A. WORK SESSION: 3:00 p.m. in Room 326, City & County Building, 451 So. State St. (Agenda items scheduled during the Council's formal meeting may be discussed during the Work Session. Items from the following list that Council is unable to complete in Work Session from approximately 3:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. will be addressed in a Work Session setting following the Consent Agenda.)
1. (TIME CERTAIN 3:00 P.M.) The Council will receive a briefing regarding:
a. Salt Lake City’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the year ending June 30, 2009 and,
b. Auditor’s letters regarding internal controls and compliance.
2. The Council will receive a briefing from the Administration regarding Solar America Cities.
3. The Council will discuss proposed changes to the City’s zoning regulations relating to new development with multiple buildings on a lot or lots that do not meet the zoning district rules in which the development is located, Petition No. PLNPCM2009-00749 (City Code, Title 21A, Zoning - planned developments).
4. The Council will discuss proposed changes to the City’s zoning regulations intended to provide additional clarity and efficiency in land use regulation, Petition No. PLNPCM2008-00643 (City Code, Title 21A, Zoning).
This proposal includes the following five items:
a. Allow home day care and home occupations in residences within non-residential zoning districts except manufacturing districts.
b. Allow specialty housing type uses in the Mixed Use (MU) Zoning District. Specialty housing includes resident healthcare facilities, assisted living, nursing care, small and large group homes, adult and child day care, transitional victim and transitional treatment homes, and residential substance abuse treatment homes.
c. Allow wireless telecommunication facilities as accessory uses in the Mixed Use (MU) Zoning District.
d. Allow single-family and two-family dwellings as part of a mixed-use project in the Commercial Neighborhood (CN) Zoning District.
e. Allow corporate flags to be secured in order to prevent excessive movement, allow continual display of the flag and minimize the potential for interference with surrounding objects.
5. The Council will discuss proposed changes to the City’s zoning regulations intended to provide additional clarity and efficiency in land use regulation, Petition No. PLNPCM2009-00509 (City Code, Title 21A, Zoning).
This proposal includes the following four items:
a. Eliminate the requirement that institutional uses in the Manufacturing zones (M-1 and M-2) require a maximum lot size of two (2) acres.
b. Require the Planning Commission hold a minimum of one meeting per month.
c. Clarify that buildings in historic preservation overlays and landmark sites require certificate of appropriateness review even if a building permit is not required.
d. Time expiration for approval of a variance, special exception, conditional use, planned development, site plan review, or design review will expire if complete building plans have not been submitted to the Permits Office within 12 months of the approval, and specifies that time extensions require the applicant to demonstrate that circumstances have not changed on the site since the original approval.
6. The Council will receive a briefing regarding a proposal to sell approximately 3 acres of land located at Rose Park Golf Course, at approximately 1385 North 1200 West. (Item H2)
7. The Council will receive a briefing regarding an ordinance closing and declaring as surplus property a portion of Jefferson Street at 800 South Street, Petition No. PLNPCM2009-00434. (Item H3)
8. The Council will receive a briefing from the Civil Service Commission.
9. The Council will receive a briefing from the Golf Enterprise Fund Advisory Board.
10. (TENTATIVE) The Council will receive a follow-up briefing regarding a list of Legislative Issues for the 2010 State Legislative Session.
11. The Council will receive a briefing regarding an ordinance enacting temporary zoning regulations that would rezone properties on North Temple Street currently zoned Corridor Commercial (CC) and Community Shopping (CS) to Transit Corridor (TC-75). (Item F1)
11.12 Report of the Executive Director, including a review of Council information items and announcements.
B. OPENING CEREMONY:
Council Member Carlton Christensen will conduct the Formal Council Meetings during the month of February.
1. Pledge of Allegiance.
2. The Council will approve the minutes of January 12 and January 19, 2010.
C. PUBLIC HEARINGS:
1. Ordinance: Telecommunication Right of Way Permits
Accept public comment and consider adopting an ordinance amending Section 14.32.425, Subsection D, Salt Lake City Code, relating to the imposition of penalties and interest for non-payment of telecommunications right of way rental fees.
Staff Recommendation: Close and consider options.
2. Ordinance: Airport Parking Services/Parking Service Businesses License Tax
Accept public comment and consider adopting an ordinance amending Section 5.04.200, Salt Lake City Code, pertaining to the Airport parking services and other parking service businesses license tax, by reducing the time period for businesses to submit monthly reports and pay monthly levies from 45 days to 30, and by providing for late payment penalties and interest.
Staff Recommendation: Close and consider options.
D. POTENTIAL ACTION ITEMS:
1. Questions to the Mayor from the City Council.
2. Comments to the City Council. (Comments are taken on any item not scheduled for a public hearing, as well as on any other City business. Comments are limited to two minutes.)
F. NEW BUSINESS:
1. Ordinance: Temporary Zoning Regulation for properties along North Temple Street from
approximately 550 West to 2450 West
Consider adopting an ordinance enacting temporary zoning regulations that would rezone
properties on North Temple Street currently zoned Corridor Commercial (CC) and
Community Shopping (CS) to Transit Corridor (TC-75).
Staff Recommendation: Suspend the rules and adopt.
G. UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
1. Resolution: Wasatch Front Natural Hazard Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan
Consider adopting a resolution adopting the Wasatch Front Natural Hazard Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan, as required by Federal Disaster Mitigation and Cost Reduction Act of 2000.
Staff Recommendation: Adopt.
2. Resolution: Designating Special Assessment Area No. 109014; North Temple Viaduct
Consider adopting a resolution designating an assessment area to be known as the “Salt Lake City, Utah Special Assessment Area, (North Temple Viaduct) No. 109014 as described in the Notice of Intention to designating assessment area; authorizing the City Officials to proceed with the acquisition and construction of the improvements as described in the Notice of Intention; and related matters.
Staff recommendation: Adopt.
1. Ordinance: Budget Amendment No. 2 Fiscal Year 2009-2010
Adopt an ordinance confirming the Council's expressed intent to amend Salt Lake City Ordinance No. 17 of 2009 which adopted the final budget of Salt Lake City, Utah, for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2009 and ending June 30, 2010. (This relates to the curb and gutter replacement project on 900 South from 700 East to Windsor.)
Staff recommendation: Adopt ordinance confirming intent.
2. Property Conveyance: Set Date: Sell approximately 3-acres of property at Rose Park Golf Course, located on 1200 West between 1300 North and 1400 North
Set the date of March 2, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. to hold a joint hearing with the Mayor to accept public comment and consider an advisory vote regarding the proposed sale and removal of approximately 3-acres land from the Open Space Lands Program inventory located at Rose Park Golf Course, at approximately 1385 North 1200 West.
Staff recommendation: Set date.
3. Ordinance: Set Date: Jefferson Street Closure, Petition PLNPCM2009-00434
Set the date of March 2, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. to accept public comment and consider adopting an ordinance closing and declaring as surplus property a portion of Jefferson Street at 800 South Street pursuant to Petition PLNPCM2009-00434
Staff recommendation: Set date.