May 10, 2005

Salt Lake City Council

 

AGENDA

 

City Council Chambers

City & County Building

451 South State Street, Room 315

Salt Lake City, Utah

7:00 p.m.

 

5:00 p.m., some Council Members may dine together in Room 126 at the City & County Building. 

(The room is open to the public.)

A.  WORK SESSION: 5:30 p.m., Room 326, City & County Building, 451 South State Street 

(Items from the following list that Council is unable to complete in Work Session from 5:30-6:55 p.m. will be addressed in a Work Session setting following the Consent Agenda.)

1.     The Council will interview Brian Snapp prior to consideration of his appointment to the Art Design Board.

2.     The Council will receive a briefing regarding the Mayor’s Recommended Budget for the Police Department for fiscal year 2005-06.

3.     The Council will receive a briefing regarding the Mayor’s Recommended Budget for the Public Services Department for fiscal year 2005-06.

4.     The Council will receive a briefing regarding Campaign Financial Disclosures.

5.     (Tentative) The Council will consider a motion to enter into Executive Session for the purpose of strategy sessions to discuss the purchase, exchange, or lease of real property when public discussion of the transaction would disclose the appraisal or estimated value of the property under consideration or prevent the public body from completing the transaction on the best possible terms, and to discuss pending or reasonably imminent litigation; pursuant to Utah Code Ann. § § 52-4-4, 52-4-5(1)(a)(iii) and 52-4-5(1)(a)(iv), and attorney-client matters that are privileged, pursuant to Utah Code Ann. § 78-24-8.

6.     (Tentative) The Council will consider a motion to enter into Executive Session, in keeping with Utah Code, to discuss labor negotiations, pursuant to Utah Code Ann. § § 52-4-4 and 52-4-5 (1)(a)(ii).

7.     The Council will receive a briefing regarding an overview of budget for fiscal year 2005-06. (written briefing, staff available to respond to questions)

8.     The Council will discuss budget follow-up issues.

9.     Report of the Executive Director, including a review of Council information items and announcements.

 

B.   OPENING CEREMONY:

Council Member Eric Jergensen will preside over the Formal Council Meetings during the
month of May.

1.       Pledge of Allegiance.

 

C.  PUBLIC HEARINGS

1.  Ordinance – Petition No. 400-02-42, rezone properties at 238  and 250 West 600 North from Residential Multi-Family RMF35 to Special Development Pattern SR-1 and amend the Capitol Hill Community Master Plan

Accept public comment and consider adopting an ordinance rezoning properties located at 238 and 250 West 600 North from Residential Multi-Family (RMF-35) to Special Development Pattern Residential (SR-1), and amending the future land use map of the Capitol Hill Master Plan.

(P 05-12)             

                        Staff Recommendation:   Close and consider options.

 

2.  Ordinance – Petition No. 400-04-18, Planning Commission request to amend Section 21A.42.070, pertaining to permitted temporary uses

Accept public comment and consider adopting an ordinance to amend the Temporary Use Section of the Zoning Ordinance and remove regulations that require permits for movie and film locations to be reviewed by the Development Review Team. Salt Lake City Code, Section 21A.42.070.

(O 05-3)              

                        Staff Recommendation:   Close and consider options.

 

D.  COMMENTS

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.)

 

E.  NEW BUSINESS:

    (None)

 

F.  UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

1.  Resolution: authorize the issuance and sale of Water and Sewer Improvement and Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series 2005

Adopt a resolution authorizing the issuance and confirming the sale of up to $13,000,000 aggregate principal amount of Water and Sewer Improvement and Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series 2005 of the City; authorizing the execution and delivery of certain documents relating to such bonds; and providing for related matters.

(Q05-5)

                        Staff Recommendation:   Adopt.

 

G. CONSENT:

1.  Board appointment: Maralee Lassiter, Art Design Board

Consider approving the appointment of Maralee Lassiter, to the Art Design Board for a term extending through March 8, 2008.

(I 05-16)

                        Staff Recommendation:   Approve.

 

2.  Property Conveyance: Property Exchange between Gillmor Family and Salt Lake City Department of Airports

Consider requesting that the Administration hold a hearing regarding a request by the Airport to convey a 620 acre parcel of property (approximately located between 6300 and 7400 West and 1650 and 2550 North) and acquire a 116 acre parcel of land (approximately located at 2200 North 3200 West). Trail and conservation easements will be placed on the land being conveyed, and the Airport will utilize the acquisition property to ensure land use compatibility with Airport operations. Local, State and Federal environmental groups have reviewed the proposal, and are supportive of this request. Difference in land value will be primarily paid by the Airport, except for the purchase of the trail easements, which will be paid from the Salt Lake City General Fund. (Refer to Work Session briefing on May 3, 2005 for more information.)

(P05-13)

                        Staff Recommendation:   Do not call for hearing.

 

3.  Resolutions - Set Date - Small Business Revolving Loan Fund Budget, Housing Trust Fund Budget, and Contributions to non-profit organizations during Fiscal Year 2005-06
Set the date of May 24, 2005 at 7:00 p.m. to accept public comment and consider adopting resolutions pertaining to the following contributions and Funds:

a.  Resolution accepting the study performed in compliance with the Utah Code Section 10-8-2, and authorizing a proposed budget appropriation for a contribution of $8,000,000 to the Salt Palace renovation for Fiscal Year 2005-06;
(R05-5)

b.  Resolution accepting the study performed in compliance with the Utah Code Section 10-8-2, and authorizing a proposed budget appropriation for a contribution of $64,000 to the Road Home for the emergency winter overflow shelter for Fiscal Year 2005-06;
(R05-6)

c.  Resolution accepting the study performed in compliance with the Utah Code Section 10-8-2, and authorizing a proposed budget appropriation for a contribution of $15,000 to the Downtown Alliance for “First Night” celebrations for Fiscal Year 2005-06;
(R05-7)

d.  Resolution accepting the study performed in compliance with the Utah Code Section 10-8-2, and authorizing a proposed budget appropriation for a contribution of $118,000 to the Salt Lake City Housing Authority for transitional housing for Fiscal Year 2005-06;
(R05-8)

e.  Resolution accepting the study performed in compliance with the Utah Code Section 10-8-2, and amending the criteria upon which loans from the Small Business Revolving Loan Fund may be made during Fiscal Year 2005-06 and approving a proposed budget appropriation for the Small Business Revolving Loan Fund for Fiscal Year 2005-06; and
(R05-9)

f.   Resolution accepting the study performed in compliance with the Utah Code Section 10-8-2, and establishing criteria upon which loans from the Housing Trust Fund may be made during Fiscal Year 2005-06 and approving a proposed budget appropriation for the Housing Trust Fund of Salt Lake City for Fiscal Year 2005-06.
(R05-10
)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:   Set date

 

H.   ADJOURNMENT: