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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 84770. Plans, Specifications, and Contract Documents will be available on the Website, however Addenda will only be provided or sent to plan holders that are on the plan holders list. Contractors will need to call (435) 627-4800 to be placed on the plan holders list. If you would like a copy of the Contract Documents a printed set may be obtained for $40.00 per set or $25.00 per electronic set...


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 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 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...


City Council Minutes 01/22/2015:
...n projects. As part of the grant, the City had to match half the funds to print the books. The books will be sold in the Planning Department for $15, which covers half the printing costs. Mayor Pike asked if it is possible to also sell the books at the Arts Museum. Mr. Harvey replied yes. Councilmember Randall inquired about selling the books at the Chamber of Commerce as well. Mayor Pike replied yes. St. George City Council Minutes January 22, 2015 Page Two Mr. Harvey stated that the grant covered the cost to print 150 books. He explained what qualifies a home as a historic site. ...


City Council Minutes 01/22/2015:
...n projects. As part of the grant, the City had to match half the funds to print the books. The books will be sold in the Planning Department for $15, which covers half the printing costs. Mayor Pike asked if it is possible to also sell the books at the Arts Museum. Mr. Harvey replied yes. Councilmember Randall inquired about selling the books at the Chamber of Commerce as well. Mayor Pike replied yes. St. George City Council Minutes January 22, 2015 Page Two Mr. Harvey stated that the grant covered the cost to print 150 books. He explained what qualifies a home as a historic site. ...


City Council Minutes 03/03/2016:
...to the All Abilities Park so that 320 disabled children can have their handprints at the Park. Mayor Pike asked the University of Utah Master’s Social Work Program students to come forward. The students introduced themselves and explained that they are in the Distance Program. One of the students explained that the program is a 2-year program with an emphasis on mental health. Mayor Pike mentioned that Councilmembers Arial and Bowcutt are out of town as they are heading to Washington, DC for a national convention. Since a unanimous vote will be required, staff contacted some of the applicants who have rescheduled their item. COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC: Resident Mark Woodbury mentioned that on January 29, he sent an appeal to the Review Board. He read his letter which stated that when he tried to opt out, the website was not available. The Review Board denied his appeal. He mentioned notices on the bottom of the utility bills – he did not see a notice about the recycling program. Mayor Pike showed Mr. Woodbury a sample of the envelope and the back of the utility bill which showed the notice of the recycling program and the opt out period being September 2, 2015 – October 31, 2015. He asked Mr. Woodbury to look at the bills for August and September to see if the notice was on the back. If the board missed something, he suggests the appeal be reconsidered. He outlined the advertisements regarding the recycling program and explained that the reason for the recycling program is to lengthen the life of the landfill. Glass cannot be put in the BluCan; however, they can still be recycled using the binnies. The binnies at Harmon’s were recently removed and Lins removed them before the BluCan program started. City Manager Gary Esplin advised that items 2K and 2L will be removed from tonight’s agenda. AWARD OF BID: Consider award of bid for the Biosolids roof replacement project. St. George City Council Minutes March 3, 2016 Page Two City Manager Gary Esplin reminded the Council that the roof collapsed at the Wastewater Treatment Plant. Only one bid was received. Purchasing Manager Connie Hood advised the bid was from Hughes General Contractors in the amount of $288,100. Some of the contractors called to say they didn’t respond because they are too busy at this time. MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Randall to approve the contract with Hughes Contracting for the Biosolids roof in the amount of $288,100. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Councilmember Baca. VOTE: Mayor Pike called for a vote, as follows: Councilmember Hughes – aye Councilmember Randall - aye Councilmember Baca – aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONTRACT: Consider approval of a professional services contract with Bowen Collin & Associates for the Commerce Drive Road project. City Manager Gary Esplin explained the professional services contract is for Commerce Drive. The Council previously discussed connecting Little Valley to Commerce Drive across the Ft. Pierce Wash. This is a critical part of the transportation plan. The contract would be for Bowen Collins to design the roadway and culvert crossing. Purchasing Manager Connie Hood advised the amount of the contract is $130,244. MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Hughes to award the contract to Bowen Collins in the amount of $130,244. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Councilmember Randall. VOTE: Mayor Pike called for a vote, as follows: Councilmember Hughes – aye Councilmember Randall - aye Councilmember Baca – aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. AWARD OF BID: Consider award of bid for testing, water sampling and reports for remediation of Wastewater Treatment Plant tank. City Manager Gary Esplin stated this contract is for the remediation of the Wastewater Treatment Plant tank. He explained that Stantec will be providing the services and is required under the state program. Purchasing Manager Connie Hood advised the amount is not to exceed $38,150. MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Hughes to award the bid for the water sampling testing to Stantec, not to exceed $38,150. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Councilmember Baca. VOTE: Mayor Pike called for a vote, as follows: St. George City Council Minutes March 3, 2016 Page Three Councilmember Hughes – aye Councilmember Randall - aye Councilmember Baca – aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. AWARD OF BID: Consider award of bid for furniture for the Energy Services Control building. City Manager Gary Esplin explained the furniture is for the new Energy Services control building. Only one bid was received. Purchasing Manager Connie Hood explained this is a custom design; staff looked for vendors who can supply this and only found two. The amount for the modular furniture and installation is $43,925.60. Additionally, Southern Utah Office Machines & Supplies will be providing items that are not custom. The total cost for all items $66,051.66. MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Randall to approve the bid for furniture and the fixtures to Right Line and Southern Utah Office Machines & Supplies in the amount of $66,051.66 SECOND: The motion was seconded by Councilmember Baca. VOTE: Mayor Pike called for a vote, as follows: Councilmember Hughes – aye Councilmember Randall - aye Councilmember Baca – aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. AWARD OF BID: Consider award of bid for traffic signal construction at Dixie Drive and 1600 South. City Manager Gary Esplin advised this bid is for installation of the traffic signal at Dixie Drive and 1600 South. This will be the connection to Plantations Drive as well as the 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: Mayor Pike called for a vote, as follows: Councilmember Hughes – aye Councilmember Randall - aye Councilmember Baca – aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. AWARD OF BID: Consider award of bid for the City Commons Building re-roofing project. City Manager Gary Esplin explained this item is included in the current budget. St. George City Council Minutes March 3, 2016 Page Four Purchasing Manager Connie Hood advised three formal bids received; Heritage Roofing was the low bidder at $112,734. MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Randall to approve the bid for the re-roofing of the City Commons building to Heritage Roofing in the amount of $112,734. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hughes. VOTE: Mayor Pike called for a vote, as follows: Councilmember Hughes – aye Councilmember Randall - aye Councilmember Baca – aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. Councilmember Jimmie Hughes noted the other bids were quite a bit higher. AWARD OF BID: Consider award of bid for the River Road/Ft. Pierce Bridge and roadway widening project. City Manager Gary Esplin stated that the next three items are for the River Road project and are included in the current budget. Purchasing Manager Connie Hood advised that Interstate Rock Products was the low bidder at 2,891,673.30. There were quite a few bidders, some of which were really close. Mayor Pike read what is included in the project as follows: installation of a new bridge, roadway widening that includes curb and gutter, sidewalk, drainage structures and pipe and a traffic signal at River Road and Horseman Park Drive. Purchasing Manager Connie Hood explained that the engineers estimate was $3,703,775. MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Randall to award the bid to Interstate Rock Products to complete the River Road/Ft. Pierce Bridge and roadway project in the amount of $2,891,673.30. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Councilmember Baca. VOTE: Mayor Pike called for a vote, as follows: Councilmember Hughes – aye Councilmember Randall - aye Councilmember Baca – aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. AWARD OF CONTRACT: Consider award of contract for construction management services for the River Road/Ft. Pierce Bridge and roadway widening project. City Manager Gary Esplin explained this contract is for the construction management services. The recommendation is to use Jviation who did the design work. Purchasing Manager Connie Hood advised the amount of the contract is $234,600. St. George City Council Minutes March 3, 2016 Page Five MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Hughes to approve the construction management services for the River Road/Ft. Pierce Bridge and roadway widening project with Jviation in the amount of $234,600. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Councilmember Baca. Mayor Pike mentioned that the item it also includes public outreach so residents know what is going on. VOTE: Mayor Pike called for a vote, as follows: Councilmember Hughes – aye Councilmember Randall - aye Councilmember Baca – aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. AWARD OF BID: Consider award of contract for testing services for the River Road/Ft. Pierce Bridge and roadway widening project. City Manager Gary Esplin stated part of the project is testing of the material being put in. It is recommended to award the contract to Landmark. Purchasing Manager Connie Hood advised the amount of the contract is $25,325. MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Hughes to award the testing contract to Landmark Testing and Engineering in the amount of $25,325. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Councilmember Randall. VOTE: Mayor Pike called for a vote, as follows: Councilmember Hughes – aye Councilmember Randall - aye Councilmember Baca – aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. AWARD OF BID: Consider award of bid for Millcreek Park. City Manager Gary Esplin explained the City has been waiting on federal approval to build the park. The project is included in the current budget. Purchasing Manager Connie Hood mentioned who the other bidders were. The low bidder was JP Excavating at $609,081.54 MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Randall to approve the bid JP Excavating for Millcreek Park in the amount of $609,081.54. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Councilmember Baca. VOTE: Mayor Pike called for a vote, as follows: Councilmember Hughes – aye Councilmember Randall - aye Councilmember Baca – aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. St. George City Council Minutes March 3, 2016 Page Six AWARD OF BID: Consider award of bid for the All Abilities Park treehouse and fort. City Manager Gary Esplin explained that the next two items are for the All Abilities Park and should be subject to the City Manager seeing that the funds are within the approved budget. Parks Planner Mark Goble showed a map of the park and where the treehouse and fort will be located. There are two openings in the volcano where visitors will be able to access the playground. He then showed photos of the structures included in the proposal. The fort has a stainless steel slide because plastic slides interfere with cochlear implants. He then showed a spreadsheet outlining the RFP Rating. Staff’s recommendation is award the bid to Great Western. Mayor Pike mentioned that although fundraising efforts are going well, there is still a need for additional donations. MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Randall to award the bid to Great Western Park and Playground for the All Abilities Park treehouse and fort in the amount of $229,975, subject to the City Manager making sure the funds are within the proposed budget. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Councilmember Baca. VOTE: Mayor Pike called for a vote, as follows: Councilmember Hughes – aye Councilmember Randall - aye Councilmember Baca – aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. AWARD OF BID: Consider award of bid for the All Abilities Park playground; playground surfacing. Parks Planner Mark Goble presented a PowerPoint presentation covering the following topics: Playground Surfacing; Surfaceplay/Nottsport Surfacing; Surfaceplay/Nottsport Surfacing Silkwood Park 2015; Surfaceplay/Nottsport Surfacing Silkwood Park 2016; Surfaceplay/Nottsport Surfacing Lifecycle Comparison; and RFP Rating. MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Hughes to approve the bid for the All Abilities Park playground surfacing to Sontagg Recreation in the amount of $249,866.40. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Councilmember Baca. VOTE: Mayor Pike called for a vote, as follows: Councilmember Hughes – aye Councilmember Randall - aye Councilmember Baca – aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. City Manager Gary Esplin mentioned that the 450 North project will be rescheduled at the request of the applicant. It was going to be heard tonight; however, the applicant chose to wait since there were only three Councilmembers present. St. George City Council Minutes March 3, 2016 Page Seven BOND RESOLUTION: Consideration for adoption of a resolution of the City Council of the City of St. George City, Utah, authorizing the issuance and sale of not more than $65,000,000 aggregate principal amount of electric revenue refunding bonds, Series 2016 and related matters. City Manager Gary Esplin advised the Council approved electric revenue refunding bond at $51 million recently. There are two bonds for the Millcreek Generation Plant. Direct Placement bonds can be refunded if the market holds. The market lost ground in the past two weeks; but still in a good spot. The bond is higher because the City may have to provide a debt reserve fund. Additional bonds are not being issued. The City may be able to obtain bond insurance, if that is successful, the debt reserve fund will not be necessary. MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Hughes to approve the resolution refunding the bonds not more than $65,000,000 for the electric revenue bonds. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Councilmember Baca. VOTE: Mayor Pike called for a roll call vote, as follows: Councilmember Hughes – aye Councilmember Randall - aye Councilmember Baca – aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. ADJOURN TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MEETING: MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Baca to adjourn to the Neighborhood Redevelopment Agency meeting. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Councilmember Randall. VOTE: Mayor Pike called for a vote, as follows: Councilmember Hughes – aye Councilmember Randall - aye Councilmember Baca – aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. The City Council meeting reconvened after the Neighborhood Redevelopment Agency meeting. ADOPT THE CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT AREA PLAN/ORDINANCE: Consider approval of an ordinance adopting the Central Business District Community Development Project Area Plan, as approved by the Redevelopment Agency of the City of St. George, as the official Community Development Project Area Plan, and directing that notice be given. MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Randall to approve an ordinance adopting the Central Business District Community Development Project Area Plan. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Councilmember Baca. VOTE: Mayor Pike called for a roll call vote, as follows: Councilmember Hughes – aye Councilmember Randall - aye St. George City Council Minutes March 3, 2016 Page Eight Councilmember Baca – aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. ADOPT THE MILLCREEK COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT AREA PLAN/ORDINANCE: Consider approval of an ordinance adopting the Millcreek Community Development Project Area Plan, as approved by the Redevelopment Agency of the City of St. George, as the official Community Development Project Area Plan, and directing that notice be given. MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Hughes to approve an ordinance adopting the Millcreek Community Development Project Area Plan. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Councilmember Baca. VOTE: Mayor Pike called for a roll call vote, as follows: Councilmember Hughes – aye Councilmember Randall - aye Councilmember Baca – aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. City Attorney Shawn Guzman noted that both of the ordinances included direction that notice be given. SET PUBLIC HEARINGS: Planner Ray Snyder stated that at their meeting held on February 23, 2016, the Planning Commission recommended setting public hearings on March 17, 2016 to consider: 1) A request to rezone approximately 12.36 acres generally located at 3025 South River Road from Open Space, R-1-10 and A-1 to Planned Development Commercial; 2) A request to amend the Planned Development Commercial on approximately 1.5 acres generally located at the northwest corner of River Road South and 1450 South Street to develop a Rite Aid Pharmacy; and 3) A request to amend the Hidden Valley Master Plan for a 4.77 acre commercial neighborhood development at the corner of Brigham Road and Desert Hills Drive. MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Randall to set the public hearings for March 17, 2016. Councilmember Baca commented that it is important to have the master sign plan on the agenda. SECOND: The motion was seconded by Councilmember Baca. VOTE: Mayor Pike called for a vote, as follows: Councilmember Hughes – aye Councilmember Randall - aye Councilmember Baca – aye The vote was unanimous and the motion carried. CONDITIIONAL USE PERMIT: Consider approval of a conditional use permit to construct a detached accessory structure 18’ in height on property located at 2556 East 2300 South Circle. Dustin Dell, applicant. St. George City Council Minutes March 3, 2016 Page Nine Planner Ray Snyder presented a PowerPoint presentation covering the following topics: reason for request; vicinity aerial map; site aerial map; photos – google maps; elevations; site plan; foot print and floor plan. He reviewed staff comments and the ordinance pertain...


Planning Commission Minutes 04/26/2005:
...t buildings but the views. They spread the building’s out and their foot print. They want to do more square footage as well. They will stay within...


City Council Minutes 10/08/2015:
...ecember 2016 • Professional live entertainment, sound $1,600 • Print/graphic design $400 • Block off Main Street from St. George Bou...


City Council Minutes 03/19/2015:
... bottom floor and placed for aesthetics. Mr. Rindlisbacher handed out print outs of his Power Point and began the presentation. Council Memb...


City Council Minutes 01/17/2013:
...ell as shifting the garage 3 feet to the east with no increase to the foot print of the garage. MOTION: A motion was made by Council Member Hughes ...


City Council Minutes 06/06/2013:
...ewing. Marc Mortensen stated a copy of the budget is also available in print in the City Recorder’s Office. Mayor McArthur opened the pub...


City Council Minutes 08/28/2014:
...tah Film Commission; Online; Filmed in Utah: Online; Filmed in St. George; Print Materials; Production Resources; Production - Partners; 2014 Sundance...


City Council Meeting Minutes Minutes 05/17/2018:
...bsp; Consider award of bid for the outsourcing of utility data processing, print, mail services, and electronic bill presentment to DataProse LLC.   e.    Consider approval of an amended cooperative agreement with UDOT for The Ledges Interchange improvements.     St. George City Council Minutes May 17, 2018 Page Two   City Manager Adam Lenhard asked the Council if they would like to remove any of the items from the Consent Calendar to discuss, if not he suggested making a single motion to approve all of the items.   MOTION:      A motion was made by Councilmember Baca to approve items a – e on the consent calendar. SECOND:        The motion was seconded by Councilmember Bowcutt. VOTE:             Mayor Pike called for a vote, as follows:   Councilmember Randall – aye Councilmember Bowcutt – aye Councilmember Baca – aye           The vote was unanimous and the motion carried.   PUBLIC HEARING/GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT/ORDINANCE: Public hearing and consideration of an ordinance amending the general plan from LDR (Low Density Residential) to PO (Professional Office) on 5.42 acres located south of Dixie Regional Medical Center and east of Meadow Creek Estates, near River Road and 900 South.     Planner Ray Snyder presented the request to amend the general plan to change the existing land use from a low density residential designation to a professional office, which supports AP (Administrative Office) or PD-C zoning districts.  He presented a PowerPoint presentation covering the following topics:  zoning map and aerial view; current general plan; map.  The Planning Commission recommended approval.   The applicant indicated that they have met with residents.   Mayor Pike opened the public hearing.    Resident George Mueller mentioned that he is concerned with the height of the buildings.   Mayor Pike noted the height is not yet known as this is a general plan amendment; if they plan on the buildings being higher than 35’, the applicant would have to request a conditional use permit.    Mr. Mueller stated that nearby residents were promised, by a previous Council, that there would be a green strip along Meadow Creek.  This should be considered.  They thought they had an agreement, but were told it wasn’t reflected in the minutes.   Mr. Snyder explained this is a general plan amendment, when the applicant returns for a zone change more information will be given.   Mayor Pike closed the public hearing.   City Attorney Shawn Guzman commented that one of the proposed changes to Title 10 is to raise the height requirement of 50’ to be approved by the Council with a conditional user permit. St. George City Council Minutes May 17, 2018 Page Three   MOTION:      A motion was made by Councilmember Randall to approve the ordinance amending the general plan from LDR (Low Density Residential) to PO (Professional Office).    SECOND:        The motion was seconded by Councilmember Bowcutt. VOTE:             Mayor Pike called for a roll call vote, as follows:   Councilmember Randall – aye Councilmember Bowcutt – aye Councilmember Baca – aye           The vote was unanimous and the motion carried.   PUBLIC HEARING/GENERAL PLAN AMENDMENT/ORDINANCE: Public hearing and consideration of an ordinance changing the general plan from MDR (Medium Density Residential) to MHDR (Medium High Density Residential) on 3.01 acres located at approximately 1999 W Canyon View Drive.   Planning and Zoning Manager John Willis presented  the request to amend the general plan to change the property from MDR (5-9 units per acre Medium Density Residential) to MHDR (10-15 units per acre Medium High Density Residential).  It is anticipated that between 30-45 residential units could be constructed and units would be similar to Estancia Resort or to the Lofts.  He presented a PowerPoint presentation covering the following topics:  aerial view; zoning map; current land use map; and plan.  The Planning Commission recommended approval.  He noted that short term rentals will be allowed and access will be worked out.   Mayor Pike opened the public hearing.  There being no comment, he closed the public hearing.   MOTION:      A motion was made by Councilmember Randall to approve the ordinance changing the general plan from MDR (Medium Density Residential) to MHDR (Medium High Density Residential) at approximately 1999 W Canyon View Drive. SECOND:        The motion was seconded by Councilmember Baca. VOTE:             Mayor Pike called for a roll call vote, as follows:   Councilmember Randall – aye Councilmember Bowcutt – aye Councilmember Baca – aye           The vote was unanimous and the motion carried.   PUBLIC HEARING/ZONE CHANGE/ORDINANCE: Public hearing and consideration of an ordinance changing the zoning from A1 (Agricultural) to RE-20 (Residential Estate 20,000 sq. ft. minimum lot size) on 19.5 acres for Crimson Meadows RVSD.  The property is generally located at 1600 South along 3000 East, on the east side of the road.   St. George City Council Minutes May 17, 2018 Page Four   Planning and Zoning Manager John Willis explained on March 15, 2018 the applicant requested R-1-10 on this property; however, the City Council denied the request.  The applicant has modified the application and is requesting RE-20.  City Code allows the City Council to determine if the application constitutes a significant change and if it can be considered prior to one year.  He presented a PowerPoint presentation covering the following topics:  aerial map; current zoning map; current general plan map; and zone change exhibit.  The Planning Commission recommended approval.   Mayor Pike opened the public hearing.    Resident Jim Brinkerhoff outlined his concerns regarding the City not yet having a plat, drainage issues, and traffic.   Mayor Pike explained the plat isn’t required at this stage - that will come in the future.    Mr. Brinkerhoff mentioned that he is also concerned for his livestock.   Assistant Public Works Director Wes Jenkins explained these items will be addressed when the plat comes in; he has offered to meet with Mr. Brinkerhoff at that time.   Colleen Brinkerhoff-Cook stated she has the same concerns as Mr. Brinkerhoff.   Applicant Kent Foot explained the history of the property; after hearing the concerns of the Council, they tried to work out a few issues.  He stated they have a couple of plats that he believes will work after which he noted he understands the concerns of the neighbors – they want to be good neighbors.  In talking with the neighbors, they are in favor of the proposed lot size.  He knows the development needs proper drainage.  He believes changing to RE-20 is a substantial change.    Mr. Brinkerhoff mentioned that he is also concerned with liability to his livestock and people that will complain about the smell.   Mayor Pike noted that the City tries to let people know with signage that states there is agricultural use.    City Attorney Shawn Guzman explained that there have been notes put on plats in the past; however, Mr. Brinkerhoff can continue to use the property for agricultural purposes.    Mayor Pike closed the public hearing.   MOTION:      A motion was made by Councilmember Randall to approve the zone change from A1 (Agricultural) to RE-20 (Residential Estate 20,000 sq. ft. minimum lot size), because this is a substantial change from the previous request, on 19.5 acres for Crimson Meadows RVSD generally located at 1600 South along 3000 East, on the east side of the road. SECOND:        The motion was seconded by Councilmember Bowcutt. VOTE:             Mayor Pike called for a roll call vote, as follows: St. George City Council Minutes May 17, 2018 Page Five   Councilmember Randall – aye Councilmember Bowcutt – aye Councilmember Baca – aye           The vote was unanimous and the motion carried.   PUBLIC HEARING/ZONE CHANGE/ORDINANCE: Public hearing and consideration of an ordinance changing the zoning from OS (Open Space) to C2 (Highway Commercial) on 12.90 acres for Twin Lakes. The property is generally located north of the I-15 Freeway between Twin Lakes Drive and Red Hills Parkway.   Planner Ray Snyder presented the request to change the zoning. No development is proposed.  The applicant is requesting a C2 zoning; therefore, all development would be required to comply with the applicable ordinances, in regards to heights, setbacks, and uses.  He presented a PowerPoint presentation covering the following topic:  aerial map; zoning map; general plan; applicant’s request; and the Planning Commission’s recommendation.  The Planning Commission recommended denial of the C-2 and recommend the zoning be Planned Develop Commercial (PD-C).  He outlined the comments from the Planning Commission.   Neil Walter, representative for the applicant, explained why the C2 was proposed and provided a history of the property.  The current owner made a significant effort and participated with the City, UDOT and America First Federal Credit Union to resolve issues regarding storm drain, boundary lines, backyard ownership, and land exchanges to realign the road and underpass.  He noted which properties are zoned C2 in the area.  They are not proposing a vertical development; rather they plan on a horizontal development.  A PD-C is a longer process.  He read the purpose of a C2 zone as defined in the City’s code.  They believe the parcel meets the purpose and requirements in the C2 zoning.   City Attorney Shawn Guzman stated if the goal is to limit uses, he does not believe the PD process will take additional time.  He feels a Planned Development (PD) would be the best way to accomplish what is being proposed and to allow input from the residents.    Mayor Pike explained that Sheffield’s property at 1450 South and River Road is Planned Development.   City Attorney Shawn Guzman explained the property owner can volunteer to limit some of the uses, but it makes it harder to track in the future.    Councilmember Bowcutt commented that he is concerned with some of the uses in the C2 zoning.   After being asked by Councilmember Baca, City Attorney Shawn Guzman explained that a billboard may be allowed.  He would have to determine the distance.   Mayor Pike opened the public hearing. St. George City Council Minutes May 17, 2018 Page Six   Resident Gary Hughes stated there are only nine (9) homes in his subdivision, with twenty-two (22) empty lots.  He noted that the Mall Drive underpass is not an exit off the freeway.  A road is being proposed so he is worried about additional noise from the traffic.  He wants to make sure what the developer proposes will not decrease their property values.  Additionally, he mentioned that they would like to see a buffer zone so they don’t have to hear the noise or see what is going on.    Resident Helen Johnson explained this is not an exit off the freeway.  She noted that she attended the Planning Commission meeting where they talked about how visible this property is.    Resident Robert Stein addressed the traffic situation creating issues driving into his development.  Additional traffic would create bigger issues, including safety.    Resident Wes Davis stated after listening to the comments, he believes commercial makes the most sense, C2 would work.  He explained that doing Planned Development takes a lot of time and money for businesses.    Business owner Aaron Smith stated that he helped develop the parcel to the east.  He explained that he has been through the process of developing C2 and Planned Development; it takes a lot longer to develop Planned Development and the cost is 20-30% greater.  He stated that backyards of these residents are owned by the developer; they did a land swap with the bank to get their yards to them.  Additionally, a road is being proposed through the property, with the developer covering the cost.  He commented that a Planned Development provides a deterrent from interest in a property, it is not fair to the landowner.    Mr. Hughes explained the wall they gave back to them is a cement wall and two tiers of stacked stones.  The walls, which have never been maintained, are falling over and need to be repaired.  He does not feel like the residents were given anything.   Putting in c-stores or gas stations would devalue their property and would not look appealing in this area.    Mayor Pike closed the public hearing.   Mr. Smith noted they have come to the Council and had a public hearing and they would be willing to table the request and meet with staff to work out use issues and if they should continue with the C2 zoning.   Mayor Pike explained that is up to him to request the item be tabled.  This is a sensitive area of the City.  It is up to the Council if they would like to table the item.   Mr. Smith formally made the request to table the request.   Councilmember Bowcutt stated that he would like to proceed tonight, restricting some of the uses.    Councilmember Randall noted that she has concerns with the uses, but more so aesthetics. St. George City Council Minutes May 17, 2018 Page Seven   Councilmember Baca noted that tabling the request may be appropriate.   MOTION:      A motion was made by Councilmember Bowcutt to table the request SECOND:        The motion was seconded by Councilmember Randall. VOTE:             Mayor Pike called for a vote, as follows:   Councilmember Randall – aye Councilmember Bowcutt – aye Councilmember Baca – aye           The vote was unanimous and the motion carried.   CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: Consider approval of a conditional use permit to establish a residential facility for the elderly out of a single family residence located at 417 North 2480 East; zoning is R-1-7 (Single Family Residential 7,000 sq. ft. minimum lot size).   Planner Ray Snyder presented the request for a conditional use permit to establish a residential facility for the elderly out of a single family residence located at 417 North 2480 East.  The applicant proposes to operate a Type I Assisted Living Care in a single family residence.  It is proposed to have a maximum of four (4) elderly persons as residents who will be required to reside in the house.  He presented a PowerPoint presentation covering the following topics:  vicinity map; aerial map; zoning map; general plan map; sketch; photos of the home; layout; floor plan; and title.  He mentioned the comments and conditions of the Planning Commission and noted they recommended approval with findings a-k.  Additionally, he mentioned a letter received in opposition.      Ron Hert, representative for the applicant, explained the den has plenty of room for a bed and will have a portable closet.  The applicant and her sons will take turns caring for the residents.  He stated there is very little traffic on the road and that her residents will not drive after which he explained that the applicant is very experienced in taking care of elderly patients.  He does not know if this home is in an HOA.    Councilmember Bowcutt mentioned that the Council was led to believe this home is in an HOA and that they could not have a business in the home.  The City does not monitor this, the HOA would.  He suggested the applicant look into that.   Mr. Hert explained these would be more renters with special benefits.  Residents would be in an assisted living situation.  Because of the footprint, it would be difficult for others to know these residents were in the...


