November 17, 2009

ADDENDUM

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.

 

 

A.  WORK SESSION: The Redevelopment Agency may convene at 3:00 5:30 p.m. The Council Work Session will begin at 3:00 p.m. or immediately following the Redevelopment Agency Meeting, 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 briefing. 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 from the Human Rights Commission.

2.  (TIME CERTAIN 3:15 P.M.) The Council will receive a briefing from the Library Board. (Item H4)

3.  The Council will receive a briefing regarding the Salt Lake City Library budget amendment. (Item H4)

4.  The Council will receive a follow-up briefing regarding a proposed agreement with Salt Lake County to operate the Sorenson Multi-Cultural Center. (Item C2) (Item D1)

5.  The Council will receive a briefing from Matrix Consulting Group regarding the findings of the Human Resources Audit.

6.  The Council will receive a briefing regarding a resolution adopting the 2009 Water Conservation Master Plan, as required by Section 73-10-32 of the Utah Code. (Item H1)

7.  The Council will receive a follow-up briefing regarding options for the Naming of City Assets Policy Ordinance.

8.  (TIME CERTAIN 5:00 P.M.) The Council will interview Dave Richards prior to consideration of his appointment to the Historic Landmark Commission. (Item H3) (Item H5)

9.  (TIME CERTAIN 5:15 P.M.) The Council will interview Thomas Carter prior to consideration of his appointment to the Historic Landmark Commission. (Item H4) (Item H6)

10.         (TIME CERTAIN 5:30 P.M.) The Council will interview Jerod G. Johnson prior to consideration of his appointment to the City & County Building Conservancy and Use Committee. (Item H5) (Item H7)

11.         The Council will receive a briefing on the Canvass of Votes provided by Salt Lake County from the November 3, 2009 Salt Lake City Municipal General Election and Special Bond Election. (Items G1, G2 and G3)

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

 

 

B.   OPENING CEREMONY:
Council Member Søren Simonsen will conduct the Formal Council Meetings during the month of November.

1.  Pledge of Allegiance.

 

C.  PUBLIC HEARINGS:

1.  Ordinance: Amending Northwest Community Master Plan Future Land Use Map for property located at approximately 356-358 North Redwood Road

    Accept public comment and consider adopting an ordinance amending the land use designation of the Northwest Community Master Plan Future Land Use Map for property located at approximately 356-358 North Redwood Road from Parks/Open Space to Medium Density Residential; Juston Puchar, Crestview Holdings (Petition No. 400-08-10).

    (P 09-19)

 

                            Staff Recommendation:   Close and consider options.

 

D.  PUBLIC HEARING ACTION ITEMS:

1.   Resolution: Sorenson Multi-Cultural Center

      Consider adopting a resolution authorizing an Interlocal Agreement for Salt Lake County to operate the Sorenson Multi-Cultural Center.

      (C 09-783)

 

    Staff Recommendation:                                Consider options.

 

2.   Ordinance: Table of Permitted and Conditional Uses Text Amendments, Social Clubs as a Conditional Use

Consider adopting an ordinance amending the text of Section 21A.32.140 Salt Lake City Code, Table of Permitted and Conditional Uses, to list social clubs as a conditional use in a Mixed Use (MU) zoning district, Petition PLNPCM2009-00045 (Jam in the Marmalade).

(P 09-18)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:            Consider options.

 

E.  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.)

 

F.  NEW BUSINESS:

(None)

 

G.   UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

1.   Board of Canvassers:  Certify the Canvass and Declare the Results of the Municipal General Election

The Board of Canvassers, which includes the Mayor and City Council, will Canvass and Declare the Results of the Municipal General Election held on Tuesday, November 3, 2009. The election was held for the offices of Council Members for Council Districts 1, 3, 5, and 7. The term for each of these positions is four years.

(U 09-2)

 

                            Staff Recommendation:   a.  The Council will consider a motion

                                                                to recess as the City Council;

                                                            b.  The Council and Mayor will then

                                                                consider a motion to convene as the

                                                                Board of Canvassers;

                                                            c.  The Board of Canvassers will canvass the returns and consider a motion declaring the results of the

                                                                    November        3, 2009 Municipal

                                                                    General Election;

                                                            d.  The Board of Canvassers

                                                                will consider a motion to adjourn

                                                                as the Board of Canvassers;

                                                            e.  The Council will consider a motion

                                                                to reconvene as the City Council.

 

2.   Canvass of the Results of the Special Bond Election

The City Council only will sit as the Board of Canvassers for the Special Bond Election held on Tuesday, November 3, 2009. The Special Bond Election was for the issuance of $125,000,000 General Obligation Bonds of the City to provide a public safety administration and operations building, an emergency operations center, and related facilities.

(U 09-2)

 

                            Staff Recommendation:   a.  The Council will consider a motion

                                                                to recess as the City Council;

                                                            b.  The Council will then consider

                                                                a motion to convene as the

                                                                Board of Canvassers for the

                                                                Special Bond Election;

                                                            c.  The Board of Canvassers will

                                                                canvass the results of the

                                                                 November 3, 2009

                                                                Special Bond Election;

                                                            d.  The Board of Canvassers

                                                                will consider a motion to

                                                                 adjourn as the

                                                                Board of Canvassers;

e.  The Council will consider a motion 

to reconvene as the City Council.

 

3.   Resolution: Finding and Promulgating the Results of the Special Bond Election

The City Council, as the governing body for the Special Bond Election, will consider adopting resolution finding and promulgating the results of a special bond election held in the City on the question of the issuance by the City of $125,000,000 of general obligation bonds to provide a public safety administration and operations building, an emergency operations center, and related facilities; and providing for related matters as the official findings required by 11-14-207(2)(a). 

(Q 09-6)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:  Adopt Resolution reflecting

                                                        the results of the Special Bond Election.

 

4.  Resolution: Notice of Intention Special Assessment Area (SAA) Central Business Improvement Area (CBIA) and Set Protest Hearing Date

    Set the protest hearing date of Tuesday, January 12, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. and consider adopting a resolution of the City Council of Salt Lake City, State of Utah (the "City"), designating an Assessment Area for the purpose of levying assessments against properties within the Assessment Area to continue to promote business activity and economic development in an area of Central Downtown Salt Lake City by assessing benefited properties within the Assessment Area for the costs of such economic promotion activities for a period of three years (the "Assessments"); to negotiate a contract with the Downtown Alliance to manage the Assessment Area; and to fix a time and place for protest against the Assessment Area and its assessment, and related matters.

      (Q 09-10)

 

    Staff recommendation:                                     Set date and adopt.

 

5.    Ordinance: Amendment to Layoff Ordinance- Chapter 2.52.120

        Consider adopting an ordinance amending a portion of Section 2.52.120, Layoffs, of the Salt Lake City Code.

    (O 09-38)         

 

    Staff Recommendation:                                    Consider options.

 

6.  Ordinance: Amendment to Employee Appeals Board Ordinance- Chapter 2.24

     Consider adopting an ordinance amending Chapter 2.24, Employee Appeals Board, of the Salt Lake City Code.

           (O 03-25)

 

                                Staff Recommendation:   Consider options.

 

 

H.  CONSENT:

1.  Set Date: Resolution: 2009 Water Conservation Master Plan

     Set the date of Tuesday, December 1, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. to accept public comment regarding a resolution adopting the 2009 Water Conservation Master Plan, as required by Section 73-10-32 of the Utah Code.

     (T 04-3)

 

    Staff Recommendation:                                Set date.

 

2.  Set Date: Ordinance: Landlord/Tenant Initiative

     Set the date of Tuesday, December 1, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. to accept public comment regarding a proposed ordinance enacting Chapter 5.15 of the Salt Lake City Code establishing the Landlord/Tenant Initiative Program and making related changes to Salt Lake City Code, Chapter 5.04 – Business Licenses, and Chapter 5.14 – Rental Dwellings.

      (O 09-39)

 

    Staff Recommendation:                                Set date.

 

3.   Set Date: Ordinance: Downtown Alcohol Establishment Spacing

      Set the date of Tuesday, December 1, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. to accept public comment regarding an ordinance amending Section 6.08.084, Salt Lake City Code, pertaining to spacing of brewpubs and microbreweries, exempting those located within both liquor District A and a D-1, D-2, D-3 or D-4 zone from the requirement that only one brewpub or microbrewery may be located on either side of a major street; and amending Section 6.08.120, Salt Lake City Code, setting forth location restrictions for class C beer licenses and class B and C private club licenses, to eliminate spacing restrictions between licensed establishments that are within both liquor District A and a D-1, D-2, D-3 or D4 zone.

      (O 09-40)

 

    Staff Recommendation:                                Set date.

 

4.   Set Date: Ordinance: Salt Lake City Library Operating and Capital Budget for Fiscal Year 2009-2010

      Set the date of Tuesday, December 1, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. to accept public comment regarding a ordinance amending the Salt Lake City Library operating and capital budget for the Fiscal Year 2009-10.

      (B 09-2)

 

    Staff Recommendation:                                Set date.

 

5.   Board Appointment: Dave Richards, Historic Landmark Commission
Consider approving the appointment of Dave Richards, to the Historic Landmark Commission for a term extending through July 14, 2012.

      (I 09-16)

 

    Staff Recommendation:                                Approve.

 

4.6. Board Appointment: Thomas Carter, Historic Landmark Commission
Consider approving the appointment of Thomas Carter, to the Historic Landmark Commission for a term extending through July 14, 2012.

      (I 09-16)

 

    Staff Recommendation:                                Approve.

 

5.7. Board Appointment: Jerod G. Johnson, City & County Building Conservancy and Use Committee
Consider approving the appointment of Jerod G. Johnson to the City & County Building Conservancy and Use Committee for a term extending through July 15, 2013.

      (I 09-8)

 

    Staff Recommendation:                                Approve.

 

 

I.  ADJOURNMENT: