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THE CITY OF WEST JORDAN
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3rd FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD
NOVEMBER 19, 2014
6:00 P.M
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***UPDATED***

Agenda.pdf

***NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE CITY OF WEST JORDAN CITY COUNCIL WILL HOLD ITS REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2014, IN THE CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD, WEST JORDAN, UTAH. NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN THAT THE REGULAR MEETING WILL 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." 


5:00 P.M. CLOSED SESSION

1.    CALLED TO ORDER

2.    CLOSED SESSION

a.    Strategy sessions to discuss the purchase, exchange, or lease of real property, including any form of a water right or water shares
b.    Strategy session to discuss pending or reasonably imminent litigation

3.    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 

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 22, 2014 as presented [Melanie Briggs] Consent 6a.pdf

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

b.    Approve Resolution 14-204, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with River Restoration.Org for 30% design of the “Big Bend” Habitat Area Restoration, in an amount not to exceed $188,224.64 [Tom Burdett] Consent 6b.pdf

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

c.    Approve Resolution 14-205, authorizing the Mayor to execute an Underground Right-of-Way Easement to Rocky Mountain Power for its required utility relocation as part of the City’s 5600 West, 6200 South – 7000 South Road Widening Project [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6c.pdf

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

d.    Approve Resolution 14-206, authorizing the Mayor to execute a General Service Contract with Rocky Mountain Power to provide electric service for the Ron Wood Maintenance Yard, in an amount not to exceed $10,819.89 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6d.pdf

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

e.    Approve Resolution 14-207, authorizing the temporary closure of 9000 South from 4800 to 5300 West from May 1 to August 30, 2015 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6e.pdf

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

f.    Approve Resolution 14-208, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Right of Way Contract with Kick Creek, LLC (Peterson Development) for the acquisition of property required for the 7800 South road widening addition to the City’s 5600 West, 7000 South – 7800 South Road Project [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6f.pdf

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

g.    Approve Resolution 14-209, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Right of Way Contract with Kick Creek, LLC, Doves Landing, L.C., and Canyon Ranches, L.C. (Peterson Development), for the acquisition of property required for the 7800 South road widening addition to the City’s 5600 West, 7000 South – 7800 South Road Project [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6g.pdf 

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

h.    Approve Resolution 14-210, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 1 to the Professional Services Agreement with Hansen Allen & Luce Inc. for additional engineering services for the 2014 Water Master Plan Update to include a SCADA/Telemetry Master Plan, in an amount not to exceed $29,800.00 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6h.pdf

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

i.    Approve Resolution 14-211, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 1 to the Professional Services Agreement with Bowen Collins & Associates for additional construction period services for the Well No. 3 Pump House Project, in an amount not to exceed $9,600.00 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6i.pdf

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

j.    Approve Resolution 14-212, authorizing staff to proceed with increasing the Purchase Order with Asphalt Materials, Inc. for Public Works in-house overlay project, in an amount not to exceed $260,000.00 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6j.pdf

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

k.    Approve Resolution 14-213, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Contract with Parsons Brinkerhoff to provide professional design services for the 7800 South widening project located between 4000 West and Airport Road in an amount not-to-exceed $622,253.76 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6k.pdf

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

l.    Approve Resolution 14-214, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 1 with MWH, Inc. to provide additional construction management services for Grizzly 4.0 MG Reservoir project in an amount not-to-exceed $39,195.00 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6l.pdf

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

7.    PUBLIC HEARING
a.    CONTINUED FROM OCTOBER 22, 2014 – Receive public input and consider for approval Resolution 14-215, regarding the FEMA Mitigation Plan Update [Marc McElreath] PH 7a.pdf   Annex Q - City of West Jordan Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan Combined with SLCO sections 102314.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to adopt Resolution 14-215 to support the strategies put forward in the West Jordan section of the Salt Lake County Multi-hazard Mitigation Plan. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Stoker and passed 7-0 in favor.

b.    Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 14-35, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code Title 4, Chapter 2, adding a new Article U entitled ‘Residential Treatment Facilities,’ and Title 13, Chapter 8, deleting ‘Special Residential Facilities,’ and other miscellaneous changes to Title 13, City Wide applicability, City of West Jordan, applicant [Tom Burdett] PH 7b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved that we postpone this discussion to a date uncertain, to include/change the verbiage as addressed, until January or February 2015.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 4-3 in favor with Mayor Rolfe and Councilmembers' Hansen and Stoker casting the negative votes.

8.    BUSINESS ITEMS
a.    Discussion and direction for staff regarding an amendment to the Future Land Use Map for the General Plan and the Official Zoning Map to delete approximately 10.21 acres of land, located at 7653 – 7655 South 1300 West from the TSOD designation boundaries [Tom Burdett] Bus 8a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to direct staff to prepare an amendment to the Future Land Use Map of the General Plan and the official Zoning Map to delete approximately 10.21 acres of land, located north of the Gardner Village site at 7653-7655 South 1300 West from the TSOD boundary and present said amendment to the Planning Commission for recommendations. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 7-0 in favor.

b.    Discussion and possible action regarding Ordinance 14-11, ratification of the Preliminary Development Plan for The Station at Gardner Mill and establish Multi-Family Residential density of 20.29 units per acre; for property located at approximately 7659 South 1300 West; P-C (TSOD) Zone; Colosimo Brothers, applicant [Tom Burdett] Bus 8b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved that the City Council adopt Ordinance #14-11, ratifying the Planning Commission’s approval of a residential density of 19.2 units per acre for a total of 224 multi-family residential dwelling units for the Gardner Station project with the following five conditions of approval:

1. Maximum building height of all structures is fifty-eight (58) feet.
2. Developer installation of a center left-turn lane on 1300 West at the north entrance to the site.
3. Developer installation of right-turn deceleration lane and right-turn acceleration lane on 1300 West at the north entrance to the site.
4. Developer installation of a four to six-foot wide sidewalk from 1300 West to Gardner Village along the north access of the site, including a pedestrian bridge over the North Jordan Canal, if necessary.
5. Execution of a development agreement between the City and Gardner Village LC prohibiting multi-family structures on the corner of 7800 South and 1300 West.

The motion was seconded by Councilmember Stoker and passed 5-2 in favor with Mayor Rolfe and Councilmember Haaga casting the negative votes.


c.    Discussion and direction for staff regarding the Council Chambers Audio-Video streaming system [Bryce Haderlie] Bus 8c.pdf *documents are for item 8c

The Council agreed to direct staff to approach the vendors why they chose to not submit an RFP, and look at other options for the same functionality..

d.    Discussion and possible direction regarding Resolution 14-216, authorizing the Mayor to execute an Equipment Lease Application with Bank of the West for $200,000.00, for a 48-month lease; and approve a Purchase Agreement with YipTel for $197,620.00 for the purchase and installation of a new phone system [Bryce Haderlie] Bus 8d.pdf *documents are for item 8d

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved  to approve Resolution 14-216, authorizing the Mayor to execute an Equipment Lease Application with Bank of the West for $200,000.00, for a 48-month lease; and approve a Purchase Agreement with YipTel for $197,620.00 for the purchase and installation of a new phone system, with the condition that staff properly review the documents that there are not hidden change orders, or additional costs such as wiring. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Stoker and passed 7-0 in favor.

e.    Discussion and direction for staff regarding the Facility Use Policy and possible code changes for facility and parks usage [Bryce Haderlie] Bus 8e.pdf  *documents are for item 8e 

This item was continued to December 17.

9.    REMARKS

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 November 14, 2014     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
NOVEMBER 5, 2014
6:00 P.M
.
 
***UPDATED***

“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. CLOSED SESSION

1.    CALLED TO ORDER

2.    CLOSED SESSION

a.    Strategy sessions to discuss the purchase, exchange, or lease of real property, including any form of a water right or water shares
b.    Strategy session to discuss pending or reasonably imminent litigation

3.    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 

4.    PRESENTATIONS
a.    Recognition of Jack Hansen, as a West Jordan Centurion and a World War II Veteran, serving in the Airborne Division [Councilmember Haaga]
b.    Presentation of check to the City of West Jordan from Comcast Dignitaries, regarding proceeds from ‘Comcast Cares Day/I Love West Jordan Day’ [Bryce Haderlie]
c.    Presentation of Sierra Newbold Playground ‘Balloon Cluster’ [Doug Diamond]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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

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.    CONSENT ITEMS
a.    Approve request from Veronica Zamora to serve alcohol at Pioneer Hall for a reservation scheduled November 21, 2014 [Bryce Haderlie] Consent 7a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Consent Items 7a, b, and d.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 7-0 in favor.

b.    Approve Resolution 14-201, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with North Face Roofing for re-roofing Fire Station 53, in an amount not to exceed $41,800 [Bryce Haderlie] Consent 7b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Consent Items 7a, b, and d.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 7-0 in favor.

c.    Approve Resolution 14-202, authorizing the Mayor to execute an agreement with Envision Engineering as the LED Street Lights Consultant in an amount not to exceed $22,115.00 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 7c.pdf

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

d.    Approve an Agreement with Billtrust Complete Billing Service and authorize the Mayor to execute an Agreement for online bill pay services with Bill Trust for electronic bill payment system [Ryan Bradshaw] Consent 7d.pdf
 
Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Consent Items 7a, b, and d.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 7-0 in favor.

8.    PUBLIC HEARING
a.    Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 14-33, regarding amending the General Plan Land Use Map and Rezoning Land Use Amendment of 20 acres from Research Park to Light Industrial and Rezoning from BR-P (Business Research Park) Zone to M-1 (Light Manufacturing) Zone, for property located at 7602 South Airport Road; Utah National Guard, State of Utah DFCM/Matthias Mueller, applicant [Tom Burdett] PH 8a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols said based on the information and findings set forth in the staff report and upon the evidence and explanations received today, he moved to adopt and authorize the Mayor to sign Ordinance 14-33, to amend the General Plan Future Land Use Map for 20 acres of property located at 7602 South Airport Road from Research Park to Light Industrial and Rezone the property from Business and Research Park (BR-P) to the Light Manufacturing (M-1) Zone.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 7-0 in favor.

9.    BUSINESS ITEMS
a.    Reconsideration of Ordinance 14-31, adopted October 22, 2014, and approve Ordinance 14-34, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code making miscellaneous amendments and adding language relating to a new Cap and Grade requirements for certain types of multi-family residential developments; City-wide applicability; City of West Jordan, applicant [Mayor Rolfe] Bus 9a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to reconsider Ordinance 14-31.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-1 in favor with Mayor Rolfe casting the negative vote.

Motion:    Councilmember Stoker moved to adopt Ordinance 14-34, which would remove all of the items from the exemption list, except for item number 1 (TSOD Section); so items 2 through 6 would no longer be exemptions, they will be included in the computation, and part of the Cap and Grade System, pending Legal review regarding Federal and State laws (ADA, Fair Housing Act, etc.).  The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-1 in favor with Councilmember Nichols casting the negative vote.

b.    Discussion and direction for staff identifying the purchasing method for the City Phone System [Bryce Haderlie] Bus 9b.pdf

Informational only (leasing versus puchasing).  The Council agreed with Option 2 (Capital Lease for the phone system for 48-months).

c.    Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 14-192, regarding the location for a new Fleet Facility, and future soccer field locations [Bryce Haderlie] Bus 9c.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved to approve Resolution 14-192, approving the 4.21-acre site directly north of the existing Public Works facility for a new Fleet Facility building and have staff proceed with Request for Proposals for the design of a new Fleet Facility at this location.  The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and failed 2-5 with Councilmembers' Hansen, McConnehey, Nichols, Southworth, and Stoker casting the negative votes.

d.    Discussion and direction for staff regarding Bonding options for various projects [Bryce Haderlie] Bus 9d.pdf

The Council agreed to direct staff to bring back a parameters resolution to begin the bonding for the LED lighting and Parks.

e.    Report and update on the City of West Jordan’s Fiscal Year 2014-2015 1st Quarterly Report [Bryce Haderlie] Bus 9e.pdf

Informational only.

f.    Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 14-203, ratifying the City’s receipt of legal services rendered by Snow, Christensen & Martineau since the City’s withdrawal from URMMA, including the City’s payment for those legal services, and authorizing the Mayor to execute a written agreement with Snow, Christensen & Martineau for the rendering of legal services defending the City and its representatives in the now pending litigation [Jeff Robinson] Bus 9f.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve Resolution 14-203, ratifying the City’s receipt of legal services rendered by Snow, Christensen & Martineau since the City’s withdrawal from URMMA, including the City’s payment for those legal services, and authorizing the Mayor to execute a written agreement with Snow, Christensen, & Martineau for the rendering of legal services defending the City and its representatives in the now pending litigation. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 5-2 in favor with Mayor Rolfe, and Councilmember Haaga casting the negative votes.

10.    REMARKS

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 30, 2014     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
OCTOBER 22, 2014
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."

5:00 P.M. CLOSED SESSION

1. CALLED TO ORDER

2. CLOSED SESSION

a. Strategy sessions to discuss the purchase, exchange, or lease of real property, including any form of a water right or water shares


3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

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 10, 2104, September 24, 2014, and October 8, 2014 as presented [Melanie Briggs]  Consent 6a.pdf

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

b. Approve the request from Eulalia Gonzalez to serve alcohol at Pioneer Hall for a reservation scheduled Friday, October 26, 2014 [Bryce Haderlie]
Consent 6b.pdf

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

c. Approve request from Jason McDermaid to serve alcohol at Pioneer Hall for a reservation scheduled Sunday, November 2, 2014 [Bryce Haderlie] 
Consent 6c.pdf
 

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

d. Approve the request from Dezira Gorney to serve alcohol at Pioneer Hall for a reservation scheduled Friday, November 14, 2014 [Bryce Haderlie] 
Consent 6d.pdf 

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

e. Approve the request from Sandy Rivadeneira to serve alcohol at Pioneer Hall for a reservation scheduled Friday, November 22, 2014 [Bryce Haderlie] 
Consent 6e.pdf 

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

f. Approve Resolution 14-194, confirming the appointment of Brian Clegg as the Parks Director for the City of West Jordan [Bryce Haderlie]
Consent 6f.pdf

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

g. Approve Resolution 14-195, accepting permanent and temporary easements from Lamar and Vicky Jones for the City’s Bingham Junction Water Tank Project in exchange for the City releasing a temporary turn-around and storm drain easement on property owned by Lamar and Vicky Jones in a different location [Wendell Rigby]
Consent 6g.pdf

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

h. Approve Resolution 14-196, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with G Brown Design & Jacobsen irrigation for the Calsense Central irrigation design, in an amount not to exceed $111,590.00 [Brian Clegg] 
Consent 6h.pdf 

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

i. Approve Resolution 14-197, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Real Estate Purchase Contract between the City and U.S. Bank Trust (Caliber Home Loans) to purchase property located at 6995 S Columbia Drive, West Jordan [Mayor Rolfe] 
Consent 6i.pdf

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

j. Approve Resolution 14-198, authorizing the Mayor to execute the Ground Lease Agreement and Agreement for Services with the West Jordan Historical Society in an amount not to exceed $5,993.00 [Bryce Haderlie]
Consent 6j.pdf

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

k. Approve Resolution 14-199, declaring as surplus and disposing of City owned property located at 7971 South 1825 West, West Jordan, for the purpose of trading the City’s property for Salt Lake County’s property located at 1970 West 7800 South; and authorizing the Mayor to execute an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement between the City and Salt Lake County, for the purpose of trading the City’s property located at 7971 South 1825 West, West Jordan, for Salt Lake County’s property located at 1970 West 7800 South, West Jordan [Bryce Haderlie] 
Consent 6k.pdf
 

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

7. PUBLIC HEARING
a. Receive public input and consider for approval Resolution 14-200, amending the budget and transfer up to $4 million from the solid waste fund (where there is a surplus) to the storm fund to accelerate projects to improve the city's storm drain infrastructure [Ryan Bradshaw] PH 7a.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Stoker moved to approve Resolution 14-200, amending the budget and transfer up to $4 million from the solid waste fund (where there is a surplus) to the storm fund to accelerate projects to improve the city's storm drain infrastructure, and direct staff to bring back a review of the Storm Water Fee before the end of the calendar year. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 6-1 in favor with Councilmember Southworth casting the negative vote.

b. Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 14-31, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code making miscellaneous amendments and adding language relating to a new Cap and Grade requirements for certain types of multi-family residential developments; City-wide applicability; City of West Jordan, applicant [Tom Burdett]
PH 7b.pdf

Motion:    Mayor Rolfe moved to approve Ordinance 14-31, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code making miscellaneous amendments and adding language relating to a new Cap and Grade requirements for certain types of multi-family residential developments, with one amendment to change the ratio from 83% - 17% to 77% - 23%, as it is today.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 6-1 in favor with Councilmember Nichols casting the negative vote.

c. Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 14-32, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code, making miscellaneous amendments to Title 13 and adding language relating to a new Airport Zone (and Special Purpose Districts); City-wide applicability; City of West Jordan, applicant [Tom Burdett]
PH 7c.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve Ordinance 14-32, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code, making miscellaneous amendments to Title 13 and adding language relating to a new Airport Zone (and Special Purpose Districts).  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 7-0 in favor.

d. CONTINUE TO NOVEMBER 19, 2014 – MOTION REQUIRED - Receive public input and consider for approval a Resolution regarding the FEMA Mitigation Plan Update  

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to continue the Public Hearing to approve a Resolution regarding the FEMA Mitigation Plan Update, until November 19, 2014.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Southworth and passed 7-0 in favor.

8. BUSINESS ITEMS
a. Discussion and possible action regarding Bonding options for various projects [Bryce Haderlie] Bus 8a.pdf 

This item was not discussed.

b. Discussion and possible action regarding authorization to advertise and hire a full-time Executive Assistant position in the City Manager’s Office [Bryce Haderlie] 
Bus 8b.pdf
 

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to authorize staff to advertise, internally and externally simultaneously, interview and hire a full-time Executive Administrative Assistant to the Administration Department with an anticipated hiring date of January 2015 and to amend the future Salary Schedule to reflect the change.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 7-0 in favor.

9. REMARKS

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 October 17, 2014     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


 

THE CITY OF WEST JORDAN
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
COUNCIL CHAMBERS
3rd FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD
ROAD
OCTOBER 8, 2014
6:00 P.M.
***AMENDED***
***UPDATED***
Councilmember McConnehey left the meeting at 9:03 p.m.

Amended Agenda.pdf
Agenda.pdf

***Link for Business Item 8f has been added

“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."

5:30 P.M. CLOSED SESSION

1.    CALLED TO ORDER


2.    CLOSED SESSION

a.    Discuss the purchase, exchange, or lease of real property

3.    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

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 14-141, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Contract Renewal with the Chamber of Commerce for membership and services for Fiscal Year 2014-2015 [Bryce Haderlie]
Consent 6a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve all Consent Items except 6d.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 7-0 in favor.

b.    Approve Resolution 14-187, declaring items from various City Departments that are no longer of any value or use as surplus property, and authorize the disposition [Bryce Haderlie]
Consent 6b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve all Consent Items except 6d.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 7-0 in favor.

c.    Approve Resolution 14-188, authorizing the Mayor to sign the Local Government Contract Modification No. 4 with UDOT and Horrocks Engineers, Inc. for the 5600 West 6300 South to 7000 South Project in an amount not to exceed $11,954.28 [Wendell Rigby]
Consent 6c.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve all Consent Items except 6d.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 7-0 in favor.

d.    App
rove Resolution 14-189, authorizing staff to amend the budget approving $40,000 in telecommunication monies for an irrigation project to take corrective action on an irrigation system located near 3100 West and 7000 South [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6d.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to table Consent Item 6d until the first meeting in March 2015.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 7-0 in favor.

e.    Approve Resolution 14-190, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 1 to the Professional Services Agreement with Hansen, Allen and Luce, Inc. for additional surveying of newly constructed storm drain pipes and manholes, in an amount not to exceed $22,000 [Wendell Rigby]
Consent 6e.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve all Consent Items except 6d.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 7-0 in favor.

f.    Approve Resolution 14-191, authorizing the closure of 7800 South at the TRAX overpass (Gardner Village) for Fire and UTA training, October 12, 2014, between the hours of 12:00 a.m. and 4 a.m. for Fire and UTA training [Wendell Rigby]
Consent 6f.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve all Consent Items except 6d.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 7-0 in favor.

7.    PUBLIC HEARING

a.    ***
Receive public input and consider declaring as surplus and disposing of City owned property located at 7971 South 1825 West, West Jordan, for the purpose of trading the City’s property for Salt Lake County’s property located at 1970 West 7800 South, West Jordan, City of West Jordan, applicant [Jeffrey Robinson] Public Hearing Will be held

Motion:    Councilmember  Stoker moved to consider declaring as surplus and disposing of City owned property located at 7971 South 1825 West, West Jordan, for the purpose of trading the City’s property for Salt Lake County’s property located at 1970 West 7800 South; and bring back formal action at the next Council meeting.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 7-0 in favor.

8.    BUSINESS ITEMS

a.    Discussion and possible action regarding a proposed Open House to discuss Storm Water for residents located near 7000 South and 3200 West [Councilmember McConnehey] Bus 8a.pdf

The Council directed staff to bring back a proposed date in March 2015, for an open house for the residents in this area, to discussion the points discussed during the meeting. 

b.    Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 14-185, regarding implementation of the step and grade wage structure as recommended by the Wage Evaluation Committee [Bryce Haderlie] Bus 8b.pdf 
Employee Compensation Proposal.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Stoker moved to approve Resolution 14-185, implementing the Cost Of Living Adjustment (COLA) as the first priority based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI) annually; then as the second priority, implement the 14-year step plan, increasing the range widths as proposed, and direct staff to implement the 2-year plan to address supervisor/subordinate compression, and make it immediate for the next pay period. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-1 in favor with Councilmember McConnehey casting the negative vote.

c.    Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 14-192, approving the 3.13 acre site directly north of the existing Public Works facility for a new Fleet Facility building and for staff to proceed with a Request for Proposals for the design of a new Fleet Facility at that location [Wendell Rigby]
Bus 8c.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved to approve Resolution 14-192, approving 4.21 acre site directly north of the existing Public Works facility for a new Fleet Facility building and for staff to proceed with a Request for Proposals for the design of a new Fleet Facility at that location; and direct Parks staff to locate a temporary location for the substitute soccer fields.  The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and failed 3-3.  Councilmember McConnehey was absent.

d.    Discussion and possible action regarding Solid Waste Fund Cash Balance and Stormwater Prioritization of projects [Ryan Bradshaw/Wendell Rigby]
Bus 8d.pdf

No action was taken.  Informational only.

e.    Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 14-193, declaring the City of West Jordan City Council’s official policy supporting the Salt Lake County Proposal No. 1, ‘The Zoo, Arts, Parks, and Recreation, or “ZAP,” Tax [Mayor Rolfe]
Bus 8e.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Stoker moved to approve Resolution 14-193, declaring the City of West Jordan City Council’s official policy supporting the Salt Lake County Proposal No. 1, ‘The Zoo, Arts, Parks, and Recreation, or “ZAP,” Tax.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 6-0 in favor.  Councilmember McConnehey was absent.

f.    Discussion and possible action regarding an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement between the City and Salt Lake County, for the purpose of trading the City’s property located at 7971 South 1825 West, West Jordan, for Salt Lake County’s property located at 1970 West 7800 South, West Jordan [Mayor Rolfe] ***
Bus 8f.pdf

The Council agreed to have the item brought back as a Consent Item as proposed by City Staff and Salt Lake County Officials, for approval.

9.    REMARKS

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: October 7, 2014                   By: Melanie S. Briggs, MMC 
POSTED:       1:00 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
SEPTEMBER 24, 2014
6:00 P.M.
***UPDATED***
Councilmember Nichols 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."

5:00 P.M. CLOSED SESSION


1.    CALLED TO ORDER


2.    CLOSED SESSION

a.    Discuss the purchase, exchange, or lease of real property
b.    Discuss pending or reasonably imminent litigation

3.    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

4.    PRESENTATION

a.    Award and recognition of Plane Crash Rescuers’ [Marc McElreath & Doug Diamond]
b.    Presentation of the new Police K-9 dog [Doug Diamond]

5.    COMMUNICATIONS

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

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.    CONSENT ITEMS

a.    Approve the minutes of August 27, 2014, and September 3, 2014, as presented [Melanie Briggs] Consent 7a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember  Southworth moved to approve all Consent Items except 7c, 7e, and 7f.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 6-0 in favor.

b.    Approve Resolution 14-178, confirming the appointment of members to various City Committees [Bryce Haderlie]
Consent 7b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember  Southworth moved to approve all Consent Items except 7c, 7e, and 7f.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 6-0 in favor.

c.    Approve Resolution 14-179, confirming the appointment of Bryce Haderlie as the Interim City Manager, the City’s primary voting member on the Valley Emergency Communication Center (VECC) Board of Trustees, and to the Chamber of Commerce Board [Mayor Rolfe]
Consent 7c.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember  Haaga moved to approve Resolution 14-179, confirming the appointment of Bryce Haderlie as the Interim City Manager, the City’s primary voting member on the Valley Emergency Communication Center (VECC) Board of Trustees, and to the Chamber of Commerce Board.  The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 6-0 in favor.

d.    Approve Resolution 14-180, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Customer Requested Work Agreement, Work Order Number 5938506, with Rocky Mountain Power to relocate a transformer 30 feet northward along 5200 West street in an amount not-to-exceed $7,524.00 [Wendell Rigby]
Consent 7d.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember  Southworth moved to approve all Consent Items except 7c, 7e, and 7f.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 6-0 in favor.

e.    Approve Resolution 14-181, authorizing the Mayor to execute the Local Government Contract between the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) , West Jordan City and Transportation Engineering Alliance (TEA) Group for construction engineering services for the 5600 West 6300 South to 7000 South Project intersection, in an amount not to exceed $447,061.73 [Wendell Rigby]
Consent 7e.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember  McConnehey moved to approve Consent Item 7e.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Southworth and passed 6-0 in favor.

f.    Approve Resolution 14-182, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Contract with GBS Benefits, Inc., as the employee benefit broker for the City [Bryce Haderlie]
Consent 7f.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember  Haaga moved to approve Resolution 14-182, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Contract with GBS Benefits, Inc., as the employee benefit broker for the City.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 6-0 in favor.

g.    Approve Resolution 14-183, authorizing staff proceed with the rental of seven pieces of equipment for the Public Works Department, and the disposal of the City owned equipment once the replacement equipment is placed in service [Bryce Haderlie]
Consent 7g.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember  Southworth moved to approve all Consent Items except 7c, 7e, and 7f.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 6-0 in favor.

h.    Approve Resolution 14-184, authorizing the Mayor to execute a 2nd Amendment to the Agreement to Develop Land between the Redevelopment Agency of West Jordan and Bangerter Station LLC, located at 3400 West and 8700 South in the Community Development Project Area - Jordan Valley Station [Tom Burdett] 
Consent 7h.pdf
 
Motion:    Councilmember  Southworth moved to approve all Consent Items except 7c, 7e, and 7f.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 6-0 in favor.

8.    PUBLIC HEARING

a.    CONTINUE UNTIL OCTOBER 8, 2014 - MOTION REQUIRED - 
Receive public input and consider for approval an Ordinance declaring as surplus and disposing of City owned property located at 7971 South 1825 West, West Jordan, for the purpose of trading the City’s property for Salt Lake County’s property located at 1970 West 7800 South, West Jordan, City of West Jordan, applicant [Jeffrey Robinson]

Motion:    Councilmember Stoker moved to continue a public hearing until October 8, 2014, regarding an Ordinance declaring as surplus and disposing of City owned property located at 7971 South 1825 West, West Jordan, for the purpose of trading the City’s property for Salt Lake County’s property located at 1970 West 7800 South.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Southworth and passed 6-0 in favor.

9.    BUSINESS ITEMS

a.    Discussion and possible action regarding Ordinance 14-11, ratification of the Preliminary Development Plan for The Station at Gardner Mill and establish Multi-Family Residential density of 20.29 units per acre; for property located at approximately 7659 South 1300 West; P-C (TSOD) Zone; Colosimo Brothers, applicant [Tom Burdett] Bus 9a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to continue this item to a date uncertain.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 5-1 in favor with Councilmember Haaga casting the negative vote.

b.    Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 14-185, regarding implementation of the step and grade wage structure as recommended by the Wage Evaluation Committee [Bryce Haderlie]
Bus 9b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve Resolution 14-185, approving the immediate implementation of the 13-year step plan increasing the range width and 2-year plan to address supervisor/subordinate compression.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and failed 3-3 with Councilmembers' Hansen, McConnehey, and Stoker casting the negative votes.

c.    Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 14-186, authorizing the reallocation of the Open Space Funds balance from the 9000 South Pedestrian Tunnel project [Wendell Rigby]
Bus 9c.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved to approve Resolution 14-186, authorizing the Open Space Funds balance be used towards the 9000 South Pedestrian Tunnel expenses (zeroing out the Bond) and return the Telecommunication Tax balance to the Capital Roads account.  The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 4-2 in favor with Councilmembers' McConnehey and Southworth casting the negative votes.

d.    Discussion and possible action regarding weir(s) at approximately 7000 South and 2700 West [Councilmember McConnehey]
Bus 9d.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved to direct staff to return to the Council with a recommendation for a funding source from the current fiscal year budget and escalate the priority of the project.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Stoker and passed 6-0 in favor.

e.    Discussion and possible action regarding prioritizing the Constitution Park Capital Project for Spring 2015 construction [Councilmember Haaga] 
Bus 9e.pdf
 


This item was pulled from the agenda.  No action was taken.

10.    REMARKS

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: September 22 2014                   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
SEPTEMBER 10, 2014
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."

5:00 P.M. CLOSED SESSION

1. CALLED TO ORDER

2. CLOSED SESSION
a. Discuss personnel issue (City Council only)

3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

4. PRESENTATION
a. Presentation by Dr. Johansen regarding the success the Fire Department has with new defibrillator monitors and how it helps patient outcome

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

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. CONSENT ITEMS
a. Approve Resolution 14-174, confirming the appointment of members to various City Committees [Bryce Haderlie] 
Consent 7a.pdf  

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

b. Approve Resolution 14-175, authorizing the Mayor to execute a three year agreement with Cartegraph for Cartegraph Software Costs and Professional Service Fees, in an amount not-to-exceed $52,700.00 ($34,700 year one, and $9,000 for each of the following two years) [Wendell Rigby] 
Consent 7b.pdf  

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

c. Approve the service in lieu of fees for FORZA soccer for the use of the West Jordan Youth Sports Complex [Bryce Haderlie] 
Consent 7c.pdf  

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

d. Approve Resolution 14-176, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Consulting Agreement between West Jordan City and Better City, a Utah LLC for economic development, in an amount not-to-exceed $160,000.00 [David Oka] 
Consent 7d.pdf  

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

8. BUSINESS ITEMS
a. Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 14-177, authorizing the Mayor to execute Change Order No. 1 with Construction Material Recycling, Inc. for an amount not-to-exceed $60,000.00 [Wendell Rigby] 
Bus 8a.pdf  

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve Resolution 14-177, authorizing the Mayor to execute Change Order No. 1 with Construction Material Recycling, Inc. for an amount not-to-exceed $60,000.00.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 7-0 in favor.

b. CONTINUED FROM AUGUST 27, 2014 - Discussion and possible action on reconsideration of ratification of the Preliminary Development Plan for The Station at Gardner Mill; Colosimo Brothers, applicant [Tom Burdett] 

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved that pursant to the City Council Rules, I find that significant new information about The Station at Gardner Mill has come forward in the form of a completely new design and layout, and I move that the City Council reconsider its earlier decision on this project and proceed to consider it as a public hearing item later in the meeting.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 4-3 in favor with Mayor Rolfe, and Councilmember's Haaga and McConnehey casting the negative votes.

9. PUBLIC HEARING
a. Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 14-130, regarding a Future Land Use Amendment for 8.33 acres from Community Commercial to Very High Density Residential and Rezone from SC-2 (Community Shopping Center Zone) to WSPA - HFR (High Density Multi-family Residential); for property located at 7800 South Mountain View Corridor; Garbett Land Investments, LC/Richard Welch, applicant [Tom Burdett]
PH 9a.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved that based on the information and findings set forth in this staff report and upon the evidence and explanations received today, adopt and authorize the Mayor to sign Ordinance 14-130, to amend the General Plan Future Land Use Map for 8.33 acres located at 5701 West 7800 South from Community Commercial to Very High Density Residential and Rezone from SC-2 (Community Shopping Center) to the HFR (High Density Multi-family Residential) Zone.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-1 in favor with Councilmember Southworth casting the negative vote.

b. CONTINUE UNTIL SEPTEMBER 24, 2014 – MOTION REQUIRED - Receive public input and consider for approval an Ordinance declaring as surplus and disposing of City owned property located at 7971 South 1825 West, West Jordan, for the purpose of trading the City’s property for Salt Lake County’s property located at 1970 West 7800 South, West Jordan, City of West Jordan, applicant [Jeffrey Robinson] 

Motion:    Councilmember Stoker moved to continue this item to the September 24, 2014, City Council meeting.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 7-0 in favor.

c. CONTINUED FROM AUGUST 27, 2014 - Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 14-11, ratification of the Preliminary Development Plan for The Station at Gardner Mill and establish Multi-Family Residential density of 20.29 units per acre; for property located at approximately 7659 South 1300 West; P-C (TSOD) Zone; Colosimo Brothers, applicant [Tom Burdett] 
PH 9c.pdf  

No action was taken.


10. REMARKS

11. ADJOURN

DATE/TIME: September 5, 2014                   By: Carol Herman
POSTED:       11:00 a.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  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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