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‘APRIL 7, 1995 PAGE 12 approved to transfer employer deferred compensation funds from 401K to 457 programs on July 1, 1995. Unapproved Minutes ~ Beaver County Stephen Winslow, from Commission ~ April 3, 1996 the U.S. Forest Service, met with the Board to discuss the improvements to the Kent’s Lake Road. Mr. Winslow requested that the County use a county grader, water truck and roller to help extend the length of the project. The Board of County Commissioners met on April 3, - 1995 at 10:00 a.m. for its regularly scheduled meeting. Those present were Gary E. Sullivan, chairman; Chad W. Johnson, member; Ross Marshall, member, The project will start about May 1, © 1995. and Paul B. Scott Hirschi, Louis Brown, and Chas T. Carmichael from School Trust Lands; Doug Carriger, Gene Wyman, Linda Carnger and Bonnie Wyman. Everyone present was in favor of the formation of the district. The district is being proposed for the purpose of constructing, repairing and maintaining water, sewage, drainage, flood control, transportation, recreation, strcet lightmg and. snow removal services. The hearing was closed at 10:10 am. There is a 15 day protest period before the final resolution can be approved. A recommendation to appoint a 3 member board with one of the — three being appointed by School Trust Lands. : Johnson will contact the Beaver road crew with Barton, clerk. Minutes of the March 6, 1995 meeting were read. It was moved by Commissioner Johnson, seconded by Commissioner Marshall and unanimously passed to approve the minutes. A public hearing on the establishment of Beaver County Special Service District #6 was opened for public comment at 10:00 am. Those present were Comm. - details on the ~The wilderness discussed. Comm. project. county position on designation was It was moved by Johnson, seconded by Comm. Marshall and unanimously approved to oppose the wilderness designation in the north Wah Wah ‘mountains because it does not meet wildemess criteria because of existing and mining activity in the area. Problems associated with noxious weed abatement were discussed. The matter was tabled. It was moved by Comm. Johnson, seconded by Comm. Marshall and unanimously approved to appoint Mike White to the Service Dist. #5 Board to represent Minersville Town. A: request to purchase county owned property west of Milford was discussed. A decision on the sale will be delayed to allow ihe: EP. <A. to do an environmental assessment on the property. A proposal to run a water line north of Beaver to the county road shed for the placement of fire hydrants. The cost to the county will be $2, 900.00. The county can to the annual school. It was moved by Comm. Johnson, seconded by from the March 6, 1995 meeting Comm. Marshall and unanimously ~ approved to fund two scholarships ‘including room and meal tickets for a total cost of $700.00. A delegation of citizens p.m. Those present were members .. concerned Mark D. Dotson, Russell Smith, James Mayer, Arlan Mayer, Harlan Thomas, Dean Thomas, Shauna Mayer, Allan Mayer, Jolyn Leko, Joe Leko, Keith James, _. Normand Thompson, Sherrie Thompson, Craig Davis, Robert _ Christiansen, Helen Christiansen, David Christiansen, John Carter, Russell Albrecht, Alice Smith, Max Limb and Neil Bradshaw. Comm. Sullivan made a statement to open the discussion. All ‘involved were given an ‘opportunity to speak. Some of the concems were: The operationis _ . too large for the area, underground “water monitoring and possible — -contamination, growth and infra- structure needs, odor problems, “etc. Comm. Sullivan suggested that an advisory committee be set up to study the problems and possible: solutions. The county ‘attorney recommended that 14 days notice be given for the public meeting. A public meeting was set for April 17, 1995 at 7:00 p.m. at the Minersville elementary school. The Board recommended that competing interest groups bring experts and documentation to give informative data to assist the Board in making proper decisions for the betterment of Beaver County. A public hearing for the zoning change application of Roger Cox and Randy Ruesch was opened for public comment at 2:35 p.m. Those present were members of the Board, the clerk, Craig pay the money or dig part of the trench in lieu of the money. The matter was referred to Comm. Marshall for negotiation. The lease on the count interested in attending. : ~ Delinquent taxes on the gravel crusher was discussed. The insurance coverage held by the lessee North American Resources .was closed for public comment at has been canceled and they are Johnson, several months in arrears on their lease payments to the County. It Marshall and unanimously passed unanimously approved to delete any taxes, penalties and interest because the building is owned by Milford City. Exemptions to the State Only one of the three exemptions are currently being used. It was moved by Comm. Johnson, seconded by Comm. Marshall and unanimously approved to designate — the chief deputy sheriff position as exempt. Also, a related retirement issue on exempt status from the State System and 401K and 457 deferred compensation programs were discussed. A request to change employer funds currently going to 401K to be paid into the 457 program. Comm. It was moved by Johnson, seconded by Comm. Marshall and unanimously was moved by Comm. Johnson, seconded by Comm. Marshall and unanimously approved to contact North American Resources and give notice that proof of insurance has to be provided and back lease payments be brought current within two weeks or the lease will be canceled. Mutual The U. A. C. Insurance letter re: insurance deductibles was read. © The deductible on automobile physical damage is being increased from $500 to $1,00 effective May 1, 1995. Also, the