November 18, 1986

 

SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL

AGENDA

SUITE 301, CITY HALL

CITY AND COUNTY BUILDING

451 SOUTH STATE STREET

 

Tuesday, November 18, 1986

6:00 p.m.

 

A.          BRIEFING SESSION: 4:30 - 5:55 p.m., Room 211 City Hall, City and County Building.

 

1. Report of the Executive Director.

2. Dick Fox will brief the Council on the effects of the new tax law to SID bondings.

 

B.          OPENING CEREMONIES:

 

1. Invocation.

2. Pledge of Allegiance.

3. Approval of the minutes.

4. The Mayor and City Council will present the November Tourism Ambassador of the Month Award to Margaret “Peg” Fitzpatrick.

 

C.          COMMENTS:

 

1. Questions to the Mayor.

2. Citizen Comments.

 

D.          CONSENT:

 

1.    Petition No. 400-471, Central Business Improvement District.

Set a date for a public hearing to be held Tuesday, December 9, 1986 at 7:00 p.m. to obtain public comment concerning a request from the Central Business Improvement District to change 300 South Street to “Broadway 300 South” between West Temple and Fifth East.

(P 86-311)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Set date.

 

2.    Petition No. 400-366 (A, B, F, G,) Capitol Hill Community Council.

Set a date for a public hearing to be held Tuesday, December 9, 1986, at 6:45 p.m. to obtain public comment concerning a request from the Capitol Hill Community Council to rezone property located within the Capitol Hill Community, petition areas “A”, “B”, “F”, and “G”.

(P 86-312)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Set date.

 

3.    Avenues Community Master Plan Update.

Set a date for a public hearing to be held Tuesday, December 9, 1986, to obtain public comment concerning the Avenues Community Master Plan Update.

(T 86-35)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Set date.

 

4.    Petition No. 400-444, Erv Wilfred and Harold Egan, Jr.

Set a date for a public hearing to be held Tuesday, December 16, 1986, at 6:30 p.m. to obtain public comment concerning a request from Erv Wilfred and Harold Egan, Jr. for Salt Lake City to vacate that portion of an alley running from Richards Street west 144 feet to where it intersects a north/south alley in the block north of 2100 South Street.

(P 86-314)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Set date.

 

5.    Petition No. 400—366 (C, D, E), Capitol Hills Community Council.

Set a date for a public hearing to be held Tuesday, December 16, 1986, to obtain public comment concerning a request form the Capitol Hills Community Council to rezone property located within the Capitol Hills Community, petition areas “C”, “D”, and “E”.

(P 86-313)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Set date.

 

6.    Industrial Development Revenue Bond, Landmark Hotel.

Set a date for a public hearing to be held Tuesday, December 9, 1986 at 7:05 p.m. to obtain public comment concerning the issuance of Industrial Development Revenue Bonds in an amount not to exceed $8,800,000 for the acquisition and renovation of an existing hotel of approximately 190 rooms located at 1659 West North Temple in Salt Lake City, Utah by Landmark Hotel, Corp., a Kansas Corporation, or an entity affiliated therewith.

(Q 86-18)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Set date.

 

E.          NEW COUNCIL BUSINESS:

 

1.    National League of Cities Convention.

Consider adopting, with the Mayor, a joint resolution supporting a bid by Salt Lake City to host the 1990 National League of Cities Convention.

(R 86-1)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:   Suspend rules and adopt

                                                        on first reading.

 

2.    Section 20-14-11.

Consider adopting an ordinance repealing Section 20-14-11 of the Revised Ordinances of Salt Lake City, 1965, as amended, prohibiting entertainment in restaurants or public dining rooms during certain hours.

(O 86-35)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:   Refer to Committee of the

                                                        Whole.

 

3.    Historical Landmarks Committee Board Appointment and Reappointments.

Consider appointing Lyle Knudsen, and reappointing Edmund Allen, Peter DuP. Emerson, Louis Ulrich, and Michael Stansky to the Historical Landmarks Committee.

(I 86-21)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:   Refer to Consent Agenda.

 

4.    Central Business Improvement District Board Appointment.

Consider appointing William Cutting to fill the unexpired term of Jess Agraz on the Central Business Improvement District Board.

(I 86-14)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:   Refer to Consent Agenda.

 

5.    Utah Air Travel Commission Board Reappointment.

Consider reappointing Van Ross to the Utah Air Travel Commission.

(I 86-22)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:   Refer to Consent Agenda.

 

6.    Planning Commission Reappointments.

Consider reappointing Tom Ellison, George Nicolatus, and John Schuman to the Planning Commission.

(I 86-24)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:   Refer to Consent Agenda.

 

7.    Tracy Aviary Board Reappointment.

Consider reappointing Rendell Mabey and Virginia Walton to the Tracy Aviary Board.

(I 86-19)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:   Refer to Consent Agenda.

 

F.          UNFINISHED COUNCIL BUSINESS:

 

1.    Special Improvement District, 38-800.

Consider adopting a resolution appointing members of the Board of Equalization and Review for Special Improvement District 200 South Street beautification curb and gutter extension No, 38-800, scheduling hearings and providing for notice of the hearings of the Board of Equalization and Review and providing for the availability of assessment rolls.

(Q 86-4)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Adopt.

 

2.    Special Improvement District, 38-750.

Consider adopting a resolution appointing members of the Board of Equalization and Review for Special Improvement District curb and gutter extension No. 38-750 (non-contiguous streets), scheduling hearings and providing for notice of the hearings of the Board of Equalization and Review and providing for the availability of assessment rolls.

(Q 84-1)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Adopt.

 

3.    Special Improvement Districts, 40-R-6 & 38-760.

Consider adopting a resolution approving the Official Notice of Bond Sale and the Abbreviated Notice of Sale, the Official Statement for the $94,000 Special Assessment Bonds, Series 1986, of Salt Lake City, Utah, Special Improvement District Curb and Gutter Extension No. 38-760 (900 North, Redwood - Starcrest Street), and for the $512,000 Special Assessment Bonds, Series 1986, of Salt Lake City, Utah, Special Improvement District Concrete Replacement No. 40-R-6 (50/50 concrete replacement, non-contiguous streets), and authorize publication of the abbreviated notice of sale; and related matters.

(Q 85-2)(Q 84-5)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Adopt.

 

4.    Kroh Annexation.

Consider adopting an ordinance recognizing the adoption of amendment 5B to the Master Annexation Policy Declarations; extending the limits of Salt Lake City to include the “Kroh Annex” as requested in petition No. 400-449; zoning the same commercial “C-3A” by amending the use district map as adopted by Section 51-12-1 of the Revised Ordinances of Salt Lake City, Utah, 1965, as amended.

(P 86-283)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Adopt.

 

5.    El Centro Civico Mexicano.

Consider adopting a motion releasing $150,000 in 10th Year CDBG funds to El Centro Civico Mexicano for rehabilitation of their community center.

(T 86-30)(T 86-10)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:   Adopt motion removing

                                                        Legislative Intent.

 

G.          PUBLIC HEARINGS:

 

1.    Industrial Development Revenue Bonds, Redman Building. - 6:25 p.m.

Obtain public comment and consider adopting a Resolution of inducement to finance the acquisition of land and an existing building formerly known as Redman Storage Building, located at 1240 East 2100 South, Salt Lake City, Utah, and the renovation, furnishing, equipping and improvement of said building to be owned by Perry Development Property Inc. Said Industrial Development Revenue Bonds in an amount up to $2,500,000.

(Q 86-17)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:   Close hearing and adopt.

 

2.    Block 59a, Pierpont Plan. - 6:30 p.m.

Obtain public comment concerning the adoption of the Pierpont Block Redesign Plan illustrating how new development and infrastructure improvements could compliment private redevelopment of the block.

(T 86-31)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Close hearing.

 

3.    Petition No. 400-466, Dan Lundergan. - 6:45 p.m.

Obtain public comment concerning a request from Dan Lundergan requesting that the east-west alley adjacent to his hone at 926 McClelland Street be vacated according to Petition No. 400-466.

(P 86-286)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Close hearing.

 

4.    Petition No. 400-426, Michael and Marianne Moffit - et al. - 7:00 p.m.

Obtain public comment concerning a request from Michael and Marianne Moffit - et al. requesting Salt Lake City to vacate an alley known as “Ashton Avenue” located between Hannibal Street and approximately 1875 East Street according to Petition No. 400-426.

(P 86-284)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Close hearing.

 

5.    Landmark Appeal, Jensen. - 7:10 p.m.

Obtain public comment concerning an appeal of the Planning Commission decision to uphold the Landmark Committee’s action to deny Case No. 626 at 256 North Vine Street by Randall K. Jensen, requesting the use of vinyl siding in a historic district.

(P 86-285)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:         Close hearing and deny.

 

6.    Ambulance Rate Increase. - 7:15 p.m.

Obtain public comment concerning an increase in the basic life support rate from $100.00 to $120.00 and the mileage rate from $5.00 to $5.50 per mile and the institution of a “paramedic ambulance transfer” rate of $240.00 per transfer for Gold Cross Services, Inc.

(O 86-33)

 

Staff Recommendation:         Close Hearing and adopt an ordinance amending Section 44-7-1 relating to ambulance rates and charges. Recommend Council decision be based on outcome of State EMS Committee Rate hearing.

 

7.    Rick Warner, UDAG. - 7:30 p.m.

Obtain public comment concerning an Urban Development Action Grant Application by Rick Warner Ford Corporation from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for the development of an Automobile Sales Mall & Plaza located on the blocks between 700 and 800 South and West Temple and 200 West Streets in Salt Lake City, Utah.

(T 86-29)

 

Staff Recommendation:         Close Hearing and adopt a resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute the Rick Warner Urban Development Action Grant application.

 

8.    Recodification. - 7:45 p.m.

Obtain public comment concerning an ordinance amending Chapters 1 and 2 and repealing Chapter 3 of Title 100 relating to animals and fowl; amending Chapters 2, 15, 17, and 19 of Title 2 relating to aeronautics; amending Chapter 2 of Title 6 relating to unused grave lots; repealing Title 7 relating to City Courts; repealing Title 10 relating to development services; repealing Section 9-4-4 relating to itinerant entertainment; Repealing Sections 14-2-1 through 14-2-7 relating to the fire department; amending Section 15-2-3.10 relating to insurance requirements for public display of fireworks; repealing Sections 17-1-5, 17-1-6, 17-1-7, 17-1-8 and 17-3-7 relating to the Board of Health; repealing Chapter 1 of Title 18 and reenacting in place thereof Sections 18-1-1 and 18-1-2 and repealing Sections 4 through 13, 22 through 26 and 33 through 36 of Chapter 2, Title 18 relating to health regulations; amending Section 18-2-14(2)(A) relating to refuse containers; amending Section 18-2-19 relating to befouling gutters and ditches; repealing Chapters 3 through 21, 23, 24, 27, 28, 30 and 31 of Title 18 relating to miscellaneous health regulations; repealing Sections 1 through 33, 35 through 38, 41, 43, 45 through 48 and 50 through 58 of Chapter 25 of Title 18 and amending Section 18-32-6(A) relating to health regulations; amending Sections 19-1-6, 19-3-15, 19-4-3, 19-4-6, 19-4-12 and repealing Chapter 6 of Title 19 relating to intoxicating liquors; amending Sections 20-1-23 through 20-1-32 relating to business and regulatory license hearings; amending Section 20-3-11 relating to business license exemptions; amending Chapter 4 of Title 20 relating to advertising: amending Section 20-7-10 relating to examination of licensing instruments; amending Chapter 13 of Title 20 relating to private detectives; amending Chapter 14 of Title 20 relating to restaurants; amending Chapter 20 of Title 20 relating to theaters and concerts; repealing Sections 20-25-3 and 20-25-4 relating to sale of motor vehicles and closing of motor vehicle dealers on Sundays; amending Chapter 37 of Title 20 relating to escort services; amending Chapter 11 of Title 24 relating to City contracts; amending Chapter 12 of Title 24 relating to contracting for professional services; amend Chapters 11 and 11A of Title 25 relating to Personnel Administration; repealing Chapter 21 of Title 25 relating to Advisory Boards; amending Chapter 27 of Title 25 relating to campaign financing disclosure; amending Chapter 1 of Title 26 relating to ordinances; amending Title 27 relating to Parks; amending Title 30 relating to police department; amending Chapter 1 of Title 32 relating to offenses involving persons and public peace; amending Chapter 2 of Title 32 relating to offenses involving morals; amending Chapter 3 of Title 32 relating to offenses involving property; amending Chapter 5 of Title 32 relating to gambling and gaming; amending Chapters 1 and 2 of Title 33 relating to City owned property and amending Section 33-3-5 relating to signs on City owned vehicles; amending Chapter 3 of Title 38 relating to sidewalk regulations; amending Title 41 relating to streets and bridges; amending Title 42 relating to subdivisions and platting; amending Title 43 relating to taxicabs; amending Title 44 relating to ambulances; amending Title 46 relating to traffic rules and regulations; repealing Title 50 relating to weights, measures and petroleum; and amending Title 51 relating to zoning.

(O 86-34)

 

                        Staff Recommendation:   Close Hearing and adopt.

 

H.          ADJOURNMENT: