April 8, 1986

 

SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL

AGENDA

SUITE 211, CITY HALL

CITY AND COUNTY BUILDING

451 SOUTH STATE STREET

 

Tuesday, April 8, 1986

6:00 p.m.

 

A.          BRIEFING SESSION: 4:00 - 5:55 p.m., Room 211 City Hall, City and County Building.

 

1. Report of the Executive Director.

 

B.          OPENING CEREMONIES:

 

1. Invocation.

2. Pledge of Allegiance.

3. Approval of the minutes.

4a.   The City Council and Mayor will recognize IC1 Dinkie T. Carnley of the U.S.S. Salt Lake City, SSN, as the 1986 “Sailor of the Year”.

 

C.          COMMENTS:

 

1. Questions to the Mayor.

2. Citizen Comments.

 

D.          CONSENT:

 

1.    Revenue Sharing.

Set a date for a public hearing to be held on Tuesday, April 15, 1986 at 6:30 p.m. to discuss the use of general revenue sharing funds allocated to Salt Lake City. The amount expected for the 1986-87 fiscal year is $794,000.

(B 86-5)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Set date.

 

2.    Petition No. 400-318, Jensen and McKay.

Consider and adopt an ordinance vacating an alley between Lincoln Street and 1000 East and Ramona and Hollywood Avenues, Salt Lake City, Utah, pursuant to Petition No. 400-318 submitted by Jim Jensen and Ed McKay.

(P 85-256)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Adopt.

 

3.    Marriage, Dating, and Escort Services.

Consider and adopt an ordinance amending Sections 20-37-4 and 20-37-6 of the Revised Ordinances of Salt Lake City, Utah, 1965, relating to dating and escort services.

(O 86-9)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Adopt.

 

4.    Urban Forestry Board Appointments.

Consider and approve the appointment of Mary Patrice Matheson, Robert Burke, Kathie Anderson, Joanne Milner, Jennifer Harrington, Peter Lassig, Orson Gibbs, Milton Fullmer, and Michael Bird to the Urban Forestry Board.

(I 86-7)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Approve.

 

5.    Public Utilities Advisory Committee Appointments.

Consider and approve the appointment of Richard Chong and Vaughn B. Wonnacott to The Public Utilities Advisory Committee.

(I 86-8)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Approve.

 

6.    Interlocal Cooperation Agreement, UDOT.

Consider and adopt a resolution authorizing the execution of an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement between Salt Lake City Corporation and the Utah Department of Transportation to allow moving the East Jordan Canal to accommodate the street construction of I215-9.

(C 86-153)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Adopt.

 

7.    Industrial Development Revenue Bonds, TS 1 Partnership, Trolley Square.

Set a date for a public hearing to be held Tuesday, April 15, 1986 at 7:00 p.m. to obtain public comment concerning the issuance of Industrial Development Revenue Bonds in an amount not to exceed $9,500,000 for the renovation of the 224,129 square foot “Trolley Barn” and the 39,926 square foot “Theater Building”, plus certain parking facilities.

(Q 86-8)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Set date.

 

8.    Industrial Development Revenue Bonds, TS 2 Partnership, Trolley Square.

Set a date for a public hearing to be held Tuesday, April 15, 1986 at 7:00 p.m. to obtain public comment concerning the issuance of Industrial Development Revenue Bonds in an amount not to exceed $9,500,000 for the renovation of the 38,713 square foot “North Building” and the three (3) level parking structure to its west.

(Q 86-9)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Set date.

 

9.    Industrial Development Revenue Bonds, TS 3 Partnership, Trolley Square.

Set a date for a public hearing to be held Tuesday, April 15, 1986 at 7:00 p.m. to obtain public comment concerning the issuance of Industrial Development Revenue Bonds in an amount not to exceed $5,500,000 for the renovation of the 4,151 square foot “Sand House” and an underground parking structure.

(Q 86-10)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Set date.

 

E.          NEW COUNCIL BUSINESS:

 

1.    Reclassifications, Public Works.

Review the proposed reclassification of Transportation Division employees from pay class 222 to 315, 221 to 219 and 314 to 315, resulting in an estimated net increase in the base cost to the City of $3,423.00 for Fiscal Year 1986-87, and an increase of approximately $855.00 for FY 1985-86.

(B 86-6)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Review.

 

2.    Reclassification, Treasurer’s Office.

Review the proposed reclassification from pay class 211 to pay class 214 of the SID Clerk in the Treasurer’s Office. The reclassification will result in a base cost to the City of $1,184.00 for Fiscal Year 1986-87 and an increase of approximately $297.00 for FY 1985-86.

(B 86-7)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Review.

 

3.    Public Utilities Advisory Committee Appointment.

Consider and approve the appointment of Paul Keyser to the Public Utilities Advisory Committee.

(I 86-8)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:   Suspend the rules,

                approve on first reading.

 

4.    Community Development Action Loan Project.

Consider and adopt a motion approving the deletion of the 11th Year (1985-86) CDBC Community Development Action Loan Project and create a new project to continue implementation of the City’s Economic Development Strategies.

(T 86-8)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:   Suspend the rules,

                Adopt on first reading.

 

5.    Franchise agreement with U.S. Telecom.

Consider and approve a franchise agreement between U. S. Telecom and Salt Lake City Corporation allowing for the use of certain streets in Salt Lake City for the purpose of laying equipment to be used for telecommunications purposes.

(C 86-154)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Adopt.

 

F.          UNFINISHED COUNCIL BUSINESS:

 

1.    Petition No. 400-306, Hooper Knowlton, Devonshire Annexation.

Consider and adopt an ordinance recognizing the adoption of Amendment 14A to the Master Annexation Policy Declaration; extending the limits of Salt Lake City to include the “Devonshire Annex”; zoning the same Foothill Preservation, “P-1”, by amending the use district map as adopted by Section 51-12-2 of the Revised Ordinances of Salt Lake City, Utah, 1965, as amended; amending Salt Lake City Council District and School Precinct Boundary maps; and specifying conditions subsequent to said annexation.

(P 86-19)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Adopt.

 

2.    General Obligation Bond Election.

Consider and adopt a resolution supporting the issuance of General Obligation Bonds to fund the renovation of the Salt Lake City and County Building, and urging Salt Lake City residents to vote.

(R 86-1)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Adopt.

 

G.          PUBLIC HEARINGS:

 

1.    Special Improvement District No. 1313. - 6:00 p.m.

Obtain public protests and comment arising from the Notice of Intention to create Special Improvement District No. 1313 and assessments for improvements at an estimated cost of $414,550 to construct within the district 12-inch and 7-inch main sewer pipelines and 8-inch and 6-inch water pipelines and all other miscellaneous work necessary to complete the improvements in a proper workmanlike manner.

(Q 86-5)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:   Close hearing.  Refer

                                                        to Public Utilities for

                                                        tabulation of protests.

 

2.    Special Improvement District No. 40-R-10. - 6:00 p.m.

Obtain public protests and comments arising from the Notice of Intention to create Special Improvement District No. 40-R-10 and assessments for improvements for an estimated $2,371,524 to be constructed within the district consisting of the removal and reconstruction of deteriorated curb and gutter, sidewalk and driveways and appurtenances; the removal of illegal or non-standard driveways and paved surfaces in the park strip; the replacement of asphalt surfaces outside of the traveled way with concrete surfaces; the construction of minor drainage facilities; the construction of sidewalk ramps for the handicapped; the placement of top soil and/or sod; the removal of cutback (recessed) parking areas; the addition of property drains; the construction of a new curb, gutter and sidewalk where none previously existed and all other miscellaneous work necessary to complete the improvement in a proper workmanlike manner.

(Q 86-3)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:   Close hearing.  Refer

                                                        to City Engineer for

                                                        tabulation of protests.

 

3.    Special Improvement District No. 38-800. - 6:00 p.m.

Obtain public protests and comments arising from the Notice of Intention to create Special Improvement District No. 38-800 and assessments for improvements for an estimated $391,800 to be constructed within the district consisting of decorative sidewalks, new curbs and gutters, street landscaping, sprinkling systems, planters, improved street lighting and new storm drain facilities and all other miscellaneous work necessary to complete the improvements in a proper workmanlike manner.

(Q 86-4)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:   Close hearing.  Refer

                                                        to City Engineer for

                                                        tabulation of protests.

 

H.          ADJOURNMENT: