Park City Council Meeting Summary April 18, 2019
SUMMARY of the APRIL 18 PARK CITY COUNCIL MEETING
IN THE STUDY SESSION
Public Art Advisory Board Annual Update
City staff and representatives from the Public Art Advisory Board presented an annual update to Council. They reviewed three completed projects, which include the Olympic Legacy project (Legacy Alive), the PCMARC Gravity & Gear, and the China Bridge mural, Wild City. There are three projects scheduled for completion this May, including the McPolin Tunnel mural, utility box installation, and the installation of Loosey the Moose along the Bear Bench Walkway on Swede Alley. Additional projects scheduled for this summer, ongoing projects, long term planning, and outreach opportunities were also discussed.
Annual PAAB Update Staff Report
Exhibit A: Public Art Advisory Board Background 2019
Exhibit B1: DRAFT Strategic Plan and Project Prioritization 2019
Exhibit B2: April 2019 PAAB Budget Update
IN THE WORK SESSION
2019 Legislative Recap with State Representative Tim Quinn
City staff and State Representative Tim Quinn discussed the past legislative session. Rep. Quinn was instrumental in passing the Renewable Energy Legislation (HB411), and safeguarded Park City’s ability to reduce the volume of single-use plastic bags. There was further discussion among Rep. Quinn and City Council about what can be expected with restructuring the State’s sales tax structure during the upcoming interim legislative session.
IN THE REGULAR MEETING
STAFF COMMUNICATIONS AND DISCLOSURES
Carbon Footprint Update 2016-2018
City staff presented Council with an overview of Park City Municipal’s carbon footprint for the years 2016, 2017, and 2018. Staff spoke to this topic during Council’s February retreat, and were asked to come back to council with an update. The full report looks at energy use of the Marsac building, transit and transportation, and other buildings and facilities.
Municipal Carbon Footprint Staff Report
International Chiefs of Police Association “One Mind Campaign Pledge”
Police personnel updated Council on their “One Mind Campaign Pledge,” highlighting the efforts to provide all officers with training in mental health crisis intervention. As part of the pledge, Park City Police Department developed and implemented a model policy to address officers’ interactions with those experiencing a mental health crisis. 100% of PCPD’s officers have received training in Mental Health First Aid. Because of Park City Council’s focus on mental health awareness and services, in addition to the critical priority of Social Equity, PCPD has not only met the standards for this international pledge, but has exceeded the required officer training.
Police Department One Mind Campaign Pledge
Council approved the following items from the consent agenda:
- A Professional Services Agreement with MGB+A for landscape and irrigation design services for the Prospector Avenue Reconstruction Project in an amount not to exceed $16,685. This is the last element to help finish the Prospector Avenue project and by making changes to the landscape material, it will allow for the irrigation to run on the City’s system, rather than a private system.
Prospector Avenue Reconstruction Staff Report
Attachment 1: Scope of Services
Attachment 2: Additional Services
Council approved the following old business items:
- Ordinance 2019-17, amending Municipal Code Title 4, licensing AND consideration to approve Ordinance 2019-25, an ordinance amending Municipal Code Title 4B, Franchised Utilities and Taxes. City staff presented ordinances to clarify Title 4 licensing, which would delete repetitive code. These changes would also add $100 trash receipts.
Titles 4 and 4B Staff Report
Exhibit A: Title 4 Ordinance
Exhibit B: Title 4 Redlined Code
Exhibit C: Title 4B Ordinance
Exhibit D: Title 4B Redlined Code
- Ordinance 2019-18, approving the 269 Daly Avenue plat amendment first amended, located at 269 Daly Avenue. The owner of this property no longer wants to move the home or the limits of disturbance.
269 Daly Avenue Plat First Amended Staff Report
269 Daly Avenue Plat Ordinance and Exhibits
Council approved the following new business items:
- Ordinance 2019-19, approving the Claim Jumper Court subdivision, located at 4, 6, and 8 Claim Jumper Court. This is Phase I of Thaynes Canyon and will allow for lots to remove property lines behind backlots without a change in setbacks.
Claim Jumper Court Plat Staff Report
Claim Jumper Court Ordinance and Exhibits
- Ordinance 2019-20, approving an extension of the April 5, 2018 approval of the Prospect Place plat amendment located at 86 Prospect Avenue. This is to help resolve a property line issue.
Prospect Place Plat Staff Report and Ordinance
Prospect Place Plat Exhibits
- Ordinance 2019-21, approving the 84 Daly plat amendment located at 84 Daly Avenue, Park City, Utah. This is to help resolve a property line issue.
84 Daly Plat Staff Report and Ordinance
84 Daly Plat Exhibits
- Ordinance 2019-22, approving the Woodside Park Subdivision, Phase I Condominiums, located at 1333 Park Avenue, 1343 Park Avenue, 1353 Park Avenue, 1330 Woodside Avenue, and 1350 Woodside Avenue, Park City, Utah. This ordinance will allow the City to sell affordable housing condos individually to qualified buyers.
Woodside Park Condominiums Staff Report and Ordinance
Woodside Park Condominiums Exhibits
- Ordinance 2019-23, approving the Marsac Parking Structure Subdivision plat - second amended, located at 460 Swede Alley, Park City Utah. This will allow for KPCW to expand their lot.
Marsac Swede Parking Structure Staff Report and Ordinance
Park Structure Exhibits
- Ordinance 2019-24, approving the Marsac-Swede Condominiums - first amended, located at 460 Swede Alley, Park City, Utah. This will allow for KPCW to expand their lot.
Marsac Swede Condo Staff Report and Ordinance
Marsac Swede Condo Exhibits
- The 424 Woodside Avenue Appeal of the Historic Preservation Board determination. The applicant for the project appealed the denial of a Material Deconstruction of a portion of the roof on the west side of the historic structure. The appeal was granted by City Council and will allow the homeowner to build an addition that will be reviewed under the Historic District Design Review process, so long as it meets all building and planning codes and requirements.
424 Woodside Avenue Staff Report
Exhibit 1: Appellant's Submitted Appeal and Exhibits
Exhibit 3: February 6, 2019 Notice of Final Action
PARK CITY HOUSING AUTHORITY MEETING
Housing Authority approved the following new business item:
- A request from Intermountain Healthcare (IHC) and Physician Holdings to fulfill its affordable housing obligations, which includes 22 total units (12 at 1440 Empire Avenue and 10 at Rail Central). This is a request to have deed restrictions on existing rental units applied to their affordable housing obligation.
Housing Authority Staff Report
Attachment A: IHC Physician Holdings Memo
Attachment B: Affordable Housing Mitigation Plan for Medical Campus 1st Amended
Attachment C: Deed Restriction Template
Attachment D: 1440 Empire Appeal
Attachment E: 1440 Empire Floor Plans
Attachment F: Centura Parking Plan and MPD Staff Report
Attachment G: Rail Central Level 2 Floor Plan
PARK CITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY MEETING
The Redevelopment Agency approved the following new business item:
- A Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) Agreement in a Form Approved by the City Attorney’s Office with Ascent Construction, Inc., in the amount not to exceed $12,000. This is for the Woodside, Phase II housing project.
Woodside Park Phase II Construction Manager At Risk Staff Report
Exhibit A: Ascent Construction Proposal
Exhibit B: CMAR Agreement - Ascent Construction
UPCOMING CITY MEETINGS
- Planning Commission: 4/24, 5:30 p.m. at City Hall
- City Council: 5/2, 6:00 p.m. at City Hall
- Planning Commission: 5/8, 5:30 p.m. at City Hall
- City Council: 5/16, 6:00 p.m. at City Hall
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