Insurance Mutual of the about the Circle Four The need to discuss common concems with mayors and school officials was discussed. A standard appointment will be set every quarter at 4:00 p.m. The clerk will send letters to those Milford Museum were discussed. It was moved by Comm. Johnson, seconded by Comm. Marshall and was opened for comment at 3:00 Farms hog operation being built in the Milford area. Those present were Davis, and Max Limb. No one appeared to application. The public hearing oppose the 2:40 p.m. It was moved by Comm. seconded by Comm. to approve the zone change from A-5 to CD and adopt Ordinance #95-03 for Roger Cox and #95 for Randy Ruesch. — z Craig Davis. meet with the Board to discuss appointments to the Planning Commission. It was moved by Comm. Marshall, seconded by Comm. Johnson and unanimously approved to appoint Ken Lofland. Mr. Davis discussed water, road, and fire problems being experienced by the residence handicap parking areas along the east side of the Courthouse. All ~ Board, the clerk, areas est of the 18" concrete retaining wall shall be for the — the attorney, Craig Davis and Larry Carter. No one appeared to oppose the zone change. The hearing was closed at 3:05 p.m. It was moved by Comm. Johnson, seconded by Comm. Marshall and unanimously approved to approve the zone change: and adopt Ordinance #95-01. Kerry Monroe, from Jones & DeMille Engineering, met with the Board to discuss the Minersville/Milford road. The project had been placed 2nd on the priority list for F. A. S. funding. It was the consensus of the Board to recommend Jones & DeMille Engineering to act as project engineer. Ron Lemmon, Carl Holmes, Rondo Farrer, and David White, representing the Beaver exclusive use of he County and shall be strictly off limits to School use during business hours. There shall be no student parking in the County parking areas and it shall be the School’s responsibility to policethe area. If the School fails ta so nolice the area. the County shall have the right to assess any costs it incurs for this purpose back against the School and the ‘School shall immediately remit the funds netessary to reimburse the County. Nothing in this agreement shall $125,987.00 performs east side of the property, the School agrees to: 1. Install and pay for curb and gutter along the north and south of the County’s property; 2. Install and pay for an 18” high concrete retaining wall 14' from the east property line ~~ Tunning north and south; 3. Install and pay for a sidewalk along the wast side of the Courthouse and along the southern boundary of the new parking area; 4. Repair and pay for the damaged asphalt during the construction of the addition to the School Vocational Building: 5. Lay and pay for asphalt covering all parking areas not now covered by asphalt; 6. Set up appropriate by Comm. ‘machine It was Johnson, Rob Adams, from Circle Four Farms, met with the Board to discuss the issues related to their operation that will be discussed at the public hearing scheduled for the exchange for the right to use the estimated 17 parking stalls on the the seconded by Comm. Marshall and unanimously approved to rent the machine. agreement for the best use of the. ground for parking. The ' improvements such as asphalt, sidewalks, curb & gutter, etc. In if satisfactorily. moved to the School District, but set up an include April 17, 1995. The Board responded to Mr. Adams’ questions. A request from the Utah. Association of Counties for funding for wildemess education was read. It was moved by Comm. Johnson, seconded Marshall - and by Comm. ‘unanimously approved to contribute $500.00. Aletter from the Division of Water Quality re: ground water - ‘Mapping was read. The Board would like the Division to attend a commission meeting to explain the program. The clerk will contact the Division to make an appointment. It was moved by Comm. Johnson, seconded by Comm. Marshall and unanimously approved to appoint - Normand Thompson as the Milford Justice Court Judge. Bills on file approved for payment. were . There being no further, the meeting was adjourned. that live in the mouth of the Beaver canyon. The Board is willing to set up a Special Improvement is encouraging the formation of a — District to assist the residents, but Loss Prevention Team. the residents need to do the Maude Fairbanks, from preliminary work required to being the University of Utah School on the project. Alcoholism and other Drug The public hearing on the Dependencies, met with the Board zoning change application of to request finding for scholarships Advanced Development continued of trac loader for the county road department. Estimated cost of a new machine is $159,587.00. The machine can obtained by a rental for six months at $5,600.00 with the balance due at the 7th month of District. Several options were discussed. The School District would like to purchase 14 ft. Of the east end of the county property. The Board did not feel inclined to sell the property. It was moved by Comm. Marshall, seconded by Comm. Johnson and unanimously approved to not sell any property shall change Lister met with the Board to County School District, met with agreement any discuss a proposal to purchase a the Board to propose a joint parking arrangement between— Beaver County and the School following: The County agrees to: 1. Remove the old Lee house, trees, etc. from the property, 2. Prepare the ground with an appropriate base for the other grant - ownership to any County owned property, either expressed or implied. The County Attorney willprepare a written agreement for the Boards review. Jay Anderson and Wade Nevada Cable rates in the Milford area will soon be increased at a rate of $.55 per month. Company representatives say the increase is to recapture the cost of doing business.