|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
|Rights||In Copyright (InC)|
|Rights Holder||Alice Smith|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
$tmir PAGES (Ecwttti Legal Notice Continued from page 4 NOTICE USERS TO WATER The State Engineer received the following Appllcatlon(s) Change Water In Beaver County (Locations in SLB4M). Persons objecting to an application mist a Protest reasons for the protest. To have a hearing before the State to file stating the Engineer, persons wit request a hearing in the Protest. Protest aust be filed In duplicate with the State Engineer, 1594 West North Teaple. Salt Lake City, Utah 84114, BE LEGIBLE WITH on or before MAY 22, 1997. (PROTESTS MUST ADDRESS). These are informal proceedings as per Rule R655-6-- 2 of A RETURN the Division of Water Rights. Point(j) of Diversion - (LEGEND: Place of Use Carter propese(s) to change the Sfcanna Jj'j8(a21009): POD; - POU; USE Nature of Use - USE) of water as evidenced by "ERETF0RE: QUANTITY: 151.52 ac-f- t. SOURCE: in. well'240 ft. deep. POO: (I) N 320 W fron El Cor, Sec 35, T28S, R11U. USE: Irrigation: from Mir 15 to Nov I, total acreage 38.90 acs, sole supply 37.18 acs; Stockwatering.: 100 head of livestock. POU: SEINE Sec 50 35, T28S, R11W. HEREAFTER: QUANTITY: Mar 15 Nov 1, to total POD: Same as Heretofore. USE: 151.52 ac-f- t. Irrigation: froei acreage 38.58 acs, sole supply 37.88 acs. POU: Same as Heretofore. to change the POO, (Segregated Portion Shanna Carter propose(s) 1 USE of water as U1327). QUANTITY: 2.83 ac-f- t. SOURCE: Underground Water Wells (2). POO: (1) S 1140 E 1305 (2) S 1160 E 1250 froai NW Cor, Sec 31, T28S, R10W. USE: Stockwatering: 85 head of livestock; Domestic: 1 faailly. POU: NW1NW Sec 31, T28S, R10W. HEREAFTER: QUANTITY: 2.83 t. SOURCE: in. well 240 ft. deep. POD: (1) N 320 U SO from El Cor, Sec 35, T28S, R11W. (South of Nilford) USE: Irrigation: from Mar 15 to Nov 1, total acreage 38.58 acs, sole supply 0.70 acs. POU: SEINE! Sec 35, T28S, R11W. evidenced by A25514; POO. 3, HERETOFORE: ac-f- Bracken Fanas Incorporated propose(s) to change the POU of water as evidenced by A14642a; A14642a. A14642a; A14642a; HERETOFORE: QUANTITY: 1635.652 t. SOURCE: Underground Water Wells POD: (1) (3). N 100 E 1430 fro SW Cor, Sec 27, 16 in. well 300 ft. deep (2) S 12 E 2630, 16 in. well 548 ft. deep (3) N 1320 E 1305 frc Wl Cor, Sec 28, T36S, R16W., 16 in. well 700 ft. deep. USE: Irrigation: front Mar IS to Nov 1, total acreage 583.47 acs, sole supply 407.80 acs; Stockwatering: 159 head of livestock. POU: SW1NWJ.SUJ Sec 27; S,W1NE,NW Sec 28, 9, 2, ac-f- R16W. HEREAFTER: QUANTITY: Heretofore. POU: Sec 28, T36S, 1635.652 T36S, ac-f- POD: t. as Heretofore. USE: Same as Same R16W. Robert I. Morgan, P.E. STATE ENGINEER Published Beaver County Monitor in April 24 & May 1, 1997 NOTICE OF TAX SALE VI-D- ML-28- ML-378-- B 1 Highway 91 to where the building is, the building would be approx. 20,000 sq. Feet and would have a sprinkler system in it, most of the building would be used for storing the bottles that are up to one gallon in size, they would be regulated by the Department of Agriculture, they would employ up to 40 people, they need to get with Beaver City in reference to road maintenance, the whole area will be fenced, the parking lot will be blacktopped, at first it will be just one 8 hour shift and then 2 - 8 hour shifts, they have 100 acre feet of water rights, they discussed well source and protection. pesticides contamination with Rowland Yardley. the private road will be reviewed to see if there is a dust problem after 6 months, a building permit will not be issued until the other permits are on file, traffic will be during daylight hours only and this will be reviewed to see if there are any problems, the plant can't affect the other agriculture operations already in the area. Jeff made a motion to approve the conditional us permit with conditions talked about. John seconded the motion. Motion old Notice is hereby given that on the 22nd day of May. 1997. at 10:00 a .m., at the front door of the county courthouse in Beaver County. I Hah. 1 will oiler for sale at public auction and sell to the highest bidder for cash, under the 1. the following described real property located provisions of Section in the county and now delinquent and subject to tax sale. A bid for less than the total amount of taxes, interest, penalty, and administrative costs which are a charge upon the real estate will not be accepted. All payments must be in the Ibmi of cash, cashier's check or money order and must be made in the amount of the purchase price and tendered to the County Treasurer upon the completion of the sale. 5 ESABELLA COX & COX P.O. Box 36 Milford.UT 84751 Lots 1 .2. & 3 Block 6 Milford Heights Subdivision. Minimum Bid: $1,064.12 I I IOMAS I I IOMPSON & Jl JLIE A I I lOMPSON P.O. Box 430 Milford, UT 84751 S 10 ft of Lot 10 & all of Lot & the N 17 '2 11 of Lot 12 Blk 25 Milford 1 I leights. Minimum Bid: $444.94 ,, BILL C(X)K & BETTY JKAN C(X)K P.O.Box 231 Milford, UT 84751 lot 1 Blk 10 Ixwis Addition to the town of Milford. Also Com. At SW Cor Lot 2 Blk 10 Lewis Addition th N 25 ft E 25 ft S 25 ft W 25 ft to beg. Minimum Bid: 2264.25. ML-46- 6 INTERSTATE BANK co Controller IX-p175 South Main Street Salt Lake City. Ut 841 11 Lot 3 Blk 2 Railroad Addition to the town of Milford. Minimum Bid: $191.97. 1131-- 8 MARY JI WEI L BOWMAN 3800 South Decatur La Vegas. NV 89103 Lot 8 Blk 1 So Creek Sub. Minimum Bid: $467.00. 14 NATI IAN BOZARTH P.O. Box 116 Miuersville, I IT 84752 Beg at a pi 466. ft W of the NE Cor of the SW 14 Sec 30 T29SR8W W 255 ft S 30 W 148.5 11 E 3(H) ft approx. N 128 ft to beg. Cout. 90 sp rds. .5 Acres. Minimum Bid: $440.22. 2 WAYNE DIAMOND P.O. Box 51 Beaver. I IT 847 13 Lot 142 West Village Unit 1. Minimum Bid: $480.12 2746-B-- 1 ALFRED RODRJQUEZ & CAROLYN RODRIQUEZ 12015 Celine St El Monte. CA 91732 13cg 40 rds E of NW Cor NE 14 Sec 26 T29S R 1 W th E 40 rds S 160 rds N 160 rds to beg. Minimum Bid: $1,227.56. IN WITNESS Wl IEREOF I have hereunto set my hand and official ML-449- -2 t. i&mttar APRIL 24, 1997 path through the valley. John has calendar of when they can smell the pigs. John made a motion to table a UNAPPROVED MINUTES Beaver County GENERAL PLAN: Kurt Hutchings w as unable to be there but the changes and additions to the general plan were handed out to die board members so they could read tbem and we w ill discuss them at our next meeting. This is to help the cities and the county work together on the growth in the area. ORDINANCE: John made a motion to allow Craig to issue a C U P. to those who w ant to build a home in an agriculture zone, unless there is a problem and then he will bring it before the board. Scott seconded the motoin. Motion passed unanimous!)'. Craig w as excused. C.U.P.'s: REVIEW This was postponed until next meeting. John asked that the borad be given copies of all the C.U.P.'s to help them remember the conditions that were Planning & Zoning Commission Ken In Attendance: Chairman: John lxko; Alice Smith; Jeff Kesler. Scott Bealer. Ken Olsen. Io and as County as Craig Attorney. Administrator Visitors: (sec list) Chairman Lofland called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m. MINUTES Alice asked for two things to be added to the minutes of the March 19. 1997 meeting. Alice made a motion to approve the minutes with the additions. John seconded the motion The motion passed unanimously'. LAND DIVISION Landon & Desiree Shotwell want to divide his grandmother's land and take 10 acres out of 39 acres to build ahouse. The land is zoned They discussed location and zoning. Ken Olsen made a motion to the recommend to County Commission to approve the land division Jeff seconded the motion. Motion passed unanimously. REZONEMENT Ray Bradshaw wants the land near his house rezoned from 0 to RE-They discussed where Indian Creek was. that the zone change didn't follow the general plan that in an A zone a second dwelling was allowed. Scott made a motion to that the recommend County Commission deny the zone change Jeff seconded the motion. Motion put in place. RECOMMENDATION FOR P&Z BOARD MEMBER: Letters were read from Ken Olscn, Don Roberts. Richard Porter, Donald Moore, and Rodney Green, that were interested in serving on die Planning Commission. John made a motion to send them to County Commission. Alice seconded the motion. Motion passed unanimously. Carig will take the applications and discuss them with the Countv Commission. ITEMS OF DISCUSSION: They