Council Packet 20131112

Council Packet 20131112
655 West Center Street
Midvale, UT 84047
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MIDVALE CITY COUNCIL MEETING
AGENDA
November 12, 2013
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Midvale City Council will hold a regular meeting on the
12th day of November, 2013 at Midvale City Hall, 655 West Center Street, Midvale, Utah as follows:
6:30 PM
INFORMATIONAL ITEMS
I.
DEPARTMENT REPORTS
II.
CITY MANAGER BUSINESS
7:00 PM
REGULAR MEETING
III.
IV.
GENERAL BUSINESS
A.
WELCOME AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
B.
ROLL CALL
PUBLIC COMMENTS
Any person wishing to comment on any item not otherwise on the Agenda may address the City
Council at this point by stepping to the microphone and giving his or her name for the record.
Comments should be limited to not more than three (3) minutes, unless additional time is authorized
by the Governing Body. Citizen groups will be asked to appoint a spokesperson. This is the time and
place for any person who wishes to comment on non-hearing, non-Agenda items. Items brought
forward to the attention of the City Council will be turned over to staff to provide a response outside
of the City Council meeting.
V.
VI.
COUNCIL REPORTS
A.
Council Member Wayne Sharp
B.
Council Member Colleen Costello
C.
Council Member Paul Glover
D.
Council Member Paul Hunt
E.
Council Member Robert Hale
MAYOR REPORT
City Council Meeting
November 12, 2013
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A.
VII.
Mayor JoAnn B. Seghini
CONSENT AGENDA
A.
Approve Minutes of October 22, 2013 [ Rori Andreason, H.R. Director/City Recorder ]
B.
Set date and time (November 19, 2013 at 7:00 p.m.) for a public hearing to consider a
request to amend the general plan from parks and open space to medium density residential
and rezone approximately 12.3 acres from SF-1 with agricultural overlay to RM-12 (Multi
Family Residential) located at approximately 380 East between 7800 South and 8000 South [
Matt Hilderman, Associate Planner ]
VIII. ACTION ITEMS
IX.
X.
A.
Consider Resolution No. 2013-R-55 Appointing Lisa Schwartz as the Emergency Response
Planner/Coordinator [ Laurie Harvey, Asst. City Manager/Admin Services Director ]
B.
Approve Resolution No. 2013-R-56 Authorizing the purchase of a Closed Circuit TV Truck [
Ken Vance, Public Works Director ]
C.
Approve Resolution No. 2013-R-57 Appointing Members to the Audit Committee of
Midvale City [ Laurie Harvey, Asst. City Manager/Admin Services Director ]
DISCUSSION ITEMS
A.
Discuss a request to amend the general plan from parks and open space to medium density
residential and rezone approximately 12.3 acres from SF-1 with agricultural overlay to RM12 (Multi Family Residential) located at approximately 380 East between 7800 South and
8000 South [ Matt Hilderman, Associate Planner ]
B.
Discuss holding a strategic planning retreat [ Laurie Harvey, Asst. City Manager/Admin
Services Director ]
ADJOURN
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Midvale City will make reasonable accommodations for
participation in the meeting. Request assistance by contacting the City Recorder at 801-567-7207, providing at
least three working days advance notice of the meeting. TTY 711
Council Members may participate in the meeting via electronic communications. Council Members’ participation
via electronic communication will be broadcast and amplified so other Council Members and all other persons
present in the Council Chambers will be able to hear or see the communication.
A copy of the foregoing notice was posted in conspicuous view of the front foyer of the Midvale City Hall, Midvale,
Utah. Copies of this notice were provided for the news media via electronic email and/or sent by facsimile to the Salt
Lake Tribune and Deseret News. A copy of the agenda was posted on Midvale City’s website at www.midvalecity.org
and the state public notice website at http://pmn.utah.gov.
PLEASE MAKE SURE ALL CELL PHONES ARE TURNED OFF OR ON VIBRATE
DURING THE MEETING.
DATE POSTED: NOVEMBER 8, 2013.
RORI L. ANDREASON, MMC
H.R. DIRECTOR/CITY RECORDER
Midvale City
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
Minutes
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Council Chambers
655 West Center Street
Midvale, Utah 84047
MAYOR:
JoAnn Seghini
COUNCIL MEMBERS:
Council Member Wayne Sharp
Council Member Colleen Costello
Council Member Robert Hale
Council Member Paul Glover
Council Member Paul Hunt
STAFF:
Kane Loader, City Manager; Phillip Hill, Assistant City Manager/Community and
Economic Development Director; Laurie Harvey, Assistant City Manager/Admin.
Services Director; Rori Andreason, H.R. Director/City Recorder; Craig Hall, City
Attorney; Ken Vance, Public Works Director; Tony Mason, UPD Midvale Precinct
Deputy Chief; Brad Larson, UFA; Danny Walz, RDA Director; and Jarin Blackham, IT
Manager.
Mayor Seghini called the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m.
I.
INFORMATIONAL ITEMS
A.
DEPARTMENT REPORTS
Chief Mason reported that the UPD is cleaning up Main Street. The business owners located on Main
Street are pleased, and it seems to be working well. He updated the Council on a new shift being
implemented to work on Midvale issues, which will begin January 1st. He updated the Council on
other police incidents and concerns.
Council Member Wayne Sharp asked about implementing a reward program for reporting crime. He
asked that it be looked into at budget time.
Council Member Paul Glover asked for an update on graffiti issues. Chief Mason said they are trying
to narrow it down to who the graffiti artists are. Council Member Glover asked about installing a
camera to those areas that are repeatedly getting tagged with graffiti. Chief Mason said he would
continue to explore the camera situation and look at funds to support it at budget time.
Council Member Colleen Costello commented on people who are pan handling at the on and off ramps
at the freeway and at the Family Center. Chief Mason said they are watching them; however they
cannot do anything until they do something illegal.
Laurie Harvey reported on the progress of the audit. She said it is scheduled for December 10th
Council meeting. Mont Millerberg has expressed interest to serve on the audit committee. She
requested he be appointed by resolution on November 12th and the Council agreed. She said Aaron
Hixon, Auditor, will be reporting to the Council on the June audit within the next month. She
suggested inviting members of the current audit committee and recognize them for their service. She
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informed the Council that Rich Edvalson, IT Network Administrator, has left for other employment.
She said it is hard to keep good employees. He was sad to leave and offered to help with whatever
needs we have in the future. That position is being moved to a Systems Administrator position which
will be advertised. She said Jarin will have more time to spend on IT issues once the Emergency
Response Planner/Coordinator is hired. He does most of the network administration and Rich did the
systems administration. A new employee Kenny Stephens was hired from Eagle Mountain for the
Utility Clerk position. He has 3.5 years with other cities; he speaks fluent Spanish; and has already
jumped in and is extremely busy.
Phillip Hill reported on the RFQ for the Performing Arts Center Study. A selection committee will
review the RFQ’s to select the top three architects and then interviews will be conducted. He asked
Council Member Paul Hunt to be on the committee, which he agreed. Mr. Hill previewed a flier that
Black & McDonald are distributing regarding the installation of the street lights. They are meeting
individually with every property owner that will be affected to let them know what they plan on doing.
He discussed street lighting claims for damaged or destroyed street lights in which Craig Hall will be
handling these claims in the legal office. He said he is working on a bill board sign that will be used for
advertising City events. He also reported that UDOT will be supplying paint to cover the graffiti on the
State Street bridge.
Ken Vance reviewed the changes to Martin Walsh property at 7073 Greensborough Road regarding
two pumps. Mr. Walsh was very pleased. Ralph stocking's group performed the work for this. He
reviewed the bulky waste program. He said the City needs to define what is being picked up including
hazardous materials. He said he would meet with Ace Disposal as to what can be done in the future.
He suggested educating the residents through a newsletter.
Council Member Robert Hale said his neighbor had a stump and plywood that was not picked up. Ken
Vance said it may have weighed over 75 pounds in which case Ace Disposal will not pick it up. The
leaf program is in full force and will be picked up on November 4th and November 18th. He reviewed
the auction values for vehicles to be declared surplus. Council Member Colleen Costello said several
people have commented about the painted curb for fire hydrants and are very pleased. She said her
neighbors are very excited for the bulky waste and the leaf bag programs.
Rori Andreason reported that the next meeting is scheduled for November 12th due to the election.
Craig Hall reported on a meeting held with the court and police department to work through concerns
to make sure justice is done when crimes are committed.
B. CITY MANAGER’S REPORT
Kane Loader invited city council to attend upcoming utopia meeting.
Mayor Seghini opened the regular meeting at 7:40 p.m.
II.
REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING
III.
GENERAL BUSINESS
A. Welcome and Pledge of Allegiance
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B. Roll Call – Council Members Colleen Costello, Paul Glover, Robert Hale, Paul Hunt and
Wayne Sharp were present at roll call.
C. Proclamation Recognizing Candy Tippetts - Mayor Seghini presented Candy Tippetts
with a proclamation recognizing her dedication and service to the community.
D. Proclamation Recognizing Caesar Boswell - Mayor Seghini presented Caesar Boswell
with a proclamation recognizing his dedication and service to the community.
IV.
PUBLIC COMMENTS
Cody Peters with Highland Gardens said that he would like flower sales as an itinerant merchant in the
city. They sell flowers for Mother’s day and during the month of May. He has worked with several
other cities and the residents love to see the flower stands. He said that this would be one of 13
locations in Utah. Phillip hill said this would require a text amendment to the Municipal Code. He
said he would follow-up on this request.
Shirleen Stove from Applewood Park said she had previously visited with the Council in august
regarding their rate increase. She said they are now an organized HOA that is certified and registered
with State of Utah. Of the 56 units, they now have 43 that have enrolled in the HOA. In the 19 years
she has lived there, there has never been such a large rent pad increase. Residents are concerned about
what the new owner has planned. She said recent increase is 52%, which is unprecedented. They are a
senior citizen park with low incomes and unsubsidized incomes. She said a few residents have been
forced into bankruptcy. She said she had contacted House Representative Tim Cosgrove who was
shocked and willing to work with them to try and get some legislation to try and control this. She said
that she will keep the city informed as to what is happening.
V.
COUNCIL REPORTS
A.
Council Member Robert Hale - had nothing to report
B.
Council Member Wayne Sharp – said he was informed that sometimes the Council
cannot be heard in the audience and asked that everyone please speak loudly into the microphones. He
complimented the Unified Police and Fire Department for their continued service even with the
transition. He has been talking with people in the community and he has had no complaints about the
UPD and UFA. He also wanted to thank the Mayor for keeping control of the City Council Meetings.
He reviewed a report from the Mosquito Abatement District showing the effects of the West Nile
Virus.
C.
Council Member Colleen Costello – reported that the senior citizens are looking for
groups to serve their Thanksgiving meal. She also said the new senior citizens director would like to
come to a meeting to introduce himself in November.
D.
Council Member Paul Glover - had nothing to report
E.
Council Member Paul Hunt – reported that he agreed with Wayne Sharp on the
comments regarding the excellent service of UFA and UPD. He also said his neighbors love the bulky
waste program.
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VI.
MAYOR REPORT
Mayor JoAnn B. Seghini - Mayor JoAnn Seghini reminded everyone of the Veterans Memorial
Service on November 11th at 11:00 at the City Park and move to the Senior Center for a free pancake
and egg breakfast supplied by the Midvale Stake. Kevin Condra and Keith Jensen with the Health
Department reported that in there department newsletter it stated that the Midvale City residents were
number one in the state for getting physical activity. He said that infrastructures such as parks and
trails play a huge part in that. Council Member Robert Hale commented that a pump station located at
10th East bottom of hill by South Union Ave would be a good place to serve as an exercise park.
Beth from Congressman Matheson's office updated the Council on the Federal Government shutdown.
She brought a list of federal services indicated that what happens to those services then the government
shuts down. She said Congress is technically in session but they are only looking at budget bills. She
said it was really too early to tell what might happen.
MOTION:
Council Member Robert Hale MOVED to open a public hearing. Council Member
Colleen Costello SECONDED the motion. Mayor Seghini called for discussion on
the motion. There being none, she called for a vote. The motion passed
unanimously.
VII.
PUBLIC HEARING
A.
CONSIDER AMENDMENTS TO THE FY 2014 BUDGETS
Laurie Harvey discussed the following proposed amendments to the FY 2014 Budgets for the
following funds:
• General Fund
o Authorize and fund Emergency Manager 3/4 time position
o Fund additional crossing guards for Midvale Elementary
o Transfer funds to Capital Improvement Projects fund (CIP) for capital projects
o Transfer funds from CIP for police training expenditures
o Increase budget for bank fees
o Recognize revenue from Utah Local Governments Trust dividend (would like to use
$2,000 to purchase jackets for the employees to show appreciation)
o Authorize grant to Homeless Services Fund (35 cents per resident)
o Adjust CDBG grant estimate to contracted amount
o Transfer funds to MBA for City Hall construction
•
Capital Improvement Projects Fund
o Purchase FOE property
o Holden Street improvements
o Transfer funds to General Fund for police training expenditures
•
Public Utilities Fund
o Increase estimated revenue from water connection fees
o Transfer funds to MBA for new City Hall water line infrastructure
•
Storm Water Utility Fund
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o Transfer funds to MBA for new City Hall storm water infrastructure
•
Fleet Fund
o Increase estimated revenue from surplus vehicle sales
o Adjust estimated cost of Sewer camera truck
FISCAL IMPACT:
General Fund – Increase “contribution from fund balance” – effectively reducing fund balance by
$287,300
Capital Improvement Projects – No net increase in city-wide expenditures (funds transferred in from
General Fund)
Public Utilities Fund – No net increase in city-wide expenditures
Storm Water Utility Fund – Increase “contribution from retained earnings” – effectively reducing
retained earnings by $46,200
Fleet Fund – No net increase in city-wide expenditures
Ms. Harvey also discussed moving the $300,000 moved to the CIP fund for the park project be moved
back to the Municipal Building Authority so it can be tracked.
Mayor Seghini opened the public hearing to public comment. There was no one present who desired
to speak.
MOTION:
Council Member Colleen Costello MOVED to close the public hearing. Council
Member Paul Hunt SECONDED the motion. Mayor Seghini called for discussion
on the motion. There being none, she called for a vote. The motion passed
unanimously.
ACTION:
MOTION:
APPROVE RESOLUTION NO. 2013-R-49 AMENDING THE BUDGETS
OF THE GENERAL FUND, CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
FUND, PUBLIC UTILITIES FUND, STORM WATER UTILITY FUND,
AND FLEET FUND FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2014
Council Member Paul Hunt MOVED to that we approve Resolution No. 2013-R-49
amending the budgets of the General Fund, Capital Improvement Projects Fund,
Public Utilities Fund, Storm Water Utility Fund, and Fleet Fund for the fiscal year
ending June 30, 2014 as amended. Council Member Robert Hale SECONDED the
motion. Mayor Seghini called for discussion on the motion. There being none, she
called for a roll call vote. The voting was as follows:
Council Member Wayne Sharp
Aye
Council Member Colleen Costello Aye
Council Member Robert Hale
Aye
Council Member Paul Glover
Aye
Council Member Paul Hunt
Aye
The motion passed unanimously.
VIII. CONSENT AGENDA
A.
APPROVE MINUTES OF OCTOBER 1ST AND 8, 2013
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B.
APPROVE RESOLUTION NO. 2013-R-50 AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO
ENTER
INTO
AN
AGREEMENT
WITH
NATIONAL
INTERGOVERNMENTAL
PURCHASING
ALLIANCE
(NIPA)
FOR
COOPERATIVE PURCHASE PURPOSES
C.
APPROVE RESOLUTION NO. 2013-R-51 APPROVING THE
WORKERS FOR THE 2013 MUNICIPAL GENERAL ELECTION
MOTION:
POLL
Council Member Wayne Sharp MOVED to approve the Consent Agenda. Council
Member Paul Glover SECONDED the motion. Mayor Seghini called for
discussion on the motion. There being none, she called for a roll call vote. The
voting was as follows:
Council Member Colleen Costello Aye
Council Member Paul Glover
Aye
Council Member Paul Hunt
Aye
Council Member Robert Hale
Aye
Council Member Wayne Sharp
Aye
The motion passed unanimously.
IX:
ACTION ITEMS
A.
APPROVE RESOLUTION NO. 2013-R-52 AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO
ENTER INTO AN INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT WITH VECC
Kane Loader stated that in 2012 a study was commissioned by the State Legislature on emergency
dispatch services in Salt Lake County. The study looked at the number of PSAP’s (Public Safety
Answering Points) in the county and made recommendations on what would be the most cost effective
way to handle Public Safety dispatching. The study also considered redundancy and disaster conditions
to assure that these services could continue during a county-wide emergency.
The study and its finding were presented to COG along with the recommendation that there was a need
for two primary dispatch centers in Salt Lake County. One being Salt Lake City’s new dispatch center
being built as part of the Public Safety Complex and the second being the Valley Emergency
Communications Center (VECC) located in West Valley City. It was further recommended that
UPD/Sherriff’s Dispatch be merged with VECC and that they also become a member entity of that
organization.
Over the past several months and in conjunction with COG the VECC Board of Trustees had a new
Amended and Restated Interlocal Agreement drafted. This agreement incorporates the
recommendations of the 911 Study and brings the Unified Fire Authority and Unified Police
Department in as member entities of VECC. We have worked with the member agencies and their
respective attorneys on the language of the new agreement.
The agreement was unanimously approved by the VECC Board of Trustees in their meeting on
September 25th and has been presented to COG in their meeting on October 5th. The next step is for
all of the member agencies to approve and sign the interlocal and we are requesting that to be done by
December 1, 2013.
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Mayor Seghini complimented and congratulated Kane for his accomplishment.
MOTION:
Council Member Colleen Costello MOVED that we approve Resolution No. 2013R-52 authorizing the Mayor to enter into an Interlocal Agreement with VECC.
Council Member Robert Hale SECONDED the motion. Mayor Seghini called for
discussion on the motion. There being none, she called for a roll call vote. The
voting was as follows:
Council Member Paul Glover
Aye
Council Member Paul Hunt
Aye
Council Member Robert Hale
Aye
Council Member Wayne Sharp
Aye
Council Member Colleen Costello Aye
The motion passed unanimously.
