Centerville City Hall
250 N. Main Street
Centerville, UT 84014
(801) 292-8034 fax
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday
October 6, 2015
5:30 Joint Work Session with Youth City Council – The City Council will meet with the Youth City Council at 5:30 p.m. The Youth Council—which will provide dinner—will report on their activities this past summer and for the upcoming year. I suggest the group also discuss whether to continue the practice of appointing Youth Council members as liaisons to the various City committees. Depending on time, the Youth Council members may want to ask questions or comment on current City issues. The Youth Mayor is Lyndsey Kunzler. A list of Youth Council members is attached to Novus online.
7:00 Regular City Council Meeting
E.1. Centennial Celebration Report – Daken and Carolee Tanner, Centennial Committee Co-Chairs, will report on the Centennial Celebration, including the July 4th activities. Their written report is available in the online meeting packet. They will also show some power point slides.
E.2. Minutes Review – The minutes to be approved are attached to Novus.
E.3. Summary Action Calendar
E.4. Justice Court Recertification – State law requires justice courts to be recertified every four years, to determine whether the court is meeting all relevant standards. The Justice Court Judge is also required to meet with the City Council at least once during every term to discuss any concerns or pertinent issues. Judge David Miller will attend this portion of the Council meeting. As indicated in a letter from City Attorney Lisa Romney, she agrees that the Centerville Justice Court is meeting all of the relevant standards for recertification.
E.5. Municipal Code Amendments – Title 4 Amendments – In connection with the recertification of the Justice Court, the City Attorney has updated the sections of the City Code (Title 4) that pertain to the Court.
E.6. Public Hearing re South Main Street Corridor—will be tabled to October 20 – A public hearing was advertised for the Oct. 6 council meeting to consider amendments to the South Main Street Corridor Overlay Zone Ordinance. However, since the Planning Commission has not yet completed their work on these amendments, this matter will be postponed to the October 20 council meeting.
E.7. Municipal Code Amendments re RAP Tax – Staff recommend the current Code sections pertaining to the RAP Tax (Title 5, Chapter 9) be amended to make it very clear that the current authorized uses of the RAP Tax expire when the current voter authorization expires—and that the uses of revenue relating to an extension (if approved by the voters) will be determined in a future ordinance.
E.8. Parrish Lane Sidewalk Project – UDOT has offered the City the option of directly administering the work of installing a sidewalk along the north side of Parrish Lane on the east side of the interchange, to connect with the new pedestrian bridge. If the Cooperative Agreement is approved, it will also give the City direct responsibility for hiring a contractor to install an upgraded fence on the pedestrian bridge and along Parrish Lane from the I-15 Frontage Road to 1250 West. UDOT will pay for the sidewalk project and the equivalent cost of a chain link fence, which the City will apply towards an upgraded fence. Staff and UDOT are still reviewing the bids results and Cooperative Agreement, so final details will not be available until next Monday or Tuesday.
E.9. Complete Streets Implementation Strategy – Staff are seeking direction from the City Council regarding the elements of an implementation strategy for the Complete Streets Policy the Council approved earlier this year. This discussion will hopefully result in agreement on what those elements are and the relative priorities among those elements.
E.10. Mayor’s Report – Excerpts from the Fire Agency’s monthly report for August is attached online. Mayor Cutler may also report on other matters.
E.11. City Council Liaison Report – Councilman Wright, who serves as the Council’s liaison to the Whitaker Museum Board, will report on the Museum’s activities/issues/etc.
E.12. City Manager’s Report – No topics are identified at this time on the agenda under this heading.
E.13. Miscellaneous Business
E.14 Closed Meeting, if necessary – At this time I do not know of a need for a closed meeting, but the agenda allows for that possibility.
E.15. Appointments to City Boards/Committees – Mayor Cutler may recommend appointments to boards and committees.
E.16. Redevelopment Agency Meeting
Contract for traffic signal study – I recommend the RDA fund a study of traffic conditions at two intersections: 400 West/Porter Lane and 400 West/Bellano Way. The study of 400 West/Porter Lane is needed to determine an appropriate contribution from Brighton Homes as their fair share of a future traffic signal at that intersection. Adding 400 West/Bellano Way to the study does not add much cost, and having data regarding current traffic conditions at that intersection will help staff with long-range planning for traffic signals.
Davis Center for the Performing Arts HVAC System – Staff will report on the evaluations made by the RDA’s independent mechanical engineer regarding the DCPA’s HVAC system, need for repairs and a long-term maintenance agreement.
Potential Agenda Items for October 20, 2015 City Council meeting (subject to change):
AMENDED AGENDA 10-05-2015
CENTERVILLE CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE CENTERVILLE CITY COUNCIL WILL HOLD ITS REGULAR PUBLIC MEETING AT 7:00 P.M. ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2015 AT THE CENTERVILLE CITY COMMUNITY CENTER AND CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 250 NORTH MAIN STREET, CENTERVILLE, UTAH. THE AGENDA IS SHOWN BELOW.
Meetings of the City Council of Centerville City may be conducted via electronic means pursuant to Utah Code Ann. § 52-4-207, as amended. In such circumstances, contact will be established and maintained via electronic means and the meeting will be conducted pursuant to the Electronic Meetings Policy established by the City Council for electronic meetings.
Centerville City, in compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, provides accommodations and auxiliary communicative aids and services for all those citizens in need of assistance, including hearing devices. Persons requesting these accommodations for City-sponsored public meetings, services, programs, or events should call Blaine Lutz, Centerville Finance Director, at 295-3477, giving at least 24 hours notice prior to the meeting.
A notebook containing supporting materials for the business agenda items is available for public inspection and review at City Hall and will be available for review at the meeting. Upon request, a citizen may obtain (without charge) the City Manager’s memo summarizing the agenda business, or may read this memo on the City’s website: http://centerville.novusagenda.com/agendapublic.
Tentative - The times shown below are tentative and are subject to change during the meeting.
5:30 Joint work session with Youth City Council
7:00 A. ROLL CALL
B. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
C. PRAYER OR THOUGHT
7:05 D. OPEN SESSION (This item allows for the public to comment on any subject of municipal concern, including agenda items that are not scheduled for a public hearing. Citizens are encouraged to limit their comments to two (2) minutes per person. Citizens may request a time to speak during Open Session by calling the City Recorder’s office at 801-295-3477, or may make such request at the beginning of Open Session.) Please state your name and city of residence.
7:10 1. Centennial/4th of July Celebration Report
7:30 2. MINUTES REVIEW AND ACCEPTANCE
7:30 3. Summary Action Calendar
7:35 4. Justice Court Recertification
7:45 5. Municipal Code Amendments - Title 4 - Justice Court
7:55 6. Public Hearing - Zoning Code Text Amendments, South Main Street Corridor (SMSC) Overlay Ordinance, Chapter 12-48
7:55 7. Municipal Code Amendments - Title 5, Chapter 9 - Recreational, Arts and Parks (RAP) Tax
8:00 8. Parrish Lane Sidewalk Project
8:15 9. Complete Streets Implementation Strategy
8:45 10. Mayor’s Report
8:55 11. City Council Liaison Report
9:05 12. City Manager’s Report
9:10 13. Miscellaneous Business
9:20 14. Closed meeting, if necessary, for reasons allowed by state law , including, but not limited to, the provisions of Section 52-4-205 of the Utah Open and Public Meetings Act, and
9:20 15. Possible action following closed meeting, including appointments to boards and committees
9:20 16. Adjourn to RDA meeting
Marsha L. Morrow, MMC
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY OF CENTERVILLE CITY WILL HOLD A PUBLIC MEETING AT 9:20 P.M. ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2015 AT THE CENTERVILLE CITY COMMUNITY CENTER AND CITY HALL CHAMBERS, 250 NORTH MAIN, CENTERVILLE, UTAH. THE AGENDA IS SHOWN BELOW.
Meetings of the Centerville Redevelopment Agency Board may be conducted via electronic means pursuant to Utah Code Ann. § 52-4-207, as amended. In such circumstances, contact will be established and maintained via electronic means and the meeting will be conducted pursuant to the Electronic Meetings Policy established by the City Council for electronic meetings.
Centerville City, in compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, provides accommodations and auxiliary communicative aids and services for all those citizens in need of assistance. Persons requesting these accommodations for City-sponsored public meetings, services, programs, or events should call Blaine Lutz, Centerville Finance Director, at 295-3477, giving at least 24 hours notice prior to the meeting.
9:20 A. NEW BUSINESS
1. MINUTES REVIEW AND ACCEPTANCE – September 15, 2015 RDA meeting
2. Approve contract with A-Trans for traffic signal study
3. Staff report regarding repairs and Maintenance Agreement for Davis Center for the Performing Arts HVAC system
Steve H. Thacker