November 8, 1994

 

SALT LAKE CITY COUNCIL

 

AGENDA

 

CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER

CITY AND COUNTY BUILDING

451 SOUTH STATE STREET, ROOM 315

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH

 

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1994

6:00 P.M.

 

A. BRIEFING SESSION:

 5:30 - 5:55 p.m., Room 325, City and County Building, 451 South State Street.

 

 1. Report of Executive Director.

 

B. OPENING CEREMONIES:

 

 1. Pledge of Allegiance.

 2. Approval of November 1, 1994 minutes.

 3. Consider adopting a joint resolution with the Mayor honoring Lillie Flemings.

 

C. COMMENTS:

 

 1. Questions to the Mayor from the Council.

 2. Citizen comments to the Council.

 

D. CONSENT:

 

 1. Ordinance: Salt Lake City Central Business Improvement District

 Consider adopting an ordinance confirming the assessment roll, as modified based upon the recommendations of the Board of Equalization and review, and levying an assessment against certain properties in the Central Downtown Business District known as Salt Lake City, Utah Central Business Improvement District No. DA-8690B for the purpose of paying the costs of economic promotion activities, including administrative expenses, within the district; establishing the effective date of this ordinance; and related matters.

 (Q 94-8)

 

            Staff Recommendation:                     Adopt.

 

 E. NEW BUSINESS:

 1. Resolution: Interlocal Youth Offender

 Consider adopting a Resolution authorizing the execution of an interlocal cooperation agreement between Salt Lake City Corporation and the Third District juvenile Court.

 (C 94-616)

 

                                 Staff Recommendation:                    Suspend and Adopt.

 

 2. Resolution: Golf Course Season Pass

 Consider adopting an ordinance amending section 15.16.041 of the Salt Lake City Code relating to golf season pass use at selected courses on Friday mornings.

 (R 94-8)

 

            Staff Recommendation.                     Suspend and Adopt.

 

 3. Legislative Action: Councilmember Godfrey

 Consider adopting an ordinance modifying the City's planned unit development requirements to establish a mechanism or process to define the ability and willingness of property owners to accept long term financial responsibility for streets and other infrastructure.

 (0 94-32)

 

Staff Recommendation:                                                                                                         Refer to Administration and

                                                request ordinance by February

                                                11, 1995.

 

 4. Legislative Action: Councilmember Alan Hardman

 Residency Requirement For New Police Hires

 Consider adopting an ordinance ~stabli5hing a City residency requirement for police officers hired after December 15, 1994.

 (0 94-30)

 

 Staff Recommendation:                    Refer to Administration for drafting

                                          and to December 13 Council meeting

                                          for consideration.

 

 5. Legislative Action: Councilmember Sam Souvall

 Incentives for Police Officers

 Consider adopting a motion requesting that the Administration enhance and expand its existing incentive program to encourage sworn police employees to reside within the jurisdictional limits of Salt Lake City by adding additional components to the program; and making sworn police employees residing in the City the number one economic development priority for the City.

 (G 94-18)

 

 Staff Recommendation:                    Refer to Administration and request

                                                                                                                 update by February 1, 1995.

 

F. UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

 

 1. Resolution: Parkview Plaza

 Consider adopting Resolution authorizing changes to the urban development action grant agreement, industrial revenue bonds and other related agreements between Salt Lake City and Parkview Plaza Associates.

 (C 94-660)

      Staff Recommendation:                     Adopt.

 

 2. Resolution: Floating/Fixed Rate Industrial Development Revenue Bonds

 (Parkview Plaza)

 Consider adopting a resolution authorizing and approving all documents, instruments, actions, and matters necessary or appropriate for, or pertaining to, the remarketing and delivery of Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, Floating Fixed Rate Industrial Development Revenue Bonds, 1984 Series

 

 (Parkview Plaza Associates Project) in the aggregate principal amount of $6,350,000 and providing for related matters.

 (Q 94-10)

 

            Staff Recommendation:                     Adopt.

 

 3. Reconsideration: Councilmember Roselyn Kirk

 planned Development Text Ordinance

 Consider adopting an ordinance amending portions of Chapters 21.78, 21.22, 21.28, 21.32, 21.04 and 21.10 providing a process for the approval of planned developments.

 (0 94-28)

 

                                 Staff Recommendation:              Reconsider and adopt ordinance.

 

G. PUBLIC HEARINGS:

 

 1. Ordinance: Petition No. 400-94-18 (Nixon)

 Accept public comment and consider adopting an ordinance vacating a portion of a north/south alley behind 1009 South 1400 East.

 (P 94-207)

 

  Staff Recommendation:             Close and adopt.

 

 2. Ordinance: (S.L.C. Community & Economic Development)

 Accept public comment and consider adopting an ordinance regulating development of properties in noisy areas subject to the construction of noise walls or other noise mitigation.

 (0 94-25)

 

            Staff Recommendation:         Cancel hearing and refer to

                                                                                                                 November 15, 1994 Council meeting.

 

 3. Ordinance: Petition No. 400-93-107 (Carver)

 Accept public comment and consider adopting an ordinance vacating an east/west alley between 1000 East and McClelland Street and between 2100 South and Hollywood Avenue.

 (P 94-221)

 

                                                      Close and adopt.

      Staff Recommendation:

 

 4. Ordinance: Petition No. 400-94-75 (Sunnyside East Community Council)

 Accept public comment and consider adopting an ordinance renaming Ninth South Circle to Ninth South (900 South) ending in a cul-de-sac after Woodruff Way to be named Ninth South Circle.

 (P 94-217)

 

      Staff Recommendation:                           Close and adopt.

 

H. ADJOURNMENT: