Work session 4 p.m.
Regular meeting 7 p.m.
(note later start time for regular meeting)
See agenda below
03/06/17, 5 p.m.
Special work meeting to consider MD Zone draft
Salt Lake County Government Center, 2001 S. State, N3-600
03/07/2017, 6:30 p.m.
Millcreek Activity Cntr, 1025 E. 4405 So.
-Mt. Olympus CC
03/07/2017, 7:00 p.m.
Churchill Jr. High, 3450 E. Oakview Ave.
03/08/2017, 6 p.m.
Salt Lake County Government Center
Council of the Whole meeting room
03/09/2017, 6 p.m.
City Hall, 3932 S. 500 E
03/09/2017, 6 pm
3153 So. 900 E.
More details here
Here is a list of Millcreek businesses renewing or obtaining licenses last week. Shop local.
Rep. Patrice Arent and Mayor Jeff Silvestrini, working for you at the Utah Legislature this session.
Send us your articles, photos of Millcreek, and ideas, for use in this newsletter and in the City's monthly mailer.
GRANDEUR PEAK TRAILHEAD PERMIT PARKING COMING BEFORE CITY COUNCIL
MILLCREEK. Grandeur Peak is a popular hike for many throughout Salt Lake County, and the trailhead at the north end of Wasatch Blvd is heavily used. Unfortunately, the increase in parking has created many issues for the neighborhood.
In July 2015, Salt Lake County implemented a year-long pilot program to restrict street parking in the area to residents. Over the course of the next year, the County conducted a study, the results of which can be found here. After two public hearings during the summer of 2016, the County striped new parking spaces along Wasatch Blvd near the trailhead. It also extended the pilot program until such time as the leaders of the newly formed city of Millcreek could address whether the program should or should not continue.
Millcreek's City Council will hear these issues at a special meeting and public hearing on Tuesday, March 21st at Churchill Jr. High, at 7 p.m.
This will be your opportunity to provide the council with reasons to retain the resident parking permanently or terminate the restrictions.
Map of restricted parking area.
RFP for HR Services Released
MILLCREEK. Millcreek has released a Request for Proposals to obtain comprehensive "turnkey" human resource services. A copy of the RFP can be found here. The deadline for responses is March 23rd at 4 pm.
ENVISION COMMITTEE MEETS THIS COMING THURSDAY
MILLCREEK. The Envision Millcreek Committee will meet in a public meeting at City Hall on Thursday, March 9th. The committee is comprised of citizen volunteers who are designing and will steer the process of preparing a new general plan for our city. The population of Salt Lake County will double in the next 50 years. Where do we want growth to occur? What do we change and what do we preserve? The Envision Millcreek Committee will design and steer the process of getting residents out to participate in visioning what Millcreek will be like in the next 10 to 20 years.
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City Council Agenda
Monday, March 6, 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.
Please note time change below for regular meeting.
4:00 PM – Work Session:
1. Report from John Jansen on planning matters
2. Discussion with Taylorsville Mayor Larry Johnson and City Administrator John Taylor
3. Discussion with Salt Lake County Public Works Operations Director Kevyn Smeltzer
4. Report by Dave Spatafore on current legislative session
5. Presentation by Amber DeBirk from Millcreek Arts Council
6. Presentation by Pam Roberts from Wasatch Front Waste and Recycling
7. Discussion of schedule for meetings
8. Preliminary discussion of responses to RFP for website
9. Report by Leslie Van Frank of publication of RFP for HR Services
10. Continued discussion of municipal priorities
6:30 PM – Break:
Dinner for Council provided on rotating basis, this week by Bev Uipi
7:00 PM – Regular Meeting:
1. Call to Order
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.
3.2 Report from Unified Police
5. Consent Agenda
6. Planning Matters
6.1 Discussion and consideration of Ord. No. 17-__ - Planning Application 30277 filed by Nathan Anderson and Jon Jones, requesting a rezone from R-2-6.5 to C-3. Location: 1257 and 1253 East Elgin Avenue. Community Council: Millcreek. Planner: Spencer Hymas
7. Financial Matters
8. Other Matters
8.1 Discussion and consideration of Ord. No. 17-__ - amending sections 5.21 of the Millcreek Code of Ordinances related to licensing of tobacco specialty business
9. New Items for Subsequent Consideration
10. Calendar of Upcoming Events
Millcreek Community Council, 03/07/2017, 6:30 p.m., Millcreek Activity Cntr, 1025 E. 4405 So.
Mt. Olympus Community Council, 03/07/2017, 7:00 p.m., Churchill Jr. High, 3450 E. Oakview Ave.
MSD Board 03/08/2017, 6 p.m., Salt Lake County Government Center, Council of the Whole meeting room
Envision Committee, 03/09/2017, 6 p.m., City Hall, 3932 S. 500 E
Neighborhood Watch, 03/09/2017, 6 pm, 3153 So. 900 E.
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
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.
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 will 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 www.utah.gov/pmn/index.html and on Millcreek’s website at http://millcreekut.org, and was posted at the Mt. Olympus Improvement District Offices located at 3932 South 500 East Millcreek, Utah. Posted and dated this 4th day of March, 2017. /s/ Leslie Van Frank, Acting City Recorder