|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 OCTOBER 25, 1996 Notice of Public Hearing NOTICE is hereby given that the the time and places for casting votes in the General Milford City Council November 5, 1996 Notice is. hereby given that the Milford City Council will conduct a public hearing on 5, 1996 and will remain The polls will open at 7:00 a.m. on the moming of November * Beaver #2 - Beaver City Office - 60 West Center - Beaver, Ut 84713 Beaver #3 - School District Offices - 291 North Main - Beaver, UT 84713 Greenville - Greenville L.D.S. Church - Greenville, UT 84731 Minersville Town Library - 30 West Main - Minersville, UT 84752 proposed development will utilize lots 8 and 9 and the north five (5) feet of lot 10, block 12 in the Lewis Addition. The Planning and Zoning Commission has recommended that the north five American Legion Hall - 50 West main - Minersville, UT 84752 Milford City Library - 400 South 100 West - Milford, UT 84752 Milford High School Vocational Building - 62 North 300 West- Milford, UT 84751 12 be The Beaver County Clerk will hold a public demonstration on the procedures in voting the rezoned to RM-15. The hearing will begin at 6:45 p.m. to consider this rezoning request. This public hearing will be conducted at the City Building, located at 302 S. Main, Milford, Utah. /s/Glenn E. Hill, City Manager/ Recorder, City of Milford. Published in the Beaver County “PUNCH CARD BALLOT SYSTEM" to be used in the General Election. The demonstration will be held at 3:00 p.m. on November 1, 1996 in the Beaver County Courthouse - 105 East Center The following is a copy of the official ballot to be used during the General Election. All ballot fortnats are listed for public information. Punchcard Ballot No. Indicated for the desired party. ff you do not wish lo vote “STRAIGHT PARTY”, cast indiviual votes accortingly. al, REPUBLICAN DEMOCRATIC | AMERICAN 1996, at the hour of 2:00 o’clock p.m. at the Commission Chambers in the Beaver County Courthouse at 105 East Center Street, Beaver City, Utah. The general description of the county road to be vacated is described as follows: That certain Road that adjoins Highway U-21 on the West side of ’ Highway located in the Southeast on West side of R/W, meandering in a and Northwesterly direction at approximately North 45° West to the East high water mark on Minersville Reservoir being the most southerly road as shown on the State General Highway Map of Beaver County. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FOR BEAVER COUNTY, UTAH C aie etn i Monitor October 11, County 18, 25, and November 1, 1996. eo She ce. ‘Vice-President DIANE BEALL TEMPLIN GARY VAN HORN Vice-President (4. PETER CRANE } a \ en oon cance Vics-Presidest } srs os a7 | os oe ‘MIKE TOMPKINS |Nice-Presideat \ Natural Low $1 a } rotrm ag HOWARD PHILLIPS Praident__ HERBERT WITS ica Prasidenl RALPH WADER WINDA TADUKE EARL F, DOOGE wes E HARRIS LAURA GARZA viso-Prosidenl MONICA MOOREHEAD Indepandere 68 The Board discussed clarification actions on the newly formed National aay a 2 oe } Gren } om « Monument and the reinventory of wilderness lands. No action was taken. Craig Davis met with the Board to explain zoning change petitions of Robert Puffer and Charles Ross. The Planning Commission recommended that both petitions be denied. It was moved by Comm. Johnson, seconded by Comm. Marshall and unanimously approved to follow the Planning Commission recommendation. : Appointments to the Planning Commission were discussed. There was one application received for the Milford vacancy. It was moved by Comm. Johnson to-advertise-again for-the appointment:~ The motion died for lack of a f FA STATE SENATOR. Oishi #28 ae LEQMARO ——ecutecan M, RLACKHAM i84 2 FOCSTATEREPESENTATNG, Dic 72 second.” It was thoved bay Coin: Marshall'séconded by Comm: Johnson and unanimously approved to appoint Alice Smith. SO Normand Thompson, Jim Raines and Kendrick Rogers met with the Board to present a conceptual plan for a subdivision west of Milford. No action was taken. Charles Ross met with the Board to appeal the decision of the Planning Commission on the denial of a zone change. The appeal had previously been denied. John Christiansen met with the Board to discuss the 1997 Public Defender contract. The proposal is to increase the contract to $21,000 per year. It was the consensus of the Board to build this contract inio the 1997 Budget. The reorganization of the Road Department was discussed. The — For STATE REPRESENTATIVE, Distict #73 : \ proposal is to have a supervisor and an assistant supervisor, instead of 2 foremen and 2 lead men. Comm. Marshall recommended that the reorganization b effective on January 1, 1997. It was the consensus of the Board to proceed with the reorganization. Mark Nelson and a group of 4-H Club members met with the Board _ to give an update of 4-H activities. A Memorandum Decision for a water diversion application was ee SOLON erty owned by: (a) a disabled 2) expanding. eaebRty for the property tax exemption trom unmarried widows to unmaried surviving a Shall the Board of County Commissioners of Beaver County, Utah be _ authorized to issue general obligation public safety bonds in an amount fot to exceed six millon five hundred thousand dollars ($6,500,000) (the “Bonds”) for the purpose of paying the direct and related costs of FOR rien a et pore lg ah the presumption of the beginning date of the etate fecal 144 ee cet ee ee county office, other related offices; and for payment of expenses reasonably In connection 146 with the soquisition and construction of said improvements and the authorization eartain ya ttpmabonlnen Bonds; this authorization to include amounts in addition to $6,500,000 for the refunding of all or a part of the Bonds 5 including costs of issuance of such refunding bonds, If at a later time the Board determines that the refunding of the Bonds would be financially 3 lr FOR AGAINST beneficial o the County? 5 158 152 PROPOSITION NO. 4 RESOLUTION ON STATE'S AUTHORITY TO For the Issuance of General Obligation Public Safety Bonds 184 9 Agaiast the tssuance of General Obligation Publle Safety Bonds 185 9 “To GUARANTEE THE DEST OF SCHOOL DISTRICTS Utah at which time and place members of the public will be tea | ment nee Willden, Maureen Beutler and LeeAnn Joseph. The proposed policies were discussed. The matter was tabled to the November meeting. Bills on file were approved for payment. . FOR pares ntl Soni weet by an Vickie Yardley, Debbie Smith, Maureen Verhacren, Yvonne Moss, Shirlene Objigation Public Safety Bonds”. fis rebance We echo Sovel Sent: ore. pees Se sat vote in favor of this bond issue, punch after the words “For the Issuance of General Obligation Public Safety Bonde”. To vote against thie Issue, punch after the words, “Against the issuance of General Shall the Uish Conetasion ba amended to: 1) perm the state to querantes pad the heard concerning the following lesuance of the Bonds; said Bonds to be due and payable in not to exceed twenty-five (25) years from the date of the cake provisions en Lepicsng tel ppc ppl imental ge in event can a osthe Lagieisture, but inno ee ee Scroel and avee contracting SoS debt in excess state's debt cating? abe _ 156 IN ti tha alocntuge ee eh canes ie balck pages, Remove fhe punchcant under and retum& tw aave you otthethe gray secrecy envelope and ipa There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned. ae NST 158 FOR 161 AGAINST 163 _A letter from David Breg re: roads was discussed. The letter was requesting information from the county re: ownership of the road. The matter was referred to Mr. Carriger for research. A letter from Milford City requesting information on the reasons for the lateness of the tax roll. The letter was referred to the County Assessor for action. The Clerk presented the certified petition for the Milford Valley Township to the Board. It was moved by Comm. Johnson seconded by Comm. Marshall and unanimously approved to accept the petition. Present for the Jefferson, Jolyn Mayer and Jerry Mayer. The election to form the township was discussed. Mr. Kanell explained the timetable for the filing of annexation petitions, mcorporation petitions, etc. contained in the township legislation. There is a 90 day time requirement for these petitions to be filed. The election will be held within a reasonable time after any annexation proceeding is concluded. All members of the Board stated that they are in favor of setting up a planning district for the western end of the county. Mr. Carriger will send a letter to Milford City encouraging the City Council to file any annexation petition as soon as possible. The Board discussed the proposed personnel policies and procedures. Those present were Bruce Brown, Craig Davis, Russell Gale, Brent Bladwin, a AGAINST ‘discussed. No action was taken. discussion were Craig Davis, Joe White, Shauna Mayer, Allan Mayer, Richard acquiring land and constructing thereon a new county public PROPOSITION NO. 3 suay TRIAL RESOLUTION East Center Street, Beaver City, October 25 and November 1, 1996 i year? 1996 at the hour of 2:30 p.m., at the Commission Chamber in the Beaver County Courthouse at 105 Beaver County Clerk 138 PROPOSITION 1 oon oa toa eae Carte ot atone orl valuation of meteliferous mines, mining claims, related oe Published in Beaver County Monitor OFFICIAL BALLOT FOR i BEAVER COUNTY, UTAH SPECIAL BOND ELECTION NOVEMBER 5, 1996 AGAINST 149 ‘Shall the Utah Constitution be amanded to: Leeder ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FOR BEAVER COUNTY, UTAH. /s/ Paul B. Barton, - FOR PROPOSITION NO. 2 RESOLUTION AMENDING THE REVENUE AND TAXATION ARTICLE hearing on Monday, November 4, BY ae spouses? GIVEN that the Board of County Commissioners of Beaver County, Utah, will hold a public the a Page 10 : and te spouse and minor person orphans(veteran), of the disabled person who died, and (6) the surviving spouse and minor orphans o! the person (veteran) who died by: sandcseae to Include 1 Rata ctor County ordinance: Adopting Ordinance #96‘05, a Subdivision Ordinance and Construction Standards for Beaver County, a copy of which will be on file in the county clerk’s office for anyone who PROPERTY TAX 3 le a ee stones © remy re property tax exemption on prop- Sas a HEREBY review } PROPOSMON NO. 1 RESOLUTION NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON ZONING AMENDMENT to indgonint — ae i 1, 1996. would like document. } } ae Vice-President Monitor October 25, and November IS Demacrac 65 : eaaesesse a ey Meeting will begin at 10:00 a.m. NOTICE } GLORIA ESTELA LARIVA Beaver } : WAARY BROWNE Notice is hereby given that the Board of Education of Beaver County School District will change the place of it’s regularly scheduled November 6, 1996, Board Meeting from the District Office in Beaver to the Milford Elementary School. in the a @ Republican Public Notice Published 6 Ji BRADLEY . } VierPain BILE CLINTON Vice-President + Leese Sregerary vas 12 | SOBM Tee ——a 808 DOLE Dated this 8th day of October, 1996. /s/ Paul B. Barton Beaver County Clerk Published in the Beaver Brett Rich, from the U.A.C. Insurance Mutual, met with the Board to discuss the renewal of the property and casualty insurance. Mr. Rich requested that the Board not bid the insurance until the summer of 1997 because the Mutual has already set premium for member counties. It was the consensus of the Board to delay the bid until 1997. State Representative Tom Hatch met with the Board to discuss possible funding for road projects. Also present was Rob Adams from Circle Four Farms, Alice Smith and Jolyn Leko. Rep. Hatch stated that he would be willing to sponsor legislation to try to obtain legislative funding for road needs in Beaver County. The main road in question is the proposed new road along the railroad corridor. The U.A.C. Insurance Mutual has made a recommendation to check the driving record of all county employees. Mr. Carriger will check with the County Attorney re: right.to privacy issues. __ GOVAEROE cena —— Geverser NATURAL LAW Stash Pan we 14 J Lieatesant Se REFORM Straight Party Vote 16 i06 CP US. TAXPAYERS Sraig Paty Voto 18 eghenaet Governor DUS RICHARDS PRESIDENT & VICE-PRESIDENT ofthe UNITED STATES Quarter of Section 1, Township 30 South, Range 9 West, thence leaving -U-21 —_Suaight Pary vote 10 LIBERTARIAN of Beaver County, Utah, to vacate the 4th day of November, : Straight Party Vote INDEPENDENT HEREBY GIVEN of the intention of the Board of County Commissioners For US, REPRESENTATIVE, District #1 pve tur One | JAMES V. HANSEN CC RReoublican 58 GREGORY J. SANDERS Democratic $9 RANDALL TOLPINRUD Wawra Law 60 Straight Party Vowo 4 Straight Party Vote § INDEPENDENT IS Board to request permission to fence off a road near the Minersville Reservoir. The State is planning to fence in the park boundary and would like the County’s cooperation in the project. It was moved by Comm. Johnson, seconded by Comm. Marshall and unanimously approved to advertise for the abandonment of the road and encourage the State to advertise its intention to fence the park. The public hearing will be held on November 4, 1996 at 2:00 p.m. The Hays Spring diversion was discussed. Right-of-way acquisition was the main topic of discussion. Mr. Carriger will get the permit extended. Ballsbo. # you wish to cas? a “STRAIGHT PARTY” vote for ALL the candidates of ONE PARTY, punch the position ae that certain county road hereafter described. The Board of County Commissioners will hold a public hearing on such intention on Monday, Darrell Wright and Norm Forbush, from State Parks, met with the ELECTION BALLOT FOR BEAVER COUNTY, UTAH - NOVEMBER 5, 1996 GENERAL mat VACATE COUNTY NOTICE ” Beaver, UT 84713. All citizens are encouraged toattend. Monitor October 4, 11, 18, 25, PUBLIC: Minutes of the September 3 and 9, 1996 meetings were read. It was moved by Comm. Johnson, seconded by Comm. Marshall and unanimously passed to approve the minutes. : Don Carroll, representing property owners from the Valley View Subdivision, met with the Board to discuss problems associated with a property located within the subdivision. The property is owned by Beaver County obtained through Tax sale. Mr. Carroll requested the County clean up the | property. The matter was referred to Mr. Carriger for action. Ken Yardley, County Sheriff, met with the Board to discuss payments made by the Forest Service to the Search & Rescue for assistance at the Pole Canyon Fire. It was moved by Comm. Johnson, seconded by Conim. Marshall and unanimously approved to allow the Search & Rescue to purchase equipment with the funds. Sheriff Yardley discussed funding for drug law enforcement. Leo G. Kanell, County Attorney, made a statement encouraging the Board to set up a separate account for drug seizure funds. The matter was referred to the County Auditor. Mr. Carriger discussed a problem with maintenance of the Sheriff's Department vehicles. . The Board presented a certificate for completion of a Citizen Planner Program to Jolyn Leko. The Board thanked Mrs. Leko for her dedicated service to the Planning Commission. Scott Bealer was also the recipient of a certificate but was unable to attend the meeting. erUT 84713 - Beaver, Courthouse - 105 East Cent ver County Beaver #1 - Bea development of a duplex and a triplex by Victor R. Stark. This ROAD AND HEARING Chairman; Chad W. Johnson, Member; Ross Marshall, Member; Doug Carriger, Administrative Assistant; and Paul B. Barton, Clerk. The polling places for the respective districts are: proposed NOTICE OF INTENT TO October 7, 1996 . The Board of County commissioners met on October 7, 1996 at 10:00 ain. for its regularly scheduled meeting. Those present were Gary E. Sullivan, open until 8:00 p.m. will be held to consider the proposed rezoning of certain property associated with the ‘following project: and November 1. 1996. » Election in Beaver County to be held on November 5, 1996 are as follows: . November 5, 1996. This hearing (5) feet of lot 10, block UNAPPROVED MINUTES BEAVER COUNTY COMMISSION NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION Legal Notices cont. from pageS The _PAGE 6. These minutes will be presented for approval at the next regularly scheduled meeting. Until such time, they are considered unofficial. _ PROPOSITION NO. § ON DONATIONS 70 THE BTATE FUND chs yg eal acl ibaa do een te Fevenue sources io fhe piped pet a to Incude. provided by Inu’? e : : For questions regarding elections and voter registration, please contact the Office of the County Clerk at (801) 438-6463. | AMENDING THE AND if] — TAXATION ARTICLE AND TION FoR I OF PUBLIC EDUCATION AND iWGHER | aoe 1) eatablich Ceethe definitionmolof (phe ecucaton sytem” . as ued | | Paul B. Barton Clerk/Auditor FOR 167 AGAINST 169 Pui ish: blish: October 24, of eashortzing tha expenditure of the available interest from the Stale School Fund and revenues from the Unllorm sete tcinaten eyirn h aon wt gue auton yee lax are 10 be used for or Published in Beaver County Monitor October 25, 1996 1996 sd aPGDG 10 two full-time Veterinarians on staff: Rudy L. Jordan, DVM and J. Christopher Strang, DVM. Office hours are Monday - Friday, 8 A.M. 5 P.M. with both large and small animal veterinary services available. The clinic is located at 1501 North Hwy 357 (Manderfield Hwy) in Beaver. Please call (801) 438-2873 in advance to schedule an appointment. all Serving your large and small animal needs.