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PUBLIC NOTICE Public Notice 02/14/2014:
.... As required by Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 158.24, the Airport must provide written notice to the public and an opportunity for public comment before filing its notice of intent with the FAA. The Airport is planning to continue imposing a $4.50 charge for each enplaned passenger. The effective date for the use of the PFC shall be April 14, 2014 and the estimated expiration date is September 30, 2015. PFC project description, schedule and scope of work are presented on the following pages. • PFC Level: $4.50 per enplaned passenger. As per section 158.3, an enplaned passenger is defined as a domestic, territorial, or international passenger enplaned in scheduled or non-scheduled service on aircraft in intrastate, or foreign commerce. A revenue passenger is one who possesses an air travel ticket. An air travel ticket means all documents pertaining to a passenger’s complete itinerary to transport a passenger by air, including passenger manifests. • Proposed Use Effective Date: April 14, 2014 • Estimated Use Expiration Date: September 30, 2015 • Estimated Total Use PFC Revenue: $250,000.00 The period for public comment will expire at 5:00 pm on March 17, 2014. Comments may be submitted, or additional information obtained, by contacting: Richard Stehmeier Airport manager St George Municipal Airport 4508 South Airport Parkway #1 St George, UT 84790 Tel. (435) 627-4080 Rich.Stehmeier@sgcity.org Proposed Passenger Facility Charge Application # 7 Section 158.24(b) (1) Description of project being considered for funding by PFC...


City Council Minutes 01/06/2005:
...ut only three bids were received, as follows: Terry Brotherson Exc. $158,617.71 H. E. Davis $194,873.10 John Orton Exc. $225,817.74 She recommended award of the bid to the low bidder, Terry Brotherson Excavation, in the amount of $158,617.71. Water Services Director Barry Barnum explained that the project would begin on the south end of Bluff at its intersection with Hilton Drive and proceed north for 2500 feet. The reason for the project is that the current line is old and breaks often, and when it does it takes down two to three restaurants and motels. MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Gardner to award the bid to the low bidder, Terry Brotherson Excavation, in the amount of $158,617.71. St. George City Council Minutes January 6, 2005 Page Two...


City of St. George Heritage Day Press Release 01/03/2020:
...city.org Phone: 435-627-4051   City of St. George set to celebrate 158th birthday with root beer floats, many freebies around town   ST. GEORGE — The electric telegraph was not yet a quarter-century old. Photography was in its infancy. The first major Union victory in the American Civil War was still a month away. It was 1862, the year a barren wasteland where the Mojave Desert, Colorado Plateau and Great Basin converge was settled and called St. George.   Fast forward 158 years. On Jan. 11, Mayor Jon Pike and members of the City Council will ...


Planning Commission Minutes 01/08/2013:
...ty-five percent (25%) of the rear yard. The subject property is located at 158 E. 400 South. The zoning is RCC (Residential Central City). Mr. Cline Durfey and Mr. Joseph Kolar are the applicants and Mr. Joseph Kolar is the representative. Case No. 2013-CUP-001. Craig Harvey, Planner I, presented a request for a Conditional Use Permit to construct a detached accessory garage that will exceed the allowable area of 25% of the rear yard. The subject property is located at 158 E 400 S. The zoning is RCC. The applicants are Mr. Cline Durfey and Mr...


City Council Minutes 09/07/2006:
... of the bid through the state contract to Ken Garff Ford in the amount of $158,294.50. Ms. Hood explained that local vendors cannot bid the police vehicles because they require a special police package. MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Allen to award the bid to Ken Garff Ford under the state contract in the amount of $158,294.50. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member Orton. ...


City Council Minutes 07/20/2006:
...on abandoning a utility and drainage easement along Lots 155, 156, 157 and 158, Legacy 8 Townhome Subdivision. St. George City Council Minutes July 20, 2006 Page Four City Manager Gary Esplin stated that this is a resolution abandoning a utility and drainage easement in order to allow a larger home to be built on 2 of the lots. MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Orton to approve the resolution abandoning a utility and drainage easement along Lots 155, 156, 157 and 158, Legacy 8 Townhouse Subdivision. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Co...


City Council Minutes 09/19/2002:
...r) $412,088 Northern Power (Kuhlman) $382,110 Alles & Assoc. $158,000 Rogers-Strong $357,600 She explained that the bids are based on total loss evaluated amounts. the recommendation is to award the bid for two transformers to Rogers-Strong in the total amount of $354,200, the actual cost of the transformers. A motion was made by Council Member Orton to award the bid to Rogers-Strong in the amount of $354,200. The motion was seconded by Council Member Isom. Mayor McArthur called for a vote, as follows: Council Member Orton - aye Council Member Isom - aye Council Member Allen - aye Council Member Whatcott - aye Council Member Gardner - aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. Deputy Water and Power Director Phil Solomon advised the hillside substation will be located next to the river substation at the bottom of Mall Drive. One transformer will be used for the hillside substation, and the other stored at the manufacturer until needed by the City. The City will probably take delivery of the second transformer within nine months, in the next budget year. REPORT FROM BOARD OF EQUALIZATION AND ADOPTION OF ASSESSMENT ORDINANCE: Consider approval of a report from the Board of Equalization for Special Improvement District 99-4. City Manager Gary Esplin explained that under the Special Improvement District Act, when a special improvement district is created, a board of equalization is also created to consider appeals of the assessments. Four members of the City Council participated in this particular Board of Equalization. Copies of recommended adjustments and new total assessments were distributed to Council Members and reviewed. With regard to the Layton appeal, it is recommended that the Laytons be given a credit of $28,361.17, minus an adjustment of $6,751 for the cost of asphalt improvements on Black Ridge Drive, resulting in a total credit of $21,610.17. With regard to the Brown-Ogden parcel, it is recommended that a zero adjustment be made, but the three corner parcels totaling 3/10 of an acre be deeded to them. They would be responsible for the assessments on the three corner parcels. Council Member Gardner expressed concern that the Board of Equalization previously reached a consensus about the credit to be given the Laytons, and the City is now moving away from that figure. Council Member Orton commented he was not aware the Board of Equalization had reached a consensus in the meeting. Council Member Whatcott stated that the Laytons were not assessed for Hilton Drive improvements. Greg Kemp, representing the Laytons, advised that the Laytons originally owned one contiguous parcel with frontage along Hilton Drive, but for reasons of public safety and access, the road was realigned and their property was divided into two parcels. This left them with a lot less property, and a land exchange was worked out which left them with a .572 acre triangular parcel of property on the north side of the road. The Layton family was never invited to participate in the Hilton Drive SID, which has created the necessity of them now paying for frontage on 3/4 of their property without any noticeable improvement in access or traffic count. The issue was raised in both Board of Equalization meetings and if they should be responsible for paying their portion of the asphalt on Black Ridge Drive, and they understood that it would not be assessed to them. He commented that the SID creation documents state that any assessment to be made will be based on benefits received, and this property, by virtue of its unique placement, is being assessed disproportionately based on the formula developed by the City. In fact, the SID has been detrimental to the property by creating four times as much frontage resulting in the Laytons having to pay four times the assessment. He stated it was unfair for the City to assess the Laytons for the asphalt on Black Ridge Drive, and he expressed concern that when the last Board of Equalization meeting St. George City Council Minutes September 19, 2002 Page Four ended, the Laytons felt they had agreement, but now find out the matter has not been resolved. Council Member Isom stated that the Laytons were informed in the Board of Equalization hearings that final determination would be made by the City Council. Mayor McArthur commented that while the Laytons may have thought an agreement had been reached in the Board of Equalization hearings, additional information has been presented in the meantime, and a final decision must be made by the City Council. Council Member Gardner commented that while frontage is not a bad thing, the resulting elevation of the road may be legitimate cause for an adjustment. He commented that he left the Board of Equalization meeting feeling the issues were covered and a final number arrived at - $28,361. He made a motion to approve a credit to the Laytons in the amount of $28,361. The motion was seconded by Council Member Isom. Council Member Whatcott expressed concern that not all of the information from the City was brought to the Board of Equalization meeting, however, that information has now been received, and it is the City Council's decision to make. The Layton's property is better today than three months ago, and they did not pay anything for the Hilton Drive improvements. The City has the right to do what is in the best interests of everyone, and while he understands and agrees with Council Member Gardner, there is a fairness issue to the City as well as to the Laytons. Mr. Kemp commented that he did not walk out of the Board of Equalization meeting feeling it was the recommendation of the Board that an additional $6,000 be assessed for asphalt improvements. More than 50% of the traffic now passes the Layton's property on the side, with no access, and this side represents most of the frontage in the SID. The City has taken more than half of the traffic away and denied access. Council Member Orton advised that the road was built to handle a lot more traffic than it presently carries, and the SID now makes the Layton's property completely visible. Further, taxpayers are already paying for 38% of the special improvement district improvements. Council Member Isom advised that the City has already committed to providing access. Council Member Whatcott amended the previous motion to include a provision that in the spirit of compromise, the $6,000 charge for asphalt be split between the City and the Laytons, with a final total credit to the Laytons of $25,000. The motion was seconded by Council Member Orton. Mayor McArthur called for a vote on the amended motion, as follows: Council Member Whatcott - aye Council Member Orton - aye Council Member Isom - aye Council Member Allen - aye Council Member Gardner - aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. City Manager Gary Esplin asked for clarification on the adjustment to the Brown-Ogden parcel. Council Member Whatcott made a motion to approve a zero adjustment to the Brown-Ogden assessment, but with the corner parcels of property given to them. They will be responsible for the assessments on the new property. If they choose not to accept the property, there will be no credit to the assessment. The motion was seconded by Council Member Isom. Mayor McArthur called for a roll call vote, as follows: Council Member Whatcott - aye Council Member Isom - aye Council Member Orton - aye Council Member Gardner - aye Council Member Allen - aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. St. George City Council Minutes September 19, 2002 Page Five A motion was made by Council Member Gardner and seconded by Council Member Allen to approve the assessment ordinance confirming the assessment rolls and levying an assessment against certain properties in the City of St. George, Utah special improvement district 99-4, for the purpose of paying for the acquisition and/or construction of improvements within said municipality consisting of right-of-way, earthwork, sidewalk, street paving, street lighting, intersection signalization, buried utilities, curb and gutter and storm drainage improvements, the installation of water and sewer lines, including hydrants and manholes, and all other miscellaneous work necessary to complete the improvements in a proper workmanlike manner (collectively the "Improvements"); reaffirming the establishment and providing for the funding of a special improvement guaranty fund and related matters. Mayor McArthur called for a roll call vote, as follows: Council Member Gardner - aye Council Member Allen - aye Council Member Whatcott - aye Council Member Orton - aye Council Member Isom - aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. RESOLUTION: Consider approval of the final bond resolution for Golf Course Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2002, and related matters. Jason Burningham, fiscal analyst, advised that refunding the bonds would result in significant savings for the City. The Golf Course Revenue Bonds for Sunbrook were originally purchased in 1994 by Zions Bank, and then a subsequent addition to the golf course in 2000 resulted in another bond issue. As interest rates have come down, there is a real benefit to refunding. The Bank One proposal provides a $126,000 net present value savings. The refunding bonds will be secured first by new revenues of the golf course, and second, as a backstop required by the bank, a subordinate pledge of sewer utility revenues. Certain revenues in the sewer system would provide a 25% cushion to be used as security if funds from the golf course were not sufficient. A loan from the wastewater fund to the golf course fund would be made. City Manager Gary Esplin explained if the City wants to expand the sewer plant, it could still sell revenue bonds with 115-125% coverage. This interfund loan would not tie up any balances in the sewer fund, nor have any effect on the City's ability to make interfund loans. A motion was made by Council Member Isom and seconded by Council Member Whatcott to approve the resolution authorizing the issuance and confirming the sale of the City of St. George, Washington County, Utah, Golf Course Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2002, in an aggregate principal amount of $2,840,000 for the purpose of refunding the issuer's outstanding golf course revenue bonds, Series 1994, issued in the original principal amount of $4,158,000 and its outstanding golf course revenue bonds, Series 2000 issued i...


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...


Planning Commission Agenda 11/13/2007:
...ineering, representative. The purpose is to adjust lot lines between lots 158 and 159 (to accommodate a larger building). Also to increase the north...


Planning Commission Minutes 11/13/2007:
...ineering, representative. The purpose is to adjust lot lines between lots 158 and 159 (to accommodate a larger building). Also to increase the north...


Planning Commission Agenda 01/08/2013:
...ty-five percent (25%) of the rear yard. The subject property is located at 158 E. 400 South. The zoning is RCC (Residential Central City). Mr. Cline D...


City Council Minutes 10/15/2015:
...ned and a construction management fee. McKinstry guarantees a savings of $158,000 per year making these changes. Support Services Director Marc Mo...


City Council Minutes 02/07/2002:
... annual overlay project: Western Rock $147,926.85 AT Asphalt $158,006.99 He recommended award to the low bidder, Western Rock, in...


City Council Minutes 12/06/2007:
...ined that the purpose of the amendment is to adjust lot lines between Lots 158 and 159 to accommodate a larger building pad on Lot 159, and Lot 169 is...


City Council Minutes 04/03/2008:
...roject be scaled back to two new homes only. Vern Spoke, a resident at 158 West 200 South, advised that parking is a problem and he did not see ho...


City Council Minutes 01/17/2013:
...at will exceed the normal height and size limits for a detached garage at 158 East 400 South. Mr. Cline Durfey, applicant. Craig Harvey stated th...


City Council Minutes 09/10/2015:
...rather outsource. He stated that there are additional savings beyond the $158,000. Support Services Director Marc Mortensen continued with his Pow...