|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
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|Rights Holder||Alice Smith, Milford, Utah|
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|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
¥ Beaver County Monitor -' NOVEMBER 1, 1996 PAGE 6 ESSE TEE SS Unapproved Minutes Beaver County Council of Governments October 23, 1996 The Beaver County Council of Governments met on October 23, 1996 at 6:00 p.m. Those present were James Robinson, Chairman and Beaver City Mayor, Mike Dalton, Max Anderson, Ann Marshall and Steve Atkin from Beaver City; Junior Davis from Milford city, Chad W. Johnson, Gary E. Sullivan, Ross Marshall, Paul B. Barton, Doug Carriger, Craig Davis, ken Yardley LeeAnn Joseph and Leo G. Kanell from Beaver County; Howard Pryor and Rodney Carter from Minersville Town; Patricia Rimpau, Rondo Farrer, David White from Beaver County School District; Alice Smith, Robert Strong and Curtis Hutchings. Gary Deland, Executive Director of the Utah Sheriff's Association, met with the Council to discuss public safety facility issues i.e. type and size of facility, state prisoner contracts, design of facilities, etc. Mr. Carriger explained the general obligation bond election being held November 5, 1996. The proposed issue amount is $6,500,000. Mr. Carriger presented a brochure with information pertaining to the bond issue. Curtis Hutchings, from Five County A. O. G. Met with the Council to discuss planning goals and objectives for all entities within the county, especially where they relate to growth issues such as roads, streets, sewer, water, housing, etc. The proposed re-organization of the county road department was mentioned. No discussion was had on this issue. - : The county road improvement district was discussed. Circle Four Farms has agreed to be the funding mechanism for the improvement of Laho, Thermo, Minersville South By-Pass, and the Feed Mill to Hwy 21. The bonds will be paid for by Circle Four Farms and secured by the Skyline Complex of Circle Four Farms. The Milford Valley Township Petition was discussed. The petition has been filed and certified. The Board of Commissioners has decided to allow the 90 day annexation period to run before taking further action. Mayor Robinson stated that he has contacted officials from the School District, Milford City and Minersville Town re: this issue. Beaver City will be submitting a letter requesting the County Commission delay any further action on the petition until after the State Legislature has an opportunity to act on the legislation. Mr. Junior Beaver County Planning and Zoning Commission October 16, 1996 7:30 p.m. UNAPPROVED MINUTES Ken made a motion to approve the minutes of the September 18, 1996 meeting. Scott seconded the motion. Motion passed. CONDITIONAL there is not a problem with odor or wast, etc. Ken seconded the motion. Motion passed unanimously. REZONEMENT Jim Raines and Kendrick P.ogers were there to discuss rezoning property owned by Normand and Sherrie Thompson that is 1 % miles west of Milford, they want it changed from MU-40 to R-12 and some commercial. It contains 115 acres and they would work in phases, they feel there is the need for this kind of development. They discvssed water, septic/ sewer, size of lots, land use, general plan, BLM land, distance from town-getting growth close to city. Ken made a motion to table until we get input from Milford City. Scott seconded the motion. Motion passed unanimously. SUBDIVISION ORDINANCE . They discussed bonding, 10 lots simple division, storm drainage, oiled roads, fire flow/ sprinklers, etc. at this time. Mayor Robinson will make inquiries regarding future meeting dates. There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned. These minutes will be presented for the next regularly Ken made a motion to recommend to the County Commission to hold public hearings to approve and adopt this subdivision ordinance. Jolyn seconded the motion, Motion passed, 3 for, 2 abstentions. ITEMS OF DISCUSSION Scott Bealer was given his certificate for completing the Planning and Zoning School. scheduled meeting. Until such time, they are considered unofficial. They discussed paying mileage for those coming from Milford & Minersville, turn mileage in quarterly to be reimbursed. They discussed single splits of property and new legislation going into effect. Nuisance ordinance - we have one in effect, the procedure is to get the sheriff and take pictures, issue a citation, then go to court. There needs to be 3 people sign a complaint. It is much the same as a zoning or health violation. Ken made a motion to adjourn at 9:45 p.m. Scott seconded the motion. Motion passed unanimously. These minutes will be presented for approval at the next regularly scheduled Randy 's Showcase of Milford Properties Land: | $ 2,500/ lot @ 34 Lots in East R.R. Addition) © 6 Acres East of Sunnyside Subdivision, Zoned for Mobile/ Modulars close to power and water. $80,000. $45,000. © 24.9 Acres on Pass road; 2.18 AFW, Elect., Fenced meeting. Until such time, they are considered unofficial. f @ 11.72 Acres West of Sunnyside Subdivision. Surveyed and mapped for 39 lot Subdivision (not an accepted subdivision) @ 40 Acres next to Circle 4 Pig Farm ae $195,000. $20,000. $16,000. $16,000. $24,000. $30,000. $32,000, $66,000. ® 80 Acres S/W of Milford between Milford Flat & Lund Hwy. ® 80 Acres 10 miles S/W of Milford on Flat near new pig farm. @ 200 Acres 5 miles S/W of Milford between Flat & Lund Hwy. © 320 Acres N/E of Milford on road to Roosevelt Springs Geo Thermal @440 Acres 7.5 miles S/W of Milford between Milford Flat & Lund Hwy. Mar Addition @ 5 Acres just north of $12,000, UNAPPROVED MINUTES BEAVER CITY COUNCIL October 15, 1996 Minutes of the Beaver City Council. The Beaver City Council met in regular session at the Beaver City Hall on October 15, 1996 at 4:00 P.M. with the following members present: Mayor James Robinson; Council Members Ann Marshall, Les Williams, Max Anderson, and Mike Dalton. Also present at the meeting were Hal Lessing City Recorder and City Manager Steve Atkin. Council Member Robin Bradshaw absent and excused until 7:00 p-m. ‘ 1. MINUTE APPROVAL The City Council reviewed the Minutes of Oct. 1, 1996 City Council Meeting. After review Le @ 160 Acres N/W of Milford. West of 5-mile Dam on Hwy 257 For Further Information Call: Randy Moreis Office: Res: Cellular: Century 21 First Choice Realty — 965 South Main Cedar City, UT 84720 UNAPPROVED MINUTES MINERSVILLE TOWN COUNCIL October 7, 1 996 A regular meeting of the MINERSVILLE Town Council was hold on Monday, October 7, 1996, at 7:00 P.M. at the Minersville Town Hall. | West 50 feet: thence North 91 feet; thence West 32 feet to the point of beginning. This property will make access to the Town shed much better. The council sincerely appreciates this fine gift to the Town. The approximate market value for the gift is $5,000. The Griffiths’ also ask that the Town blade the Town's right- Those present were; Howard _ of way on 300 East from Main to 100 Pryor, Michelle Barton, David Eyre, Robert Craw, and Rodney Carter. North. David Eyre made a motion to accept the Quit Claim Deed for the property and to estimate the value at $5,000. Also the Town will blade the Town's right of way on 300 East from Main to 100 North. Robert Visitors were: Kevin Carter, Steve Ogden, John and Sharlyn Chambers, HE. and Sharon Griffiths, Valentine and Nathan Hastings. The minutes from the council meeting held on Sept. 16. 1996, were approved. Robert Craw made a motion to approve a business license for John and Sharlyn for a candy and gift shop to be located in their home. They also have the business of Barts Shoe and Saddle repair. Each business will be required to obtain a separate Crew seconded the motion, USE PERMIT Bret Bradshaw, ?, and Lynn Bradshaw were there to discuss putting a portable hog nursery unit on property owned by Lynn in Section 10-29-7, north of Manderfield. They discussed the size of the trailer (14x54), the trailer is self contained, 21-175 little pigs at a time - raised to about 50 Ibs (7 weeks) - then 3-4 week rest before a new batch comes in, the closest home is 2 miles away, all the property owners within 2 mile were notified, the waste (using it as fertilizer), and a septic system for the shower and wash basin. Scott made a motion to approve the C.U.P. with the specifications that they meet the health standards, they don’t do anything above and beyond what was discussed here, they get with Southwest District Health department on the disposal of waste, this C.U.P. will be reviewed annually to make sure Beaver City. Comm. Sullivan discussed funding for the Bookmobile. The issue will be discussed at the next commission meeting with State Library Officials. _ Everyone was invited to attend Commission meeting on November 4, 1996 to participate in the discussion. The date for the next meeting was not set at ; In Attendance: Scott Bealer, Jolyn Leko, Ken Lofland, Alice Smith, Ross Marshall, and Craig Davis as Administrator. Visitors: Bret Bradshaw, Denise J. Bradshaw, ?, Lynn Bradshaw, Rob Adams, Jim Raines, Kendrick Rogers, Normand Thompson, Sherrie Thompson. Ken made a motion for Jolyn to be Chairman in Roberts absence, Ross seconded the motion. Motion passed unanimously. Chairman Leko called the meeting to order #t 7:40 p.m. Davis stated that Milford City concurred with approval MINUTES the motion passed. Rodney Carter made a motion to rescind the decision from the Sept. 3,1996 meeting allowing a committee of three (the Mayor, Kevin Carter, and one other council member) to approve building permits. Building permits must be _ approved at the council meetings and license. Michelle Barton seconded . _a check list of the following items must be in order 1. Water and sewer the motion, the motion passed. The fee for each business will be $10. per _ Imes in place. 2. Fire protection. 3. year. Set backs front and sides most all Steve Ogden met with the _ requirements. 4. Zoning. 5. 114 acre council to see if he should pursue minimum. 6. 80' width across front. funding for a new water tank. He David Eyre seconded the motion, the discussed several different sources motion passed. that might provide funding either as The fire marshall should be grants or low interest loans or a contacted concerning the fire combination of grant and loan. He protection for Trent Bradshaw. informed the council that no matter Rodney Carter made a motion to which avenue the Town takes they pay the bills presented for payment. will probably be required to raise the David Eyre seconded the motion, the basic water rate to 1 and 1/4 % of the motion passed. David Eyre made a Median income for Minersville. The motion to donate $10. to the Beaver median income is approx. $20,284. High School girls vollev ball team. That would make 'the basic water rate Rodney Carter seconded the motion, $21.13. The council instructed Steve the motion passed. to begin the process for obtaining Rodney Carter made a motion funding for a new water tank. that the clerk should send a letter to HE. and Sharon Griffiths Miguel Adcorta notifying him that his donated to the Town through Quit new fence is not in compliance with Claim Deed, the following described the Town's fence ordinance. Robert property: Beginning 82 feet East of Crew seconded the motion. Robert the Northwest corner of Lot 2, Block also commented that Kent Marshall 12, “A” MINERSVILLE TOWN needs to be contacted concerning the SURVEY and running thence East existing fence between his property 82 feet; thence South 131 fi; thence and Kirt Pearson's property. 801-586-1221 801-865-1802 801-599-2802 ‘Council: Member Marshall moved, Council Member Anderson 2nd, ihe, Minutes of Oct. 1, 1996 Beaver City Council ‘Meeting'be approved as read and written.. All voted in favor of the motion. _ 2. BILL APPROVAL Council member Dalton moved, Council member Williams 2nd, Bills be approved for payment. All voted in favor of the motion. 3. 4-H THANK YOU Members of the 4-H met with the City Council and presented a treat in appreciation of Beaver City's help with the 4-H Program. 4.UTAH INDEPENDENT BANK REQUEST DEPOSIT OF CITY FUNDS Craig White President of the Utah Independent Bank met with the City Council and made a proposal to match the interest given by the Utah State Treasurers Fund for City Funds. Insurance and rates etc. were discussed with Mr. White. The matter was tabled for farther review and a presentation from First Security Bank. Council Member Dalton Moved, Council member Anderson 2nd, Beaver City Council approve the consent agenda items #5 through # 10 as follows: All voted in favor of the motion. : Ward Dotson has accepted a '5.BUCKET TRUCK PURCHASE AND NOTE APPROVED Mayor Robinson is hereby authorized to sign bucket truck position on the Planning and Zoning lease and note as attached hereto as Exhibit 10-15-96-A. Committee. His term with the Board 6.FINAL ASSESSMEN T ROLL FOR NORTH PARK ESTATES Mayor Robinson is hereby authorized to sign the of Adjustments will be over in the Ordinance adopting the final assessment roll for the North Park Estates Improvement District. A copy of the enacting near future. Ordinance is attached hereto to the Minutes. Weeds on some of the 7.,BEAVER SPA, BUSINESS LICENSE APPROVED Business License for Beaver Spa's - 65 North Main street is intersections are creating a hazard. hereby approved. A copy of the Business License application is attached hereto as Exhibit 10-15-96-B. Steps will be taken to got them 8. BEAVER SANITATION , BUSINESS LICENSE APPROVED Business License for Beaver Sanitation-495 East 100 removed. South-is hereby approved. Conditions of the planning and Zoning Commission are part of the approval. A copy of the The clean-up of the trees that application and Planning and Zoning Conditional Use Permit are attached hereto as Exhibit IO- I 5-96-C. — were taken down by Minchey 9.LIBRARY PUBLIC SERVICES DEVELOPMENT GRANT Mayor Robinson is hereby authorized to sign a Library Digging has not been completed. Grant in the amount of$4,316.00. A copy of the grant agreement is attached hereto as Exhibit IO- 1 5 -96-D. The council members will Investigate 10. STANLEY WILSON, PEDDLER LICENSE APPROVED Peddler Business License of Stanley Wilson approved who should be responsible for the for door to door sales of a cleaning product approved. A copy of the Application is attached hereto as Exhibit 10- I 5-96-E. clean-up. 11. WATERS, JACK EAGLE SCOUT PROJECT It was the consensus of the City Council Mr. Waters Eagle Scout The Irrigation Company is being Project be approved. The project is to make displays for the City Park. The app. cost of the project materials is $175.00. delayed with the irrigation system Purchase of materials to be made under direction of the City Manager. because of a problem with some of 12.KEHR, BILL MOBILE HOME PARK Bill and Florence Kehr met with the City Council. Mr. Kehr requested he the right-of-way easements. The not pay the sewer impact fees until which time the sewer line casement is obtained. It was the consensus of the City Town Clerk and Assistant Clerk Council the sewer impact fees must be paid and are not related to the easement issue. helped to mail out the easements so The City Council recessed from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. the project can go forward. Council Member Bradshaw arrived at this time. Michelle Barton will mike arrangements fo have a slab of cement (12' X 12') poured at the cemetery so a new building can be put there. OLD BUSINESS: ; 1, Alan Wood lilac hedge: still inthe 2. Impact fees: tabled 3. Library furnace: Minchey vill remove if he can have the furnsce. approved. Leak in roof still not located. 4. Chlorination to new pump house scheduled for Nov. 5. DWR will instruct the Town on the required —_ environmental enhancement for the Beaver River. Rodney Carter made a motion to send Aldred a bill for his share of the $3,000. ($1,500.) A check for the entire $3,000. will be sent to the Division of Water Quality. David Eyre seconded the motion. the motion passed. 6. Removal of extension at old Dairy Barn: A member of the council will notify Bill Garrett that it is his entire responsibility to take care of the removal. Meeting adjourned. Council Member Marshall moved, Council Member Dalton 2nd, As advertised Beaver City Council move into public hearing. The following public were present for the hearing: Joni Haws, Doug Erickson, Jerry Brown, Jack Erickson, Betty Miller, John Roberts, Rowland Yardley. 13. YARDLEY, ROWLAND- MOBILE HOME PARK - ZONE CHANGE The City Council discussed with Mr. Yardley His proposed Mobile Home Park. Mr. Yardley informed the City Council the Proposed Park would be: 50 Units, develop in phases, ibe on large lots, connect fo the sewer by crossing under the freeway to the sewer lagoons. After a brief review of the project the meeting was opened to input from the public about the rezone. Mr. John Roberts expressed his concer about a possible conflict between the Mobile Home Park and Commercial Development in the C.D. Zone. Mr. Roberts stated He hiad not been approached about using the existing irrigation culvert to run the sewer line in. Mr. Roberts felt that the park ‘would have to be maintained well to avoid deterring future commercial development. Betty Miller Her concems of the appearance of the Mobile Home Park approaching Beaver from the South along I-15. Joni Haws felt that there needs to be an age restriction on the mobile homes. Council Member Bradshaw discussed the fire hydrant requirements with MT. Yardley. After moving out of public Hearing. Council member Bradshaw moved, Council Member Mfax Anderson 2nd, Beaver City approve the Zoning change from Commercial Development to Mobile ' Home on the following described area: South 4 of the South West 1/4 of the North East 1/4 of Section 33, Township 29S Range 7 West SLIB&M lying West of Old Highway 91. The Zoning map is ordered to be changed to reflect the zone change. All voted im favor of the motion. It was explained in detail to Mr. Yardley that approval of the zone change does not approve the Molbile Home Park. Detailed plans and specification will have to be submitted for review and approval. Design shall be sulbmitted in compliance with Beaver City Chapter 48 Mobile Home Ordinance. A copy of the Mobile Home Ordinance wras directed to be given to Mr. Yardley. Bonding is required to secure completion of the Park prior to Starting any construction. Details will be worked out with the Planning Commission and City Manager. 14, GLEAVE, STAN -ANNEXATION As advertised the meeting was opened to public comment regarding a proposed annexation at the North Interchange the property is West and South of Wendy's. Doug Erickson, Jack Erickson and Jerry Brown discussed at length access to the property. After discussion and moving out of public hearing it was the consensus of the City Councill the proposed annexation be tabled pending legal advise. * Sick Leave poliicy discussed and draft policy reviewed matter tabled for further review. * Budget amendments will be reviewed at next council meeting. * Belknap School okay purchase of app. 30 T -Shirts for energy patrol * Library Open Hlouse Oct 29th starting at 4 p.m. * Nov. Sth 1996 Council meeting will be held at the Library due to election at City Hall. No further business presented before the City Council the meeting adjourned at 10:00 p.m. These minutes will be presented for approval at the next regularly scheduled meeting. Until such time they are considered unofficial.