PROVO/OREM MUNICIPAL COUNCIL JOINT MEETING 12:00 PM, Thursday, August 25, 2016 Room 310, City Conference Room 351 West Center Street, Provo, Utah 84601 Agenda Roll Call Prayer An update on the BRT referendum A discussion on the 820 North Corridor ...
Agenda (After the meeting times will be added to the ends of the individual agenda items to help you find them in the video.) 12:00 PM, Thursday, August 18, 2016 A discussion on the status of the BRT project in Provo City. A discussion on the Provo Schoo...
Agenda (After the meeting times will be added to the ends of the individual agenda items to help you find them in the video.) 12:45 PM, Tuesday, August 2, 2016 Council Business: Governance Process and Rules 1. Introduction of Teri McCabe, re...
Agenda (After the meeting times will be added to the ends of the individual agenda items to help you find them in the video.) 11:30 AM, Tuesday, August 16, 2016 A discussion on the direction that Council is looking to take development in Provo A discussi...
In the Work Session Sewer Base Rate Over the last few months the Public Works Department has presented to Council several times regarding a recommended change to the sewer base rate. At the June 16 budget retreat, the Public Works Master Plan consultant pre...
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Provo City Planning Commission Administrative Hearing on delegated
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Agenda 12:00 PM, Thursday, August 25, 2016 An update on the BRT referendum A discussion on the 820 North Corridor Study An update on Provo's experience with Google Fiber: How has that relationship been viewed politically? How has it impacted the economy? Ho...
In the Work Session Joint Meeting with Planning Commission Council met with the members of the Planning Commission to briefly discuss some items of mutual interest. They discussed the direction that Council is looking to take development in Provo, the appoi...
A discussion on the Provo School District tax increase and how we might better collaborate
A discussion on the progress of Provo High School
A discussion on Lakeview Parkway, the new airport connector road
A discussion on how the City and Provo School District can work together to ensure safety around transportation areas at the new PHS
A discussion on some of the risks and concerns with trampoline gyms
A discussion on the philosophy of interlocal agreements regarding tax increment financing
Council Business: Governance Process and Rules
1. Introduction of Teri McCabe, recommended for the Library Board (16-101)
Mayor's Items and Reports
2. A discussion regarding process for the quarterly review of 25 fees (16-102)
3. A discussion regarding the Interlocal Cooperation Agreement between Utah County and Provo City for Lakeview Parkway Project (16-096)
Upcoming Policy Items referred from the Planning Commission
4. Alan Prince, representing Monterey-Ellis LLC, requests a zoning map amendment of approximately 15.25 acres, located at approximately 965 South 1600 West, from the A1.1 Agricultural Zone (one acre minimum) to the R1.8 Single-Family Residential Zone (8,000 square feet minimum). The rezoning would facilitate the development of a 50-lot single-family subdivision. Sunset Neighborhood. (15-0014R)
6. Ivory Homes requests an ordinance amendment to Section 14.49E.050.(6) to allow a maximum front yard setback of 30 feet instead of 22 feet as currently required, for the Broadview Shore Development located at approximately 1300-2000 North Geneva Road in the SDP-5 Zone. Lakeview North Neighborhood. (16-0014OA)
7. PEG Development requests a code amendment to Sections 14.21A.070 and 14.21A.080 reducing the minimum story height in the DT1 (General Downtown) Zone and changing the application of the transition standards. Timp Neighborhood. (16-0017OA)
8. P.L. Woolstenhulme FLP requests a General Plan Amendment for two lot remnants from the Public Facilities designation to the Residential designation. The property is located at approximately 4600 North Windsor Drive. Sherwood Hills Neighborhood. (16-0002GPA)
9. P.L. Woolstenhulme FLP requests Zone Change for two lot remnants from the Public Facilities Zone to the R1.10 Zone. The property is located at approximately 4600 North Windsor Drive. Sherwood Hills Neighborhood. (16-0004R)
10. Provo City Community Development Department requests an Ordinance Amendment to Section 14.10 One-Family Residential and Section 15.04 Conventional and Open Space Subdivision Requirements, creating an allowance for Variable Lot Subdivisions and eliminating Open Space Subdivision allowances. City-Wide Impact. (16-0011OA) .
11. Dr. Wendell A. Gibby requests a zoning ordinance text amendment to Section 14.38.025 and Section 14.38.085, to allow for larger electronic signs between 3000 & 3300 North University Avenue for emergency healthcare services. Riverside Neighborhood. (16-0013OA)
12. Provo City Community Development Department requests an Ordinance Amendment to Section 14.10 One-Family Residential, proposing changes in the minimum size and required setbacks for flag lots in one-family residential zones. City-Wide Impact. (16-0010OA)
13. Provo City Community Development Department requests an Ordinance Amendment to Section 14.34.140 Flag Lots, revising the policy, process, and other aspects related to the development of flag lots. City-Wide Impact. (16-0015OA)
14. Provo City Community Development Department requests an Ordinance Amendment to Section 14.10 One-Family Residential, proposing reductions in required lot widths in one-family residential zones. City-Wide Impact. (16-0009OA)
15. The Municipal Council or the Governing Board of the Redevelopment Agency will consider a motion to close the meeting for the purposes of holding a strategy session to discuss pending or reasonably imminent litigation, and/or to discuss the purchase, sale, exchange, or lease of real property, and/or the character, professional competence, or physical or mental health of an individual in conformance with � 52-4-204 and 52-4-205 et. seq., Utah Code.
Informal discussion may be held in the Council Conference Room between 4:30 pm and 5:30 pm.
A discussion on the direction that Council is looking to take development in Provo
A discussion on the appointment procedures related to the Planning Commission
A discussion on land use issues that come before the Planning Commission that could be resolved through legislation
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