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THE CITY OF WEST JORDAN CITY COUNCIL MEETING
COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3rd FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD
FEBRUARY 22, 2017
6:00 P.M.


CC Agenda.pdf 

“In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of West Jordan will make reasonable accommodations for participation in the meeting. Request for assistance can be made by contacting the City Clerk/Recorder at 801-569-5115, providing at least three working days advance notice of the meeting."

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

3. PRESENTATION
a. Update from UDOT representative regarding the status of the Bangerter Highway Interchanges Project

4. COMMUNICATIONS
a. City Manager comments/Reports
b. Staff comments/Reports
c. City Council comments/Reports

5. CITIZEN COMMENT
Citizens are permitted to address the Council concerning any matter over which the Council has jurisdiction, including comments concerning an item on the agenda. The Council will allow 3 minutes to do so during this period. Written comments may be submitted if a citizen does not wish to speak. Any comments needing or requesting follow-up will be assigned to staff for further action as appropriate after the meeting. Please provide contact information on the sign-up sheet and state your name and phone number when speaking to the Council so later follow-up can take place. Persons who exceed the time or are otherwise disorderly may be expelled by the Council upon a two-thirds majority vote, as provided in Utah Code Annotated 10-3-608. The Council requires that citizens help maintain the decorum of the meeting by not applauding or booing, turning off electronic devices, not engaging in verbal attacks against others or being disrespectful during the proceedings of the meeting.

6. CONSENT ITEMS
a. Approve Resolution 17-23, re-establishment of various City Committees (David Brickey) Consent 6a.pdf 

b. Approve Resolution 17-24, confirming the appointments of members to serve on the various City Committees (Mark Palesh) Consent 6b.pdf 

c. Approve Resolution 17-25, confirming the Council appointments of members to serve as officers on the various City Committees (Mark Palesh) Consent 6c.pdf 

d. Approve Resolution 17-26, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Professional Services Agreement with The Langdon Group, Inc. to provide public information services for the 7000 South Utility Project, Phase 2, in an amount not to exceed $36,750.00 (Wendell Rigby) Consent 6d.pdf 

e. Approve Councilmembers attendance at the (International Conference Shopping Centers (ICSC) in Las Vegas, Nevada (Councilmember Burton) Consent 6e.pdf 

f. Approve Resolution 17-27, authorizing the Mayor to execute Right of Way Contracts between the City of West Jordan and UDOT to facilitate the construction of the overpass on 7000 South Bangerter Highway (Wendell Rigby) Consent 6f.pdf  

g. Approve Ordinance 17-10, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code Title 8, ‘Public Works, Public Ways, and Property,’ Section 3, ‘Improvement Assurances,’ regarding installation of Public Improvements required as a condition of development (David Brickey) Consent 6g.pdf 

7. PRESENTATION - FORM OF GOVERNMENT
a. Presentation regarding recently approved Resolution 17-18, which authorizes a ballot measure to change the form of government to a Council-Mayor Form, with a seven-member Council, and which approves language to be included on the ballot for the November 7, 2017 general election

8. PUBLIC HEARING
a. (No action to be taken) – Receive public input regarding Resolution 17-18, which authorizes a ballot measure to change the form of government to a Council-Mayor Form, with a seven-member Council, and which approves language to be included on the ballot for the November 7, 2017 general election (all public comments reasonably related to this general topic are appropriate)

9. RECONSIDER ACTION TAKEN JANUARY 25, 2017
a. Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 17-28, amending Resolution 17-18 (a ballot measure to change the form of government to a Council-Mayor Form, with a seven-member Council), by: (1) changing the effective date to June 14, 2017, and the 60-day “revision cutoff date” to August 13, 2017, to allow for additional public input; and (2) providing for Council Members to complete their terms of office in the event the ballot measure is approved (Councilmember Anderson) Item 9a.pdf 

b. Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 17-29, reconsidering a ballot measure to change the form of government to a Council-Mayor Form, with a seven-member Council, and approving language to be included on the ballot for the November 7, 2017 general election (Councilmember Haaga) Item 9b.pdf 

10. PUBLIC HEARINGS
a. CONTINUED FROM FEBRUARY 8, 2017 - Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 17-11, amending the General Land Future Land Use Map Amendment for .88 acres from Professional Office to Low Density Residential and Rezone from A-5 (Agricultural 5-acre lots) to R-1-12 (Single Family Residential 12,000 square foot minimum lots) Zone; River Oaks Estates L.C./Robert Barrus, applicant (David Oka) PH 10a.pdf 

b. Receive public input and consider for approval regarding Ordinance 17-12, approval of a revised Impact Fee Study and to adopt new impact fees for Water, Wastewater, Stormwater, Roads, Fire, Police, and Parks (Steve Glain) PH 10b.pdf 

11. BUSINESS ITEMS
a. Discussion and possible action regarding Sustainability Committee Report (Steve Glain) Bus 11a.pdf  

b. Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 17-30, considering the proposed Changes to Sewer Residential Fee Structure and Other Billing Items (Bill Pyper) Bus 11b.pdf  

c. Discussion and possible action regarding new water commodity rates, tiers, and automatic rate increases tied to Jordan Valley wholesale rates (Steve Glain) Bus 11c.pdf  

d. Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 17-31, to rescind Resolution 16-136, to rescind the authorization of the City Council of the City of West Jordan, Utah authorizing the issuance and sale of not more than $45,000,000 of Sales Tax Revenue and Refunding Bonds; and related matters (Councilmember’s Jacob and Nichols) Bus 11d.pdf  

e. Discussion and possible action to fund the West Jordan Recreation Center and Cultural Arts Facility with a General Obligation Bond having a Special Election as prescribed in State Law, 20A-1-203 June 27, 2017 (Council at Large Jeff Haaga) Bus 11e.pdf

12. REMARKS

13. CLOSED SESSION
a. Discussion of the character professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual
b. Strategy session to discuss pending or reasonably imminent litigation
c. Strategy sessions to discuss the purchase, exchange, or lease of real property, including any form of a water right or water shares

14. ADJOURN

Per West Jordan Municipal Code, 1-13-1C, the City Council will attempt to conclude meetings by 9 p.m. and adjourn at that time.

DATE/TIME: February 17, 2017   By: Melanie S Briggs, MMC
POSTED:       5:00 p.m.                         City Clerk


I, Melanie S Briggs, certify that I am the City Clerk of the City of West Jordan, Utah, and that the foregoing City Council agenda was faxed to the Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News, and the West Jordan Journal. The agenda was also posted at the following locations on the date and time as posted above: City Hall on the 1st floor; outside the Council Chambers on the 3rd floor, on the City’s website
www.wjordan.com and the State Public Meeting Notice website at http://pmn.utah.gov    

THE CITY OF WEST JORDAN CITY COUNCIL MEETING
COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3rd FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD
FEBRUARY 8, 2017

6:00 P.M.


***AMENDED***
UPDATED

Agenda.pdf

“In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of West Jordan will make reasonable accommodations for participation in the meeting. Request for assistance can be made by contacting the City Clerk/Recorder at 801-569-5115, providing at least three working days advance notice of the meeting."

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

3. COMMUNICATIONS

a. City Manager comments/Reports
b. Staff comments/Reports
c. City Council comments/Reports


4. CITIZEN COMMENT
Citizens are permitted to address the Council concerning any matter over which the Council has jurisdiction, including comments concerning an item on the agenda. The Council will allow 3 minutes to do so during this period. Written comments may be submitted if a citizen does not wish to speak. Any comments needing or requesting follow-up will be assigned to staff for further action as appropriate after the meeting. Please provide contact information on the sign-up sheet and state your name and phone number when speaking to the Council so later follow-up can take place. Persons who exceed the time or are otherwise disorderly may be expelled by the Council upon a two-thirds majority vote, as provided in Utah Code Annotated 10-3-608. The Council requires that citizens help maintain the decorum of the meeting by not applauding or booing, turning off electronic devices, not engaging in verbal attacks against others or being disrespectful during the proceedings of the meeting.

5. CONSENT ITEMS
a. Approve the minutes of December 21, 2016, January 25, 2017, and January 27, 2017 as presented (Melanie Briggs) Consent 5a.pdf

MOTION: Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve Consent Items 5a through 5g. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 7-0 in favor.

b. Approve a waiver of fees for Jordan Education Foundations’ event ‘The Challenge Obstacle Run’ to be held May 20, 2017, in an amount of $2,798 (Brian Clegg) Consent 5b.pdf

MOTION: Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve Consent Items 5a through 5g. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 7-0 in favor.

c. Approve Resolution 17-18, authorizing the Mayor to execute an extension of service agreement with Foxley & Pignanelli, LLC (Mark Palesh) Consent 5c.pdf

MOTION: Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve Consent Items 5a through 5g. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 7-0 in favor.

d. Approve Resolution 17-19, rescinding the declaration of PDS ‘Pyro’ as surplus for assignment and further use in the West Jordan Police Department (Doug Diamond) Consent 5d.pdf

MOTION: Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve Consent Items 5a through 5g. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 7-0 in favor.

e. Approve Resolution 17-20, declaring items from various City Departments that are no longer of any value or use as surplus property, and authorize the disposition (Mark Palesh) Consent 5e.pdf

MOTION: Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve Consent Items 5a through 5g. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 7-0 in favor.

f. Approve Resolution 17-21, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Rocky Mountain Power to provide overhead to underground conversion for the new Public Works complex in the amount of $181,042.00 (Wendell Rigby) Consent 5f.pdf

MOTION: Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve Consent Items 5a through 5g. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 7-0 in favor. 

g. ***Resolution 17-22, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract amendment with Hogan Construction, allowing for the first phase of construction of the Public Works Building in an amount not to exceed $2,304,061 (Wendell Rigby) (Amended agenda language) Consent 5g.pdf 

MOTION: Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve Consent Items 5a through 5g. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 7-0 in favor.

6. PUBLIC HEARING
a. CONTINUE UNTIL FEBRUARY 22, 2017
- Receive public input and consider for approval an Ordinance amending the General Land Future Land Use Mao Amendment for .88 acres from Professional Office to Low Density Residential and Rezone from A-5 (Agricultural 5-acre lots) to R-1-12 (Single Family Residential 12,000 square foot minimum lots) Zone; River Oaks Estates L.C./Robert Barrus, applicant (David Oka)  

MOTION:  Councilmember Jacob moved to continue this public hearing until February 22, 2017, regarding an Ordinance amending the General Land Future Land Use Map Amendment for .88 acres from Professional Office to Low Density Residential and Rezone from A-5 (Agricultural 5-acre lots) to R-1-12 (Single Family Residential 12,000 square foot minimum lots) Zone; River Oaks Estates L.C./Robert Barrus, applicant. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Anderson and passed 7-0 in favor. 

7. BUSINESS ITEMS
a. Discussion and possible action regarding City Events for 2017 (Brian Clegg) Bus 7a.pdf

MOTION:  Councilmember Anderson moved to approve the events as planned, but if there is a cancellation, bring it back to the Council. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 4-3 with Councilmembers Haaga, McConnehey, and Nichols casting the negative votes.

b. Update on the status of the Police Department functions (Doug Diamond) Bus 7b.pdf
Information only. 

c. Discussion and possible action regarding Ordinance 17-08, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code Title 6, ‘Police and Public Safety,’ Chapter 3, ‘Community Cat,’ to allow for ‘community cats,’ with no apparent owners to be ‘trapped, neutered, and released’ back into the community (also known as ‘TNR’ policy), in lieu of being euthanized (Councilmember McConnehey) Bus 7c.pdf

MOTION:  Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Ordinance 17-08, (Community Cats); and instruct staff if they need a budget amendment to bring it back to the Council. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 7-0 in favor.

d. Discussion and possible action regarding Ordinance 17-09, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code Title 7, ‘Motor Vehicles and Traffic,’ Chapter 4, ‘Overnight Truck Parking,’ regulation to prevent overnight parking by trucks, semitrailers, trailers, and similar vehicles in parking lots in commercial zones in the City (Councilmember McConnehey) Bus 7d.pdf

The Council directed staff to proceed with noticing the public hearing so that this could move forward and remain in compliance with State law.

e. Discussion and possible action regarding a reduction of Property Taxes by 1% beginning in Fiscal Year 2017/2018 (Mayor Rolfe)

MOTION:  Mayor Rolfe moved to direct staff to create two budgets, one with the 1% property tax decrease, and one with the current tax rate for Fiscal Year 2017/2018. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-1 with Councilmember Nichols casting the negative vote.

f. Discussion and possible action regarding the Mayor’s salary (Mayor Rolfe)

MOTION:  Mayor Rolfe moved that the Mayor can choose up to the amount they want to take, up to the maximum allowed amount. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 5-2 with Councilmembers Jacob and Nichols casting the negative votes.

g. Discussion and possible action regarding Council assignments for 2017 Bus 7g.pdf

MOTION:  Councilmember McConnehey moved to continue Business Item 7g until the reinstatement of the committees is brought back to the City Council. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Burton and passed 7-0 in favor.

8. REMARKS

9. CLOSED SESSION
a. Discussion of the character professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual
b. Strategy session to discuss pending or reasonably imminent litigation
c. Strategy sessions to discuss the purchase, exchange, or lease of real property, including any form of a water right or water shares

10. ADJOURN

Per West Jordan Municipal Code, 1-13-1C, the City Council will attempt to conclude meetings by 9 p.m. and adjourn at that time.

