Council Meeting

February 27th, 2019

Regular Meeting

1. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

The Washington City Council Approved the agenda unanimously

2. ANNOUNCEMENTS

None were declared.

3. DECLARATION OF ABSTENTIONS & CONFLICTS

None were declared.

4. CONSENT AGENDA

The Washington City Council approved the consent agenda as detailed below unanimously. With the additions that the note on the Brio Final Plat for Phase 5B states that it will not be commercial ingress/egress access and that the conditions for the Prada Pacana Phase 1, make sure the detention is on the final plat.

a. APPROVAL OF MINUTES.

i. Consideration to approve the minutes from the City Council Meeting of 2/13/19.

b. FINAL PLATS:

i. Consideration to approve the Final Plat for Brio Phase 5B, located at approximately Millcreek Spring Drive and Via Del Norte. Applicant: Reed Scow, Cole West

ii. Consideration to approve the Final Plat for Prada Pacana Phase 1, located approximately 475 North and 100 East. Applicant: Craig Engel

5. HEIGHT WAIVER

a. Consideration to approve an Additional Height Waiver for a structure located at 55 North 300 West. Applicant: Robbie Staheli, Cotton Town Village. The Washington City Council approved unanimously.

6. PRELIMINARY AMENDMENT

a. Consideration to approve the Preliminary Plat for Whitworth Estate, located approximately 240 West and north of Harvest Lane. Applicant: Matt Ferguson. The Washington City Council approved unanimously.

7. PUBLIC HEARINGS & RELATED RESOLUTIONS

The following Public Hearings took place and a decision will be made in two weeks.

a. Public Hearing for consideration to approve a Zone Change request Z-19-03, a request from (OS) Open Space and (R-1-6) Residential Single Family 6,000 sq. ft. lots minimum to a (PUD) Planned Unit Development and (AP) Administrative and Professional, located approximately on the southeast corner of Washington Parkway and Main Street. Applicant: Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration (SITLA)

b. Public Hearing for consideration to adopt a resolution to open and amend the Washington City 2018-2019 Fiscal Year Budget for the funds of Washington City. Administrative Service Director Kimberly Ruesch

c. Consideration to approve a Resolution to Amend the Washington City 2018-2019 Fiscal Year Budget.

d. Public Hearing for consideration to adopt a Resolution to internally finance the Fleet Replacement Model for Fiscal Year 2019. The principal amount not to exceed $230,000 will be loaned from the Water Fund to the Fleet fund for a term of five years. The interest rate will be a fixed rate of 3.00%compounded semi-annually. Administrative Service Director Kimberly Ruesch

e. Consideration to approve a Resolution to internally finance the Fleet Replacement Model for Fiscal Year 2019.

The Washington City Council approved the resolution to internally finance the fleet replacement model unanimously.

8. ORDINANCES

a. Consideration to adopt an Ordinance approving Zone Change request Z-19-01, a request from (R-1-12 ) Residential Single Family 12,000 sq. ft.minimum lots to (R-2) One and Two Family Residential, located on the west side of the corner of Washington Fields Road and Washington Dam Road. Applicant: Jeremy Green and Kyle Eardley. The Washington City Council approved unanimously.

b. Consideration to adopt an Ordinance approving Zone Change request Z-19-02 a request from (OS) Open Space to (I-2) Heavy Industrial, located at approximately Landfill Road. Applicant: Plumb Holdings SG LLC. The Washington City Council approved 4 to 1.

c. Consideration to adopt an Ordinance approving a General Plan Amendment request G-19-01, to revise the current lines of the (OS, MD, MHD) Open Space, Medium Density, and Medium High Density to a feathering effect moving from the river to the industrial area and landfill, located along Country Way on the north side of the river. Applicant: Plumb Holdings SG LLC. The Washington City Council approved to table this for two weeks unanimously.

9. ROAD DEDICATION

a. Continuation of the Consideration to approve a Road Dedication plat for Washington Parkway and Green Spring Drive. Public Works Director Mike Shaw, City Attorney Jeff Starkey. The Washington City Council approved 3 to 2.

10. AGREEMENTS

a. Consideration to approve a Road Improvement Agreement for the Washington Parkway and Green Spring Drive. Public Works Director Mike Shaw, City Attorney Jeff Starkey. The Washington City Council approved unanimously.

11. AWARD OF BID

a. Ratifying the award of the Bid for the Emergency River Work at Sullivan Park. Public Works Director Mike Shaw. The Washington City Council voted unanimously to ratify the award of the bid for the river work at Sullivan Park in the amount of $73.115 to Progressive Contracting, $39,860 too interstate rock, and $20,000 Rosenberg engineering.

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