B.
APPROVE RESOLUTION NO. 2013-R-53 AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO
ENTER INTO AN INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT WITH SALT LAKE COUNTY
FOR THE HOMELESS FUND PROGRAM
Kane Loader stated authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement to fund the Homeless Services
Program in Salt Lake County. COGG will make recommendations of funds. He stated that the impact
on the city would be .35 cents per resident, $10,000 per budget year. It will be authorized by budget
every year. This agreement can be terminated with a 30 day notice. Kane recommended the City
Council to approve Resolution No. 2013-R-53 authorizing the Mayor to enter an Interlocal agreement
with Salt Lake County for the Homeless Fund Program.
MOTION:
Council Member Paul Glover MOVED that we approve Resolution No. 2013-R-53
authorizing the Mayor to enter into an Interlocal agreement with Salt Lake
County for the Homeless Fund Program. Council Member Colleen Costello
SECONDED the motion. Mayor Seghini called for discussion on the motion.
There being none, she called for a roll call vote. The voting was as follows:
Council Member Paul Hunt
Aye
Council Member Robert Hale
Aye
Council Member Wayne Sharp
Aye
Council Member Colleen Costello Aye
Council Member Paul Glover
Aye
The motion passed unanimously.
C.
APPROVE ORDINANCE NO. 2013-O-12 DEFINING SELECTION CRITERIA
FOR THE LOWEST RESPONSIVE RESPONSIBLE BIDDER
Kane Loader stated that the requirements for this would be a drug and alcohol policy, to hire veterans,
to have an on the job training program and an active safety program. He recommended putting this in
the budget requirements for bidding and approving Ordinance No. 2013-O-12 defining selection
criteria for the lowest responsive responsible bidder.
MOTION:
Council Member Colleen Costello MOVED that we adopt Ordinance No. 2013-O12 defining selection criteria for the lowest responsive responsible bidder. Council
Member Paul Glover SECONDED the motion. Mayor Seghini called for
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discussion on the motion. There being none, she called for a roll call vote. The
voting was as follows:
Council Member Robert Hale
Aye
Council Member Wayne Sharp
Aye
Council Member Colleen Costello Aye
Council Member Paul Glover
Aye
Council Member Paul Hunt
Aye
The motion passed unanimously.
D.
APPROVE RESOLUTION NO. 2013-R-54 TO DECLARE SURPLUS
PROPERTY
Ken Vance stated that it is our goal to utilize our vehicles to their fullest. It is our goal to utilize our
vehicles and equipment to the upmost. Vehicles and equipment that are not being utilized or are idle
need to be declared surplus and in order for the City to take advantage of their value in the market.
Also, to surplus replacement units that are being replaced.
City ordinance requires that the Council declare any property, equipment, vehicles, etc. surplus before
disposal. He recommended that the council approve Resolution No. 2013-R-54 to Declare Surplus
Property.
MOTION:
Council Member Paul Hunt MOVED that we approve Resolution 2013-R-54 to
declare surplus property. Council Member Robert Hale SECONDED the motion.
Mayor Seghini called for discussion on the motion. There being none, she called
for a roll call vote. The voting was as follows:
Council Member Wayne Sharp
Aye
Council Member Colleen Costello Aye
Council Member Paul Glover
Aye
Council Member Paul Hunt
Aye
Council Member Robert Hale
Aye
The motion passed unanimously.
X.
DISCUSSION ITEMS
A.
DISCUSS PDA SURPLUS POLICY
Jarin Blackham discussed giving employees an option to purchase their I-pads for $200.00 at the end
of their three year life. If the employee chooses not to buy the I-pad, then it would be added to surplus
property and disposed of appropriately.
XI.
CLOSED SESSION TO DISCUSS THE PURCHASE OF REAL PROPERTY
MAYOR:
JoAnn Seghini
COUNCIL MEMBERS:
Council Member Wayne Sharp
Council Member Colleen Costello
Council Member Robert Hale
Council Member Paul Glover
Council Member Paul Hunt
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STAFF:
MOTION:
Kane Loader, City Manager; Phillip Hill, Assistant City Manager/Community and
Economic Development Director; Laurie Harvey, Assistant City Manager/Admin.
Services Director; Rori Andreason, H.R. Director/City Recorder; Craig Hall, City
Attorney; Ken Vance, Public Works Director; Danny Walz, RDA Director; and Jarin
Blackham, IT Manager.
Council Member Wayne Sharp MOVED to go into a closed session to discuss the
purchase of real property. Council Member Robert Hale SECONDED the motion.
Mayor Seghini called for discussion on the motion. There being none, she called
for a roll call vote. The voting was as follows:
Council Member Wayne Sharp
Aye
Council Member Colleen Costello Aye
Council Member Paul Glover
Aye
Council Member Paul Hunt
Aye
Council Member Robert Hale
Aye
The motion passed unanimously.
The Council went into closed session at 8:22 p.m.
MOTION:
Councilmember Wayne Sharp MOVED to reconvene into open session.
Councilmember Paul Glover SECONDED the motion. Mayor Seghini called for
discussion on the motion. There being none, she called for a vote. The motion
passed unanimously.
The Council reconvened into open session at 8:46 p.m.
XII.
ADJOURN
MOTION:
Council Member Wayne Sharp MOVED to adjourn the meeting. Council Member
Paul Hunt SECONDED the motion. Mayor Seghini called for discussion on the
motion. There being none, she called for a vote. The motion passed unanimously.
Mayor Seghini adjourned the regular meeting at approximately 8:46 p.m.
Rori L. Andreason, MMC
CITY RECORDER
Approved this 12th day of November 2013.
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MIDVALE CITY COUNCIL SUMMARY REPORT
Meeting Date: November 12, 2013
SUBJECT:
Set Public Hearing and Discussion on a General Plan amendment request from Parks & Open Space/Low
Density Residential to Medium Density Residential land use designation and a rezone request from
Single-Family Residential with an Agricultural Overlay (SF1-AO) to Multifamily Residential-Medium
Density Zone (RM-12) at 380 East between 7800 South and 8000 South.
SUBMITTED BY:
Matt Hilderman, Associate City Planner
SUMMARY:
This General Plan amendment and rezone proposal is being requested in order to propose a Multi-family
townhome development. This property is approximately 12.3 acres in size and includes one single-family
residence, several accessory structures, and cultivation of land. The remainder of the property is vacant,
raw ground. The property has two locations for access, one from 7800 South and the second from 8000
South, both confirmed with recorded warranty deeds identifying a 50-foot easement for construction of a
roadway. This proposal will require an amendment to the General Plan Proposed Land Use Map from
parks/open space and low density residential to a medium density residential land use designation and a
rezone from SF1-AO to RM-12 of the entire property.
The applicant, Brad Reynolds, has proposed a residential development plan that includes approximately
35 single- and two-story buildings with basement living area, totaling a maximum build out of 107 units.
The plan also includes a small park, pavilion, and playground area. Further discussion with the applicant
indicated the park will also provide aesthetic features such as farm tractors, that will help continue the
heritage of the Woodard Farm. The applicant is proposing an entry feature along 7800 South and an
additional entrance along 8000 South, providing a critical neighborhood transportation and circulation
element creating a connection between an existing collector road and local neighborhood streets. A copy
of the proposed site plan, building elevations, and 3-D renderings are attached.
In order for this development to proceed as proposed, the following approvals are required from the City:
1. An amendment to the General Plan Proposed Land Use Map for the entire property from a
parks/open space and low density residential use to a medium density residential land use.
2. A rezone of the entire property from SF1-AO to RM-12.
3. A conditional use permit for the Multi-family use.
4. A site plan and subdivision plat approval for the proposed multifamily development.
5. A Development Agreement prior to final site plan approval.
General Plan Amendment and Rezone
The entire property is approximately 12.3 acres in size. This area is currently designated as parks/open
space on the General Plan Proposed Land Use Map and is part of the SF1-AO zone district. The applicant
is requesting this amendment to create an effective transition from high density residential to the West,
medium density on the proposed parcel of property, and low density residential to the East and rezoned to
reflect the General Plan Proposed Land Use map. The property includes an existing multi-family
residential development to the west and existing single-family residential development to the north, south,
and east. Copies of the current Zoning Map and General Plan Proposed Land Use Map are attached.
Under Section 17-3-1 of the Zoning Ordinance, the Planning Commission may recommend, and the City
Council may grant, a rezoning application if it determines the rezoning is consistent with the goals and
policies of the Midvale City General Plan, and the following:
1. The proposed rezoning is necessary either to comply with the Midvale City General Plan
Proposed Land Use Map, or to provide land for a community need that was not anticipated at
the time of the adoption of the Midvale City General Plan;
2. Existing zoning was either the result of a clerical error or a mistake of fact, or that it failed to
take into account the constraints on development created by natural characteristics of the
land, including but not limited to steep slopes, floodplain, unstable soils, and inadequate
drainage; or
3. Land surrounding environs has changed or is changing to such a degree that it is in the public
interest to encourage redevelopment of the area or to recognize the changed character of the
area.
This property has been under single ownership for over four decades with minimal improvements existing
on the property. There have been numerous discussions and ‘hear-say’ to develop a medium- to highdensity residential project on this property with no further action. Discussion with the applicant and the
original property owner’s next of kin, Eric and Mark Woodard, determined the original property owner
wanted to preserve his agricultural property and protect from further development. The City has not
proposed any development plans for this area based upon the original property owner’s stance to keep this
property undeveloped. The applicant believes they have found a viable use for the property that will
provide a needed service to the community, provide the continuation of an orderly development pattern,
fit into the community with few impacts, and be an enhancement to the area. The frontages along 7800
South and 8000 South will provide the appropriate residential accesses into the property without
impacting the surrounding residential uses. This request allows residential in-fill development
opportunities of an area that could otherwise remain underutilized and furthers the City goal to provide an
appropriate mixture of housing options.
Planning Commission Recommendation
The Planning Commission reviewed the General Plan amendment/rezone request and proposed
development plan and conducted a public hearing on Wednesday, October 9, 2013. The public hearing
included a significant amount of public comments with concerns raised regarding increased traffic, water
pressure servicing the project, existing irrigation ditch, and storm water retention. Following the public
hearing, the Planning Commission tabled a recommendation, requesting staff and the applicant provide
additional material regarding how the proposed increased density will affect the following:
1. Traffic on 7800 South and 8000 South;
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2. Water pressure in the system serving 450 East;
3. Irrigation on the property; and
4. Storm water along the East boundary of the property.
On October 15, 2013, the City Engineer, Keith Ludwig, P.E., provided a response letter addressing the
following concerns that were raised during the Planning Commission public hearing:
1. The water system for this area is owned and operated by Midvale City and this new proposed
development will be tied into the Midvale City water infrastructure. Midvale City has the
capacity in the water system to service this proposed development.
2. As part of Midvale City’s review and approval process, any ditch/irrigation company must
provide plans that will be reviewed and approved concerning improvements or changes made to
the existing irrigation ditches or pipelines. This will ensure any tail water will be dealt with
appropriately and any down-stream users are able to receive their water.
3. Any project proposed the City will ensure storm water runoff from the project is conveyed to the
appropriate connections to existing storm drain systems. It is the legal responsibility of individual
property owners to keep any storm water runoff from flowing onto adjacent properties.
On October 22, 2013, the applicant submitted a complete traffic analysis performed by Hales
Engineering. The submitted traffic plan reviewed the following:
 Existing conditions at the following intersections; Harvel Drive/7800 South; 360 East/7800
South; and Angel Street/8000 South; and
 Proposed conditions with an additional 107 units/772 day trips which illustrates the proposed
development project.
The City contracted with InterPlan Co., an independent transportation planning firm to review the
submitted documents, confirm the data represented, and provide a summary of their review. Hales
Engineering provided an executive summary of the traffic analysis stating all study intersections are
operating at acceptable levels of service, specifically at LOS ‘A’ defined as, “extremely favorable
progression and a very low level of control delay. Individual users are virtually unaffected by others in the
traffic stream” (Highway Capacity Manual, 2010). InterPlan Co. confirmed Hales Engineering traffic
analysis followed best practices, principles, and assumptions in Hales Engineering assessment of
development impacts. InterPlan Co. stated all existing and proposed intersections are operating and will
continue to operate at acceptable levels, specifically LOS ‘A’ and no further mitigation measures are
required.
At its meeting held on Wednesday, October 23, 2013, the Planning Commission reviewed the requested
information and prior public comments, including new written comments received after the public
hearing. It was the Planning Commission’s recommendation to approve the general plan amendment and
rezone request with the following motion:
“Based on the development patterns in the area and the configuration of the
property, I move that we forward a positive recommendation to the City Council
to amend the General Plan Proposed Land Use Map changing the land use
designation located at 380 East between 7800 South and 8000 South from a
parks/open space and low density residential to medium density residential. I
further recommend we move forward a positive recommendation to the City
Council to rezone these 12.3 acres from single-family residential agricultural
overlay zone (SF1-AO) to multifamily medium residential (RM-12) for the
following reasons:
1. Changes in the land and surrounding areas;
2. The quality of the product proposed;
3. The value of the property proposed and increased homeownership;
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4. HOA and CC&R properties that would benefit from maintenance and
property landscaping; and
5. Affordable housing product provided.”
FISCAL IMPACT:
N/A
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
Staff agrees with the Planning Commission’s recommendation and recommends the requested General
Plan amendment and rezone be approved.
RECOMMENDED MOTION:
NA
Attachments:
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Project Details
Vicinity Map
Preliminary Site Plan
Building Elevations
3-D View Renderings
Building Floor Plans
Existing Zoning/General Plan Map
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R-1-6 6,000
sq. ft. lots
19.84 acres
R-1-9
9,000 sq.
ft. lots
10.69
acres
PUD 10 U/acre
11.35 acres
R-1-8 8,000 sq.
ft. lots
2618.18 acres
Institutional
Care District
2.37 acres
PUD 4.75
U/acre
12.07 acres
R-1-8 8,000 sq.
ft. lots
2618.18 acres
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
This study addresses the traffic impacts associated with the proposed Cottages at Woodard
Farms development in Midvale, Utah. The proposed development is located at approximately
400 East between 7800 South and 8000 South.
Included within the analyses for this study are the traffic operations and recommended
mitigation measures for existing conditions and plus project conditions (conditions after
development of the proposed project) at key intersections and roadways in the vicinity of the
site.
TRAFFIC ANALYSIS
The following is an outline of the traffic analysis performed by Hales Engineering fo r the traffic
conditions of this project.
Existing (2013) Background Conditions Analysis
Hales Engineering performed weekday morning (7 :00- 9:15a.m.) and evening (4:00- 6:00
p.m.) peak period traffic counts at the following intersections:
• Harvel Drive I 7800 South
• 360 East I 7800 South
• Angel Street I 8000 South
These counts were performed on Wednesday, October 16, 2013. The a.m. peak hour was
determined to be between the hours of 7:15 and 8:15a.m. and the p.m. peak hour between
the hours of 5:00 and 6:00 p.m. Detailed count data are included in Appendix A.
The p.m. peak hour had between 10 - 20% higher traffic volumes than the a.m. peak hour.
In order to analyze the worst case conditions, this study analyzed the p.m. peak hour for
each scenario.
As shown in Table ES-1 , all study intersections are currently operating at acceptable levels
of service during the p.m. peak hour. No significant queuing is anticipated .
Project Conditions Analysis
The proposed land use for the development has been identified as follows :
• Apartments:
107 units
The total trip generation for the development is as follows:
• Daily Trips:
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a.m. Peak Hour Trips :
p.m. Peak Hour Trips:
56
77
Existing (2013) Plus Project Conditions Analysis
As shown in Table ES-1, all study intersections are anticipated to continue to operate at
acceptable levels of service during the p.m. peak hour. No significant queuing is anticipated .
TABLE ES-1
P.M. Peak Hour
Midvale -The Cottages at Woodard Farms TIS
Existing 2013
Background
Intersection
Description
Existing 2013
Plus Project
LOS (Sec!Veh 1) LOS (Sec!Veh 1)
Han.el Drive I 7800 South
N8 I A (6.1)
N8 I A (7.3)
360 East I 7800 South
58 I A (7.2)
58 I A (7.7)
Angel Street I 8000 South
N8 I A (4.6)
N8 I A (4.5)
North Access I 7800 South 2
N8 I A (6.6)
South Access I 8000 South 2
58 I A (5.0)
1.1ntersection LOS and delay (seconds/vehicle) values represent the overall
intersection average for signalized and all-way stop controlled intersections and the
worst approach for all other unsignalized intersections .
2. These are project intersections and were only evaluated in "plus project" scenarios .
Source: Hales Engineering, October 2013
RECOMMENDATIONS
The following mitigation measures are recommended:
Existing (2013) Background Conditions Analysis
No mitigation measures are recommended.
Existing (2013) Plus Project Conditions Analysis
No mitigation measures are recommended .
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SUMMARY OF KEY FINDINGS/RECOMMENDATIONS
The following is a summary of key findings and recommendations :
• All study intersections currently operate at acceptable levels of service during the
p.m. peak hour.
• With project traffic added , all study intersections continue to operate at LOS A.
• No mitigation measures are recommended.
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MEMORANDUM To: Phillip Hill, Midvale City From: Andrea Olson, InterPlan Charles Allen, InterPlan Date: October 22, 2013 Subject: The Cottages at Woodard Farm Traffic Impact Study Review The purpose of this memo is to provide a brief review of traffic analysis for The Cottages at Woodard Farm Traffic Impact Study (The Cottages TIS) performed by Hales Engineering in October 2013. The Cottages TIS appears to have been conducted with appropriate state‐of‐
the‐practice analysis methods. Below is a detailed review of specific components of the report. Study Area ‐ The study area was identified in collaboration with Midvale City and is appropriately defined given the size of development. Data collection efforts were thorough and incorporate intersections near proposed development accesses. Trip Generation ‐ Trip generation calculations employ the latest version of the Institute of Transportation Engineers Trip Generation Manual. Trip generation estimates are conservative in that they consider the impact of the potential maximum number of units the development might build. Trip Distribution ‐ Trip distribution assumptions appear appropriate, considering the development location relative to major roads, freeway accesses, and employment and retail centers. Traffic Analysis ‐ Traffic analysis follows state‐of‐the‐practice methods. The Synchro/SimTraffic analysis package is an appropriate tool for the study and provides results consistent with the Highway Capacity Manual 2010 (HCM 2010). Queues measurements were properly averaged over multiple simulation runs. Mitigations ‐ The report is accurate in that no site mitigations are needed. All existing and proposed intersections operate at LOS A, which is best measure of traffic conditions and clearly meets levels acceptable for design. Overall, The Cottages TIS followed accepted practices, principles, and assumptions in its assessment of development impacts. 1
MIDVALE CITY COUNCIL SUMMARY REPORT
Meeting Date: November 12, 2013
SUBJECT: Midvale City Corporation Resolution No. 2013-R-55
Appointment of Lisa L. Schwartz as Midvale City’s Emergency
Response Planner/Coordinator
SUBMITTED BY: Laurie N. Harvey, Assistant City Manager
SUMMARY: The City Council is committed to improving the City’s ability to
respond to emergency situations, and has approved funding for a 3/4-time
position entitled Emergency Response Planner/Coordinator. This position is
appointed by the Mayor, with the advice and consent of the City Council.
Ms. Lisa L. Schwartz has accepted an offer to fill this position, contingent
upon Council approval. Lisa has served on Taylorsville City’s Emergency
Response team since 2008.
Lisa has completed many certifications with FEMA, the Division of
Homeland Security, and state of Utah Department of Public Safety. She comes
to Midvale City highly recommended by the City of Taylorsville and many
others.
Mayor Seghini and City Manager Kane Loader have interviewed Lisa, and
highly recommend appointing her to the position of Midvale City Emergency
Response Planner/Coordinator.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION (MOTION READY):
I
move
we
adopt
Resolution 2013-R-55, appointing Lisa L. Schwartz as Midvale City’s
Emergency Response Planner/Coordinator.
ATTACHMENTS: Resolution and resume of Lisa L. Schwartz
MIDVALE CITY CORPORATION
RESOLUTION NO. 2013-R-55
A RESOLUTION APPOINTING LISA L. SCHWARTZ AS MIDVALE CITY’S
EMERGENCY RESPONSE PLANNER/COORDINATOR
Whereas, Midvale City is committed to establishing an effective city-wide emergency
preparedness and management program; and
Whereas, the City Council recognizes that significant effort is necessary in order to
coordinate and maintain this program; and
Whereas, the City Council has approved and funded an appointed position entitled
“Emergency Response Planner/Coordinator”; and
Whereas, this position is to be appointed by the Mayor with the advice and consent of
the City Council; and
Whereas, the Mayor desires to appoint Ms. Lisa L. Schwartz as Midvale City’s
Emergency Response Planner/Coordinator, and requests Council’s consent.
Now therefore be it resolved, by the Midvale City Council, that Lisa L. Schwartz be
appointed as Midvale City’s Emergency Response Planner/Coordinator.
This resolution shall become effective immediately upon passage thereof.
Passed and adopted by the City Council of Midvale City, State of Utah, this 12th day
of November, 2013.
__________________________________
JoAnn B. Seghini, Mayor
ATTEST:
____________________________
Rori L. Andreason, MMC
City Recorder
Voting by the City Council: “Aye”
Colleen Costello
Paul Glover
Robert Hale
Paul Hunt
Wayne Sharp
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“Nay”
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MIDVALE CITY COUNCIL SUMMARY REPORT
Meeting Date: November 12, 2013
SUBJECT:
Purchase of CCTV Truck for Public Utilities
SUBMITTED BY:
Ken Vance, Public Works Director
SUMMARY:
Staff is recommending the purchase of a Closed Circuit TV truck to conduct inspections of the
sanitary sewer system. This monitoring is used to assess pipe condition and identify problems or
possible future failures which need current attention. The CCTV process also identifies the
piping condition to allow for replacement prior to failure.
The cost of the CCTV Truck is $194,990 which requires Council approval. A resolution has
been prepared authorizing the purchase of this truck. Details of the truck are included in
Attachment ‘A’.
FISCAL IMPACT: $194,990
RECOMMENDED MOTION:
I move that we adopt Resolution No. 2013-R-56 Authorizing the Purchase
of a CCTV Truck for Public Utilities
Attachments:
Resolution
Attachment ‘A’
MIDVALE CITY, UTAH
RESOLUTION NO. 2013-R-56
A RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE PURCHASE OF A
CLOSED CIRCUIT TV TRUCK
WHEREAS, the Midvale Sanitary Sewer Management Plan requires that inspections of the
sanitary sewer system use a Closed Circuit TV Truck; and
WHEREAS, the cost of the 2013 Closed Circuit TV Truck is $194,990; and
WHEREAS, any purchase of $100,000 requires the approval of the City Council; and
WHEREAS, the Council desires to provide inspections of sanitary sewer system and feels it is
within the best interest of the City to approve the purchase of the CCTV Truck,
NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF MIDVALE
CITY, STATE OF UTAH, as follows:
SECTION 1. The Midvale City Council hereby approves the purchase of a 2013 Closed Circuit
TV Truck.
SECTION 2. This resolution takes effect immediately.
PASSED AND APPROVED this 12nd day of November, 2013.
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JoAnn B. Seghini, Mayor
ATTEST:
__________________________
Rori L. Andreason, MMC
City Recorder
Voting by the Council
Colleen Costello
Paul Glover
Robert Hale
Paul Hunt
Wayne Sharp
“Aye” “Nay”
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Specifications For: MIDVALE, UT
HIGH CUBE MOUNTED TV INSPECTION SYSTEM
1
FORD E-450 GAS CUT-A-WAY 176" WB 2X4 CHASSIS
1
6.8L SOHC EFI Triton V10 Engine
1
5-Speed Automatic Transmission with OD including:
1
Auxiliary Cooler
1
Tow / Haul Mode
1
4.56 Axle Ratio
1
14,500 lb. GVWR
1
176" Wheel Base
1
Standard Driver / Passenger Seat with Seat Belts and Sun Visors
1
12-Volt Light in Cab Area
1
Cab Air Conditioner
1
AM / FM Radio
1
16' CARGO BOX WITH WALKTHRU
1
AeroCap with Walk Thru
1
2" X 6" Dense Pine Flooring
1
LED Light Package Includes Body Clearance and Stop / Tail / Turn
1
Full Width Barn Doors with CAM (Pipe) Locks on Each Door
2
Laminated Steel Lock
1
Kemlite Covering on Inside Rear Doors
1
Back Up Alarm
1
SAFE ENTRY/EXIT BUMPER
1
Three (3) Steps Evenly Spaced
1
Bottom Steps Fold Up for Ground Clearance
1
One (1) Fold - Away Safety Grab Handles
1
KICKPLATE 2 DRAWER ALUMINUM STORAGE
1
TRANSPORTER/CAMERA LOCKABLE STORAGE COMPARTMENT WITH NOTCH IN REAR
DOOR THRESHOLD OF BODY FOR TV CABLE TO PASS THROUGH TO TRANSPORTER
STORAGE DRAWER [FOR 12' CARGO SPACE]
1
Lockable Storage Compartment for Camera and Transporter
1
Sliding Drawer
1
Notch in rear door threshold of body for TV cable to pass through to transporter storage
drawer
1
TV HIGH CUBE VAN EXTERIOR LIGHTING & CONTROL ROOM TO INCLUDE:
2
Amber Electronic Strobe Warning Beacons
2
Adjustable Floodlights Rear of Vehicle Area Illumination
Control Room Interior:
1
Lonseal Lonplate Flooring
1
Kemlite Wall & Ceiling Covering
1
Bulkhead Wall With Passage Door From Control Room to Equipment Room
1
"Safety Plus Visual" Viewing Window in Bulkhead Wall
1
Above Desk Control Console with Rack Mount for Electronic Equipment
1
Desktop / Work Area
1
110-Volt Fluorescent Light Fixture
1
Electrical Outlet with Dual Receptacles
1
Fire Extinguisher with Bracket, 10BC Rating
1
Operators Chair, Swivel With Casters
1
12-Volt Courtesy Light
1
ROOF TOP AIR CONDITIONER, 13,500 BTU WITH HEAT STRIP
1
BENCH SEAT IN CONTROL ROOM
1
CLOSET IN CONTROL ROOM
1
TV HI-CUBE VAN EQUIPMENT ROOM INTERIOR TO INCLUDE:
1
Kemlite Wall & Ceiling Covering
1
Climate Controlled Breaker Box/Electronics Storage Area with Locking Positive Latches
1
Electrical Outlet with Dual Receptacles
1
110-Volt Fluorescent Light Fixture
1
12-Volt Courtesy Light with 15 Minute Timer Located at Rear Door Area
1
LONSEAL LONPLATE FLOORING IN EQUIPMENT ROOM
1
30-GALLON WASHDOWN SYSTEM TO INCLUDE:
1
30-Gallon Fresh Water Tank
1
Electric Water Pump
1
Retractable Hose Reel with 25' Water Hose and Nozzle
1
UPPER AND LOWER STORAGE CABINET IN EQUIPMENT ROOM
1
Lower Storage Cabinet / Work Top
1
Upper Wall Mounted Storage Cabinet
1
ADDITIONAL LIGHT AND OUTLET
1
Fluorescent Light and Fixture Mounted Above Work Top
1
Dual Receptacle Outlet Above Work Top
1
24" REAR FLAT SCREEN MONITOR MOUNTED IN BULKHEAD WALL
1
Flat Screen Monitor
1
Cable Assembly - Video Monitor to Monitor in Control Room
1
Electrical Outlet
1
7000 WATT GAS ONAN GENERATOR
1
120 Volt 60 HZ 7000 Watt (Minimum) Commercial Grade Generator
1
Gasoline Powered
1
Electric Start
1
GENERATOR COMPARTMENT [UNDER CHASSIS MOUNT]
1
Generator Remote Start / Stop Cable Assemble
1
Generator Storage Compartment with Lockable External Access Door
1
Commercial Power Supply Receptacle, 25' Cord, and Plug
1
Electrical Supply Center with Circuit Breaker Box
1
Commercial power and Generator Power Connectors
1
Automatic Power Transfer Switch
1
DIGITAL ENGINEERING PANEL
1
Voltage Readout, Power Supply
1
Hertz Readout, Power Supply
1
1
Generator Hour Readout
Remote Generator Start / Stop Control Switch
1
P&T ZOOM III M/C BUILT-IN SONDE LED CAMERA
1
Solid State Color Sewer TV Camera
1
Pan & Rotate Camera Head, 40:1 Zoom Ratio, 10x Optical Zoom, 4x Digital Zoom
1
NTSC Color Standard with 4x Light Integration
1
Camera Lighting System with Integrated White LED Light Modules for 6" Relined thru
48" Pipe
1
Built In Transmitter, 512 Hz
1
Camera Transportation and Storage Case
1
SELF-PROPELLED NON-STEERABLE COMPACT WHEELED CAMERA TRANSPORTER WITH
ABILITY TO ADD TRACKS, TO INCLUDE:
1
Unit Shall Have Forward, Free Wheel, and Power Reverse
1
Set of Driven Rubber Wheels to Inspect 6" Pipe
1
All Six (6) Wheel Drive Transporter Assembly to Include:
1
Motor & Enclosed Drive Train
1
TRACK MODULE KIT TO INCLUDE:
1
High-Speed Transmission
1
Right Hand Trac Module
1
Left Hand Trac Module
1
SPARE PARTS KIT FOR TRAC TRANSPORTER TO INCLUDE:
1
Additional Chain Links And Rubber Cleats
1
7"-15" EXTENDERS FOR COMPACT TRAC TRANSPORTER
1
18" - 24" COMPACT WHEEL/TRAC TRANSPORTER EXTENSION KIT
1
8" RUBBER WHEEL KIT FOR COMPACT TRANSPORTER
1
10-15" RUBBER WHEEL KIT FOR COMPACT TRANSPORTER
1
KIT,TIRE,PNEUMATIC,12" - 15" PIPE, COMPACT TRANSPORTER
1
8" STEEL WHEEL KIT FOR COMPACT TRANSPORTER
1
10-15" STEEL WHEEL KIT FOR COMPACT TRANSPORTER
1
1200' CABLE ASSEMBLY, M/C 12PIN METAL
1
1200' Gold Multi Conductor Kevlar Fiber Armored Combination TV Transmission / Tow
Cable
1
.450 Diameter
1
Metal Splice Chamber with Pigtail
1
Cable Strain Relief
1
TV REEL ASSEMBLY, MECHANICAL FOOTAGE FOR SUMMIT .450 CABLE W/AUTO PAYOUT
1
Black Thermoplastic Powder Coated Frame
1
Power Levelwind & Multi Ratio Manual Transmission
1
Automatic Cable Payout System
1
1
1
1
1
Footage Meter with Local Counter and Remote Electronic Counter
Transmission Control at Viewing Station
Local Reel Mount Electrical and Mechanical Control
Sealed Continuous Contact Collector Assembly
Removable Drip Pan for Cleaning
2
22" FLATSCREEN COLOR INDUSTRIAL TV MONITOR – MOUNTED ABOVE DESKTOP
1
PCU ASSEMBLY [RACK MOUNT]
1
CCU ASSEMBLY [RACK MOUNT]
1
Alpha Numeric Information Display, with Multi Paging and Defect Coding
1
Remote "QWERTY" Keyboard for Data Entry
1
On Screen Footage Display
1
WRC and PACP Codes
1
WIRED USB CONTROLLER
1
Joystick Control for Pan and Tilt Zoom Camera to Include:
1
360 Degree Rotate
1
330 Degree Optical Pan
1
Joystick Control for All Steering Functions & Forward / Reverse Directions for Transporter
1
Camera Lift Control for Optional Electronic Camera Lift
1
All Other Controls for Camera to Include:
1
Camera Iris and Focus Override & Zoom
1
Camera Lights & Shutter Control for Light Enhancement
1
Camera Diagnostics & Auto Home
1
Cruise Control to Set Speed of the Transporter for Hands Off Operation
1
All Reel Controls to Include: Retrieve, Release, and Variable Speed [Excluding Dolly
Systems]
1
WIRELESS CONTROLLER
1
Joystick Control for Pan and Tilt Zoom Camera to Include:
1
360 Degree Rotate
1
330 Degree Optical Pan
1
Joystick Control for All Steering Functions & Forward / Reverse Directions for Transporter
1
Camera Lift Control for Optional Electronic Camera Lift
1
All Other Controls for Camera to Include:
1
Camera Iris and Focus Override & Zoom
1
Camera Lights & Shutter Control for Light Enhancement
1
Camera Diagnostics & Auto Home
1
Cruise Control to Set Speed of the Transporter for Hands Off Operation
1
All Reel Controls to Include: Retrieve, Release, and Variable Speed [Excluding Dolly
Systems]
1
8.7" MINI KEYBOARD
1
[RACK MOUNT] COMPUTER W/DATA COLLECTION SOFTWARE
1
Motherboard with 1155 Socket and Intel Z77 Chipset
1
Intel Core i7-2600K Sandy Bridge 3.4 GHz Processor
1
Eight (8) GB of DDR3 (Double Data Rate) 1600 RAM
1
Video Capture Device for MPEG 1 / 2 / 4 / WMV
1
Intel HD Graphics 3000 On Board Display Adapter
2
6
6
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
LAN, On Board Network Connections, 10 / 100 / 1000 Mbps
USB 2.0 Ports ( 4 on Rear, 2 on Front)
USB 3.0 Ports (6 on Rear)
RS232 Serial Ports
Bluetooth v4.0 / v3.0 + HS
WiFi IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n
On Board Sound
DVD + / - RW DVD Burner 20x / CD - RW 40x Internal
500 GB (7,200 RPM) SATA Hard Drive
120 GB Solid State Drive, SATA3
400 Watt 1U ATX Power Supply
Industrial Hardened Case Slim 2U Design for 19" Rack
Windows 7 Professional 64-bit Operating System
Granite XP Inspection Edition Version x.x Software
User Guide - Hard Copy
User Guide - CD
1
WIRELESS KEYBOARD AND MOUSE SET
1
HP OFFICEJET COLOR PRINTER
1
ENHANCED SUPPORT PLAN FOR SOFTWARE
1
MANHOLE TOPROLLER ASSEMBLY, TV ONLY
1
MANHOLE ADAPTER CLAW HOOK
6
RETRIEVAL/DOWNHOLE POLE ASSEMBLY
1
INVERT ROLLER ASSEMBLY
1
RETRIEVAL HOOK
1
MULTI CONDUCTOR TV ONLY TOOL KIT
1
Milliampmeter Tool
1
Electrical Tape
1
Needle Nose Pliers
1
Six-In-One Screwdriver
1
6" Adjustable Wrench
1
Anti Seize Grease
1
9-Piece Allen Wrench kit
1
Solder Iron Kit
1
Industrial Pliers
1
5/32 T-Handle Hex Wrench
1
Multi Conductor TV Only Operation Manual
1
Parts Catalog
1
Cable Repair Kit DVD
1
TV Only Training DVD
1
TRAINING, ON-SITE (FOUR DAYS)
1
TRUCK DELIVERY-UTAH
Pricing Worksheet
