assistance to local schools to improve the quality of arts education at elementary, secondary and college levels.  Support and cooper...


City Council Meeting Minutes Minutes 02/16/2017:
ST. GEORGE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES REGULAR MEETING FEBRUARY 16, 2017, 5:00 P.M. CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS   PRESENT: Mayor Jon Pike Councilmember Jimmie Hughes Councilmember Michele Randall &nb...


City Council Meeting Minutes Minutes 03/01/2018:
...o one master plan document.  The cost would be for the amount of $145,106.00.    Mayor Pike mentioned that this is particularly important due to all the development and potential development on the south block, southern parkway.    MOTION:      A motion was made by Councilmember Arial to approve the Professional Service Agreement with Bowen, Collin and Associates for the Culinary Water, Secondary Irrigation, Wastewater Collections and Wastewater Treatment Capital Facilities Plan and Impact Fee Facilities Plan Updates as presented for $145,106.00.            ...


City Council Regular Meeting Agenda Agenda 01/09/2020:
... i.     Consider approval of a new hangar lease on Lot 106 with Steven and Meriann VanBatavia.   BACKGROUND and RECOMMENDATION:  This is a new hangar lease with Steven and Meriann VanBatavia on lot 106. The hangar will be a newly constructed hangar.  Staff recommends ...


City Council Meeting Minutes Minutes 06/08/2017:
ST. GEORGE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES REGULAR MEETING JUNE 8, 2017, 5:00 P.M. ADMINISTRATIVE CONFERENCE ROOM   PRESENT: Mayor Jon Pike Councilmember Michele Randall Councilmember Joe Bowcutt C...


Planning Commission Minutes 01/10/2012:
...). The parking ratio for an office is 1:250. This building will require 106 spaces which they are showing on their plans. They show 24.5% of the site in landscaping open space. Staff will verify that the current landscape ordinance is met.Ray said staff comments are as follows:1. A 26,550 square foot three story professional office building with 106 parking spaces on Lot 12 are recommended for approval to the City Counc...


City Council Minutes 09/03/2015:
...2600 North; zoning is RD-R. The purpose of the amendment is to amend lots 106 – 108, 112, 119, 123, 126, 130 and 131. Lots 106, 112, 120, 123, 126 and 131 were increased in size to accommodate a lar...


City Council Agenda 05/05/2016:
...plicant. E. Public hearing to consider changing the zone on approximately 106.478 acres generally located at the southwest corner of the intersection of Seegmiller Drive and 3000 East Street from A-1 (Agricultural) to R-1-12 (Single Family Residential 12,000 sq. ft. minimum lot size). Development Solutions Group, applicant. 4. ORDINANCES A. Consider approval of an ordinance amending the final plat for Stone Cliff Phase 13 Amended. B. Consider approval of an ordinance amending the Planned Development Commercial Subdivisions Boulder Creek Commons and Boulder Creek Crossing commercial center sites located at the intersection of 1450 South Street and River Road by adding a master sign plan. C. Consider approval of an ordinance amending the Boulder Creek Crossing Planned Development Commercial Subdivision by amending lot 1 located on the west side of River Road in the vicinity of Bundy Lane to allow for the development of a Stevens Henager College and professional office building. D. Consider approval of an ordinance amending the Boulder Creek Crossing Planned Development Commercial Subdivision by amending lot 6 to allow for the development of a restaurant building. E. Consider approval of an ordinance changing the zone on approximately 106.478 acres generally located at the southwest corner of the intersection...


City Council Minutes 03/03/2016:
...connection with the Cemetery and the All Abilities Park. The low bid was $106,922.05. Purchasing Manager Connie Hood stated the low bidder was Interstate Rock Products. MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Hughes to award the bid to Interstate Rock Products for the traffic signal at Dixie Drive and 1600 South in the amount of $106,922.05. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Councilmember Baca. VOTE:...


Planning Commission Minutes 04/24/2007:
...al 20 acres, and Open Space) to TND (Traditional Neighborhood District) on 106.73 acres. The project is Summerset at Little Valley. Located between Little Valley Road and Commerce Drive. Mr. Jim Raines, Bush & Gudgell, representative. Case No. 2007-ZC-005Community Development Director Bob Nicholson announced that this is the City’s first proposed TND project. Recently the City approved a revised General Plan for the area of Little Valley. The project consist of 106 acres between Little Valley Road and Commerce Drive. Current zones are...


Planning Commission Minutes 08/14/2007:
...andon Anderson, representative. The zoning is RE-12.5. Case No. 2006-FP-106B. Consider approval of a final plat for Escalera Estates Phase 2; a four (4) lot single-family residential subdivision located at 1900 East and Middleton Drive. Mr. Brandon Anderson, representative. The zoning is RE-12.5. Case No. 2006-FP-107C. Consider approval of a final plat for Escalera Estates Phase 3; a two (2) lot single-family residential subdivision located at 1900 East and Middleton Drive. Mr. Brandon Anderson, representative. The zoning is RE-12.5. Case No. 2006-FP-108Chairman Almquist read the final plats into the record as one item. MOTION: Commissioner Burks made a motion to recommend to City Council approval of final plats 1A through C and authorize chairman to sign. Commissioner Nobis seconded the motion. All voted aye.PLANNING COMMISSIONAugust 14, 2007Page TwoPRELIMINARY PLATConsider a preliminary plat request for Montecito Town Homes on 0.73 acres (31,806 sq. ft.). There are 8 units existing on the site (2 buildings with 4 units in each). Located at the west side of the intersection of Valley View Drive and Indian Hills Drive. Mr. and Mrs. Bergel, applicants. Bush and Gudgell Inc., representative. The zoning is R-3 (Multiple Family). This is a conversion of existing apartments into townhomes. Case No. 2007- PP-010Senior Project Engineer Cathy Hasfurther pointed out that the name Montecito Townhomes will be changed to Montecito Condo’s. Cathy said these units are located on Indian Hills Drive and Valley View Drive. The applicant will need to build a 6 ft. privacy wall along the rear of their property to separate their units from an R-1-10 single-family subdivision. This proposed plan is to create a subdivision with 8 existing multi-family units. This is an existing apartment complex with 8 units and 2 buildings. The applicants desire to subdivide for individual ownerships. The construction drawings were approved in 2003 and the current site does not reflect those drawings. The following are staff comments;1. Landscaping along the private drive should conform to the construction drawings and preliminary plat, which is required to meet the 30% landscaping minimum required by the ordinance.2. The dumpster enclosure is required to have a sight obscuring gate as shown on the construction drawings and per ordinance.3. The site is adjacent to a single-family zone (R-1-10) in the rear, which requires a 6 ft. solid fence.4. Given that these are existing units, in order to ensure compliance with the above requirements, the approval/recordation of the final plat should be subject to the completion of the above requirements.5. A Homeowners Association should be established to ensure maintenance of drives and landscaping.Commissioner Bracken asked if the units have been inspected and upgraded to meet all the building requirements for condo’s. The question is do they have the fire wall that needs to be between units. Heather Tebbs with Bush & Gudgell asked if there is another inspection other than the inspection that is done for the Certificate of Occupancy? Commissioner Bracken said there should be an inspection to make sure that there are double walls between the units. Heather said the plans she has shows the double wall. She did not personally visit there but she did see the walls on the plans. The City’s Fire Department said the walls are there and should be appropriate. Heather said the applicant always intended to have these apartments turned into condos’ so she had the fire walls put in for that very reason. PLANNING COMMISSIONAugust 14, 2007Page ThreeCommissioner Nobis asked about the parking. Heather replied the parking stalls are numbered to correlate to the units. There is one covered parking space and one uncovered. The plans also show one handicapped parking slot.Mr. Barry Carlson the attorney for Bergel’s said during the process of construction the walls would have shown up during the construction drawings process. The reality is they are dealing with the buildings and not the building codes. All the issues of landscaping, parking and fire walls have all been dealt with during the Certificate of Occupancy.Mr. Carlson said the preliminary plat shows some landscape strips. The landscape strip is outside of the walls and not inside of the walls. In order to have the landscape exposed to this development they would have to force the neighbors to tear down the walls and move the walls back 2 ft. and then re-landscape. They will have the dumpster’s covered. They are requesting not to build the privacy wall along the back. If Planning Commission asks for the privacy walls, then they would ask if they could place a bond so they could have up to 12 months to build the separation walls. Commissioner Taylor said when