Council Meeting

July 8th, 2020

1. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

The Washington City Council approved the agenda unanimously with an adjustment of moving item 11 to be heard after item 5.

With the following roll call vote:

Council Member Cluff Aye

Council Member CoatsAye

Council Member Ivie Aye

Council Member Staheli Aye

Council Member WardAye

2. ANNOUNCEMENTS

None

3. DECLARATION OF ABSTENTIONS & CONFLICTS

Council Member Coats stated he gave a friend advice on Item 8b, but there should not be a conflict and he will be voting.

4. CONSENT AGENDA

The Washington City Council approved the consent agenda as detailed below unanimously.

With the following roll call vote:

Council Member Cluff Aye

Council Member CoatsAye

Council Member Ivie Aye

Council Member Staheli Aye

Council Member WardAye

a. APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

Consideration to approve the minutes from the City Council Meetings of 6/24/2020.

b. LOCAL CONSENT:

Consideration to approve the Board Audit Report for June 2020.

c. FINAL PLATS:

i. Consideration to approve the Final Plat for Red Waters Phase 1, located at approximately 2750 E. Country Way. Applicant: Melon Development

ii. Consideration to approve the Final Plat for The Homesteads at Stucki Farms Phase 3, located approximately at Prairie Way and Conestoga Drive. Applicant: Karl Larson, South Landing Development LLC

iii. Consideration to approve the Final Plat for Homestead Heights at Stucki Farms, located approximately Prairie Way and Heartstone Way. Applicant: Karl Larson, South Landing Development LLC

5. PRELIMINARY PLAT

a. Continuation of a consideration to approve a Preliminary Plat for Mustang Valley, located approximately 3925 S. Washington Fields Road. Applicant: Smoothie Kings Holdings LLC. The Washington City Council voted to approve unanimously.

With the following roll call vote:

Council Member Cluff Aye

Council Member CoatsAye

Council Member Ivie Aye

Council Member Staheli Aye

Council Member WardAye

6. PLAT AMENDMENT

a. Consideration to approve an Amendment to the final plat for The Eighth at Coral Canyon subdivision, located at approximately Double Eagle Land and Albatross Lane. Applicant: Cole West Home. The Washington City Council voted to approve unanimously.

With the following roll call vote:

Council Member Cluff Aye

Council Member CoatsAye

Council Member Ivie Aye

Council Member Staheli Aye

Council Member WardAye

7. PROAD DEDICATION

a. Consideration to approve a Road Dedication for Country Way. Applicant: Melon Development. The Washington City Council voted to approve unanimously.

With the following roll call vote:

Council Member Cluff Aye

Council Member CoatsAye

Council Member Ivie Aye

Council Member Staheli Aye

Council Member WardAye

8. PUBLIC HEARINGS

The following Public Hearings took place.

a. Public Hearing for a consideration to approve Zone Change request Z-20-08, a request from Residential Agriculture 1-acre lots (RA-1) to Residential Single Family 15,000 sq. ft. lots (R-1-15), located at approximately 2800 South 240 West. Applicant: Mauri Ventures / David Nasal

b. Public Hearing is for a consideration to approve Zone Change request Z-20-09, a request from Agriculture 20-acre lots minimum (A-20) to Residential Agriculture 1-acre lot minimum (RA-1), located at approximately 3470 South 240 West. Applicant: Bryce Jones.

c. Public Hearing for a consideration to approve Zone Change request Z-20-10, a request from Planned Unit Development (PUD) to Planned Unit Development - Residential (PUD-R), located approximately on the northwest corner of 100 South 100 West. Applicant: Wash 100 / Curtis Anderson.

9. ORDINANCE

a. Consideration to approve an Ordinance for Zone Change request Z-20-05, a request from Planned Community Development (PCD) to Planned Unit Development - Residential (PUD-R), located at approximately 2800 E. Country Way. Applicant: Middon LLC. The Washington City Council approved unanimously.

With the following roll call vote:

Council Member Cluff Aye

Council Member CoatsAye

Council Member Ivie Aye

Council Member Staheli Aye

Council Member WardAye

b. Consideration to approve an Ordinance for Zone Change request Z-20-06, a request from Open Space (OS) to Residential Single Family 15,000 sq. ft. minimum lots (R-1-15), located at approximately east end of Wild Horse Ridge. Applicant: Omni Development Group LLC. The Washington City Council approved unanimously.

With the following roll call vote:

Council Member Cluff Aye

Council Member CoatsAye

Council Member Ivie Aye

Council Member Staheli Aye

Council Member WardAye

c. Consideration to approve an Ordinance for Zone Change request Z-20-07, a request from Community Commercial (C-2) to Planned Unit Development - Residential (PUD-R), located at approximately the north east corner of Telegraph Street and 1100 East. Applicant: Red Vista Development of Orem LLC. The Washington City Council approved voting 3 to 2 to table until July 22, 2020.

With the following roll call vote:

Council Member Cluff Nay

Council Member CoatsNay

Council Member Ivie Aye

Council Member Staheli Aye

Council Member WardAye

10. IMPACT FEE APPEAL

a. Consideration to approve an appeal or reduction of Impact Fee for the Bedford development. Applicant: Dan and LeAnne Hoopes. The Washington City Council approved with a vote of 3 to 2 with a park impact fee of $3700 per door for permits pulled up to July 8, 2021. After that time, the impact fee reverts to the current impact fee at that time, with the condition that 4200 South Road is dedicated to Washington City within the next 30 days

With the following roll call vote:

Council Member Cluff Nay

Council Member CoatsAye

Council Member Ivie Aye

Council Member Staheli Aye

Council Member WardNay

11. RESOLUTION

a. Consideration for approve a Resolution approving: (a) the proposed 10-year Residential Waste Collection Agreement between the Washington County Special Service District No. 1 and Republic Services, and (b) the proposed Solid Waste Collection Agreement between Washington County Special Service District No. 1 and the City of Washington, pertaining to billing and collection for solid waste services and related matters. Fay E Reber, Attorney for WCSSD No. 1. The Washington City Council approved to table until July 22, 2020 4 to 1.

With the following roll call vote:

Council Member Cluff Aye

Council Member CoatsNay

Council Member Ivie Aye

Council Member Staheli Aye

Council Member WardAye

12. MASTER FEE SCHEDULE

a. Consideration to amend the Master Fee Schedule by adjusting the Wastewater to reflect the increase in the Regional Sewer Fee from $9.62 to $11.50. Public Works Director Mike Shaw. The Washington City Council approved unanimously.

With the following roll call vote:

Council Member Cluff Aye

Council Member CoatsAye

Council Member Ivie Aye

Council Member Staheli Aye

Council Member WardAye

13. AGREEMENT

a. Consideration to approve an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement to provide Support to Washington County in hosting the Ironman 70.3 World Championship - St. George 2020, the Ironman North American Championship - St. George 2020 and 2023 and the Ironman 70.3 North American Championship 2021, 2022, and 2024. City Attorney Jeff Starkey / Chief Williams The Washington City Council approved unanimously.

With the following roll call vote:

Council Member Cluff Aye

Council Member CoatsAye

Council Member Ivie Aye

Council Member Staheli Aye

Council Member WardAye

14. REPORT OF OFFICERS FROM ASSIGNED COMMITTEE

Council reported on their assigned committees.

15. CITY MANAGER REPORT

City Manager Carter updated the Council on current Washington City Projects.

16. ADJOURNMENT

To watch all of this council meeting please visit.

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