Work session 3 PM
Meeting 7 PM
See agenda below
6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Salt Lake County Government Center, Room N2-800
3932 South 500 East
Salt Lake County Government Center
See agenda below
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Moving Forward with Transition of Control
MILLCREEK. The feasibility study required by state law to leave the Municipal Services District ("MSD") will be ready before the end of this month and posted on the City's website at http://millcreek.utah.gov/notices/. Mayor Silvestrini and City Council members will visit each of the Community Council meetings during the first week of May to discuss the findings and listen to the community's thoughts about the study and the MSD.
The City Council will set a public hearing to take place most likely during the week of May 22nd. After considering the study and public input, the Council will determine whether to leave the MSD.
In the meantime, the City Council has invited representatives of many departments in the County to discuss the services they provide. Flood control, stormwater engineering, public works, animal services, and parks and recreation have been some of the highlights.
Mayor Silvestrini has been meeting regularly with county officials to ensure the continued delivery of good services to Millcreek. He has been exploring the possibilities of interlocal agreements directly with the County for street maintenance, snowplowing, animal services, parks, and courts. The City is also considering options for starting up in-house departments, including planning and economic development.
As always, Millcreek intends to continue to utilize the services of the Unified Police Department and the Unified Fire Authority.
The state tax commission and UDOT have been providing more accurate and detailed estimates concerning Millcreek's actual tax revenues.The Mayor is working on a tentative budget for 2017-18, which should be presented to the Council by the end of April. Stay tuned.
Control Your Stormwater
Storm drains flow directly into our streams--and thus impact the homes and recreation of many Millcreek residents. Guidelines are being developed to meet state law that requires cities to retain 90% of all stormwater onsite. Click here to check out the Watershed Watch Spring 2017 Newsletter. Learn about low impact development ("LID"), water quality, stream health, and how you can be a good stream steward.
Community Council Study
Millcreek has conducted a study pursuant to state law, Utah Code Section 10-8-2, so that distributions can be made to our four Community Councils. The results of the study can be found here. The City Council will hold a hearing on May 1, 2017 to discuss and consider a resolution to appropriate the funds.
Come Cheer the Salt Lake Marathoners!
Join the fun, and support world class runners and our community! Millcreek will be cheering on the runners at the city booth in front of Evergreen Jr High on Saturday, April 22nd from 7:00 AM to noon.
Let's have the loudest and best cheering section of the race. Smith's Marketplace is donating fruit for us to pass out to the runners, who really need a little boost by that leg of the race. Bring your family, friends or group and help us MAKE SOME NOISE!!
Please contact Rita Lund at 801-214-2707 or email@example.com and let us know you are coming. The more the merrier. Let's show the runners how great Millcreek is. See you there.
CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
Monday, April 10, 2017
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Millcreek City Council shall assemble for a meeting in the Conference Room of the Mt. Olympus Improvement District Offices located at 3932 South 500 East Millcreek, Utah.
3:00 PM - WORK SESSION: NOTICE: THE COUNCIL WILL BREAK AT 3:45 TO LEAVE FOR A FIELD TRIP TO SOUTH SALT LAKE CITY. ANY UNCOMPLETED WORK SESSION ITEMS WILL BE ADDRESSED WHEN THE WORK SESSION RESUMES AT APPROXIMATELY 5:30 P.M. AT MILLCREEK'S TEMPORARY OFFICES AT THE MT. OLYMPUS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT.
1. Reports from Salt Lake County
2. Discussion about RFP for engineering services
3. Discuss specifics of participation in Salt Lake Marathon
3:45 PM - Field trip to South Salt Lake City. The public is welcome to join the field trip at South Salt Lake City's offices at 220 East Morris Ave. (approx. 2500 So).
APPROX. 5:30 PM - WORK SESSION RESUMES (at Millcreek's temporary offices at the Mt. Olympus Improvement District):
4. Discussion about responses to HR Request for Proposal
5. Discussion about petition to expand restricted resident parking near Grandeur Peak trailhead
6. Continued discussion of municipal priorities
6:30 PM - BREAK: Dinner for Council provided on rotating basis, this week by Tara Whiting
7:00 PM - REGULAR MEETING:
1. Call to Order
1.1. Pledge of Allegiance
1.2. Approval of Minutes
2. Public Comment
Audience members may bring any item to the Mayor and Council's attention. Comments are subject to the Public Comment and Policy set forth below. State Law prohibits the Council from acting on items that do not appear on the agenda.