Snowfield Estates asked for a change in their zoning to align their zones with the road that went through about a year half ago. Has this always been an R-1-10 zone for Snowfield or has this been part of that change in zone? If this had not been R-1-10 at the time, this project was developed then they would not have needed the privacy wall at that time to be put up. Bob Nicholson said the code states that the burden falls on the multi-family units to have the privacy wall up when they are next to a single-family zone. Commissioner Nobis asked if the landscaping had to be on the outside of the wall or inside the wall. Mr. Carlson the attorney said the ordinance does not state where the landscaping needs to be located. He pointed out that the wall is about 2-3 ft. inside the property line and the landscaped part of the land is other side of the property owners. Cathy Hasfurther said the wall is not shown on the plans. It just shows an area where the landscaping is located. Staff had no idea there was a wall there. Commissioner Bracken said townhomes do need to have double walls with the four sheets of sheet rock so his question is do residential condo’s have to have double walls or is it just sheet rock. Cathy replied she can verify that with Kevin Taylor, Deputy City Fire Marshall to make sure they are up to code. Commissioner Bracken pointed out that the Planning Commissioner’s were the body that is suppose to have the answers to some of these questions that have been brought up tonight before this item moves forward to City Council. Deputy City Attorney Paula Houston said she agrees PLANNING COMMISSIONAugust 14, 2007Page Fourwith Commissioner Bracken’s statement. These items should be agreed upon before this item moves forward.Heather Tebbs said between the foundation of the wall and the drive there is an 1" or 2" and at the widest spot would be 8". This would make it very difficult to put in landscaping in such an area along the walls. Heather spoke on the driveway access for the adjacent single-family lots on the south and north side of the entrance to the condo’s.Chairman Almquist asked Deputy City Attorney Paula Houston that this was advertised as townhomes instead of condo’s - is that a problem. Paula replied there would be a public hearing at the City Council level and that could be corrected before the notices go out at that time. MOTION: Commissioner Taylor made a motion to recommend to City Council approval of a preliminary plat request for Montecito Townhomes on 0.73 acres (31,806 sq. ft.). There are 8 units existing on the site (2 buildings with 4 units in each). Located at the west side of the intersection of Valley View Drive and Indian Hills Drive. Mr. and Mrs. Bergel, applicants. Bush and Gudgell Inc., representative. The zoning is R-3 (Multiple Family). This is a conversion of existing apartments into townhomes, subject to these items; 1)that it meets the fire code and building code of double walls that could be done by inspection by the Fire Department but it needs to be confirmed so the units can be owned by individually ownership, 2) the garage doors need to be established, 3) the privacy wall is required by a multi-family unit and should be included for condition for approval, and 4) establish a Homeowner’s Association and 5) include staff’s comments. These issues should be resolve before this goes to City Council. Commissioner Bracken seconded the motion. All voted aye. LOT SPLITSA. Consider a lot split request to divide one parcel into two for property located at approximately 150 North, 900 East. The proposed lot split would result in Parcel No. 1 being 1.20 acres and Parcel 2 being 2.87 acres. The property is zoned C-2 (Highway Commercial). The owner is S.W.A.C. East, LCC by Stephen Wade. The engineers are Rosenberg and Associates. Mr. Brandon Anderson is the contact. This is for the State Liquor Store project. Case No. 2007-LS-004Planner Ray Snyder said this request is made to accommodate a State Liquor Store project. The total acreage for this area is 4.08 acres. The proposed lot split which make Parcel 1 for 1.20 acres (52,380 sq. ft.) and Parcel 2 will be 2.87 acres (125,160 sq. ft.). Ray said the public utility easements are required around both created parcels. This property is not within a recorded subdivision. Staff recommends approval with the following conditions;PLANNING COMMISSIONAugust 14, 2007Page Five1. Provide separate deeds for each created parcel.2. In addition to the legal descriptions that appear on the R.O.S. (Record of Survey; which is filed with the County Recorder/and is noted recorded) provide the city a separate 8-1/2 x 11 legal description for each parcel (for the case file).