Planning Commission Minutes 03/10/2009:
...uilding. The site is on approximately 3.84 acres. The building site footprint is 4,000 square feet. The owner is Paydirt Properties, LLC, the applicant is Mr. Jason Vowell, and Brown Consulting is the representative. The property is presently zoned C-3 (General Commercial) with a deed restriction. Hillside Permit Case No. 2008-HS-011.Ray Snyder presented this project. This is for the Hillside Permit. If the applicant is allowed to do this project, there would not be any other spot on the property that is able to be developed in the future. They now have a legal description where this building will be and for the parking lot itself. The intent is to make this look like the 3 story building under construction at this time. Under comments, Ray pointed out that on March 5th the City Council has now approved the modification of the deed restriction to allow the proposed storage building with restrictions and conditions agreed upon by the property owner. The retaining walls are part of the building itself and will be incorporated into its construction to limit excavation. The Hillside Review Board does recommend to the Planning Commission approval of this project. Ray also mentioned that at City Council on March 5th, the mayor asked if the owners would be willing to donate the non-disturbance hillside area to the City as open space. Joseph Farnsworth, Assistant City Attorney, stated that he received legal descriptions from Kelly. They have the draft and it should be ready within the next day or two to be recorded. Kelly Schmutz came to the podium and said the owner stated that he was going to contact the City Manager to begin negotiations of the donation agreement. He is sure the owners will pursue this, however tonight he does not want to tie any approval to that agreement.Assistant City Attorney Farnsworth said he would not recommend tying tonight’s hillside approval to the potential land donation, especially if the owners will be meeting with the City Manger to discuss the donation. He would like to wait until that donation agreement is finished, and then can be considered by the City Council MOTION: Commissioner Taylor made a motion by recognizing that the applicant has met the conditions required by the Hillside Review Board and meets the conditions with regard to the non-disturbance areas, he moves that they recommend approval for a hillside development permit for item # 3. The motion was seconded by Commission Nobis. All voted aye. Motion passes. 4. DISCUSSIONDirector Bob Nicholson reported on a proposed zoning regulation amendment for the commercial uses in the C-1, C-2, C-3, and C-4 zones.Bob Nicholson stated that this is just a discussion item to get feedback from the Planning Commission. It will then be advertised for a public hearing two weeks from tonight on March 24th. The City Council has asked that commercial uses be looked at and recommendations made. Staff reviewed the list of permitted and conditional uses in the various Commercial zones and has recommendation regarding changes and additions to the list of uses and the site development standards. Originally part of this was to expand the C-4 zone which has occurred now; the City Council did approve the expansion of the C-4 zone which is a positive thing for the downtown area. Some of the more significant changes staff is recommending would be that existing single family homes in commercial zones will be considered a permitted use. This code change will clearly make such reversion to residential use permitted. Under current code if they go away from residential use for 12 months, the code says they can’t revert back to residential. Staff feels that if it was built as a single family home it should have the opportunity to revert back to a single family use. Commissioner Taylor questioned that it would only be reverting to single family and not duplexes and apartments. Bob Nicholson stated that was correct and Commission Taylor then wanted to be sure there would be some definition of that included in the change. Assistant City Attorney Joseph Farnsworth questioned if this would apply to only existing homes and not newly built homes. Bob Nicholson stated that was correct.Commissioner Campbell asked if this could be a landmark site as well. Bob Nicholson said that it could, but it wouldn’t have to be. Most of the landmark sites are not in commercial zones, most are in residential zones.Bob continued with the changes regarding mini-storage units. Such use is not permitted in the C-1 or C-4 zone. This is intended to make mini-storage units more aesthetically compatible in commercial C-2 and C-3 zones and also where they are adjacent to residential zones.Commissioner Nobis asked if there is a difference between mini-storage and storage. Bob said they may want to define this as self storage. Mixed use buildings within the C-4 zone were also discussed. Bob Nicholson stated perhaps we need more definition of a print shop vs. a copy shop, as these lines seem to be blurring due to techn...


