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CITY COUNCIL MEETING
SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3RD FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD
AUGUST 26, 2015
1:00 P.M.

“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.    PROCESS FOR SELECTION OF CITY MANAGER CANDIDATE
 
a.    Orientation with City Council and Chuck Rohre, Senior Vice President, Waters & Company Executive Recruitment

b.     Interviews with City Manager Candidates

3.    DINNER BREAK

4.    ONE ON ONE INTERVIEWS WITH CANDIDATES

5.    CLOSED SESSION
a.    Discussion of the character, professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual

6.    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 25, 2015                 By: Melanie S. Briggs, MMC
POSTED:       12:20 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, and emailed, 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 COUNCIL MEETING
COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3RD FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD
AUGUST 25, 2015
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."


***5:30 P.M.

CALL TO ORDER

1.    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

2.    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 

3.    PRESENTATIONS
a.    Oath of Office and Badge pinning for Firefighters – Alex Harris, Kenneth Moeller, Clayton Mackay

4.    COMMUNICATIONS

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

5.    CITIZEN COMMENTS

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 18, 2015 as presented [Melanie Briggs] Consent 6a.pdf

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

b.    Approve Ordinance 15-22, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code Title 4, ‘Business License Regulations’ and Title 6 ‘Police and Public Safety,’ regarding business license fees and renewals [Ryan Bradshaw] Consent 6b.pdf

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

c.    Approve Resolution 15-164, confirming the appointment of Councilmember Sophie Rice to serve on the Salt Lake County Association of Municipal Councils [Bryce Haderlie] Consent 6c.pdf

Motion:    Mayor Rolfe moved to approve Consent Item 6c.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Southworth and passed 6-1 in favor with Councilmember Haaga casting the negative vote.

d.    Approve Resolution 15-165, authorizing the Mayor to execute Change Order No. 6 with Cody Ekker Construction, Inc. for an amount not-to-exceed $15,979.87 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6d.pdf

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

e.    Approve Resolution 15-166, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 3 to the Professional Service Agreement with Stanley Consultants, Inc. for additional engineering services to provide final design service for Phase 1 of the 7000 South project from the Jordan River to 1905 West, in an amount not to exceed $311,847.00 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6e.pdf

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

f.    Approve Resolution 15-167, authorizing the Mayor to execute the Professional Services Agreement Amendment No. 2 with MWH America’s Inc. for additional engineering services for the Zone 2 Grizzly 4.0 MG Water Storage Reservoir, in an amount not to exceed $17,763.15 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6f.pdf

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

g.    Approve Resolution 15-168, authorizing the Mayor to execute the Local Government Contract Modification to increase funding by $141,603.41 for Construction Engineering Management services for the 5600 West 6300 South to 7000 South, for an amount not to exceed $588,665.14 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6g.pdf

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

h.    Approve Resolution 15-169, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Turf Sprinkler Company for the Calsense Central Control Irrigation Improvements Project for the base bid and alternate 1 in an amount not to exceed $1,333,719.00 [Brian Clegg] Consent 6h.pdf

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

i.    Approve Ordinance 15-23, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code Title 1, ‘Administration,’ Title 8, ‘Public Works, Public Ways and Property,’ regarding Parks Department [Bryce Haderlie] Consent 6i.pdf

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

7.    PUBLIC HEARING
a.    Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 15-24, amending the West Jordan Future Land Use Map and Zoning Map to remove the TSOD designation from 10.21 acres of property, and Amending Section 1(1) of Ordinance 07-27 to reflect the updated legal description to the Gardner Village Station Community; RR-5D Zone, located at approximately 7655 South 1300 West, City of West Jordan, applicant [David Oka] PH 7a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve Ordinance 15-24, amending the West Jordan Future Land Use Map and Zoning Map to remove the TSOD designation from 10.21 acres of property, and Amending Section 1(1) of Ordinance 07-27 to reflect the updated legal description to the Gardner Village Station Community; RR-5D Zone, located at approximately 7655 South 1300 West.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 6-0 in favor.

Councilmember Haaga stepped out of the meeting.

b.    Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 15-25, ratifying the Preliminary Development Plan establishing a density of 6.30 units per acre, Preliminary Subdivision Plan (180 units on 28.7 acres) and Preliminary Site Plan; MFR Zone, located at approximately 6111 West 7800 South, Garbett Land Investments, LC, applicant [David Oka] PH 7b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Ordinance 15-25, ratifying the Preliminary Development Plan establishing a density of 6.30 units per acre, Preliminary Subdivision Plan (180 units on 28.7 acres) and Preliminary Site Plan; MFR Zone, located at approximately 6111 West 7800 South.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 7-0 in favor.

c.    CONTINUE UNTIL SEPTEMBER 9, 2015 – MOTION REQUIRED – Receive public input and consider for approval Resolution 15-146, amending the Fiscal Year 2015-2016 Salary Schedule [Bryce Haderlie] 


Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to continue the Public Hearing until September 9, 2015.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 7-0 in favor.

8.    BUSINESS ITEMS
a.    Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 15-171, directing City staff to implement the proposed Senior Housing/3200 West Midblock crosswalk improvements [Wendell Rigby] Bus 8a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to adopt Resolution No. 15-171, directing City staff to implement the proposed crosswalk improvements recommended in the staff report including: concrete ramps, street light, signs, striping using Option 1, including the flasher beacon, include the option for a center refuge if it would fit, once funding was obtained. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 7-0 in favor.

b.    Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 15-170, authorizing staff to use existing C-Road funds to hire a five-person concrete work crew with associated equipment and vehicles to perform concrete related work within the City [Wendell Rigby] Bus 8b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve Resolution 15-170, authorizing staff to use existing C-Road funds to hire a five-person concrete work crew with associated equipment and vehicles to perform concrete related work within the City.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 6-1 in favor with Councilmember Haaga casting the negative vote.

c.    Report and update on the City of West Jordan’s Fiscal Year 2014-2015 4th Quarterly Report [Ryan Bradshaw] Bus 8c.pdf 

No action was taken informational only.

d.    Discussion and possible action regarding the City of West Jordan position regarding the Transportation Tax Proposition on the 2015 General Election (HB362) [Bryce Haderlie] Bus 8d.pdf

No action was taken.  The Council agreed to have no comment made.

e.    Discussion and possible action regarding Ordinance 15-21, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code, Title 1, ‘Administration,’ Chapter 7, regarding Mayor, Council, City Manager and Department Heads responsibilities; Resolution 15-162, amending the City Council Rules, Policies, and Procedures [Councilmember Nichols] Bus 8e.pdf

Councilmember Nichols tabled this item to September 9, 2015.

f.    Discussion and possible action regarding Ordinance 15-26, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code, Title 1, ‘Administration,’ Chapter 7, regarding Mayor salary and duties [Councilmember Southworth] Bus 8f.pdf

Councilmember Southworth tabled this item to a date uncertain.

g.    ***Discussion and possible action regarding Closed Session recordings [Mayor Rolfe]

No action was taken.
 

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: August 24, 2015                 By: Melanie S. Briggs, MMC
POSTED:       4:55 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, and emailed, 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 COUNCIL MEETING
COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3RD FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD
AUGUST 12, 2015
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."


4:00 P.M.    CLOSED SESSION

1.    CALL TO ORDER

2.    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

3.    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
 

4.    PRESENTATIONS
a.    Recognition of the City’s GIS Department for their International Award from ESIR [Wendell Rigby]
b.    Recognition of Leadership Academy Graduates [Bryce Haderlie]
c.    Recognition of the Rodeo and Parade Committee members [Bryce Haderlie]
d.    ***Recognition of the Cal Ripkin
Baseball Team for being the State Champions [Mayor Rolfe]

5.    COMMUNICATIONS

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

6.    CITIZEN COMMENTS

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 July 22, 2015 as presented [Melanie Briggs] page 1  Consent 7a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve Consent Item 7a.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 6-1 in favor with Councilmember Haaga casting the negative vote.

b.    Approve a Temporary Beer License to St Joseph the Worker Catholic Church’s Folk Fest 2015, held September 11 – 13, 2015 [Ryan Bradshaw] page 27  Consent 7b.pdf

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

c.    Approve Resolution 15-131, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Gerber Construction Inc. to construct the Veteran’s Irrigation Pond Reconstruction and Road Project in an amount not to exceed $946,900 [Wendell Rigby] page 36  Consent 7c.pdf

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

d.    Approve Resolution 15-147, ratifying the City Council decision to fill a building inspector position in the Development Services Department, with a pay scale between $77,600 - $103,300 [David Oka] page 46  Consent 7d.pdf

*Councilmember McConnehey declared a conflict of interest, and did not vote.    