DATE/TIME: February 7, 2017    By: Carol Herman, CMC
POSTED:       12:00 p.m.                         Deputy City Clerk


I, Carol Herman, certify that I am the Deputy City Clerk of the City of West Jordan, Utah, and that the foregoing City Council agenda was faxed to the Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News, and the West Jordan Journal. The agenda was also posted at the following locations on the date and time as posted above: City Hall on the 1st floor; outside the Council Chambers on the 3rd floor, on the City’s website www.wjordan.com and the State Public Meeting Notice website at http://pmn.utah.gov  

THE CITY OF WEST JORDAN
CITY COUNCIL
STRATEGIC PLANNING SESSION
CITY HALL
COMMUNITY ROOM, 1ST FLOOR
WEST JORDAN UTAH
JANUARY 27, 2017
7:30 A.M.

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. DISCUSSION ITEMS - GOAL SETTING
 
a. Transportation Projects and Capital Project

b. Parks and Recreation Center and Arts Facility

c. Water Fees and Secondary Water

d. Review Development Standards and fees and infill Development within the City

e. Improve City Aesthetics

f. Economic Development 

(During the Strategic Plan Session, the Council may vote on specific issues to provide direction; however, any and all actions will be formalized during a regularly scheduled Council meeting)

DATE/TIME: January 25, 2017         By: Melanie S Briggs, MMC

POSTED:       5:00 p.m.                            City Clerk 

I, Melanie S Briggs, certify that I am the City Clerk of the City of West Jordan, Utah, and that the foregoing City Council agenda was faxed to the Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News, and the West Jordan Journal. The agenda was also posted at the following locations on the date and time as posted above: City Hall on the 1st floor; outside the Council Chambers on the 3rd floor, on the City’s website www.wjordan.com and the State Public Meeting Notice website at http://pmn.utah.gov

THE CITY OF WEST JORDAN

CITY COUNCIL TOUR OF
OSI INDUSTRIES
4980 WEST 9470 SOUTH
WEST JORDAN UTAH
JANUARY 26, 2017
11:30 A.M.

1. TOUR WITH WEST JORDAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 
a. Lunch and tour of OSI Industries regarding their recent $20 million expansion of the facility located at 4980 West 9470 South 

NOTE: “No Motions or Actions will be taken by the City Council attending the Tour"

DATE/TIME: January 24, 2017         By: Melanie S Briggs, MMC
POSTED:       10:00 a.m.                            City Clerk 

I, Melanie S Briggs, certify that I am the City Clerk of the City of West Jordan, Utah, and that the foregoing City Council agenda was faxed to the Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News, and the West Jordan Journal. The agenda was also posted at the following locations on the date and time as posted above: City Hall on the 1st floor; outside the Council Chambers on the 3rd floor, on the City’s website www.wjordan.com and the State Public Meeting Notice website at http://pmn.utah.gov


THE CITY OF WEST JORDAN CITY COUNCIL MEETING
COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3rd FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD
JANUARY 25, 2017
6:00 P.M.
***AMENDED***
UPDATED

Complete Council Packet with Links to Staff reports

***AMENDED AGENDA

CONSENT ITEM 6J

“In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of West Jordan will make reasonable accommodations for participation in the meeting. Request for assistance can be made by contacting the City Clerk/Recorder at 801-569-5115, providing at least three working days advance notice of the meeting." 

1. CALL TO ORDER 

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 

3. PRESENTATION 
a. Oath of Office for Ryan Ferguson, Board of Adjustment

4. COMMUNICATIONS 
a. City Manager comments/Reports 
b. Staff comments/Reports 
c. City Council comments/Reports 

5. CITIZEN COMMENT 
Citizens are permitted to address the Council concerning any matter over which the Council has jurisdiction, including comments concerning an item on the agenda. The Council will allow 3 minutes to do so during this period. Written comments may be submitted if a citizen does not wish to speak. Any comments needing or requesting follow-up will be assigned to staff for further action as appropriate after the meeting. Please provide contact information on the sign-up sheet and state your name and phone number when speaking to the Council so later follow-up can take place. Persons who exceed the time or are otherwise disorderly may be expelled by the Council upon a two-thirds majority vote, as provided in Utah Code Annotated 10-3-608. The Council requires that citizens help maintain the decorum of the meeting by not applauding or booing, turning off electronic devices, not engaging in verbal attacks against others or being disrespectful during the proceedings of the meeting. 

6. CONSENT ITEMS 
a. Approve 
the minutes of January 10, 2017, and January 11, 2017 (Melanie Briggs)

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved to approve all Consent Items except 6d, 6e, and 6j. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 7-0 in favor

b. Approve Resolution 17-08, confirming the appointment of various members to City Committees (Mark Palesh)

Motion:    Councilmember 
Haaga moved to approve all Consent Items except 6d, 6e, and 6j. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 7-0 in favor

c. Approve Resolution 17-09, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Pipeline Relocation Agreement with Questar Gas Company for relocating high pressure and intermediate high pressure natural gas pipelines located on 7000 South from 1300 West to 1652 West in an amount not-to-exceed $101,857.00 (Wendell Rigby)

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved to approve all Consent Items except 6d, 6e, and 6j. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 7-0 in favor

d. Approve Resolution 17-10, authorizing the Mayor to sign an Avigation Easement with Salt Lake City Corporation for the airspace above and over the new Public Works Complex (Wendell Rigby)

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve Consent Item 6d. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 6-1 in favor with Councilmember Haaga casting the negative vote.

e. Approve Resolution 17-11, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Local Government Contract between the UDOT, West Jordan City and Aecom Technical Services, Inc. for Construction Engineering Management for the 7800 South & 1300 West project, in an amount not to exceed $73,725.69 (Wendell Rigby)

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved to approve Consent Items 6e. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Burton and passed 7-0 in favor

f.
Approve Resolution 17-12, authorizing the Mayor to execute a three-year agreement with Cartegraph for Software Costs and Professional Service Fees, in an amount not-to-exceed $87,000.00 (Wendell Rigby)

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved to approve all Consent Items except 6d, 6e, and 6j. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 7-0 in favor

g.
Approve Resolution 17-13, accepting the Annual Summary Report of the West Jordan Ethics Commission for the 2016 Calendar Year (David Brickey)

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved to approve all Consent Items except 6d, 6e, and 6j. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 7-0 in favor

h.
Approve Resolution 17-14, confirming the appointment of the Mayor of the City of West Jordan to serve on the Salt Lake City Airport Board (Mark Palesh)

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved to approve all Consent Items except 6d, 6e, and 6j. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 7-0 in favor

i.
Approve Resolution 17-15, authorizing a purchase order with CL Wayman Piping to provide and install air evacuation equipment at fire station 55 in an amount not to exceed $37,850.00 (Wendell Rigby)

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved to approve all Consent Items except 6d, 6e, and 6j. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 7-0 in favor

j. ***Approve Resolution 17-19, authorizing the Mayor to execute a four-year agreement with Gold Cross Services, Inc. to provide inter-facility ambulance transfer services for medical providers located within the City (Marc McElreath)

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved to approve Consent Item 6j. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Burton and passed 7-0 in favor

7. PUBLIC HEARINGS 
a. Receive public input and consider for approval Resolution 17-16, amending the General Fund, Information Technologies Fund, Sewer Fund, Stormwater Fund, and Water Fund for Fiscal Year 2016-2017 (Bill Pyper)

Motion:    Mayor Rolfe moved to approve Resolution 17-16, amending the General Fund, Information Technologies Fund, Sewer Fund, Stormwater Fund, and Water Fund for Fiscal Year 2016-2017. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-1 in favor with Councilmember Haaga casting the negative vote.

b.
Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 17-03, regarding a General Plan Land Use Map Amendment for .44 acres from Parks and Open Space to Public Facilities and Rezone .44 acres from R-1-10D (Single-Family residential 10,000 square foot lots) Zone to P-F (Public Facilities) Zone for West Jordan Public Works building located at 8060 South 4000 West; City of West Jordan, applicant (David Oka)

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve Ordinance 17-03, regarding a General Plan Land Use Map Amendment for .44 acres from Parks and Open Space to Public Facilities and Rezone .44 acres from R-1-10D (Single-Family residential 10,000 square foot lots) Zone to P-F (Public Facilities) Zone for West Jordan Public Works building located at 8060 South 4000 West. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 7-0 in favor.

c.
Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 17-04, regarding a General Plan Land Use Map Amendment for approximately 3.211 acres from Low Density Residential to Public Facilities and approximately 2.263 acres from Low Density Residential to Agricultural; and Rezone approximately 3.211 acres from A-20 (Agricultural 20 acre lots) Zone to P-F (Public Facilities) and approximately 2.263 acres from A-20 (Agricultural 20 acre lots) to an A-1 (Agricultural 1 acre lots) Zone; for property located at 8000 West Old Bingham Highway; South Jordan City, applicant (David Oka)

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved to deny Ordinance 17-04, based on the fact that the criteria was not met in Finding E from the staff report. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Anderson and passed 7-0 in favor.

d. Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 17-05, regarding a General Plan Land Use Map Amendment for 205.3 acres from Community Commercial, Parks and Open Lands, Future Park, High Density Residential, Medium Density Residential and Low Density to Very High Density Residential, Medium Density Residential, and Community Commercial and Rezone from A-20 (Agricultural 20-acre lots) Zone to P-C (Planned Community) Zone for the Jensen Property located at approximately 6150 South 7800 South; JF Land Co./Colin Wright, applicant (David Oka)

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve Ordinance 17-05, regarding a General Plan Land Use Map Amendment for 205.3 acres from Community Commercial, Parks and Open Lands, Future Park, High Density Residential, Medium Density Residential and Low Density to Very High Density Residential, Medium Density Residential, and Community Commercial and Rezone from A-20 (Agricultural 20-acre lots) Zone to P-C (Planned Community) Zone for the Jensen Property located at approximately 6150 South 7800 South. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Burton and passed 4-3 in favor with Councilmembers' Anderson, Jacob, and Nichols casting the negative votes.

e.
Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 17-06, regarding a Preliminary Development Plan establishing a density of 4.7 dwelling units per acre for The Cottages at Applecross located at approximately 2735 West 7800 South in the PRD Zoning District; Hamlet Development/Michael Brodsky, applicant (David Oka) 

Motion:    Councilmember  Burton moved to approve Ordinance 17-06, regarding a Preliminary Development Plan establishing a density of 4.7 dwelling units per acre for The Cottages at Applecross located at approximately 2735 West 7800 South in the PRD Zoning District. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-1 in favor with Councilmember Jacob casting the negative vote.

8. BUSINESS ITEMS 
a. Discussion andand possible action regarding Resolution 17-17, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Agreements with Knife River Corporation – Northwest, to complete the construction of the 7000 South Utility Project, Phases 2A and 2B which includes storm drain, sewer, and minor water construction from 1300 West to 3200 West, in an amount not to exceed $7,285,713.90 for Phase 2A, and $6,574,295.50 for Phase 2B (Wendell Rigby)

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Resolution 17-17, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Agreements with Knife River Corporation – Northwest, to complete the construction of the 7000 South Utility Project, Phases 2A and 2B which includes storm drain, sewer, and minor water construction from 1300 West to 3200 West, in an amount not to exceed $7,285,713.90 for Phase 2A, and $6,574,295.50 for Phase 2B. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 7-0 in favor.

b. Discussion and possible action regarding Ordinance 17-07, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code Title 7, ‘Motor Vehicles and Traffic,’ Section 2, ‘Prohibited Transfer on a Roadway,’ 7-2-7, regarding ‘prohibiting the unsafe transfer of money or other personal property in a roadway’ (Councilmember McConnehey)

Motion:    Councilmember Jacob moved to approve Ordinance 17-07, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code Title 7, ‘Motor Vehicles and Traffic,’ Section 2, ‘Prohibited Transfer on a Roadway,’ 7-2-7, regarding ‘prohibiting the unsafe transfer of money or other personal property in a roadway.’  The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-1 in favor with Councilmember Haaga casting the negative vote.

c. Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 17-18, authorizing a ballot measure to change the form of government to a Council-Mayor Form, with a seven-member Council, and approving language to be included on the ballot for the November 7, 2017 general election (Councilmember Burton)  

Motion:    Councilmember Burton moved to approve Resolution 17-18, authorizing a ballot measure to change the form of government to a Council-Mayor Form, with a seven-member Council, and approving language to be included on the ballot for the November 7, 2017 general election. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 4-3 in favor with Councilmembers' Jacob, McConnehey and Nichols casting the negative votes.

9. REMARKS 

10. CLOSED SESSION 
a. Discussion of the character professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual 
b. Strategy session to discuss pending or reasonably imminent litigation 
c. Strategy sessions to discuss the purchase, exchange, or lease of real property, including any form of a water right or water shares
 

11. ADJOURN 

Per West Jordan Municipal Code, 1-13-1C, the City Council will attempt to conclude meetings by 9 p.m. and adjourn at that time. 

