Park City Council Meeting Summary January 15, 2019
SUMMARY of the JANUARY 15 PARK CITY COUNCIL MEETING
IN THE WORK SESSION
Planning Commission Vacancy Interviews
City Council interviewed six applicants for two vacancies on Park City Planning Commission. A decision will be made soon.
IN THE REGULAR MEETING
Council approved the following appointments:
- Hans Fuegi to the Board of Adjustment, with a term ending June 2023. Hans has served on the Board of Adjustment previously.
BOA Appointment Staff Report
- Becca Gerber as Mayor Pro-Tem and Alternate for calendar year 2019. Mayor Pro-Tem fills in for Mayor Beerman when he is not available.
STAFF COMMUNICATIONS AND DISCLOSURES
FY2019 Quarterly Budget Report
City staff presented to Council the FY2019 Quarterly Budget Report. The report includes information regarding where the City stands in terms of actual and overage spending.
Budget Monitoring Staff Report
Attachment A: Expenditure Report
Attachment B: Revenue Report
City staff provided Council with an update on the website redesign project, which has been allocated for in the FY2019 budget. The City is working with a company called Granicus, formally known as Vision, on the website redesign. The project is currently in its research stage. There is a community survey to acquire information and feedback from site users.
Website Redesign Staff Report
COUNCIL APPROVED THE FOLLOWING ITEM FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA:
- Late Single Event Temporary Liquor License applications for operation during the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. There were a total of twelve licenses available and, at this time, eight have been sold.
Liquor Applications Staff Report
Exhibit A: Liquor List
Park City Vision 2020 – Community Visioning Project Update
City staff presented an update to Council on the Community Visioning project for 2020. Staff recommended the selection of Future IQ as the firm to assist with this project, and highlighted the upcoming community outreach efforts and methods to kick off in February 2019.
Council approved the following new business items:
- Consideration to hold a special meeting on January 22, 2019 to approve late Type 2 Convention Sales Licenses. The special meeting, held to accommodate late Sundance applications, would be beneficial in regulating sales licenses, as many vendors would likely operate with or without approval.
Special Meeting Staff Report
- Resolution 01-2019, authorizing the issuance of General Obligation Bonds in the amount of $48,000,000.00 for the purchase of Treasure Hill and Armstrong/Snow Ranch Pasture properties.
General Obligation Bonds Staff Report
- Resolution 02-2019, authorizing the issuance and sale of not more than $32,000,000.00 aggregate principal amount of sales tax revenue bonds, series 2019. This would fund a portion of the Treasure Hill open space acquisition, as well as affordable and attainable housing projects.
Sales Tax Revenue Bonds Staff Report
Sales Tax Revenue Bonds Resolution
- Ordinance 2019-03, approving the 510 Ontario Avenue plat amendment and Ordinance 2019-04, amending Ordinance No. 15-12 and approving the Roundabout Condominiums first amendment, located at 300 Deer Valley Drive. These ordinances shift the property lines.
510 Ontario Ave Plat Amendment Staff Report and Ordinances
510 Ontario Ave Plat Amendment Exhibits
- Ordinance 2019-05, approving the North Silver Lake amended and restated condominium plat second amendment, located at 7101 Silver Lake Drive, which would allow for interior property walls to be shifted. North Silver Lake Amended and Restated Condominium Plat 2nd Amendment Staff Report
- Type 2 Convention Sales Licenses for operation during the 2019
Sundance Film Festival, with contingent approval based on whether the
CSL is approved on a state level.
CSL Staff Report
Exhibit A: CSL List
- Amendments to the Proposed 2019 Legislative Platform Policy Guidelines. Guidelines are an overarching policy proposal for City operating parameters at the State Capitol during the legislative session. Social equity initiatives have been included in the guidelines this year.
2019 Legislative Platform Staff Report
PCMC Legislative Platform and Policy Guidelines
The following new business items were continued to a future meeting:
- Consideration to approve Ordinance 2019-06, approving land
management code amendments regarding Section 15-13 Design Guidelines for
Historic Districts and Historic Sites and 15-15 Definitions.
Design Guideline Revisions Staff Report and Ordinance
to Approve Ordinance 2019-07, amending the Land Management Code of Park
City, Utah, specifically chapters pertaining to Historic Residential
and Commercial Districts.
LMC Amendments - Historic Districts Staff Report
LMC Amendments Ordinance
UPCOMING CITY MEETINGS
- Planning Commission: 1/23, 5:30 p.m. at City Hall
- City Council: 1/29, 6:00 p.m. at City Hall *Tuesday meeting
- City Council Retreat: 2/7-2/8, 9:00 a.m. at Park City Library
- State of the City: 2/12, 6:00 p.m. at Park City Library
- City Council: 2/14, 6:00 p.m. at City Hall