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August 28th, 2019
1. APPROVAL OF AGENDA :
The Washington City Council approved the agenda unanimously with the removal of item 8b.
2. ANNOUNCEMENTS :
Welcomed the Crimson Cliffs Highschool representatives. The Crimson Cliffs Highschool student body representatives thanked Washington City and presented the Mayor with a T-shirt in recognition.
Councilman Cluff wanted to announce that on September 17th Pine View Middle School is going to have a western breakfast and wanted to invite the entire City Council to attend.
3. DECLARATION OF ABSTENTIONS & CONFLICTS :
None to declare.
4. CONSENT AGENDA:
The Washington City Council approved the consent agenda as detailed below unanimously.
a. APPROVAL OF MINUTES.
i. Consideration to approve the minutes from the City Council Meetings of 8/13/19 and 8/14/19.
b. SPECIAL EVENT
i. Consideration to approve a Special Event for the PVHS Homecoming Dance to be help 9/28/19 at the Veterans Park Pavilion. Applicant: PVHS Student Council.
5. PLAT AMENDMENT:
a. Consideration to approve an amendment to the Preliminary Plat for Rusted Hills Phases 3, 4, and 5, by adding an additional lot into the subdivision boundary of Phase 4 under the bonus density overlay, located approximately Royal Drive and Galilee Way. Applicant: Doug Dennett. The Washington City Council approved 4 to 1.
b. Consideration to approve the Preliminary Plat for The Views at Coral Canyon Phase 3 and 4, by changing the design, located approximately Highland Parkway and Black Canyon Avenue. Applicant: Cole West Homes, Reed Scow. The Washington City Council approved with conditions unanimously.
6. PUBLIC HEARING :
The following Public Hearing took place and a decision will be made in two weeks.
a. Public Hearing for consideration to Open and Amend the Washington City 2019/2020 FY Budget. Administrative Service Director Kimberly Ruesch.
7. RESOLUTION :
a. Consideration to approve a Resolution amending the 2019/2020 FY Budget. Administrative Service Director Kimberly Ruesch. The Washington City Council approved with conditions unanimously.
b. Continuation of consideration to approve a Resolution to amend the Master Fee Schedule for Credit Card Fees. City Treasurer Kerry Wheelwright. The Washington City Council approved unanimously.
c. Consideration to approve a Resolution approving and entering into an amended and restated agreement creating the Utah Local Governments Trust. City Recorder Danice Bulloch. The Washington City Council approved unanimously.
d. Consideration to approve a Resolution appointing UAMPS Member Representative. Power Director Rick Hansen. The Washington City Council approved unanimously.
8. ORDINANCES :
a. Consideration to approve an Ordinance approving Zone Change Z-19-08, to change from (PCD) Planned Community Development to a (PUD) Planned Unit Development, located approximately 2800 E. Country Way. Applicant: Walter Plumb. The Washington City Council approved unanimously.
(removed from agenda) b. Consideration to approve the Washington City Parks and Recreation Capital Facilities Master Plan, which includes: Impact Fee Facility Plan, and Impact Fee Study. Leisure Service Director Barry Blake.
9. EASEMENT/SETBACK RELIEF:
a. Consideration to grant a request for relief of an Easement/Setback, located 44 E. 100 South. Applicant: Rex and Lorie Papa. The Washington City Council approved unanimously.
a. Consideration to approve an Easement Agreement for the Installation & Perpetual Maintenance, Repair & Replacement of a Golf Ball Protection Net, upon Washington City real property. City Attorney Jeff Starkey.
The Washington City Council approved 4 to 1.
b. Consideration to approve a Land Exchange Agreement between B&G Washington Business Park LLC, Oilwell Properties LLC, and Washington City, located approximately 200 West and Buena Vista Blvd. Leisure Service Director Barry Blake. The Washington City Council approved with conditions unanimously.
11. BID AWARD :
a. Consideration to award the bid for the Staheli Substation Steel Structures. Director Power Rick Hansen
The Washington City Council approved the award of the bid to the Stoddard Steel company in the amount of $62,245 unanimously.
12. BULLOCH STREET:
a. Consideration to approve a 4-way stop sign to be installed on Bulloch Street and Community Center Drive Public Works Director Mike Shaw . The Washington City Council approved unanimously.
13. REPORT OF OFFICERS FROM ASSIGNED COMMITTEE :
14. CLOSED SESSION:
To discuss pending or potential litigation.
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