Salt Lake City Council
City Council Chambers
City & County Building
451 South State Street, Room 315
Salt Lake City, Utah
A. WORK SESSION: 4:45 p.m. or immediately following the Redevelopment Agency Meeting. Room 326, City & County Building, 451 So. State St. (Items from the following list that Council is unable to complete in Work Session from approximately 4:00 – 6:30 p.m. will be addressed in a Work Session setting following the Consent Agenda.)
1. The Council will receive a briefing regarding Sidewalk Replacement Special Assessment Area (SAA) Job No. 102154 (Item F1).
2. The Council will receive a briefing regarding the Collective Bargaining Joint Resolution (Item F2).
3. The Council will receive a briefing from Beth Elder, Library Director regarding the Salt Lake City Library Strategic Plan.
4. The Council will receive a briefing from Beth Elder, Library Director regarding the Salt Lake City Library Boiler Plant Costs.
5. The Council will interview Michael R. Fife prior to consideration of his appointment to the Planning Commission.
6. TENTATIVE The Council will interview Angela Dean prior to consideration of her appointment to the Planning Commission.
7. The Council will interview Benjamin Jordan Rivkind prior to consideration of his appointment to the Open Space Lands Advisory Board.
8. TENTATIVE The Council will interview Edward E. Radford prior to consideration of his appointment to the Board of Adjustment.
9. The Council will interview Dagmar Vitek prior to consideration of her appointment to the Mosquito Abatement District.
10. The Council will receive a briefing from Natalie Rees of Salt Lake County Water regarding the County Water Quality Stewardship Plan.
11. TENTATIVE The Council will receive a briefing regarding the list of Legislative Issues for the 2009 State Legislative Session.
12. The Council will receive a briefing from University of Utah Urban Planning students regarding findings made for the Glendale Small Area Plan.
13. The Council will receive a briefing from Abbie Vianes, Drug Free Communities Coalition Coordinator regarding Drug Free Communities Grant accomplishments of the past five years, the initiatives planned for the next five years, and the current drug trends in Salt Lake City.
14. Report of the Executive Director, including a review of Council information items and announcements.
City Council Chair Carlton Christensen will conduct the Formal Council Meetings during the month of January.
1. Pledge of Allegiance.
2. Mayor Ralph Becker will present the annual State of the City Address.
3. The Council will approve the minutes of January 6, 2009.
C. PUBLIC HEARINGS:
1. 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.)
E. NEW BUSINESS:
F. UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
1. Resolution: Notice of Intention for Sidewalk Replacement Special Assessment Area (SAA) Job No. 102154 and Set Protest Hearing Date
Consider setting a protest hearing date of March 10, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. and adopting a resolution to (A) finance the cost of certain infrastructure improvements consisting of sidewalks, pavement, curb and gutter, driveway approaches, and all other miscellaneous work necessary to complete the improvements in a proper and workmanlike manner; (B) defray the cost and expenses of improvements by assessments to be levied against the properties benefited by such improvements; and (C) provide notice of intention to designate an assessment area to authorize such improvements and to fix a time and place for protests against such improvements or the designation of said assessment area; and related matters.
Staff recommendation: Adopt resolution and set protest hearing date of March 10, 2009 at 7:00 p.m.
2. Joint Resolution: Collective Bargaining and
The Council will consider adopting a joint resolution recognizing Salt Lake City’s existing relationship with the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, Local 1004, AFL-CIO (“AFSCME”); the International Association of Firefighters Local 1645, AFL-CIO (“IAFF”); and the Salt Lake Police Association, International Union of Police Associations, Local 75, AFL-CIO (“SLPA”), authorizing the continuation of those relationships, recognizing the role collective bargaining plays in those relationships and establishing the guidelines for collective bargaining.
Staff recommendation: Adopt.