sicussed visiting the sites before the meetings. Alice made a motion that we set some time on a Saturday to visit the sites and if someone can't make it they need to go see the site on their won. Ross seconded the motion. Motion passed unanimously. Gary Sullivan asked what could be done about the odor from Circle Four. Ixo said that we had put in the last Conditional Use Permit that the odor would need to be controlled. We could get with the company and ask them what they are going to do to correct the probelm, they are then put later to on probation and see if they are taking reasonable steps to correct the problem, if they aren't then their C.U.P.'s can be revoked. Joe Leko stated that he thought the board didn't care for the feelings of those people who live in Milford area, they have asked that no more facilities of Circle Four be putin unitl something is done about the odor problem and the board totally disregards them. Irry Whitaker stated that all they wanted was for Circle Four to take care of the problem. Ross made a motion to adjourn at 9:50 p.m. John seconded the motion. Motion passed unanimously. A-1- 0. A-2- P. application until Circle Four shows what steps are bemg done to take care of the odor. Alice seconded the motion Motion passed unanimously GENERAL PLAN Kurt Hutchings was there to explain that we are trying get the county and cities to coordinate and work together. The) discussed having tiers around the cities, the wording m the ordinance, the fact that it would need to be adopted as an ordinance and that the general plan is advisor). It will be on the agenda next month so we can take action on it. REVIEW 1994 -- 1995 C. U P s Special Ser. Dist 5 - no problem Elk Meadows - have on next agenda to revoke Comnet Cellular - no problem Circle Four odor is in zoning book C. E Nelson - will need new C. U P for any other use of building Circle Four - we have copies of their State & Federal regulations I lenne no problem Carriger - no problem Kcnnecott - selling to another company - new company needs to get C. U P.' Circle Four - new condition on this C.U.P. Scott made a motion to send Circle Four a letter asking them to tell us what steps the)' are taking to control the odor problem. Ken the motion- - Motion passed (his April J 6. 1997 1. passed unanimously. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT Circle Four wants to put in 2 new nurseries and 2 new finishers to complete die Skyline Complex. They discussed the odor problem, the things they have done so far are to prcchargc the lagoons, put perlite on 1 lagoon, put aerators on another lagoon, an experiment with lagoon additives and they are now looking at getting a grant to put a cover on the lagoons and using the gas burn off as a source of electricity. John stated that she would like to see the odor controlled before issuing any more permits, Sherric Thompson. Donald Moore. Marie Moore. Roger Barnes, Kevin Anderson. Shauna Mayer. Joe Keith Leko. Belinda James. Anderson, Larry Whittaker, Allan Mayer and Ron Wunderlich each had comments on the odor problem. They discussed what makes the smell more noticeable, the humidity makes the smell settle, the south breeze, the hot weather, there seems to to be a CU unanimously. Perlite Queen - check on road maintenance and get copies of their permits ITEMS OF DISCUSSION They discussed the copper mining operation, transferring C 1 P's. not having a Commission member be a voting member of the P & Commission, advertising for a new member from the West part of the and compensation of county, members. Code of Conduct papers were signed by some of the Board members. Warren Peter son attorney for Circle Four Farms, presented a letter to the board concerning conflict of interest. Chairman Lofland requested we get copies to all the members and put it on our agenda to discuss at our next meeting. John made a motion to adjourn at 9:40 p.m. Jeff seconded the motion. Motion passed unanimously. These minutes will be 1 presented for approval at the next regularly scheduled meeting. Until suck time they are considered unofficial 1 1 1 WV-I-14- 1 1 seal inis ioui uay in npiu iyyi. s Paul B. Barton County Auditor Published in the Beaver County Monitor April 24. May 1.8 & 15. 997. 