CITY OF MIDVALE, UT
Components
Quantity
List price
Ext. Price
E450 Gas System Base with interior
Summit system upgrade
OZIII Camera
Ultra Shorty transporter
Total Base Truck before options
less NJPA discount for base system
Total NJPA Price for Base system
1
1
1
1
$132,638.00
$3,900.00
$18,810.00
$6,450.00
$161,798.00
-$17,798.00
$144,000.00
$132,638.00
$3,900.00
$18,810.00
$6,450.00
$161,798.00
-$17,798.00
$144,000.00
10"-15" steel wheel kit for transporter
12 volt plug by reel
1200' of gold cable in lieu of standard 1000
16' Cargo Box in lieu of 14'
24" rear monitor in lieu of 17"
8"steel wheel kit for transporter
Air suspension system
Auto payout for video reel
Back-up camera system (chassis)
built in sonde
Bumper mounted safety cone holder
closet in control room
Closet in viewing room
Electric camera lift
Enclosed lavatory
Enhanced support plan for software
Floor mounted pedestal crane
GXP Windows 7 Rack Mount
Knobby tire 18" - 60"
kickplate 2 drawer aluminum storage
1
0
1
1
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
$1,425.00
$175.00
$916.00
$1,000.00
$252.00
$1,320.00
$1,295.00
$2,900.00
$1,504.91
$1,990.00
$100.00
$1,286.00
$1,224.96
$5,900.00
$4,900.00
$1,800.00
$2,800.00
$16,900.00
$247.50
$1,050.00
$1,425.00
$0.00
$916.00
$1,000.00
$252.00
$1,320.00
$0.00
$2,900.00
$0.00
$1,990.00
$0.00
$1,286.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$1,800.00
$0.00
$16,900.00
$0.00
$1,050.00
Prepared by Robin Guthrie 10/24/2013
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Pricing Worksheet
Local Dealer Pre- Delivery inspection
Low profile, roof mounted air conditioner with heat strip
Microwave mounted on shelf with outlet
OZ/NL 3 W/Sonde adapter tube
printer HP office jet
Pro Teck 18 X 18X 18 Exterior box
Safe Entry/Exit bumper
Spot light
Steerable Pipe Ranger Transporter
Storage box above reel
track/transmission kit for WTR
Traffic drctr,W/30FT
Two 22" TV monitors mounted
upgrade washdown to 30 gallon
VIAIR compressor with addt tank
Wall mounted electric heater
Wall mounted storage cabinet
Whelen M4 series warning lights
Whelen Vertex Super LED Lights- 8 amber
Wireless keyboard and house set
WTR in lieu of standard Ultra Shorty
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
$500.00
$1,229.73
$750.00
$2,395.00
$180.00
$850.00
$2,250.00
$424.95
$15,735.00
$750.00
$3,600.00
$1,124.85
$1,388.00
$200.00
$1,200.00
$410.00
$595.00
$950.00
$2,800.00
$119.00
$6,900.00
Four days of Training in lieu if two
Delivery
Total NJPA Price
1
1
$1,306.00
$3,708.00
$500.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$180.00
$0.00
$2,250.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$3,600.00
$0.00
$1,388.00
$200.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$119.00
$6,900.00
$1,306.00
$3,708.00
$194,990.00
Prepared by Robin Guthrie 10/24/2013
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Specifications For: MIDVALE, UT
HIGH CUBE MOUNTED TV INSPECTION SYSTEM
1
FORD E-450 GAS CUT-A-WAY 176" WB 2X4 CHASSIS
1
6.8L SOHC EFI Triton V10 Engine
1
5-Speed Automatic Transmission with OD including:
1
Auxiliary Cooler
1
Tow / Haul Mode
1
4.56 Axle Ratio
1
14,500 lb. GVWR
1
176" Wheel Base
1
Standard Driver / Passenger Seat with Seat Belts and Sun Visors
1
12-Volt Light in Cab Area
1
Cab Air Conditioner
1
AM / FM Radio
1
16' CARGO BOX WITH WALKTHRU
1
AeroCap with Walk Thru
1
2" X 6" Dense Pine Flooring
1
LED Light Package Includes Body Clearance and Stop / Tail / Turn
1
Full Width Barn Doors with CAM (Pipe) Locks on Each Door
2
Laminated Steel Lock
1
Kemlite Covering on Inside Rear Doors
1
Back Up Alarm
1
SAFE ENTRY/EXIT BUMPER
1
Three (3) Steps Evenly Spaced
1
Bottom Steps Fold Up for Ground Clearance
1
One (1) Fold - Away Safety Grab Handles
1
KICKPLATE 2 DRAWER ALUMINUM STORAGE
1
TRANSPORTER/CAMERA LOCKABLE STORAGE COMPARTMENT WITH NOTCH IN REAR
DOOR THRESHOLD OF BODY FOR TV CABLE TO PASS THROUGH TO TRANSPORTER
STORAGE DRAWER [FOR 12' CARGO SPACE]
1
Lockable Storage Compartment for Camera and Transporter
1
Sliding Drawer
1
Notch in rear door threshold of body for TV cable to pass through to transporter storage
drawer
1
TV HIGH CUBE VAN EXTERIOR LIGHTING & CONTROL ROOM TO INCLUDE:
2
Amber Electronic Strobe Warning Beacons
2
Adjustable Floodlights Rear of Vehicle Area Illumination
Control Room Interior:
1
Lonseal Lonplate Flooring
1
Kemlite Wall & Ceiling Covering
1
Bulkhead Wall With Passage Door From Control Room to Equipment Room
1
"Safety Plus Visual" Viewing Window in Bulkhead Wall
1
Above Desk Control Console with Rack Mount for Electronic Equipment
1
Desktop / Work Area
1
110-Volt Fluorescent Light Fixture
1
Electrical Outlet with Dual Receptacles
1
Fire Extinguisher with Bracket, 10BC Rating
1
Operators Chair, Swivel With Casters
1
12-Volt Courtesy Light
1
ROOF TOP AIR CONDITIONER, 13,500 BTU WITH HEAT STRIP
1
BENCH SEAT IN CONTROL ROOM
1
CLOSET IN CONTROL ROOM
1
TV HI-CUBE VAN EQUIPMENT ROOM INTERIOR TO INCLUDE:
1
Kemlite Wall & Ceiling Covering
1
Climate Controlled Breaker Box/Electronics Storage Area with Locking Positive Latches
1
Electrical Outlet with Dual Receptacles
1
110-Volt Fluorescent Light Fixture
1
12-Volt Courtesy Light with 15 Minute Timer Located at Rear Door Area
1
LONSEAL LONPLATE FLOORING IN EQUIPMENT ROOM
1
30-GALLON WASHDOWN SYSTEM TO INCLUDE:
1
30-Gallon Fresh Water Tank
1
Electric Water Pump
1
Retractable Hose Reel with 25' Water Hose and Nozzle
1
UPPER AND LOWER STORAGE CABINET IN EQUIPMENT ROOM
1
Lower Storage Cabinet / Work Top
1
Upper Wall Mounted Storage Cabinet
1
ADDITIONAL LIGHT AND OUTLET
1
Fluorescent Light and Fixture Mounted Above Work Top
1
Dual Receptacle Outlet Above Work Top
1
24" REAR FLAT SCREEN MONITOR MOUNTED IN BULKHEAD WALL
1
Flat Screen Monitor
1
Cable Assembly - Video Monitor to Monitor in Control Room
1
Electrical Outlet
1
7000 WATT GAS ONAN GENERATOR
1
120 Volt 60 HZ 7000 Watt (Minimum) Commercial Grade Generator
1
Gasoline Powered
1
Electric Start
1
GENERATOR COMPARTMENT [UNDER CHASSIS MOUNT]
1
Generator Remote Start / Stop Cable Assemble
1
Generator Storage Compartment with Lockable External Access Door
1
Commercial Power Supply Receptacle, 25' Cord, and Plug
1
Electrical Supply Center with Circuit Breaker Box
1
Commercial power and Generator Power Connectors
1
Automatic Power Transfer Switch
1
DIGITAL ENGINEERING PANEL
1
Voltage Readout, Power Supply
1
Hertz Readout, Power Supply
1
1
Generator Hour Readout
Remote Generator Start / Stop Control Switch
1
P&T ZOOM III M/C BUILT-IN SONDE LED CAMERA
1
Solid State Color Sewer TV Camera
1
Pan & Rotate Camera Head, 40:1 Zoom Ratio, 10x Optical Zoom, 4x Digital Zoom
1
NTSC Color Standard with 4x Light Integration
1
Camera Lighting System with Integrated White LED Light Modules for 6" Relined thru
48" Pipe
1
Built In Transmitter, 512 Hz
1
Camera Transportation and Storage Case
1
SELF-PROPELLED NON-STEERABLE COMPACT WHEELED CAMERA TRANSPORTER WITH
ABILITY TO ADD TRACKS, TO INCLUDE:
1
Unit Shall Have Forward, Free Wheel, and Power Reverse
1
Set of Driven Rubber Wheels to Inspect 6" Pipe
1
All Six (6) Wheel Drive Transporter Assembly to Include:
1
Motor & Enclosed Drive Train
1
TRACK MODULE KIT TO INCLUDE:
1
High-Speed Transmission
1
Right Hand Trac Module
1
Left Hand Trac Module
1
SPARE PARTS KIT FOR TRAC TRANSPORTER TO INCLUDE:
1
Additional Chain Links And Rubber Cleats
1
7"-15" EXTENDERS FOR COMPACT TRAC TRANSPORTER
1
18" - 24" COMPACT WHEEL/TRAC TRANSPORTER EXTENSION KIT
1
8" RUBBER WHEEL KIT FOR COMPACT TRANSPORTER
1
10-15" RUBBER WHEEL KIT FOR COMPACT TRANSPORTER
1
KIT,TIRE,PNEUMATIC,12" - 15" PIPE, COMPACT TRANSPORTER
1
8" STEEL WHEEL KIT FOR COMPACT TRANSPORTER
1
10-15" STEEL WHEEL KIT FOR COMPACT TRANSPORTER
1
1200' CABLE ASSEMBLY, M/C 12PIN METAL
1
1200' Gold Multi Conductor Kevlar Fiber Armored Combination TV Transmission / Tow
