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City Council Minutes 11/19/2015:
...t Stonecliff Phase 4. The properties are located on View Point Drive (lot 204) and Lepido Way (lot 411); zoning is PD-R. The purpose of the amendment is to merge lot 204 with lot 411. He showed the amendments on the final plat. MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Almquist to approve the final plat amendment for Paragon Cove Townhomes at Stonecliff Phase 2 and Paragon Cove Townhomes at Stonecliff Phase 4, lots 204 and 411. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hughes. VOT...


Planning Commission Minutes 01/13/2009:
...nd floor by converting two existing units into three (change units 203 and 204 into 203, 204, & 205). The site is located at the intersection of Riverside Driv...


City Council Minutes 09/03/2015:
...apes Drive; zoning is RD-R. The purpose of the amendment is to amend lots 204 – 208, 212 and 219. Lots 204, 205, 212 and 219 were increased in size to accommodate a larger buildi...


Fall Brawl 2020   :
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High School Tennis Academy Ages 14 n Up  Yellow Ball:
  High School Tennis Academy Description High School Tennis Academy is available for all high school players regardless of your skill level.  Players will have the opportunity to wor...


Spring Pickleball Leagues:
Spring Pickleball League Leagues are ladder leagues, where players will be placed on a ladder from the previous weeks score.  Players will be placed into groups of 4 or 5 players.  Playing...


Planning Commission Agenda 10/27/2015:
...(Planned Development Residential) and are located on View Point Drive (lot 204) and Lepido Way (lot 411). The representative is Mr. Brandon Anderson,...


Meeting Minutes Minutes 05/23/2017:
... appeal on the opt-out provisions, the Board decided as follows:   #204 – JAKE ROGERS MOTION: A motion was made by Board Member Fleming ...


Redevelopment Agency Agenda Agenda 06/21/2018:
...ruction Sand Hollow Regional Pipeline Connection project in the amount of $204,260.   e.    Consider approval of a Professional ...


City Council Meeting Minutes Minutes 10/17/2019:
...irector Wes Jenkins presented the preliminary plat for Black Ridge Cove, a 204-lot residential subdivision located west of the Tech Ridge development,...


City Council Meeting Agenda Agenda 10/17/2019:
...RECOMMENDATION:  This is the preliminary plat for Black Ridge Cove, a 204-lot residential subdivision located west of the Tech Ridge development,...


Planning Commission Agenda 09/24/2019 Agenda 09/24/2019:
...kins)   C.     Consider a two hundred and four (204) lot residential preliminary plat for “Black Ridge Cove.” G...


City Council Minutes 01/05/2012:
...d the low bid was submitted by Stephens Construction in the amount of $558,204. An alternate consisting of a re-vegetation project is also recommended...


City Council Meeting Agenda Agenda 06/21/2018:
...ruction Sand Hollow Regional Pipeline Connection project in the amount of $204,260.   e.    Consider approval of a Professional ...