1 Beaver County Planning & Zoning March 19.1997 Beaver Countv Planning and Zoning Commission March 19. 1997 7:30 p.m. Beaver Count) Courtroom MINUTES. Ken Lofland. Attendance: In Chairman. John Ixko. Alice Smith. Ross Marshall. Jeff Kcsler. Scott Bealer. Leo as Count) Attorney, and Craig as Administrator. Visitors: (see list) MINUTES: The minutes of the February 12. 1997 and March 5. 1997 were discussed and a change made. John made a motion to approve minutes as corrected. Alice seconded the motion. Motion passes unanimously It was asked if that was to include both minutes, it was corrected to include them both. CONDITION AI. USE PERMIT: Bill and Breuda Powell were back to discuss the ostrich farm, all the property owners in the arc had been notified. Ken read a letter from James A. Mayer wondering of the things they normally did on the farm would affect the ostriches, such as aerial spraying. Keith Dotson had called and said he was opposed to the ostrich farm, because he was afraid they would smell and he wasn't sure if the)' were noisy or not. No stale groundwater permit is needed. Craig talked to Mark Nelson, the Count) Extension Agent, and he said the smell was minimal as was the noise from ostriches. The) discussed the fencing and pesticides, and the fact that the farmers around can still go about their business. Jeff made a motion to approve the conditional use permit Alice seconded the motiou Motion passed unanunoush USE PERMIT CONDITIONAL Jim Brown aud Jolin Roberts were there to discuss the bottled water processing plant Ihcv would like to operate south of Beaver City. The plant would hac a pro ale road from passed unanimously. Scott Bealer Arrived. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: Jeff Kcsler presented the board with a letter stating that he had been hired by Circle Four and would abstain from voting because of conflict of interest. letters were read from Russell J. Holm and Nels Bcttingfield. Erik Jacobsen told the board they the peice of property that was farther out on 1 Iighway 21 and it wasn't as good a location as the site they are applying for. 13ecau.se the site is a small one they had not planned to go to the expense of putting in monitoring welLs. they have done test drill at the site and at 300 feet they had still not found water. There was discussion from members of the public about looking for another site, the odor problem, and the well testing. Ross took the chair. Ken made a motion to approve the conditional use permit. Scott seconded the motion. Scott. Ken and Ross voted for & Joh n and Alice voted against. Jeff abstained. Jeff was excused to leave to another committment. Ken took the chair again They discussed conditions, roads, and Milford City letter about air and water quality. The vote was not a majority of those present, so Scott made a motion to reconsider the CU P. and approve it with the conditions that have been talked about Ross seconded the motion. Ross. Scott, and Ken voted if favor. John and Alice voted against. Motion passed. Warren Peterson stated that if Jell had still been there he could have been compelled to vote. A requst was denied that the board be piled for oinvohment with the company, as a good faith gesture in light of about various board comments members ahving been bought off. before the vole was taken After the vote was taken, a visitor. Mr. ax Hullar. stood up and informed the board fo his objectiou to the vote because of a discussion that he heard Ross Commissioner between 4 Circle Marshall and before the meeting. representatives, UNAPPROVED MINUTES BEAVER CITY COUNCIL April J 5, 1997 MINUTES OF Till- BEAVER CITY COUNCIL. The Beaver City Council met in regular session at the Beaver City Hall on April 15. 