Due to the increased threat of serious illness and loss of life by the rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus, the Chair of West Jordan City Council has determined that conducting this City Council meeting at City Hall or at another anchor location is likely to contribute to the spread of COVID-19 and would present a substantial risk to the health, safety, and welfare of the City’s residents, participants, and observers. Therefore, pursuant to Utah Code 52-4-207(4), the West Jordan City Council hereby declares that the meetings of this public body will be held only electronically until further notice. This determination will expire in thirty (30) days from the date the Chair of the West Jordan City Council signs the written determination.
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)
Interested parties may comment during the meeting in one of the following ways:
• Go to https://www.zoom.us/ in your web browser and participate during the public hearing when called upon by the Council Chair. Meeting ID: 955 6986 0272 Password: 8000
• Call into the Zoom Webinar using one of the following phone numbers: 346-248-7799 or 312-626-6799 or 646-558-8656 or 253-215-8782 or 301-715-8592. You may participate during the public hearing when called upon by the Council Chair. Meeting ID 955 6986 0272 Password: 8000
REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MEETING 5:30 P.M.
The City Council will review the agenda for the Redevelopment Agency.
Work Sessions are intended to provide Council Members with the opportunity to study issues and analyze information in preparation for future Council meetings. All proposed items will be scheduled for a decision at a future council meeting.
A. General Plan Overview [Korban Lee, Chief Administrative Officer and Alan R. Anderson, Council Office Director]
B. New Business* (See Below)
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.
C. Unfinished Business* (See Below)
Unfinished business items are matters that have been introduced that remain unresolved. Updates are listed to assist in planning or resolution.
CITY COUNCIL MEETING 7:00 P.M.
1. CALL TO ORDER
2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
3. CITIZEN COMMENT
Time has been set aside for the public to bring ideas, concerns, or comments to the Council’s attention whether on the agenda or not. When addressing the Council, please state your full name and limit your remarks to three (3) minutes. Please provide your full name in the Zoom meeting or on the sign-up sheet. Written comments may be submitted if a citizen does not wish to speak. The Council requires that citizens 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.
4. REPORTS TO CITY COUNCIL
i. Mayor’s Report
ii. CAO’s Report
iii. Council Office Report
iv. City Council Reports
5. 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 R. Anderson, Council Office Director] Item 5a
• August 12, 2020 City Council Work Session and Regular Meeting
• August 26, 2020 City Council Work Session and Regular Meeting
b. Approve Resolution No. 20-63 authorizing the Mayor’s execution of Amendment 1 to Interlocal Cooperation Agreement relating to the Home Investment Partnership Program [Lisa Elgin, Associate Planner] Item 5b
6. PUBLIC HEARINGS
a. Council will receive input and consider approving Ordinance No. 20-28 adopting an amendment to the City of West Jordan’s Annual Budget for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 [Danyce Steck, Administrative Services Director] Item 6a
b. Council will receive input and consider approving Ordinance No. 20-32 amending the General Plan Moderate Income Housing element (continued from August 26th) [Larry Gardner, City Planner] Item 6b
7. BUSINESS ITEMS
a. Community Engagement Performance Measures Report [Tauni Barker, Community Engagement Director] Item 7a
b. Discussion and possible action on Ordinance No. 20-34 amending Title 1, Chapter 8 of the West Jordan City code to provide for the division of the City’s Administrative Services into departments and special functions [Korban Lee, Chief Administrative Officer] Item 7b
c. Discussion and possible action on Resolution No. 20-65 providing advice and consent to the appointment of Tyler Aitken as City Treasurer [Korban Lee, Chief Administrative Officer] Item 7c
d. Discussion and possible action on Resolution No. 20-66 providing advice and consent to the appointment of Tangee Sloan as City Recorder [Korban Lee, Chief Administrative Officer] Item 7d
e. Discussion and possible action on Resolution No. 20-67 providing advice and consent to the appointment of Danyce Steck as Administrative Services Director [Korban Lee, Chief Administrative Officer] Item 7e
f. Discussion and possible action on Resolution No. 20-64 approving a Template for a Master Licensing Agreement (MLA) for small wireless facilities and authorizing the Mayor’s execution of MLA’s [Scott Langford, Community Development Director] Item 7f
WORK SESSION (continued)
D. Planning for September 29, 2020 Joint City Council / Planning Commission Meeting
9. CLOSED MEETING
a. ***The West Jordan City Council may temporarily recess the City Council meeting to convene in a closed session to discuss the pending or reasonably imminent litigation and the character, professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual as provided by Utah Code Annotated §52-4-205
**** NEW BUSINESS
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.
a. Commission on Diversity [Zach Jacob, Council Member]
* 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 November 19, 2019) Update: March 11, 2020-Council discussed for further refinement. April 3, 2020-Matter is with Development Services.
b. Jordan Fields - TSOD approving the Master Development Agreement and Preliminary Development Plan located at 8759 South Jordan Valley Way; Aug 26, 2020 tabled to date uncertain.
c. Active Transportation Plan – City Council Work Session and Regular meeting on August 26, 2020. Tentatively scheduled for November 18, 2020.
d. Diversity Committee – Work Session on August 12, 2020 continued to September 30, 2020.
e. Title 2 Rewrite – discussed during Work Session on August 12, 2020. Tentatively scheduled for September 30, 2020.
***UPCOMING CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS***
• September 8 – General Plan Committee (no quorum present) – 12:00 noon
• September 14 – Land Use Committee (no quorum present) – 12:00 noon
• September 29 – Joint City Council and Planning Commission Meeting – 5:30p
• September 30 – Regular City Council Meeting – 5:30p
• October 7 – Budget & Audit Committee (no quorum present) - 6:00p
• October 12 – Land Use Committee (no quorum present) – 12:00 noon
• October 14 – Regular City Council Meeting – 5:30p
• October 28 – Regular City Council Meeting – 5:30p
• November 4 – Regular City Council Meeting – 5:30p
• November 18 – Regular City Council Meeting – 5:30p
Interested parties may contact the Council PRIOR to the meeting in one of the following ways: (your comment will not be part of the meeting but will be provided to all members of the entire City Council)
• Call the 24-hour Public Comment Line PRIOR to the meeting and leave a message: (801) 569-5052. Please include your name and phone number.
• Send an email to email@example.com. Please include your name and phone number.
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.
One or more council members 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.
CERTIFICATE OF POSTING
I, Cindy M. Quick, the Council Office Clerk of the City of West Jordan, Utah, certify that the foregoing agenda was posted at the principal office of the public body, on the Utah State Public Meeting Notice website http://pmn.utah.gov, on West Jordan City’s website www.westjordan.utah.gov, and notification was sent to the Salt Lake Tribune, Deseret News, and the West Jordan Journal.
Please note: agenda items are subject to change and may be reordered or tabled in order to accommodate the needs of City Council, staff, and the public.
Posted and dated September 3, 2020 Cindy Quick, MMC, Council Office Clerk