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  • PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH

    TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 2011

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    The City Council of Salt Lake City, Utah, met in Regular Session

    on Tuesday, August 23, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. in Room 315, City Council

    Chambers, City County Building, 451 South State.

    The following Council Members were present:

    Carlton Christensen Van Turner Stan Penfold

    Jill Remington Love Luke Garrott Soren Simonsen

    J T Martin

    Cindy Gust-Jenson, Executive Council Director; Lynn Pace, Deputy

    City Attorney; Mayor Ralph Becker; David Everitt, Mayors Chief of

    Staff; and Beverly Jones, Deputy City Recorder; were present.

    Councilmember Love presided at and Councilmember Penfold

    conducted the meeting.

    OPENING CEREMONY

    #1. 7:12:04 PM The Council led the Pledge of Allegiance.

    #2. 7:12:35 PM Councilmember Turner moved and Councilmember

    Simonsen seconded to approve the Salt Lake City Council minutes for

    August 9, 2011, which motion carried, all members voted aye. View

    Attachment

    (M 11-3)

    PUBLIC HEARINGS

    #1. RE: 7:15:03 PM Accept public comment and consider adopting an

    ordinance closing and vacating an alley as a public right-of-way

    adjacent to property located at 1575 South State Street pursuant to

    Petition No. PLNSUB2011-00004. (Salt Lake Community College is

    requesting the vacation of a north to south alley to allow for the

    integration of the alley into the existing South City Campus parking

    lot located at approximately 123 East 1700 South). View Attachments

    Councilmember Love moved and Councilmember Turner seconded to

    close the public hearing, which motion carried, all members voted aye.

    Councilmember Love moved and Councilmember Turner seconded to

    adopt Ordinance 52 of 2011, which motion carried, all members voted

    aye.

    (P 11-6)

    #2. RE: 7:16:12 PM Accept public comment and consider adopting an

    ordinance to rezone property located between 519 and 575 North 300

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  • PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH

    TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 2011

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    West from Residential Mixed Use (R-MU) to Commercial Business (CB)

    pursuant to Petition No. PLNPCM2011-000096. This action would allow

    office uses and a coffee shop with a drive-thru window to be located

    in the existing building. These uses are not permitted in the

    Residential Mixed Use zoning district. (Petitioner Howa Capital,

    LLC) View Attachments

    J.R. Howa, representing Howa Capital, said the drive thru as well

    as inside seating would be open during the same hours.

    The following submitted hearing cards but did not wish to speak:

    Sasha Bordell, Brian Pugh and Theresa Manney.

    Councilmember Garrott moved and Councilmember Simonsen seconded

    to close the public hearing and refer action to a future Council

    meeting date.

    Councilmember Christensen asked why they needed to defer this

    item. Councilmember Garrott said the petition changed the zoning so

    the owner could put in a drive-thru coffee shop. He said the Council

    had struggled about whether they were meeting sustainability and

    walkability goals because many drive-thru stayed open longer than the

    lobbies of restaurants. He said when a person could not walk up to a

    window for service that was biased towards people in cars.

    Councilmember Christensen made a substitute motion.

    Councilmember Christensen moved and Councilmember Turner seconded

    to adopt Ordinance 53 of 2011 rezoning property located between 519

    and 574 North 300 West from Residential Mixed Use (R-MU) to Commercial

    Business (CB) with the condition that the business may not exclude

    bicycle, wheelchair and pedestrian customers from service during

    business hours at the drive-thru window. As an alternative the

    property owner may provide service through other means; for example,

    walk up windows or lobby services to be open during the same business

    hours as the drive-thru window and further move that the Council

    direct Council staff to prepare an ordinance establishing this as a

    requirement in all zones where drive-thru windows are allowed, which

    motion carried, all members voted aye.

    (P 11-9)

    #3. RE: 7:23:05 PM Accept public comment and consider adopting an

    ordinance closing a portion of Edmonds Place as a public street at

    approximately 346 to 362 North (640 West) pursuant to Petition No.

    PLNPCM2009-00591. The applicants plan for the proposed street right-

    of-way is to use it as additional yard space that is currently being

    used as a drive approach for 362 Edmonds Place. View Attachments

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  • PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH

    TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 2011

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    Councilmember Garrott moved and Councilmember Turner seconded to

    close the public hearing, which motion carried, all members voted aye.

    Councilmember Christensen moved and Councilmember Turner seconded

    to defer a decision until the next Council meeting, which motion

    carried, all members voted aye.

