City Hall: Price, Utah
August 28, 1996, 5:30 p.m.
Mayor Lou Colosimo
Roy A. Nikas, Betty P. Wheeler, Joe L. Piccolo, Steve Bringhurst, Stephen L. Denison
Vernon W. Jones (Adminis. Assistant), Joanne Lessar (City Recorder), Pat Larsen (Finance Director), Nick Sampinos (City Attorney), Gary Sonntag (City Engineer), Cobb Johnson (Public Works Director), Aleck Shilaos (Chief of Police)
Others Present: Kathryn Burnham, Mandy Braby, Curtis King,
Matt Huffaker, Art Rasmussen, Richard Oliver, Sherstin
Hatch, Marilyn Robinson
Boy Scout Matt Huffaker led the Pledge of Allegiance. Mayor Colosimo called the roll with the above members in attendance.
1. INVESTMENT PROPOSAL - First Security Bank
Randy Church, representing First Security Bank, presented and explained information regarding investment rates, and the different options that are available. The rates fluctuate on a day-to-day basis. If the City wants to receive bids from various banks, the best way to handle this is to schedule a time for them to call in their rates. He offered his services to the City and stated that First Security Bank is willing to give Price City quotations on their investments at any time. Their programs are all in line with the Money Management Act. The Council thanked Mr. Church for his input. The Council directed that this be studied further.
2. MINUTES - July 10, 1996 - Struck
3. BID OPENING - Class "C" Road Improvements and Bulk Materials, 1996-97
The following bids were received for the class "C" Road Improvements and Bulk Materials for 1996-97.
Sched A Sched B Sched C
Henrie Construction $89,820.00 $14,300 $13,500
Total - $127,620
Valley Asphalt $85,553.23 $14,132 $16,560
Total - $116,245.23
MOTION. Councilmember Nikas moved that a committee consisting of himself, Councilmember Bringhurst, Dick Perea, Cobb Johnson, Gary Sonntag, and Pat Larsen, be appointed to review the bids and given the power to act. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bringhurst and carried.
4. SOUTHEASTERN UTAH DISTRICT HEALTH DEPARTMENT - Worksite Wellness Fair (Flu Vaccinations)
MOTION. Councilmember Piccolo moved that the City provide flu vaccinations for all employees. Motion seconded by Councilmember Wheeler and carried.
5. CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION - Contribution Approved (Air Show)
Mayor Colosimo reported that the Sun Advocate is selling ads for a special edition of their newspaper to advertise the air show to be held September 7th at the Carbon County Airport. The proceeds from the air show will go towards child abuse prevention. MOTION. In lieu of an ad, Councilmember Bringhurst moved that $150 be contributed towards the child abuse program. Motion seconded by Councilmember Piccolo and carried.
6. FARLIANO'S CAFE - Local Consent For Temporary On-Premise Beer
MOTION. Councilmember Nikas moved that local consent be given to Farliano's Cafe for a temporary on-premise beer license. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bringhurst and carried. The temporary permit will be in effect until the State issues a license permit on September 23rd.
7. LIBRARY - Permission To Close September 14, 1996
MOTION. As construction has been completed in the Library and in order to clean the carpet, Councilmember Wheeler moved that permission be given to close the Library on Saturday, September 14th. Motion seconded by Councilmember Denison and carried.
8. YOUTH CITY COUNCIL - New Positions Approved, Curtis King Sworn In
Mandy Braby, Youth City Council, requested that the Council approve the following new positions to their youth program - Fire Chief, Billing Manager, City Physician, and City Librarian. MOTION. Councilmember Wheeler moved that the new positions be approved. Motion seconded by Councilmember Denison and carried.
Joanne Lessar conducted the swearing-in of Curtis King as a member of the Youth City Council.
9. HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESSES APPROVED - Ceiling Solutions, Genesis
Beauty Salon, Reminder Service Distributors, The studio
Councilmember Piccolo reported that the Planning and Zoning commission gave a favorable recommendation to the following home occupied businesses.
Ceiling Solutions - 1388 East Sagewood Road, David and
Kelly Kirkwood - Cleaning Services
Genesis Beauty Salon - 456 East 300 North, Ruby Molinar-
Owner - Beauty Shop
Reminder Service Distributors - 239 North 400 West,
Silvanna Bauer-Owner - Reminder Services
The Studio - 633 North 100 East, Coleen M. Herzog-Owner -
MOTION. Councilmember Piccolo moved that the home occupied businesses be approved upon payment of the business license fee. Motion seconded by Councilmember Wheeler and carried.
10. HOME OCCUPIED BUSINESSES AND SIGNS APPROVED - Racer Enterprises, Summet Trading Cards, The Bookmarker
Councilmember Piccolo reported that the Planning and Zoning Commission gave a favorable recommendation to the following home occupied businesses and the construction of signs.
Racer Enterprises - 231 North 100 West, Richard Davies-Owner - Vending Machines
Summet Trading Cards - 231 North 100 East, Sheri Davies-Owner - Baseball, Basketball, Football Trading Cards
The Bookmarker - 435 East 100 South, Richard Richey-Owner -
Childrens Books Personalized
MOTION. Councilmember Piccolo moved that the home occupied businesses be approved upon payment of the business license fee and that Conditional Use Permits be issued for the signs. Motion seconded by Councilmember Wheeler and carried.
11. EL SALTO CAFE, SUSIE'S CANDIES - Conditional Use Permits, Signs
Councilmember Piccolo reported that the Planning and Zoning Commission gave a favorable recommendation to the following businesses for conditional use permits to construct signs.
El Salto Cafe - 19 South Carbon Avenue - Sign
Susie's Candies - 305 South Carbon Avenue - Sign
MOTION. Councilmember Piccolo moved that the signs be approved and that Conditional Use Permits be issued. Motion seconded by Councilmember Wheeler and carried.
12. FRED JENKINS, LARRY OLSON - Board Of Adjustment Requests
Councilmember Piccolo reported that the Planning and Zoning Commission gave a favorable recommendation for the following requests to the Board of Adjustments.
Fred Jenkins - 880 North 200 East - Variance to construct a garage at the rear property line, waiving the 1' requirement.
Larry Olson - 1796 East 800 North, Lot 157A - A variance to move a proposed
concrete foundation 18" forward in order to miss an existing foundation. In addition,
a variance to build an attached garage in the rear yard and waive the code requirement of
30' to 18'.
MOTION. Councilmember Piccolo moved that a favorable recommendation be given to the Board of adjustments. Motion seconded by Councilmember Denison and carried.
13. HANS MILLER - Request To Waive Previous Conditions
Councilmember Piccolo reported that the Planning and Zoning Commission reviewed the request of Hans Miller to waive three requirements the City requested him to comply with pertaining to his business at 400 South Carbon Avenue. In December, 1995, the City imposed six conditions. Sometime after that, only three were brought before the P&Z. Since that time, Mr. Miller has done nothing to the 3 conditions. After some lengthy discussion, the Commission physically inspected the property. They found that virtually nothing had been done on Mr. Miller's part to comply with the regulations asked of him. There are no site obscuring fences. A fence on the south of the property is partially obscured, but P&Z felt that the entire length of the fence should be obscured. Mrs. Pappas owns a home on the west side of the property, but she does not want the area fenced with slats. Mr. Miller does not want to pave the area around his building. However, in the past, the Commission has required pavement in the front of buildings for all businesses. Mr. Miller wants to place only a gravel base, as his large trucks driving through the property would tear up asphalt. The Commission understands that part. However, they feel the area in front of the building should have pavement. There is also a question of a designated sidewalk on the north side of the building to insure safe pedestrian travel. Presently, the area is paved and overlayed with bituminous material, which starts at the building and goes out to the street. Cars park along this side of the building, and there is nothing to indicate a walkway. If Mr. Miller chooses not to lay concrete, then he should stripe and designate an area for pedestrian travel past his property. There is also serious deterioration of the curb due to heavy truck traffic. Mayor Colosimo stated that he talked to Francis Duzenack, and it is Francis' recommendation that Mr. Miller be required to comply with the regulations set forth by the Commission. Mr. Sampinos stated that Francis and Gary Sonntag will prepare a letter with their recommendations and present it to P&Z. Planning and Zoning will review the letter and make a recommendation to the Council.
14. VERN JONES, KATHRYN BURNHAM, PAT LARSEN, ALECK SHILAOS, COBB JOHNSON, PAT COLOSIMO, GARY KUTKAS - Travel Approved
Mayor Colosimo presented the following travel requests and recommended approval.
Vern Jones, Kathryn Burnham, Pat Larsen, Aleck Shilaos, Cobb Johnson, Pat Colosimo, Gary Kutkas - Utah League of Cities and Towns Convention, September 11-13, Salt Lake
Vern Jones - Joint Highway Committee/U.D.O.T., September 26, 27, Bear Lake
Byron Allred - Humane Society of Utah Euthanasia Training, September 24, 25, Salt Lake
Bob Potts, Pat Larsen, Shari Madrid, Pat Colosimo - Rev 8
Computer Training, September 25, 26, Spanish Fork
MOTION. Councilmember Wheeler moved that the travel be approved. Motion seconded by Councilmember Piccolo and carried.
15. HYDROAEROBICS INSTRUCTOR - Permission To Hire
DUANE ADDERLY - Rehire
SUSAN PERRI, JAMES R. ASAY - New Hires
Mayor Colosimo presented the following personnel requests and recommended approval.
Permission to hire Hydroaerobics Instructor
Rehire - Duane Adderly, Parks Dept., Laborer, Temp/FT
New Hires - Susan Perri, James R. Asay, Special Functions, Substitute
Crossing Guards, Perm/PT
MOTION. Councilmember Bringhurst moved that the personnel requests be approved. Motion seconded by Councilmember Denison and carried.
16. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT, SMALL CITIES PROGRAM - Public Hearing Scheduled
MOTION. Councilmember Nikas moved that a Public Hearing be scheduled for September 25th to receive input on potential projects for the Community Development Block Grant. Motion seconded by Councilmember Wheeler and carried.
17. PURCHASE OF WAVE POOL TARP - Bidding Procedures Waived
MOTION. Councilmember Denison moved that permission be given to waive bidding procedures for the purchase of a wave pool tarp. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bringhurst and carried.
18. CENTRAL SCHOOL REROOFING PROJECT - Hansen Roofing - Final Payment -
19. WATER EXPANSION PROJECT, PUMP STATION AND PIPELINE - Nelson Irrigation and Const. - Partial Payment #2
MOTION. Councilmember Piccolo moved that Partial Payment #2 in the amount of $105,232.14 be paid to Nelson Irrigation and Const. for their contract on the pump station and pipeline. Motion seconded by Councilmember Nikas and carried.
20. CITY HALL DAMAGE - Allen and Bailey Structural Engineers - Design Contract and Partial Payment #1
Gary Sonntag reported that this item was presented at the last Council meeting to approve the contract and partial payment. It was tabled until the insurance adjuster could review the procedure being taken. The adjuster advised the City to continue with the engineering contracts, both structural and soils, complete the design and make the necessary payments. He felt the proposed charges by the structural and soils engineering firms were in order. MOTION. Councilmember Wheeler moved that the contract with Allen and Bailey Engineers in the amount of $9,750 to complete the damage evaluation and design work on the City Hall building be approved, and that Partial Payment #1 in the amount of $3,412.50 be paid. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bringhurst and carried.
21. ADA REMODEL TO PUBLIC LIBRARY, #17C-95 - Kent Stilson Const. -Change Order #1, Partial Payment #2
Gary Sonntag presented Change Order #1 to the contract with Kent Stilson Const. for the Library remodeling project. Change Order #1 increases the project time by 16 calendar days to August 6, 1996, which was necessary to accommodate un-anticipated delays in the structural work and plumbing connections. Gary also presented a request for Partial Payment #2 in the amount of $36,680.96 and recommended approval for both the change order and partial payment. MOTION. Councilmember Wheeler moved that Change Order #1 and Partial Payment #2 be approved. Motion seconded by Councilmember Piccolo and carried.
22. CLASS "C" ROAD CONST., CEDAR HILLS DRIVE - Valley Asphalt, Inc. - Change Order #1, Final Payment
Gary Sonntag presented Change Order #1 to the contract with Valley Asphalt for the Class "C" Road Const., Cedar Hills Drive. The change order increases the contract $4,893.29 to allow for the actual quantities of asphalt used. The project time was also increased by 14 calendar days to August 2, 1996, to allow time for the City to remove additional existing asphalt pavement that was not in the contract work. Gary also presented a request for a final payment in the amount of $21,889.75. MOTION. Councilmember Nikas moved that Change Order #1 and the final payment be approved subject to final review by Mr. Sonntag. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bringhurst and carried.
23. WATER SOURCE PROTECTION PLAN CONTRACT - EWA Environmental Engineers
Gary Sonntag reported that EWA Engineers have submitted a contract in the amount of $4,200 to complete a Water Source Protection plan for the City. This is a requirement imposed by the State Division of Environmental Quality. MOTION. Councilmember Piccolo moved that the contract with EWA Environmental Engineers be approved. Motion seconded by Councilmember Nikas and carried.
24. BUSINESS LICENSE APPLICATIONS
The following business license applications were received:
F. Rex Nielsen, M.D., P.C., 280 North Hospital Dr., #2, Physician, (80.1) $50 Half Year Fee
Susie's Candies, 305 South Carbon Avenue, Susan McCurdy-Owner,
Retail Candy (73) $50 Half Year Fee
MOTION. Councilmember Nikas moved that the businesses be approved. Motion seconded by Councilmember Denison and carried.
25. RESOLUTION #96-09 - Revised Fee Schedule For Licensing of Video Arcades
Mr. Sampinos presented Resolution #96-09, amending Appendix "A" of Resolution 95-04, establishing a revised fee schedule for licensing of video arcades within the corporate limits of Price City. MOTION. Councilmember Nikas moved that Resolution #96-09 be approved and that the Mayor and City Recorder be authorized to sign the resolution. Motion seconded by Councilmember Bringhurst and carried.
MOTION. Councilmember Nikas moved that the meeting
adjourn and that a meeting of the Redevelopment Agency convene. Motion seconded by
Councilmember Bringhurst and carried.
Meeting adjourned at 6:40 p.m.
Reconvened at 6:46 p.m.
Redevelopment Agency Minutes
Meeting adjourned at 7:00 p.m.