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Park City Council Meeting Summary November 8, 2018

Post Date:11/13/2018 4:56 PM

SUMMARY of the November 8 PARK CITY COUNCIL MEETING

 

IN THE WORK SESSION

2018 Park City Kimball Arts Festival Debrief

Park City Municipal and Kimball Arts Center representatives discussed the successes of this year’s Kimball Arts Festival, as well as areas for improvement. The total City cost for the 2018 event was $148,287.84, which was well under the estimated cost. Next year’s event marks the 50th anniversary, and Kimball Arts Center’s Executive Director, Jory Macomber, explained that he and his team are working to create a unique event to commemorate this milestone. Several Councilmembers expressed their strong support for Kimball Arts Festival and a desire to help celebrate the milestone achievement.
2018 Park City Kimball Arts Festival Debrief
2018 Kimball Arts Festival Debrief Staff Report

 

IN THE REGULAR MEETING

STAFF COMMUNICATIONS

Quarterly Budget Report, FY2019

The Budget Report is conducted quarterly, as mandated by the state of Utah.
Budget Staff Report
Attachment A: Expenditure Report Q1 FY2019
Attachment B: Revenue Report Q1 FY2019

 

Backhoe Report

The Backhoe Report includes both public and significant private projects that will be visible or impact community members and/or business owners.
Construction Projects Staff Report
Backhoe Report - November 2018

 

Bonanza Flat Improvements Update

Staff and Utah Open Lands provided an update on fencing, gates, and winter motorized corridors. Staff explained the process of which improvements were evaluated, per standards and safety measures.

 

PUBLIC COMMENT:

Several residents of Brighton Estates made public comment regarding the management of the City-owned Bonanza Flat open space property. Councilmembers commented on the significant public process taken place to date, the contributions and hard work of Utah Open Lands, and complexities of the Brighton Estates subdivision, which holds various and, often, opposing views.

 

APPOINTMENT

Jason Glidden was appointed as the Park City Municipal representative for the Prospector Condominium Homeowners Association. There was no public input regarding this appointment.
Prospector Condo HOA - City Representative Appointment Staff Report

 

COUNCIL APPROVED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA:

  • A request to approve Resolution 28-2018, which declare November 24 as “Small Business Saturday” in Park City, Utah. This resolution encourages residents and visitors to shop local the Saturday after Thanksgiving, which the Historic Park City Alliance will mark with the annual Tree Lighting and Electric Light Parade on Main Street

    Small Business Saturday Staff Report
    Small Business Saturday Resolution

     

  • A request to approve special event temporary alcoholic beverage license applications for operation during 2019 Sundance Film Festival

    Liquor Staff Report
    Exhibit A: Liquor List
    Exhibit B: Map

     

  • A request to authorize the City Manager to enter into a contract with Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc., in an amount that is not to exceed $30,000.00, and with SKM Engineering, LLC in an amount not to exceed $180,000.00. These contracts will allow for Water System Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) and Telemetry System Integrator Services. This contract supports the City’s water communication system
    SCADA Staff Report

     

  • A request to enter into a contract with Total Power & Controls, LLC for water system electrical contractor services in an amount not to exceed $330,000.00. The contract supports the City’s water power system

    Electrical Contractor Staff Report

     

  • A request to enter into a Professional Services Agreement for commissioned public art with William Louis at the McPolin Tunnel/224 connector in an amount not to exceed $10,000.00. The City has partnered with Friends of the Farm for this project

    McPolin Tunnel Staff Report
    McPolin Farm Proposal

     

  • An Emergency Professional Services Agreement with T-O Engineers, Inc., which will provide the City with professional engineer services through February 2019. The agreement is not to exceed $75,000.00. The interim City Engineer will be at City Hall two days a week during the recruitment for a full time City Engineer

    City Engineer Contract Services Staff Report
    Attachment 1: T-O Engineers Service Agreement

     

  • A Professional Services Agreement with Archiplex Group for architectural services for the design of the new Public Utilities and Public Works building renovation project. The agreement is not to exceed the amount of $152,280.00. This contract is for the existing space on Iron Horse Drive, Quinn’s water treatment facility, as well as the Iron Horse transit space
    Public Utilities Renovation 2018 Staff Report and Contract

     

  • A construction contract with International Center for Appropriate and Sustainable Technology (ICAST) for the remodel of the Prospector Square Condos. This contract, which is not to exceed $547,940.00, is to cover the costs of remodeling the Prospector Condos purchased with Transit funds will house transit employees

    Prospector Condos Remodel Staff Report

 

NEW BUSINESS

Council approved the following new business items:

  • A Legal Services Agreement between Park City Municipal Corporation and Ray Quinney & Nebeker to serve as counsel for Park City in the Personal Injury Litigation Entitled C.L., et al., v. Park City Municipal Corporation
    Legal Services Staff Report
    Attachment A: Legal Services Agreement

     

  • An amended Stipulated Compliance Order for the Judge and Spiro Tunnel Utah Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permits between Park City Municipal Corporation and the Utah Division of Water Quality. This amended compliance order for the Judge and Spiro mine discharge will reduce financial drain on residents
    Amended Stipulated Compliance Order Staff Report

     

  • Consideration to execute the Second Amendment to the Professional Services Agreement with CH2M, Inc., for the 3Kings Water Treatment Facility (3KWTF) Phase III design services. The agreement, which involves a large engineering construction contract, is not to exceed $5,870,000.00
    3Kings Water Treatment Facility Second Addendum Staff Report

     

  • A Design Professional Services Agreement with Bowen, Collins and Associates, for the 3Kings Water Treatment Plant off-site improvements design services to design all pipes leading up to the new treatment plant, including Spiro Tunnel. The agreement is not to exceed $755,000.00
    3Kings Water Treatment Facility Engineering Services Staff Report

     

  • An agreement with Alder Construction Company for early-stage contractor involvement during pre-construction of the 3Kings Water Treatment Plant project in an amount not to exceed $183,500.00
    3Kings Water Treatment Facility Preconstruction Services Staff Report

     

  • A Construction Agreement with Alder Construction Company for the Golf Course Maintenance Facility Project for a guaranteed maximum price (GMP) of $4,500,935.01. The new golf maintenance facility will replace the space that is being lost to the new 3Kings water treatment plant
    Golf Building Construction Staff Report

     

  • Consideration to grant nine (9) non-exclusive wastewater access and maintenance easements to the Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District for the Park City Back Nine subdivision plat, an easement currently located on the golf course
    Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District Easement Staff Report

 

UPCOMING CITY MEETINGS

  • City Council: 11/15, 6:00 p.m. at City Hall
  • City Council: 11/20, 2:00 p.m. at City Hall *a special meeting to canvass 2018 election results
  • City Council: 11/29, 6:00 p.m. at City Hall
  • Historic Preservation Board Meeting: 12/5 at 5:00 p.m. at City Hall

 

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This is an unofficial summary of the meeting. To read the official minutes; please visit the meetings page on the city's website. Minutes are posted once they are approved.