April 6, 1999

 

Salt Lake City Council

 

AGENDA

City Council Chambers

City & County Building

451 South State Street, Room 315

Salt Lake City, Utah

 

Tuesday, April 6, 1999

6:00 p.m.

 

5:00 p.m., some Council Members may dine together in Room 125 at the City & County Building.  (The room is open to the public.)

A.  WORK SESSION:  (briefing time lengths are approximations only.)

      5:30-5:55 p.m., Room 326, City & County Building, 451 South State Street

 

1. Report of the Executive Director, including review of Council information items and announcements.  (Estimated time:  5 minutes)

2. The Council will receive a briefing from the Salt Lake Olympic Organizing Committee, Mitt Romney, President and CEO.  (Estimated time:  25 minutes)


(The following items as well as items from the above list that Council is unable to complete in Work Session from 5:30-5:55 p.m. will be addressed in a Work Session setting following the public hearings.)

 

3. The Council will consider adopting a motion to enter into Executive Session, in keeping with Utah Code, to discuss labor negotiations (tentative).  (Estimated time:  5 minutes)

4. The Council will receive a briefing regarding a proposal by the Fire Department relating to computer equipment.  (Estimated time:  5 minutes)

5. The Council will hold a discussion relating to the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG), and HOME programs, and conduct straw polling of priorities.  (Estimated time:  30 minutes)

6. The Council will discuss the budget subcommittee's recommendations for 1999-2000 budget.  (Estimated time:  5 minutes)

7. The Council will receive a briefing regarding Petition No. 400-98-79, a request by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, to close a portion of Main Street between North Temple and South Temple Streets.  (The purpose of this request is to facilitate the construction of a landscaped plaza.)  (Estimated time: 30 minutes)

 

B.  OPENING CEREMONY:

 

    1.  Pledge of Allegiance.

2.  Approval of March 16, 1999 minutes.
3.  Consider adopting a joint resolution with the Mayor recognizing the month of April 1999 as "Selective                             Service System Registration Awareness Month."

C.  COMMENTS:

 

    1.  Questions to the Mayor from the City Council.

    2.  Citizen comments to the City Council (on any item not scheduled for a public hearing, as well as on any other City business).


D.  CONSENT:

 

1. Board Appointment:  Roger D. Sandack, Salt Lake City Library Board
Consider approving the appointment of Roger D. Sandack to the Salt Lake City Library Board for a term extending through June 30, 2001.
(I 99-12)
 
          Staff Recommendation:   Approve.

2. Motion:  Amend Expiration Dates of Public Utilities Advisory Committee Appointments
Consider a motion amending expiration dates of Public Utilities Advisory Committee appointments for the following members:

 Barbara Ishimatsu                    January 17, 2000
 Mark Bauer                              January 17, 2000
 Sharon  Walkington                  January 17, 2000
 Patricia A. Richards                   January 17, 2000
 Louise Franke                          January 20, 2003
 Pieter J. Van der Have              January 21, 2002
 Kenneth Bullock                       January 21, 2002
 W. Cullen Battle                        January 20, 2003
 Leland Myers                            January 20, 2003
(I 99-5)

          Staff Recommendation:   Approve.

3. Resolution:  Interlocal Cooperation Agreement   (Agreement to Receive $146,921 to fund the Prostitution Reduction Project)
Consider adopting a resolution authorizing the approval of an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement between Salt Lake City Corporation and the U.S. Department of Justice to receive funding from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs (OJP) in the amount of $146,921 to establish and support a program which will reduce the number of women and juveniles involved in prostitution within Salt Lake City.
(C 99-265)

          Staff Recommendation:   Adopt.

4. Resolution:  Interlocal Cooperation Agreement   (Agreement to Encourage Arrest Policies in Domestic Violence Abuse Cases)
Consider adopting a resolution authorizing the approval of an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement between Salt Lake City Corporation and the U.S. Department of Justice to receive funding from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs (OJP) in the amount of $337,291 to establish and support a program which encourages arrest policies in domestic violence abuse cases to promote and prioritize the safety and well-being of victims of domestic violence.
(C 99-266)

          Staff Recommendation:   Adopt.



5. Resolution:  Interlocal Cooperation Agreement   (I-15 Cooperative Agreement Modification No. 1 to 600 North Interchange and Viaduct Cooperative Agreement)
Consider adopting a resolution authorizing the approval of an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement between Salt Lake City Corporation and Utah Department of Transportation in connection with the reconstruction of the I-15 corridor from 10800 South to 600 North in Salt Lake County.
(C 98-251)

          Staff Recommendation:    Adopt.

6. Resolution:  Interlocal Cooperation Agreement   (Enhancement No. 8)
Consider adopting a resolution authorizing the approval of an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement between Salt Lake City Corporation and Utah Department of Transportation in connection with the reconstruction of the I-15 corridor from 10800 South to 600 North in Salt Lake County.
(C 99-267)

          Staff Recommendation:    Adopt.

7. Resolution:  Interlocal Cooperation Agreement   (1999 Utah Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (UPDES) Multi-Media Campaign)
Consider adopting a resolution authorizing the approval of an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement between Salt Lake City Corporation and Salt Lake County for cost sharing in the 1999 UPDES multi-media campaign for the purpose of increasing public awareness about storm water pollution and prevention.
(C 99-268)

          Staff Recommendation:    Adopt.

8. Ordinance:  Set Date  (Budget Amendment #5)
Set date of April 20, 1999 at 6:00 p.m. to accept public comment and consider adopting an ordinance to amend the fiscal year 1998-99 budget.
(B 99-6)

          Staff Recommendation:   Set date and refer to Work Session for briefing.

9. Ordinance:  Set date - Petition No. 400-98-66  (Eric Hinderaker/Request to Vacate a Portion of the Alley located between 1000 East and 1100 East, from Logan Avenue (1620 South) to 1700 South)
Set date of May 4, 1999 at 6:00 p.m. to accept public comment and consider adopting an ordinance vacating a portion of an alley located between Logan Avenue (1620 South) and 1700 South, from 1000 East to 1100 East, pursuant to Petition No. 400-98-66.
(P 99-16)

          Staff Recommendation:   Set date and refer to Work Session for briefing.

10.         Ordinance:  Set date - Petition No. 400-98-58  (Stacy J. Nielsen/Request to Close the Alley located between Redwood Road and Utah Street (1605 West), from California Avenue (1300 South) to the Surplus Canal)
Set date of May 4, 1999 at 6:00 p.m. to accept public comment and consider adopting an ordinance closing an alley located between Redwood Road and Utah Street, from California Avenue to the surplus canal, pursuant to Petition No. 400-98-58.
(P 99-17)

          Staff Recommendation:   Set date and refer to Work Session for briefing.

 

11.         Ordinance:  Set Date - Petition No. 400-97-70  (Zoning Ordinance Fine Tuning)
Set date of April 20, 1999 at 6:00 p.m. to accept public comment and consider adopting an ordinance amending the Salt Lake City Zoning Code, pursuant to Petition No. 400-97-70.
(O 99-6)

          Staff Recommendation:   Set date and refer to Work Session for briefing.
         

E.  NEW BUSINESS:

1.  Ordinance:  (Disposition of Custodial Property Amendment)
Consider adopting an ordinance amending Section 2.10.110 B, Salt Lake City Code, regarding the disposition of custodial property.
(O 96-24)

          Staff Recommendation:            Refer to a future Consent agenda.

2.  Ordinance:  Set Date  (Salt Lake City Municipal Building Authority Budget Amendment #1)
Set date of April 20, 1999 at 6:00 p.m. to accept public comment and consider adopting an ordinance to amend the fiscal year 1998-99 budget.
(B 99-7)

          Staff Recommendation:            Recess as City Council; convene as the Municipal
                                                Building Authority, set date and refer to Work Session for
                                                briefing, adjourn as Municipal Building Authority; reconvene
                                                as City Council.

F.  UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

1.  Resolution: 
Consider adopting a resolution regarding Council's policies relating to Salt Lake City's General Fund Capital Improvement Program.
(T 99-2)

          Staff Recommendation:            Adopt.

2.  Resolution:  (Special Improvement District No. 101007/Curb, Gutter and Sidewalk Project)
Consider adopting a resolution conditionally accepting a bid for construction work and, subject to approval of the City engineer, authorizing execution of a construction contract with __________for construction of improvements of Salt Lake City, Utah Special Improvement District No. 101007 (The "District"); providing for construction of improvements on certain streets in said city including replacement of all, or portions of deteriorated driveway approaches, curb, gutter and sidewalks; the installation of sod, topsoil, sidewalk ramps; the removal of illegal driveways; and the installation of new curb, gutter and sidewalk street improvements where none now exist; all other miscellaneous work necessary to complete the improvements; for issuance of interim warrants and for the addition of the interest thereon to accessable costs and related matters.
(Q 98-7)

          Staff Recommendation:            Adopt.


