The City Council will hold a meeting on Thursday, March 22 at 6pm. The agenda and documents are now available. There will also be three public hearings that evening.
1. Community Development Block Grant Funding (CDBG)
2. Casto Home – options
3. Amendment to Section 13.71 if the City Code Ground Floor Retail in Holladay Village– the proposed amendment would require that only commercial uses be allowed for street level floor space, for buildings that face 2300 East, Holladay Boulevard, and Murray Holladay Road in the Holladay Village zone.
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NOTICE OF MEETING OF THE
CITY OF HOLLADAY CITY COUNCIL
THURSDAY MARCH 22, 2012
4580 S 2300 E
HOLLADAY, UTAH 84117
5:00 p.m. Council Dinner – Council members will be eating dinner. No city business will be discussed.
5:30 p.m. Briefing Session – The Council will review and discuss the agenda items; NO decisions will be made.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Holladay Municipal Council will hold a City Council meeting in the Council Chambers beginning at 6:00 p.m. It is possible that a member of the Council will be participating by electronic means. The Council Chambers shall serve as the anchor location.
6:00 p.m. Council Meeting
I. Welcome – Mayor Webb
II. Pledge of Allegiance
III. Public Comments
The public is invited to address the City Council on any subject for three minutes, five minutes for a group spokesperson, additional time allotted at the discretion of the chairperson. Comments which cannot be made within these time limits should be submitted in writing to the City Recorder prior to noon the day before the meeting so they can be copied and distributed to the Council
IV. Public Hearing on CDBG Funding for 2012-13–
The Council will hold a public hearing on the federally-mandated and funded Community Development Block Grants for funding housing-related projects in the upcoming fiscal year.
V. Public Hearing on Casto Home
Input will be taking on options for the Casto Home. Construction of the new fire station will require relocation or demolition of the historic Casto Home.
VI. Proclamation Declaring April Fair Housing Month
VII. Public Hearing on Proposed Amendment to Section 13.71 of the Holladay Village Requiring Only Commercial Uses for Street Level Floor Space
Input will be taken on requiring commercial uses on the ground floor of buildings in the HV zone specifically for 2300 E, Holladay Blvd and Murray Holladay Rd. The proposed ordinance would prohibit ground-floor residential on major streets in the Holladay Village zone.
VIII. Consideration of Ordinance 2012-06 Establishing Temporary Restrictions Regarding Applications for Subdivision Re-zoning Requests, Conditional Use Permits, Building Permits and Signs Permits Along the Highland Dr Corridor – a temporary prohibition on rezoning residential for office uses to be considered until a new Residential Office zone can be enacted as envisioned in the recently-adopted Highland Drive Master Plan.
IX. Consent Agenda
a. Approval of Minutes – March 1 and 8, 2012
X. City Manager Report – Randy Fitts
XI. Council Reports
XII. Closed Session pursuant to Utah Code Section 52-4-204 & 205 to Discuss Personnel Issues, Potential Litigation and Property Acquisition and Disposition – (If needed)
XIII. Adjourn City Council Meeting and Convene in a Work Meeting
a. Legislative Wrap Up – Council Member Pace & David Spatafore
wrap up on Legislation from the 2012 State Legislative Session
b. Update on Fire Station and Casto Home – the historic Casto Home across from Olympus Jr High will need to be relocated to make room for the new fire station.
c. Discussion on Sign Ordinance
d. Discussion on Noise Ordinance – Council Member Palmer
review changes to the Salt Lake Valley Health Dept ordinance and write a letter with our concerns. Click here for side by side comparison
d. Discussion on Teacher Recognition for 2012 – Council Members Pace and Pignanelli
discussion teacher recognition criteria and selection board.
e. Discussion & Review of 13.08, 13.09 and Special Exceptions of the Land Use Code update of the City’s Land Use Ordinance to comply with recent changes to State Law
f. Calendar – schedule of upcoming meetings
g. Other Business – as may properly be introduced
XIV. Adjourn Work Meeting
On Friday, March 16, 2012 at 10:30 am a copy of the foregoing notice was posted in conspicuous view in the front foyer of the City of Holladay City Hall, Holladay, Utah. A copy of this notice was faxed to the Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News, newspapers of general circulation in the City by the Office of the City Recorder. A copy was also faxed or emailed to the Salt Lake County Council, Cottonwood Heights City and Murray City pursuant to Section 10-9-103.5 of the Utah Code. The agenda was also posted at city hall, Holladay Library, city internet website at www.cityofholladay.com and state noticing website at http://pmn.utah.gov.
Reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities or those in need of language interpretation service can be provided upon request. For assistance, please call 272-9450 at least three days in advance. TTY/TDD users should call 7-1-1.
Dated this 16th day of March, 2012
Stephanie N. Carlson, MMC
Holladay City Recorder