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From American Fork City Hall American Fork seeks bids for wells Owner: American Fork City 31 N. Church Address: Street, American Fork, UT 84003 Separate sealed Bids for the Construction of the American Fork City - Golf Course Well and Wellhouse be will Improvements received by American Fork Fork City at the American City Hall, 31 No. Church Street, American Fork, Utah until 2:00 p.m. 84003, MDST, Nov. 9, 1998, and the nat said office Monday, publicly opened and read aloud. The principal items of work are approximately as lines. The project is to be completed by May 31, 1999. The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, consisting of Advertisement for Bids, Information for Bidders, Bid, Bid Bond, Agreement, Bond, Payment Performance Bond, Notice of Award, Notice to Proceed, General Change Order, Conditions, Supplemental General Conditions, Specifications, Drawings and Addenda, may be examined at the following locations: Horrocks Engineers, One West Main, American Fork, Utah 84003. Intermountain follows: Construct pump house at existing well. Equip well. Install associated water W. 1743 Contractors, Alexander Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84110. Notice is hereby given that the American Fork City Planning Commission will meet in regular session on November 4, 1998, in the City Hall, 31 North Church Street, commencing at 7:00 p.m. The agenda shall be as follows: SES7:00 SION 1 .Review and action on the revised preliminary and final plat of Square, a PUD located at 480 East State Road. 2.Review and action on the preliminary and final plat of the Netherfield Plat E Subdivision located at 550 North 550 East. 3. Review and action on the final plat of North Park Estates PUD Plats D & E located at 750 West 500 North. 4. Review and action on an amended commercial site plan for Nature's Herbs at 600 East Quality Drive. 5. Review and action on the Annexation Policy Declaration including the annexation concept devefor the lopment plan American Heritage School Annexation at 700 North 1175 East. 6. Review and action on the Orchard Hills South Plat Town of Eagle hereby Utah Mountain, gives notice that the Town Council will hold a Public Hearing on November 10, 1998 at 7:00 P.M. at the Eagle Mountain Town Office located at the Eagle Mountain Fire Station, 1680 East Heritage Drive (just off of Eagle Mountain Blvd), Eagle Mountain, Utah. of this The purpose meeting is to receive com ments concerning and take action on Impact Fees for Sewer, Culinary Water, Electricity, Natural Gas and Storm Drainage, Roads, Facilities owned and to be constructed by the town. The Town Counci1 will also con- -' sider and may adopt technical corrections to the Capital Mayor in New Utah Oct. 14, 21 and 28, 1998. Published agenda Chairman Published in New Utah! Oct. 28, 1998. Facilities Plans for Facilities. The public is invited to attend the hearing. Copies 'of the Proposed Impact Town Clerk Published in the Lehi Free Press on October 21, 28 and November 4, 1998. adopt October, 1998. Evelyn W.Yates City Recorder inspection during regular office hours. This Ordinance shall take effect immediately after Published in New Utah! Oct. 28, 1998. the area is 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 the City Council and subsequent publication as provided by law. Dated this 23rd day of October, 1998. take effect immediately after passage and adoption by Published in New Utah! Oct. 28, 1998. to discuss General Land Use designation. Published in New Utah! Oct. 28, 1998. Plan . (Applications and text may be reviewed at the Planning Department, 99 W. Main Street, Suite 100, during normal working hours from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.) NOTICE is hereby given that a Public Hearing before the Lehi City Planning Commission will be held Thursday, Nov. 12, 1998 ,at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers, Municipal Building, 153 N. 100 East, Lehi, Utah, for the purpose of receiving comment on the agenda property located at approximately 500 E. Main Street in an existing Mixed Use zoning district. Checker Auto - Request for Conditional Use Approval to place a 24 foot pole sign at the proposed Checker Auto site at approximately 500 E. Main in an existing Mixed Use zoning district. and Recommendation of zoning for AMTRA Annexation located at approximately for Taylor Annexation, 1 1 .71 acres located at approximately 11695 N. Frontage which contains Road, approximately 5.14 acres to following items: Bonnie Moore Request Conditional Use approval to operate All About Furniture, a furniture and antique sales store located at 1 69 W. Main Street in an existing Mixed Use Zone. Checker Auto Request for Preliminary Site Plan and Conditional Use Approval for Checker Auto with a recom- -Stone American Request for Review and Recommendation of zoning for American Stone Annexation at located 1 200 W. 21 00 approximately which contains North, 10.538 acres proposed as a Commercial zoning district. Wilbum West - Request for Review and Recommendation of zoning for West Annexation located at approximately 10800 N. W. Frontage Road, which contains approximately 50 acres to a Commercial zon- mendation on buffering and parking requirements on ing district. Amtra Inc. - Request for Published in New Utah! Oct. 28, 1998. Review 2900 N. 300 West, Girl Girl Boy Boy Girl Girl Jeffrey Curtis and Cynthia Johnson of American Fork. Stacy and Andrea Ahlstrom Clark of Pleasant Grove. to Kevin and Brenda Jackson Owens of Pleasant Grove. to Chad and Melissa McCarrel Peterson of Eagle Mountain. to Bradley and Kimberlee Watts Slater of Lehi. to Stanley and Pamela Jensen Thompson of Highland. to to August 26 Evelyn W.Yates City Recorder 29, 1998, at 5:30 p.m. in the Lehi City Council Chambers located at 153 N. 100 East, August 21 Boy to Jeffrey and Sarah Weber Blair of American Fork. Girl to Russell and Synthia Beagley Henriksen of Lindon. Boy to William and April Bakonyi Johnson of American Fork. Girl to Jared and Jann Adams Webb of Lehi. August 22 Girl to Carl and Karena McQuivey Bechtold of Pleasant Grove. August 24 Boy to Troy and Janique Levin Allridge of Lehi. Girl to Robert and Eugenia Leiva Brown of Lindon. Girl to Gregory and Dawn Patterson Peterson of Lehi. Girl to Todd and Darcia Lyon Smith of Pleasant Grove. August 25 okays Nuttall annexation Lehi lists Planning Commission J.H.Hadfield P.M. Council Notice is hereby given that there will be a Lehi City Planning Commission Work Session held Thursday, Oct. report. 9. Other business. 10. Review and action on the minutes of the October 21, 1998, meeting. 11. Adjournment. Dated this 27th day of October, 1998. Janet Valentine 1998 did No. passage and adoption by .the City Council and subsequent publication as provided by law. Dated this 23rd day of planners set work session on land use Lehi Subdivision located at 685 North 540 West. 7. Report on the parks and open space element of the General Plan. 8.Site Plan Committee Mountain Fire Station, 1680 East Heritage Drive, Eagle Mountain, Utah, Monday -Friday, 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 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 14, mately 21 00 N. Center in the unincorporated area of Utah County. Zoning assigned to B be available for review at the Town Office located at the Eagle its July Meeting Notice is hereby given that the Lehi City Council at its July 28, 1998 Council did Meeting adopt Ordinance No. which approved the annexation of the Jeffery Nuttall Property located at approxi- Ted Barratt will assigned to the area is Lehi City Dated: Oct. 13, 1998 Fees Notice is hereby given that the Lehi City Council at 4H Ordinance which approved the annexation of the Woodside Homes Property located at approximately 9850 N. 9600 West in the unincorporated area of Utah County. Zoning required to have payment and performance bonds underwritten by a Surety Company approved by the U.S. Department of the Treasury. (Circular 570, latest edition) Eagle Mountain plans public hearing The approves Woodside annexation Lehi of the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be obtained at the office of Horrocks Engineers, located at P.O. Box 377, One West Main Street, American Fork, Utah 84003, upon payment of $35.00 for each set, none of which will be refunded". All BIDDERS are Copies Am. Fork Planning Commission Hello World LEHI iiiiiaiiUMn which contains approximately 11. 33 acres to an R-- 1 8 zoning district. Sue Taylor Review Request for and Recommendation of zoning Commercial and Planned Community zoning districts. Lehi City Request for review and recommendation of a proposed amendment to Lehi the City Development Code Figure 7 Preliminary Subdivision Plat Approval, eliminating public hearings as a requirement in the review process. - to Ross and Cheryl Kirkwood Ipson of American Fork. to Paul and Alice Warner Johnson of Lindon. to Ryan and Michelle Goalen Regis of Pleasant Grove. to Vincent and Jennifer Griffin Royster of American Fork. August 27 Boy to Brent and JoLene Bom an Bunnell of Lindon. Girl to David and Kristine Thayne Hatch of Alpine. Boy to Michael and Leann Collins Jackson of Alpine. August 28 Boy to Ranee and Leslie Thomsen Burker of Lehi. Boy to Brad and Sharell Holmstead Miller of Lehi. Boy to Perry and Shellie Woolstenhulme Shore of Pleasant Grove. August 29 Girl to Eric and April Federoff Brugger of American Fork. Boy to Clinton and Rebecca Johnson Winn of American Fork. Girl to Bryon and Jenny Quintana Radmall of Lehi. August 31 Boy to Thomas and Angela Bunker Rasmussen Bunker of Am. Fork. Girl to Douglas and Kimberly Crossman Schroeppel of Pl.Grove. Girl Girl Girl Boy September 1 Boy to Ryan and Jennifer Nopah Hosteen of American Fork. Boy to David and Leslie Christensen Stone of American Fork. Boy to Jennifer Hargett Jones of American Fork. September 2 Girl Girl Diana Jensen Bromley of American Fork. and Suzanne Crockett Kemp of Eagle Mountain. Boy to Matthew and Bridget Hunt Smith of American Fork. Boy to Erich and Misty Schreiber Woltjen of American Fork. to William and to Christopher September 3 September 5 Chester and Julie Hunter Ferry of Pleasant Grove. September 4 Girl to Bryan and Catrina Ottesen Killpack of Highland. Boy to Alan and Angela Warnick Zimmerman of Lehi. Girl to Girl to Glen and Tish Erickson Brooks of Lehi. Girl to Eric and Jenny McGregor Franson of Highland. Girl to Bradley and Erin Findlay Walker of Lehi. Eagle Mountain adopts notice of intention to form Special Improvement District No. 98 - 3 PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 1st day of October, 1998, the Town Council of Eagle Utah County, Mountain, Utah (the "Town"), adopted a resolution declaring its intention to create a special improvement district to be known as Eagle Mountain, Utah Special Improvement District No. 98-- 3 (Sweet Water RoadStorm Drainage Phase I). It is the intention of the Town council to make the described improvements herein within the District and to levy special assessments as provided in Title 17A, Chapter 3, Part 3, Utah Code Annotated 1953, as amended, on the real estate lying within the District for the benefit of which such assessments are to be expended in the making of such improvements. DESCRIPTION OF DISTRICT The boundaries of the proposed District shall coincide with the legal description set forth in Exhibit "A", all being located within the Town limits of Eagle Mountain, Utah. INTENDED IMPROVEMENTS The improvements (the "Improvements") consists of two separate projects known as the Sweet Water Road Project to be constructed to' benefit those properties Zone 1 described herein and the Storm Water within Project to be constructed to benefit those properties within Zone 2 described herein. Sweet Water Road Project The Sweet Water Road Project consists of a north and south area. The north area consists of: The construction of approximately 3,400 feet of Drainage street improved paved improvements with underground supporting utilities. The road will extend northerfrom the main traffic circle at the intersection of Eagle Mountain Boulevard and Sweetwater Roads to the north line of the property within the boundaries of the district in Section 12, Township 6 South, Range 2 West, SLB&M. A portion of ly the street (approximately 1,400 feet) will be constructed with a center median, including curbing, with a fifteen foot asphalt lane on each side of the median. The divided portion of the street will be that portion extending northerly from the Eagle Mountain Boulevard tralfic circle to the existing entrance to the Eagle Park subdivision. From the Eagle Park entrance to the north end of the street, the curbed median will stop and the roadway will transition to an asphalt street consisting of two lanes on the east side of the right of way. Those two lanes will be constructed to a point approximately 2,000 feet north of the Eagle Park