1997 at 4:00 p.m. with the following members of the City Council present: Mayor James Robinson: City Council Members; Les Williams, Mike Dalton. Max Anderson. Robin Bradshaw and Ann Marshall. Also present at the meeting were City Manager Steve Atkin and I lal Icssing. MINUTE APPROVAL The City Council reviewed the Minutes of April 1, 1997 Council Meeting. After review Council Member Anderson moved. Council Member Dalton 2nd, Beaver City Council approve the minutes as read and written. All voted in favor of the motion. Bill APPROVAL The City Council reviewed the bills for payment after review Council Member Williams moved. Council Member Bradshaw 2nd. Beaver City Council authorize the bills for payment. All voted in favor of the motion. TRAFFIC CONTROL Dana Meier District Director of UDOT met with the City Council and discussed water drainage and controlled access to the North Interchange Business Area. It was the consensus of the City Council dial a meeting be set w ith the effected business owners to discuss the proposed improvements. SECONDARY WATER Lee Strong and Vicky Yardle) met with the City Council and discussed obtaining pressurized Irrigation to Vicky's The City Council Property. discussed different scenarios of obtaining water to the property. Council Member Dalton moved. Council Member Williams 2nd. Beaver City hold a special council meeting on April 17th at 7 IK) p.m. to discuss Beaver City Secondary Water System. All voted in favor of the motion. - STREET DUST CONTROL Max Gardner, Kelly Bradshaw and Steve Frcdrickson met with the City Council and discussed the City controlling dust on the road in front of their homes. It w as the consensus of the City Council that the City work toward chip scaling of the road in the next budget year. 1 FREDRICKSON WATER LINE EXTENSION Steve and Lori Frcdrickson met with the City Council and discussed the water line Mr. extension to his home. Frcdrickson requested that He be reimbursed a portion of lbs cost of line extension per City Ordinance that was in effect at the time of the line extension. The property owner that connected to the line was not billed for a reimbursement at the time of home construction. A written reimbursement agreement is not in place. Council Member Bradshaw moved. Council Member Williams 2nd. Beaver City reimburse Steve Fredrickson $735.83. All voted in favor of the motion. SWIMMING POOL HELP Consensus interview Jamie Quarnberg at 7 p.m. April 17, 1997 special meeting ANIMAL CONTROL AND SECONDARY WATER Cindy Mackelprang and Dandy Pollock met with the City Council and discussed obtaining secondary water and Dog Control within the AGENDA City CONSENT APPROVAL Council Member Marshall moved. Council Member Williams 2nd. Beaver City Council approve consent agenda item I and 2 B caver City Council approv es the business license application of Tap Enterprises - for a one day tool sale at the Armory. A copy of the application is attached hereto As 1 i:hibit 2. Beaver Council hereby approves a donation of $400 00 to Babe Ruth and Bambino Baseball in care of Dick Dcamiitl. All v oted in favor of the motion. City TWO WATER TANKS BOND RESOLUTION Council Member Bradshaw moved. Council Member Dalton 2nd, Beaver City Council authorize Mayor Robinson to sign necessary documents to sell the bonds. Beaver City herebv adopts resolution authorizing the issuance and confirming the sale of not more than $595,000 Water Revenue Bonds, Series 1997 A and $5 10,000 Water Revenue Bonds, Taxable Series 1997 B of the City. Mayor Robinson is authorized to sign the Bond Purchase Contract with Zions First National Bank. All voted in favor of the motion. A copy of the resolution. Bond Purchase contract and other documents is attached hereto as Exhibit Mayor Robinson excused himself from the meeting. The City Council recessed fiom 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Mayor Protein Bradshaw assumed the Chair. The City Council reviewed a draft of a property development agreement with 1 .eland Black and David Robinson, After review Council Member Williams moved. Council Member Anderson 2nd. Beaver City Council authorize Mayor Robinson to sign the agreement and easements. A copy of the agreement is attached hereto as E xhibit 1 All voted in favor of the motion The City Council made committee reports and discussed the following subjects: Impact fees Automation of the Beaver Library Council Member Dalton moved. Council Member Anderson 2nd, Beaver City Council move into closed session at 8 00 p m. to conduct Beaver City employee interv iews. All voted in fav or of the motion. No further business presented before the City Council the meeting 4-- adjourned at 10 (H) p.m. These minutes will he presented for approval ut the next regularly scheduled meeting. I ntil such lime, they an1 considered unofficial.