Council Meeting

July 10th, 2019

Mayor Kenneth Neilson and Council members Daniel Cluff and Douglas Ward where excused for being unable to attend.

1. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

The Washington City Council approved the agenda unanimously.

2. ANNOUNCEMENTS

a. Washington City Lions Club 50th Anniversary celebration breakfast for the citizens of Washington City. Applicant: Rick Henrie. The Lions club expressed its appreciation to Washington City for help in the past. It is hosting a 50th anniversary celebration on September 28th with a free breakfast for the public hoping to raise funds. They are also in need of new members. The council voted unanimously to approve a donation to help fund in the amount of $500.

3. DECLARATION OF ABSTENTIONS & CONFLICTS

Councilman Belliston declared his involvement on Items (7g) and (7h) and will abstain.

4. CONSENT AGENDA

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

a. BOARD AUDIT REPORT. Consideration to approve the Board Audit Report for June 2019.

b. SPECIAL EVENT Consideration to approve the closure of the parade route for the Pioneer Day Parade. Applicant: Washington City Pioneer Day Celebration

5. PLAT REVISION

a. Consideration to approve a Revision to the Final Plat for the 5th Amended OK Corrals No. 1-A. Applicant: Barbara Button. The Washington City Council approved unanimously.

6. PUBLIC HEARINGS

The following Public Hearing took place and a decision will be made in August.

a. Public Hearing for consideration to approve Zone Change request Z-19-07, a request from (A-20) Agricultural 20 acres lots to (PUD-R) Planned Unit Development - Residential, located at approximately 600 East and Treasure Valley Road. Applicant: Development Solutions Group

7. PUBLIC HEARINGS - HEIGHT WAIVER

a. Public Hearing to consider Height Waiver HW-19-03, request for a garage to go from 20-feet per the city code to 23 -feet, located at 87 East 3930 South. Applicant: William Erekson.

b. Consideration to approve the Height Waiver HW-19-03, request for a garage to go from 20-feet per the city code to 23 -feet, located at 87 East 3930 South. The Washington City Council approved unanimously.

c. Public Hearing to consider Height Waiver HW-19-04, a request for the Best Western Hotel height from 35-feet to 54-feet, located at approximately Commerce Blvd and Washington Parkway. Applicant: Steven Beesley.

d. Consideration to approve the Height Waiver HW-19-04, a request for the Best Western Hotel height from 35-feet to 54-feet, located at approximately Commerce Blvd and Washington Parkway . The Washington City Council approved unanimously.

e. Public Hearing to consider Height Waiver HW-19-05, a request for an additional height to a garage from 20-feet per city code to 24-feet, located at 777 West Cimarron Drive. Applicant: Robert Sylvester.

f. Consideration to approve the Height Waiver HW-19-05, a request for an additional height to a garage from 20-feet per city code to 24-feet, located at 777 West Cimarron Drive . The Washington City Council approved to table until next meeting unanimously.

g. Public Hearing to consider Height Waiver HW-19-06, a request for Trailhead Apartments height from 35-feet to a 55-foot building for the located at the southwest corner of Telegraph and Washington Parkway. Applicant: Troy Belliston. The Washington City Council approved to table until next meeting unanimously.

h. Consideration to approve the Height Waiver HW-19-06, a request for Trailhead Apartments height from 35-feet to a 55-foot building for the located at the southwest corner of Telegraph and Washington Parkway. The Washington City Council approved to table until next meeting unanimously.

8. RAP TAX DISTRIBUTION

a. Consideration to approve a request for a RAP Tax distribution to Brighams Playhouse. Applicant: Executive Producer, Jamie Young . The Washington City Council approved unanimously in the amount of $26,600, half the amount that can be revisited for the other half in 6 months.

b. Consideration to approve a request for a RAP Tax distribution to the Washington City Concert Band. Applicant: Secretary Jecessia Ross . The Washington City Council approved unanimously in the amount of $2000.

c. Consideration to approve a request for a RAP Tax distribution to Washington City Leisure Service to replace the playground in Veterans Park, and new improvements in the Green Spring Park Basin. Applicant: Leisure Service Director Barry Blake. The Washington City Council approved unanimously in the amount of $447,850.

9. IMPACT FEES

a. Consideration of reduced or waived impact fees on a Habitat for Humanity home located in Washington City. Applicant: Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Utah, Executive Director Kayo Skandunas. The Washington City Council approved to table for discussion until August.

10. RESOLUTIONS

a. Consideration to approve a Resolution authorizing and approving an increase in the Participant's Entitlement Share under the Carbon Free Power Project power sales contract for the Lay-Off Power Sales Agreement associated with Joint Use Module Plant Operations at the Carbon Free Power Project; and related matters. Director of Power Rick Hansen . The Washington City Council approved unanimously.

11. ORDINANCES

a. Consideration to approve an Ordinance amending the Washington City Code, Title 5 Public Safety, Chapter 2 Offenses, Nuisances and Traffic, Section 7 Cutting through corners. Police Chief Jason Williams. The Washington City Council approved unanimously.

12. INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT

a. Consideration to approve an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement for Shared Public Safety Operations. Fire Chief Matt Evans.

13. MASTER FEE SCHEDULE

a. Consideration to amend the Master Fee Schedule by adding Fire Department Fees. Fire Chief Matt Evans.

The Washington City Council approved unanimously.

14. REPORT OF OFFICERS FROM ASSIGNED COMMITTEE

15. CITY MANAGER REPORT

16. CLOSED SESSION

a. To discuss pending or potential litigation.

17. ADJOURNMENT

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