NOTICE: First Reading: Ordinance to Control Litter and community Decay Within Carbon County; and Establishing Procedures for Its Enforcement

June 4, 2018

COMMISSIONERS’ PROCEEDINGS
June 4, 2018
Commissioners Robert ‘Pits’ DeArmond, Scott Blain, and Bill Bullock, and Administrative Assistant Angela Newell were present.
8:30 Pledge of Allegiance
8:35 Commissioners closed the meeting to discuss a personnel issue.
8:45 Commissioner Blain moved to accept the Clerk and Recorder’s Monthly Deposit Reconciliation for May 2018; