Park City Council Meeting Summary November 21, 2019
SUMMARY of NOVEMBER 21 CITY COUNCIL MEETING
Park City Vision 2020 Update
Future iQ provided a project update. The visioning survey remains open through December 31, 2019, with over 800 responses to date. Visit the data visualization link for results or to take survey. Six stakeholder focus groups were hosted during the week of November 18. Over 200 people attended the Park City Future Summit on Wednesday, November 20, at the Santy Auditorium. Next steps include comprehensive data analysis which will contribute to the Park City Vision 2020 Plan, and be shared with Council in early 2020.
Vision 2020 Staff Report
Leasing City-Owned Property at Quinn’s Junction to Mountain Trails and Summit Land Conservancy
Staff shared updated floor plans, which would serve as a permanent headquarters for both organizations, with additional community benefits and amenities.
Lease Property at Quinn's Junction MTF/SLC Staff Report
Exhibit A: MTF/SLC Proposal
Exhibit B: Concept Design, Site and Floor Plans
Exhibit C: Response to Council Questions
Exhibit D: Draft Term Sheet and Construction Agreement
Exhibit E: Overview of Community Benefit
Exhibit F: Deed Restrictions
AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
Council adopted Resolution 23-2019, acknowledging Val Chin and Shirley Smith for their dedication and contributions to the long standing student exchange program to China – with their first exchange in 1993 – providing students (from both Park City and China) with the opportunity to experience a new culture.
Val Chin & Shirley Smith Staff Report and Resolution
COMMUNICATIONS AND DISCLOSURES
Council was introduced to John Robertson, the new City Engineer. John joins Park City after working as a professional engineer in California for the last 25 years, serving as the City Engineer in Reedley, CA for the last five years. John brings a wealth of knowledge in the areas of general civil engineering services, transportation/traffic, roadway design, planning, construction, and other municipal maintenance infrastructure projects.
Historic District Grant Program
Staff gave a written update on the current status of the Historic District grant program, including what has been implemented since 2015, as well as what the future plans for the program.
Historic District Grant Program Staff Report
Exhibit A: Duval Companies Study
Exhibit B: Draft Timeline
Exhibit C: Definitions
Exhibit D: RDA Maps
Exhibit E: Past Meetings List with Staff Reports and Minutes
Historic Preservation Quarterly Update
Staff gave a written quarterly update about historic preservation projects, which aim to preserve Park City’s local history, architecture, and unique character.
Historic Preservation Quarterly Update Staff Report
Community Development Process Improvements
Staff updated Council on process and service improvements, specifically in the areas of inspections and permits applications. Per Council’s request, staff has undertaken various customer service initiatives to improve the permitting experience of property owners, applicants, contractors, and to increase staff productivity. Improvements include deferred submittal flexibility, increased access to on-call inspectors, releasing hot tub permit requirements, fee calculators, and more.
Community Development Process Improvements Staff Report
City Council Meeting Closed Captioning Service
Closed captioning services for City Council meetings were implemented in January 2019 for a one year pilot program. Council requested public feedback on the service to gauge its effectiveness and use. After not receiving any feedback, the service will be discontinued.
Closed Captioning Staff Report
Council approved the following items on the consent agenda:
- Resolution 24-2019, declaring November 30, 2019, as “Small Business Saturday” in Park City.
Small Business Saturday Staff Report
Small Business Saturday Resolution
- Purchase of three Cutaway Transit V10 gas vans for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) transportation and Dial-a-Ride for $76,755.00. Federal transportation dollars assisted with this purchase.
2019 Cutaway Transit Staff Report
- An addendum with Pure Technologies for leak detection services for an additional $110,000 and a total not to exceed of $251,500.80.
Leak Detection Contract Staff Report
- A Professional Services Agreement with Avail Technologies Incorporated for $111,855.00 annually, for Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) on-call support and maintenance for the City-owned Avail Technologies Transit Package.
Avail Technologies Contract Staff Report
Exhibit A: Avail Technologies Service Contract
- The first addendum to the contract with Cascadia Partners for $6,100.00 for additional consulting services as it relates to affordable housing projects. Cascadia will assist with financial analysis for land management.
Cascadia Partners Addendum Staff Report
Exhibit A: Cascadia Partners Service Agreement
Exhibit B: Cascadia Partners First Addendum
- An addendum to the contract with Moreton & Company Insurance Services Co., for a one-year extension for insurance placement broker services for $106,548.00.
