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<ul><li><p>PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH </p><p>TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 2011 </p><p>11 - 1 </p><p> The City Council of Salt Lake City, Utah, met in Regular Session </p><p>on Tuesday, August 23, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. in Room 315, City Council </p><p>Chambers, City County Building, 451 South State. </p><p> The following Council Members were present: </p><p>Carlton Christensen Van Turner Stan Penfold </p><p>Jill Remington Love Luke Garrott Soren Simonsen </p><p>J T Martin </p><p>Cindy Gust-Jenson, Executive Council Director; Lynn Pace, Deputy </p><p>City Attorney; Mayor Ralph Becker; David Everitt, Mayors Chief of </p><p>Staff; and Beverly Jones, Deputy City Recorder; were present. </p><p> Councilmember Love presided at and Councilmember Penfold </p><p>conducted the meeting. </p><p>OPENING CEREMONY </p><p>#1. 7:12:04 PM The Council led the Pledge of Allegiance. </p><p>#2. 7:12:35 PM Councilmember Turner moved and Councilmember </p><p>Simonsen seconded to approve the Salt Lake City Council minutes for </p><p>August 9, 2011, which motion carried, all members voted aye. View </p><p>Attachment </p><p>(M 11-3) </p><p>PUBLIC HEARINGS </p><p> #1. RE: 7:15:03 PM Accept public comment and consider adopting an </p><p>ordinance closing and vacating an alley as a public right-of-way </p><p>adjacent to property located at 1575 South State Street pursuant to </p><p>Petition No. PLNSUB2011-00004. (Salt Lake Community College is </p><p>requesting the vacation of a north to south alley to allow for the </p><p>integration of the alley into the existing South City Campus parking </p><p>lot located at approximately 123 East 1700 South). View Attachments </p><p> Councilmember Love moved and Councilmember Turner seconded to </p><p>close the public hearing, which motion carried, all members voted aye. </p><p> Councilmember Love moved and Councilmember Turner seconded to </p><p>adopt Ordinance 52 of 2011, which motion carried, all members voted </p><p>aye. </p><p>(P 11-6) </p><p> #2. RE: 7:16:12 PM Accept public comment and consider adopting an </p><p>ordinance to rezone property located between 519 and 575 North 300 </p><p>tre://?label="CouncilChambers"?datetime="20110823191204"?Data="7affb407"tre://?label="CouncilChambers"?datetime="20110823191235"?Data="44d7a1cc"ftp://ftrftp.slcgov.com/attachments/08-23-11-B2.pdfftp://ftrftp.slcgov.com/attachments/08-23-11-B2.pdftre://?label="CouncilChambers"?datetime="20110823191503"?Data="eded85a7"ftp://ftrftp.slcgov.com/attachments/08-23-11-C1.pdftre://?label="CouncilChambers"?datetime="20110823191612"?Data="10823684"</p></li><li><p>PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH </p><p>TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 2011 </p><p>11 - 2 </p><p>West from Residential Mixed Use (R-MU) to Commercial Business (CB) </p><p>pursuant to Petition No. PLNPCM2011-000096. This action would allow </p><p>office uses and a coffee shop with a drive-thru window to be located </p><p>in the existing building. These uses are not permitted in the </p><p>Residential Mixed Use zoning district. (Petitioner Howa Capital, </p><p>LLC) View Attachments </p><p> J.R. Howa, representing Howa Capital, said the drive thru as well </p><p>as inside seating would be open during the same hours. </p><p> The following submitted hearing cards but did not wish to speak: </p><p>Sasha Bordell, Brian Pugh and Theresa Manney. </p><p> Councilmember Garrott moved and Councilmember Simonsen seconded </p><p>to close the public hearing and refer action to a future Council </p><p>meeting date. </p><p> Councilmember Christensen asked why they needed to defer this </p><p>item. Councilmember Garrott said the petition changed the zoning so </p><p>the owner could put in a drive-thru coffee shop. He said the Council </p><p>had struggled about whether they were meeting sustainability and </p><p>walkability goals because many drive-thru stayed open longer than the </p><p>lobbies of restaurants. He said when a person could not walk up to a </p><p>window for service that was biased towards people in cars. </p><p> Councilmember