DATE/TIME: January 24, 2017         By: Melanie S Briggs, MMC 
POSTED:       12:00 p.m.                           City Clerk
 

I, Melanie S Briggs, certify that I am the City Clerk of the City of West Jordan, Utah, and that the foregoing City Council agenda was faxed to the Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News, and the West Jordan Journal. The agenda was also posted at the following locations on the date and time as posted above: City Hall on the 1st floor; outside the Council Chambers on the 3rd floor, on the City’s website www.wjordan.com and the State Public Meeting Notice website at http://pmn.utah.gov


THE CITY OF WEST JORDAN CITY COUNCIL MEETING
COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3rd FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD
JANUARY 11, 2017
6:00 P.M.
 
UPDATED

Agenda.pdf  

“In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of West Jordan will make reasonable accommodations for participation in the meeting. Request for assistance can be made by contacting the City Clerk/Recorder at 801-569-5115, providing at least three working days advance notice of the meeting."

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

3. PRESENTATION
a. Recognition of Dan Lawes, and Bill Heiner, their service on the Planning Commission; and Bill Rawlings for his service on the Board of Adjustment

4. COMMUNICATIONS
a. City Manager comments/Reports
b. Staff comments/Reports
c. City Council comments/Reports

5. CITIZEN COMMENT
Citizens are permitted to address the Council concerning any matter over which the Council has jurisdiction, including comments concerning an item on the agenda. The Council will allow 3 minutes to do so during this period. Written comments may be submitted if a citizen does not wish to speak. Any comments needing or requesting follow-up will be assigned to staff for further action as appropriate after the meeting. Please provide contact information on the sign-up sheet and state your name and phone number when speaking to the Council so later follow-up can take place. Persons who exceed the time or are otherwise disorderly may be expelled by the Council upon a two-thirds majority vote, as provided in Utah Code Annotated 10-3-608. The Council requires that citizens help maintain the decorum of the meeting by not applauding or booing, turning off electronic devices, not engaging in verbal attacks against others or being disrespectful during the proceedings of the meeting.

6. CONSENT ITEMS
a. Approve the minutes of December 7, 2016 as presented (Melanie Briggs) Consent 6a.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Consent Items 6a through 6f. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 7-0 in favor. 

b. Approve Resolution 17-01, declaring items from various City Departments that are no longer of any value or use as surplus property, and authorize the disposition (Mark Palesh) Consent 6b.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Consent Items 6a through 6f. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 7-0 in favor

c. Approve Resolution 17-02, approving a Purchase Order to PSI for special testing services for the new Public Works facility, in an amount not-to-exceed $63,529.00 (Wendell Rigby)  Consent 6c.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Consent Items 6a through 6f. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 7-0 in favor

d. Approve Resolution 17-03, authorizing the Mayor to execute Change Order #2 to Kilgore Contracting for work required for the Ron Wood Parkway Widening Project, in an amount not to exceed $21,736.36 (Wendell Rigby) Consent 6d.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Consent Items 6a through 6f. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 7-0 in favor

e. Approve Resolution 17-04, authorizing a Purchase Order with Oldcastle Precast for the purchase of a 15’ x 4’ precast box culvert required for accelerated construction schedule at the South Jordan Canal at 2300 West 7000 South, in an amount not to exceed $59,200.00 (Wendell Rigby) Consent 6e.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Consent Items 6a through 6f. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 7-0 in favor

f. Approve Resolution 17-07, confirming the City Manager’s appointment of members to serve on the Board of Adjustment (Mark Palesh) Consent 6f.pdf  

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Consent Items 6a through 6f. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 7-0 in favor

7. PUBLIC HEARING
a. Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 17-01, regarding a General Plan Land Use Map Amendment for 6.25 acres from Professional Office to High Density Residential and Rezone 6.25 acres from RR-1A (Rural Residential 1-acre lots) Zone to PRD (H) (Planned Residential Development – High Density) Zone for Gansen Carriages located at approximately 8679 South Redwood Road; Oakwood Homes, applicant (David Oka) PH 7a.pdf  

Motion:    Councilmember Burton moved to approve Ordinance 17-01, approving a General Plan Land Use Plan Map Amendment for 6.36 acres from Professional Office to High Density Residential, and Rezone 6.25 acres from RR01A (rural Residential 1-acre lots) Zone to PRD (H) for Gansen Carriages located at 8679 South Redwood Road. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 4-3 in favor with Mayor Rolfe and Councilmembers Jacob and McConnehey casting the negative votes.

b. Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 17-02, regarding a Preliminary Development Plan establishing density of 14.35 dwelling unit per acre) for Gladstone Place located at approximately 7800 south Mountain View Corridor in the HFR (WSPA) Zoning District; Garbett Land Investments, LC/Richard Welch, applicant (David Oka)
PH 7b.pdf  

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Ordinance 17-02, regarding a Preliminary Development Plan establishing density of 14.35 dwelling unit per acre) for Gladstone Place located at approximately 7800 south Mountain View Corridor in the HFR (WSPA) Zoning District. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 7-0 in favor. 

8. BUSINESS ITEMS
a. Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 17-05, regarding an Appeal of Impact Fees Paid for Overland Storage LLC, and a reimbursement in the amount of $74,962.93 (David Oka) Bus 8a.pdf  

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved to continue this item until the April 12, 2017 Council meeting. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Burton and passed 7-0 in favor. 

b. Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 17-06, confirming the appointment of a Council Member to serve as Mayor Pro-Tempore for 2017 (Melanie Briggs) Bus 8b.pdf 

Motion:    Mayor Rolfe moved to approve Resolution 17-06, confirming the appointment of Council Member McConnehey to serve as Mayor Pro-Tempore for 2017. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 7-0 in favor. 

c. Discussion of a maximum of five City Council Goals for completion during the 2017 calendar year; allowing staff to be prepared on January 27, 2017, for the Strategic Planning Session discussion to be held in the Community Room (Mayor Rolfe) Bus 8c.pdf 
  
Informational only.  The Council reviewed their choices for discussion items during the Strategic Planning Session January 27, 2017.

9. REMARKS

10. CLOSED SESSION
a. Discussion of the character professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual
b. Strategy session to discuss pending or reasonably imminent litigation
c. Strategy sessions to discuss the purchase, exchange, or lease of real property, including any form of a water right or water shares


11. ADJOURN

Per West Jordan Municipal Code, 1-13-1C, the City Council will attempt to conclude meetings by 9 p.m. and adjourn at that time.

DATE/TIME: January 5, 2017         By: Carol Herman
POSTED:       4:50 p.m.                          Deputy City Clerk


I, Carol Herman, certify that I am the Deputy City Clerk of the City of West Jordan, Utah, and that the foregoing City Council agenda was faxed to the Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News, and the West Jordan Journal. The agenda was also posted at the following locations on the date and time as posted above: City Hall on the 1st floor; outside the Council Chambers on the 3rd floor, on the City’s website www.wjordan.com and the State Public Meeting Notice website at http://pmn.utah.gov  

THE CITY OF WEST JORDAN CITY COUNCIL MEETING
COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3rd FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD
DECEMBER 21, 2016 
(3rd WEDNESDAY)

6:00 P.M.
 
UPDATED

Agenda.pdf

“In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of West Jordan will make reasonable accommodations for participation in the meeting. Request for assistance can be made by contacting the City Clerk/Recorder at 801-569-5115, providing at least three working days advance notice of the meeting."

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

3. PRESENTATION
a. Presentation of Entertainment Center at Jordan Landing by Dan Milich, Foursquare Properties, Inc.

4. COMMUNICATIONS
a. City Manager comments/Reports
b. Staff comments/Reports
c. City Council comments/Reports


5. CITIZEN COMMENT
Citizens are permitted to address the Council concerning any matter over which the Council has jurisdiction, including comments concerning an item on the agenda. The Council will allow 3 minutes to do so during this period. Written comments may be submitted if a citizen does not wish to speak. Any comments needing or requesting follow-up will be assigned to staff for further action as appropriate after the meeting. Please provide contact information on the sign-up sheet and state your name and phone number when speaking to the Council so later follow-up can take place. Persons who exceed the time or are otherwise disorderly may be expelled by the Council upon a two-thirds majority vote, as provided in Utah Code Annotated 10-3-608. The Council requires that citizens help maintain the decorum of the meeting by not applauding or booing, turning off electronic devices, not engaging in verbal attacks against others or being disrespectful during the proceedings of the meeting.

6. CONSENT ITEMS
a. Approve Resolution 16-193, confirming the appointment of members to serve on various City Committees (Mark Palesh)
Consent 6a.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved to approve Consent Item 6a. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 7-0 in favor. 

b. Approve Resolution 16-194, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Contract with Silver Spur Construction for the 5600 West 8200-8600 South Culinary Water Project, in an amount not to exceed $400,600.00 (Wendell Rigby) Consent 6b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Jacob moved to approve Consent Items 6b, c, and f. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 7-0 in favor. 

c. Approve Resolution 16-195, confirming the appointment of Gene Drake to serve as a Board Member to the South Valley Mosquito Abatement District (Mayor & Councilmembers’) 
Consent 6c.pdf  

Motion:    Councilmember Jacob moved to approve Consent Items 6b, c, and f. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 7-0 in favor. 

d. Approve Resolution 16-196, adopting the revised Uniform Fee Schedule and Impact Fees for Fiscal Year 2017 (Mark Palesh) 
Consent 6d.pdf  

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Resolution 16-196, minus the Impact Fees. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 5-2 in favor with Mayor Rolfe and Councilmember Haaga casting the negative votes.

e. Approve The City of West Jordan Employee Handbook as revised on December 21, 2016 (Jon Gardner) 
Consent 6e.pdf  

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved approve Consent Item 6e with the conditioned upon removal of the communication protocol that is on page 5; and making the change retroactive for the Public Safety holiday pay back to the date approved by Council (October 26). The motion was seconded by Councilmember Burton and passed 7-0 in favor. 

f. Approve Resolution 16-197, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Settlement Agreement with Marilyn Savas in an amount not to exceed $100,000 (David Brickey) 
Consent 6f.pdf  

Motion:    Councilmember Jacob moved to approve Consent Items 6b, c, and f. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 7-0 in favor. 

7. APPEAL HEARING
a. Appeal of the Planning Commission decision on December 6, 2016, regarding the denial of a Preliminary Subdivision Plat for The Cottages at the Oaks of Jordan Hills located at 6841 West 7800 South (114 lots on 11.71 acres and one 2.89-acre commercial lot) Urban Chase Property Management/Greg Hughes & Mark Garza, applicant (David Oka)
App.pdf   7a+.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved to overrule the Planning Commission’s denial of the Preliminary Subdivision Plat for The Cottages at the Oaks of Jordan Hills Villages located at 6841 West 7800 South subject to the conditions of approval contained in this staff report; based on the criteria provided to the Planning Commission is a guide, and that the comments there were not sidewalks was not accurate. The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 4-3 in favor with Councilmembers' Jacob, McConnehey, and Nichols casting the negative votes. 

8. PUBLIC HEARING
a. Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 16-53, regarding a General Plan Land Use Amendment for 11.71 acres from Community Commercial to High Density Residential; and Ordinance 16-55, approving the Preliminary Development Plan with a density of 9.74 units per acre; P-C Zone; for The Cottages at the Oaks of Jordan Hills located at 6841 West 7800 Urban Chase Property Management/Greg Hughes & Mark Garza, applicant (David Oka) 
PH 8a.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved that based on information received the Council amend the Future Land Use Map from Community Commercial to High Density Residential for property located at 6841 West 7800 South and approve the Preliminary Development Plan for The Cottages at the Oaks of Jordan Hills Villages General located at 6481 West 7800 South subject to the conditions of approval contained in this staff report; also approval be subject to the conditions along with the comments made by the applicant presentation and the Council comments during the meeting December 21, 2016. The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 5-2 in favor with Councilmembers' Jacob and Nichols casting the negative votes.

b. Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 16-54, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code regarding Certain Exceptions for Food Manufacturing Facilities: Section 13-13-8 Parkstrip Landscaping; Section 13-13-6 Materials and Standards; and 13-14-3 General Provisions and Regulations; City-wide applicability; Maxim’s Utricare Inc./Papa Pita Bakery, applicant (David Oka)
PH 8b.pdf  

Motion:    Councilmember Jacob moved to approve Ordinance 16-54, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code regarding Certain Exceptions for Food Manufacturing Facilities: Section 13-13-8 Parkstrip Landscaping; Section 13-13-6 Materials and Standards; and 13-14-3 General Provisions and Regulations. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Burton and passed 7-0 in favor. 

c. Receive public input and consider amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code Title 13 to allow Indoor Secured Self-storage as a Conditional Use in the SC-2 Zone; City-wide applicability; JHB Realty Advisors/Jeffrey H Bernson, applicant (David Oka) 
PH 8c.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved to deny the proposed text amendment to the 2009 City Code that would conditionally permit self-storage in the SC-2 zone. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 6-1 in favor with Councilmember Haaga casting the negative vote.

d. Receive public input and consider for approval Resolution 16-198, amending the General Fund, Capital Support Fund, Buildings Capital Fund, and Fleet Fund for Fiscal Year 2016-2017 (Bill Pyper)
PH 8d.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve Resolution 16-198, amending the General Fund, Capital Support Fund, Buildings Capital Fund, and Fleet Fund for Fiscal Year 2016-2017. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Anderson and passed 5-2 in favor with Councilmember Jacob casting the negative vote.  Councilmember Burton abstained.

9. BUSINESS ITEMS
a. Discussion and possible action regarding an adjustment by reducing the Transportation Impact Fees assessment to the Jordan Landing Entertainment Village Application (David Oka) 
Bus 9a.pdf 

Motion:    Mayor Rolfe moved to approve an adjustment by reducing the Transportation Impact Fees assessment by 96.2% to the Jordan Landing Entertainment Village Application, based on the study completed by Tischler Bise. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 7-0 in favor. 

b. Discussion of a maximum of five City Council Goals for completion during the 2017 calendar year; allowing staff to be prepared on January 27, 2017, for the Strategic Planning Session discussion to be held in the Community Room (Mayor Rolfe) 

The Council agreed to hold Strategic Planning Session on Friday January 27, and if an additional day was needed it could be scheduled. 

10. REMARKS

11. CLOSED SESSION
a. Discussion of the character professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual
b. Strategy session to discuss pending or reasonably imminent litigation
c. Strategy sessions to discuss the purchase, exchange, or lease of real property, including any form of a water right or water shares


12. ADJOURN

Per West Jordan Municipal Code, 1-13-1C, the City Council will attempt to conclude meetings by 9 p.m. and adjourn at that time.

DATE/TIME: December 16, 2016           By: Melanie S. Briggs, MMC
POSTED:       12:00 p.m.                                 City Clerk


I, Melanie S. Briggs, certify that I am the City Clerk of the City of West Jordan, Utah, and that the foregoing City Council agenda was faxed to the Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News, and the West Jordan Journal. The agenda was also posted at the following locations on the date and time as posted above: City Hall on the 1st floor; outside the Council Chambers on the 3rd floor, on the City’s website www.wjordan.com and the State Public Meeting Notice website at http://pmn.utah.gov  
 

THE CITY OF WEST JORDAN CITY COUNCIL MEETING
COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3rd FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD
DECEMBER 7, 2016
(1ST WEDNESDAY)
6:00 P.M. 
UPDATED
MAYOR ROLFE  WAS EXCUSED


Agenda.pdf 

“In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of West Jordan will make reasonable accommodations for participation in the meeting. Request for assistance can be made by contacting the City Clerk/Recorder at 801-569-5115, providing at least three working days advance notice of the meeting."

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

3. PRESENTATION
a. 2016 West Jordan Victim Assistance Statistical Update (David Brickey)
b. Open meeting/public notice training for City Council members (David Brickey)

4. COMMUNICATIONS
a. City Manager comments/Reports
b. Staff comments/Reports
c. City Council comments/Reports

5. CITIZEN COMMENT
Citizens are permitted to address the Council concerning any matter over which the Council has jurisdiction, including comments concerning an item on the agenda. The Council will allow 3 minutes to do so during this period. Written comments may be submitted if a citizen does not wish to speak. Any comments needing or requesting follow-up will be assigned to staff for further action as appropriate after the meeting. Please provide contact information on the sign-up sheet and state your name and phone number when speaking to the Council so later follow-up can take place. Persons who exceed the time or are otherwise disorderly may be expelled by the Council upon a two-thirds majority vote, as provided in Utah Code Annotated 10-3-608. The Council requires that citizens help maintain the decorum of the meeting by not applauding or booing, turning off electronic devices, not engaging in verbal attacks against others or being disrespectful during the proceedings of the meeting.

6. CONSENT ITEMS
a. Approve the minutes of November 2, 2016, and November 16, 2016 as presented (Melanie Briggs)
Consent 6a.pdf

Motion: Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 6b. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-0 in favor.

b. Approve Resolution 16-180, setting the 2017 Annual Meeting Schedule for the City Council, Planning and Zoning Commission and other City Boards and Committees (Melanie Briggs)
Consent 6b.pdf 

Motion: Councilmember Jacob moved to approve Consent Item 6b. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-0 in favor.

c. Approve Resolution 16-181, confirming appointment of members to serve on various City Committees (Mark Palesh)
Consent 6c.pdf  

Motion: Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 6b. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-0 in favor.

d. Approve Resolution 16-182, declaring PDS “Pyro” as surplus for change of ownership to occur (Doug Diamond)
Consent 6d.pdf  

Motion: Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 6b. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-0 in favor.

e. Approve Resolution 16-183, authorizing the Mayor to execute an Agreement with the US Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services in an amount not to exceed $500,000 (Doug Diamond)
Consent 6e.pdf  

Motion: Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 6b. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-0 in favor.

f. Approve Resolution 16-184, declaring items from various City Departments that are no longer of any value or use as surplus property, and authorize the disposition (Mark Palesh)
Consent 6f.pdf  

Motion: Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 6b. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-0 in favor.

g. Approve Resolution 16-185, approving funding for the creation of a bronze sculpture in an amount not to exceed $60,000 and awarding the contract to create said sculpture to Virgil Oertle of VTO Sculpture (Wendell Rigby)
Consent 6g.pdf 

Motion: Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 6b. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-0 in favor.

h. Approve Resolution 16-186, approving funding for the installation and mounting pedestal for a bronze sculpture in an amount not to exceed $40,000 (Wendell Rigby)
Consent 6h.pdf 

Motion: Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 6b. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-0 in favor.

i. Approve Resolution 16-187, authorizing the Mayor to execute two General Service Contracts, Request Numbers 6266825 & 6264629, with Rocky Mountain Power to provide electric service for a two pressure reducing valve in an amount not-to-exceed $26,413.00 (Wendell Rigby)
Consent 6i.pdf 

Motion: Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 6b. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-0 in favor.

j. Approve Resolution 16-188, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Bowen Collins & Associates, Inc. for design of water system improvements including a PRV Station on 10200 South, Meter Station on 3200 West, and associated pipelines on 9000 South, for an amount not to exceed $150,101.00 (Wendell Rigby)
Consent 6j.pdf 

Motion: Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 6b. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-0 in favor.

k. Approve Resolution 16-189, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Professional Services Agreement with Method Studio Inc., to provide a pre-design report for a Cultural Arts Facility of the City in an amount not to exceed $12,610.00, half of which will be paid through a grant from Salt Lake County (Wendell Rigby)
Consent 6k.pdf 

Motion: Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 6b. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-0 in favor.

l. Approve Resolution 16-190, authorizing the Mayor to execute Change Order No. 8 with Turf Sprinkler to re-locate 2 City owned points of connections from residents’ yards to the City owned park strip, and retrofit with appropriate equipment to function with the calsense system, in an amount not to exceed $7,690.00 (Wendell Rigby)
Consent 6l.pdf 

Motion: Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 6b. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-0 in favor.

7. PUBLIC HEARING
a. CONTINUED FROM NOVEMBER 16, 2016
- Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 16-51, approving a Rezone of 3.1 acres from R-1-10A (PD) (Single-family Residential 10,000 square foot lots – Planned Development) Zone to R-1-8C (Single-family residential 8,000 square foot lots) Zone for West Woods Rezone, located at approximately 7904-7930 South 2700 West: Growth Aid LLC/Adam Nash (applicant) (David Oka)
PH 7a.pdf 

Motion: Councilmember Burton moved to approve Ordinance 16-51, approving a Rezone of 3.1 acres from R-1-10A (PD) (Single-family Residential 10,000 square foot lots – Planned Development) Zone to R-1-8E (Single-family residential 8,000 square foot lots) Zone for West Woods Rezone, located at approximately 7904-7930 South 2700 West. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-0 in favor.

b. Receive public input and consider for approval Resolution 16-191, amending the Salary Schedule for the City Employees for Fiscal Year 2016-2017 (Mark Palesh)
PH 7b.pdf  

Motion: Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Resolution 16-191, amending the Salary Schedule for the City Employees for Fiscal Year 2016-2017. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 6-0 in favor.

8. BUSINESS ITEMS
a. Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 16-192, accepting the audit report and presentation of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2016 (Bill Pyper)
Bus 8a.pdf     CAFR

Motion: Councilmember Jacob moved to approve Resolution 16-192, accepting the audit report and presentation of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2016, with corrected typos. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 6-0 in favor.

b. Review the 7000 South 1300 West to Bangerter Highway Feasibility Study Project No. F-R299(142) Report (Wendell Rigby)
Bus 8b.pdf 

Informational only.

9. REMARKS

10. CLOSED SESSION
a. Discussion of the character professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual
b. Strategy session to discuss pending or reasonably imminent litigation
c. Strategy sessions to discuss the purchase, exchange, or lease of real property, including any form of a water right or water shares

11. ADJOURN

Per West Jordan Municipal Code, 1-13-1C, the City Council will attempt to conclude meetings by 9 p.m. and adjourn at that time.

DATE/TIME: December 1, 2016         By: Melanie S. Briggs, MMC
POSTED:      4:50 p.m.                            City Clerk


I, Melanie S. Briggs, certify that I am the City Clerk of the City of West Jordan, Utah, and that the foregoing City Council agenda was faxed to the Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News, and the West Jordan Journal. The agenda was also posted at the following locations on the date and time as posted above: City Hall on the 1st floor; outside the Council Chambers on the 3rd floor, on the City’s website www.wjordan.com and the State Public Meeting Notice website at http://pmn.utah.gov  



THE CITY OF WEST JORDAN CITY COUNCIL MEETING

COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3rd FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD
NOVEMBER 16, 2016
6:00 P.M.

***Updated

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

3. COMMUNICATIONS

a. City Manager comments/Reports
b. Staff comments/Reports
c. City Council comments/Reports


4. CONSENT ITEMS
a. Approve the minutes of October 26, 2016 as presented (Melanie Briggs) Consent 4a.pdf

Motion: Councilmember Nichols moved to accept all  Consent items.  The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 6-0.

 
b. Approve Ordinance 16-48, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code Title 3, Chapter 7, Impact Fees (Steve Glain) Consent 4b.pdf
Motion: Councilmember Nichols moved to accept all Consent items.  The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 6-0.

c. Approve Resolution 16-172, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No.2 with Jani-Serv, Inc., for additional janitorial services, in an amount not-to-exceed $6,298.68 (Wendell Rigby) Consent 4c.pdf 
Motion: Councilmember Nichols moved to accept all Consent items.  The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 6-0.

d. Approve Resolution 16-173, authorizing the Amendment to the West Jordan Stormwater Management Program (Wendell Rigby) Consent 4d.pdf
Motion: Councilmember Nichols moved to accept all Consent items.  The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 6-0.

e. Approve Resolution 16-174, authorizing the Mayor to execute an Agreement with Delta Fire Systems Inc., to install fire alarm communicators in City buildings identified in the background discussion in an amount not to exceed $4,750.00. (Jim Riding) Consent 4e.pdf
Motion: Councilmember Nichols moved to accept all Consent items.  The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 6-0.

f. Approve Resolution 16-175, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Franchise Agreement with FirstDigital Telecom, LLC (Wendell Rigby) Consent 4f.pdf
Motion: Councilmember Nichols moved to accept all Consent items.  The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 6-0.

g. Approve Resolution 16-176, approving the purchase of property located at 1407 West Bridgeport Way, West Jordan Utah (David Oka) Consent 4g.pdf ***Supp 4g.pdf 
Motion: Councilmember Nichols moved to accept all Consent items.  The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 6-0.

5. PUBLIC HEARING
a. Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 16-49, Vacating the “Turnaround Easement” on Lot 104 of Gardens of Mountain View Subdivision Phase 1 (David Oka) PH 5a.pdf
Motion: Councilmember Burton moved to approve Ordinance 16-49, vacating the "turnaround easement" on Lot 104 of Gardens of Mountain View Subdivision Phase 1.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 6-0.

b. Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 16-50, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code Title 12 and 13, regarding Planned Center Gateway Signs; City-Wide applicability; Foursquare Properties, Inc./Dan Milich (applicant) (David Oka) PH 5b.pdf
Motion: Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Ordinance 16-50 with some changes.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-0.

c. Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 16-51, approving a Rezone of 3.1 acres from R-1-10A (PD) (Single-family Residential 10,000 square foot lots – Planned Development) Zone to R-1-8C (Single-family residential 8,000 square foot lots) Zone for West Woods Rezone, located at approximately 7904-7930 South 2700 West: Growth Aid LLC/Adam Nash (applicant) (David Oka) PH 5c.pdf ***Supp 5c.pdf
Motion: Councilmember McConnehey moved to table the item until the December 7, 2016.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 6-0.

d. Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 16-52, approving a Preliminary Development Plan for Orchard Heights Subdivision located at 6553 West 7800 South in the LSFR (WSPA) Zoning District; Peterson Development Co./Justin Peterson (applicant) (David Oka) PH 5d.pdf
Motion: Councilmember Jacob  moved to approve Ordinance 16-52 subject to conditions #1-#3.  The motion was seconded by Nichols  and passed 6-0.

6. CITIZEN COMMENT
Citizens are permitted to address the Council concerning any matter over which the Council has jurisdiction, including comments concerning an item on the agenda. The Council will allow 3 minutes to do so during this period. Written comments may be submitted if a citizen does not wish to speak. Any comments needing or requesting follow-up will be assigned to staff for further action as appropriate after the meeting. Please provide contact information on the sign-up sheet and state your name and phone number when speaking to the Council so later follow-up can take place. Persons who exceed the time or are otherwise disorderly may be expelled by the Council upon a two-thirds majority vote, as provided in Utah Code Annotated 10-3-608. The Council requires that citizens help maintain the decorum of the meeting by not applauding or booing, turning off electronic devices, not engaging in verbal attacks against others or being disrespectful during the proceedings of the meeting.

7. BUSINESS ITEMS
a. Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 16-177, funding overhaul of Council chambers audio system (Michael Oliver) Bus 7a.pdf
Motion: Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve Resolution 16-177, funding an overhaul of the Council chambers audio system.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-0.

b. INTERVIEW OF APPLICANTS FOR DISTRICT 4 COUNCIL VACANCY
Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 16-178, appointing an individual to fill the unexpired term of Council District 4 until January 1, 2018 (David Brickey, City Council) 
Bus 7b.pdf  ***Supp 7b.pfd
Motion: Councilmember Burton  moved to approve Resolution 16-178, appointing Alan Anderson to fill the District 4 vacancy on the City Council.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-0.

1. Initial Interviews
2. Initial Vote
3. Second Interviews
4. Second Vote
5. Final Interviews
6. Final Vote
7. Formal Motion, By Roll Call Vote, to Approve Resolution Appointing a New Council Member
8. Administer Oath of Office to New Council Member for District 4


9. REMARKS

10. CLOSED SESSION

a. Discussion of the character professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual
b. Strategy session to discuss pending or reasonably imminent litigation
c. Strategy sessions to discuss the purchase, exchange, or lease of real property, including any form of a water right or water shares


11. ADJOURN

Per West Jordan Municipal Code, 1-13-1C, the City Council will attempt to conclude meetings by 9 p.m. and adjourn at that time.


DATE/TIME: November 9, 2016                      By: Jamie Vincent
POSTED: 5:00 p.m.                                                  Deputy City Clerk

I, Jamie Vincent, certify that I am the Deputy City Clerk of the City of West Jordan, Utah, and that the foregoing City Council agenda was faxed to the Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News, and the West Jordan Journal. The agenda was also posted at the following locations on the date and time as posted above: City Hall on the 1st floor; outside the Council Chambers on the 3rd floor, on the City’s website www.wjordan.com and the State Public Meeting Notice website at http://pmn.utah.gov

THE CITY OF WEST JORDAN CITY COUNCIL MEETING
COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3rd FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD
NOVEMBER 2, 2016
6:00 P.M.

**UPDATED**

Agenda.pdf 

“In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of West Jordan will make reasonable accommodations for participation in the meeting. Request for assistance can be made by contacting the City Clerk/Recorder at 801-569-5115, providing at least three working days advance notice of the meeting."

6:00 PM

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

3. PRESENTATION
a. Proclaiming November 1, 2016 as Extra Mile Day
b. Recognition of Pamela and Omani Gatoloai who rendered assistance to a West Jordan Police Officer who was being assaulted


4. COMMUNICATIONS
a. City Manager comments/Reports
b. Staff comments/Reports
c. City Council comments/Reports


5. CITIZEN COMMENT
Citizens are permitted to address the Council concerning any matter over which the Council has jurisdiction, including comments concerning an item on the agenda. The Council will allow 3 minutes to do so during this period. Written comments may be submitted if a citizen does not wish to speak. Any comments needing or requesting follow-up will be assigned to staff for further action as appropriate after the meeting. Please provide contact information on the sign-up sheet and state your name and phone number when speaking to the Council so later follow-up can take place. Persons who exceed the time or are otherwise disorderly may be expelled by the Council upon a two-thirds majority vote, as provided in Utah Code Annotated 10-3-608. The Council requires that citizens help maintain the decorum of the meeting by not applauding or booing, turning off electronic devices, not engaging in verbal attacks against others or being disrespectful during the proceedings of the meeting.


6. CONSENT ITEMS
a. Approve the minutes of October 12, 2016 as presented (Melanie Briggs) Consent 6a.pdf  

Motion: Councilmember Jacob moved to approve all Consent Items.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 7-0 in favor.

b. Approve Resolution 16-167, confirming appointment of members to serve on various City Committees (Mark Palesh)
Consent 6b.pdf 

Motion: Councilmember Jacob moved to approve all Consent Items. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 7-0 in favor.

c. Approve Resolution 16-138, authorizing the Mayor to execute an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement with Salt Lake County regarding Tourism, Recreation, Cultural, Convention, and Airport Facilities Tax Act “TRCC Funds” to help plan for construction of a cultural arts facility in West Jordan as described in the Cultural Facilities Support Program Application (Councilmember McConnehey) Consent 6c.pdf 

Motion: Councilmember Jacob moved to approve all Consent Items. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 7-0 in favor.

d. Approve Resolution 16-168, authorizing the Mayor to execute an Interlocal Agreement between the City of West Jordan and the TransJordan Landfill regarding Temporary Staging Area of Debris during the Event of an Emergency (Wendell Rigby)
Consent 6d.pdf 

Motion: Councilmember Jacob moved to approve all Consent Items. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 7-0 in favor.

e. Approve Resolution 16-169, authorizing a Purchase Order with Sonntag for the purchase and installation of 38 signs to be installed in 38 parks with the name of each park, in an amount not to exceed $88,763.00 (Brian Clegg) Consent 6e.pdf  

Motion: Councilmember Jacob moved to approve all Consent Items. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 7-0 in favor.

7. PUBLIC HEARING
a. Receive public input regarding Agenda Business Items 8.a. through 8.e, Amending the Uniform Fee Schedule for FY 2016-2017 updating the Water, Sewer, Stormwater, Solid Waste and Impact Fees (Bill Pyper) PH 7a.pdf 

No formal action was taken following the Public Hearing.

8. BUSINESS ITEMS
a. Discussion and possible action regarding Water Rates (Steve Glain) Bus 8a.pdf  

Motion: Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve one new water rate with an effective date of January 1, 2016. The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 7-0 in favor.

b. Discussion and possible action regarding Sewer Rates (Steve Glain)
Bus 8b.pdf 

Motion: Councilmember Jacob moved
to adopt the City Manager's sewer rate increase with effective dates of December 1, 2016 (1st phase) and July 1, 2017 (2nd phase).  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 4-3 with Mayor Rolfe and Councilmembers Haaga and Burton casting the negative votes.

c. Discussion and possible action regarding Storm Water Rates (Steve Glain)
Bus 8c.pdf  

Motion: Counclmember Jacob moved to adopt one of the City Manager's recommended Storm rate increase of 12%  with an effective date of December 1, 2016.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 4-3 with Councilmemberts Burton, Haaga and Mayor Rolfe casting negative votes. 

d. Discussion and possible action regarding Solid Waste Rates (Steve Glain)
Bus 8d.pdf 

Motion: Councilmember Nichols moved to table this item unti the Strategic Planning meeting.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 7-0.

e. Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 16-170, Amending the Uniform Fee Schedule for FY 2016-2017 updating the Water, Sewer, Stormwater, Solid Waste and Impact Fees (Bill Pyper)
Bus 8e.pdf 

Motion: Zach Jacob moved to approve changes that were adopted for agenda items 8a through 8d but not approvie changes to impact fee schedules at this time.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 5-2 with Mayor Rolfe and Councilmember Burton casting negative votes.

f. Discussion and possible action regarding approval of Resolution 16-171, accepting the irrevocable resignation of City Councilmember Sophie Rice, effective November 15, 2016, and noticing the appointment of a District 4 Councilmember to replace Councilmember Sophie Rice (David Brickey)
Bus 8f.pdf 

Councilmember Rice stepped out for the following motion and vote.

Motion: Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Resolution 16-171, accepting the irrevocable resignatation of City Councilmember Sophie Rice, and noticing the appointment of a District 4 Councilmember to replace Councilmember Rice.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob.  The vote passed 6-0.

9. REMARKS

10. CLOSED SESSION
a. Discussion of the character professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual
b. Strategy session to discuss pending or reasonably imminent litigation
c. Strategy sessions to discuss the purchase, exchange, or lease of real property, including any form of a water right or water shares

11. ADJOURN

Per West Jordan Municipal Code, 1-13-1C, the City Council will attempt to conclude meetings by 9 p.m. and adjourn at that time.

DATE/TIME: October 27, 2016            By: Carol Herman, CMC
POSTED:       5:00 p.m.                               Deputy City Clerk


I, Carol Herman, certify that I am the Deputy City Clerk of the City of West Jordan, Utah, and that the foregoing City Council agenda was faxed to the Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News, and the West Jordan Journal. The agenda was also posted at the following locations on the date and time as posted above: City Hall on the 1st floor; outside the Council Chambers on the 3rd floor, on the City’s website www.wjordan.com and the State Public Meeting Notice website at http://pmn.utah.gov   

THE CITY OF WEST JORDAN CITY COUNCIL MEETING 
COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3rd FLOOR 
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD 
OCTOBER 26, 2016 
6:00 P.M. 
***2ND AMENDED AGENDA***
(includes language clarification)

***UPDATED***

Agenda.pdf

“In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of West Jordan will make reasonable accommodations for participation in the meeting. Request for assistance can be made by contacting the City Clerk/Recorder at 801-569-5115, providing at least three working days advance notice of the meeting."
 

1. CALL TO ORDER 

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 

3. PRESENTATION 
a. Update from Mark Hooyer, Executive Director, and Dave Newton, Vice Chairman, regarding the Trans-Jordan Landfill

4. COMMUNICATIONS 
a. City Manager comments/Reports 
b. Staff comments/Reports 
c. City Council comments/Reports
 

5. CITIZEN COMMENT 
Citizens are permitted to address the Council concerning any matter over which the Council has jurisdiction, including comments concerning an item on the agenda. The Council will allow 3 minutes to do so during this period. Written comments may be submitted if a citizen does not wish to speak. Any comments needing or requesting follow-up will be assigned to staff for further action as appropriate after the meeting. Please provide contact information on the sign-up sheet and state your name and phone number when speaking to the Council so later follow-up can take place. Persons who exceed the time or are otherwise disorderly may be expelled by the Council upon a two-thirds majority vote, as provided in Utah Code Annotated 10-3-608. The Council requires that citizens help maintain the decorum of the meeting by not applauding or booing, turning off electronic devices, not engaging in verbal attacks against others or being disrespectful during the proceedings of the meeting. 

6. CONSENT ITEMS 
a. Approve 16-153, approve the Moderate Income Housing Biennial Report (David Oka) Consent 6a.pdf

Motion: Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve all Consent Items except 6f, 6g and 6k. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 7-0 in favor.

b. Approve Resolution 16-155, confirming the appointments of members to various City Committees (Mark Palesh) Consent 6b.pdf

Motion: Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve all Consent Items except 6f, 6g and 6k. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 7-0 in favor.

c. Approve Resolution 16-156, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 1 to the Agreement with G. Brown Design, Inc. for additional design services for the Calsense Irrigation Central Control project, in an amount not-to-exceed $7,825.00 (Brian Clegg) Consent 6c.pdf

Motion: Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve all Consent Items except 6f, 6g and 6k. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 7-0 in favor.

d. Approve Resolution 16-157, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 9 to the Professional Service Agreement with Stanley Consultants, Inc. for the 7000 S Utility Design project in an amount not to exceed $64,979.00 (Wendell Rigby) Consent 6d.pdf

Motion: Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve all Consent Items except 6f, 6g and 6k. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 7-0 in favor.

e. Approve Resolution 16-158, authorizing the Mayor to execute the an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement between Salt Lake County and the City of West Jordan awarding the City $80,600 in corridor preservation funds (Wendell Rigby) Consent 6e.pdf

Motion: Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve all Consent Items except 6f, 6g and 6k. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 7-0 in favor.

f. Approve Resolution 16-159, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 1 to the Agreement with VCBO Architecture to complete a market review & operations analysis for the West Jordan Aquatic & Recreation Center, in an amount not-to-exceed $28,750.00. (Wendell Rigby) Consent 6f.pdf

Motion: Mayor Rolfe moved to table item 6f until the Council's Strategic Planning meeting in January.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 7-0 in favor.

g. Approve Resolution 16-160, authorizing the Mayor to execute an Amendment to the Agreement for Residential Solid Waste Services with ACE Disposal, Inc. (Wendell Rigby) Consent 6g.pdf

Motion: Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve Consent Item 6g.  The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 5-2 with Councilmembers McConnehey and Jacob voting against.

h. Approve Resolution 16-161, authorizing the Mayor to execute the Limited Extension to the Agreement for ‘Financial Advisor Services’ with George K. Baum & Company (Bill Pyper) Consent 6h.pdf

Motion: Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve all Consent Items except 6f, 6g and 6k. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 7-0 in favor.

i. Approve Resolution 16-162, authorizing the Mayor to execute the Utility Agreement and Cooperative Agreement No. 2 with UDOT for the Mountain View Corridor project (Wendell Rigby) Consent 6i.pdf  Map for Consent 6i.pdf 

Motion: Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve all Consent Items except 6f, 6g and 6k. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 7-0 in favor.

j. Approve Resolution 16-163, authorizing the Mayor to execute Change Order #7 to Turf Sprinkler Company for work required for the Calsense Central Control Irrigation System, in an amount not to exceed $151,815.00 (Brian Clegg) Consent 6j.pdf

Motion: Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve all Consent Items except 6f, 6g and 6k. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 7-0 in favor.

k. Approve Resolution 16-164, authorizing the closure of 7000 South for up to 90 days for each of the following segments:  Redwood Road to 2200 West, 2200 West to 2700 West, and 2700 West to 3200 West (Wendell Rigby) Consent 6k.pdf

The Council directed staff to proceed with issuing a Request for Proposals that required two-way traffic but also sought suggestions for alternate traffic control methods.

l. Approve Resolution 16-165, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 1 to the West Jordan City Master Utility Agreement (Wendell Rigby) Consent 6l.pdf

Motion: Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve all Consent Items except 6f, 6g and 6k. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 7-0 in favor.

m. Approve Resolution 16-166, authorizing the Mayor to execute the Construction Reimbursement Agreement which authorizes the City to reimburse Whitaker Construction for asphalt repair work it completed in 2015 (David Brickey) Consent 6m.pdf

Motion: Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve all Consent Items except 6f, 6g and 6k. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 7-0 in favor.