Motion:    Mayor Rolfe moved to approve Resolution 15-147, ratifying the City Council decision to fill a building inspector position in the Development Services Department, at a Range 61, upon the condition that staff review the consistency of the pay range.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-0 in favor.

e.    Approve Resolution 15-148, authorizing the Mayor to execute an Agreement for Services with Bryan Green DBA Beyond Pro for the production of the 2015 West Jordan Moto Stampede, in an amount not to exceed $27,550 [Bryce Haderlie] page 50  Consent 7e.pdf

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

f.    Approve Resolution 15-149, authorizing the Mayor to execute an Agreement for Services with Stirrin’ Dirt Racing for the production of the 2015 West Jordan Demolition Derby, in an amount not to exceed $32,000 [Bryce Haderlie] page 61  Consent 7f.pdf

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

g.    Approve Resolution 15-150, accepting the donation, free of charge, from Phong Nguyen and Li Chen, for the widening of Gardner Lane, located at 1715 West Gardner Lane [Wendell Rigby] page 71  Consent 7g.pdf

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

h.    Approve Resolution 15-151, authorizing Staff to proceed with a Purchase Order for Sonntag Recreation, LLC to provide and install playground equipment at ten City parks in an amount not to exceed $507,000 [Wendell Rigby] page 81  Consent 7h.pdf

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

i.    Approve Resolution 15-152, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 3 to the Professional Services Agreement with Hansen, Allen and Luce, Inc. to include additional water infrastructure analysis in Zones 5 & 6 as part of the Water Master Plan Update, in an amount not to exceed $4,900 [Wendell Rigby] page 85  Consent 7i.pdf

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

j.    Approve Resolution 15-153, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Mabey Wright and James, PLLC for legal assistance with regards to water rights [Wendell Rigby] page 92  Consent 7j.pdf

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

k.    Approve Resolution 15-154, authorizing staff to approve the road closure plan allowing a 3-week roadway closure on 8200 South to accommodate construction of a new 8-inch sanitary sewer main [Wendell Rigby] page 98  Consent 7k.pdf

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

l.    Approve Resolution 15-155, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Right of Way Contract with Ivory Homes LTD., authorizing the City’s Real Estate Services Manager to sign all documents necessary to close the property purchase, located at 8451 South 5600 West, at Metro National Title Company [Wendell Rigby] page 112  Consent 7l.pdf

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

m.    Approve Resolution 15-156, authorizing the Mayor to execute an Event Agreement with the Utah Down Syndrome Foundation Buddy Walk, for a fee waiver in exchange for a sponsorship valued at $1,000 [Bryce Haderlie] page 128  Consent 7m.pdf

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

n.    Approve Resolution 15-157, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No.1 with Glover Landscape & Snow to extend landscape services for additional areas at the Sycamore and Maple Subdivisions, in an amount not to exceed $9,900.00 [Brian Clegg] page 137  Consent 7n.pdf

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

o.    Approve Resolution 15-158, authorizing the Mayor to Amendment No.3 to the Professional Services Agreement with Hansen, Allen and Luce, Inc. for additional services related to the Secondary Water Master Plan, in an amount not to exceed $8,280 [Wendell Rigby] page 144  Consent 7o.pdf

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

p.    Approve Resolution 15-159, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Settlement Agreement and release of all claims regarding pending litigation, in an amount of $125,000.00: Case No. 2:15-cv-00309-BCW, Hoogveldt vs Adams [Darien Alcorn] page 152  Consent 7p.pdf

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

q.    Approve Resolution 15-160, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Settlement Agreement and release of all claims regarding pending litigation, in an amount of $9,000.00: Case No. 2:14-cv-00797, Aleh vs Palmer [Darien Alcorn]  page 163  Consent 7q.pdf


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

8.    PUBLIC HEARING
a.    Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 15-20, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code, Title 13, to allow ‘Gasoline Service Station’ in the C-M (Heavy Commercial) Zoning District, City-wide applicability, Foursquare Properties, Inc./Dan Milich [Dave Oka] page 173  PH 8a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved that the City Council approve Ordinance 15-20, amending the text to Title 13 of the 2009 City Code to permit “Gasoline Service Stations” in the Heavy Commercial (C-M) Zoning District.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 7-0 in favor.

b.    CONTINUE UNTIL AUGUST 25, 2015 – MOTION REQUIRED - Receive public input and consider for approval Resolution 15-146, amending the Fiscal Year 2015-2016 Salary Schedule [Bryce Haderlie] 

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to continue the Public Hearing to consider amending the Fiscal Year 2015-2016 Salary Schedule until August 25, 2015.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 7-0 in favor.

9.    BUSINESS ITEMS
a.    Discussion and possible action related to how the storm water Equivalent Residential Unit (ERU) is calculated for non-residential properties [Wendell Rigby] page 203  Bus 9a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved to adopt option #1, (change the ERU calculation from 1 ERU per ¼ acre (10,890 sq-ft) to 1 ERU per 4,000 Square Feet) to modify the Equivalent Residential Unit (ERU) stormwater calculation, and retain the 20-acre cap on the calculations as proposed in the staff report.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 4-3 in favor with Mayor Rolfe, and Councilmembers' Haaga and Southworth casting the negative votes.

b.    Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 15-161, regarding an agreement between the City of West Jordan and Bryce Haderlie to serve as the Interim City Manager and/or Assistant City Manager, with an approximate increase of $44,000 [Bryce Haderlie] page 217  Bus 9b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve Resolution 15-161, with the following changes: 1) Section 3, ‘…employee’s pay to Range 90, Step 11 ($63.33 per hour); 2) Section 2a, ‘…termination is the consequence of an affirmative vote of a super majority of the Council,’ striking the words ‘of a super majority;’ 3) Add the following statement: ‘At the conclusion of your service as Interim City Manager, that the time served, the differential pay be calculated, and that be provided as a bonus to Mr. Haderlie at that time; 4) If a budget amendment is needed, that it be brought back as soon as reasonably possible, and 5) Section 2a, ‘…lump sum cash payment equal to six (6) months…’ strike 'six (6) months' in addition to the West Jordan Employee Handbook, and state, ‘consistent with the West Jordan Employee Handbook.'  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 5-2 in favor with Mayor Rolfe and Councilmember McConnehey casting the negative votes.

c.    Discussion and possible action regarding Ordinance 15-21, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code, Title 1, Chapters 7 and 8, regarding ‘City Administration and Government;’ and Resolution 15-162, amending the City Council Rules, Policies, and Procedures [Bryce Haderlie] page 223  Bus 9c.pdf ***AMENDED STAFF REPORT***

The item was continued until August 25, and requested to be separated into three individual items: 1) Parks issue; 2) Duties of the Mayor and Council, and 3) The Mayor's salary.

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: August 11, 2015                 By: Melanie S. Briggs, MMC
POSTED:       3:00 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, and emailed, 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 COUNCIL MEETING
COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3RD FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD
JULY 22, 2015
6:00 P.M.
***AMENDED***
 
**UPDATED***
Councilmember Southworth left the meeting at 6:58 p.m.


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.    CALL TO ORDER

2.    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

3.    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
 

4.    COMMUNICATIONS

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

5.    CITIZEN COMMENTS

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 June 24, 2015, and July 8, 2015 as presented [Melanie Briggs] Consent 6a.pdf

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

b.    Approve Resolution 15-141, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Development between the City of West Jordan and Peterson Development/Maverik, for the Highlands Development [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6b.pdf

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

c.    Approve Resolution 15-142, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Mutual Aide Agreement with the City of West Jordan and other Police Agencies throughout the Salt Lake Valley [Doug Diamond] Consent 6c.pdf

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

d.    Approve Resolution 15-143, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Acme Construction, Inc. for sidewalk construction and related for the 8200 South Detention Pond Sidewalk Project, in an amount not to exceed $56,050.00 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6d.pdf

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

e.    Approve Resolution 15-144, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Kilgore Contracting for the Old Bingham Highway Overlay Project, in an amount not to exceed $336,235.00 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6e.pdf

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

f.    Approve Resolution 15-145, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment #1 to the Purchase and Sale Agreement with West Jordan LLC, regarding the Mountain States property [David Oka] Consent 6f.pdf

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

g.    Approve the ratification of a purchase order for electrical supplies from QED Inc., with expedited shipping for Well #46, in an amount not to exceed $26,461.63 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6g.pdf

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

7.    PUBLIC HEARING
a.    Receive public input and consider for approval the West Jordan Police Department’s application for an “Edward Bryne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant” for 2015 in an amount of $29,487.00 [Doug Diamond] PH 7a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) application as outlined in the program narrative, and to accept the proposed grant funding and put into the appropriate budget lines of the police department, as recommended by the staff.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 7-0 in favor.

b.    Receive public input and consider for approval Resolution 15-146, amending the Fiscal Year 2015-2016 Salary Schedule [Bryce Haderlie] PH 7b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to continue the Public Hearing until August 12, 2015.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Mcconnehey and passed 7-0 in favor.

c.    Receive public input prior to considering Ordinance 15-19, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code - Amending Section 13-5-5 ‘Clarification of Zoning’ and 13-5-6 ‘Zoning Conditions’ City-wide applicability, City of West Jordan, applicant [David Oka] PH 7c.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to adopt and approve Ordinance 15-19, amending Title 13, chapter 5, Sections 13-5-5 and 13-5-6 in the 2009 City Code, all as provided in the Ordinance attached to the Request for Council Action.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 7-0 in favor.

8.    BUSINESS ITEMS
a.    Discussion and possible action regarding West Jordan noise mitigation [Brian Clegg] Bus 8a.pdf

The Council agreed to have staff research the Council's concerns with the Facility Use Policy, and bring back at a later date for Council consideration.

b.    Discussion and possible action regarding Ordinance 15-17, amending Title 1, Chapter 14, Article C, dealing with responding to a Notice of Violation issued by the City’s Code Enforcement Office, and amending Title 5, Chapter 3, defining a public nuisance [Darien Alcorn] Bus 8b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to adopt and approve Ordinance 15-17, amending Title 1, Chapter 14, Article C, dealing with responding to a Notice of Violation issued by the City’s Code Enforcement Office and amending Title 5, Chapter 3 defining a public nuisance, all as provided in the Ordinance attached to the Request for Council Action.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 6-0 in favor.

c.    Discussion regarding proposed agreement with Interim City Manager/Assistant City Manager [Bryce Haderlie] Bus 8c.pdf

No action was taken.

d.    *Discussion and possible action regarding Form of Government Legislation [Councilmember Haaga] 

This item was not discussed.

e.    *Discussion and possible action regarding the 2015 General Election Ballot [Councilmember Haaga] Bus 8e.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved to place on the 2015 Ballot the question, 'Shall the City of West Jordan change the form of Government to a Council/Mayor Form '.  The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and failed 2-4 with Councilmembers' Hansen, McConnehey, Nichols, and Rice casting the negative votes.

f. ***Discussion and possible action of West Jordan City Employee Hostile Work Environment Policy [Councilmember Haaga] Bus 8f.pdf

No action was taken.

9.    REMARKS


10.    ADJOURN
 
*Item does not have a 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: July 21, 2015                      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 

CITY COUNCIL MEETING
COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3RD FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD
JULY 8, 2015
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.    CALL TO ORDER

2.    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 session 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/Repo
rts

5.    CITIZEN COMMENTS

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 June 30, 2015 as presented [Melanie Briggs] Consent 6a.pdf

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

b.    Approve Resolution 15-128, confirming appointments of members to various Committees [Bryce Haderlie] Consent 6b.pdf

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

c.    Approve Resolution 15-129, 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 6c.pdf

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

d.    Approve Resolution 15-130, authorizing the Mayor to execute Change Order 5 with Pro Industrial Services, LLC to install electrical conduit for future need in an amount not to exceed $1,625.00 [Bryce Haderlie] Consent 6d.pdf

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

e.    Approve Resolution 15-131, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Gerber Construction Inc. to construct the Veteran’s Irrigation Pond Reconstruction and Road Project in an amount not to exceed $946,900.00 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6e.pdf

The item was continued for two weeks.

f.    Approve Ordinance 15-17, amending Title 1, Chapter 14, Article C, dealing with responding to a Notice of Violation issued by the City’s Code Enforcement Office, and amending Title 5, Chapter 3, defining a public nuisance [Darien Alcorn] Consent 6f.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved to direct staff to bring this item back no later than the first meeting in August.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 7-0 in favor.

g.    Approve Resolution 15-132, authorizing an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement between the City of West Jordan and Salt Lake County for Google Imagery Data [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6g.pdf

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

h.    Approve Resolution 15-133, declaring an easement surplus, and authorizing the Mayor to execute the Partial Release of Easement and Deed [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6h.pdf

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

i.    Approve Resolution 15-134, and Resolution 15-135, authorizing the Mayor to execute Contracts with RRJ Consulting and Foxley and Pignanelli to provide lobbying services for the 2016 legislative session [Bryce Haderlie]
Consent 6i.pdf

Motion:    Mayor Rolfe moved to approve Consent Item 6i, Resolution 15-134 and Resolution 15-135.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 5-2 in favor with Councilmembers' McConnehey and Southworth casting the negative votes.

j.    Approve Resolution 15-136, authorizing Staff to proceed with a Purchase Order to Big T Recreation to provide and install playground equipment at nine City parks in an amount not to exceed $495,606.00 [Brian Clegg] Consent 6j.pdf

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

k.    Approve Resolution 15-137, authorizing Staff to proceed with a Purchase Order to Modern Construction to provide and install 10 All Steel Gable Shelters at nine City parks in an amount not to exceed $443,100.00 [Brian Clegg] Consent 6k.pdf

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

l.    Approve Resolution 15-138, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Rocky Mountain Power for the electrical services to complete electrical upgrades to the 480 volt three-phase power service and transformer relocation at Well No. 6 in an amount not to exceed $17,143.00 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6l.pdf

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

m.    Approve Resolution 15-139, authorizing the Mayor to sign a letter to Utah Department of Transportation acknowledging partial release of a UDOT easement on private property at 1650 West and 7800 South [Darien Alcorn] Consent 6m.pdf

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

n.    Approve a variance for the Ute Conference Football League for Constitution Park allowing field use through October 24, 2015 for season league play [Bryce Haderlie] Consent 6n.pdf

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

7.    PUBLIC HEARING
a.    Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 15-18, regarding a General Plan Land Use Amendment for approximately 8.80 acres from Very High Density Residential to Regional Commercial for Jordan Landing Phase 7, located at approximately 7556 South Campus View Drive; Four Square Properties, Inc./ Dan Milich [David Oka] PH 7a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols said based on the findings set forth in the staff report, and upon the evidence and explanations received today, I move that the City Council approve the proposed Future Land Use Map amendment for approximately 8.8 acres of land located at approximately 7556 South Campus View Drive from Very High Density Residential to Regional Commercial.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Mcconnehey and passed 7-0 in favor.

8.    BUSINESS ITEMS
a.    Discussion and possible action regarding the request for a permanent Cricket mound to be installed by the Utah Lions Cricket Club in Constitution Park for the game of Cricket on Sundays throughout the summer and fall [Bryce Haderlie] Bus 8a.pdf

Motion:    Mayor Rolfe moved to table this item for a discussion at some further point in time, when we actually get the elevation of Constitution Park, with a final design for construction.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 7-0 in favor.

b.    Discussion and possible action regarding ratification of Resolution 15-93, confirming the Interim City Managers ability to appoint an Acting City Manager in his absence or temporary incapacitation [Bryce Haderlie] Bus 8b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to Resolution 15-93. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 7-0 in favor. 

c.    Discussion and possible action regarding the an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement with the City of West Jordan and various other entities regarding Redwood Road Transportation Study [David Oka] Bus 8c.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved that the Redwood Road Transportation Study Interlocal Agreement between West Jordan City and Utah Transit Authority, Salt Lake City, West Valley City, South Jordan City, Salt Lake County, City of Taylorsville, Sandy City, Utah Department of Transportation, and the Wasatch Front Regional Council for the Redwood Road Transportation Study be placed on a future City Council agenda for consideration.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Southworth and passed 7-0 in favor.

d.    Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 15-140, ratifying previously processed severance agreements for various City employees [Bryce Haderlie] Bus 8d.pdf
  
Councilmember Haaga left the meeting at 7:53 p.m.

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve Resolution 15-140, ratifying the separation and/or severance agreements between the City of West Jordan and Thomas D. Burdett and Stuart E. Williams.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 6-0 in favor.


9.    REMARKS


10.    ADJOURN
 
*Item does not have a 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: July 2, 2015                        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
EMERGENCY SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING
COUNCIL CHAMBERS
3rd FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD
JUNE 30, 2015
8:00 P.M.

“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. CALLED TO ORDER

2. CLOSED SESSION
a. Discussion of the character professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual

3. ADJOURN

DATE/TIME: June 30, 2015                   By: Carol Herman
POSTED:       2:00 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   

CITY COUNCIL MEETING
COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3RD FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD
JUNE 24, 2015
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.    CALL TO ORDER

2.    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 session 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/Repo
rts

5.    CITIZEN COMMENTS

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 June 10, 2015 as presented [Melanie Briggs] Page 1 Consent 6a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except f, g, h, i, and m. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Southworth and passed 7-0 in favor.

b.    Approve Resolution 15-116, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Keddington & Jensen, LLC, for auditing service for the City of West Jordan [Ryan Bradshaw] Page 37 Consent 6b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except f, g, h, i, and m. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Southworth and passed 7-0 in favor.

c.    Approve Resolution 15-117, authorizing the Mayor to execute an Agreement with Genuine Parts Company for parts supply and on site management for the Fleet Department [Bryce Haderlie] Page 50 Consent 6c.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except f, g, h, i, and m. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Southworth and passed 7-0 in favor.

d.    Approve Resolution 15-118, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment #6 to the Interlocal Agreement with Salt Lake County for Fleet Administrative Services for the month of July 2015 [Bryce Haderlie] Page 70 Consent 6d.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except f, g, h, i, and m. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Southworth and passed 7-0 in favor.

e.    Approve Resolution 15-119, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Jani-Serv, Inc. for Janitorial services in an amount not-to-exceed $99,447.97 [Bryce Haderlie] Page 76 Consent 6e.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except f, g, h, i, and m. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Southworth and passed 7-0 in favor.

f.    Approve Resolution 15-120, amending the Uniform Fee Schedule for Fiscal Year 2015-2016 [Ryan Bradshaw] Page 95 Consent 6f.pdf

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

g.    Approve Resolution 15-121, authorizing the Mayor to execute the Membership and Service Agreement between the City of West Jordan and the West Jordan Chamber of Commerce [Bryce Haderlie] Page 114 Consent 6g.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve Resolution 15-121, authorizing the Mayor to execute the Membership and Service Agreement between the City of West Jordan and the West Jordan Chamber of Commerce; with the following amendment to the agreement, Recital 3, fourth sentence; 'The Mayor shall sit as an Ex Officio member,' to 'A member of the Council shall sit as an Ex Officio member.' The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 5-2 in favor with Mayor Rolfe and Councilmember Haaga casting the negative votes.

h.    Approve Ordinance 15-14, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code adding Title 9, Chapter 8 to the 2009 City Code, which contains the authorization and general governance for an assistance program that allows for payment or reimbursement of repair and/or redesign expenses, including payment of building permit fees, to and for residents resulting exclusively from storm water runoff flooding events [Wendell Rigby] Page 122 Consent 6h.pdf

(Councilmember Nichols stepped down from this item)
Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve Consent Item 6h, with the following changes to Section 9-8-5; 'under this chapter,' add the insert the phrase, 'for occurrences on or after July 1, 2015.' After the sentence that ends with 'flooding event exists,' insert the following new sentence, 'Claims for flooding events prior to July 2015, but after July 2010 must be submitted to the city clerk/recorder within one year of commencement of this program.' Completely strike the following sentence, 'The initial year of the program will...that occurred on or after July 1, 2014.'  The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 6-0 in favor.


i.    Approve the Stormwater Financial Assistance Program [Wendell Rigby] Page 135 Consent 6i.pdf

(Councilmember Nichols stepped down from this item)
Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve Consent Item 6i. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-0 in favor.

j.    Approve Resolution 15-122, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Contract with Morgan Pavement Maintenance for the Senior Center Parking Lot Rehabilitation in an amount not-to-exceed $140,286.00 [Bryce Haderlie] Page 149 Consent 6j.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except f, g, h, i, and m. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Southworth and passed 7-0 in favor.

k.    Approve Resolution 15-123, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with WaterSmart Software, Inc, for consulting services for Customer Engagement Water Conservation Project, in an amount not-to-exceed $10,000 [Bryce Haderlie] Page 157 Consent 6k.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except f, g, h, i, and m. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Southworth and passed 7-0 in favor.

l.    Approve Resolution 15-124, authorizing the Mayor to execute an Agreement with Gold Cross for ambulance billing services for the City of West Jordan [Marc McElreath] Page 197 Consent 6l.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except f, g, h, i, and m. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Southworth and passed 7-0 in favor.

m.    Approve Resolution 15-125, authorizing the Mayor to execute a written agreement with Snow, Christensen & Martineau to provide services regarding pending litigation [Darien Alcorn] Page 238 Consent 6m.pdf

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

7.    PUBLIC HEARING
a.    Receive public input and consider for approval Resolution 15-126, amending the Fiscal Year 2014-2015 Budgets for the General Fund, Capital Support Fund, and the Stormwater Fund [Ryan Bradshaw] Page 246 PH 7a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga approve Resolution 15-126, amending the Fiscal Year 2014-2015 Budgets for the General Fund, Capital Support Fund, and the Stormwater Fund, including the forgiveness of the $2 million Stormwater debt. The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 5-2 in favor with Councilmembers' Nichols and Southworth casting the negative votes.

b.    Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 15-15, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code Sections 13-8-23 and 13-2-3, regarding the Cap and Grade requirements, creating exemptions for certain types of multi-family residential developments, City-wide applicability, City of West Jordan, applicant [David Oka] Page 251 PH 7b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved that based on the findings set forth in this staff report, and upon the evidence and explanation received today, approve Ordinance 15-15, including the proposed text amendment to Title 13, including items a, b, c, and d. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 5-2 in favor with Councilmembers' Nichols and Southworth casting the negative votes.

c.    Receive public input and consider for approval Resolution 15-127, regarding an Amendment to Highlands Master Development Plan to add Gladstone Place and Orchard Heights areas, and to update the commercial area for Maverik at The Highlands located at approximately 5701 West 7800 South; Peterson Development [David Oka] Page 295 PH 7c.pdf   Highlands Master Dev Plan 3-26-15 UPDATE w 11x17s.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved Based on its compliance with the city’s 2012 Comprehensive General Plan and the information and explanations received today, I move that the City Council ratify the Planning Commission’s approval of the amendment to the Highlands Master Development Plan for approximately 418 acres of property generally located at 7800 South 5600 West by adopting Resolution 15-127 with the following condition of approval:

1. The Highlands Master Development Plan shall be updated to reflect any changes/modifications created by each sub-area preliminary development plan. An updated Highlands Master Development Plan shall be submitted with each sub-area plan preliminary development plan. 
The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 7-0 in favor.


d.    Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 15-16, regarding a Rezone of approximately 4.72 acres from RR-1D (Rural Residential 1-acre lots) to A-1 (Agricultural 1-acre lots); 7482 South 5490 West for Bowler Agriculture Rezone; Bowler Livestock, LC, applicant [David Oka] Page 312 PH 7d.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve Ordinance 15-16, rezoning approximately 4.72 acres from RR-1D (Rural Residential 1-acre lots) to A-1 (Agricultural 1-acre lots). The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 7-0 in favor.

e.    Receive public input and consider for approval the West Jordan 2040 Master Transportation Master Plan Update, City-wide applicability; City of West Jordan, applicant [Wendell Rigby] Page 334 PH 7e.pdf
2040 Transportation Master Plan

Motion:    Councilmember moved to approve the West Jordan 2040 Master Transportation Plan update.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember and passed 7-0 in favor.

8.    BUSINESS ITEMS
a.    Discussion and possible action regarding restructuring the City’s Electrical Group [Wendell Rigby] Page 359 Bus 8a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve the proposed reclassifications of the City’s electrical workers, and bring back a revised salary schedule for the proposed changes. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 7-0 in favor.

9.    REMARKS


10.    ADJOURN
 
*Item does not have a 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: June 19, 2015                     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  

CITY COUNCIL MEETING
COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3RD FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD
JUNE 10, 2015
6:00 P.M.
 
***UPDATED***
Councilmember Rice was excused

AgendaJune10.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.    CALL TO ORDER

2.    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 session 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.    PRESENTATION
a.    Presentation by Nathan Gedge, Chairman, Western Stampede and introduction of 2015 Royalty

5.    COMMUNICATIONS

a.    City Manager comments/Reports
b.    Staff comments/Reports
c.    City Council comments/Repo
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6.    CITIZEN COMMENTS

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 May 13, 2015, and May 27, 2015 as presented [Melanie Briggs] Consent 7a.pdf

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

b.    Approve Resolution 15-105, confirm City Council appointment of members to serve on various Committees [Bryce Haderlie] Consent 7b.pdf

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

c.    Approve Resolution 15-106, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with the State of Utah regarding the funding from the Utah Division of Arts & Museums for the West Jordan Arts Council [Bryce Haderlie] Consent 7c.pdf

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

d.    Approve a Class A Beer License for two events for the MH Pro Connections Mexican Rodeo Event, June 14, 2015, and August 9, 2015 [Bryce Haderlie] Consent 7d.pdf

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

e.    Approve Resolution 15-107, authorizing the Mayor to execute an Agreement with Snow, Christensen & Martineau to render legal services defending the City of West Jordan for pending litigation [Darian Alcorn] Consent 7e.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve Consent Item 7e. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 5-1 in favor with Councilmember Haaga casting the negative vote.

f.    Approve Resolution 15-108, authorizing the Mayor to execute Change Order No. 5 with Cody Ekker Construction, Inc. for the Bingham Creek Culvert Improvement Project for an amount not-to-exceed $35,325.82 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 7f.pdf

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

g.    Approve Resolution 15-109, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 2 to the Professional Service Agreement with Stanley Consultants, Inc. for geotechnical services for the 7000 South Utility Design from the Jordan River to Constitution Park Project in an amount not to exceed $8,680.00 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 7g.pdf

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

h.    Approve Resolution 15-110, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 2 to the Professional Services Agreement with Hansen, Allen and Luce, Inc. for a Water Master Plan second draft report with additional Modeling Analysis Services of pipe scenario alternatives, in an amount not to exceed $9,814.00 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 7h.pdf

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

i.    Approve Resolution 15-111, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract between the City of West Jordan and Jordan Valley Construction, Inc., for construction of storm drainage facilities for the 3300 West, 6880 South and 3370 West Storm Drain Improvements Project in an amount not to exceed $918,813.50 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 7i.pdf

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

j.    Approve Resolution 15-97, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Development Agreement and an Agreement for Deferral of Public Improvements with Perry Homes Utah, Inc., for Copper Valley Estates, located at approximately 8600 South 5600 West [Darien Alcorn] Consent 7j.pdf

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

8.    PUBLIC HEARING
a.    Receive public input and consider for approval Resolution 15-112, approving the Final Budgets for the City of West Jordan General Fund, the Special Revenue Funds, the Capital Projects Funds, the Water Fund, the Sewer Fund, the Solid Waste Fund, the Storm Water Fund, and the Internal Service Funds for Fiscal Year 2015-2016 [Bryce Haderlie] PH 8a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Resolution 15-112, approving the Final Budgets for the City of West Jordan General Fund, the Special Revenue Funds, the Capital Projects Funds, the Water Fund, the Sewer Fund, the Solid Waste Fund, the Storm Water Fund, and the Internal Service Funds for Fiscal Year 2015-2016. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Southworth and passed 4-2 in favor with Mayor Rolfe and Councilmember Haaga casting the negative votes.

b.    Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 15-12, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code, Title 13, Section 5J, amending the West Side Planning Area Boundary, Peterson Development/Barrett Peterson, applicant [David Oka] PH 8b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to adopt and instruct the Mayor to sign Ordinance 15-12, amending West Jordan 2009 City Code Section, 13-5J-2A, “WSPA Defined,” changing the boundaries of the West Side Planning Area (WSPA).  The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 5-1 in favor with Councilmember Haaga casting the negative vote.

c.    CONTINUED FROM MAY 27, 2015 - Receive public input and consider approval of Ordinance 15-13, ratifying the Planning Commission’s approval of a Preliminary Development Plan for the Gardner Station and establish density of 21.39 units per acre location at 1206 West 7800 South, P-C (TSOD) Zone, Colosimo Brothers, LLC, applicant [David Oka] PH 8c.pdf   The Station at Gardner Mill Development Plan.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved that the City Council adopt Ordinance 15-13, and ratify the Planning Commission’s approval of The Station at Gardner Mill Preliminary Development Plan for property generally located at 7659 South 1300 West with a residential density of 21.39 units per acre for a total of 272 multi-family residential dwelling units on 12.7-acres of property. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 4-2 in favor with Mayor Rolfe and Councilmember Haaga casting the negative votes.

9.    BUSINESS ITEMS
a.    Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 15-113 setting the 2015 Property Tax Rate for the City of West Jordan [Bryce Haderlie] Bus 9a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to adopt Resolution 15-113, setting the 2015 property tax rate at a rate not to exceed the certified rate to be determined by Salt Lake County. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Southworth and passed 6-0 in favor.

b.    Discussion and possible action regarding ratification of Resolution 15-93, confirming the Interim City Managers ability to appoint an Acting City Manager in his absence or temporary incapacitation [Bryce Haderlie] Bus 9b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved to continue this item until a full Council is present. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 6-0 in favor.

c.    Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 15-114, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Franchise Agreement with CenturyLink [David Oka] Bus 9c.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve Resolution 15-114, authorizing the Mayor to execute the Cable Television Franchise Agreement between the City of West Jordan and Qwest Broadband Services, Inc. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-0 in favor.

d.    Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 15-115, the City of West Jordan’s support Salt Lake County to place a local option sales tax on the ballot in November 2015 [Bryce Haderlie] Bus 9d.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve Resolution 15-115, with the changes to the Resolution only using the final two 'Whereas' and Section 2 (minus the last sentence), Section 7, and Section 8, supporting action by the Salt Lake County Council placing the local option transportation tax on the November 2015 ballot. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 5-1 in favor with Councilmember Southworth casting the negative vote.

e.    Discussion and possible action regarding the LED Streetlight replacement for the acquisition of fixtures and installation [Justin Stoker] Bus 9e.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to direct staff to install the new LED streetlight fixtures in accordance with Option 1. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Southworth and passed 6-0 in favor.

f.    Discussion and possible action regarding establishing a Stormwater Grant program [Wendell Rigby] Bus 9f.pdf

Motion:    Mayor Rolfe moved to approve the proposed Stormwater Grant Program as presented, with direction for staff to bring back the amended language as discussed. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 5-0 in favor.  (Councilmember Nichols stepped down from the discussion).

g.    Discussion and possible action regarding Council assignments of former Council Member Justin Stoker [Bryce Haderlie] Bus 9g.pdf

Former Councilmember Justin Stoker Council assignments:
Arts Council
Historic Preservation – alternate
Parks & Open Land Committee
Jordan River Restoration Project
Branding/Logo Committee
CDBG/Home Committee
Jordan River Council

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey to assign all Committee appointments, that have not already been assigned, that were Councilmember Stoker, to Councilmember Rice.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Southworth and passed 6-0 in favor.

h. *Discussion and possible action regarding approval of a Severance Agreement for Jeff Robinson [Bryce Haderlie]
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10.    REMARKS

11.    ADJOURN
 

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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: June 4, 2015                     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
MAY 27, 2015
6:00 P.M.


***UPDATED***
Councilmember Southworth 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 PM
1. CALL TO ORDER

1a. 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 session to discuss the purchase, exchange, or lease of real property, including any form of a water right or water shares


2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

3. PRESENTATIONS
a. Presentation of ‘One with Courage’ addressing No Child Abuse for Children [Doug Diamond]

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


5. CITIZEN COMMENTS
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 May 12, 2015 as presented [Melanie Briggs]  Consent 6a.pdf

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


b. Approve a request from Dawn Lehmberg to serve alcohol at Pioneer Hall May 29, 2015 [Bryce Haderlie]  Consent 6b.pdf

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


c. Approve Resolution 15-98, authorizing the Mayor to execute an agreement with Waters & Company for the recruitment of a City Manager, not to exceed $24,500.00. [Jonathan Gardner]  Consent 6c.pdf

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

d. Approve Resolution 15-102, confirming City Council appointments of members to serve on various committees [Bryce Haderlie] Consent 6d.pdf

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

e. Approve Resolution 15-99, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract change order with Pro Industrial Services, LLC to install a cooling tower drain line in an amount not to exceed $3,250. [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6e.pdf

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

f. Approve Resolution 15-100, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 3 to the contract with A-Z Landscaping, Inc. to extend landscape maintenance services to Stone Creek I and Fairway Estates subdivisions in an amount not to exceed $10,578.00. [Brian Clegg]  Consent 6f.pdf

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

g. Approve Resolution 15-101, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Glover Landscape and Snow for landscape maintenance services in the Sycamores & Maples Developments, in an amount not to exceed $19,800.00 [Brian Clegg] Consent 6g.pdf

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

7. PUBLIC HEARING
a. CONTINUE UNTIL JUNE 10, 2015 – MOTION REQUIRED

Receive public input and consider approval of an Ordinance ratifying the Planning Commission’s approval of a Preliminary Development Plan for the Gardner Station and establish density of 21.39 units per acre location at 1206 West 7800 South, P-C (TSOD) Zone, Colosimo Brothers, LLC, applicant [David Oka]

MOTION:    Councilmember Nichols moved to continue Public Hearing item 7a until June 10, 2015. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 5-1 with Councilmember Haaga casting the negative vote. 

b. Receive public input and consider approval of Ordinance 15-11, amending Ordinance 02-51 Zoning Condition #E for the Redwood Professional Plaza, located at 8800-8860 South Redwood Road, to allow for structures, apart from the actually building, to be built within 50 feet from the property boundaries, Clark Chamberlain, applicant [David Oka] PH 7b.pdf

MOTION:     Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Ordinance 15-11. The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 5-0 in favor.  Councilmember Haaga stepped down from the dais.  

8. BUSINESS ITEMS
a. Discussion and possible action to establish accounting for paid advertising and to direct staff to draft a contract defining the publisher of the West Jordan Journal responsibility to the City and identifying paid articles in the publication as “paid for by West Jordan City” [Councilmember Haaga] Bus 8a-1.pdf Bus 8a-2.pdf Bus 8a-3.pdf Bus 8a-4.pdf

This item was not discussed. 

b.
Discussion and possible action regarding the Acting City Manager investigating why the City Attorney’s office was approached by the Davis County District Attorney, why Justice Court staff members were contacted for interviews by the Davis County District Attorney, why after the settlement of the Aaron Jensen case the City Attorney’s office filed charges with the Salt Lake District Attorney and why those charges were dropped, pursuant to West Jordan City Code 1-7D-4(Y) [Councilmember Haaga] Bus 8b.pdf

This item was not discussed.

c. Discussion and possible action regarding the Big Bend Habitat Concept Selection [David Oka] Bus 8c-1.pdf Bus 8c-2.pdf

MOTION:    Councilmember McConnehey moved to approve the 30% design option focusing on the elements designated in Alternative 1. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 6-0 in favor.

d. Discussion and possible action regarding ratification of Resolution 15-93, confirming the Interim City Managers ability to appoint an Acting City Manager in his absence or temporary incapacitation [Bryce Haderlie] Bus 8d.pdf

MOTION:    Councilmember Nichols moved to continue this item until the June 10, 2015 Council meeting. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 6-0 in favor.

e. Discussion and possible action regarding the FY 2015-2016 Tentative Budgets [Bryce Haderlie]

No action discussion only.  
 


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 May 22, 2015       By: Jamie Lyn Vincent
POSTED: 5:00 p.m.                  Deputy City Clerk


I, Jamie Lyn 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
MAY 13, 2015
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.
1. CALL TO ORDER

2. 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

3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

4. PRESENTATION
a. Big Bend Habitat Concepts Presentation by River Restoration [Chuck Tarver]
b. Presentation from Marc Norman, Vice President of Olympic Legacy Foundation, regarding solar energy projects

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

6. CITIZEN COMMENTS
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 April 17, 2015, April 22, 2015, and April 29, 2015 as presented [Melanie Briggs]
Consent 7a.pdf

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

b. Approve Resolution 15-87, 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 7b.pdf 

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

c. Approve Resolution 15-88, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Bowen Collins and Associates, Inc. to design the storm drain, irrigation pump and wet well, and drive entrance at the Cemetery Sexton Building in an amount not to exceed $29,800.00 [Wendell Rigby]
Consent 7c.pdf 

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

d. Approve Resolution 15-89, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Salt Lake Excavating for the construction of storm drain and roadway improvements on 8600 South in an amount not to exceed $194,582.61[Wendell Rigby]
Consent 7d.pdf 

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

e. Approve Resolution 15-90, authorizing the Mayor to execute the Cooperative Maintenance Agreement with the Utah Department Of Transportation for 7800 South, between Redwood Road and Bangerter Highway [Wendell Rigby]
Consent 7e.pdf 

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

f. Approve Resolution 15-91, authorizing the Mayor to execute the Agreement with TischlerBise, Inc. to complete Impact Fee Study Updates in an amount not to exceed $153,440.00 [Wendell Rigby]
Consent 7f.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Hansen moved to approve Consent Item 7f. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Southworth and passed 6-0 in favor.  (Councilmember Haaga stepped out)

g. Approve Resolution 15-92, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Silver Spur Construction for the installation of backflow devices to the secondary water system at six locations, in an amount not to exceed $404,538.00 [Wendell Rigby]
Consent 7g.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Consent Item 7g. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Southworth and passed 5-1 in favor with Councilmember Haaga abstaining from the vote.  (Councilmember McConnehey left the meeting at 9:20 pm)

h. Approve a request from JoLynn Briggs regarding alcohol use at Pioneer Hall for an event on June 14, 2015 [Bryce Haderlie]
Consent 7h.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve Consent Item 7h. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 5-1 in favor with Councilmember Haaga abstaining.  (Councilmember McConnehey left the meeting at 9:20 pm)

i. Approve Resolution 15-93, confirming the Interim City Managers ability to appoint an Acting City Manager in his absence or temporary incapacitation [Bryce Haderlie]
Consent 7i.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve Consent Item 7i. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 5-1 in favor with Councilmember Haaga abstaining.  (Councilmember McConnehey left the meeting at 9:20 pm)

8. PUBLIC HEARING
a. Receive public input and consider for approve Ordinance 15-08, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code Section 13-7C-6 “Amendments to the Land Use Map” Finding B in the General Plan Amendment Findings in the Zoning Ordinance; City Wide applicability; City of West Jordan, applicant [David Oka]
PH 8a.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to table this item indefinitely.  The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 7-0 in favor.

b. Receive public input and consider for approval the FY 2015-2016 (41st Year) Community Development Block Grant, HOME and Programs Income Funds [David Oka]
PH 8b.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve the proposed funding recommendations of the West Jordan CDBG/HOME Committee for FY 2015-2016 and to adopt the FY2015-2019 Consolidated Plan and FY2015-2016 Annual Action Plan.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 7-0 in favor.

9. BUSINESS ITEMS
a. Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 15-94, adopting the Tentative Budgets for the General Fund, the Special Revenue Funds, the Capital Projects Fund, the Water Fund, the Sewer Fund, the Solid Waste Fund, and the Internal Service Funds for Fiscal Year 2015-2016, and setting June 10, 2015, as the Budget Public Hearing [Bryce Haderlie]
Bus 9a.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve Resolution 15-94, adopting the Fiscal Year 2015-2016 Tentative Budgets for the General Fund, the Special Revenue Funds, the Capital Projects Fund, the Enterprise Funds, and the Internal Service Funds and scheduling a public hearing on the Tentative Budgets for June 10, 2015, in the City Council Chambers. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 6-0 in favor.  (Councilmember Haaga stepped out)

b. Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 15-95, authorizing the placement of a ‘Blue Star’ monument on City property located at the Veterans Memorial in the Veterans Memorial Park donated by the West Jordan Exchange Club and The Utah Association Garden Clubs [Doug Diamond]
Bus 9b.pdf  

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve Resolution 15-95, regarding the placement of a memorial on City property located at the Veterans Memorial in the Veterans Memorial Park. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 6-0 in favor.  (Councilmember Haaga stepped out)

c. Discussion and possible action regarding a Stormwater Grant Program [Wendell Rigby]
Bus 9c.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved to conceptually approve the proposed Stormwater Grant program and to direct staff to finalize the details of the program based upon funding Option No. 3. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 6-0 in favor.  (Councilmember Nichols recused himself from the discussion, and stepped down from the dais)

d. Discussion and action regarding Resolution 15-96, authorizing the Interim City Manager to create the Community and Economic Development Department on an interim basis of six months [Bryce Haderlie]
Bus 9d.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve Resolution 15-96, authorizing the Interim City Manager to create the Community and Economic Development Department.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 5-2 in favor with Mayor Rolfe and Councilmember McConnehey casting the negative votes.

e. Discussion and possible direction regarding establishing an ‘Ethics’ policy [Mayor Rolfe]
Bus 9e.pdf 

Motion:    Mayor Rolfe moved to direct staff to review the documents and the various areas where there are deficiencies in the City's Employee Handbook, and the Council Rules, Policies, and Procedures, and bring something back for the Council to consider for approval. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 7-0 in favor.

f. Discussion and possible action regarding the selection of a Recruiter to begin the process of hiring a City Manager [Mayor and Council] 

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to direct staff to select the company of Waters & Company as the Recruiter to begin the process of hiring a City Manager. The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 7-0 in favor.

g. Discussion and possible action regarding the selection of a Legal Firm to provide legal services to the City [Mayor and Council] 

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to direct the City Manager to move forward with the Statement of Qualification as intended, authorizing up to the amount that is available in the City Attorney's budget; and then bring back at a future date, for further action if needed. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 6-1 in favor with Councilmember Haaga casting the negative vote.*

*The firms of Cowdell & Woolley, PC, and Blaisdell, Church & Johnson, LLC were chosen

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 May 7, 2015                        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/emailed 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
SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING
COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3rd FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD
APRIL 29, 2015
6:00 P.M.
***AMENDED***

Amended Agenda.pdf
Agenda.pdf

***NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE CITY OF WEST JORDAN CITY COUNCIL WILL HOLD A SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 2015, 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." 


1.    CALLED TO ORDER

2.    BUSINESS ITEM

a.    ***Report on meeting with Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office on Monday [Mayor Rolfe]

b.    Affirmation of Bryce Haderlie to exercise his duties as Acting City Manager and to fulfill those duties accordingly [Councilmember Southworth]

c.    Discussion and possible action regarding selection of a qualified executive recruiting firm, to coordinate and assist the Mayor and City Council in all phases of City Manager [Councilmember Southworth]

d.    Discussion and possible action regarding selection of qualified Attorney(s) with expertise in all aspects of municipal law to represent the City [Mayor Rolfe]

e.    Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 15-85, confirming the appointment of an individual as Planning Commission Member [Councilmember Southworth]

3.    ADJOURN 

DATE/TIME: April 28, 2015                  By: Melanie S. Briggs, MMC
POSTED:       4:40 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
APRIL 22, 2015
6:00 P.M.
***AMENDED***
***UPDATED***

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.
1. CALL TO ORDER


2. CLOSED SESSION
a. Discussion of the character professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual

3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

4. PRESENTATION

a.. Recognition of Volunteers in the Police Departments VIPS program [Doug Diamond]

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

6. CITIZEN COMMENTS
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 March 25, 2015, April 7, 2015 and April 8, 2015 as presented [Melanie Briggs]   
Consent 7a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve Consent Item 7a with the proposed amendments. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 7-0 in favor.

b. Approve the Class A Beer License for a single event for Orion LLC, Mexican Rodeo at the West Jordan City Rodeo Grounds [Ryan Bradshaw] 
Consent 7b.pdf

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

c. Approve Resolution 15-76, confirming the appointment of members to various City Committees [Bryce Haderlie] 
Consent 7c.pdf 

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

d. Approve Resolution 15-77, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Holbrook Asphalt Company for the 2015 West Jordan Parking Lot Rehabilitation Project in an amount not to exceed $69,925.19 [Wendell Rigby] 
Consent 7d.pdf 

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

e. Approve Resolution 15-78, authorizing the Mayor to execute an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement between the City of West Jordan and Murray City for Animal Control services and management [Doug Diamond] 
Consent 7e.pdf

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

f. Approve Resolution 15-79, authorizing the Mayor to execute a General Service Contract, Request Number 6020985, with Rocky Mountain Power to provide electric service for a streetlight located at 5600 West 6600 South in an amount not-to-exceed $5,873.08 [Wendell Rigby] 
Consent 7f.pdf

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

g. Approve Resolution 15-80, authorizing the Mayor to execute a General Service Contract, Request Number 6020979, with Rocky Mountain Power to provide electric service for a traffic signal located at 5600 West 7000 South in an amount not-to-exceed $6,180.32 [Wendell Rigby] 
Consent 7g.pdf

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

h. Approve Resolution 15-81, authorizing the Mayor to execute the purchase and sale agreement between the City and West Jordan 12, LLC (Mountain States Supply) for property acquisition of 8152 South Welby Park Drive for relocation of property within the City Center (Briarwood) Redevelopment Area [Jeff Robinson] 
Consent 7h.pdf

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

i. Approve Resolution 15-82, authorizing staff to close 3320 West as required for the Jordan Valley TOD construction [Wendell Rigby] 
Consent 7i.pdf

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

j. Approve the request for alcohol at Pioneer Hall on Friday, August 22, 2015 [Bryce Haderlie] 
Consent 7j.pdf

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

k. Approve Resolution 15-83, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Sturgeon Electric Company, Inc. for the Well No. 6 Variable Frequency Well Control Panel in an amount not to exceed $56,254.00 [Wendell Rigby] 
Consent 7k.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve Consent Items 7b through 7k. 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 15-09, regarding a Rezone of 0.92 acres from R-1-10E to R-1-8D, for property located at approximately 7359 South 1300 West; Freiss Development Group/Dave Freiss, applicant [Planning Department]
PH 8a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Ordinance 15-09, rezoning the property located at 7359 South 1300 West from R-1-10E (Single Family Residential 10,000 square foot lot minimum) Zone to R-1-8D (Single-family Residential, 8,000 square foot lot minimum) Zoning designation. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 7-0 in favor.

9. BUSINESS ITEMS
a. ***Discussion and possible action regarding authorizing the Mayor to sign a contract for an individual to provide temporary Security at the Rodeo Arena [Mayor Rolfe]

Mayor Rolfe was the only member who was in favor.  This item was not approved

b. Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 15-84, authorizing the Mayor to execute Contracts with PEHP for medical, EMI for dental, Opticare for vision, and The Hartford for Life and LTD Fiscal Year 2015-2016 [Bryce Haderlie] 
Bus 9a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Resolution 15-84, authorizing the Mayor to approve contracts regarding the health insurance and other benefit plan renewals as outlined above using PEHP for medical, EMI for dental, Opticare for vision and The Hartford for life, LTD and AD&D; and approve the health plan renewals as outlined in Option 2 for the premium split.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Rice and passed 5-2 in favor with Mayor Rolfe and Councilmember Haaga casting the negative votes.

Councilmember Haaga stepped out of the meeting at 6:57 pm

c. Discussion and possible action regarding approval of an additional $10,000 from Council Contingency Fund for the 2015 West Jordan City Parade Float [Bryce Haderlie] 
Bus 9b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Hansen moved to approve $10,000 from the Council Contingency fund in the current budget to be used for the 2015 West Jordan City Parade Float. The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and failed 2-4 with Councilmembers' McConnehey, Nichols, Southworth and Rice casting the negative votes.

Councilmember Haaga returned to the meeting at 7:00 pm

d. Discussion and possible action regarding Ordinance 15-10, establishing the 2015 Assessments for the Highlands Assessment Area [Brian Clegg] 
Bus 9c.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Ordinance 15-10. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 7-0 in favor.

e. ***Discussion and possible action regarding establishing the Mayor's salary at the $89,500 as outlined in the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code 1-7B-4, and budgeted in Fiscal Year 2014-2015 Budget  [Mayor Rolfe]

No action was required for this item, informational only.

f. ***Discussion and possible action regarding approval of Council Member’s individual appointment’s to all City Committees, and outside organizations [Mayor Rolfe] 
Bus 9d.pdf  This Item Will Be Continued to May 13

This item was continued until May 13, 2015.

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:    April 21, 2015                                 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 web site at http://pmn.utah.gov  


THE CITY OF WEST JORDAN
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
COUNCIL CHAMBERS 3RD FLOOR
8000 SOUTH REDWOOD ROAD
APRIL 8, 2015
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.

1.    CALL TO ORDER


2.    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

3.    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

4.    PRESENTATIONS

a.    Oath of Office for Sophie Rice as newly appointed Council Member for the Office of Council District 4
b.    Recognition of Police Chief Doug Diamond for receiving the award for Utah Police Chief of the Year
c.    Presentation from Dwight Rasmussen with Salt County Aging & Adult Services regarding Meals on Wheels, and the need for volunteers and support [Mayor Rolfe]

5.    COMMUNICATIONS

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


6.    CITIZEN COMMENTS
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 March 11, 2015 as presented [Melanie Briggs] Consent 7a.pdf

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

b.    Approve a Class B Beer and a Full Restaurant Alcohol for Bar Down Sports Bar & Grill [Ryan Bradshaw] Consent 7b.pdf

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

c.    Approve Resolution 15-48, authorizing the Mayor to execute an Agreement with Valley Design & Construction, Inc., for the construction of a maintenance building for the Ron Wood Park Complex in an amount not to exceed $671,500.00 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 7c.pdf

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

d.    Approve Resolution 15-67, 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 7d.pdf

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

e.    Approve Resolution 15-68, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Motor Controls Inc. for 2-Skid Mounted Pumping Stations in an amount not to exceed $318,250.00 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 7e.pdf

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

f.    Approve Resolution 15-69, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 2 to the Professional Services Agreement with Hansen, Allen and Luce, Inc. for additional Mapping and Modeling Services for missing storm drain pipes and manholes, in an amount not to exceed $32,000 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 7f.pdf

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

g.    Approve Resolution 15-70, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Concrete Concrete for the 2015 West Jordan ADA Pedestrian Ramp Project in an amount not to exceed $147,887.50 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 7g.pdf

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

h.    Approve Resolution 15-71, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 3 to the Agreement with Think Architecture for additional design services for Fire Station 54 & Police Substation Project, in an amount not-to-exceed $4,613.64 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 7h.pdf

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

i.    Approve Resolution 15-72, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Settlement Agreement and Release of All Claims between the City and the Claimants regarding the Glasser litigation [Jeffrey Robinson] Consent 7i.pdf

Motion:    Mayor Rolfe moved to approve Consent Item 7i. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Southworth and passed 6-1 in favor with Councilmember McConnehey casting the negative vote.

j.    Approve Resolution 15-73, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Precision Manholes for the 2015 Manhole Raising Project, in an amount not to exceed $208,550.00 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 7j.pdf

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

k.    Approve Resolution 15-74, approving and authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with Holbrook Asphalt Company for high density mineral bond services in an amount not-to-exceed $413,492.32 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 7k.pdf

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

l.    Approve Resolution 15-75, authorizing staff to close Old Bingham Highway by Terra Linda Elementary (8400 South), and 8600 South between 3200 West and Old Bingham Highway for 7 and 36 days respectively, to accommodate the Jordan Valley TOD Sewer Project on Old Bingham Highway and 8600 South [Wendell Rigby] Consent 7l.pdf

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

8.    PUBLIC HEARINGS
a.    Receive public input and consider for approval a charitable contribution to the Children’s Justice Center waiving fees for the 2015 Day of Hope Care Show [Bryce Haderlie] PH 8a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to waive fees for park rental, encroachment permits and additional City services in the amount of $3,835 for the 2015 Children’s Justice Center Day of Hope Car Show on August 1, 2015. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 7-0 in favor.

b.    Receive public input and consider for approval a charitable contribution to the to the Jordan Education Foundation waiving fees for the 2015 Fun Run [Bryce Haderlie] PH 8b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved to waive fees for park rental, encroachment permits and additional City services in the amount of $3,773 for the 2015 obstacle run on June 6, 2015. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 7-0 in favor.

9.    BUSINESS ITEMS
a.    Discussion and possible direction regarding the Employee Compensation (Career Ladder program and Job reclassification) [Doug Diamond] Bus 9a.pdf

The Council were in favor of the Career Ladder Program, the proposed Job Reclassifications and the Education Reimbursement.

b.    Discussion and possible action regarding the appointment of a Council Member as a voting member of the Salt Lake County Council of Governments [Councilmember Southworth] Bus 9b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to appoint Councilmember Hansen as the Council of Government Representative and Councilmember Rice as the Alternate Representative. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Southworth and passed 5-2 in favor Mayor Rolfe and Councilmember Haaga cast the negative votes.

c.    Discussion and possible action regarding Public Disclosure of a Closed Door discussion concerning Council At Large Jeff Haaga and request of payment to attorney Grace Acosta representing the elective office position as recommended by the City Attorney [Councilmember Haaga] Bus 9c.pdf


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: April 2, 2015               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
MARCH 25, 2015
5:00 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.

1.    CALL TO ORDER


2.    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

3.    INTERVIEWS OF CANDIDATES FOR COUNCIL VACANCY
 
a.    Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 15-55, appointing an individual to fill the unexpired term of Council District 4, until January 4, 2016 Business Item 3a.pdf  
Vacancy Dist 15 Applicants with addresses.pdf
Alan Anderson.pdf  David Pack.pdf  Eric Hanna.pdf  Nicholas Holland.pdf  Sophie Rice.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Resolution 15-55, appointing Sophie Rice to fill the unexpired term of Council District 4, until January 4, 2016.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Southworth and passed 6-0 in favor.

4.    COMMUNICATIONS

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


5.    CITIZEN COMMENTS
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 February 25, 2015 as presented [Melanie Briggs] Consent Item 6a.pdf

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

b.    Approve Resolution 15-56, declaring three water line and associated easements described in the Release of Easement and Deed documents, as surplus and authorize the Mayor to execute the required documents [Wendell Rigby] Consent Item 6b.pdf

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

c.    Approve Resolution 15-57, authorizing the Mayor to execute an Agreement with NPL Construction for Milling and Sweeper services in an amount not-to-exceed $66,720.00 [Wendell Rigby] Consent Item 6c.pdf

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

d.    Approve Resolution 15-58, authorizing the approval of a Purchase Order to Peak Asphalt for the purchase of 15,000 gallons of CSS-1 Asphalt Tack Oil in an amount not to exceed $21,000.00 [Wendell Rigby] Consent Item 6d.pdf

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

e.    Approve Resolution 15-59, authorizing staff to proceed with a Purchase Order with Asphalt Materials, Inc. for asphalt for Public Works in-house overlay project in an amount not to exceed $697,500.00 [Wendell Rigby] Consent Item 6e.pdf

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

f.    Approve Resolution 15-60, authorizing the Mayor to execute contract with Intermountain Slurry Seal for the 2015 West Jordan Chip Seal Project to chip seal and mill Airport Road from 6200 South to New Bingham Highway for an amount not-to-exceed $170,095.08 [Wendell Rigby] Consent Item 6f.pdf

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

g.    Approve Resolution 15-61, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 2 to the Professional Service Agreement with Hansen Allen & Luce, Inc. for additional RPZ design, public education program and a water reuse feasibility study, in an amount not to exceed $39,882.70 [Wendell Rigby] Consent Item 6g.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve Resolution 15-61, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 2 to the Professional Service Agreement with Hansen Allen & Luce, Inc. for additional RPZ design, public education program and a water reuse feasibility study, in an amount not to exceed $39,882.70. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Southworth and passed 4-2 in favor with Mayor Rolfe and Councilmember Haaga casting the negative vote.

h.    Approve Resolution 15-62, authorizing the Mayor to execute Amendment No. 1 to the Professional Service Agreement with Stanley Consultants, Inc. for additional design services in an amount not to exceed $71,210.00 [Wendell Rigby] Consent Item 6h.pdf

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

i.    Approve the variance for West Jordan Cal Ripkin to use Ron Wood Baseball Park starting on March 26, 2015 [Brian Clegg] Consent Item 6i.pdf

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

j.    Approve the request for service in lieu of arena fees and deposit with the Sheriff’s Posse for 2015 [Brian Clegg] Consent Item 6j.pdf

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

k.    Approve Resolution 15-63, authorize the Mayor to execute a Contract to Pro Industrial Services for the City Hall Cooling Tower Supply and Return lines, in the amount not to exceed $95,500.00 [Bryce Haderlie] Consent Item 6k.pdf

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

l.    Approve Resolution 15-64, authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract with A to Z Landscaping, Inc. for the annual City-owned park strip & park landscape maintenance, and snow removal services in Broad Meadow and Lone View subdivisions located in the Highlands Development, for an amount not to exceed $8,998.00 [Brian Clegg] Consent Item 6l.pdf

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

m.    Approve Resolution 15-65, authorizing the Mayor to execute an Interlocal Cooperative Agreement with Unified Police Department of Greater Salt Lake for major traffic collision investigations [Doug Diamond] Consent Item 6m.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve Resolution 15-65, authorizing the Mayor to execute an Interlocal Cooperative Agreement with Unified Police Department of Greater Salt Lake for major traffic collision investigations. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 4-2 in favor with Mayor Rolfe and Councilmember Haaga casting the negative votes.

7.    PUBLIC HEARING
a.    Receive public input regarding the issuance and the sale of up to $7,250,000 of the City’s Sales Tax Revenue Bonds, Series 2015; authorizing the execution and delivery of a Second Supplemental Indenture of Trust to secure said bonds; giving authority to certain officers to approve the final terms and provisions of the bonds within the Parameters set forth herein; authorizing the taking of all other actions necessary for the consummation of the transactions contemplated by this resolution; and providing for related matters [Ryan Bradshaw] Public Hearing 7a.pdf

No action was needed.

8.    BUSINESS ITEMS
a.    Discussion and possible regarding Resolution 15-66, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Reimbursement Agreement for the Jordan Valley TOD Subdivision, and an expenditure of up to $377,708.24 from sewer impact fees, and $233,279.50 from sewer user fees to be reimbursed by sewer impact fees at a later time [Wendell Rigby] Business Item 8a.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth  moved to approve an expenditure of up to $377,708.24 from sewer impact fees, and $233,279.50 from sewer user fees to be reimbursed by sewer impact fees at a later time. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-0 in favor.

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to approve Resolution 15-66, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Reimbursement Agreement for the Jordan Valley Station 1, LLC. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Nichols and passed 6-0 in favor.


b.    Discussion and possible direction for staff to prepare a public meeting to receive comments on the Draft North Area Drainage Capital Improvement Projects Plan [Wendell Rigby] Business Item 8b.pdf

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to direct City staff to prepare for a public meeting to receive comments on the Draft North Area Drainage Capital Improvement Projects Plan. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 5-1 in favor with Councilmember Haaga casting the negative vote.

c.    Discussion and possible action regarding operating procedures for the ‘Old Library’ [Bryce Haderlie] Business Item 8c.pdf

No action was taken, discussion only.

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: March 19, 2015               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
MARCH 11, 2015
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."

5:00 P.M.

1. CALL 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. Discussion of the character professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual  


3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

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


5. CITIZEN COMMENTS
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 February 11, 2015 as presented [Melanie Briggs] Consent 6a.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 6g, and discuss that item later. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-0 in favor

b. Approve Resolution 15-45, confirming the appointment of members to various City Committees [Bryce Haderlie] Consent 6b.pdf  

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 6g, and discuss that item later. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-0 in favor

c. Accepting UDOT’s counter-proposal made by the City Council on December 17, 2014, by accepting ‘routine’ maintenance responsibilities which includes snow plowing and pothole repair of 7800 South, between Bangerter Highway and Redwood Road [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6c.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 6g, and discuss that item later. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-0 in favor

d. Approve the request for alcohol at Pioneer Hall on June 13, 2015, requested by Sarah Miranda [Bryce Haderlie] Consent 6d.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 6g, and discuss that item later. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-0 in favor

e. Approve Resolution 15-46, authorizing the Mayor to execute the Revocable License Agreement with Jordan Credit Union for a private sanitary sewer line crossing at 4800 West [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6e.pdf  

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 6g, and discuss that item later. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-0 in favor

f. Approve Resolution 15-47, authorizing the Mayor to execute a Contract with MGB&A for planning services for Redwood Road Corridor Study [Tom Burdett] Consent 6f.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 6g, and discuss that item later. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-0 in favor

g. Approve Resolution 15-48, authorizing the Mayor to execute an Agreement with Valley Design & Construction, Inc., for the construction of a maintenance building for the Ron Wood Park Complex in an amount not to exceed $671,500.00 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6g.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to table this item until a time deemed sufficient by staff. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-0 in favor

h. Approve Resolution 15-49, authorizing the approval of a Purchase Order to Sonntag Recreation, LLC for the construction of a new park pavilion at Handcart Park, in an amount not-to-exceed $32,250.00 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6h.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 6g, and discuss that item later. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-0 in favor

i. Approve Resolution 15-50, authorizing the Mayor to execute the Local Government Contract Modification to increase funding by $28,901.79 for Construction Engineering Management services for the Redwood Road & 8200 South project for an amount not to exceed $138,137.82 [Wendell Rigby] Consent 6i.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 6g, and discuss that item later. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-0 in favor

j. Approve Resolution 15-51, authorizing the purchase of Faster Fleet Operations Software for Fleet operations and maintenance records keeping in an amount not to exceed $85,450.00; and Fuel Force fuel software for tracking and recording usage in the City in an amount not to exceed $17,095.00 [Bryce Haderlie] Consent 6j.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 6g, and discuss that item later. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-0 in favor

k. Approve Resolution 15-52, authorizing the Mayor to execute an Agreement with the American Cancer Society Relay for Life for use of the Veteran’s Memorial Park August 8, 2015, for their ‘Relay for Life’ race event [Bryce Haderlie] Consent 6k.pdf 


Motion:    Councilmember Nichols moved to approve all Consent Items except 6g, and discuss that item later. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-0 in favor

7. PUBLIC HEARING
a. Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 15-07, regarding a General Plan Land Use Map Amendment for approximately 4.04 acres from Professional Office and High Density Residential to Very High Density Residential and Rezone from R-1-8A (Single-family Residential 8,000 square foot lots) and P-O (Professional Office) to R-3-12 (SHO) (Multi-family Residential 12 units per acre maximum density, Senior Housing Overlay) for Cabco Horizon Assisted Living located at approximately 7448-7490 South Redwood Road; Furst Construction, applicant [Tom Burdett] PH 7a.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved that based on the information and findings set forth in the staff report and upon the evidence and explanations received today, approve amending the General Plan Future Land Use Map for 4.04 acres located at approximately 7448, 7466, 7482 and 7490 South Redwood Road from High Density Residential and Professional Office to Very High Density Residential. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey passed 6-0 in favor.


MOTION:     Councilmember Southworth moved that based on the information and findings set forth in the staff report and upon the evidence and explanations received today approve the rezone the property from R-1-8A (Single-family Residential, 8,000 square foot lot minimum) and Professional Office (PO) to a R-3-12(SHO) zoning district. The motion was seconded by Councilmember McConnehey and passed 6-0 in favor.


b. Receive public input and consider for approval Ordinance 15-08, amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code Section 13-7C-6 “Amendments to the Land Use Map” removing Finding B from General Plan Amendment Findings in the Zoning Ordinance; City Wide applicability; City of West Jordan, applicant [Tom Burdett] PH 7b.pdf  

Motion:    Councilmember Southworth moved to send this item back to the Planning Commission to take a stab at rewording.  The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 6-0 in favor.

c. Receive public input and consider for increasing the salaries for the City Council Members of West Jordan, as outlined in Utah Code 10-3-818 ‘Salaries in municipalities’ [Mayor Rolfe] PH 7c.pdf 


Motion:    Mayor Rolfe moved to prepare an ordinance amending the 2009 West Jordan Municipal Code Title 1, Chapter 4, ‘Compensation of Members of City Council’ increasing City Council members monthly salary from $815.00 to $1,500.00 per month, effective January 2016. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Haaga and passed 4-2 in favor with Councilmembers' McConnehey and Southworth casting the negative votes.

8. BUSINESS ITEMS
a. Discussion and possible action Resolution 15-53, establishing the Highlands Assessment Area Board of Equalization, and Resolution 15-54, establishing the proposed 2015 Assessments for the Highlands Assessment Area [Brian Clegg] Bus 8a.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved that the City Council adopt and approve Resolution 15-54, establishing proposed assessments for the Highlands Assessment Area, all as explained in the staff report; and further move to notify the residents and businesses in the Highlands Assessment Area concerning the proposed assessments.  The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and passed 6-0 in favor.

Motion:    Mayor Rolfe moved that the City Council adopt and approve Resolution 15-53, establishing the Highlands Assessment Area Board of Equalization, and appointing Mayor Rolfe as the Council representative. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 6-0 in favor.

b. Discussion and possible action regarding Draft Transportation Master Plan Update and update Transportation Capital Facility Plan [Wendell Rigby] Bus 8b.pdf WJ Master Plan Interim Power Point Presentation.pdf  Draft Transportation Master Plan.pdf 

The Council directed City staff to prepare for the public open house to receive public comments and to work with the consultant to prepare an updated Transportation Capital Facility Plan. 

c. Discussion and possible action regarding crosswalk improvements located at 1960 West 7000 South [Wendell Rigby] Bus 8c.pdf  

Motion:    Councilmember McConnehey moved to direct City staff to upgrade the crosswalk at 1960 West 7000 South to be an RRFB Crosswalk, with the over head bars, and also direct staff to determine if funding was available in the current funding year, and other improvements as necessary. The motion was seconded by Councilmember Hansen and passed 6-0 in favor.

d. Discussion and possible action regarding Resolution 15-33, authorizing staff to place on the November 2015 Municipal General Election, the issue to change the form of government to a Council-Mayor form [Councilmember Haaga] Bus 8d.pdf 

Motion:    Councilmember Haaga moved to approve Resolution 15-33, authorizing staff to place on the November 2015 Municipal General Election, the issue to change the form of government to a Council-Mayor form.  The motion was seconded by Mayor Rolfe and failed 3-3 with Councilmembers' Hansen, Nichols, Southworth casting the negative votes.

e. Discussion and possible action establishing a municipal ethics commission as authorized by Utah Code Title 10 Chapter 3 Part 13 Municipal Officers’ and Employees’ Ethics Act [Councilmember Haaga]
Bus 8e.pdf
 
This item was pulled.

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: March 9, 2015               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   
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