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City Council Meeting Minutes Minutes 02/15/2018:
... to construct a building approximately thirty-seven (37) feet in height at 131-145 North 300 West. Wes Davis, applicant. AND BUILDING DESIGN CONCEPTUAL SITE PLAN: Consider approval of a request for a building design conceptual site plan to develop a mixed-use project on approximately .80 acres located at 131-145 North 300 West. Wes Davis, applicant. Planning and Zoning Manager John Willis presented the request for a conditional use permit to construct a building approximately thirty-seven (37) feet in height at 131-145 North 300 West. He presented a PowerPoint presentation covering the following topics: aerial map; zoning map; site plan; landscape plan. The Planning Commission recommended denial due to there not having enough commercial; however, since then the applicant has modified the request. He continued with the PowerPoint presentation covering the following topics: amended proposal; elevations; proposed floor plan/ perspective view; rendering; and materials & colors. He mentioned the applicant has modified the request since the Planning Commission meeting; staff recommends approval of the modifications. The applicant is requesting to reduce the guest parking requirement to zero (0). City Attorney Shawn Guzman added that staff met with the applicant to discuss the request; he feels this is a good compromise. St. George City Council Minutes February 15, 2018 Page Eight Applicant Wes Davis commented that the code says the ground floor needs to be twelve (12) feet tall on the footprint; this is the reason for the height of thirty-seven (37) feet. They are trying to mitigate the remainder of the residential property to the north. He noted that they have spoken with the residents in the areas. City Attorney Shawn Guzman noted that the residents asked for the properties to be zoned commercial. Mr. Davis requested the reduction in guest parking. MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Randall to approve the conditional use permit to construct a building approximately thirty-seven (37) feet in height at 131-145 North 300 West. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Councilmember Baca. VOTE: Mayor Pike called for a vote, as follows: Councilmember Hughes – aye Councilmember Randall – aye Councilmember Bowcutt – aye Councilmember Arial – aye Councilmember Baca – aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Arial to approve the building design conceptual site plan to develop a mixed-use project on approximately .80 acres located at 131-145 North 300 West, including the parking reduction as presented. SECO...


City Council Minutes 11/21/2002:
... Williams approached the Council, he was approved for 120 students but had 131 at the time. He inquired of Mr. Williams if he had ever been over the 132 permitted. Mr. Williams replied that he is currently at 132, is licensed for 132, and that is the number he has today. He was asked at the Planning Commission meeting if he had more beds than that, and the answer is yes. If the Council approves this request, he only plans to add four students for a total of 136 at this time, but will be able to add more in the future. Council Member Orton inquired if the new building would have to be used to house the four additional students. Mr. Williams replied that he already had the beds. The new addition has nothing to do with expansion. If he went to the capacity of 145 students, then the new building would have an effect and space would be taken that is now housing other things and put into the new building. He requested a base of 132 students. Council Member Orton commented that the minutes of the February 22 Council meeting indicate that the applicant would like 120 students so that he could legally have 132. He commented he did not read anywhere in the minutes where Mr. Williams requested a base of 132 students. St. George City Council Minutes November 21, 2002 Page Six Mr. Williams replied that last time he came to the City Council it was his first time to ask the Council to set the number of students. Because of the excitement at the last meeting, it became impossible for him to seek approval for a base of 132, but that was the plan. What he said at the last meeting was that he had 131 students, and he had to have at least 120 approved, but he was actually seeking 132. Mayor McArthur replied that it was never stated that way, instead it was stated that he needed 120 to get to 132. Mr. Williams replied that was correct because he would have been in a major jam without approval for 120. However, he really wanted 132 last time. Council Member Orton inquired of Mr. Williams if he occupied 100% of the office building he leases. Mr. Williams replied that it is used for offices and parents who come for family week. Council Member Orton inquired if any of those offices were ever available for outside rental. Mr. Williams replied that they were in the beginning. However, he has stopped renting the offices and the building is leased exclusively to Cinnamon Hills. He stated he owns the building for one reason because it was the thought of the Council that if Cinnamon Hills owned it, this would represent program expansion. He had no choice but to purchase the building himself and lease it to Cinnamon Hills to be within the requirements of the City. Mayor McArthur commented that it was represented that Cinnamon Hills was not going to expand beyond its present boundaries, but now there is a sign on the adjacent building indicating it is also Cinnamon Hills. Mr. Williams replied the sign is for parents who visit. Mayor McArthur commented that many citizens in the community say Cinnamon Hills has expanded contrary to the City Council's direction because of location of the sign on the adjacent building. Mr. Williams explained that many commercial tenants display their signs and colors when they lease a building. Mayor McArthur replied that Mr. Williams was told he could not do that. He inquired what would happen if Cinnamon Hills next leased the Maverick station. Mr. Williams replied he was not going to purchase the Maverick station, and this was the final time he would appear before the Council if his request was approved. Mayor McArthur stated that Mr. Williams was specifically told that the office building next door could not be a Cinnamon Hills property, so he then purchased it himself and leased it to Cinnamon Hills. He stated this appeared to be an expansion. Council Member Whatcott stated in his mind it did not matter who owned the building, as what matters is who occupies the space. City Attorney Shawn Guzman advised that the use would have to be looked at, and even if there were no students in the new building, but it is being used for support staff or for parents who visit, then in his opinion it is still the same use as the project next door. Jack Williams explained that Cinnamon Hills has been renting offices in the community for seven years, and this office space was moved to the new building. There has been no program expansion unless the other space they have been renting for seven years represented program expansion. However, it was his understanding it did not. All he did was consolidate the office space he has been renting to one location close to the program to make it convenient. City Attorney Shawn Guzman inquired if the office staff located in the new building was support staff for Cinnamon Hills. Mr. Williams replied that they were. St. George City Council Minutes November 21, 2002 Page Seven Community Development Director Bob Nicholson explained that when Mr. Williams inquired about office use several years ago, he indicated to him that the zone was C-3, and accountants and others could be located in the new building based on the zone. He stated he did not view this as expansion of students. With regard to signage, this issue did not come up as part of the hearing. Sign permits are based on square footage, location on the building, etc. The City's ordinances do not control the content of a sign, and an applicant is not asked what is going to appear on a sign. Mayor McArthur advised this discussion had already been had between the former City Attorney and the applicant, and there is still a violation. City Manager Gary Esplin advised that he remembered the discussion, and the intent was to bring satellite people into the facility, and the number of students would not change. He wanted to know, for the record, if there had been existing uses prior to the purchase of the new building which were moved from the original building to the new building, thereby allowing room for additional beds in the old building, which would then constitute an expansion of the original conditional use permit. He requested that Mr. Williams answer the question for the record. Mr. Williams explained the reason he came before the City Council last time was two-fold. Licensing wanted a letter from the City stating the number of students Cinnamon Hills was approved for. The City had never approved a number of students for the facility, nor for any facility to his knowledge. Mr. Esplin replied that this was not his question. His question was if any uses, staff or office space, existing at the old building before purchase of the new building, were moved from the old building to the new building thereby allowing an increase in the number of students accommodated at the original site. Mr. Williams replied that before he came to the City Council to request a number, he was not required to have a number as the Council had not set one. A number never applied to his program and was never a factor. He has done nothing since that time to expand the program. Once the number was set, he followed the directions of the Council. Mayor McArthur inquired of Mr. Williams if he moved staff, or anyone, to the new facility which freed up spots in which to put other students in the original facility. Mr. Williams replied that when he moved staff off-campus to various offices, he used that space for more students. When he consolidated he already had the number, he was just consolidating the offices. The answer was "yes." Council Member Gardner clarified that at that point, the answer would be "no." Mr. Williams replied that he has explained it to the very best of his ability. He did not purchase the Four Seasons to expand the program, but to consolidate the offices. Council Member Isom commented that if the Council were to vote today to increase the number of students, she would have to vote to take out the 10% increase. Mayor McArthur replied that the City did not have this option as this provision is contained in the ordinance. He commented that the City Council set the number of students last time, and indicated that the office space next to Cinnamon Hills could be rented or leased, and the applicant indicated it would be leased to other people. Mr. Williams replied that it was. Mayor McArthur commented that it is not now, and now the new building has a sign advertising it as Cinnamon Hills. He stated he understood the consolidation but the sign makes it appear the facility has expanded. The City Council set the maximum number of students at 120, and then gave a 10% increase to 132. Mr. Williams stated he believed the definition of expansion to be to increase the census one student. Council Member Gardner commented it was his belief that the last time Mr. Williams appeared before the City Council he did not understand everything. He referred to the letter Mr. Williams wrote to the City dated January, 2002 wherein he stated that as part of the request he desired to increase the overall census from 132 students to 164 students. St. George City Council Minutes November 21, 2002 Page Eight Mr. Williams replied he did not remember that. Council Member Gardner inquired of Mr. Williams if that was his intent at this point. Mr. Williams replied that it was not his intent. He wanted to have the base number set at 132 which would allow a maximum capacity in the years ahead of 145. He commented that if this request was approved he would not appear before the City Council at any time in the future for the purpose of increasing the census. City Manager Gary Esplin explained there were two parts to Mr. Williams' request - the first being the increase in the student census and the second part being the conditional use for the new building. Mayor McArthur commented that in his opinion the building was not a problem and the activity center was a great addition. He stated he would like to see removal of the sign on the new building as part of any motion. Council Member Orton stated the City Council, at the last meeting, thought they had authorized 104 students, and it was a real surprise when they found there were 131 students at Cinnamon Hills. It was very plainly stated that the City approved 120 students in order to make Cinnamon Hills in compliance with the state. It was also indicated that no expansion to the number of students at Cinnamon Hills would be allowed. This is plainly stated in the minutes. Mr. Williams stated he could not imagine why the City Council would not want to approve the request when Cinnamon Hills is a good organization in the community with a lot of staff who do a good job and bring no problems to the community. Cinnamon Hills has not misrepresented anything. Council Member Allen advised that the Planning Commission approved the request based on a letter from Bob Nicholson which states the approval was given for 120 students, with a one time 10% increase to 132. Mayor McArthur explained that Cinnamon Hills was approved for 104. The matter came to the City Council when the City found there were 131 students and the City had not set a maximum number which the ordinances indicates the City Council could do. 120 students were approved, and the 10% increase allowed the number to increase to 132, which accommodated the 131 students Mr. Williams already had, and also set a maximum. Now the app...


Planning Commission Minutes 06/12/2012:
...ned Development Residential) and is located at 2243 W Sunbrook Drive (Lots 131 and 132) within the Sunbrook development. Case No. 2012-FPA-019 Todd Jacobsen Project Manager said the purpose of amending this final plat for the Cove at Sunbrook is to combine Lots 131 and 132 and the common area that is located between the two lots. With this lot merger these two lots will now be known as Lot 131, eliminating Lot 132. The common area between the two lots is an easem...


City Council Minutes 02/19/2004:
...mountain Sweeper (Tymco 600) $129,974 Pacific Utility (Johnston 770) $131,000 A. G. Trucking (Elgin Sweeper) $116,169 Maric Sales (Schwartz sweeper) $125,430 She recommended award of the bid to Pacific Utility in the amount of $131,000 because it had the best warranty. A motion was made by Council Member Orton and seconded by Council Member Whatcott to award the bid to Pacific Utility in the amount of $131,000. Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion ...


City Council Minutes 07/01/2004:
...tes July 1, 2004 Page Two Ergon Asphalt $138,264 Paramount Pet. $131,628 She recommended award of the bid to the low bidder, Paramount, in the amount of $131,628. MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Orton to award the bid to the low bidder, Paramount, in the amount of $131,628. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Bunker. ...


Arsenic Information:
...years at exposures equivalent to 2,800 µg/day for a 70 kg adult (pg. 131 NRC, 1999). They include alterations in pigmentation and the developmen...


City Council Minutes 12/17/2015:
...earing to consider a zone change from RE-37.5 to R-1-10 on approximately 3.131 acres located north of 750 North Street between 1300 West Street and Picturesque Drive. Don Cannon, applicant. Planner Ray Snyder presented the request for a zone change from RE-37.5 to R-1-10 on approximately 3.131 acres located north of 750 North Street between 1300 West Street and Pi...


Planning Commission Agenda 02/06/2018 Agenda 02/06/2018:
...nal use permit is approved by the City Council. The property is located at 131-145 N 300 W. The representative is Wes Davis. Case No. 2018-CUP-004. (Staff - Ray Snyder)   2.                  BUILDING DESIGN CONCEPTUAL SITE PLAN (BDCSP)   Consider a request for a Building Design Conceptual Site Plan (BDCSP) to develop a mixed-use project (commercial and residential) in the C-4 commercial zone on approximately 0.80 acres. The property is located at 131 N – 145 N 300 W. The representative is Wes Davis. Case No. 2018-B...


City Council Meeting Agenda Agenda 02/15/2018:
... to construct a building approximately thirty-seven (37) feet in height at 131-145 North 300 West.  Wes Davis, applicant.   E. Consider approval of a request for a building design conceptual site plan to develop a mixed-use project on approximately .80 acres located at 131-145 North 300 West.  Wes Davis, applicant.   F. Consider ap...


City Council Minutes 09/03/2015:
...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 larger building footprint and t...


City Council Agenda 12/17/2015:
...earing to consider a zone change from RE-37.5 to R-1-10 on approximately 3.131 acres located north of 750 North Street between 1300 West Street and Picturesque Drive. Don Cannon, applicant. E. Public hearing to consider amending The Ledges PD Master Plan to change from Golf Course/Park Open Space to residential and to increase designated short term rental areas on 11.80 acres located near SR-18, south of Winchester Hills. Development Solutions Group, applicant. F. Public hearing to consider a zone change from Mining & Grazing and A-1 to R-1-8 on approximately 47.957 acres located at approximately 3500 South and 3400 East. Development Solutions Group, applicant. G. Public hearing to consider amending the General Plan land use map to change the land use designation from Resort, Town Center, Medium Density Residential, High Density Residential and Low Density Residential to Commercial on approximately 183.7 acres located at the Ridgetop Complex (former St. George Municipal Airport). City of St. George, applicant. H. Public hearing to consider amending Title 10 of City zoning regulations; sections pertaining to accessory buildings. City of St. George, applicant. 4. ORDINANCES A. Consider approval of an ordinance consider vacating a portion of an existing power easement located at approximately 1790 West and 970 South. B. Consider approval of an ordinance vacating a public utility and drainage easement located at approximately 1050 South Riverside Drive. C. Consider approval of an ordinance amending the Hidden Valley PD Master Plan by relocating the proposed church and school sites. D. Consider approval of an ordinance changing the zone from RE-37.5 to R-1-10 on approximately 3.131 acres located north of 750 North Street between 1300 West Street and Pi...


City Council Minutes 03/02/2000:
...doctors? free clinic to be located at the Dixie Care and Share facility at 131 North 300 West. Reid Pope, representing Dixie Care and Share, applicant. Associate Planner Jim McGuire advised that the Planning Commission, at its meeting of February 22, 2000 recommended approval of a conditional use permit for a medical and dental clinic (Doctor?s Free Clinic of St. George) to St. George City Council Minutes March 2, 2000 Page Thirteen be located at the Dixie Care and Share facility at 131 North 300 West. Dixie Care and Share is the applicant. Clinic service...


City Council Minutes 08/21/2014:
... They were given the opportunity and have agreed to match the low bid of $131,221.20. Mayor Pro Tem inquired if the cost included a pump or lift station. City Manager Gary Esplin advised that is extra. The City’s Sewer Department is installing the station. MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Randall to award the bid to JP Excavating for the Christensen Park Restroom and Pavement Replacement project in the amount of $131,221.20. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Councilmember Bowcutt. V...


City Council Minutes 04/03/2008:
...thur opened the public hearing. Wayne Hampton, a resident at 100 South 131 West, stated he felt the applicant had good ideas, but in three to five years the applicant would be gone and the project would then become a slum. Mayor McArthur replied the applicant indicated he would be willing to enter into an agreement that the units would not be rentals, but would be owner occupied. Council Member Shakespeare inquired if this could be made permanent. Community Development Director Bob Nicholson replied this requirement could be made part of the CC&Rs and would be binding. Mr. Kelsch advised that a deed rider would be more permanent than CC&Rs. Mr. Nicholson advised that the project includes traditional style cottage bungalows which would be an asset to the neighborhood. Council Member Allen commented that the City Council has not ignored this area of town. It put $6,000,000 into the Town Square, redid the drainage system, and enacted the RCC zone to keep people living in t he downtown. The City Council cares about the downtown - it is the heart of the City. Frank Carter, a resident at 190 South 100 West, stated he did not see the benefit of bringing more congestion and housing to this particular block since there are many high density housing projects and rentals. He stated he wanted to see yards maintained with gardens in the back and fruit trees. He stated it seemed that families were moving out, not in, and the proposed small homes are not for families. This is the last of large lots left on the block, and quality of life should take precedence over development. He stated if the project were approved, he would like the wall to be put up before construction commenced. Council Member Bunker commented she believed that property values would increase based on the photos she saw of the proposed project. Council Member Pike commented that Mr. Kelsch seemed like a reasonable person and is a good man to have as a neighbor. He stated the neighborhood could do a lot worse. Council Member Shakespeare commented she believed the RCC zone needed to be re-examined to see if it could be made better and stronger. She suggested that a committee be formed to look at this. Council Member Almquist commented that 20 years ago it seemed to be the right thing to fill in all the interior lots with condos. Now it appears this was not the right thing to do. The applicant is asking for three homes in the back of the lot, when years ago it would have been ten homes. Dawn Humphries commented that the turnaround takes property from the lots. Mayor McArthur replied that codes have to be met. Mr. Kelsch advised that both lots are over 5,000 sq. ft. and the rear lot is over 6,000 sq. ft. He advised he is a former educator and would love to sell the homes to teachers. He requested that the issue be decided today if a conditional use is needed or if the plat can be approved with a permitted use. The difference is the setbacks. Gene Sturznegger advised that his father lives at 148 West 200 South. His father built a block wall that is only 5.5' high. The fill brought in by the applicant is 10' in height. He inquired how much the property was going to be raised in order to drain water back to the street. Andrea Jensen, a resident at 143 South 200 West, commented this project would drive out traditional homeowners. She inquired if Mr. Kelsch would commit to staying in the home. She commented the proposed homes were not large enough for families with children. St. George City Council Minutes April 3, 2008 Page Six Gloria Hampton, a resident at 131 West 100 South, expressed concern that too many units were being built ...


City Council Minutes 08/02/2007:
...ate contract with Ken Garff in the amount of $21,959 each, for a total of $131,754. Council Member Bunker inquired what was done with the old vehicles. Fleet Services Manager Courtney Stephens replied that the old equipment is stripped out of the vehicles and they are sold at auction. The cars are generally in bad shape with 130,000 - 140,000 miles on them, with the actual wear on the engine at twice that amount. The equipment will be given or sold to other agencies. MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Whatcott to award the bid to Ken Garff in the amount of $131,754. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Orton. VOTE:...


City Council Minutes 06/21/2012:
...of the amended final plat for The Cove at Sunbrook Amended to combine Lots 131 and 132. Matthew Baldwin and Premier Design and Engineering, applicants. Todd Jacobsen explained this is a PD development so the common area between the two pads is considered a public utility easement. 100% of the consents from the owners in the subdivision have been obtained. The public hearing is for the easement abandonment in the common area. Lot 131 will be eliminated and the lots will be known as Lot 132. Mayor McA...


Planning Commission Agenda 02/24/2015:
...Single Family Residential Estate 12,000 sq. ft. minimum lot size) and Lots 131 and 132 are zoned RE-20 (Residential Estate 20,000 sq. ft. minimum lot ...


Planning Commission Minutes 05/28/2013:
...runs southerly to 2240 South Street (which also runs along the rear of Lot 131). This 20 foot wide strip of land will also be a public utility and dr...


Planning Commission Agenda 06/12/2012:
...ned Development Residential) and is located at 2243 W Sunbrook Drive (Lots 131 and 132) within the Sunbrook development. Case No. 2012-FPA-019. (Staff...


Planning Commission Agenda 11/24/2015:
...to R-1-10 (Single Family Residential 10,000 sq. ft. minimum lot size) on 3.131 acres to accommodate eight (8) single family residential lots. Located...


City Council Meeting Minutes Minutes 12/06/2018:
...can Hills Phase 4 Subdivision, a 14-lot residential subdivision located at 1310 West and 1690 South; zoning is PD-R (Planned Development Residential).  He showed and outlined the final plat.   MOTION:      A motion was made by Councilmember Randall to approve the final plat for Tuscan Hills Phase 4 Subdivision. SECOND:        The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hughes. VOTE:             Mayor Pike called for a vote, as follows:   Councilmember Hughes – aye Councilmember Randall – aye Councilmember Bowcutt – aye   St. George City Council Minutes December 6, 2018 Page Ten   Councilmember Arial – aye Councilmember Baca – aye           The vote was unanimous and the motion carried.   AMENDED FINAL PLAT: Consider approval of amending the final plat for Coral Desert Subdivision Phase 2 Amended and Extended.    Assistant Public Works Director Wes Jenkins presented the request to amend the final plat for Coral Desert Subdivision Phase 2 Amended and Extended.  The subdivision is located at 1450 East at approximately 800 South; zoning is PD-C (Planned Development Commercial).  The purpose of the amendment is to decrease the size of Lot 2, to add Lots 3 and 4, and to realign the public roadway.  He showed the final plat and outlined the proposed amendments.   MOTION:      A motion was made by Councilmember Arial to amend the final plat for Coral Desert Subdivision Phase 2 Amended and Extended.   City Attorney Shawn Guzman commented there needs to be further discussion regarding the alignment and the proposed trail to the south.  Additionally, there is the completion of the roadway on both sides that staff believes the developer would be responsible for.    Mayor Pike asked Councilmember Arial to withdraw her motion and table the request.     Councilmember Arial withdrew her motion.   MOTION:      A motion was made by Councilmember Arial to table the item SECOND:        The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hughes. VOTE:             Mayor Pike called for a vote, as follows:   Councilmember Hughes – aye Councilmember Randall – aye Councilmember Bowcutt – aye Councilmember Arial – aye Councilmember Baca – aye           The vote was unanimous and the motion carried.   AMENDED FINAL PLAT: Consider approval of amending the final plat for Lot 63 of the Bloomington Hills No. 2 Subdivision Amended.   Assistant Public Works Director Wes Jenkins presented the request to amend the final plat for Lot 63 of the Bloomington Hills No. 2 Subdivision Amended.  The property is located at 3073 South Ninebark Circle; zoning is R-1-8 (Single Family St. George City Council Minutes December 6, 2018 Page Eleven   Residential 8,000 sq. ft. minimum lot size).  The purpose of this amendment is to subdivide Lot 63 into (2) lots.  He showed the final plat and outlined the proposed amendments.   MOTION:      A motion was made by Councilmember Randall to amend the final plat for Lot 63 of the Bloomington Hills No. 2 Subdivision Amended. SECOND:        The motion was seconded by Councilmember Baca. VOTE:             Mayor Pike called for a vote, as follows:   Councilmember Hughes – nay Councilmember Randall – aye Councilmember Bowcutt – aye Councilmember Arial – aye Councilmember Baca – aye           The motion carried.   PRELIMINARY PLAT: Consider approval of the preliminary plat for Mooreland Park Phases 3–9.   Assistant Public Works Director Wes Jenkins presented the preliminary plat for Mooreland Park Phase 3–9; a 131-unit residential subdivision located west of 3000 East, north of 1140 S...


Planning Commission Minutes 11/08/2011:
...nd extended plat contains the Lot Line Adjustments for Lots 128, 129, 130, 131, 156, 159, 160, and 169. The old easement areas defined in the plat de...


City Council Meeting Minutes Minutes 11/29/2018:
...e Permits – Pg 114; Chapter 18: Walls, Fences, and Hedges – Pg 131; Chapter 19: Off Street Parking Requirements – Pg 134; Chapter 19...


Planning Commission Agenda 11/09/2016:
...r amending two lots within a residential final subdivision plat being Lots 131 and 132 of “The Estates at Valderra.” The property is locat...


SUNTRAN HELPS CITIZENS PREDICT THEIR BUS ARRIVAL Press Release 08/18/2016:
    PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Date: Aug 19, 2016 Contacts:   Fred Davies, Suntran Manager- 435-627-4013   SUNTRAN HELPS CITIZENS PREDICT THEIR BUS ARRIVAL Y...


City Council Minutes 02/21/2002:
... Hills was never established. Mr. Williams advised that he now had 131 students, and would be in trouble financially if he were not allowed to...


City Council Minutes 05/29/2008:
... lighting. He recommended approval of the base bid in the amount of $1,949,131. Council Member Allen inquired if plumbing for future amenities and...


City Council Minutes 06/07/2007:
...erating 24 hours a day and seven days a week. They will offer boarding for 131 dogs and 12 cats along with a small animal infirmary. In order to allow...


City Council Minutes 05/18/2006:
...nto the City in October of 2005 with findings that the current location at 131 North 300 West be better utilized. He said that they are now at phase...


City Council Minutes 03/31/2011:
... along the river, which so far totals $525,000, with the City’s match at $131,000. At the Southgate Golf Course and Sunbrook costs could possibly be ...


City Council Minutes 11/17/2011:
...econd Amended and Extended to adjust the lot lines for Lots 128, 129, 130, 131, 156, 159 and 160 and 169. Todd Jacobsen presented the final plat ...


PUBLIC NOTICE Public Notice 03/20/2012:
...to R-1-10 (Single Family Residential 10,000 sq. ft. minimum lot size) on 3.131 acres to accommodate the future development of residential lots. The pr...


PUBLIC NOTICE Public Notice 12/20/2011:
...to R-1-10 (Single Family Residential 10,000 sq. ft. minimum lot size) on 3.131 acres to accommodate the future development of residential lots. The pr...


Planning Commission Minutes 04/24/2007:
...ure 24-hour 7-day pet care for dogs and cats. They propose to accommodate 131 dogs in regular suites and 12 cat suites with 14 for infirmary. The us...