|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|
$mitr Qtountg JUNE 5, 1997 r ,- John Leight's 1940 Chevy Special is a consistent favorite at area car shows. He e took home the Milford Daze trophy for best paint last week. The car is a classic gray. or two-ton- 1 " Y"- - "N,'j , Miners ville Town Council Unapproved Minutes A regular meeting of the Minersville Town Council was held on Monday, May 19, 1997, at 7:30 p.m. at the Minersville Town Hall. Those present: Howard David Pryor, Eyre, Rodney Carter and Michelle Barton. Visitor: Kevin Carter. Minutes from the council meeting held on May 5, 1997, were approved without correction. The bid opening for Phase III of the CDBG Water Project has been postponed until May 28, 1997, at f 5cho6pj Out for Drve Carefully - ' kcta Obituaries at Beaver. agreed :40 p.m. It was moved by Comm. seconded by Comm. Marshall, Johnson and approved to adopt Ordinance Ken Yardley, County Sheriff, met with the Board to discuss a bill on page services with DA VAC Systems. Mr. Carriger will check to see if a formal agreement exists re: this service. - A Resolution ? Resolution No. to Authorize the Provision of Additional Service, the Annexation of Additional Area, to Change the Name of, and to Increase the Number of Administrative Board of Control Members of Beaver County Special Service District No. 6 was discussed. Those attending the meeting were Gale Randall, Richard Drevs, Gene Wyman, Bonnie Wyman, Louis Brown and Alice Smith. It was Marshall, moved by Comm. seconded by Comm. Johnson and 7 approved to adopt Resolution No. and authorize Comm. Johnson to sign the resolution. Bills on file were approved for There being no further payment. business, the meeting was adjourned. These minutes will be 1 97-0- 3. 97-0- 97-0- the Board to discuss the county's presented for approval at the next computer needs as it pertains to regularly scheduled meeting. Until The matter was such time, they are considered property taxes. referred to the computer committee unofficial for a recommendation. The new indigent defense legislation was discussed, The matter was referred to Mr. Kanell for research. A bill from the Beaver Ambulance was reviewed. It was the consensus In Ken Attendance: of the board to pay the bill. A bill from the Utah Association of Lofland, Chairman; Jolyn Leko, Counties re: public lands litigation Alice Smith, Jeff Kesler, Scott funding was reviewed, The bill had Bealer, Ken Olsen, Leo as County previously been denied. Mr. Carriger and as Craig Attorney, will send a letter to UAC informing Admimstrator them of the Board's prior action. Visitors: (see list) A letter from UDOT re: the Chairman Lofland called the increased speed limit on state meeting to order at 7:35 p.m. highways was reviewed. No action MINUTES- - Jolyn asked for the was taken. Comm. It w as moved by Marshall, wording to be changed in the seconded by Comm. Johnson and Circle Four C.U.P. of the minutes passed to pay a maximum of 17.09' of the April 16, 1997 meeting. It of salary for retirement purposes. This was changed to read "Joryn made is necessitated by the increase passed a motion that we hold this in This is by the State Legislature. abeyance until they show us they approximately a 2 increase in the control the odor and what can rate, This county's contribution steps they are doing to control it." increase will be included as part of " Ken Olsen made a motion to any cost of living increase given to approve the minutes with the employees for the 1998 budget year. Alice seconded the It was moved by Comm. addition. seconded 'by Comm. Marshall, The motion passed motioa Johnson and approved to authorize unanimously. Johnson to sign the Comm. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT agreement as the acting chairman with The first item was the C.U.P. the State Department of Corrections application from last month. to house state inmates in the new Circle Four took the planning Public Safety Center. Commission on a tour for what A request from the American is Circle Four in the of doing to control the assist funding Legion to at the Circle Four met the It reviewed. was was State odor, they Boy's concensus of the Board not to provide office building for a presentation assistance. Mr. Carriger will infonn and then went out to the sites. the American Legion. Jeff made a motion to approve the It was moved by Comm. Marshall, C.U.P. Ken Olsen seconded the seconded by Comm. Johnson and motion. Jolyn Leko said she approved to adopt the 1994 building would like to amend the motion to permit fee schedule. see something about them coming The resignation of Comm. Gary bad: in 6 months to tell us what is E. Sullivan was discussed. Action on going on to control the odor. A the resignation was tabled to the July letter was read from the 7, 1997 meeting. Beaver County Planning and Zoning Meeting Unapproved Minutes 1:00 p.m. Leslie and Associates is preparing a study to determine impact fees. David Eyre made a motion to purchase a radar gun for Kevin Carter. Michelle Barton seconded the motion. The motion passed. When Mr. Leight bought the car, it didn't have a heater. Michelle Barton made a motion to His mother, Martha Leight made this afghan in 1978. It is a part adopt the Municipal Wastewater .". of Mr. Leight's display at car shows. Planning Program Resolution. ' David Eyre seconded the motion,' , ' ' " the motion passed. Michelle Barton made a motion to donate $200 to the Minersville Elementary School for software for the computer program. & Watch TheRodney Carter seconded the motion. The motion passed. Mayor Pryor will draw a sketch of Thelma Wiscomb Moss Gunn the proposed cemetery building Beaver: Thelma Wiscomb Moss and take it to the County Building June 2, 94, Gunn, passed away Clauss Rollins Marshall Inspector to get a building permit. 1997 at the Beaver Valley The budget will be adopted on Clauss Minersville: born She was Hospital. June 16, 1997. Any anticipated Rollins Marshall, 76, passed 1902 in Salt Lake 30, September in the 1997 expenditures need to be reported away May 31, City, Utah to Walter Charles and to the clerk prior to June 2, 1997. Memorial Milford Valley Peterson Theora Josephine Meeting Adjourned Hospital. He was born April 23, Wiscomb. She married Clyde S. sSue M. Carter 1921 in Minersville, Utah to Moss on February 15, 1922 in the BID OPENING MAY 28, 1997 Mclvin & Druella Rollins He Salt Lake LDS Temple. Bid opening for the CDBG Water Marshall. He married Melba 1966. on 7, away February passed Project Phase III was held on Halley August 27, 1942 in She married Benjamin LeRoy Wednesday, May, 1997, at 1:00 Minersville, Utah and thcir Gunn on October 12, 1967 in Salt p.m. at the Minersville Town marriage was later solemnized in Lake City and he preceded her in Hall. the St. George LDS Temple on death in 1973. Those present: Howard Pryor, September 25, 1963. Thelma was very active Kevin Carter, Sue Carter, Steve Clauss was a member of in the LDS Church having served the LDS Church where he served Ogden and Phyl Leslie: as the Primary President twice in in the stake Sunday School Bidders: the South Bountiful Ward and on Aldred Construction a leader the was of $105,655. Presidency, the Stake primary Board as well. Claw Construction $ 1 24,834. Cub Scouts and he served in the She along with Petra Hatch were Construction $ 146,237. Priests He a was Gateway Quorum. High very active with roadshows and Interstate Rock Farmer and and $174,158. good Dairyman productions as well as entertaining The above minutes will be also worked as a State Road all over the area for many years. presented for approval at the next Supervisor. He loved to hunt and She was a temple ordinance regularly scheduled meeting. Until fish, raise gardens, go to the worker in the Salt Lake Temple such time they are considered mountains and to travel around from 1972 to 1976. She worked unofficial the country. He was a loving for the Salt Lake City Water husband, father and grandfather. Department for over 27 years He is survived by his in 1968. She is survived retiring wife Melba of Minersville. UNAPPROVED her Lorenzo "Ren" C. sons, by Children, Arlan H. & Michelle of MINUTES And Yvonne Moss of Beaver, Connie & Keams, Kenny BEAVER COUNTY Ronald S. And Linda Moss of Mortensen of Sutherland, and D. And Dennis Jillett, Wyoming; COMMISSION LaRac & William Parkinson of Patricia Moss of Layton, Utah. 19 June 2, 1997 Enoch. 19 Grand & 26 Great 37 great and 2 great-greGrand, The Board of County & Grandchildren. Brothers, Ual She was preceded Commissioners met on June 2, 1997 grandchildren. Helen Marshall of Beaver, and in death by a daughter Donna at 10:00 a m. for its regularly Vance & Connie Marshall of Geurin and 3 brothers and 2 scheduled meeting. Those present Minersville. Sister, Vivia & Bill were Chad W. Johnson, Acting sisters. Carter of Minersville. He was Funeral services will be Chairman: Ross Marshall, Member; preceded in death by a son Steven Administrative Carrigcr, held on Thursday, June 5, 1997 at Doug and two daughters, Leslie & Assistant; and Paul B. Barton, Clerk. 1 00 P.M. In the Russon Brothers Robin. Three sisters, Ruth, Verle Minutes of the May 5, 1997 in Bountiful at Mortuary Chapel & Lelia. meeting were read. It was moved by 295 North Main Street. Friends Comm. Marshall, seconded by Funeral services were may call at the Olpin Mortuary on Comm. and passed to Johnson in 1997 June held on Tuesday, 3, in Beaver, approve the minutes. Wednesday evening LDS Ward the Minersville 2nd from 7:00 P.M. Interment will be Rick Roberts and Kay Kimball Chapel. Interment was in the in the Bountiful Cemetery under met with the Board to discuss the Minersville Cemetery under the the direction of Olpin Mortuary of 1996 audit. The management letter direction of Olpin Mortuary. w as rev iewed and the Board PAGB4 with its findings. It w as moved by Comm. Marshall, seconded by Comm. Johnson and passed to go into closed session to discuss the character or professional competence of an individual. The meeting was closed at 10:30 a m. Those present were Members of the Board, the Clerk, Carriger, Leo 0. KanelL County Attorney, Rick Roberts and Kay Kimball. It was moved by Comm. Marshall, seconded by Comm. Johnson and passed to return to open session at 10: 50 a.m. It was moved by Comm. seconded by Comm. Marshall, Johnson and approved to send a letter to the Service District No. I Board regarding several weaknesses in the internal control of the ambulance service. The Clerk recommended that the contract with Kimball & Roberts for the County's audit be extended for an additional three years. It was moved by Comm. Marshall, seconded by Comm.. Johnson and unanimously approved to extend the contract through the 1999 audit year. Maureen Verhaeren, LeeAnn Joseph and Debi Robinson met with 7 - fltonitmr . The truck traffic through Minersville Town was discussed. Marshall suggested that Comm. Circle Four be contacted and have the empty feed trucks take the M&M road back to the feed mill. It was the consensus of the Board to make that request. It was moved by Comm. seconded Johnson, by Comm. Marshall, and passed to sip the Memorandum of Agreement on road with Circle Four improvements Farms. A proposed planning and zoning The procedure was discussed. procedure is amending the process of having planning and zoning requests reviewed by all administrative agencies prior to the Planning Commission taking action on the request. The new sales tax legislation was reviewed. The matter was referred to Mr. Carriger for action. Stephen Winslow and Daylc Flannigan from the U.S. Forest Service, met with the Board to discuss the road maintenance agreement between the County and the Forest Service. After review , it was moved by Comm. Marshall, seconded by Comm. Johnson and approved to authorize Comm. Johnson to sign the agreement. 