|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
|Rights||In Copyright (InC)|
|Rights Holder||Alice Smith, Milford, Utah|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
Beaver County Monitor _ JOLY 19, 1996 dnd Ann Ae to bpeneet ! The Muscular Dystrophy Association Sat. July 20, 1996 at the Minersville Lake Park Justin Barnes slides across home plate. id dele State - 9-10 All Stars Wind Up Season— ee ce Races Horseshoe Tournament _ Next game, Josh Pomerinke pitched for a 6-5 win against | Cedar American. Tyler McMullin hit a double. Milford then : downed Enoch 9-0, with Kyle Phelps, Travis Nelson and Spencer : Gledhill pitching. Cedar National upset se winning streak ‘ to-end the season. Se ae | Parowan. -The game ended: Parowan 7 - Milford 6. ATV Mud Bog Races Anything that Floats | Dance the night away to the music of KATHY & THE BARNBURNERS, RENEGADE, INFERNO & MORE! Letters to the Kditor For more or prengaistelion info Call: Jet Ski-Russell 438-5421 Volleyball-David & “Dear Editor: Marcia will do this thankless job to the best of your ability and I want to thank ” you for having the commitment to better our community. I think that this would also be a good time to thank all the people further stated that the ordinance is to was noted that Aaron Jones had agreed _ be reviewed during the regular budget -.. to.manage the golf course, effective process for the 1997-1998 budget to July 1, 1996, The contract document this .will detail the relationship between |-, who have -accepted positions on the many boards in this City and. County "such ts as the library,the planning and zoning, the fire and hospital-boards, determine the future status of revenue source. The motion was: Mr. Jones and the City of Milford. ‘* solid waste. These Boards are what ee us minine and they are all done Oh volunteer work. Council voted 4-0 in support of the. | Attorney presented a draft agreement’ seconded motion. Motion Passed. ft s ape ave a seine telephone ‘ Note: Letters to ines i number for varification, ae viewpoints. sill be published, and do : (nae necessarily reflect the editorial policy of the Monitor. Livingston with the Church, of.. Jesus “Milford City Council » a Meeting Minutes July 2, 1996 : |.Mayor Wiseman called the meeting Councilman | to CHE DREN. | Dotson, mentioned, his concen. that : provi ns bemade for semior citiz UG ORY ee Councilman Smith. « 17. by Christ of Latter-day Saints, regarding— the donation of the existing chapel to the city. In response to a letter from the City Attorney, Mr. Livingston had to, order at approximately 7:00 ‘p.m. - indicated that the Church. would be : Those in attendance = were: willing to reimburse the $20,000 VY id SED. i ea LNG x Airport the Council Contract-the and suggested City that However, the City Attorney Canyon Breeze Golf Course. After a flip of the coin, Jones took home the trophy. His 119 net score reflected a 12 handicap. Jones, who has been golfing for eight years, has signed on as caretaker at the Milford course for the summer. He said highlight of the week is Wednesday night scrambles. STE Beaver County Monitor Alice Smith: Editor/Publisher Ad Deadline 3:00 P.M. Tuesday Subscriptions $35. Per year or % off with coupon Phone: 801-387-2676 « Fax: 801-387-5521 450 N. 100 E. Mark” Dotson, limits on roads; 4. Post 3.5 M-P.H. speed session at 8:55 p.m. 24. Meeting Adjourned at 8:55 p.m. Minutes approved July 16, 1996. intersection. A letter from the Office of the Court Administrator re: ADA compliance was reviewed. The Court has offered to pay Unapproved Minutes 1/20f the cost up to a maximum of, $6,925.00. A proposal from Gillies 23. Council reconvened in’ ‘regular ERS EEE TEA Beaver County Commission aJuly 1, 1996 The Board of County Commissioners met on July 1, 1996 at _10:00' am. for its, regularly scheduled “Meeting. “Those ptesent were Gary E. : August Councilman 6th. Sower 3° Tom McGinn expressed his concerns regarding needed correction indicated that the companies who. moved: that the City make the would be subject to this tax, have| ; necessary repairs to the fuel pump at established procedures for such issues|"the airport, at cost not to exceed and the City can not affect ‘those| $1, 000. plus labor. Councilman procedures. Councilman Sower© | Dotson seconded the motion. Council indicated that the existing budget| | voted 4-0. Motion Passed. reductions should remain unchanged, | 18. Treasurer's Report-Council since it appeared that the sale of the| | reviewed the final report for the 1995- to: recent curb and gutter work adj acent i, his home. The present condition of the gutter is inadequate to provide for the necessary drainage. Councilman Dotson indicated that it was a city street and the City is responsible for tlic repair. B.J. Moore indicated that tlie repair could be included in the present project as a field order change. Councilman Dotson made a motion that the repair be made as a field change order to the current paving work. Councilman Smith seconded the motion. The Council voted 4-0 in support of the motion. Motion Passed. 4. Mitchell Baxter mentioned the reversion requirement must be a part language. the City's image problems, being nights, etc. were discussed. The matter of any final agreement with the 11. Fourth of July Parade-the Council created by the Milford Monitor and its should be reviewed by the Planning Commission. _ Church. Councilman Sower expressed discussed the plans for the parade and style of reportmg. Councilman Dotson _ Mark Dotson met with the concern over the reversionary clause Councilman Dotson agreed to drive | agreed in principle with everything Board to discuss the lease agreement on and the difficultly it represents. the City float. mentioned by Councilman Sower. Councilmen Sower felt that it would 12,, Councilman Smith mured to pay _ The Mayor mentioned the concern the the county gravel crusher. Mr. Dotson. Mr. Dotson stated that he is not interested be difficult to justify the investment of the bills and payroll: Motion seconded © community has for the Building in renewing the lease, but would be city funds. in property to which clear by Councilman Sower. Council voted _ Imspector,-, Craig Davis, and his interested in purchasing the unit for the title was. unavailable... 4-0. Motion passed. Councilman Sower suggested that a city committee could be formed to investigate the use of the existing 13. Ray Whiting, Street Fo oreman, presented his project report, “Paving was nearly complete however, several. : » | Negative impact upon development. It Hearing of June 18, June 20 and’ Franchise Tax Public Hearing of June 25, 1996 be approved as read. Motion was seconded by Junior Davis. Council voted 4-0. Motion Passed. 6. City Manager Hill reported on his conversation with Mr. Blaine appraised value. It was moved by Conun. was suggested that Mr. Davis be Johnson, seconded by Comm. Marshall ‘ invited to the next Council Meeting, ‘and unanimously approved to lease the along with Mr. Herberto Romero to crusher on a month-to-month basis and LDS meeting house as a. city building. damage items still remained | to be ‘discuss the inspection « problems find out what needs to be done to sell the ' k The: City ‘Manager was asked. to addressed by the contractor. The work . associated. with _ Mr. _ Romero's unit. Mr. Dotson discussed the draft determine the water and sewer on the new lift station was delayed Testaurant development, agreement for the road to the Centurion connection costs at the new LDS awaiting _ parts. Concem was. - Councilman Davis mentioned that Mr. Mines operation. The agreement was building and if their inclusion in the expressed by the Council regarding the McDermott has agreed to take the. reviewed. It was moved by Comm. water/sewer project was still possible. paving of 3rd West, first block south building imspection training course. Johnson, seconded by Comm. Marshall to 7... Railroad Crossmg Agreement- of Center. Mr. Whiting indicated that Mr. McDermott's costs, including a approve the agreement. All members of following the City Attorney's review of the street will be chip sealed, curb to. complete set of building codes, will be the Board voted in favor of the motion. BJ. Moore, from Circle Four Farms, the agreement, Mayor Wiseman asked curb. Similar concerns were presented to the City. met with the Board to discuss maintenance the Council if they were ready to act expressed regarding the pavingof | Ist _ The... Mayor’. recommended _ the of the county roads. The main roads on this agreement. Councilman Smith , West, between 400 & 450. _ appointment of Carla Fowles to serve moved: that the railroad crossing 14. BJ. Moore, City Engineer, -on the Library Board. Councilman involved are the Thermo and Leiho Roads. _ Circle Four Farms would agree to‘provide Sower moved the appointment of Ms. the dust suppressant if the county would agreement be adopted and. approved in presented his project report. .Mr. its present form. Councilman Dotson Moore reported on the condition of _drainage problems in front of his seconded the motion. Council voted 3- Mr. Baxter's curb and gutter... He home. BJ. Moore .went with Mr. 0-1. Motion passed. Councilman indicated that the necessary repair Baxter to review the problem. .. Sower declared a potential conflict of would cost the City approximately. 5: Councilman Dotson moved that the interest, due to — his employer’ s $6,000, Council took no action on this ' minutes from the June 18, Franchise involvement in this agreement, and issue. Mr. Moore reported that the Hearing of June 18, Budget Public removed himself from the vote. golf association met and supports the 8. The City Attorney was asked if he was ready to discuss impact fees, Mr. Kanell indicated that he was awaiting some information from the Utah League of Cities and Towns. He indicated that following his review of that material he would discuss the « Fowles to the Library. Board. Councilman Smith seconded ‘the ‘motion. Council voted 4-0. Motion : Passed. : 21. Caouncilman Dotson moved to go « into executive session for the purpose of discussion of the character, proposed design of the course and professional competence, or physical subdivision layout. or mental health of an individual. Cuncilman Sower cautioned that. Councilman Smith seconded the Mr. Moore needed to reflect the intent motion. Roll call vote: Councilman of the general plan for the subject area. Davis, yea; Councilman Dotson, 15. | County Fair Advertisement yea,Councilman yea; Smith, Request-the advertisement cost of limit signs on all gravel roads in the residential and agricultural areas on the Milford flat, 5. Fix, the road Stransky Brems Smith to do a study was. reviewed. The cost would be $1,800.00. It was moved by Comm. Marshall, seconded by Comm. Johnson and unanimously approved-to proceed with the project. & ~ Member, Ross Marshall, Member, Doug moved by Comm. Marshall, seconded by Comm. Johnson and | Carriger, Planner, and Paul B. Barton, "approved to adopt the schedule. Clerk. Scott Goodwin, from Jones & DeMille Minutes of the June 3, 1996 mecting.were read. It was moved by Engineering, met with the Board to present the final transportation plan for the Board's Comm. Johnson, seconded Comm. review. Also present were B.J. ate Marshall and unanimously passed to Rob Adams, Les Prall approve the minutes. and Alice Smith. The plan was reviewed It was moved by Comm. and discussed. It was moved by Comm, Marshall, seconded by Comm. Johnson Johnson, seconded by Comm. Marshall and unanimously approved to try a slurry Junior from the lack of compliance to the one-way status of the road. The Council was in agreement that additional enforcement was necessary. The City Manager was asked to contact the Sheriff and request increased enforcement along the oneway section of 300 North. e 0. Box 224 Motion passed.22.Council went into executive session at 8:45 p.m. _ AT. & T. building may not occur. No| 1996 fiscalyear. In response to seal test program on the courthouse contributed by the City, should the— action was taken on the _ adopted questions from the Council, the City - parking lot north of the building. ‘Davis, Russell Smith,,Lanry Sower, . City find problems with the transaction : _ budget. A public hearing was opened at “Manager indicated that a new report ' City Manager/Recorder Glenn E. Hill, and wish to cancel the agreement. Mr. 9. The Council asked, that 10: 15 am. to discuss the transfer of Lot 5, the City _ will be, created. and presented for “Block 25, Plat "B", Milford Town Survey : Treasurer Kathy Bedingfield, BJ Livingston sent a copy of the executive _ Manager look;into, tax reb: ate programs 4 Council review each month. Milford City. Those present were Mary ' Moore, City Engineer, Ray Whiting. summary, from the, asbestos» study. - that may be in use in City toWiseman, _Appointment of other Utah 419. Glen Hill and B.J. Moore. No . Street Foreman, Leo Kanell, City The report imdicated that asbestos communities and report back to the s ‘Managet/Recorder- Mayor Wiseman one opposed the transfer of the property. It _ Attorney, Mitchell Baxter, Gilbert containing materials were present in Council. “recommended the appointment of was moved by Comm. Johnson, seconded . McCulley, Rhoda Browner, David the spray-on ceilings in the chapel and /10. Ironwood 2b Agreement-Ron “ Glenn E. Hill to the position of City by Comm. Marshall and unanimously ' Lake, Tom McGinn, Ron Wunderlich, all second level hallways. It also Wunderlich was present to acquire the « Manager/Recorder. Councilman approved to deed the property to Milford _ Tatia Bradshaw, Sherri Yardley, discusses the 3" pipe in the crawlspace City. City's required language for the final _ Sower moved the appointment of Mr. ' Norman L. Lamb, Ron Wunderlich that is insulated with an asbestos plat, so that the plat can Craig Davis, Nonn Ostler and to the position of City be recorded ~ Hill Mike Robinson met with the Board to : and Alice Smith, Milford Monitor. product. Mr. Livingston said that the and filed. The Council has Councilman already . Manager/Recorder. discuss the water needs at the Arrowhead ; Councilman Carter was absent. Church would be willing to abate the approved this final plat pending the _ Dotson seconded the motion. Council Subdivision on the Beaver mountain. Mr. ; 2. Rhoda Browner.complained about asbestos problem in the crawlspace, ‘inclusion of the required language, ' voted 4-0. Motion Passed. _ Ostler requested that they be allowed to ; _the one-way street near her home and during the construction of the new The City Manager provided Mr. - 20. Miscellaneous - Councilman haul water to the property. Questions her concern that accidents will result buildmg, over the next year... The Wunderlich . with the necessary | Sower discussed his concern regarding about publis health issues, laws re: water C8uncilmen, EEE action be tabled vntil-all parties had = “S A’proposed fee schedule for the revidWéd the dociment! The:conteact: ROS ultivan® Chairman; Chad W. Johnson;,..Fpa airgroyinds byjiding was discussed. Itwas See) who may have dif culty ‘paying et willbe féconsidered at the meeting of tax. aren Jones and Wayne Gillins tied for the Low Net title in Southern Utah Armature Tournament at Sale of the AT&T, which is expected to pump a considerable sum into golf course improvements, was tabled until the August 6 meeting. 386-2271 I would like to ee you on the last issue of your paper. ‘Tt Rodney &. LuAnn 386-2281 ba really nice to see such a positive paper. Horseshoes-Kevin & Meladean 386-2396 The United Employee's Club and the Lions Club did a terrific job Lyle & Cherisse 386-1503 --again this year providing us with Fourth of July activities. It takes a lot ATV Mud Bog-Neil & Marianna 386-2464 of Volunteer work -and commitment to put activities like this together. Robert & Elaine 386-2318 » Many hours go into the planning just to provide us with a few hours of | Anything Else-Neil & Marianna 386-2464 entertainment. Next time you (the citizens of Milford) bump into one of . thé members from these ee uieatione let them a how cls you fen the 4th. , I would . like can give a special thanks to our City Fathers, past , $50.00 wasnot consid due to issue with the Council. and present. Itisa thankless job that you have volunteered to do. It takes— 9. Franchise Tax Ordinance No. 5-96. budgetary cuts, ‘no funding © was time a way from your families, and jobs. Many times you will and have — - following a brief discussion of the available. had to make choices that were not popular. .You seldom sit through a public hearing held on June 25th a 16. Golf Course Contract-this ; meal without a phone call to complain. I listened to plenty of these calls motion was offered by Councilman’ document had’not yet been drafted by , when I was growing up. | know, No. ‘one ever calls fo say “job well Dotson to adopt this ordinance’ the City Attorney. This:item will be '. dane", I know that each of you, past present and future have done and effective August 1, 1996. The motion tabled to the meeting of August 6th. It Pi Y Coed Volleyball Tournament ak In the first game of tournament play on Wednesday, July : 12, the Milford team held the lead until the finali inning against Councilman Sower, yea. All in favor. prepare the road base. Mr. Moore will ptepare’cost estimates to be reviewed by the Board. | Les Prall, from the State Department of © Community Development, met with the Board to discuss Recycling Program. and unanimously ee to ole the study.. Bills on file were fee for payment. There being no further business, the meeting was adjoumed. These minutes will be presented for ‘approval at the next regularly scheduled meeting. Until such time they are considered unofficial. SUITABLE FAMILY HOME FOR SALE Frame bldg. w/alum. siding. 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Something happening with the Board to discuss maintenance of the county roads. The Board agrced to do © in your school or community? the following: 1. The County will try to Involved in an: interesting club buy the remaining material in the Briscoe projects? Send your news to Beaver pit; 2. Repairs to the Laho will be done County Monitor, P.O. Box 224, of the Board to participate in the program. during the current year; 3. Post weight Milford, Utah 84751.