subdivision entrance. At that point, the road will turn 90 degrees to the west and extend an additional 1,000 feet to the north entrance to Eagle Park subdivision. The construction of underinfrastructure. ground Approximately 2,700 feet of 24" sewer pipe will be installed by connecting to the existing sewer main north of the Eagle Mountain traffic circle and extending that sewer main north to the end of construction of Sweetwater Road. There will be approximately 3,400 of 12" water pipe installed under the entire length of Sweetwater Road. A 24" storm water drainage pipe will be installed along the easterly edge of Sweetwater Road. The storm water pipe will carry storm water which will be connected to and drain into the master storm water drainage system. Utility conduits for future utility extensions across the road will be installed approximately every 1,000 feet. The construction of improvements in the area known as "Town Center." These improvements include the completion of the main entrance road from Eagle Mountain Boulevard to the fire station, the traffic circle, the installation of all underground utilities Into the Town Center area, road related landscaping along Sweetwater Road, Town Center and the main traffic 3. circle. The south area consists of: The construction of approximately 12,000 feet of improved - paved street improvements. The road will extend southerly from the main traffic circle at the of intersection Eagle Mountain Boulevard and Sweetwater Roads to the south line of Section 24, Township 6 South, Range 2 West, SLB&M. A portion of the street (approximately 1,400 feet) will be constructed with a center median, including curbing, with a fifteen foot asphalt lane, on each side of the median. The divided portion of the street will be that portion extending southerly from the Eagle Mountain Boulevard traffic circle to a road known as Harvest Way which is the westerly entrance to the Point subdivision. From the Harvest Way entrance to the south line of Eagle Section 24, the curbed mediwill stop and the roadway will transition to an asphalt street consisting of two lanes on the east side of the right of way. Those two an lanes be constructed continuing past the existing wastewater treatment plant and provide access to the will future airport industrial park. of The construction approximately 2,900 feet of 24" sewer pipe and approximately 2,900 feet of 12" water main will be installed to the south end of the project and utility conduits for future utility extensions across the road will be installed approximately every 1,000 feet. Storm Water Drainage Project Storm Water The Drainage Project consists of the first phase of a master storm water drainage system to collect and transport surface storm water away from individual develop- ments and deliver that excess run off to the ultimate storage and absorption location. This project does not storm include the on-siwater facilities required to be installed and provided by the subdevelopers. The local collection system is designed to service the individual parcels by a series of local collectors and regional ponds, and an integrated system of underground pipes. The collected water will be moved through the system of pipes from the north end of the project area to the ultimate storage and absorption area at the south end of the project area near the future airport and the area known as the "sinks". The pipes are sized in accordance to the capacities required and range from 18" to 54" in diameter. There wit be approximately 27,000 feet of pipe in the system. There are two large regional collection and retention ponds, the first comprising 7.93 acres and the second comprising 13.09 acres. Zone 1 includes the in described properties Exhibit "A-- r and Zone 2 includes the properties described in Exhibit All properties within Zone 1 will be assessed for the Sweet Water Road Project. All properties within Zone 2 will be assessed for the Storm Water Drainage Project. ESTIMATED COST OF IMPROVEMENTS total of The cost Improvements in the District as : estimated the by Engineer is $5,121,000, of which the Town will pay $0, leaving a remainder of $5,121,000 which shall be paid by a special assessment to be levied against the which property may be affected or specifically bene-- . fitted by such Improvements. The Town Council has determined that those parcels within the boundaries of the proposed District, the owners of which have a present intent to develop said parcels, will be benefitted by the proposed Improvements. The property owners' portion of the total estimated cost of the Improvements may be financed during the construction period by the use of interim warrants, in which case the interest on said warrants will be assessed to the property owners. In lieu of utilizing a guaranty fund, the Town intends to create a special reserve fund to secure payment of the special assessment bonds (the "Bonds") the Town anticipates issuing to finance the Improvements. proposed The reserve fund will be initially funded with proceeds of the Bonds inan amount equal to approximately $512,000. The Town anticipates applying moneys remaining in the reserve fund to the final payment on the Bonds which, in turn, would offset the final assessment payments to be made by the owners of property benefitted by such Improvements, all of which be further described in the assessment ordinance to be adopted by the Town. In addition, the estimated costs of assessment include estimated overhead costs which the Town projects to incur in the creation and administration of the District. The estimated cost to be assessed against the properties within the District and the method of assessment shall be as follows:- will Improvements Estimated Assessment Method of Assessment Sweet Water Road Project per Storm $4,900 acre Water Drainage $1,300 Project per acre LEVY OF ASSESSMENTS It is the intention of the Town Council to levy assessments as provided by the laws of Utah on all parcels and lots of real property to be benefitted by the proposed Improvements within the District. The purof the assessment and pose levy is to pay those costs of the Improvements which the Town will not assume and pay. The method of assessment shall be based on a per acre basis, as set forth herein. The assessments Improvement which has been deleted from the District and (ii) prot ests which have been withdrawn in writing prior to the c onclusion of the hearing. Th e necessary number of prote sts shall mean protests repof the resenting one-ha- lf to be total acreage assessed. may be paid by property owners in not more than ten (10) annual installments with interest on the unpaid balance at a rate or rates fixed by the Town Council, or the whole or any part of the assessment may be paid without interest within fifteen (1 5) days after the ordinance the assessment levying The becomes effective. assessments shall be levied according to the benefits to be derived by each property within the District. Other payment and provisions enforcement remedies shall be in accordance with Title 17A, Chapter 3, Part 3, Utah Code Annotated 1953, as amended. A map of the proposed District, copies of plans, profiles and specifications of the proposed Improvements and other related information are on file in the office of the Engineer who will make such information available to all interested persons. TIME FOR PROTESTS BY ORDER OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF EAGLE MOUNTAIN, UTAH Isl Janet Valentine Town Clerk EXHIBIT "A" BOUNDARY OF THE DISTRICT The proposed District will include the following described property: EXHIBIT " , Sweet Water Road Special Improvement District at the SW Beginning Corner of Section 13, T6S R2W, SLB&M; thence S 33 deg. 52'05" E along the section lien 1322.83 feet; thence N 00 deg.24'41" E 5426.16 feet to the beginning of a FILING curve concave Any person who is the owner of record of property to be assessed in the District described in this Notice of Intention shall have the right to file in writing a protest against the creation of the District or to make any other objections relating thereto. Protests shall describe or otherwise identify the property owned of record by the person or persons making the protest and shall indicate the total acreage represented by said protest. Protests shall be filed with the Town Clerk of Eagle Mountain, Utah, on or before 5:00 p.m. on the 9th day of November, 1998. Thereafter at 7:00 p.m. on the 10th day of November, 1998, the Town Council will meet in public meeting at the offices of the Town Council at 4114 North 1680 East, Eagle Mountain, Utah to consider all protests so filed and hear all objections relating to the proposed District. After such consideration and determination, the Town Council shall adopt a resolution either abandoning the District or creating the District either as described in this Notice of Intention or with deletions and changes made as authorized by law; to the Southwest having a radius of 1385.00 to which point a radial line bears N 05 deg. 05'20" E; thence Southeasterly along said curve 440.08 feet through a central angle of 18 deg. 12'20" (chord bearing and distance of said curve being 575 deg. 48'30" E 438.23 feet) to the beginning of a reverse curve concave to the Northwest having a radius of thence 325.00 feet; Northeasterly 521.34 feet along said curve through a central angle of 91 deg. 54'31" (chord bearing and distance of said curve being 67 deg. 20'25" E 467.21 feet); thence N 21 deg. 23'09" E 110.77 feet to the beginning of a reverse curve concave to the Southeast having a radius of 62.09 feet; thence Northeasterly 52.27 feet along said curve through a central angle of 48 deg. 14'12 (chord bearing and distance of said curve N 47 deg. 401 8" E 50.74 feet) to the beginning of a reverse N curve to the Northwest having a radius of 78.61 thence feet; but the Town Council shall abandon the District and not create the same if the necessary number of protests as provided herein have been filed on or before the time specified in this Notice of Intention for the filing of protests after eliminating from such filed protests: (I) protests relating to property or relating to a type of concave - Northwesterly 127.15 feet along said curve through a central angle of 92 deg. 40'42" (chord bearing and distance of said curve N 31 deg. 19'14"E 113.74 feet) to the beginning of a reverse curve concave to the Northeast having a radius of 52.44 thence feet; Northeasterly 32.50 feet along said curve through a central angle of 35 deg. 30'26" (chord bearing and distance of said curve S 03 deg. 46 00" W 31.98 feet); thence N 21 deg. 3V13" E 235.47 feet to the beginning . of anon- tangent curve concave to the Northeast having a radius of 9950.00 to which point a radial line bears S 21 deg. 03'07" W; thence Northwesterly along said curve 1212.64 feet along the Northerly boundary of Eagle Mountain Boulevard easement through a central angle of 06 deg. 68'58" (chord bearing and distance of said curve being N 65 deg.27'24" W1211.89feet;thenceN00 deg. 57'41" W 775.66 feet; thence N 89 deg. 5T53" E 1892.67 feet along the southerly boundary of Eagle Park Subdivision; thence N 00 deg. 0113" E 1953.85 feet along the Easterly boundary of the Sweetwater Road easement; thence N 88 deg. 44'07" E 2173.40 feet; thence S 00 deg.26'53" W 1334.51 feet along the Easterly boundary of the SE 14 of the NE 14 of Section 12, T6S, R2W, SLB&M; thence S 00 deg. 26'53" W 1305.69 feet along the Easterly boundary of the NE 14 of the SE 14 of said Section 12; thence N 86 deg. 56'27" W 149.31 feet; thence N 81 deg. 03'55" W 1260.09 feet along the Northerly ing at boundary of land- Eagle Mountain Subdivision; thence S 08 deg. 56'01"W 1271.37 feet along the Westerly boundary of Eagle Point Plat A, to the beginning of a curve concave to the Northeast having a radius of 10099.21 to which point a radial line bears 512 deg. 53'45" thence W; Northwesterly along said curve 1221.79 feet along said boundary through a central angle of 06 deg. 55'54" (chord bearing and distance of said curve being S 80 deg. 3411" E 1221.04 feet); thence S 00 deg. 00'OTW 1833.32 feet along the Westerly boundary of Eagle Point Plat A; thence N 89 deg. 31 '58" W 1310.03 feet along the Northerly boundary of Eagle Point Plat B; thence S 01 deg. 14'44" W 32.66 feet along said boundary; thence N 00 deg. 46'19" E 26.53 feet along said boundary; thence N 89 deg. 51 '05" W 780.13 feet along said boundary; thence S 00 deg. 27 05" W 877.71. feet to the Northerly boundary of the Cedar View Land Trust Holding Property; thence S 00 deg. 27 05" W 5251.19 feet along the Westerly boundary of said property; thence N 88 deg. 5938" W 566.52 feet along the Northerly boundary of Mountain the Eagle Wastewater Treatment Plant property; thence South 252.61 feet along said boundary; thence N 88 deg. 59'38"W 2122.44 feet along said boundary to the of Westerly boundary Section 