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.Traffic Engineering Conditions1. All access issues shall be resolved with the City Traffic Engineer.MOTION: Commissioner Campbell made a motion to recommend to City Council approval with staff comments for a lot split request to divide one parcel into two for property located at approximately 150 North, 900 East. The proposed lot split would result in Parcel No. 1 being 1.20 acres and Parcel 2 being 2.87 acres. The property is zoned C-2 (Highway Commercial). The owner is S.W.A.C. East, LCC by Stephen Wade. The engineers are Rosenberg and Associates. Mr. Brandon Anderson is the contact. This is for the State Liquor Store project. Commissioner Hullinger seconded the motion. All voted aye.B. Consider a lot split request to divide one parcel into two for property located at approximately 3430 East south of 2000 South. The proposed lot split would result in Parcel No. 1 being 3.927 acres and Parcel 2 being 3.948 acres. The property is zoned A-1 (Agricultural). The owner is Mr. Dustin Moore. The surveyor is Bundy Surveying Incorporated. The request is made to accommodate a single-family home construction. Case No. 2007-LS-005Planner Ray Snyder said this request is made to accommodate a single family home. The proposed lot split for Parcel 1 would be 3.927 acres and for Parcel 2 - 3.948 acres. This property is not located in a recorded subdivision. Staff recommends approval with the following standard conditions;1. Provide separate deeds for each created parcel.2. In addition to the legal descriptions that appear on the R.O.S. (Record of Survey; which is filed with the County Recorder/and is noted recorded) provide the city a separate 8-1/2 x 11 legal description for each parcel (for the case file).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.5. Approval for septic tank by City Council is required.Traffic Engineering Conditions1. All access issues shall be resolved with the City Traffic Engineer.2. Install standard street improvements (curb, gutter, etc.).PLANNING COMMISSIONAugust 14, 2007Page SixCommissioner Nobis asked about the easements if they need to be abandoned and put in another place. Staff replied no.MOTION: Commissioner Hullinger made a motion to recommend to City Council approval with staff comments for a lot split request to divide one parcel into two for property located at approximately 3430 East south of 2000 South. The proposed lot split would result in Parcel No. 1 being 3.927 acres and Parcel 2 being 3.948 acres. The property is zoned A-1 (Agricultural). The owner is Mr. Dustin Moore. The surveyor is Bundy Surveying Incorporated. The request is made to accommodate a single-family home construction. Commissioner Nobis seconded the motion. All voted aye.Chairman Almquist asked the Boy Scout Troup1688 in the Green Springs area of Washington to introduced themselves. Chairman Almquist moved to the public hearings and will return to the other items on the agenda after the public hearings are heard.ZONE CHANGES - PUBLIC HEARING (5:00 P.M.)A. Consider a zone change request from Ivory Homes, Mr. Colin Wright representative, to rezone approximately 79 acres from OS (Open Space) to PD (Planned Development) on land that is contiguous to and southwest of the existing Hidden Valley Master Plan and consider a request to amend the existing PD zoning on approximately 585 acres of the Hidden Valley Master Plan. The amendment to the existing Master Plan consists of the realignment of Hidden Valley Road, the removal of a school site, the addition of a church site, the addition of an RV site, the relocation of a club house, and the renumbering of several P.A. (Planned Areas). Case No. 2007-ZCA-017Planner Ray Snyder said this request is to revise the PD Text and graphics for Hidden Valley Master Plan. Ray spoke on the change to the PD in the year 2000. Ray pointed out the new locations for the amendment. The requests are as follows;1. To rezone approximately 79 acres from OS (Open Space) to PD (Planned Development) that is contiguous and southwest of the existing Hidden Valley Master Plan.2. To amend the existing PD zoning on approximately 585 acres of the Hidden Valley Master Plan to: a) Realign the roadway (Hidden Valley Road) b) Add church site c) Remove school site d) Add RV storage sitePLANNING COMMISSIONAugust 14, 2007Page Seven e) Relocate Club House f) Remove P.A. (Planning Area) 2.5 thru 2.7 and 3.1 thru 3.8 g) Add new location for P.A. 3.1 thru 3.9 h) Add new P.A. 5.1 & 5.2 (SITLA 79 acres)Staff comments are as follows;1. The requests are consistent with the General Plan designation of Medium Density Residential.2. The realignment of Hidden Valley Drive is supported by staff.3. The number of dwelling units has increased by 90, but this is reflected in the addition of P.A. 5.1 and 5.2 which staff supports.4. The applicant shall demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Planning