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Council Meeting

March 10th, 2021

Council Member Kress Staheli was excused.

1. APPROVAL OF AGENDA:

Council Member Coats made a motion to approve the agenda. Council Member Bundy seconded the motion; which passed unanimously.

With the following roll call vote:

Council Member BundyAye

Council Member CoatsAye

Council Member Ivie Aye

Council Member WardAye

2. ANNOUNCEMENTS

Council Member Coats stated there is a group providing clean up. They are called Love Where You Live. He would like them to have the opportunity to work along I-15. He will email out the information to Council for further consideration.

There is an event called Walk, Bike, Scooter. The event will be held on March 16th on 700 East between 300 and 500 South in St. George at 11:30 A.M. This event is to promote healthy living.

3. DECLARATION OF ABSTENTIONS & CONFLICTS :

Council Member Bundy declared a potential conflict with Items 6A and 6B.

4. CONSENT AGENDA:

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

With the following roll call vote:

Council Member BundyAye

Council Member CoatsAye

Council Member Ivie Aye

Council Member WardAye

a. APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

Consideration to approve the minutes from the City Council Meeting of 02/27/2021

b. BOARD AUDIT REPORT:

Consideration to approve the Board Audit Report for February 2021

c. SPECIAL EVENT:

i. Consideration to approve a road closure for the Parade/5K route and Special Event for CCHS Miracles for Mustangs Parade / 5K to be held March 20, 2021 from 7:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Applicant: Crimson Cliffs High School

ii. Consideration to approve a Special Event for the Out of the Darkness Walk to be held at the Sullivan Soccer on September 18, 2021, from 6am to 2pm. Applicant: American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

5. PLAT AMENDMENTS

a. Continuation to Consideration to approve a Plat Amendment for the Cotton Town Village, to redefine and create new lots with the exception of lot 4, Located approximately 300 W. Telegraph. Applicant: George and Kathy Staheli.

Council Member Coats made a motion to approve the Plat Amendment for the Cotton Town Village, to redefine and create new lots with the exception of lot 4, with the additional condition any new construction will have to meet City Parking Requirements even if the parking is on the individual lot, located approximately 300 W. Telegraph with the findings and conditions of Staff and as recommended by the Planning Commission. Council Member Bundy seconded the motion; which passed with the following roll call vote:

Council Member BundyAye

Council Member CoatsAye

Council Member Ivie Aye

Council Member WardAye

b. Consideration to approve a Plat Amendment for Crimson Park Townhomes, Preliminary Plat, located at approximately 550 E. Treasure Valley Road. The purpose of the amendment is to add 3 units into the future expansion area. Applicant: Ryan Thomas.

Council Member Bundy made a motion to approve the Plat Amendment for Crimson Park Townhomes, Preliminary Plat, located at approximately 550 E. Treasure Valley Road with the findings and conditions of Staff and as recommended by the Planning Commission. Council Member Coats seconded the motion; which passed with the following roll call vote:

Council Member BundyAye

Council Member CoatsAye

Council Member Ivie Aye

Council Member WardAye

6. PRELIMINARY PLATS:

a. Consideration to approve a Preliminary Plat for the Brio Phase 5A and 5D located at approximately Gemstone Way and Camino Borde. Applicant: Cole West Home.

Council Member Coats made a motion to approve the Preliminary Plat for Brio Phase 5A and 5D located at approximately Gemstone Way and Camino Borde with the findings and conditions of Staff and as recommended by the Planning Commission. Council Member Ward seconded the motion; which passed with the following roll call vote:

Council Member BundyAye

Council Member CoatsAye

Council Member Ivie Aye

Council Member WardAye

b. Consideration to approve a Preliminary Plat for the Brio Phase 6A Preliminary Plat located at approximately Via Del Sol and Camino Borde. Applicant: Cole West Home.

Council Member Coats made a motion to approve the Preliminary Plat for Brio Phase 6A located at approximately Via Del Sol and Camino Borde with the findings and conditions of Staff and as recommended by the Planning Commission. Council Member Ivie seconded the motion; which passed with the following roll call vote:

Council Member BundyAye

Council Member CoatsAye

Council Member Ivie Aye

Council Member WardAye

c. Consideration to approve a Preliminary Plat for the Grapevine Crossing at Sienna Hills Preliminary Plat located at approximately Washington Parkway and Grapevine Crossing Road North. Applicant: Belliston Construction, Inc.

Council Member Coats made a motion to approve the Preliminary Plat for Grapevine Crossing at Sienna Hills Preliminary Plat located at approximately Washington Parkway and Grapevine Crossing Road North with the findings and conditions of Staff and as recommended by the Planning Commission. Council Member Bundy seconded the motion; which passed with the following roll call vote:

Council Member BundyAye

Council Member CoatsAye

Council Member Ivie Aye

Council Member WardAye

d. Consideration to approve a Preliminary Plat for Majestic Fields Preliminary Plat located at approximately Majestic Drive and Washington Fields Road. Applicant: Jason Christensen

Council Member Coats made a motion to approve the Preliminary Plat for Majestic Fields Preliminary Plat located at approximately Majestic Drive and Washington Fields Road with the findings and conditions of Staff and as recommended by the Planning Commission, with the additional condition a 10 foot trail will be on the north side of subdivision and south side of Majestic Drive. Council Member Ward seconded the motion; which passed with the following roll call vote:

Council Member BundyAye

Council Member CoatsAye

Council Member Ivie Aye

Council Member WardAye

7. MASTER FEE SCHEDULE:

a. Consideration to approve a Resolution amend the Master Fee Schedule to reflect changes for the Police Department for Commercial Vehicle Escort and the pass through for the Wastewater Treatment Impact from the City of St. George. City Recorder Danice Bulloch.

Council Member Bundy made a motion to approve a Resolution amend the Master Fee Schedule to reflect changes for the Police Department for Commercial Vehicle Escort and the pass through for the Wastewater Treatment Impact from the City of St. George. Council Member Coats seconded the motion; which passed with the following roll call vote:

Council Member BundyAye

Council Member CoatsAye

Council Member Ivie Aye

Council Member WardAye

8. RESOLUTION:

a. Consideration to approve a Joint Resolution of the Washington City Mayor and City Council appointing temporary Justice Court Judges for the Justice Court. City Manager Jeremy Redd

City Manager Jeremy Redd reviewed the resolution allowing a temporary Justice Court Judge until a replacement can be hired.

Council Member Ivie made a motion to approve a Joint Resolution of the Washington City Mayor and City Council appointing temporary Justice Court Judges for the Justice Court. Council Member Bundy seconded the motion; which passed with the following roll call vote:

Council Member BundyAye

Council Member CoatsAye

Council Member Ivie Aye

Council Member WardAye

9. REPORT OF OFFICERS FROM ASSIGNED COMMITTEE:

Council Members reported on their assigned committees.

10. CLOSED SESSION:

a. Discuss purchase, exchange or lease of property.

11. ADJOURNMENT:

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