24, T6S, R2W, SLB&M; thence N 00 deg. 45'25'E 2813.72 feet along said section line to the point of beginning. Containing 641.91 acres. Excluding the following land: Fire station, 66 acres; gas site, .91 acres; Sweet Water Road, 27.07 acres; Regional Pond, 1.7.93 acres. Total excluded 36.57 acres. Total land acreage 605.34 acres. . EXHIBIT " Drain Storm Special Improvement District Beginning at the SW Comer of Section 14, T6S, R2W, SLB&M; thence N 00 deg. 23'02" E along the section line 2662.09 feet to the West 14 of said section; thence N 00 deg. 22'28" E along said section line 2688.06 feet to the NW corner of said section; thence S 89 deg. 25'16" E 2669.93 feet to the North 14 corner of said Section 14; thence S 29 deg. 33'15" E 1334.31 feet to the SW Comer of the SE14 of the SE 14 of Section 11, T6S, R2W, SLB&M; thence N 01 deg. 0550" W 2414.29 feet along the Westerly boundary of the East ft of the SE 14 of said Section 11 to the NW Comer of the NE 14 of the SE 14 of said section; thence N 01 deg. 11 '06" E 308.55 feet along the westerly boundary oftheSE 14 of the N 14 of said Section 1 1 ; thence N 86 deg. 14 51' W 1329.14 feet; thence N 36 deg. 57'38" E 2271.26 feet; thence S 01 deg. 1 1 08" W 750.93 feet along the Westerly boundary of the NE 14 of the NE 14 of said Section 11 totheSW comer of said NE 14 of the NE 14; thence S 88 deg. 05'17"E 1315.24 feet along the Southerly boundary of said NE 14 of the NE 14 to the East boundary of said Section 11; thence N 88 deg. 46'09" E 2736.08 feet along the Southerly boundary of the North 14 of the NW 14 of Section 12, T6S.R2W, SLB&M; thence N 88 deg. 44'07" E 2672.42 feet along the Southerly boundary of the North ft of the NE 14 of said Section 12; thence S 89 deg. 35'20" E 2657.25 feet along the Southerly boundary of the North ft of the NW 14 of Section 7.T6S, R1W, SLB&M to the Westerly boundary of the Kern River Easement recorded in Book 595, Page 2815 of the official records; thence S 03 deg. 12'41"W 1333.40 feet along said westerly boundary to the north boundary of the NE 14 of the SW 14 of said Section 7; thence N 89 deg. 38'50"W 1259.20 feet along said north boundary; thence S 00 deg. 21'01"W 1331 .39 feet along the westerly boundary of the NE 14 14 of the SW of said Section 7; thence S 89 deg. 44'07" E 1192.76 feet along the Southerly Boundary of said NE 14 of the SW14to the Westerly boundary of the Kern River Easement recorded in Book 595, Page 2915 of the official records; thence S 03 deg. 12'41'W 3990.67 feet along the Westerly boundary of said easement to the Northerly boundary of the Cedar View Land Holding Trust Property recorded in Book 3642, Page 467 of the official records; thence N 89 deg. 13'44"W 4986.00 feet along said Northerly boundary; thence S 00 deg. 27'05" W 5251.19 feet along the Westerly boundary of said property; thence N 88 deg. 59'38" W 566.52 feet along the Northerly boundary of Mountain the Eagle Wastewater Treatment Plant South property; thence 252.61 feet continuing along said boundary; thence N 88 deg. 59'38" W 654.63 feet along said boundary; thence South 1051.63 feet along said boundary; thence West 1475.74 feet along said boundary to the Westerly boundary of Section 24, T6S, R2W, SLB&M; thence N 00 deg.26 02" E 1217.45 feet along said section line to the West 14 corner of said section; thence N 00 deg. 46'23" E 1336.85 feet along the section line to the SE comer of the North ft of the NE 14 of Section 23; thence N 85 deg. 56'54" W 2672.51 feet along the South boundary of the North ft of the NE 14 of said section to the 14 section line of said section; thence N 00 deg. 21 '49" E 1333.67 feet along said 14 section line to the North 14 comer of said Section 23; thence N 89 deg. 59'14"W 2666.15 feet along the section line to the of point beginning. Containing 2398.51 acres. Excluding the following land: Fire Station, .66 acres; Woods Subdivision, 20.02 acres; Gas Site, .91 acres; Eagle Mountain Boulevard, 22.53 acres; Sweet Water Road, 27.07 acres; Regional 1.7.93 acres; Pond, Touchstone Multifamily, 32.15 acres; State Lands, 47.00 acres; Overland Trails, 11.54 acres; Wayne Patterson's land, 108.24 acres; Eagle Park, 5.75 acres; Lotus Development, 20.00 acres. Total excluded land, 303.90 acres. Total acreage, 2094.71 acres. Published in New Utah Oct. 7, 14, 21 and 28, 1998.