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August 14th, 2019
Councilman Belliston participated telephonically..
1. APPROVAL OF AGENDA
The Washington City Council approved the agenda unanimously.
Washington Little League won the State Championship and went to San Bernardino California. Mayor Neilson wanted to thank them for representing Washington City and wanted to recognize them. The coaches wanted to thank the community for its support and presented the Mayor with a team uniform.
3. DECLARATION OF ABSTENTIONS & CONFLICTS
Councilman Belliston declared his involvement on Items (8b) and (8c) and will abstain.
4. CONSENT AGENDA
The Washington City Council approved the consent agenda as detailed below unanimously.
a. APPROVAL OF MINUTES.
Consideration to approve the minutes from the City Council Meetings of 6/26/2019, 7/09/2019 and 7/10/2019.
b. BOARD AUDIT REPORT.
Consideration to approve the Board Audit Report for July 2019.
c. FINAL PLAT
i. Consideration to approve the Final Plat for Brio 3E, located at approximately Via Modelo, Sunshive Way and Rialto Blvd. Applicant: Cole West Homes Reed Scow
ii. Consideration to approve the Final Plat for Hawkeye Pointe Subdivision, located at the southwest corner of 20 East and 3650 South. Applicant: Robert Kendall
d. SPECIAL EVENT
i. Consideration to close the parade route a special event for the Pine View High School Homecoming Parade to be held on September 24th. Applicant: Advisor Kerry Moody
5. PLANNING COMMISSION APPOINTMENT
a. Consideration to confirm the appointment of a member to the Planning Commission. Mayor Kenneth Neilson
The Washington City Council approved the mayors recommendation of Monty Hollie unanimously.
6. PLAT AMENDMENT
a. Consideration to approve an amendment to the Ladera at Sienna Hills Phase 1, 2nd Amended, by adding a limited common area behind lots 7 & 8, located approximately Sandy Talus Drive and Ladera Drive. Applicant: Brennan Holdings No 100, LLC, Jim Raines.
The Washington City Council approved unanimously.
7. PUBLIC HEARING
The following Public Hearing took place and a decision will be made in two weeks; Item a was removed.
a. Public Hearing to consider approving a General Plan Amendment G-19-03, to change the Land Use Designation from (CCOM) Community Commercial to (HD) High Density located approximately Bella Vista Blvd. Applicant: Wilson Electronics Eric Wilson - Removed by Applicant
b. Public Hearing to consider 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
c. Public Hearing for consideration to approve the Washington City Parks and Recreation Capital Facilities Master Plan, which includes: Impact Fee Facility Plan, Impact Fee Study. Leisure Service Director Barry Blake
8. PUBLIC HEARING - HEIGHT WAIVER
a. 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. Applicant: Robert Sylvester .
The Washington City council approved voting 3 to 2.
b. Public Hearing to consider Height Waiver HW-19-06, a request for Trailhead Apartments height from 35-feet to a 55-foot building, located at the southwest corner of Telegraph and Washington Parkway. Applicant: Troy Belliston. The public hearing took place
c. Consideration to approve the Height Waiver HW-19-06, a request for Trailhead Apartments height from 35-feet to a 55-foot building, located at the southwest corner of Telegraph and Washington Parkway. Applicant: Troy Belliston . The Washington City council approved voting 3 to 2.
a. Consideration to approve an Ordinance adopting 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. The Washington City Council approved with conditions.
b. Consideration to approve an Ordinance amending/replacing the Telecommunications Tax. City Treasurer Kerry Wheelwright . The Washington City Council approved 4 to 1.
a. Consideration to approve a Resolution to amend the Master Fee Schedule for Credit Card Fees. City Treasurer Kerry Wheelwright. The Washington City Council voted unanimously to table.
b. Consideration to approve a Resolution authorizing the Red Mesa Tapaha Solar Project Transaction Schedule under the Power Supply Agreement with Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems; and related matters. Power Department Director Rick Hansen . The Washington City Council voted to approve unanimously.
11. BID AWARD
a. Consideration to award the bid for the Staheli Substation Relay Panels. Power Department Director Rick Hansen
The Washington City Council approved the bid to Instrument Control in the amount of $62,086.38 unanimously.
b. Consideration to award the bid for the Staheli Substation Transformer. Power Department Director Rick Hansen
The Washington City Council approved the bid to Virginia Transformer in the amount of $364,280 unanimously.
12. WATER RIGHTS
a. Consideration to approve the acquisition of Water Rights, north of the Virgin River totalling 114.58 acre feet at a cost of $120,309. Public Works Director Mike Shaw . The Washington City Council approved unanimously.
a. Consideration to approve a Memorandum of Understanding to create the Washington County Bomb Squad as approved by Washington County Commission Resolution No. R-2019-2476. City Recorder Danice Bulloch .
The Washington City Council approved unanimously.
14. REPORT OF OFFICERS FROM ASSIGNED COMMITTEE
15. CITY MANAGER REPORT
16. CLOSED SESSION
To discuss pending or potential litigation.
Discuss purchase, exchange or lease of property.
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