3.1. Report of the Mayor, reports of City Council members.
5. Consent Agenda
6. Planning Matters
6.1 Continued discussion and consideration of Application 30343 - Amend Title 19 Zoning, of the Millcreek Code of Ordinances, 2017, regarding the enactment of a new MD Zoning Ordinance, as initiated by the City of Millcreek. Presenters: John Janson and Spencer Hymas.
6.2 Discussion and consideration of Ord. No. ___ - Notifying the Public of a Pending Ordinance Regarding Changes to the Commercial Zone to Limit/Prohibit Self Storage Units, Residential Uses, Pawn Shops, Check Cashing Businesses, Tobacco Speciality Businesses, Tattoo Shops Uses in the C-1, C-2, and C-3 Zones
7. Financial Matters
8. Other Matters
8.1 Discussion and consideration of Resolution No. 17-__, authorizing and directing the Mayor to negotiate a contract with ___________ for the provision of human resource services
8.2. Discussion and consideration of Resolution No. 17-__ - authorizing and directing the Mayor to negotiate a contract with ___________ to provide city office space
8.3. Discussion and consideration of Resolution No. 17-__ authorizing and directing the Mayor to issue a Request for Proposals for Evaluating Millcreek's Withdrawal from the Salt Lake Valley Law Enforcement Service Area ('SLVLESA') while Continuing to Obtain Law Enforcement Services from the Unified Police District ('UPD')
8.4. Discussion and consideration of Resolution No. 17-___ Supporting and Approving Participation in the 2017 Utah Shakeout Day of Action on April 20, 2017
9. New Items for Subsequent Consideration
10. Calendar of Upcoming Events
MSD Board, 04/12/2017, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m., Salt Lake County Government Center
Council of the Whole meeting room
Envision Committee, 04/13/2017, 6 p.m., Mt. Olympus Improvement District offices, 3932 South 500 East
City Council, 4/17/17, 4 p.m. work session; 7 p.m. regular session, Mt. Olympus Improvement District offices, 3932 South 500 East
Mt. Olympus Community Council, 4/18/2017, 7 p.m., Churchill Jr. High, 3450 E. Oakview Drive
Planning Commission, 04/19/2017, 5 p.m., Salt Lake County Government Center
Neighborhood Watch, 04/20/17, 6:30 p.m., Mt. Olympus Improvement District offices, 3932 South 500 East
11. Closed Session (If Needed)
The Millcreek Council may temporarily recess the Council meeting to convene in a closed session to discuss the character, professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual, pending or reasonable imminent litigation, and the purchase, exchange, or lease of real property, as provided by Utah Code Annotated §52-4-205
PUBLIC COMMENT POLICY AND PROCEDURE: The purpose of public comment is to allow citizens to address items on the agenda. Citizens requesting to address the commission may be asked to complete a written comment form and present it to the acting city recorder. In general, the chair will allow an individual two minutes to address the Council. A spokesperson, recognized as representing a group in attendance, may be allowed up to five minutes. At the conclusion of the citizen comment time, the chair may direct staff to assist the citizen on the issue presented; direct the citizen to the proper administrative department(s); or take no action. This policy also applies to all public hearings. Citizens may also submit written requests (outlining their issue) for an item to be considered at a future council meeting. The chair may place the item on the agenda under citizen comments; direct staff to assist the citizen; direct the citizen to the proper administrative departments; or take no action.
I, Leslie Van Frank, acting City Recorder, certify the foregoing agenda was emailed to at least one a media correspondent, was posted on the Utah State Public Notice website and on Millcreek's website at http://millcreek,utah.gov, and was posted at the Mt. Olympus Improvement District Offices located at 3932 South 500 East Millcreek, Utah. Posted and dated no later than 9th day of April, 2017. /s/ Leslie Van Frank, Acting City Recorder
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Millcreek will make reasonable accommodation for participation in the meeting. Request assistance by contacting Leslie Van Frank, 801-541-8838, and provide at least 48 hours advance notice of the meeting.
Millcreek Planning Commission
Public Meeting Agenda
Wednesday, April 19, 2017 5:00 P.M.
SALT LAKE COUNTY GOVERNMENT CENTER
2001 SOUTH STATE STREET, ROOM N2-800
NORTH BUILDING, SECOND FLOOR
The Planning Commission Public Meeting is a public forum where the Planning Commission receives comment and recommendations from applicants, the public, applicable agencies and staff regarding land use applications and other items on the Commission's agenda. In addition, it is where the Planning Commission takes action on these items. Action may be taken which may include: approval, approval with conditions, denial, continuance or recommendation to other bodies as applicable
Approval of Rules of Procedure.
30278 - Steve Schaller requests preliminary plat approval for the proposed 1 Lot A. Rose Subdivision. Location: 735 West 4060 South. Zone: A-1 (Agricultural; 10,000 sq. ft. min. lot size). Community: Millcreek. Planner: Todd A. Draper, AICP.
29903 - Ron Spratling III is requesting permission to create a 2-lot subdivision. Parcel Area: .52 Acre. Location: 2368 East 3395 South. Zone: R-1-8. Community: East Mill Creek. Planner: Tom C. Zumbado.
30368 - David Hubbard is requesting a change of use to use an existing vacant retail property for a new grocery pick up service business. Location: 3701 South Highland Drive. Zone: C-2z/c. Community Council: East Mill Creek. Planner: Spencer Hymas
30385 - A Public Hearing will be held to consider new draft changes to the Commercial Zones 'C-1, C-2, C-3' zones within Millcreek. No zoning boundaries will be changed. The C-1, C-2, and C-3 zones are being updated and revised to reflect State Law and past issues. The proposed changes can be reviewed on the City's web site under 'Pending Zoning Amendment Proposals': https://millcreekut.org/planningzoning/pending-zoning-amendment-proposals. Planner: John Janson
30386 - A Public Hearing will be held to consider eliminating the Mixed Development 'MD-1' zone from the Zoning Ordinances of Millcreek. This zone has not been used in Millcreek and therefore is not needed to conduct City business. The current ordinance can be reviewed on the City's website under 'Zoning Ordinances' at https://millcreekut.org/planningzoning/pending-zoning-amendment-proposals. Planner: John Janson
30387 - A Public Hearing will be held to consider additions to the Definitions Chapter, 19.04, within Millcreek. The purpose of adding these new definitions is to further define use categories proposed as part of general ordinance updates and reformatting, occurring at this time. The ordinance can be reviewed on the City's website under 'Pending Zoning Amendment Proposals' at https://millcreekut.org/planningzoning/pending-zoning-amendment-proposals. Planner: John Janson
30388 - A Public Hearing will be held to consider amendments to the Millcreek Code of Ordinances Section 19.82.020 - Definitions- with respect to the definition of 'Existing Billboards ' to change the date used to determine existing billboards from 'prior to May 18, 2004,' to 'existing as of December 27, 2013,' and limiting the boundaries for existing billboards to the boundaries of the city as it was incorporated and Section 19.82.185B - Off-premises signs- Cap on Number of Off-Premises Signs to change the date used to limit the number of off-premise signs from May 18, 2004, to December 27, 2013 and limiting the boundaries for the number of off- premise signs to the boundaries of the city as it was incorporated. The current ordinance and amendments can be reviewed on the City's website at https://millcreekut.org/planningzoning/pending-zoning-amendment-proposals. Planner: John Janson
1) Approval of Minutes from the March 15, 2017 meetings.
2) Approval of Minutes from the April 4, 2017 C-1, C-2, and C-3 zone work session.
3) Ordinance Issues from today's meeting
4) Other Business Items (as needed)
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Millcreek will make reasonable accommodation for participation in the meeting. Request assistance by contacting Leslie Van Frank, 801-214-2706, firstname.lastname@example.org, at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting.