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City Council Minutes 02/07/2008:
...er. He suggested that from May to November the hours should be extended to midnight. Mr. Perkins advised that the police would like set hours for enforcement purposes. Mayor McArthur suggested the hours of operation should be until 10:00 p.m. in the winter and midnight in the summer. City Manager Gary Esplin clarified that these hours are for the Town Square only and not for other parks within the City. Hours for special events will be clarified in the special event permit. Mr. Perkins clarified that the hours of operation will be 10:00 p.m. between daylight savings time hours in the winter, and until midnight in the summer. He advised that the hours and policies and procedures will be posted at a kiosk in the Town Square. MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Almquist to approve the policies and procedures, including hours of operation until 10:00 p.m in the winter as designated by daylight savings time, and until midnight in the summer. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Council Member...


City Council Minutes 06/07/2001:
...00 Jet/Sonata & Apollo Bluegrass Granite Seed $16,200 Palmer/Prelude & Midnight Bluegrass Agrono-Tec Seed Co. $17,000 Navajo/Omega III & Midnight Bluegrass Green Resources $19,000 Palmer/Prelude & Preakness Bluegrass Helena Chemical Co. $20,000 Palmer/Prelude & Preakness Bluegrass She recommended award of the bid to the low bidder meeting specs, Green Resources, in the amount of $60,400. All the golf superintendents recommend use of the Palmer/Prelude and Preakness Bluegrass varieties. Golf Director Dave Terry distributed a hand-out rating Preakness Bluegrass higher than Midnight Bluegrass and explained from experience Preakness works better in ...


Midnight Heist Friday, June 26th Mixed Doubles Friday, July 31st Men and Women Doubles:
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PUBLIC NOTICE Public Notice 06/27/2014:
NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT IMPACT FEE FACILITIES PLANS AND AN IMPACT FEE ORDINANCE FOR CULINARY WATER, WASTEWATER, STORM WATER, TRANSPORTATION, POWER, FIRE/EMS, POLICE, AND PARKS & RECREATION AND NOTI...


PUBLIC NOTICE Public Notice 03/20/2015:
... be obtained from the City’s website: (www.sgcity.org/purchasing/openbids.php) or from Campbell & Associates Architecture, 46N200 E St. George, Utah ...


Public Notice Planning Commission 3/24/2020 Public Notice 03/24/2020:
PUBLIC NOTICE   Please be advised that the St. George City Planning Commission meeting regularly scheduled for Tuesday, March 24, 2020 has been cancelled.   Please see the notice be...


PUBLIC NOTICE Public Notice 07/17/2014:
The City of St. George will accept sealed bids for the following Surplus sale: COMMERCIAL STAINLESS STEEL RANGE, HOOD & WALK IN FREEZER There is no minimum bid and the City will review and co...


Midnight Madness Tennis Tournament 2020:
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Planning Commission Minutes 06/23/2009:
...ances in the evening open to the public from Monday thru Saturday until 12 midnight. The nightly dances would have a different focus each night, including “Over 40’s night”, Salsa/Latin night, Country/Line Dancing night, 80’s night, High School night, and Disco night. Since this was not part of the original request or approval this proposed additional use requires approval from the City Council, upon a recommendation from the Planning Commission.Property owners within 500’ of the subject property have been notified of this public hearing so if the neighbors have concerns they have been invited to both the PC and CC hearings on this request.Issues:1. Neighborhood compatibility Dances, if not adequately supervised with appropriate security can be a source of excessive noise and loitering late into the night. The applicant states she will have the ‘necessary security’ for weekend events which are geared toward younger groups. Also, the applicant mentions the possibility of having some event with a band outside, but moving it inside at dark. This has the potential for creating too much noise for the neighbors, so staff suggests that all dances and music be done indoors.2. Parking The property has been approved for a variety of uses although at present there are very few up and running. The indoor soccer has begun and is approved for nightly soccer. The dance assembly area is approximately 4,900 sq ft which could accommodate a large number of persons.(capacity cannot exceed 950 under the Fire Dept occupancy limits). However under the city parking standards, there must be at least one parking space for every 3.5 persons. Therefore an occupancy limit of 950 persons would require 271 parking spaces. Therefore the PC should recommend a maximum capacity limit based on facility size (ie, 4,900 sq ft) and the available number of paved parking spaces. There are 280 parking spaces on the premises.3. Security The applicant should agree to provide security beyond just the weekend if such is deemed necessary by the St George Police Dept.4. Fire Code Requirements Any approval should be subject to meeting the fire code requirements as set forth by Kevin Taylor, Fire Marshall. The applicant has summarized those requirements in her Addendum.The hearing was opened to the public.Andrea Riggs, applicant, came to the podium. She has had requests from clients to hold dances, which is why she would like to extend the hours. She feels that the community has a need for what she is requesting. If more security is needed, she is more than happy to work with that. Commissioner Burks asked what she would do about concessions.Andrea Riggs said she has nothing at the moment and has no plans for a restaurant. Virgil Beck is a property owner behind this building. He has no problems with the dance concept; however the hours of operation are of concern to him. One of the entrances is 80 ft. from his back yard and he has two young grandchildren living with him.Alia Adams came to the podium and said when they play the music she can hear it well. During the school year this is of concern to her. Commissioner Burks has a question for staff regarding the ground signs all around. He asked if there is a plan for one sign.Bob Nicholson said there are code violations that need to be worked out.Marvin Blosch addressed the sign and said originally one sign advertised 4 different activities. They are looking at putting a sign on the building itself that is more explicit. Once you drive 50 ft. in the drive there is a directory sign. He would like to get rid of the smaller signs.Marvin Blosch said it has been a year since they have been here. They are having difficulty getting their loan as the major source was HUD. They were hoping for an independent living facility in the front. They are still committed to the plans, just not as soon as they had hoped. He showed a rendition of the design of this building.As part of the ongoing need to finance the property, he also mentioned that he will be presenting a lot split request to staff this evening, as he will not be in town personally in two weeks. This is a financing technique to allow them to go forward. They don’t plan to sell the property or change their plans. Commissioner Read commented on Andrea using the north and the south parking and he asked what would happen to the spaces on soccer evenings.Bob said one option is to set a lower capacity for the dance. They have 280 paved parking spaces on site. A 950 person capacity would only leave 8 spaces for someone else. He doubts that 900 people would show up for a dance, but you do have to prepare for that scenario. Bob said between the indoor soccer and the dance, they will need to share the parking lot. The capacity may need to come down due to the parking that is available.Marv said that 30-35 cars are most the indoor soccer has used. Commissioner Read asked about the class sizes and if Andrea is doing anything in the evenings now.Andrea said the aerobics would be 3 nights a week from 8:30 to 9:30. The class size thus far has been 6 people. She hopes an average class size would be 30-60 people.Commissioner Campbell asked about the noise and if it will be a live band, a DJ or both.Andrea said they have a sound system for now and for the events they would like to have local bands. Once a month they’d also like to have a DJ. They would not do this during the week. Andrea said the doors will also be closed during the dance, which will help with the noise level.Commissioner Campbell asked if they could pick one door exit that would be conducive to the neighbors. Andrea said that was agreeable to her.Virgil Beck came to the podium again and mentioned the trash he picks up from the soccer events. When soccer ends at 10:00 p.m., sometimes people linger until 10:30 p.m. and chatter outside. With a midnight ending, he anticipates people lingering until 12:30 and that is a ...


City Council Minutes 07/21/2011:
...acres of parking and eight acres of track. Hours will be from 7:00 a.m. to midnight. Night venues will continue from May through October. There will be a minimum of twelve races a year. Access will be through a private gravel roadway. The applicants do not want to put any money into paving the gravel road because it will be moved at some point in the future to a permanent road paralleling the Southern Corridor. The moto cross park will be responsible to maintain the private roadway. Ownership is now in Desert Canyons. The applicant will install a perimeter fence. He displayed photos of the site. Water for dust control will come from a well in the middle of the MX park. The applicant intends to water with an automated sprinkler system and will water the track and access road as required. Soil stabilization information has been provided and will the applicant will provide a hard crusted surface which will be reapplied at least twice a year for dust control. The Airport Manager has visited the site and is concerned that dust not interfere with airport equipment. Parking will be on a 19 acre gravel site. The Planning Commission determined this is a unique test case as the former City airport utilized gravel parking, as does the Sunbowl and truck stop. Under City Code the entire area would have to be paved which is cost prohibitive. The parking ordinance requires an all-weather surface. A permanent building is not proposed. There will be portable restrooms. The applicants also request overnight camping on site and a camping plan will be provided. There will not be any hook-ups. There is another project proposed for a wakeboard park in the same general area. A hillside permit is not required, and the Planning Commission felt the remote location would not disturb any neighbors. The Planning Commission recommends approval subject to the following conditions: (1) Approved for five years maximum. (2) Hours are to be 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight maximum. St. George City Council Minutes July 21, 2011 Pag...


Planning Commission Minutes 07/27/2010:
... Eric McFadden replied noon to 10:00 p.m. during the weekdays and open to midnight on weekends. Ray said there is a narrative in their PC packets from the applicant describing the tattoo operation.Eric McFadden said they believe as neighbors they would blend into this use perfectly.Commissioner Burks asked Deputy City Attorney Paula Houston about the noticing policy. Are only the owners of the buildings notified of a new use and not the businesses themselves? Deputy City Attorney Paula Houston said that is true.Commissioner Burks said he asked Ray Snyder to contact the police department to see if there have been any disturbances at the tattoo parlors in town and they have not responded to this question. He feels this request should be postponed until they can hear from the Police Department. Officer John Heppler spoke and said he did receive that request from City staff and he stated that over the last 10 years of service calls there was no substantial problems here tattoo parlors were concerned.PLANNING COMMISSIONJuly 27, 2010Page FourCommissioner Taylor spoke on the conditional use permit that it goes with the property not the owner. Recognize that he would like to have input from the adjacent property owners. He would like to make sure they are aware of the use and approval of the use.Bob Nicholson said on a Conditional Use Permit if it is tabled then the Planning Commission needs to tie it into one of these negative impacts. Under State Law this use is a permitted use under the Conditional Use Permit unless an adverse problem cannot be mitigated. Unless you find that one of the findings is not being met such as Noise, Dust, Odors, etc. then it can’t be tabled.Deputy City Attorney Paula Houston said she agreed with this. She understands that they want notice to the neighbors but it has to fall into one of these areas. You need to decide which of these findings would cause a negative impact and you need to give them a chance to mitigate the negative impact, not deny it just because the neighbors would not like the idea of the business.Eric said two units to the left side of him are vacant. Plus two or three others on the other side are vacant.Commissioner Taylor asked Eric if he had contacted the neighbors. Eric replied he had contacted the businesses that are currently there; they did not have a problem with his type of business coming in. Deputy City Attorney Paula Houston asked about the chemicals and how you dispose of them.Eric said the instruments will be sterilized. They have taken their plans to the Health Department and said everything looks good. No odors are involved.MOTION: Commissioner Hullinger made a motion to recommend to City Council approval for a request for a conditional use permit to manage and operate a tattoo shop. The property is located at 344 East Sunland Drive based on no negative findings. Commissioner Taylor said he would suggest they make a time limit for 10:00 p.m. with no starting time.Eric McFadden asked if the time could be extended to midnight on the weekends.PLANNING COMMISSIONJuly 27, 2010Page FiveChairman ...


City Council Minutes 12/15/2005:
...dance instruction beginning at 9:30 p.m. and dancing from 10:00 p.m. until midnight. A dance hall license will be needed. The Planning Commission recommended approval subject to the following conditions: (1) operate once a week only, (2) the activity shall be contained inside of the Ice Cream Parlor, (3) hours shall be from 9:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. for dance instruction and 10:00 p.m. to midnight for open dance sessions, and (4) comply with the provisions of Sec...


City Council Minutes 08/20/2009:
...age the inside of the building well, but the noise from the parking lot at midnight could disturb the neighbors. Councilmember Allen inquired about the presence of the gang task force. Lt. Farnsworth replied if there were any indication of a problem, the gang task force would be there. City Attorney Shawn Guzman advised that any violations could be handled by Code Enforcement, or be charged criminally as misdemeanors. The only other remedy would be to revoke the business license for six months, but he was not aware of any time that has been done. Mayor McArthur opened the public hearing. Charles Reiman stated he was not against the dances but was concerned about 500 people and the resulting 150 cars. Cars will be flashing their lights at the homes to the east. He stated that 500 people was too many and the closing time should be limited to 11:30, not midnight or 1:00 a.m. Chris Brownberger advised he was not against danc...


Planning Commission Minutes 04/08/2008:
...s time. Commissioner Campbell asked about the Saturday times lasting till midnight. Roger said the last game starts at 11:00 p.m. Commissioner Bur...


Planning Commission Minutes 08/26/2008:
.... to 11:00 p.m. On Friday and Saturday they will operate at 5:00 a.m. to midnight. Ray spoke on the narrative the applicant gave to describe his bu...


PUBLIC NOTICE Public Notice 08/01/2012:
...285 West Tabernacle Street, Suite 300, St. George, UT 84770, postmarked by midnight, August 24, 2012. Individuals needing special accommodations (i...


City Council Minutes 04/18/2013:
...ing for its own rooms, and there are none to spare. Hours are 7:00 p.m. to midnight Wednesday through Saturday. He then read staff’s comments. Th...


City Council Minutes 06/09/2011:
...e lighting. Mr. Harker explained that the use would typically be until midnight or 1:00 a.m. He wondered if moving the rink to the other side of ...


City Council Minutes 10/06/2011:
...’s 150th birthday on January 17, that the City scale back the Twilight to Midnight celebration, perhaps just have a dance, and save the funds for fir...


Planning Commission Minutes 07/14/2009:
... to three nights per week and not nightly. They would end at 11:30 and not midnight. Bob gave a recap of the issues. First is parking. Bob explained ...


City Council Minutes 10/15/2015:
...act and manage • Electric Theater: open and staffed for 10:00 p.m. - midnight movie – movie purchase to be covered by sponsors Melynda a...


Planning Commission Agenda 07/28/2009:
...down and doesn’t keep playing and security has the parking lot cleared by midnight. He also thinks they need further restriction on the number of peo...


Planning Commission Minutes 07/12/2011:
...oncessions. The hours of operation would be from 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (midnight). The proposed park would be used 15 to 20 days a month for pract...


Planning Commission Minutes 05/08/2012:
... dance hall during Friday and Saturday they start at 8:30 p.m. and go till midnight. Jim Arslanian with Eagle Academy said he has potential concerns....


City Council Minutes 05/19/2011:
...t a City Council meeting to contact the City Recorder. He announced that a midnight 5k run at the old airport will be held May 27, and the first movie...


Planning Commission Minutes 09/22/2009:
... that the hours of operation would be until 11:00 p.m. during the week and midnight during the weekends.Commissioner Burks asked about the sides of th...


Planning Commission Minutes 08/11/2009:
...is is fine. It is when the minor is by himself. The City curfew is between midnight and five a.m. that they can’t be out by themselves. If they are w...


Planning Commission Agenda 08/11/2009:
...is is fine. It is when the minor is by himself. The City curfew is between midnight and five a.m. that they can’t be out by themselves. If they are w...


Planning Commission Minutes 07/28/2009:
...down and doesn’t keep playing and security has the parking lot cleared by midnight. He also thinks they need further restriction on the number of peo...


Planning Commission Minutes 04/09/2013:
...ge 16 years to 25 years old. The hours proposed are approximately 7 PM to midnight on Wednesday through Saturday. The important issue for discus...


City Council Minutes 03/16/2006:
...g hours would be 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 11 a.m. to midnight on Friday and Saturday. Mr. Maserang stated that he intervie...


City Council Minutes 08/26/1999:
...nbowl, with a major entertainer scheduled for 11:00 p.m., and fireworks at midnight. City Manager Gary Esplin advised the State today notified the...


City Council Minutes 12/18/2003:
...vents. Festivities start at 7:00pm and go through the firework display at midnight. Council Member Isom arrived at 4:15p.m. Deana Evans recog...


City Council Minutes 04/19/2001:
...ng construction. Mr. Baker indicated it may be closed some nights between midnight and 4:00 a.m. River Road Rebid Council Members asked about the...


City Council Minutes 05/18/2000:
...nyon High School is holding a similar event at the Recreation Center until midnight which is more easily chaperoned. He advised that the Police Chief...


City Council Minutes 01/03/2002:
...e Police Department feels it would be better to have one uniform curfew of midnight for all minors, age 17 and younger, as it will be much easier to e...


City Council Minutes 02/24/2000:
...vate club would cater to persons age 35+. Hours will be from 3:00 p.m. to midnight, and the club will not be open during lunch hours. Gary Kuhlma...


City Council Minutes 11/18/2004:
...l 1:00 a.m. The new State law would require them to stop serving at 12:00 midnight. He recommended approval of the ordinance moving the closing time...


City Council Minutes 04/20/2006:
... Monday through Thursday, Friday and Saturday hours would be 11:00 a.m. to midnight and they would be closed Sunday. Council Member Bunker asked ...


City Council Minutes 08/05/2010:
...nd any restriction on hours, but the business will typically be open until midnight. The applicant has met with the Health Department on site and staf...


City Council Minutes 09/29/2010:
... not correct and the FAA wants the lights turned off at the old airport at midnight on January 12. The City is in the process of sculpting an agreemen...


City Council Minutes 12/28/2009:
... the City is ready for First Night which will be held from 7:00 p.m. until midnight on New Year’s Eve at the Town Square. There are 28 venues. ADJ...


City Council Minutes 12/03/2009:
...ay night dance will be for high school students with hours of 8:00 p.m. to midnight. Mayor McArthur commented there has been concern from the adja...


City Council Minutes 04/17/2008:
... last game start at 10:00 p.m. He said they had wanted to stay open until midnight and having to close by 10:00 p.m. would eliminate two games being ...


City Council Minutes 09/18/2008:
...water wisely. Council Member Almquist advised that watering lawns from midnight until 4:00 a.m. will cause fungus. He stated that landscape profes...


City Council Minutes 12/09/2010:
...ced the City’s New Year’s Eve celebration has been renamed “Twilight to Midnight”. The new airport dedication ceremony will be held January 12, 20...


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