City Council Minutes 08/21/2003:
...permit for a preschool in an R-1-8 zone for up to 11 students at 239 South 2040 East Cr. Stephanie Peterson, applicant. Associate Planner Mark Bradley advised that the Planning Commission, at its meeting held August 12, 2003, recommended approval of the request subject to final inspection once the home is completed, meeting all requirements, and obtaining a business license. A motion was made by Council Member Orton and seconded by Council Member Gardner to approve the request subject to the recommendations of the Planning Commission. Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: Consider approval of an extension of a conditional use permit for an RV park located at approximately 2580 East and 2000 South. Karl Larson, applicant. Associate Planner Mark Bradley explained that a year ago the City Council recommended approval of an RV park, but since no work commenced, the conditional use permit expired. The applicant is requesting an extension. The Planning Commission recommended denial finding that no substantial work has been accomplished. There are 374 lots within the project on 37.49 acres. 90% of the required development agreement has been agreed to, but it has not yet been executed. City Manager Gary Esplin explained that the applicant would still have vesting in the zone, unless the zone were changed before the applicant came in with another plan. Council Member Gardner commented that a ?no? vote would indicate the City wants the applicant to proceed with the mobile home park, while a ?yes? vote would still allow other options to be pursued. City Manager Gary Esplin advised that even though work has not commenced on the project, there has been an expenditure of funds, but he stated he did not know whether it was enough to warrant an extension. Council Member Isom inquired of Mr. Bradley if substantial work on the project had been done. Mr. Bradley replied that the applicant submitted his grading plan to obtain vesting, but the project cannot be approved without construction drawings. Staff has not seen construction drawings or improvement plans for the site. The applicant has been looking at another site as requested. Council Member Isom commented it appeared the applicant had done enough work to warrant an extension. Mayor McArthur explained that the applicant and City Council have talked about moving the RV park to a more appropriate site, as the applicant cannot have RV parks at both locations. If the RV park were moved to another site, the site could possibly be rezoned to a more appropriate zone. Council Member Gardner made a motion to extend the conditional use permit for one year. The motion was seconded by Council Member Allen. Karl Larson, applicant, explained that he has an offer pending and has identified two other possible sites. He is requesting the extension in case his offer is not accepted. St. George City Council Minutes August 21, 2003 Page Ten Deputy City Attorney Ron Read suggested that the City Council base their decision on the statements made in Mr. Curtis Jensen?s letter of August 20, 2003 to the City Council, attached hereto as Exhibit ?B?. Council Member Gardner?s motion was seconded by Council Member Allen. Mayor McArthur called for a vote, and all voted aye. The motion carried. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: Consider approval of a conditional use permit for a residential treatment facility for up to 80 boys age 12-17 at 249 E. Tabernacle Street. Associate Planner Mark Bradley advised that the applicant is proposing to convert the Tabernacle Towers building into the Liahona Academy, a residential treatment center for boys. The applicant has submitted a community impact study. The request meets the 30% open space requirement, and the building will be required to meet the building code by changing the use of the building from office to residential. Parking requirements are two spaces per unit, or they may be reduced as part of the conditional use permit depending on the needs of the public and the program. The Planning Commission expressed concern about the program?s proximity to the Montessori School and lack of parking, however, they recommended approval for up to 72 youth, and compliance with all fire and building codes, and re-evaluate the parking prior to City Council meeting. The ages of the youth will be 12 to 17 years of age, and many will not be driving. The number of parking spaces required should be based on the number of staff, visitors, etc., and it would not make sense to require two parking spaces per unit. Council Member Isom commented she did not think there was anywhere near the needed amount of parking. Mayor McArthur and Council Member Whatcott agreed. Council Member Whatcott commented that even if only one parking space per every two youth were required, 36 parking spaces would still be needed. Mr. Bradley explained that one of the proposed parking spaces would be for disabled parking, leaving 33 parking spaces. He stated he felt parking would have a critical impact on the residents and small businesses around the site. Clayton AhQuin, Program Director for the Liahona Academy, explained that all admissions are screened for safety. The kids come from family-based referrals. The program does not take adjudicated kids, or social system referrals. The kids have academic problems, suffer from depression, substance abuse, poor social skills, etc. Mr. AhQuin then made a power point presentation on a typical daily schedule. He advised that the teacher to student ratio is four to one, and there is an alarm system on each door and window. Parents are provided with a weekly report and are expected to telephone their child once a week. He then made a power point presentation on the building layout, parking and shift changes. Mr. AhQuin again stated that the program does not take state-ordered or adjudicated kids, and the risk is not high. He has never had a child run or had to use a restraint in two years. The program works on a level system, and all privileges are based on behavior and levels. Parents are able to visit once a month, and in fact the program does not work unless the parents are involved. Most kids are in the program nine months to a year, with most staying one year. He then made a power point presentation on the management team. Mr. AhQuin advised that the program is also an accredited school, and some graduate high school as well as the program. He then introduced his staff. Carolle Bell, Clinical Director of Therapy, explained that the kids have just begun to have problems at home and in the community, and have not yet come to the attention of the court system. The boys receive individual, group and family therapy, and skills development service with an emphasis on restoring justice. They also do social service projects. Brad Christensen, Head School Master, explained the program?s goal is to get the boy back on track, and the program is not a credit mill. The boys are allowed to earn only eight credits in a calendar year and most of the students? goals are to go back home to school. Ben Harris, with the Clinical Department, advised that the screening process is extensive. He then described the process. The program focuses on substance abuse and behavioral issues. St. George City Council Minutes August 21, 2003 Page Eleven Morris Peacock explained that he was engaged by Liahona to do the community impact study. He then described the process. The report concludes that while St. George?s resort image is a concern, this program is less visible than other programs on the Boulevard. Mayor McArthur commented that Liahona?s community impact study was not as detailed as that submitted by Red Rock, and the report pointed out that St. George has 25% of all the youth in treatment in Utah. While he was not trying to take away from the facility nor what it does, if he were in favor of having more youth treatment centers in the community, Liahona would be a great one to have. However, he did not want St. George to become the youth detention capital. There is a synergy between businesses in the downtown which attracts other businesses, and the downtown is a public place, and the proposed treatment center is a closed campus. While the treatment center may improve its own property value, he inquired what it would do to the properties around it. He stated he hoped the community impact statement would have delved deeper into the matter. He stated that perhaps the City should do its own impact study on these types of facilities. He also cited the effort the City has put into its downtown area with redevelopment, and he was not sure the proposed program enhanced it. While the program may be a good business and well thought-out, it may not be the best for the community and downtown. He stated he also saw major problems with the parking, and while parents coming to visit their children may be beneficial to businesses, hotels and restaurants, it is a minimal impact as the community?s resort image may be tainted, and in his opinion the community impact statement does not cover the impact on the community. Mr. Peacock replied that while the report may not be as detailed as the Council has seen in the past, it pointed out that tourism may be affected along with the image of the community. He simply gathered data from other individuals, and was not an appraiser, expert realtor, or police officer. Council Member Orton inquired of Mr. Peacock if this was the first time he had done a community impact study and who he worked with in the City. Mr. Peacock replied that this was the first time he had prepared a community impact study for a youth program, and he interviewed Bob Nicholson and members of the Police Department. He addressed the issues required by statute. Mayor McArthur commented that if St. George has 25% of the youth in programs in the State, this would surely justify more than a four page report. Jerry Jensen advised that he currently managed the Tabernacle Towers building for a group of owners who repossessed the property. The owners are unable to put any money into the property to bring it to standard. Over the years St. George has overbuilt apartments, storage units and office buildings. Removal of this amount of office space would have a positive impact on the remainder of office space within St. George. Staff salaries are also important and would be a positive impact. Council Member Allen inquired of Mr. Jensen if there were currently tenants in the building. Mr. Jensen replied that there were tenants with short term leases which would expire soon, and he would assist them with relocation. Mayor McArthur advised that the City has made a significant investment in the downtown area and the City Council?s decision could not be based on what property owners have done. He inquired if the property were brought up to a higher standard with additional parking or an elevator if this would make the property more valuable. Mr. Jensen replied that the building is functionally obsolete and would require demolition. The homes around the building are being used for other uses and are old, and this is an opportunity to make beautiful buildings. Associate Planner Mark Bradley advised that the property is zoned AP, and there are still quite a few residences in the area. Brian Burton, owner of Godfather?s Pizza and the property on which it sits, advised that he is in the process of evaluating a liquor license, and this would impact his ability to lease the facility in the future. St. George City Council Minutes August 21, 2003 Page Twelve Kim Campbell, an adjacent property owner, distributed an outline in opposition to the request and then reviewed it. Council Member Allen advised that Mr. Campbell is a member of the Planning Commission, but he stepped down and did not vote on this issue. Council Member Isom commented that she had to be excused from the meeting, but she was opposed to the request. Kim Campbell advised that there were only 34 parking stalls on site, and that reason alone was enough for denial. Associate Planner Mark Bradley clarified that the actual zone of the site was C-4. Kim Campbell stated that the purpose of a conditional use permit is to provide regulation of land use to assure compatibility and proper integration with land use patterns of the City. This request is not compatible nor harmonious, and other treatment centers within the City do not have residences directly abutting the facilities. The community impact study says the proposed layout will be beneficial by camouflaging it, and the existing block wall and abundant trees and shrubs add to the integrity of the security. He commented that by their own statement the applicants are aware of the non-compatible location. The study says that Liahona intends to avoid a prison-like appearance with no additional fencing, but some of the adjoining residences and businesses have only a 4' fence between them which is not an adequate deterrent or protection for the neighbors. There are risks to the adjacent owners and property values will be decreased. This type of facility requires liability insurance. No one wants to do business or live next to a place where police assistance may be required, and each youth is in trouble and not happy about being removed from his home. The east stairway is not enclosed and not fire rated. This is a code violation and places them at risk in case of a fire. He also expressed concern that the windows were fire-rated, and on three sides the building is only 5' away from the property lines. Fire-rated windows are not operable and a residential treatment facility is required to have windows for all treatment rooms. The City Council should be committed to preservation and renovation of the downtown, and a ?no? vote is simply a recognition that the facility should be located where there is adequate parking and there are no residences adjacent to the property. Mr. Campbell clarified that the State Code requires that each room have a window, but if the building is too close to the property line, it cannot have windows. The windows on the outside walls are non-operable, with steel frames and wire glass. Laura Bergeson and Julie Wand, operators of the Montessori School around the corner from the proposed facility, advised that their school is less than 400' from the northeast corner of the property to the southeast corner of the school walking through the street. The school is less than 150' if one cuts through the property. They expressed concern about the safety of their students, and while the applicants say they only take children who have not been adjudicated or through the court system, this is not who they are advertising for. She advised that the Montessori School has been educating children in St. George since 1984 and has been a long-time contributor to the community. Ms. Bergeson commented that the reason Liahona will be a secure facility is because the youth are troubled and the Liahona Academy, according to their website, does not guarantee against accidents, sexual activity or use of illegal substances. She commented that while Liahona says they will not take youth who have been mandated to the program by the court, they cannot assure that they will not be taking youth who have not been in the court system at all. Approval of the Liahona Academy would severely limit the peace of mind and opportunity to provide safety for the children of the Montessori School. She strongly suggested the request be denied. Lorraine Blanch explained that she rents the Seegmiller home and has lived there ten years. Mr. Seegmiller was not notified of the Planning Commission meeting. She stated she wanted to be assured use of the property by Liahona would not be detrimental to her use of her backyard, or to the safety or welfare of the citizens. She stated she would like to continue to have the opportunity to use her backyard without worrying about the schedule of the youth in the facility or hearing foul language. She commented there was not enough parking at the facility. Jim Boone advised that he worked for Cinnamon Hills which has 125 youth in the program, 204 employees, and 90 parking stalls, and it is difficult to find parking. ...


City Council Minutes 01/20/2011:
...ent. They will become two bucket trucks when outfitted. The amount is $171,204. St. George City Council Minutes January 20, 2011 Page Two City...


City Council Minutes 04/05/2001:
...d a request from UDOT for a quit-claim deed of a small sliver of property (204 sq. ft.) located within the Sunland Drive right-of-way so that they can...


City Council Minutes 02/01/2007:
...raffic survey. The survey shows that between 5:00 and 6:00 p.m. there are 204 cars. During a 24 hour period this equate to over 2,000 vehicles. 450 ...


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Junior Development Ages 10 1/2 to 14 Green Dot Ball :
  Description Jr. Development clinics utilize a 75% compressed green dot ball and a 78’ court (full size court) to help players between the ages of 10 and 13 and staying within the parame...


Club of Aces "Adult Singles" Tournament:
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St. George Doubles Tennis Classic:
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