    (P 11-7)

    #4. RE: 7:24:40 PM Accept public comment regarding an ordinance

    to rezone property located at 2705 East Parleys Way from Community

    Business (CB) to Community Shopping (CS) and change the East Bench

    Community Master Plan Future Land Use Map to be consistent with the

    proposed rezoning pursuant to Petition Nos. PLNPCM2010-00556 and

    PLNPCM2010-00557. This action would facilitate demolition of the

    existing structure on the property (a former Kmart store) and

    construction of a new Walmart Supercenter. (Related provisions of

    Title 21A, Zoning, may also be amended as part of this petition.

    Petitioner Ballard Spahr LLP representing Walmart Store, Inc.) View

    Attachments

    The following spoke in opposition of the rezoning: Scott Kisling,

    Suzanne Stensaas; Richard Kanner, MD; Cecilia Uriburu; Jaelene V.

    Myrup; Jan Brittain; Judi Short; Bruce Duncan; Heidi Geuder; Bob

    Neville; A. Rosalie Neville; Philip Carlson; Sarah Carlson; Linda

    Frost; Carol Anderson; Douglas Stewart, Jr.; Leslie Stewart; Charles

    Yeates; Terilyn Hansen Baucom; Charlene Durham; Travis Pearce, Kathy

    Adams; Jeff Holbrook; Ken Bullock; Robin Bastar; Lori Koerner; Monica

    Strong; Rawlins Young; Kenner Kingston; George Freach; Andrea Barrows;

    Chad Whittaker; David Whittaker; Tyler Christenson; Donald Lewon; Jill

    Burke; Camron Carpenter; Katherine Gardner; S. Robert Bereskin; Diane

    Creamer; Julie Mulcock; Heather Barth; Jerry Bergosh; Tessa

    Karrington; Kerry Simon; Jan Haug; Maureen Matheson; Kelsey Strong;

    Brooke Karrington; Bret Jordan; Don Gren; Peter Barth and Mary Mabey.

    The following submitted cards in opposition of the rezone: Isabel

    Frech-Lopez; Pat Noall; David Noall; Jean Stringham; Valerie Nagasawa;

    Curt Workman; Louis Barrows; Thomas Mark Thibadean; Susan Bollinger;

    David and Andrea Moesser; Holli Young-Lords; Cherry Ridges; Jon Dewey;

    Destiny Karrington; Jay Aldous; Susan Aldous; Sarah Nelson; Lori

    Maness; Martha D. Shaub; Louisa Boswell; Marci Stone; Gregory Smith;

    Cheryl Yeates; Suzanne Mellor; Larry Steven Killpack; Stephanie

    Killpack; Michael Killpack; Robert Murdoch; Dennis Mansfield; Brian

    Todd Christensen; Camille Christensen; James Ludloss; Thomas Lindgren;

    Brent Mabey; Katie Barth; Kaye Terry; Robert Terry; Talmage Barth;

    Karen Curtin; Aimee Evans; Heather Seals; Jodi Benson; Anne R.

    Kaelberer; R.F. Kaelberer; Tyler Dansrud; Mark McGowan; Ellen Reddick;

    Beth C. Lords; Susanne Wagner; Joan Kent Fife; Jason Cone; Chris

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  • PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH

    TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 2011

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    Rodgers; Kathleen Kingston; Robert and Diana Wray; Tim Hatch; Wayne

    Lammle; Ariel Mumma; Joanne Anderson; Kent Anderson; Verabel Cluff;

    Christine Zabawa; Kim Colby; John Butler; Joao Martins; Bill Wegesser

    and Val E. Ludlow.

    The following spoke in favor of the rezoning: Clark Wood; Grace

    Sperry; Bill Bleak; Kevin Jones; Amy Carmen; Elaine Brown; Nancy Lou

    Day; Carleen Wallace; Fred Fairclough, Jr.; Mike Jensen; Kirk Millson;

    Katrina Stevenson; Chelsie Danielson; Shirlee Jean Coltrain; Estella

    Brianne Rowley; Jonathan Williams; Jim Webster; Darla Thomas;

    Kairistiona Lee; Hooper Knowlton; Florencio Lozoya; Michael Oakford;

    Garrett A. Danielson; Coleen Salinas; Iqbal Sial and Christina

    Coronado, Petitioner for Walmart.

    The following submitted cards in favor of the rezone: William H.

    Day; James Du