3.  Resolution:  (1995 Beautification and Street Lighting SID Amendment, Project No. 106001)
Consider adopting a resolution amending Resolution No. 33 of 1995 as amended by Resolution No. 74 of 1995 (collectively, the "Creation Resolution") concerning the creation of Salt Lake City CBD 1995 Beautification and Street Lighting Special Improvement District, Project No. 106001 (The "District 106001") by adjusting rate No. 10 (the "O & M Rate") as established in Resolution No. 15 of 1995, providing for a formula to calculate and establish the O & M Rate for this and future years of operation of lighting improvements; providing for the consolidation into Salt Lake City, Utah Lighting District No. 1, now known as District L01 (The "District L01") of the lighting operation and maintenance expenses which are the basis of the revised O & M Rate; and related matters.
(Q 95-1)

          Staff Recommendation:            Adopt.

4.  Resolution:  (Special Lighting Improvement District 106007 Amendment)
Consider adopting a resolution amending Resolution No. 62 of 1997 (The "Creation Resolution") concerning the creation of Salt Lake City, Utah Special Improvement District No. 106007 (The "District 106007) by modifying the annual rate for operation and maintenance expenses (The "O & M Rate") as estimated in Resolution No. 42 of 1997; providing for a formula to calculate and establish the O & M Rate for future years of operation of lighting improvements; providing for the consolidation into Salt Lake City, Utah Special Lighting District No. 3 (The "District L03") of the lighting operation and maintenance expenses which are the basis of the O & M Rate; and related matters.
(Q 97-5)


              Staff Recommendation:            Adopt.

5.  Resolution:  (Utah Lighting District L03 Amendment)
Consider adopting a resolution amending Resolution No. 4 of the 1997 as amended (collectively, the "Creation Resolution") concerning the creation of Salt Lake City, Utah Lighting District No. 3 (The "District L03") by consolidating into District L03, as extension No. L03-67, the lighting operation and maintenance responsibilities, including the need to assess annually, of Salt Lake City, Utah Special Improvement No. 106007 ("District 106007"); and related matters.
(Q 99-3)

          Staff Recommendation:            Adopt.

6.  Ordinance:  (Utah Lighting District No. L03 Assessment)
Consider adopting an ordinance (The "1999 Assessment Ordinance") approving the assessment list, including newly added extension L03-67; levying an annual assessment upon property in Salt Lake City, Utah Lighting District No. 3, now known as L03 (The "District L03"); establishing the effective date of the 1999 assessment ordinance; and related matters.
(Q 99-3)
          Staff Recommendation:            Adopt.

G. PUBLIC HEARINGS:

1.  Ordinance:  Petition No. 400-98-74   (Salt Lake City Transportation Division/Request to Close a Portion of 600 South, West of the 600 West Intersection, through the Union Pacific Railroad Yard)
Accept public comment and consider adopting an ordinance closing a portion of 600 South located between 600 and 700 West, pursuant to Petition No. 400-98-74.
(P 99-11)

          Staff Recommendation:   Close and adopt.

2.  Motion:  (Water Conservation Plan)
Accept public comment and consider adopting a Water Conservation Plan.  (House Bill 418 passed last year, requires all water conservancy districts and water retailers to prepare and adopt or update a water conservation plan and file it with the Division of Water Resources.)
(G 99-10)

          Staff Recommendation:   Close and adopt.

3.  Ordinance:  (Taxicab Amendment)
Accept public comment and consider adopting an ordinance repealing Sections 5.05.125, 5.71.060, 5.72.045, 5.72.375, 5.72.410, 5.72.445, 5.72.450, 5.72.470, 5.72.500, 5.72.510, 5.72.545, 5.72.575, 5.72.580 and 5.72.590, Salt Lake City Code, and amending Section 5.05.120, pertaining to certificates of convenience and necessity, amending Chapter 5.71 pertaining to ground transportation requirements, amending Chapter 5.72 pertaining to taxicabs, and amending Section 16.60.090 pertaining to definitions regarding ground transportation businesses. 
(O 98-5)

          Staff Recommendation:   Close and adopt.

4.  Motion:  Funding Requests for CDBG, ESG, and HOME
Accept public comment and consider adopting a motion regarding the Mayor's proposed recommendations for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding, Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG) funding, and HOME funding.
(T 99-2)

          Staff Recommendation:   Close and refer to April 20, 1999 City Council meeting
                                                for consideration.