Planning Commission Minutes 05/12/2009:
...mately 24 ft.Craig showed a power point of this project along with a floor print. The materials will match their existing home. The purpose for the ga...


Planning Commission Minutes 10/13/2009:
...townhomes to cottages to regular houses. The units will have a smaller footprint because of the expansive soil problem on the site and the smaller footprints will help to keep the expense down for the piers required to mitigate the blue clay problem. The units will range in size of 1300 sq. ft. to 1500 sq. ft roughly. All the units will have a garage and all will range in height of 1 ½ to 2 stories. None will be taller than two stories.Slides were shown and it was mentioned that the single family homes will be along the edges of the development. New elevations were presented which would work better with the surrounding development. These have more of a southwest look which would blend better with the area. Staff comments include the following:1. The General Plan land use map is a guide for zoning decisions and zoning requests which are not consistent with the General Plan require a G.P. amendment prior to considering the zoning request. 2. The General Plan review is a chance to see how the subject property fits into the overall area and see what potential ripple effects would be from altering the proposed land use. We take a “macro-view” of the request rather than the “micro-view” typical of zoning requests.3. The vicinity north of the subject property is the single family subdivision Mesa Palms and to the south is Beehive Homes, a senior independent living and assisted living project. If the General Plan amendment is approved for this project, it will require an update to the Traffic Impact Study (TIS) prior to any Zone Change amendment.Acting Chairman Bracken asked what was different on this request from the one last year. Craig said the one last year was for twin homes. He said that this particular project will have a narrower footprint of single family homes. The number of units is 2 units less than the request last year that was made by a different applicant. Bob Nicholson said the purpose tonight is to talk broadly about the plan and medium density, not the specifics of the project. The question tonight is if it is wise to change the general plan and designate it as medium density. Planner Craig Harvey added that he did receive an email today that was against the project. A copy of this was given to the Commissioners this evening. Assistant City Attorney Joseph Farnsworth said that after reviewing the minutes quickly, it appears that last year the issue was the density.Scott Bowler, Sunwest Development, came to the podium. He said that on paper there is there is almost no difference between the applications, going from low density to medium density. What Sunwest did do, however, was to look into why the request last time failed and they have addressed all of the concerns that came up. They have gone to great lengths already to address all of those issues. Regarding density, he said they have feathered it by putting single family on the outside of the project, with smaller footprints. They have spoken to a traffic engineer who said the impact is almost negligible, especially on the Mesa Palms Drive, which would be 5 % and on Tonaquint Drive and the rear drive there, would be less than ½ of 1 %. He hasn’t done the official study, but just by car count that was his general opinion.Scott Bowler went on to say that there will be more units there but it won’t seem to be as many. He said that a lot of the neighbors previously were concerned about the height blocking their views. He said these are designed as a story and a half so it will look like single level house for the most part. The ones that are two stories will have a lower roof pitch. He said they have done all they could to make everyone happy, but on paper the application is identical. Commissioner Taylor asked about their rationale for wanting to go to these units and the smaller blue print; he asked if it was due to the blue clay. Scott said it was due to t...


