Due to the COVID-19 virus, the Mayor of West Jordan issuing a Local Emergency and the Utah Governor issuing an Executive Order 2020-5 regarding public meetings, West Jordan City Council meetings will be electronic meetings until further notice.
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WORK SESSION 5:30 P.M.
1. MOTION TO ALLOW PARTICIPATION 1-13-1
a. Budget Overview [60 minutes]
b. New Business and Unfinished Business – City Council [20 minutes]
New Business Items are matters appearing for the first time on a Council agenda. This notifies the Council the matter will be considered at a future meeting. The introduction of the item allows the Council appropriate preparation time.
i. Cannon & Company Office Rezone [Scheduled for Public Hearing on May 27]
Rezone of 2.29 acres at 8631 South Redwood Road from RR-1A (Rural Residential 40,000 square foot lots) Zone to P-O (Professional Office) Zone. Cannon & Company/Gary Cannon and Susan Lund (applicant) #20487; parcel 27-03-201-088; 27-03-201-002 [Kent Page/Nathan Nelson] (Packet i)
ii. Rescinding Council Direction Regarding Resolution 19-185; October 23, 2019 [Scheduled for May 27 City Council]
The Council will consider rescinding council direction to update the Veteran’s Memorial Park Master Plan. [Council Member Kelvin Green] (Packet ii)
CITY COUNCIL MEETING 7:00 P.M.
1. CALL TO ORDER
2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE – Tauni Barker, Director, Community Engagement
3. CITIZEN COMMENT
Citizens are permitted to address the Council concerning any matter over which the Council has jurisdiction, including comments concerning an item on the agenda. The Council will allow 3 minutes to do so during this period. Written comments may be submitted if a citizen does not wish to speak. Any comments needing or requesting follow-up will be assigned to staff for further action as appropriate after the meeting. Please provide contact information on the sign-up sheet and state your name and phone number when speaking to the Council so later follow-up can take place. Persons who exceed the time or are otherwise disorderly may be expelled by the Council upon a two-thirds majority vote, as provided in Utah Code Annotated 10-3-608. The Council requires that citizens help maintain the decorum of the meeting by not applauding or booing, turning off electronic devices, not engaging in verbal attacks against others or being disrespectful during the proceedings of the meeting.
SR1 – West Jordan Firefighters’ Day and Peace Officers Day - Discussion and Possible Action on Resolution 20-30 declaring May 4th as West Jordan Firefighters’ Day and May 15th as West Jordan Peace Officers Day, annually. (Item SR1) Motion passed 7-0
SR2 – West Jordan Public Works Week - Discussion and Possible Action on Resolution 20-29 declaring the third week in May as West Jordan Public Works Week, annually. (Item SR2) Motion passed 7-0
i. Mayor’s Report - Invited Guest - Congressman Ben McAdams
ii. CAO’s Report
iii. COVID-19 – Jared Smith, Risk & Emergency Response Manager
iv. Council Office Report
v. City Council comments
5. PUBLIC HEARINGS
a. West Jordan Engineering Policies and Design Criteria Manual
City Council will hold a public hearing and consider Ordinance No. 20-09 re-approving the Engineering Policies and Design Criteria Manual, including Culinary Water, Land Disturbance, Landscape and Irrigation, Roads and Bridges, Sanitary Sewer, Storm Drains, Street Lights, and all Appendices and other related provisions, as presently constituted; City-Wide Applicability; City of West Jordan (applicant) [Duncan Murray, Asst. City Attorney] (Item 5a) Motion passed 6-0-1
b. 2009 West Jordan City Code
City Council will hold a public hearing and consider Ordinance No. 20-10 re-approving the entirety of Titles 5 (Environment and Health), 8 (Public Works, Public Ways and Property), 9 (Utilities), 10 (Building Regulations) and 11 (Land Disturbance) as presently constituted; City-Wide Applicability; City of West Jordan (applicant) [Duncan Murray, Asst. City Attorney] (Item 5b) Motion passed 7-0
c. Master Transportation Plan Update
City Council will hold a public hearing and consider possible action regarding Ordinance No. 20-08 an ordinance adopting the City Transportation Masterplan Future Roadway Network map with changes to the alignments of 6400 West and 6700 West between Wells Park Road and the Old Bingham Highway. These two streets will be combined south of Wells Park Road to make a new street called “6500 West”; City-Wide Applicability; City of West Jordan (applicant) [Nate Nelson, City Engineer] (Item 5c) Motion passed 6-0-1
6. CONSENT ITEMS
Routine items on the Consent Agenda not requiring public discussion by the City Council or which have been discussed previously may be adopted by one single motion. A Council member may request to remove an item from the consent agenda for individual discussion and consideration.
a. Approve Meeting Minutes (Alan Anderson, Deputy Council Office Director) (Item 6a) Motion passed 7-0
• April 1st and 6th City Council Meeting
• April 8th & April 15th Work Session and City Council Meeting
• April 16th Work Session
b. Approve Wastewater Planning Program Annual Report for the City of West Jordan
City Council will consider approving Resolution No. 20-26 a resolution adopting the 2019 Municipal Wastewater Planning Program Annual Report for the City of West Jordan [Brian Clegg, Public Works Director] (Item 6b) moved to 5/27/2020
7. CONSENT ITEMS DISCUSSION
Discussion and possible action regarding any Consent Item(s) pulled by City Council
8. BUSINESS ITEMS
a. Tentative Budgets for the City of West Jordan for Fiscal Year 2020-2021
Accepting and receipt of the Tentative Budgets for the City of West Jordan for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 [Dirk Burton, Mayor and Danyce Steck, Finance Director] (Item 8a) Motion approved 6-0-1
b. Amend Municipal Code Title 1, Chapter 13 Public Meetings
Council will discuss and consider possible action on Ordinance 20-07 amending Title 1, Chapter 13 (“Public Meetings”) regarding procedures for electronic meetings, voting requirements, and other technical changes. [Councilmember Kelvin Green] (Item 8b) Motion passed 7-0
c. Amend Council Rules
Council will discuss and consider possible action on Resolution 20-28 regarding amendments to the council rules [Councilmember Kelvin Green & Councilmember Kayleen Whitelock] (Item 8c_Redline) (Item 8c Clean) Motion passed 7-0
d. City Council Committee Assignments
Council will discussion and consider possible action to approve City Council Committee Assignments. (Item 8d) Motion passed 7-0
e. Approve Temporary Sign Regulations
Council will discuss and consider possible action on Ordinance No. 20-11 an ordinance approving a temporary land use regulation regarding Title 12 (Sign regulations) of the 2009 West Jordan City Code; in particular, temporary standards for signs. (Item 8e) Motion to continue 5/27 7-0
a. MJ-Project 1 – General Plan Land Use Map Amendment and Zoning Map Amendment [Scheduled for Public Hearing on May 27]
6835 West New Bingham Highway; General Land Use Map amendment for approximately 9 acres from Parks and Open Land to Light Industrial and rezone approximately 60 acres from A-20 (Agricultural 20-acre lots) Zone to M-1 (Light Manufacturing) Zone; Gardner Company/Ben Seastrand (applicant) [Scott Langford, Development Services Director] (Item 9a)
b. Moderate Income Housing Plan [Scott Langford, Development Services Director] (Item 9b)
11. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
Unfinished Business Items are matters that have been introduced that remain unresolved. Updates are listed to assist in planning or resolution.
a. PC Form-Based Zone Text Amendments (Introduced Nov. 19, 2019) Update: 03/11/2020-Council
discussed for further refinement. 04/03/2020-Matter is with Development Services
b. Veterans Memorial Park Master Plan – From Oct. 23, 2019 (Res. 19-185) Update: 04/03/2020 - No updates at present time. There is no funding at present time.
c. Moderate Income Housing Plan – From Nov. 19, 2019 (Ord. 19-41) Update: 04/03/2020 -
Discussion was held April 29 with Planning commission.
d. Accessory Dwelling Units – From Nov. 19, 2019 Update: 04/03/2020 - Next discussion scheduled
with Planning Commission on April 29, 2020. Discussion was held April 29 with Planning Commission. To Development Services for refinement.
e. Barber Property Rezone – From Feb. 12, 2020 (tabled to date uncertain) Update: 04/03/2020 -
Action after remand from Planning Commission. Public Hearing was held and closed. Tabled for Pending Developer/Resident Discussions. Developer is waiting for an ability to meet.
12. CLOSED SESSION
a. The West Jordan City Council may temporarily recess the City Council meeting to convene in a closed session to discuss the character, professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual as provided by Utah Code Annotated §52-4-205. Motion passed 7-0
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UPCOMING CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS
• May 27 – Regular Council Meeting – 5:30p
• May 28 – Council Budget Work Session – 5:30p
• June 10 – Regular City Council Meeting – 5:30p
• June 24 – Regular City Council Meeting – 5:30p
• July 8 – Regular City Council Meeting – 5:30p
• July 29 – Regular City Council Meeting – 5:30p
• August 12 – Regular City Council Meeting – 5:30p
• August 26 – Regular City Council Meeting – 5:30p
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 West Jordan City Council Office at 801-569-5017, providing at least three working days advance notice of the meeting.
CERTIFICATE OF POSTING
I, Alan R. Anderson, certify that I am the Deputy Council Office Director of the City of West Jordan, Utah, and that the foregoing City Council agenda was 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.westjordan.utah.gov and the State Public Meeting Notice website at http://pmn.utah.gov.
One or more councilmembers may participate electronically in this meeting by way of telephone, FaceTime, Skype or other comparable online video conferencing technology per Utah Code (§52-4-207) and West Jordan City Ordinance 1-13-1-E. Member’s participation via electronic communication will be broadcast and amplified so other Council Members and all other persons present in the Council Chambers will be able to hear or see the communication. The Council encourages interested parties and the public to watch the video stream of the meeting via the city’s YouTube channel. https://bit.ly/WestJordan (West Jordan’s YouTube channel)
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PERMISSION NOTICE
By attending this meeting/event, you consent to the use of your photograph, voice, likeness, and image in broadcasts of this meeting/event, and in subsequent productions drawn from video or audio recordings of this meeting/event, in the sole and absolute discretion of the City of West Jordan. The city retains a copyright for all video and audio recordings. Video and audio recordings may not be modified, manipulated, or distributed in any way without the express written consent of the City’s Chief Executive Officer.
Posted and dated May 8, 2020 2:30pm Alan Anderson, Deputy Council Office Director