1 30 P.M. PUBLIC HEARING A public hearing on the adoption of 3 was opened for Ordinance public comment at :30 p,m. Those attending the hearing were Craig Davis and Alice Smith. The hearing was closed for public continent at -- 97-0- 1 Whittakers, Alice told the board that there was a health study being done, they discussed the odor being worse this past month order of the agenda. ? seconded Motion passed the motion. unanimously. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT Wah Wah Stone Company was unable to have a representative there. Jeff made a motion to table this until the next meeting. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT Doug Jones want to operate a gravel pit on 20 acres in Sec. They discussed the dust reclamation, roads, and water. Ken Olsen made a motion to approve The permit with the stipulation that they must send us their permits for water, dust (Air Quality etc.), they need to stay off the smaller roads and use Hwy 21, they must provide for reclamation, they will only use 20 acres. Jeff seconded the motion. Motion 1. passed unanimously. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT Scott stated he had a conflict of interest and gave Ken Lofland a letter and excused himself from the board and left the room. They had called earlier in the day and said they had and emergency come up and would not be able to make it. There was a letter from Div. of Oil Gas & Mining saying they intend to approve the operation. Joryn made a motion to table this until next meeting so they could be there to answer any Jeff seconded the questions. The motion passed motioa unanimously. CONDITIONAHJSE PERMIT Phil Edholm from Elk Meadows was mere, he explained that the new owners were planning on cleaning up the slash piles and reseeding, they want to do things right, the board said they would like a letter to close out the old file on Eflc Meadows. They would like to put in two new chair lifts, than ever before, Alice submitted a calendar of odors it was Scott also made a unsigned. motion to amend it by having a committee look into the odor, and letting them build the buildings but not letting them occupy them until the odor is controlled. Scott's motion was voted on 3 for, 3 against. Jolyn' s motion voted on 3 for 2 against, Scott did not vote. Joryn made a motion to amend the motion to include all previous conditions, that they report on the trials to control the odor at least every six months, that further C.U.P. 's will be evaluated based on odor control of the Skyline pyramid, they will not ask for anymore C.U.P. 's for the Skyline Pyramid and they will continue to work on the odor Scott seconded the problem. amendment. Amendment passe unanimously. The original motion on the C.U.P. being approved that had been made by Jeff and seconded by Ken Olsen, with the amendment was voted on. All members voted in favor of granting the C.U.P. The next C.U.P. concerning the single wide trailer was discussed, it is against to the county ordinance 94-0- 4 have a single wide trailer, except in a mobile home park. Circle Four said they would withdraw the C.U.P. if it was not in compliance with the ordinance. They "discussed the letter that - Warren Peterson had submitted to the board at the last meeting. Joryn had filed a conflict of interest statement. Everyone has turned in their Code for Conduct Warren Peterson statements. stated that he was pleased with what had been done. CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT Ken made a motion to change the widen one trailj open the fall-lientrance, and put additions on the north and south ends for the West Village Lodge. They discussed the timber, no sediment in the lakes, and reclamation or bonding, the completion date is set for Now. 15, 1997. Ken Olsen made a motion to approve the conditional use permit Alice seconded the motion. Motion ne passed unanimously. GENERAL PLAN Curt was there to discuss the things needed to be done and the time line in getting it all worded out with the cities. They also discussed mapping and tier growth, and getting together with the cities. Jeff made a motion to approve what's been done so far. Ken Olsen seconded the motioa Motion passed unanimously. ORDINANCE CHANGE They discussed the wording on me ordinance and changed it Jeff then made a motion to recommend to the County Commission to approve the ordinance change. Scott seconded the motion. Motion passed unanimously. ITEMS OF DISCUSSION Pearl Queen Perlite has sent us a letter to tell us what they are doing to comply with the conditions of their permit. They are O.K. Alice asked that everyone be reminded of the meeting at Milford High School on June 11th. Scott make a motion to Jeff adjourn at 10:10 p.m. seconded the motion. Motion passed unanimously. The above minutes will be presented for approval at the next reguhrfy scheduled meeting. Until such time they are considered unofficial .