Christensen made a substitute motion. </p><p> Councilmember Christensen moved and Councilmember Turner seconded </p><p>to adopt Ordinance 53 of 2011 rezoning property located between 519 </p><p>and 574 North 300 West from Residential Mixed Use (R-MU) to Commercial </p><p>Business (CB) with the condition that the business may not exclude </p><p>bicycle, wheelchair and pedestrian customers from service during </p><p>business hours at the drive-thru window. As an alternative the </p><p>property owner may provide service through other means; for example, </p><p>walk up windows or lobby services to be open during the same business </p><p>hours as the drive-thru window and further move that the Council </p><p>direct Council staff to prepare an ordinance establishing this as a </p><p>requirement in all zones where drive-thru windows are allowed, which </p><p>motion carried, all members voted aye. </p><p>(P 11-9) </p><p> #3. RE: 7:23:05 PM Accept public comment and consider adopting an </p><p>ordinance closing a portion of Edmonds Place as a public street at </p><p>approximately 346 to 362 North (640 West) pursuant to Petition No. </p><p>PLNPCM2009-00591. The applicants plan for the proposed street right-</p><p>of-way is to use it as additional yard space that is currently being </p><p>used as a drive approach for 362 Edmonds Place. View Attachments </p><p>ftp://ftrftp.slcgov.com/attachments/08-23-11-C2.pdftre://?label="CouncilChambers"?datetime="20110823192305"?Data="e5de68ff"ftp://ftrftp.slcgov.com/attachments/08-23-11-A4-C3.pdf</p></li><li><p>PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH </p><p>TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 2011 </p><p>11 - 3 </p><p> Councilmember Garrott moved and Councilmember Turner seconded to </p><p>close the public hearing, which motion carried, all members voted aye. </p><p> Councilmember Christensen moved and Councilmember Turner seconded </p><p>to defer a decision until the next Council meeting, which motion </p><p>carried, all members voted aye. </p><p>(P 11-7) </p><p> #4. RE: 7:24:40 PM Accept public comment regarding an ordinance </p><p>to rezone property located at 2705 East Parleys Way from Community </p><p>Business (CB) to Community Shopping (CS) and change the East Bench </p><p>Community Master Plan Future Land Use Map to be consistent with the </p><p>proposed rezoning pursuant to Petition Nos. PLNPCM2010-00556 and </p><p>PLNPCM2010-00557. This action would facilitate demolition of the </p><p>existing structure on the property (a former Kmart store) and </p><p>construction of a new Walmart Supercenter. (Related provisions of </p><p>Title 21A, Zoning, may also be amended as part of this petition. </p><p>Petitioner Ballard Spahr LLP representing Walmart Store, Inc.) View </p><p>Attachments </p><p> The following spoke in opposition of the rezoning: Scott Kisling, </p><p>Suzanne Stensaas; Richard Kanner, MD; Cecilia Uriburu; Jaelene V. </p><p>Myrup; Jan Brittain; Judi Short; Bruce Duncan; Heidi Geuder; Bob </p><p>Neville; A. Rosalie Neville; Philip Carlson; Sarah Carlson; Linda </p><p>Frost; Carol Anderson; Douglas Stewart, Jr.; Leslie Stewart; Charles </p><p>Yeates; Terilyn Hansen Baucom; Charlene Durham; Travis Pearce, Kathy </p><p>Adams; Jeff Holbrook; Ken Bullock; Robin Bastar; Lori Koerner; Monica </p><p>Strong; Rawlins Young; Kenner Kingston; George Freach; Andrea Barrows; </p><p>Chad Whittaker; David Whittaker; Tyler Christenson; Donald Lewon; Jill </p><p>Burke; Camron Carpenter; Katherine Gardner; S. Robert Bereskin; Diane </p><p>Creamer; Julie Mulcock; Heather Barth; Jerry Bergosh; Tessa </p><p>Karrington; Kerry Simon; Jan Haug; Maureen Matheson; Kelsey Strong; </p><p>Brooke Karrington; Bret Jordan; Don Gren; Peter Barth and Mary Mabey. </p><p> The following submitted cards in opposition of the rezone: Isabel </p><p>Frech-Lopez; Pat Noall; David Noall; Jean Stringham; Valerie Nagasawa; </p><p>Curt Workman; Louis Barrows; Thomas Mark Thibadean; Susan Bollinger; </p><p>David and Andrea Moesser; Holli Young-Lords; Cherry Ridges; Jon Dewey; </p><p>Destiny Karrington; Jay Aldous; Susan Aldous; Sarah Nelson; Lori </p><p>Maness; Martha D. Shaub; Louisa Boswell; Marci Stone; Gregory Smith; </p><p>Cheryl Yeates; Suzanne Mellor; Larry Steven Killpack; Stephanie </p><p>Killpack; Michael Killpack; Robert Murdoch; Dennis Mansfield; Brian </p><p>Todd Christensen; Camille Christensen; James Ludloss; Thomas Lindgren; </p><p>Brent Mabey; Katie Barth; Kaye Terry; Robert Terry; Talmage Barth; </p><p>Karen Curtin; Aimee Evans; Heather Seals; Jodi Benson; Anne R. </p><p>Kaelberer; R.F. Kaelberer; Tyler Dansrud; Mark McGowan; Ellen Reddick; </p><p>Beth C. Lords; Susanne Wagner; Joan Kent Fife; Jason Cone; Chris </p><p>tre://?label="CouncilChambers"?datetime="20110823192440"?Data="4354d3c2"ftp://ftrftp.slcgov.com/attachments/08-23-11-C4.pdfftp://ftrftp.slcgov.com/attachments/08-23-11-C4.pdf</p></li><li><p>PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH </p><p>TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 2011 </p><p>11 - 4 </p><p>Rodgers; Kathleen Kingston; Robert and Diana Wray; Tim Hatch; Wayne </p><p>Lammle; Ariel Mumma; Joanne Anderson; Kent Anderson; Verabel Cluff; </p><p>Christine Zabawa; Kim Colby; John Butler; Joao Martins; Bill Wegesser </p><p>and Val E. Ludlow. </p><p> The following spoke in favor of the rezoning: Clark Wood; Grace </p><p>Sperry; Bill Bleak; Kevin Jones; Amy Carmen; Elaine Brown; Nancy Lou </p><p>Day; Carleen Wallace; Fred Fairclough, Jr.; Mike Jensen; Kirk Millson; </p><p>Katrina Stevenson; Chelsie Danielson; Shirlee Jean Coltrain; Estella </p><p>Brianne Rowley; Jonathan Williams; Jim Webster; Darla Thomas; </p><p>Kairistiona Lee; Hooper Knowlton; Florencio Lozoya; Michael Oakford; </p><p>Garrett A. Danielson; Coleen Salinas; Iqbal Sial and Christina </p><p>Coronado, Petitioner for Walmart. </p><p> The following submitted cards in favor of the rezone: William H. </p><p>Day; James Duke; Jared Murillo; John R. Snow; Michael Hansen; Virgia </p><p>Shearer; Donald Shearer; Keri Serjeant; Tara Nelson; Justin Matheson; </p><p>Keleigh Matheson; Steve Foxley; Meisha Jensen; Venice Jensen; Laraib </p><p>Sial; Yasmina Kloosterboer; Michael Russell; James D. Brown; Douglas </p><p>MacLean; Maurine S. MacLean; Frank Romano; Edna Romano; Elizabeth </p><p>Foxley; Ann M. Foxley; Randall Young; Barbara Parr; Diego Mogvovejo; </p><p>Enrico Y. Rivera Arenas; Zeryab Sial and Afras Sial. </p><p> The following submitted hearing cards: Zubaria Sial; Kirsti Reed; </p><p>Ashley Hanson; Jonathan Dickson; Gavin Harris; Irwin Thompson; Darlene </p><p>Hunter; Craig Hunter; Liz Diaz; Darla Thomas; Gloria Garwood; Julie </p><p>Jacoby; B. Jerry Jacoby and Wajahat Sial. </p><p> Councilmember Christensen moved and Councilmember Love seconded </p><p>to close the public hearing, which motion carried, all members voted </p><p>aye. </p><p> 9:52:38 PM Councilmember Love said she wanted to request that </p><p>Council staff provide some information to the Council before they vote </p><p>on the petition. She said this issue could be scheduled in the next </p><p>couple of weeks for a vote. </p><p>Councilmember Love moved and Councilmember Simonsen seconded to </p><p>refer a vote to a future meeting and have Council staff provide the </p><p>following information to the Council in a Work Session: a) review the </p><p>public comments that have been received and categorize major issue; b) </p><p>identify what the Council can legally consider for the rezone and </p><p>master plan amendment; c) clarify what can be done under the current </p><p>zoning as opposed to what could be done under the requested zoning; d) </p><p>was there a limit that Walmart could spend in remodeling under the </p><p>existing building ordinance and under the existing zoning; e) if </p><p>meeting the seismic code could allow for additional remodel dollars </p><p>tre://?label="CouncilChambers"?datetime="20110823215238"?Data="c53b8a4e"</p></li><li><p>PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH </p><p>TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 2011 </p><p>11 - 5 </p><p>under the existing zoning ordinance; f) if a gas station would be </p><p>allowed in the existing zone or with a rezone; and g) was the zoning </p><p>changed before or after Walmart purchased the property;. </p><p> 9:54:44 PM Councilmember Simonsen spoke to the motion. </p><p> 10:03:48 PM Councilmember Garrott spoke to the motion. </p><p> 10:04:27 PM Councilmember Love spoke to the motion. </p><p> Councilmember Penfold called for the question with a roll call </p><p>vote, which motion carried, Council Members Christensen, Turner, </p><p>Garrott, Love, Martin, Simonsen and Penfold voted aye. </p><p>(P 11-8) </p><p>QUESTIONS TO THE MAYOR FROM THE CITY COUNCIL 10:07:04 PM </p><p> Councilmember Turner thanked Mayor Becker for supporting the </p><p>events at Jordan Park and for his support of the Peace Gardens. </p><p> Councilmember Christensen said as he walked up Main Street the </p><p>construction barricades had been retracted surrounding Blocks 74 and </p><p>75. He said it would be nice to have music on Friday nights on Main </p><p>Street. </p><p> Councilmember Penfold said the people in his district appreciated </p><p>that North Temple was now open. He said it was ahead of schedule and </p><p>under budget. Mayor Becker said North Temple was still under </p><p>construction but businesses wanted people to shop on North Temple. </p><p>COMMENTS TO THE CITY COUNCIL 10:10:42 PM </p><p> John Allen Shaw spoke about not backing any public financed </p><p>development such as the hotel and convention center. Sarah Carlson </p><p>urged the Council and the Mayor to continue to look for solutions with </p><p>UTA to serve other areas of the City. Kerry Simon submitted a card in </p><p>favor of the Twilight Concert Series, the Farmers Market and movies </p><p>at the State Capitol. </p><p>CONSENT AGENDA 10:15:59 PM </p><p> Councilmember Garrott moved and Councilmember Simonsen seconded </p><p>to adopt the Consent Agenda, which motion carried, all members voted </p><p>aye. </p><p> #1. RE: Setting the date of Tuesday, September 6, 2011 at 7:00 </p><p>p.m. to accept public comment and consider adopting an ordinance </p><p>tre://?label="CouncilChambers"?datetime="20110823215444"?Data="54870cc9"tre://?label="CouncilChambers"?datetime="20110823220348"?Data="8523a3dc"tre://?label="CouncilChambers"?datetime="20110823220427"?Data="01dc598e"tre://?label="CouncilChambers"?datetime="20110823220704"?Data="d02e5088"tre://?label="CouncilChambers"?datetime="20110823221042"?Data="8bd32f65"tre://?label="CouncilChambers"?datetime="20110823221559"?Data="df6e75a5"</p></li><li><p>PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH </p><p>TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 2011 </p><p>11 - 6 </p><p>amending the Citys zoning regulations for wireless telecommunications </p><p>antennas, facilities and equipment pursuant to Petition No. </p><p>PLNPCM2010-0045. Changes include encourage co-location, clarify </p><p>screening requirements, include stealth antennas as permitted use and </p><p>provide a definition, clarify electrical equipment location, refine </p><p>area limits for wall/roof mounted antennas, remove conditional use </p><p>requirement for certain antennas, eliminate performance bond </p><p>requirement for abandoned facilities and remove utility pole height </p><p>restriction. Related provision of Title 21A, Zoning, may also be </p><p>amended as part of this petition. (Petitioner Mayor Ralph Becker). </p><p>(O 11-18) </p><p> #2. RE: Setting the date of Tuesday, September 6, 2011 at 7:00 </p><p>p.m. to accept public comment and consider adopting an ordinance </p><p>amending Salt Lake City Ordinance 50 of 2011 that adopted the final </p><p>budget of Salt Lake City, Utah for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, </p><p>2011 and ending June 30, 2012. (Budget Amendment No. 1) View </p><p>Attachments </p><p>(B 11-7) </p><p> #3. RE: Adopting Resolution 30 of 2011 appointing poll workers </p><p>for the 2011 Salt Lake City Municipal Election. View Attachments </p><p>(U 09-1) </p><p> #4. RE: Approving the appointment of Stephanie Jensen to the </p><p>Housing Trust Fund Advisory Board for a term extending through </p><p>December 30, 2012. </p><p>(I 11-5) </p><p> #5. RE: Approving the appointment of Casey OBrien McDonough to </p><p>the Business Advisory Board for a term extending through December 29, </p><p>2014. </p><p>(I 11-13) </p><p> #6....</p></li></ul>

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