Insurance Brokerage Contract Staff Report
Exhibit A: Moreton First Addendum to PSA
Exhibit B: Moreton Agreement 2017
Exhibit C: 2017 Moreton Staff Report
- A Real Estate Purchase Contract with David Berg for the Ironwood EHU Condominium for $725,000. These funds will be used for future community housing projects.
Ironwood EHU Disposition Staff Report
Exhibit A: Ironwood EHU REPC
Council approved the following old business items:
- Amendment no. 6 with Alder Construction Company for the 3KWTP construction for $77,500,000.00. Park City’s new water treatment plant is a project that has been ten years in the making. The new plant will meet UPDES permits, increase City water supply resiliency, and improve future water quality and reliability.
3KWTP Construction Services Amendment No. 6 Staff Report
- Ordinance 2019-55, amending Title 4, Chapter 1 Definitions and Chapter 8 For-Hire Vehicles in Park City’s Municipal Code to facilitate licensing amendments; and Title 9, Chapter 5 Resident Permit Parking, to facilitate the creation of drop, load, and staging (DLS) permits. DLS zones will be placed along Main Street.
For-Hire Ground Transportation License and Drop Load Staging Staff Report
Exhibit A: Licensing and Drop, Load and Staging Permit Ordinance
Exhibit B: Title 4-8 For Hire Ground Transportation Redlines
Exhibit C: Title 9 Parking Code Redline
Exhibit D: Drop and Load and Staging Zones and Cost Analysis
Exhibit E: Background
- Resolution 25-2019, amending the Fee Schedule regarding For-Hire Ground Transportation and Drop, Load, and Staging (DLS) Parking Permits.
Enforcement and Fee Schedule Amendment Staff Report
Exhibit A: Public Safety Enforcement Options and Parking Inventory Costs
Exhibit B: Redlined Fee Schedule Resolution
Council approved the following new business items:
- An agreement with Mercer for employee compensation evaluation services for $130,000.00 per staff recommendation. This evaluation is in response to recent organizational challenges in the organization regarding employee recruitment and retention.
Employee Compensation Evaluation Services Staff Report
Exhibit A: Challenging Recruitments Analysis
Exhibit B: Scope of Work
- Ordinance 2019-56, approving the King's Crown Condominiums plat, located at 1271 Lowell Avenue in Park City.
Kings Crown Condominium Plat Staff Report and Ordinance
Exhibit A: Proposed Kings Crown Condominium Plat
Exhibit B: Updated Applicants Project Description
Exhibit C: Survey
Exhibit D: Aerial Photograph
Exhibit E: Site Photographs
Exhibit F: Kings Crown Resubdivision Plat (recorded)
Exhibit G: Proposed Kings Crown Resubdivision First Amended Plat
- A Renewable Energy Service Contract with Rocky Mountain Power to fund a large solar farm in 2022, in conjunction with five partners, and will help the City move forward with its 2030 energy goals.
Renewable Energy Service Contract Staff Report
Exhibit A: PacifiCorp Public Entity Renewable Energy Service Contract
- A Conditional Use Permit for a private driveway in a public right-of-way for 901 Woodside Avenue.
901 Woodside Avenue Staff Report
PARK CITY HOUSING AUTHORITY MEETING
Park City Housing Authority approved the following new business items:
- The National Ability Center Affordable Housing Agreement asked for a 50% reduction in affordable housing requirements and a reduction of the minimum lease term to 90 days, in an effort to better serve their operational needs.
National Ability Center Housing Mitigation Plan Staff Report
Exhibit A: National Ability Center Housing Statement
Exhibit B: National Ability Center Housing Mitigation Plan
- The second amendment to the Kings Crown Affordable Housing Mitigation Plan, allowing the conversion of an already approved affordable unit to a market-rate unit in a market-rate building.
Kings Crown Amended Housing Mitigation Plan Staff Report
Exhibit A: Draft Kings Crown Mitigation Plan Amendment
Exhibit B: Kings Crown Site Plan
Exhibit C: Building B floor plan
UPCOMING CITY MEETINGS
- City Council: 12/5, 6:00 p.m. at City Hall
- Board of Adjustment: 12/10, 5:00 p.m. at City Hall
- Planning Commission: 12/11, 5:30 p.m. at City Hall
- City Council: 12/19, 6:00 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.