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Citizen Free Press Geneva Review Y. - August 5, 1998 McDaniel Beloved mother, grandmother, and sister, Geneva Young McDaniel passed away Aug. 1, 1998 in American Fork at the age of 86. She was born May 2, 1912 in Wallsburg, Utah, to Joseph Smith Young and Mary Viola Mecham. She married Wilbur Clark McDaniel on Aug. 19, 1931. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple. Geneva was a graduate of Lincoln High School, Orem, Utah and lived all of her married life in Alpine, Utah. She was a faithful member of the Church of Richard I. Jesus Christ of Latter-da- y Saints having served faithfully in many church positions. She loved to read, crochet, and travel. She loved the time spent with her family and friends. She was a loving mother and grandmother and will be greatly missed by all. She is survived by one son and four daughters: Rulon C. McDaniel, Phyllis (Marilyn) (Arlin) Bellon, both of Alpine, Utah; Connie (Steven) Pulsipher, Sandy, Utah; Glenda (John) Goodridge, Eureka, Montana; Joyce (Jim) Galetka, Riverdale, Utah; 18 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren, and one sister, Gladys Thomas, of Spanish Fork. Services will be Wednesday, Aug. 5, 1998 at 11 a.m. in the Alpine 12th Ward (98 North Canyon Crest, Alpine). Friends may call Wednesday from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. at the church. Burial in the Alpine City Cemetery. Mickelsen March 12, 1954 at Salina, Utah. The marriage was later solemnized in the Manti LDS Temple. Richard "Dick or Kojak" as he was known by his closest friends retired from the U. S. Air force in 1970. His military career also included the Navy and Army. He served in World War II, the Korean Conflict, and Vietnam. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Saints where he served in various positions. The love of his life was his "Sweetheart" of 43 years and his daughters. He was known for his humor and wit and will be greatly missed by everyone whose life he touched. Dick is survived by his wife: LaPreal "Mickey", Oasis, Utah; three daughters: Dixie (Kelly) Bird; Lehi, Utah; Lissa (Kim) Sorensen and Mya Church, both of Salina, Utah; 13 grandchildren; seven great grandBrothers: Jim children; (Dorothy) Cary, Oregon; Norm (Marilyn) Cary, Monroe, Utah; Sisters: (Robert) Evelyn Delano, New York City, New York; Anita Strom, Seaside, Bernice Oregon; mother-in-laMickelsen, Salina, Utah. A memorial service was held on Friday July 31, 1998 in the Nickle Mortuary Chapel. Burial was in the Salina Eastside City Cemetery. 5 Boy to Tony and Jenneka Harmer Manwill of Lehi. Girl to David and Kathryn Jones Pierce of Alpine. Boy to Michael and Lesley Johnson Reisewitz of Lehi. July 6 Girl to Cassandra Anderson of Pleasant Grove. 7 Girl to James and Ruth Jurgens Johnson of Pleasant Grove. Boy to Cody and Amy Jorgensen Anderson of Pleasant Grove. Girl to Matthew and Sandra Potter Davison of American Fork. Girl to Jeffery and Sheryl Bullough Hoyt of Pleasant Grove. Boy to Dean and Jan Brassfield Lott of Lindon. Boy to Joshua and Cari Shelton Stilson of Lehi. July 8 Boy to Michael and Cassie Holmes Larsen of Lehi. Boy to Gordon and Becky Ware Lindstrom of Highland. Girl to David and Jodi Sorensen Oliver of Pleasant Grove. ie notices From American Fork and was born Aug. 31, 1911 in Salt Lake City, to Salt Lake David Sarah Elizabeth H a w k e s Mi Clarissa B. William and Lehi. She born was March 11, the 1904, Harriet Charlotte Wright Bezzant in Lindon. She married John Eldon Bone June 17, 1925 in the Salt Lake Temple. To this union came a daughter and three sons, 33 grandchildren, 51 great grandchildren and six great-gregrandchildren. She was active in the LDS Church her entire life. She was in the Stake Relief Society Presidency, a teacher in the Primary and also of the Gleaner Girls. She was also a visiting teacher for over 61 at Arvilla G. Turner and making handicraft items. She delighted in being around people and in helping causes. others. She loved her family She was and cherished the time she born Aug. 24, spent with her children, grandin children and great grandchil1911, dren. She will be deeply American a missed. Fork, Survivors include two sons, daughter of five daughters: Donna (Don) Pittman, LouCille (Vaughn) Henry Goode Hamnett, Ronald J. (Vivian) and Myrtle VaLeta (Richard) Turner, Jane Jensen. Kathleen Loveless, (Lynn) She married T.J. Turner May Halliday, all of American Fork; Sandra Robinson of Pleasant 23, 1928 in Provo. Their marriage was solemnized June 23, Grove, and Arthur Everett 1955 in the Salt Lake LDS Turner, Las Vegas; 31 grandchilTemple. He died June 7, 1966. dren, 61 Arvilla was a member of the seven Church of Jesus Christ of a sister, Marie Densley of Latter-da- y Saints. She served American Fork. She was also in the Primary and Relief preceded in death by two daughSociety Presidencies, and was a ters, Veona and Sharon. Funeral services were held Visiting Teacher for forty years. She lovingly served twenty-on- e Monday, Aug. 3, in the years on the Old Folk's Anderson & Sons Mortuary, Committee. American Fork. Burial was in She enjoyed quilting, sewing, the American Fork Cemetery. Arvilla Goode Turner, 86, passed away July 31, 1998 of natural Notice of intent to annex On July 14, 1998, the City Council of American Fork, Utah, adopted R Resolution No. intent its to annex indicating Broadstone Annexation (840 East 350 South) r 1 - American Fork Council plans work session to prepare for upcoming meeting WORK SESSION 1. Discussion of items for Dated this 4 day of August, 1998. Richard M. Colborn City Recorder the upcoming August 11, 1998, City Council meeting. 2. Other business. 3. Adjournment. in Published the American Fork Citizen Aug. 5, 1998. agenda shall be as follows: North Commencing 8938 24" West 436.59 feet from the East Quarter Corner of Section 24, Township 5 South, Range 1 East, Salt Lake Base & Meridian; thence as follows: North 00119" East 114.00 feet thence South 883949" West 150.89 feet, along the south line of the Brooks addtion, thence; South 202'41" West 262.64 feet, along the east line of the Jolley Annexation, thence; North 73161 9" West 579.00 AF City Council lists upcoming Notice is hereby given that the American Fork City Council will meet in regular session on August 1 1 , 1 998, in the American Fork City Hall, 31 North Church Street, commencing at 7:30 p.m. The agenda shall be as follows: PUBLIC HEARING of 7:25 p.m. Receiving public hearing regarding the declaring surplus of 0.113 acres at approximately 38 East Main Street. REGULAR SESSION 1. Prayer by Councilman Grant Parker; roll call. the of 2. Report Councils Neighborhood Committee. 3. Report of the City Administrator. 4. Council reports. 5. Mayor's report. ACTION ITEMS 1. Presentation and action on the naming of the new horse shoe pits. 2. Review and action on a Resolution declaring surplus 0.113 acres at approximately 38 East Main Street. 3. Discussion and action years. She enjoyed her family and friends (dozens of neighborhood kids called her Grandma and loved to stop by for one of her homemade cookies), sewing, handiwork, and working in her garden, which was one of the most beautiful gardens in Lehi. She had about 14 acre in Iris' and gave away starts to people from all over the western states. She also loved to pick raspberries. She is survived by one daugther, Ruby (Max) Ray of Lehi; one son, Bruce (Penny) Bone of Manti; 2 daughters-in-law- , Jean S. (Lloyd) Bone of Lehi and Jean L. (Lorin) Bone of Pleasant Grove. She was preceded in death by her husband, John Eldon Bone and her 2 sons, John Lloyd Bone and Lorin Edward Bone. Funeral services were held Monday, August 3, in the Wing Mortuary Chapel, 118 E. Main, Lehi. Interment was in the Lehi City Cemetery. July 30, Larsen's Nursing Home in the following described real City Hall American Fork City Hall, 31 North Church Street, commencing at 4:00 p.m. The City, Richfield, Draper, Taylor, West Weber and South Salt Lake. His final home for many years was Lehi, Utah. His life was devoted to his family, his church, and his community. He served in many callings in his church including serving in Bishoprics in South Bone Clarissa Bezzant Bone, age 94, died Thursday, 1998 at property: Notice is hereby given that the American Fork City Council will meet in a work on session Thursday, August 6, 1998, in the Adamson. He married his eternal sweetheart and companion Arlene C. Phillips from Lehi on Sept. 2, 1932 in the Salt Lake Temple. She died July 17, 1994. He lived at various times in old years Additional obituaries on pafl Jr. Charles at American Fork Hospital Thomas July July David William Adamson, Jr., died Aug. 3, 1998, at his home in Lehi, Utah. He was 86 Samuel and Hello World Babies born David W. Adamson, daughter of Cary Richard Irving Cary, wonderful and loving husband, father and grandfather, age 71, passed away Tuesday July 28, 1998 at his home in Oasis. He was born April 9, 1927 at Hubbard, Oregon to Leonard C and Sadie Elizabeth Juhls Cary. He married LaPreal Latter-da- y Page 18 agenda items on a fence for Russ Miller at 33 North 870 East. 4. Discussion of mother-in-laapartments. 5. Discussion of a budget for the Family Literacy Program. 6. Review and action on a Resolution to release the audio tape of the June 25, 1998, Executive Session. 7. Review and action on a Resolution indicating the to annex intent the Addition at 905 East 300 North. 8. Review and action on a Resolution entering into an interlocal agreement with Coleman-Jense- n Pleasant Grove City and Utah County regarding property and signal installation at 1100 East State Road. 9. Review action and authorizing the Mayor to sign an option for acquisition of the Alan Hunter property at approximately 1 120 North 700 West consisting of approximately 28 acres. 10. Discussion of entering into an interlocal agreement with Lehi City regarding our common boundary. Review and action on an amended agreement with AJM for the right of way and easement acquisition for a 1 1. signal at 620 South 500 East. 12. Discussion and action on a Beautification Project on 500 East. 13. Report and action on construction projects items including change orders. 14. Report and action on Planning Commission items. 15. Review and action on the July 11, 1998, joint work session minutes. 16. Review and action on the July 28, 1998, minutes. 17. Review and action on the August 6, 1998, work session minutes. Committee 18. Finance Report including action on the approval of City bills for payment. 19. Adjournment. Dated this 3 day of August, 1998. Richard M. Colborn City Recorder in the Published American Fork Citizen Aug. 5, 1998. approves Notice that the is hereby given City Council of Fork, Utah, at its January 13, 1998, Council American Meeting Ordinance approving did adopt No. RHJ the at 400 S. 760 East consisting of 17.173 acres and placing the prop Annexation City Council - Broadsfone feet, along the south line of the Jolley Annexation, thence; South 8634'53" West 103.23 feet, along the south line of the Donald E. Hall Annexation, thence; South 222'09" West 307.36 feet, along the east line of theRHJ Annexation, thence; South 81 47'20" East 841.35 feet, thence; North 7849'43" East 7.76 feet, thence; North 12141" West 417.37 feet, along the west FVW line of 860 East Road to the point of beginning. Total Area:6.38 acres. Notice is hereby given that the American Fork City Council will hold a public hearing on September 22, 1998, at 7:15 p.m. in the American Fork City Hall, 31 North Church Street, for the purpose of receiving public comment regarding the proposed annexation. The City Council will act , General Commercial 2 zone and the PI-Planned Industrial zone. The Annexation was recorded in the Office of the Utah County Recorder on July 17, 1998. Copies of the text of the complete Ordinance are on file in the City Offices, 31 N. Church erty in the GC-2- to annex the above real property described unless, at or before the public hearing, written protests to the annexation are filed by the owners of real property located within the area proposed for annexation, representing more than 50 percent of the total private land area and 33 percent of the value of all private real property within the area proposed for annexation. Copies of a map showing the location of the annexation area are available for review by the public at the office of the American Fork City Recorder, 31 North Church Street, during normal business hours. Dated this 22 day of July, 1998. Richard M. Colborn City Recorder in Published the American Fork Citizen July 29, Aug. 5 and 12, 1998. Street, and are available for public inspection. Dated this 3 day of August, 1998. Richard M. Colborn City Recorder in Published the American Fork Citizen Aug. 5, 1998. vacation of IV of and Pennylane Condominiums at 300 S. 460 East. Copies of the complete text of the Ordinance are on file in the 31 North City Offices, Church Street, and are a including Phase III available for public inspection. This Ordinance shall take effect upon publication of this notice. Dated this 3 day of August, 1998. Richard M. Colborn City Recorder Published Fork American Aug.5, 1998. the in Citizen Council sets hearing on surplus property Notice is hereby given that the American Fork City Council will hold a public hearing on August 11, 1998, in the City Hall, 31 North Church Street, commencing at 7:25 p.m. to receive public comment regarding the declaring of the following property, surplus: - 0.113 acres of real property at 32 East Main Street. All interested persons are invited to attend. Dated this 4 day of August, Copies of the proposed resolution are on file in the 31 North City Offices, Church Street, for public inspection. Richard M. Colborn City Recorder in Published the American Fork Citizen Aug. 5, 1998. 1998. - Mt. Timpanogos Temples. He is survived by one son,;'. Elder David P. (Sister Alice Oris ,j' Jean) Adamson, serving in the Chicago Temple; three daughters, Clarene A. (Donald; l Myrup, American Fork; Diana (Rodney) Fakatou, Holladay; v' Linda (Larry) Hadfield, Lehi; 16 grandchildren; 25 great grandchildren; four great-gregrandchildren; three sisters and a brother, Julia Adamson, " LuDean (George) McGrath, Maudella A. Hepworth, and ' Nathan W. Adamson, all of Salt Lake City area; many nephews 1 and nieces.. Preceded in death by his wife, two sisters; and one t. grandchild. Funeral services will be Friday, Aug. 7, 1998 at 11:00 ' a.m. in the Wing Mortuary Chapel, 118 E. Main, Lehi,'? call 1 where friends may Thursday evening 8 p.m. and Friday one hour prior to ser-- ) ! vices. Interment, Lehi City at .. 6-- Cemetery. h ..." ?. "?i Gray Oris Roberts Gray, 83, Lehi, died Sunday August 2, 1998 in American Fork. He was born Nov. 10, 1914 in Lehi, Ramon (Sally) Gray, of Lindon, j Glenna (Delmar) Miller of, 3 Lehi, Colleen (Robert) Harris of Salt Lake City; six grandchild . dren; two foster children; 12, ; great grandchildren; three fcs-- J ter three V brothers and three sisters, J.Ri ' (Jane) Gray of Kearns; Chris (Betty) Gray of Orem; Vern Blanche ? (Jeanine) Gray, (James) Cunningham, Bareen " (Jay) Storrs all of American Fork; and Mrs. Lillian Nielsen of West Valley. Preceded in v death by his parents and two . brothers, Kyle and Delmar. Funeral services will be held V Thursday, Aug. 6, at 11 a.m. in the Lehi 6th Ward LDS J Chapel, 120 W. 200 South, Lehi. ; Friends may call at the Wing ;! Mortuary, 118 E. Main, Lehi, Wednesday, p.m. and at the? church Thursday, one hourL Burial, r prior to services. American Fork City Cemetery. , n; the son of William Edward and ""A- Ethel Mary - Roberts Gray. iSihT mar Lela ried Irene Hansen, June 14, 1937 in Salt Lake City. Marriage later solmnized in the Salt Lake He LDS Temple. He was employed at Geneva Steel for 36 years and was also a farmer, an avid fisherman and hunter, and raised sheep, mink, and cattle. He was a high priest in the Lehi 6th Ward. Survived by his wife of Lehi; one son and two daughters; K j 6-- 8 Pumic .1 amends development code ft I. Lehi Council and enacting new corresponding sections numbered the same. Copies of the complete text of the Ordinance are on file in the Lehi City Office, located at 153 N. 100 East, and are available for public inspection during regular office hours. This ordinance shall take Notice is hereby given Lehi City Council at that the its July 28, 1998 Council did Meeting adopt Ordinance No. which amends Sections of the Lehi City Development Code and and Escrow Bond by repealing the presently existing sections On July 28, 1998, the City Council of American Fork, Utah, adopted Resolution No. indicating effect immediately upon its passage and first public-- ! tton. Dated its this 3rd ot day August, 1998. j Evelyn W.Yates, Lehi City Recorder Published in the Lehi 4 ' Free Press Aug. 5, 1998. " Westfield extension of said boundary line, 264.25 feet (for a total of2,732.91 feet) to the south right of way line of Interstate 15, also being the north boundary line of the 1984 Keith Addition Walters Annexation; thence North 5200'50" West along said north boundary line, 748.48 feet to the north west corner of said Walters Annexation; thence North 5200'50" West along the extension of said north line, 2.81 feet (for a total of 787.29 feet) to a point on the 1997 Kolob Mountain Ranch Annexation; Thence along the east boundary line of said annexation the followNorth ing five (5) calls: 295714" East, 251.89 feet; thence North 2330W East, 691.85 feet; thence North 0515'00" West 449.46 feet; thence North, 33.66 feet; thence North 1339'00" East, 1,034.88 feet to the northeast corner of said Kolob Annexation; thence North 1339 00" East along the extension of the east boundary line of said Kolob Annexation, 128.27 feet (for a total of 1,163.13 feet) to the point of beginning. total Area: 40.64 acres. Notice is hereby given intent to annex the following described real property: Westfield Annexation (1000 West State Road) Beginning at a point on the south boundary line of the 1995 Ault Annexation Plat, said point being North 8958'38" West along the section line, 1,473.423 feet and South 0001 '22" West, 1088.284 feet from the North Quarter Corner of Section 15, Township 5 South, Range 1 East, Salt Lake Base and Meridian; and running thence along said south boundary line the following three (3) calls: South 6244'24" East, 299.26 feet; thence North 0145'06" East, 44.15 feet; thence South 6230W East 455.81 feet to a point on the extension of the west boundary line of the 1985 ZCMI Annexation thence 1; South 1432'29" West along said extension, 73.66 feet to the north west corner of said ZCMI Annexation; thence South 1432 29" West along the west boundary line of Annexation the ZCMI 2,395.00 feet; thence South 1432'29" West along the that the American Fork Ct Council will hold a putc: hearing on October 13,;' 1998, at 7:00 p.m. in th American Fork City Halt, 31 North Church Street, for th& purpose of receiving pufc!,c comment regarding the pro. posed annexation. The City Council will act; to annex the above, described real property unless, at or before the pub- - , lie hearing, written protests to the annexation are fte; by the owners of real proper-- , ty located within the ares proposed for annexation., representing more than 5Si percent of the total private, land area and 33 percent o!: the value of all private real! property within the area pro. posed for annexation. Copies of a map show-- , ing the location of She annexation area are avail-- , able for review by the pufc!,e at the office ol the American Fork City Recorder, ,31 North Church Street, dunng normal business hours. Dated this 3 day of August, mo. Richard M. Colborn City Recorder ft Published 'the in American Fork Citizen Aug. 5,1998. ...j. Redevelopment Agency to convene Notice is hereby given that the American Fork approves large scale plan Notice is hereby given that the City Council of American Fork, Utah, at its July 28, 1998, Council did adopt Meeting, Ordinance No. Large Scale approving Overlay Zone No. 108 the Pennylane including Townhomes Phase III temple worker in the Provo and No,ice of in,ent ,0 annex annexation RHJ Salt Lake and Lehi Wards, Stake Superintendent of mutual and Sunday school organizations, and many scouting positions. He was an Eagle Scout. Prior to his marriage he worked Auerbachs at Department Store in Salt Lake City where he met his wife. He worked for many years for Paramount and Warner Brothers on film row in Salt Lake City. He was elected as City Councilman for South Salt Lake and was a member of the Lions Club. He also worked for many years for the State Bank of Lehi during which time he served as President of the Utah County Bankers Association. He was a Chairman for the Lehi United Way fund drive. He had a life long love for music and was a member of the Orpheus Club, LDS and Swanee Singers, and sang in many male choruses and quartets. He and Arlene served an LDS Mission in the Michigan, Lansing Mission and was a V Redevelopment Agency will meet in Special Session on August 11, 1998, in the American Fork City Hall, 31 North Church Street, commencing at 6:30 p.m. The Agenda shall be as follows: SPECIAL MEETING 1. 2. Roll call. Report AF of the Chairman. Review and action on a Woodfield request by Development to proceed with an EDA in the area of 925 West State Road. 4. Review and action on an agreement with Jonnalynn Walker for analytical work and EDA Study for the Woodfield Project at 925 West State Road. 5. Unfinished business. 3. ' 6. Approval of the June 9, 1998, minutes. ; M 7. New business. ' 8. Adjournment. Dated this 3 day of Augue; 1998. Richard M. Colborn and opportunities to sell or trade with specific persons or other governmental parties, where one or more significant public interests may be furthered thereby. Copies of the complete text of the Ordinance are on file in the City Offices, 31 North Church Street and are available for public inspec ; . u Executive Director Published in ths American Fork Citizen Aug. 5,1998. changes surplus property rules Notice is hereby given that the City Council of American Fork, Utah, at its July 28, 1998, Council did approve Meeting Ordinance No. amending Section 3.32.010 of the Code of the City of American Fork regarding the disposing of surplus property including land exchanges ) i ' 4 f ( This Ordinance sh'tl r take effect upon publication of this notice. Dated this 3 day of August, : 1998. Richard M. Colborn ' ' City Recorder 5, tion. Published American 5, 1998. in tie: Fork Citizen Aug.' .