7. BUSINESS ITEMS 
a.
Report and update on the City of West Jordan’s Fiscal Year 2016-2017 1st Quarterly Report (Bill Pyper) Bus 7a.pdf

No formal action was taken.  Item was informational only.

b. Discussion and possible action regarding Ordinance 16-47, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code, Title 1, regarding an Ethics Commission (David Brickey) Bus 7b.pdf

Motion: Mayor Rolfe moved to approve Ordinance 16-47.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 4-3 with Councilmembers Nichols, McConnehey and Jacob voting against.

c.  *Discussion and possible action regarding noticing and appointment of a District 4 Councilmember to replace Councilmember Rice on the West Jordan City Council (Councilmember Rice)

The Council directed staff to begin the noticing process so that candidates could be interviewed during the November 16, 2016 public meeting and a Councilmember selected at that time.

d. ***Discussion and possible action regarding vacation holiday pay and limited car use for the Police and Fire Departments (Mayor Rolfe)

Motion: Mayor Rolfe moved to direct staff to return the Police and Fire Department's holiday pay and car use budgets to that of the prior budget year.  This action would include reinstating the related written policies as well.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 7-0 in favor.

e. *Discussion and possible action regarding overtime for the Police and Fire Departments (Mayor Rolfe)

Motion: Councilmember McConnehey moved to direct staff to reinstate the overtime policy in place during the previous budget year.  Additionally, staff was to bring before the Council a short-term military leave policy that would provide two weeks of paid leave for any City employee taking part in training for the armed services.  The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 6-1 with Councilmember Nichols voting against.

8. REMARKS 

9. CLOSED SESSION 
a. Discussion of the character professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual 
b. Strategy session to discuss pending or reasonably imminent litigation 
c. Strategy sessions to discuss the purchase, exchange, or lease of real property, including any form of a water right or water shares
 

10. ADJOURN
 

*Indicates no staff report available


Per West Jordan Municipal Code, 1-13-1C, the City Council will attempt to conclude meetings by 9 p.m. and adjourn at that time. 

DATE/TIME: October 25, 2016             By: Jamie Lyn Vincent
POSTED:       3:15 p.m.                                 Deputy City Clerk
 

I, Jamie Vincent, certify that I am the Deputy City Clerk of the City of West Jordan, Utah, and that the foregoing City Council agenda was faxed to the Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News, and the West Jordan Journal. The agenda was also posted at the following locations on the date and time as posted above: City Hall on the 1st floor; outside the Council Chambers on the 3rd floor, on the City’s website www.wjordan.com and the State Public Meeting Notice website at http://pmn.utah.gov


THE CITY OF WEST JORDAN CITY COUNCIL MEETING
COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3rd FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD
OCTOBER 12, 2016
6:00 P.M.
***Amended***
UPDATED
COUNCILMEMBER NICHOLS WAS EXCUSED

Amended Agenda.pdf

“In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of West Jordan will make reasonable accommodations for participation in the meeting. Request for assistance can be made by contacting the City Clerk/Recorder at 801-569-5115, providing at least three working days advance notice of the meeting."


5:00 P.M. COMMUNITY ROOM
1. CALL TO ORDER


2. WORKSHOP – 1ST FLOOR COMMUNITY ROOM
a. Review of plans for the proposed Recreation Center and Public Works buildings (Mark Palesh)

6:00 PM COUNCIL CHAMBERS
3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE


PRESENTATION
a. Presentation from Simply Healthy Nutrition regarding contribution to the West Jordan Police Department Peer Support Program

4. COMMUNICATIONS
a. City Manager comments/Reports
b. Staff comments/Reports
c. City Council comments/Reports


5. CITIZEN COMMENT
Citizens are permitted to address the Council concerning any matter over which the Council has jurisdiction, including comments concerning an item on the agenda. The Council will allow 3 minutes to do so during this period. Written comments may be submitted if a citizen does not wish to speak. Any comments needing or requesting follow-up will be assigned to staff for further action as appropriate after the meeting. Please provide contact information on the sign-up sheet and state your name and phone number when speaking to the Council so later follow-up can take place. Persons who exceed the time or are otherwise disorderly may be expelled by the Council upon a two-thirds majority vote, as provided in Utah Code Annotated 10-3-608. The Council requires that citizens help maintain the decorum of the meeting by not applauding or booing, turning off electronic devices, not engaging in verbal attacks against others or being disrespectful during the proceedings of the meeting.

6. CONSENT ITEMS
a. Approve the minutes of September 7, 2016 and September 21, 2016 as presented (Melanie Briggs)  Consent 6a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Jacob moved to approve all Consent Items except 6e and 6h.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-0 in favor.

b. Approve Resolution 16-148, confirming the appointment of members to serve on various City Committees (Mark Palesh)
Consent 6b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Jacob moved to approve all Consent Items except 6e and 6h.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-0 in favor.

c. Approve Resolution 16-149, declaring items from various City Departments that are no longer of any value or use as surplus property, and authorize the disposition (Mark Palesh) 
Consent 6c.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Jacob moved to approve all Consent Items except 6e and 6h.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-0 in favor.

d. Approve Resolution 16-150, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 1 to the Agreement with JRCA Architects for additional design services for the new Public Works Facility, in an amount not-to-exceed $312,300.00. (Wendell Rigby) 
Consent 6d.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Jacob moved to approve all Consent Items except 6e and 6h.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-0 in favor.

e. Approve Resolution 16-151, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 2 to the Professional Service Agreement with Stantec for the Barney’s Wash Detention Basin Relocation Project in an amount not to exceed $310,420.00. (Wendell Rigby) 
Consent 6e.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Burton moved to approve Consent Item 6e.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 6-0 in favor.

f. Approve Resolution 16-152, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Haynes & Fuelling for conflict appointment of public defender services (David Brickey)
Consent 6f.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Jacob moved to approve all Consent Items except 6e and 6h.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-0 in favor.

g. Approve Ordinance 16-40, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code Title 7, Chapter 4, Section3, regarding Truck Routes (Wendell Rigby) 
Consent 6g.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Jacob moved to approve all Consent Items except 6e and 6h.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-0 in favor.

h. ***Approve Resolution 16-154, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Real Estate Purchase Agreement between the City of West Jordan and Urban Chase Property Management, LLC, for 6.73 acres of Surplus Property located at approximately 7800 South and New Sycamore Drive [Sycamores] (Mark Palesh) Consent 6h.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved to table Consent Item 6h, until a date uncertain.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 5-1 in favor with Councilmember Rice abstaining.

7. PUBLIC HEARING
a. CONTINUED FROM SEPTEMBER 21, 2016 – Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 16-41, amending the Future Land Use Map for 138.5 acres of property located at 7800 South Highway U-111 from Low Density Residential, High Density Residential, Mixed Use, and Commercial to Low Density Residential, Medium Density Residential, and Commercial Designation; and Rezone 138.5 acres from MU, HFR, LSFR, and SC-2 to P-C Zone; Holmes Homes/ Patrick H. Holmes, applicant (David Oka) 
PH 7a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Burton moved that the City Council approve Ordinance 16-41, amending the Future Land Use map from Low Density Residential, High Density Residential, Mixed Use, and Commercial to a Low Density Residential, Medium Density Residential, and Commercial Designation; and Rezone 138.5 acres from MU (Mixed Use), HFR (High Density Multi-family Residential), LSFR (Low Density Single-family Residential), and SC-2 (Community Shopping Center) to a PC (Planned Community) Zoning District on property generally located on the northwest corner of 7800 South U-111. The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 5-1 in favor with Councilmember Jacob casting the negative vote.

b. Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 16-42, regarding a Rezone 1.74 acres located at 8415 South Susan Way and 8157 South Maple Leaf Way, from RR1-C (Rural Residential 1-acre lots) and 21.04 acres from RR-.5E (Rural Residential half-acre lots) to R-1-10E (Single-family residential 10,000 square foot lots minimum); Jordan Meadows LLC/Kimberly Mascherino, applicant (David Oka)  PH 7b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Burton moved to deny Ordinance 16-42.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-0 in favor.

c. Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 16-43, regarding a General Plan Amendment for 7.95 acres from Community Commercial to Medium Density Residential; and Ordinance 16-44, Rezone from SC-2 (Community Shopping Center) Zone to (Planned Residential Development) Zone; for property located at 2735 West 7800 South; Hamlet Development/ Michael Brodsky, applicant (David Oka) 
PH 7c.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Jacob moved to approve Ordinance 16-43, regarding a General Plan Amendment for 7.95 acres from Community Commercial to Medium Density Residential; for property located at 2735 West 7800 South.  The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 6-0 in favor.

Motion:    Councilmember Burton moved to approve Ordinance 16-44, regarding a rezone from SC-2 (Community Shopping Center) Zone to PRD (Planned Residential Development) Zone; for property located at 2735 West 7800 South.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 5-1 in favor with Councilmember Jacob casting the negative vote.

d. Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 16-45, adopting the West Jordan Impact Fee Facilities Plan (IFFP) and Impact Fee study dated September 26, 2016 prepared by TischlerBise, Inc. (Steve Glain) 
PH 7d.pdf  Impact Fee Study 9-26-16.pdf  Impact Fee Facilities Plan 9-26-16.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve Ordinance 16-45, adopting the West Jordan Impact Fee Facilities Plan (IFFP) and Impact Fee study dated September 26, 2016 prepared by TischlerBise, Inc.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Burton and passed 5-1 in favor with Councilmember Haaga abstaining.

8. BUSINESS ITEMS
a. Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 16-153, approve the Moderate Income Housing Biennial Report (David Oka) Bus 8a.pdf

This item was continued to October 26, 2016.

b. Report and update regarding the City providing solid waste hauling services to accompany cart maintenance and billing (Wendell Rigby) 
Bus 8b.pdf

This item was continued to October 26, 2016.

c. Discussion and possible action regarding Ordinance 16-46, approving a Temporary Land Use Ordinance, not to exceed six months, to temporarily disallow the filing of applications for Zoning Map and Land Use Map Amendments in the Pioneer District, located in the southwest part of the City (David Brickey) 
Bus 8c.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve Ordinance 16-46, approving a Temporary Land Use Ordinance, not to exceed six months, to temporarily disallow the filing of applications for Zoning Map and Land Use Map Amendments in the Pioneer District, located in the southwest part of the City.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 6-0 in favor.

d. Discussion and possible action regarding Ordinance 16-47, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code, Title 1, regarding an Ethics Commission (David Brickey) 
Bus 8d.pdf

This item was continued to October 26, 2016.

e. Discussion and possible action regarding Water Rates (Steve Glain) 
Bus 8e.pdf

This item was continued to October 26, 2016.

f. Discussion and possible action regarding Sewer Rates (Steve Glain) 
Bus 8f.pdf

This item was continued to October 26, 2016.

g. Discussion and possible action regarding Storm Water Rates (Steve Glain) 
Bus 8g.pdf

This item was continued to October 26, 2016.

9. REMARKS

10. CLOSED SESSION
a. Discussion of the character professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual
b. Strategy session to discuss pending or reasonably imminent litigation
c. Strategy sessions to discuss the purchase, exchange, or lease of real property, including any form of a water right or water shares


11. ADJOURN

Per West Jordan Municipal Code, 1-13-1C, the City Council will attempt to conclude meetings by 9 p.m. and adjourn at that time.

DATE/TIME: October 11 2016             By: Melanie S. Briggs, MMC
POSTED:       2:00 p.m.                                 City Clerk


I, Melanie S. Briggs, certify that I am the City Clerk of the City of West Jordan, Utah, and that the foregoing City Council agenda was faxed to the Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News, and the West Jordan Journal. The agenda was also posted at the following locations on the date and time as posted above: City Hall on the 1st floor; outside the Council Chambers on the 3rd floor, on the City’s website www.wjordan.com and the State Public Meeting Notice website at http://pmn.utah.gov

CITY OF WEST JORDAN CITY COUNCIL MEETING
COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3rd FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD
SEPTEMBER 21, 2016
***CLARIFICATION OF LANGUAGE***

***UPDATED***
Councilmembers' Jacob and  McConnehey were excused
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE CITY OF WEST JORDAN CITY COUNCIL WILL HOLD ITS REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING IN THE CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD, WEST JORDAN, UTAH. NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN THAT THE REGULAR MEETING MAY BE HELD ELECTRONICALLY. AUDIO EQUIPMENT WILL BE USED TO ENSURE THE COMMENTS/VOTES OF EACH COUNCIL MEMBER PARTICIPATING ELECTRONICALLY WILL BE AUDIBLE TO THOSE ATTENDING THE MEETING. A COUNCIL MEMBER WILL ATTEND AND VOTE VIA TELEPHONE.

"In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of West Jordan will make reasonable accommodations for participation in the meeting. Request for assistance can be made by contacting the City Clerk/Recorder at 801-569-5115, providing at least three working days advance notice of the meeting."

6:00 P.M.

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

3. COMMUNICATIONS

a. City Manager comments/Reports
b. Staff comments/Reports
c. City Council comments/Reports


4. CITIZEN COMMENT
Citizens are permitted to address the Council concerning any matter over which the Council has jurisdiction, including comments concerning an item on the agenda. The Council will allow 3 minutes to do so during this period. Written comments may be submitted if a citizen does not wish to speak. Any comments needing or requesting follow-up will be assigned to staff for further action as appropriate after the meeting. Please provide contact information on the sign-up sheet and state your name and phone number when speaking to the Council so later follow-up can take place. Persons who exceed the time or are otherwise disorderly may be expelled by the Council upon a two-thirds majority vote, as provided in Utah Code Annotated 10-3-608. The Council requires that citizens help maintain the decorum of the meeting by not applauding or booing, turning off electronic devices, not engaging in verbal attacks against others or being disrespectful during the proceedings of the meeting.

5. CONSENT ITEMS
a. Approve the minutes of August 24, 2016 as presented (Melanie Briggs) Consent 5a.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved to approve Consent Items 5a through 5g.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 5-0 in favor.

b. Approve Resolution 16-143, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Layne Inliner, LLC for the 7800 South and 4000 West Storm Drain Rehabilitation Project, for an amount not to exceed $1,394,240 (Wendell Rigby) Consent 5b.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved to approve Consent Items 5a through 5g.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 5-0 in favor.


c. Approve Resolution 16-144, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Advanced Paving and Construction, LLC for the Stone Creek Trail Improvements Project, for an amount not to exceed $92,145.00 (Wendell Rigby) 
Consent 5c.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved to approve Consent Items 5a through 5g.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 5-0 in favor.

d. Approve Resolution 16-145, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 1 to the Professional Service Agreement with Stantec for the Barney’s Wash Detention Basin Relocation Project in an amount not to exceed $6,850.00 (Wendell Rigby)
Consent 5d.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved to approve Consent Items 5a through 5g.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 5-0 in favor.

e. Approve Resolution 16-146, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Local Government Contract between the UDOT, West Jordan City and Project Engineering Consultants, Ltd, for preconstruction engineering for the 9000 South 4000 West Intersection project, in an amount not to exceed $108,726.97 (Wendell Rigby)
Consent 5e.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved to approve Consent Items 5a through 5g.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 5-0 in favor.

f. Approve Ordinance 16-39, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code Title 8, “Public Works, Public Ways and Property,” Section 8-9-3 regarding Telecommunication Compensation, cleaning up inconsistencies with City Code and City Fee Schedule; and update City Storm Water Discharge Ordinance to comply with the Utah Department of Environmental quality regulations (David Brickey)
Consent 5f.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved to approve Consent Items 5a through 5g.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 5-0 in favor.

g. Approve Resolution 16-147, authorizing no more than $500.00 to be used towards the cost of feeding volunteers who donate their time on the Tree Planting Service Project scheduled for November 5, 2016 (Councilmember Burton)
Consent 5g.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved to approve Consent Items 5a through 5g.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 5-0 in favor.

6. PUBLIC HEARING
a. ***Public hearing to receive comment with respect to (a) the issuance of approximately $45,000,000 of Sales Tax Revenue Bonds and (b) any potential economic impact that the project financed with proceeds of said bonds may have on the private sector (Bill Pyper)
PH 6a.pdf

No action was needed.  Public hearing only.

b. CONTINUED UNTIL OCTOBER 12, 2016 – MOTION REQUIRED - Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 16-, amending the Future Land Use Map for 138.5 acres of property located at 7800 South Highway U-111 from Low Density Residential, High Density Residential, Mixed Use, and Commercial to Low Density Residential, Medium Density Residential, and Commercial Designation; and Rezone 138.5 acres from MU, HFR, LSFR, and SC-2 to P-C Zone; Holmes Homes/ Patrick H. Holmes, applicant (David Oka) 

Motion:    Councilmember Burton moved to move the public hearing until October 12, 2016, to consider amending the Future Land Use Map for 138.5 acres of property located at 7800 South Highway U-111 from Low Density Residential, High Density Residential, Mixed Use, and Commercial to Low Density Residential, Medium Density Residential, and Commercial Designation; and Rezone 138.5 acres from MU, HFR, LSFR, and SC-2 to P-C Zone. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 5-0 in favor.

7. REMARKS

8. CLOSED SESSION
a. Discussion of the character professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual
b. Strategy session to discuss pending or reasonably imminent litigation
c. Strategy sessions to discuss the purchase, exchange, or lease of real property, including any form of a water right or water shares


9. ADJOURN

Per West Jordan Municipal Code, 1-13-1C, the City Council will attempt to conclude meetings by 9 p.m. and adjourn at that time.

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DATE/TIME September 19, 2016             By: Melanie S. Briggs, MMC
POSTED:      10:00 a.m.                                   City Clerk

I, Melanie S. Briggs, certify that I am the City Clerk of the City of West Jordan, Utah, and that the foregoing City Council agenda was faxed to the Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News, and the West Jordan Journal. The agenda was also posted at the following locations on the date and time as posted above: City Hall on the 1st floor; outside the Council Chambers on the 3rd floor, on the City’s website www.wjordan.com and the State Public Meeting Notice website at http://pmn.utah.gov

SEPTEMBER 7, 2016
6:00 P.M.

***AMENDED***
***Additional Links
Agenda.pdf

“In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of West Jordan will make reasonable accommodations for participation in the meeting. Request for assistance can be made by contacting the City Clerk/Recorder at 801-569-5115, providing at least three working days advance notice of the meeting."


6:00 P.M.

1.    CALL TO ORDER

2.    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

3.    PRESENTATION

a.    Recognize members of the World Mission Society Church of God who helped spread bark mulch and clean up Bateman Pond. A total of 65 volunteers contributed a total of 130 hours of volunteer labor

4.    COMMUNICATIONS

a.    City Manager comments/Reports
b.    Staff comments/Reports
c.    City Council comments/Reports


5.    CITIZEN COMMENT
Citizens are permitted to address the Council concerning any matter over which the Council has jurisdiction, including comments concerning an item on the agenda. The Council will allow 3 minutes to do so during this period. Written comments may be submitted if a citizen does not wish to speak. Any comments needing or requesting follow-up will be assigned to staff for further action as appropriate after the meeting. Please provide contact information on the sign-up sheet and state your name and phone number when speaking to the Council so later follow-up can take place. Persons who exceed the time or are otherwise disorderly may be expelled by the Council upon a two-thirds majority vote, as provided in Utah Code Annotated 10-3-608. The Council requires that citizens help maintain the decorum of the meeting by not applauding or booing, turning off electronic devices, not engaging in verbal attacks against others or being disrespectful during the proceedings of the meeting.

6.    CONSENT ITEMS
a.    Approve the minutes of August 10, 2016 as presented (Melanie Briggs) Consent 6a.pdf

b. Approve Resolution 16-139, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment #1 to the Agreement with WaterSmart Software Inc., in an amount not to exceed $15,200.00 (Wendell Rigby) Consent 6b.pdf

c. Approve Resolution 16-140, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 3 to the Professional Service Agreement with Bowen Collins & Associates, Inc. for the Veteran’s Irrigation Pond Reconstruction & Road project in an amount not to exceed $24,750.00 (Wendell Rigby) Consent 6c.pdf

d. Approve Resolution 16-141, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Local Government Contract between the UDOT, West Jordan City and Parsons Transportation Group for preconstruction engineering for the 5600 West 7800 South to 8600 South project, in an amount not to exceed $397,929.51 (Wendell Rigby) Consent 6d.pdf

e. Approve Resolution 16-142, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Skeen & Robinson to provide legal defender services to the City of West Jordan, in an amount not to exceed $ (David Brickey) Consent 6e.pdf

7.    BUSINESS ITEMS
a.    Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 16-143, approving the request for a refund to ‘Mitch the Sun Glasses Guy’ of vendor fees paid for the Western Stampede Celebration, in an amount of $1,000 (Brian Clegg) Bus 7a.pdf

b.    Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 16-144, approving an Option for the closure of 7000 South for the reconstruction of Bangerter Highway (Wendell Rigby) Bus 7b.pdf

c.    Discussion and possible action regarding a Secondary Water Feasibility Study (Wendell Rigby) Bus 7c.pdf   ***West Jordan Secondary Water Feasibility.pdf

d.    Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 16-125, regarding an Appeal of Impact Fees Paid for Overland Storage LLC, and a reimbursement in the amount of $74,962.93 (David Oka) Bus 7d.pdf (item removed until a further date)

e.    Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 16-100, amending the Uniform Fee Schedule for Fiscal Year 2016-2017 (Mark Palesh)
Bus 7e.pdf

f.    Discussion and possible action regarding Ordinance 16-38, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code, Title 1, adding a new Section 1-7-E, regarding ethical conduct for City Council Members and appropriate remedies for malconduct as well as the creation of an Ethics Commission (Mayor Rolfe) Bus 7f.pdf    ***Revised Ordinance.pdf 

g.    Discussion and possible action regarding the $1,000 City Council discretionary fund (Mayor Rolfe)
Bus 7g.pdf

h.    Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 16-145, amending the City Council Rules, Policies, and Procedures regarding Electronic Meetings (Councilmember Nichols) Bus 7h.pdf

8.    REMARKS

8.    CLOSED SESSION

a.    Discussion of the character professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual
b.    Strategy session to discuss pending or reasonably imminent litigation
c.    Strategy sessions to discuss the purchase, exchange, or lease of real property, including any form of a water right or water shares


9.    ADJOURN

Per West Jordan Municipal Code, 1-13-1C, the City Council will attempt to conclude meetings by 9 p.m. and adjourn at that time.

DATE/TIME September 2, 2016          By: Melanie S. Briggs, MMC
POSTED:      12:00 p.m.                                City Clerk


I, Melanie S. Briggs, certify that I am the City Clerk of the City of West Jordan, Utah, and that the foregoing City Council agenda was faxed to the Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News, and the West Jordan Journal. The agenda was also posted at the following locations on the date and time as posted above: City Hall on the 1st floor; outside the Council Chambers on the 3rd floor, on the City’s website www.wjordan.com and the State Public Meeting Notice website at http://pmn.utah.gov


CITY OF WEST JORDAN CITY COUNCIL MEETING
COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3rd FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD
AUGUST 24, 2016
6:00 P.M.
***AMENDED*** 
***UPDATED***
Councilmember Haaga was excused


2nd Amended Agenda.pdf

“In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of West Jordan will make reasonable accommodations for participation in the meeting. Request for assistance can be made by contacting the City Clerk/Recorder at 801-569-5115, providing at least three working days advance notice of the meeting."


6:00 P.M.

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

3. COMMUNICATIONS

a. City Manager comments/Reports
b. Staff comments/Reports
c. City Council comments/Reports


4. CITIZEN COMMENT
Citizens are permitted to address the Council concerning any matter over which the Council has jurisdiction, including comments concerning an item on the agenda. The Council will allow 3 minutes to do so during this period. Written comments may be submitted if a citizen does not wish to speak. Any comments needing or requesting follow-up will be assigned to staff for further action as appropriate after the meeting. Please provide contact information on the sign-up sheet and state your name and phone number when speaking to the Council so later follow-up can take place. Persons who exceed the time or are otherwise disorderly may be expelled by the Council upon a two-thirds majority vote, as provided in Utah Code Annotated 10-3-608. The Council requires that citizens help maintain the decorum of the meeting by not applauding or booing, turning off electronic devices, not engaging in verbal attacks against others or being disrespectful during the proceedings of the meeting.

5. CONSENT ITEMS
a. Approve the update to the West Jordan Engineering Standards regarding water meter specifications (Wendell Rigby) Consent 5a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Jacob moved to approve all Consent Items. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Burton and passed 6-0 in favor.

b. Approve Resolution 16-133, authorizing the Mayor to execute the City of West Jordan’s Annual Stormwater Report (Wendell Rigby)
Consent 5b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Jacob moved to approve all Consent Items. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Burton and passed 6-0 in favor.

c. Approve Resolution 16-134, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Master Utility Agreement between the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) and the City of West Jordan or interchange improvements at 9000 South Bangerter Highway and 7000 South Bangerter Highway, in an amount not to exceed $1,814,000.00 (Wendell Rigby)
Consent 5c.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Jacob moved to approve all Consent Items. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Burton and passed 6-0 in favor.

d. Approve Resolution 16-135, authorizing a Purchase Order with Utah Yamas Controls to replace existing cameras, and add new cameras and card readers in City Hall to increase the security for the building in an amount not to exceed $69,298.37 (Wendell Rigby)
Consent 5d.pdf


Motion:    Councilmember Jacob moved to approve all Consent Items. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Burton and passed 6-0 in favor.

6. PUBLIC HEARING
a. Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 16-33, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code Title 12, ‘Sign Regulations,’ Section 12-3-2 regarding the size, height and density restrictions of freeway-oriented signs and directional signs, City-wide applicability, Eric Shinsato/Allred Electric Sign & Awning, applicant (David Oka) PH 6a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Jacob moved to approve Ordinance 16-33, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code Title 12, ‘Sign Regulations,’ Section 12-3-2 regarding the size, height and density restrictions of freeway-oriented signs and directional signs, City-wide applicability. The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 5-1 in favor with Councilmember McConnehey casting the negative vote.

b. Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 16-34, approving a Rezone and General Plan Amendment; 4652 West 7800 South; Future Land Use Map Amendment for approximately 22.8 acres from Business Research Park to Medium Density Residential and Rezone approximately 22.8 acres from A-20 (Agricultural 20-acre minimum lot size) to R-1-8E (Single-family Residential 8,000 square foot lots, “E” size homes) Zone; (Airport Property), City of West Jordan, applicant (David Oka)
PH 6b.pdf

Motion:    Mayor Rolfe moved to approve Ordinance 16-34, approving a Rezone and General Plan Amendment; 4652 West 7800 South; Future Land Use Map Amendment for approximately 22.8 acres from Business Research Park to Medium Density Residential and Rezone approximately 22.8 acres from A-20 (Agricultural 20-acre minimum lot size) to R-1-8E (Single-family Residential 8,000 square foot lots, “E” size homes) Zone; (Airport Property); and instruct staff that when the property was submitted for sale that a 60 foot protection strip next to the rail line, be developed as a trail creating a buffer, with a minimum 8 feet in height. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Burton and passed 4-2 in favor with Councilmembers' Jacob and Rice casting the negative votes.

c. Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 16-35, approving a Rezone and General Plan Amendment; 6543 West 7400 South; Future Land Use Map Amendment for approximately 9.68 acres from Future Park to Medium Density Residential and Rezone approximately 9.68 acres from A-20 (Agricultural 20-acre minimum lot size) to R-1-10E (Single-family Residential 10,000 square foot lots, “E” size homes) Zone; (Maples Property), City of West Jordan, applicant (David Oka)
PH 6c.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Jacob moved to deny Ordinance 16-35; and direct staff to remove this 9.68 acres from the surplus list. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 4-2 in favor with Mayor Rolfe and Councilmember Nichols casting the negative votes.

d. Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 16-36, approving a Rezone and General Plan Amendment; 7049 West 7800 South; Future Land Use Map Amendment for approximately 6.5 acres from Parks and Open Land to Medium Density Residential and Rezone approximately 6.5 acres from P-C (Planned Community) to R-1-9E (Single-family Residential 9,000 square foot lots, “E” size homes) Zone; (Sycamores Property), City of West Jordan, applicant (David Oka) PH 6d.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Ordinance 16-36, approving a Rezone and General Plan Amendment; 7049 West 7800 South; Future Land Use Map Amendment for approximately 6.5 acres from Parks and Open Land to Medium Density Residential and Rezone approximately 6.5 acres from P-C (Planned Community) to R-1-10F (Single-family Residential 10,000 square foot lots, “F” size homes) Zone; (Sycamores Property), . The motion was seconded by Mayor  Rolfe and passed 4-2 in favor with Councilmembers' Jacob and McConnehey casting the negative votes.

7. BUSINESS ITEMS
a. Discussion and consideration for adoption of a Resolution 16-136, of the City Council of the City of West Jordan, Utah authorizing the issuance and sale of not more than $50,000,000 of Sales Tax Revenue and Refunding Bonds; and related matters (Bill Pyper) Bus 7a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Jacob moved to approve Resolution 16-136, of the City Council of the City of West Jordan, Utah authorizing the issuance and sale of not more than $45,000,000 of Sales Tax Revenue and Refunding Bonds; and related matters. The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 4-2 in favor with Councilmembers' McConnehey and Nichols casting the negative votes.

b. Discussion and consideration for adoption of a Resolution 16-137, of the City Council of the City of West Jordan, Utah authorizing and approving the execution and delivery of a Master Lease Agreement by and between the City and the Municipal Building Authority of the City of West Jordan, Utah (the “Authority”), and a Ground Lease Agreement; authorizing the issuance and sale by the Authority of not more than $25,000,000 of Lease Revenue Bonds; and related matters (Bill Pyper)
Bus 7b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve Resolution 16-137, of the City Council of the City of West Jordan, Utah authorizing and approving the execution and delivery of a Master Lease Agreement by and between the City and the Municipal Building Authority of the City of West Jordan, Utah (the “Authority”), and a Ground Lease Agreement; authorizing the issuance and sale by the Authority of not more than $25,000,000 of Lease Revenue Bonds; and related matters. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 6-0 in favor.

c. Discussion and possible action regarding Ordinance 16-37, allowing for a reduction in size of the project area boundaries to Economic Development Area#5 – Pioneer Technology District as approved by the Redevelopment Agency of West Jordan (David Oka)
Bus 7c.pdf

This item was continued to a future meeting.

d. ***Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 16-125, regarding an Appeal of Impact Fees Paid for Overland Storage LLC, and a reimbursement in the amount of $74,962.93 (David Oka)  (Item pulled per City Manager Mark Palesh)
Bus 7d.pdf

This item was continued to a future meeting.

e. Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 16-100, amending the Uniform Fee Schedule for Fiscal Year 2016-2017 (Mark Palesh)  (Item pulled per City Manager Mark Palesh)
Bus 7e.pdf

This item was continued to a future meeting.

f. Discussion and possible action regarding a Resolution 16-138, authorizing the Mayor to execute an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement with Salt Lake County regarding Tourism, Recreation, Cultural, Convention, and Airport Facilities Tax Act “TRCC Funds” to help plan for construction of a cultural arts facility in West Jordan as described in the Cultural Facilities Support Program Application (Councilmember McConnehey)
Bus 7f.pdf

The Council agreed to request an extension until October 31, 2017, from Salt Lake County.

g. Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 16-139, supporting the Jordan School District Bond issue (Councilmember Burton)
Bus 7g.pdf

Motion:    Mayor Rolfe moved to approve Resolution 16-139, supporting the Jordan School District Bond issue. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Burton and passed 6-0 in favor.

8. REMARKS

9. CLOSED SESSION
a. Discussion of the character professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual
b. Strategy session to discuss pending or reasonably imminent litigation
c. Strategy sessions to discuss the purchase, exchange, or lease of real property, including any form of a water right or water shares


10. ADJOURN

Per West Jordan Municipal Code, 1-13-1C, the City Council will attempt to conclude meetings by 9 p.m. and adjourn at that time.

DATE/TIME August 23, 2016              By: Melanie S. Briggs, MMC
POSTED:      2:00 p.m.                                  City Clerk


I, Melanie S. Briggs, certify that I am the City Clerk of the City of West Jordan, Utah, and that the foregoing City Council agenda was faxed to the Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News, and the West Jordan Journal. The agenda was also posted at the following locations on the date and time as posted above: City Hall on the 1st floor; outside the Council Chambers on the 3rd floor, on the City’s website www.wjordan.com and the State Public Meeting Notice website at http://pmn.utah.gov

CITY OF WEST JORDAN CITY COUNCIL MEETING
COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3rd FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD
AUGUST 10, 2016
6:00 P.M.
***AMENDED*** 
***UPDATED***
Councilmembers' Haaga and McConnehey were excused.

Amended Agenda.pdf

“In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of West Jordan will make reasonable accommodations for participation in the meeting. Request for assistance can be made by contacting the City Clerk/Recorder at 801-569-5115, providing at least three working days advance notice of the meeting."

6:00 P.M.

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

3. COMMUNICATIONS
a. City Manager comments/Reports
b. Staff comments/Reports
c. City Council comments/Reports


4. CITIZEN COMMENT
Citizens are permitted to address the Council concerning any matter over which the Council has jurisdiction, including comments concerning an item on the agenda. The Council will allow 3 minutes to do so during this period. Written comments may be submitted if a citizen does not wish to speak. Any comments needing or requesting follow-up will be assigned to staff for further action as appropriate after the meeting. Please provide contact information on the sign-up sheet and state your name and phone number when speaking to the Council so later follow-up can take place. Persons who exceed the time or are otherwise disorderly may be expelled by the Council upon a two-thirds majority vote, as provided in Utah Code Annotated 10-3-608. The Council requires that citizens help maintain the decorum of the meeting by not applauding or booing, turning off electronic devices, not engaging in verbal attacks against others or being disrespectful during the proceedings of the meeting.

5. CONSENT ITEMS
a. Approve the minutes of July 27, 2016 as presented (Melanie Briggs) Consent 5a.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 5d. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 5-0 in favor.

b. Approve Resolution 16-126, authorizing the Mayor to execute two General Service Contracts, Work Order Numbers 6198965 & 6198978, with Rocky Mountain Power to provide electric service for sprinkler timers located at 4980 Sunset Cove Park and 9250 Colter Bay Circle in an amount not-to-exceed $5,367.00 (Wendell Rigby)
Consent 5b.pdf  

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 5d. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 5-0 in favor.

c. Approve Resolution 16-127, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 2 to the Agreement with Bowen Collins & Associates for additional work on the Cemetery Sexton Building Project, in an amount not-to-exceed $1,026.00 (Wendell Rigby)
Consent 5c.pdf  

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 5d. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 5-0 in favor.

d. Approve the update to the West Jordan Engineering Standards regarding water meter specifications (Wendell Rigby)
Consent 5d.pdf  

This item was continued to August 24, 2016.

e. Approve Resolution 16-128, authorizing the Mayor to execute Contracts with RRJ Consulting to provide lobbying services for the 2017 legislative session (Mark Palesh)
Consent 5e.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 5d. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 5-0 in favor.

f. Approve Resolution 16-129, authorizing the Mayor to execute an Agreement for Services with Stirrin’ Dirt Racing LLC for the production of the 2016 West Jordan Demolition Derby, in an amount of $45,000.00 (Brian Clegg)
Consent 5f.pdf  

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 5d. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 5-0 in favor.

g. Approve Resolution 16-130, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Deferral Agreement for the Larsen Meadows Subdivision located at 7953 South 2700 West (David Oka)
Consent 5g.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 5d. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 5-0 in favor.

6. PUBLIC HEARING
a. Receive public input and consider for approval Resolution 16-131, regarding the West Jordan Police Department’s application for an “Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant” for 2016 in an amount of $30,785.00 (Doug Diamond) PH 6a.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Resolution 16-131, regarding the West Jordan Police Department’s application for an “Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant” for 2016 in an amount of $30,785.00 . The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 5-0 in favor.

7. BUSINESS ITEMS
a. Discussion and possible action regarding Ace Recycling & Disposal contract (Wendell
Rigby) Bus 7a.pdf 

Motion:    Mayor Rolfe moved to direct legal staff to prepare a change to the current contract, to reflect the change of conditions that have occurred; immediately demand all back payments that are due, from the day that they quit paying, until the time the new contract amendments would be approved. The amendments would only affect the rebate portion. Also, allow for a legal opinion prior to a contract being amended. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 5-0 in favor.


b. Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 16-100, amending the Uniform Fee Schedule for Fiscal Year 2016-2017 (Mark Palesh) Bus 7b.pdf  

This item was continued to August 24, 2016.

c. Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 16-132, confirming the appointment of members to serve on the Employee Discharge Appeal Board (Melanie Briggs) 
Bus 7c.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Resolution 16-132, confirming the appointment of members to serve on the Employee Discharge Appeal Board, appointing Councilmember Jacob, and Councilmember Nichols as alternate. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and passed 5-0 in favor.

d. Discussion and possible action regarding Interlocal Cooperation Agreement with Salt Lake County regarding Tourism, Recreation, Cultural, Convention, and Airport Facilities Tax Act “TRCC Funds” to help plan for construction of a cultural arts facility in West Jordan as described in the Cultural Facilities Support Program Application (Councilmember McConnehey)
Bus 7d.pdf 

No action was taken.

e. ***Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 16-133, formal censure for Malconduct of Councilmember Jeff Haaga (Councilmember Nichols) Resolution to Censure Council Member Jeff Haaga.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Resolution 16-133, formal censure for Malconduct of Councilmember Jeff Haaga. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Jacob and failed 3-2 with Mayor Rolfe and Councilmember Burton casting the negative votes.

8. REMARKS

9. CLOSED SESSION
a. Discussion of the character professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual
b. Strategy session to discuss pending or reasonably imminent litigation
c. Strategy sessions to discuss the purchase, exchange, or lease of real property, including any form of a water right or water shares


10. ADJOURN

Per West Jordan Municipal Code, 1-13-1C, the City Council will attempt to conclude meetings by 9 p.m. and adjourn at that time.

DATE/TIME: August 9, 2016             By: Melanie S. Briggs, MMC
POSTED:       2:00 p.m.                            City Clerk

I, Melanie S. Briggs, certify that I am the City Clerk of the City of West Jordan, Utah, and that the foregoing City Council agenda was faxed to the Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News, and the West Jordan Journal. The agenda was also posted at the following locations on the date and time as posted above: City Hall on the 1st floor; outside the Council Chambers on the 3rd floor, on the City’s website www.wjordan.com and the State Public Meeting Notice website at http://pmn.utah.gov
Agenda.pdf
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