Cable
1
.450 Diameter
1
Metal Splice Chamber with Pigtail
1
Cable Strain Relief
1
TV REEL ASSEMBLY, MECHANICAL FOOTAGE FOR SUMMIT .450 CABLE W/AUTO PAYOUT
1
Black Thermoplastic Powder Coated Frame
1
Power Levelwind & Multi Ratio Manual Transmission
1
Automatic Cable Payout System
1
1
1
1
1
Footage Meter with Local Counter and Remote Electronic Counter
Transmission Control at Viewing Station
Local Reel Mount Electrical and Mechanical Control
Sealed Continuous Contact Collector Assembly
Removable Drip Pan for Cleaning
2
22" FLATSCREEN COLOR INDUSTRIAL TV MONITOR – MOUNTED ABOVE DESKTOP
1
PCU ASSEMBLY [RACK MOUNT]
1
CCU ASSEMBLY [RACK MOUNT]
1
Alpha Numeric Information Display, with Multi Paging and Defect Coding
1
Remote "QWERTY" Keyboard for Data Entry
1
On Screen Footage Display
1
WRC and PACP Codes
1
WIRED USB CONTROLLER
1
Joystick Control for Pan and Tilt Zoom Camera to Include:
1
360 Degree Rotate
1
330 Degree Optical Pan
1
Joystick Control for All Steering Functions & Forward / Reverse Directions for Transporter
1
Camera Lift Control for Optional Electronic Camera Lift
1
All Other Controls for Camera to Include:
1
Camera Iris and Focus Override & Zoom
1
Camera Lights & Shutter Control for Light Enhancement
1
Camera Diagnostics & Auto Home
1
Cruise Control to Set Speed of the Transporter for Hands Off Operation
1
All Reel Controls to Include: Retrieve, Release, and Variable Speed [Excluding Dolly
Systems]
1
WIRELESS CONTROLLER
1
Joystick Control for Pan and Tilt Zoom Camera to Include:
1
360 Degree Rotate
1
330 Degree Optical Pan
1
Joystick Control for All Steering Functions & Forward / Reverse Directions for Transporter
1
Camera Lift Control for Optional Electronic Camera Lift
1
All Other Controls for Camera to Include:
1
Camera Iris and Focus Override & Zoom
1
Camera Lights & Shutter Control for Light Enhancement
1
Camera Diagnostics & Auto Home
1
Cruise Control to Set Speed of the Transporter for Hands Off Operation
1
All Reel Controls to Include: Retrieve, Release, and Variable Speed [Excluding Dolly
Systems]
1
8.7" MINI KEYBOARD
1
[RACK MOUNT] COMPUTER W/DATA COLLECTION SOFTWARE
1
Motherboard with 1155 Socket and Intel Z77 Chipset
1
Intel Core i7-2600K Sandy Bridge 3.4 GHz Processor
1
Eight (8) GB of DDR3 (Double Data Rate) 1600 RAM
1
Video Capture Device for MPEG 1 / 2 / 4 / WMV
1
Intel HD Graphics 3000 On Board Display Adapter
2
6
6
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
LAN, On Board Network Connections, 10 / 100 / 1000 Mbps
USB 2.0 Ports ( 4 on Rear, 2 on Front)
USB 3.0 Ports (6 on Rear)
RS232 Serial Ports
Bluetooth v4.0 / v3.0 + HS
WiFi IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n
On Board Sound
DVD + / - RW DVD Burner 20x / CD - RW 40x Internal
500 GB (7,200 RPM) SATA Hard Drive
120 GB Solid State Drive, SATA3
400 Watt 1U ATX Power Supply
Industrial Hardened Case Slim 2U Design for 19" Rack
Windows 7 Professional 64-bit Operating System
Granite XP Inspection Edition Version x.x Software
User Guide - Hard Copy
User Guide - CD
1
WIRELESS KEYBOARD AND MOUSE SET
1
HP OFFICEJET COLOR PRINTER
1
ENHANCED SUPPORT PLAN FOR SOFTWARE
1
MANHOLE TOPROLLER ASSEMBLY, TV ONLY
1
MANHOLE ADAPTER CLAW HOOK
6
RETRIEVAL/DOWNHOLE POLE ASSEMBLY
1
INVERT ROLLER ASSEMBLY
1
RETRIEVAL HOOK
1
MULTI CONDUCTOR TV ONLY TOOL KIT
1
Milliampmeter Tool
1
Electrical Tape
1
Needle Nose Pliers
1
Six-In-One Screwdriver
1
6" Adjustable Wrench
1
Anti Seize Grease
1
9-Piece Allen Wrench kit
1
Solder Iron Kit
1
Industrial Pliers
1
5/32 T-Handle Hex Wrench
1
Multi Conductor TV Only Operation Manual
1
Parts Catalog
1
Cable Repair Kit DVD
1
TV Only Training DVD
1
TRAINING, ON-SITE (FOUR DAYS)
1
TRUCK DELIVERY-UTAH
Quotation
Kevin Widmer
630 Eubanks Ct. Suite K
Vacaville, CA. 95688
Phone (707) 449-1034 Fax (707) 449-0260
E-Mail [email protected]
DATE
Quotation #
Customer ID
Quotation For:
Midvale City
ATTN: Ken Vance
9/16/2013
Quotation valid until: 11/15/2013
Comments or Special Instructions:
SALESPERSON
P.O. NUMBER
SHIP DATE
SHIP VIA
F.O.B. POINT
TERMS
UNIT PRICE
TAXABLE?
AMOUNT
Travis Vallejo
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
1
Ford Chassis and Box
42,775.00
$42,775.00
1
Camera/Transporter
48,700.00
$48,700.00
1
Reel/Cable
22,029.00
$22,029.00
1
Control Equipment
16,890.00
$16,890.00
1
Software, Computer, support, accessories
20,000.00
$20,000.00
1
Box components,
interior, AC, storage
boxes, labor, etc.
38,996.00
$38,996.00
1
delivery/training/prep
5,600.00
$5,600.00
SUBTOTAL
TAX RATE
0.00%
SALES TAX
$0.00
OTHER
TOTAL
Please feel free to contact me If you have any questions regarding this quotation.
If the tax rate is incorrect please factor in the appropriate taxes.
THANK YOU FOR THIS OPPORTUNITY!
$ 194,990.00
$ 194,990.00
MIDVALE CITY COUNCIL SUMMARY REPORT
Meeting Date: November 12, 2013
SUBJECT: Resolution No. 2013-R-57, appointing members of the Audit
Committee of Midvale City
SUBMITTED BY: Laurie N. Harvey, Director of Administrative Services
SUMMARY:
Midvale City established an Audit Committee by Ordinance in October 2013.
The committee members are appointed by the City Council. The Committee
consists of two members of the City Council, and one financial expert. The
financial expert will be a non-voting member of the committee and may be paid
a stipend.
Each member will serve a three year term, with the option of serving two
consecutive terms. Upon origination of the Audit Committee, one member will
serve a two year term, so that terms can be staggered.
Councilmembers Paul Hunt and Paul Glover have agreed to serve on the Audit
Committee, as well as Mr. Mont Millerberg, a Midvale City resident and a
Certified Public Accountant.
Staff recommends a stipend of $50 per meeting for the appointed financial
expert member of the Audit Committee.
FISCAL IMPACT:
General Fund – minimal – stipend for financial expert
STAFF RECOMMENDATION (MOTION READY):
I move we adopt
Resolution 2013-R-57, appointing Council members Paul Hunt and Paul
Glover, and Midvale City resident and CPA Mont Millerberg, to the Audit
Committee of Midvale City, and authorizing a stipend of $50 per meeting for
Mr. Millerberg, the committee’s financial expert.
ATTACHMENTS: Resolution 2013-R-57
MIDVALE CITY CORPORATION
RESOLUTION 2013-R-57
A RESOLUTION APPOINTING COUNCILMEMBER PAUL GLOVER,
COUNCILMEMBER PAUL HUNT, AND MR. MONT MILLERBERG TO THE
AUDIT COMMITTEE OF MIDVALE CITY
Whereas, the City Council has formed by ordinance the Audit Committee of Midvale
City; and
Whereas, the Audit Committee consists of two members of the City Council and a
government finance expert; and
Whereas, the City Council wishes to appoint the following individuals to serve on the
Audit Committee of Midvale City:
Councilmember Paul Hunt (three year term)
Councilmember Paul Glover (two year term)
Mr. Mont Millerberg, CPA (three year term); and
Whereas, the ordinance allows for payment of a stipend to the government finance
expert position on the committee, and the City Council has determined that $50 per meeting is
reasonable.
Now therefore be it resolved, by the Midvale City Council, that Councilmember Paul
Hunt, Councilmember Paul Glover, and Mr. Mont Millerberg, CPA are appointed to serve as
members of the Audit Committee of Midvale City. A stipend of $50 per meeting is authorized
for Mr. Millerberg.
This resolution shall become effective immediately upon passage thereof.
Passed and adopted by the City Council of Midvale City, State of Utah, this 12th day
of November, 2013.
__________________________________
JoAnn B. Seghini, Mayor
ATTEST:
____________________________
Rori L. Andreason, MMC
City Recorder
Voting by the City Council: “Aye”
Colleen Costello
Paul Glover
Robert Hale
Paul Hunt
Wayne Sharp
______
“Nay”
______
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