Planning Commission Minutes 07/22/2008:
...of four hundred square feet (400 sq. ft.). The request is for a total footprint of approximately 820 square feet which would include 55 sq ft for two solar equipment rooms (outside access only), 45 sq ft for an airlock entry, and 35 sq ft for an outside covered porch. The total for non-living space is 135 sq ft. The guesthouse living space would include a bedroom, bathroom, living room, wet bar / kitchenette (small sink, microwave, and under counter refrigerator). The actual living space area is 685 sq ft. The property is located at 3251 Three Bars Road, Bloomington. Mr. and Mrs. Kerby Karkula are the applicants. The zone is RE-37.5 (Residential Estate 37,500 sq. ft. minimum). Case No. 2008-GH-003Planner Craig Harvey presented this item. This is a request for a guest house to exceed the maximum allowable floor area of four hundred sq. ft. The request is for a total foot print of approximately 820 sq. ft. The actual living space area is 685 sq....


City Council Meeting Minutes Minutes 09/22/2016:
...veloper still wishes to build the hotel, he would have to increase the footprint of the hotel.  As this is zoned commercial with approved uses, a gas station could be built here.  The Council’s job is to make a proposal with a neighborhood which is a challenge.  Lastly, the property owner is trying to fit things in with the zone and please the residents.  The developer has property rights based on the current zoning.    Councilmember Baca noted that this issue is not new to this particular area.  A few years back, the same issues arose with the Wingate, a 4-story hotel in Bloomington.  The community is facing the need to create adequate commercial, industrial and residential to balance the revenues for the City.  There has not been an increase in property tax in this community because the City had a balanced approach.   He recently spoke with the manager of the Wingate hotel who told him that things are going quite well and that they have been able to adjust to the issues and concerns of the residents, even works with residents of SunRiver and their families who visit.  In looking at some of the other 5-story hotels in the City, they are not necessarily out of place.  For him, it is hard to hear what expectations residents had when they purchased their homes.  He asked Chief Stoker if he has any questions or concerns with being able to service a 5-story hotel.    Chief Stoker explained he has no issues with the height as buildings that are three stories and higher are required to install safety factors.  It is convenient to have ladder trucks; however, in that area, ladder trucks are not required at this time per ISO insurance ratings.   City Manager Gary Esplin commented that the Police Department budget alone takes in the entire amount of property taxes generated in the City.  He agrees there are tradeoffs with everything the City does, but having a strong commercial base is important.    Mayor Pike noted that it is good planning to not put everything in one location.  He would like to see residents share the impact.    Councilmember Bowcutt commented that it is incredible to see all of the residents who showed up to speak and submit emails.  The Council cannot just make a decision on a small portion of the City; rather they have to make a decision that works for the majority of the citizens.   MOTION:      A motion was made by Councilmember Baca to approve a proposed 5-story hotel site on 2.43 acres fronting SunRiver Parkway, west of Pioneer Road, including everything that has been specified and discussed.             SECOND:        The motion was seconded by Councilmember Bowcutt.       St. George City Council Minutes September 22, 2016 Page Seventeen   City Attorney Shawn Guzman advised that the motion should specify the maximum height of 68’.             Councilmembers Baca and Bowcutt agreed to the maximum height of 68’.               VOTE:             Mayor Pike called for a roll call 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.   Mayor Pike called for a short recess.   CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT:             Consider approval of a conditional use permit and building design conceptual site plan for City View, an urban infill redevelopment mixed-use project located in the vicinity of St. George Boulevard, Tabernacle Street, Main Street and 100 West; property is zoned C-4; and approval to demolish the George Worthen House, a historical building located at 32 West Tabernacle Street.  PEG Development, applicant.   Planning and Zoning Manager John Willis presented the request for a conditional use permit and building design conceptual site plan for City View located in the vicinity of St. George Boulevard, Tabernacle Street, Main Street and 100 West; zoning is C-4.  He explained there are three requests: 1) a site plan and building elevation; 2) a conditional use permit for height; and 3) a demolition of a landmark site.  He presented a PowerPoint presentation covering the following topics on the building design and conceptual site plan: aerial map; current zoning; site plan; colored site plan; parking counts; boutique hotel elevation; materials board; max height 62’; north apartment/mixed use building elevation; materials board; south apartment/missed used building elevation; max height 52’; public plaza; boutique hotel and north apartment/mixed use building; renderings; photos of the property.  The Historic Preservation Commission recommended approval as did the Planning Commission.  He outlined some of the comments of Planning Commission as follows 1) a height increase beyond the 35’; 2) a reduction in parking from 2 to 1.5 per unit; 3) a reduction in the 36 parking stalls for guest parking; 4) a cross access and parking easement will need to be reviewed by the City and recorded on the property; and 5) a development agreement.  He then presented the request to demolish a landmark site with a PowerPoint presentation covering the following topics: aerial map; and photo of the George Worthen House.  After a lengthy discussion, the Historic Preservation Commission recommended the applicant attempt to preserve the home or relocate it.  The Planning Commission recommended approval with a condition that the applicant: 1) publish an ad in the newspaper; 2) post a notice on the building (notices are to be for 30 days); and 3) work with the historic society to see if anyone is interested in moving the building to another location.     Councilmember Arial noted that she likes the building and is proud that the City has identified historic buildings; but this one is standing in the way of a great development that will transform the downtown area.   Matt Hansen with PEG Development provided a conceptual master plan which City Manager Gary Esplin outlined.       St. George City Council Minutes September 22, 2016 Page Eighteen   MOTION:      A motion was made by Councilmember Randall to approve the demolition permit with the 30 day notice in the newspaper and on the building.             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 a reduction in parking to 1.5; not requiring guest parking; and to require two stalls for sharing.             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.   MOTION:      A motion was made by Councilmember Arial to approve the height variance of no more than 62’ high.             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 design board as presented.             SECOND:        The motion was seconded by Councilmember Randall.             VOTE:             Mayor Pike called for a vote, as follows:                                Councilmember Hughes – aye Councilmember Randall – aye   St. George City Council Minutes September 22, 2016 Page Nineteen   Councilmember Bowcutt – aye Councilmember Arial – aye Councilmember Baca – aye                                        The vote was unanimous and the motion carried.   SET PUBLIC HEARING: Planner Ray Snyder advised at its meeting held on September 13, 2016, the Planning Commission recommended setting a public hearing for October 6, 2016 to consider a zone change amendment to the Dinosaur Crossing Commercial Center for pads B, D and K located at the southeast corner of Mall Drive and Riverside Drive to develop three separate retail buildings.   MOTION:      A motion was made by Councilmember Bowcutt to set the public hearing for October 6, 2016.             SECOND:        The motion was seconded by Councilmember Randall.             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.     CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT:             Consider approval of a conditional use permit to construct a 240 sq. ft. addition to an existing detached RV garage with a maximum midpoint height of approximately 17’ at 2591 South 2310 East; zoning is RE-12.5.  Mr. and Mrs. Narkiewicz, applicants.   Planner Ray Snyder presented the request for a conditional use permit to construct a 240 sq. ft. addition to an existing detached RV garage with a maximum midpoint height of approximately 17’.  He presented a PowerPoint presentation covering the following topics: summary of the request; narrative for proposed use; required setbacks, coverage, RV garage; vicinity aerial view; site aerial; zoning; photos of the home; site plan; elevation; proposed addition; floor print; staff comments; and findings which pertain are aesthetics, height an...


City Council Meeting Agenda Agenda 05/17/2018:
...bsp; Consider award of bid for the outsourcing of utility data processing, print, mail services, and electronic bill presentment to DataProse LLC.   BACKGROUND and RECOMMENDATION:  Proposals were opened for the outsourcing of utility data processing, printing, and mailing services for the City's utility billing. The lowest bidder with the highest qualifications was DataProse LLC. The contract will be for 3 years and was presented in our FY19 proposed budget.  Recommend awarding the bid to DataProse LLC for the outsourcing of the data processing, printing, and mailing of the City's utility bills. e.   Consider...


City Council Minutes 09/30/2009:
...e press, but the City is not responsible for what the newspaper decides to print. Jim Flor, a resident of Ivins, commented that the invasion of il...


City Council Minutes 05/19/2016:
...budget for receipt of a new grant to install 20 trail wayfinding signs and print 10,000 trail maps; 5) To increase the merchandise costs budget to acc...


City Council Minutes 11/20/2003:
... up the curb. Robert Bruschke, owner of Steamroller Copy and Design to Print, commented that people are already taking shortcuts through back alle...


City Council Minutes 10/31/2002:
...ned the routes have been refined and the passenger guide is ready to go to print. He explained the routes. Five of the seven buses will be refurbish...


City Council Minutes 11/15/2001:
...ity Council. Sheldon Johnson displayed a cast of the best dinosaur print ever found in the world taken from his dinosaur site, and presented i...


City Council Minutes 08/06/2009:
...er will purchase this property down the road, as many do not read the fine print. She stated that due to the devastation she witnessed during the floo...


City Council Minutes 08/07/2003:
...here is a blue clay soil problem on the hillside. More load on a small footprint would decrease the chance of movement or settlement of the building. Council Member Whatcott asked Mr. Brown if he had a plat showing the changes versus the original. Les Stoker indicated the proposed placement of the theater compared with the proposed building on the site plan. There was discussion concerning the size of the proposed building. The foot print would be smaller than the movie theater. Richard Evans distributed a handout to the council detailing his concerns. He spoke in opposition to the proposed amendment. He expressed concern with regard to the view, the asbestos situation, noise from restaurants and garbage collection. St. George City Council Minutes August 7, 2003 Page Nine Johnny Watts spoke in opposition to the amendment. He expressed concern regarding drainage of the property and a decrease in property value as a result of the building blocking the view. Sheryl Brown distributed an exhibit to the council and spoke in favor or the amendment. Kay Hancock indicated he has no objection to an office building and spoke in favor of the amendment. Steve Brown indicated there are four story buildings in the City of St. George. The proposed building is tucked into the corner of the lot as much as possible. The view of the back of the hillside is the only view that will be blocked. The way the measurements for the height of the building should be done and the restrictions within a Planned Development zone were discussed. Also discussed was minimizing future possible problems with regard to the footprint of the building in blue clay. Steve Brown indicated the develo...


City Council Minutes 06/19/2003:
...is area. Ray Schmutz commented he would like to see all options in print before a decision is made. City Manager Gary Esplin clarified...


City Council Minutes 08/28/2008:
...00 is the cost to get the book ready to publish, and $40,000 is needed for printing. City Manager Gary Esplin commented that the City would have $30,000 of value in the pictures if the book was not published. Ms. Clark explained that the publisher stands the cost of printing and selling the book, and the author gets a small percentage. If the City came up with $40,000 to print the book, a good portion of the profit would go back to the City and ...


City Council Minutes 09/09/2004:
...ined that the City is working on a cooperative brochure which should be in print and available in time to get it out for the marathon. City Manage...


Desert Fall Championships 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U & 18U:
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County Dispatch - 911:
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Holiday Social at Tonaquint:
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