Commission the design for future P.A.’s, the Club House, and the RV storage area at the August 14, 2007 meeting or return in the future with a BDCSP application at future meetings for separate approval.5. As required by City ordinance a hillside review shall be required for any proposed hillside development over 20%.6. The street radius in P.A. 4.1 and 5.1 shall be to the satisfaction of the City Traffic engineer and meet City street design standards.Ray said he did have a phone call from the Washington School District and they were concerned about the school site being removed.Colin Wright applicant said about a year ago they had about 80 acres for a new location for schools. But the district said they did not want a site there. Then last Thursday he heard from the school district they want an elementary school there. He will return to the school discussion once it is determined if they want a school there or not. Colin spoke on the changes and the reasons behind the changes.Tom Vincent said they have been very good neighbors. His concern is the trail system to the west side he has not seen any plans for that trail system being there anymore. There is no sidewalk on that side and their mailboxes are on that side. He would like to see the trail system being reconsidered.Colin Wright said he met with Milly Cockerill from the City’s Park Department and Ray Snyder and Collin would like to help out with that sidewalk issue but he would like to work together with the City and try to get this done. It would be hard for Ivory Homes to bear that whole expense so they would need some help from the City to accomplish that task.PLANNING COMMISSIONAugust 14, 2007Page EightMOTION: Commissioner Bracken made a motion to recommend to City Council approval of a zone change request from Ivory Homes, Mr. Colin Wright representative, to rezone approximately 79 acres from OS (Open Space) to PD (Planned Development) on land that is contiguous to and southwest of the existing Hidden Valley Master Plan and consider a request to amend the existing PD zoning on approximately 585 acres of the Hidden Valley Master Plan. The amendment to the existing Master Plan consists of the realignment of Hidden Valley Road, the removal of a school site, the addition of a church site, the addition of an RV site, the relocation of a club house, and the renumbering of several P.A. (Planned Areas), with staff comments and the understanding the City Parks Department and others will work together on the trail system getting down to the parks. Commissioner Taylor seconded the motion. All voted aye. BDCSP (Building Design Conceptual Site Plan) and BUILDING HEIGHT approvalConsider a building design and conceptual site plan (BDCSP) to construct a new 150,000 sq. ft. seven level medical out-patient facility. The height proposed will exceed 35 feet. The project IHC DRMC Outpatient Pavillion. The owner is IHC Hospitals, Inc. The site is located behind the existing hospital on River Road and is accessible by East Medical Center Drive and/or Foremaster Drive. Case No. 2007-BDCSP-001Planner Ray Snyder said the applicants attended a Planning Staff Review meeting on April 17, 2007. They brought in a building design and conceptual site plan to construct approximately a 150,000 sq. ft. (Note: A provision is shown for a future expansion to this proposed building on the north side of 4 levels at 85,680 sq. ft. and an outside obstacle course is also proposed). IHC is proposing to meet the demands of outpatient volumes which are near hospital capacity. This request will allow expansion of physical therapy and rehabilitation programs. Significant needed medial office space will also be provided. Ray presented the list of services this facility would provide; 1) balance/neurological rehabilitation, 2) occupational hand therapy; 3) occupational/physical therapy pediatric program; 4) speech therapy; 5) sports medicine; 6) café; 7) life flight team sleeping quarters; 8) executive physicals area; 9) comprehensive spine program;PLANNING COMMISSIONAugust 14, 2007Page Nine 10) MRI/Ultrasound/X-Ray imaging; 11) operating rooms; 12) PACU; 13) Endoscopy; 14) recovery; 15) physician office space.Ray said the building is proposed to have seven levels consisting of a parking level, lower level, first floor, second floor, third floor, fourth floor and mechanical level. The building will be located behind the existing hospital on River Road. The project would be accessible by East Medical Center Drive and/or Foremaster Drive. Ray stated the applicant presents the maximum roof peak which would be 80 ft. above the first floor level. The maximum roof peak would be 94.66 ft. above the lower level and 106.66 ft. above the parking level (lowest level). The existing hospital i...


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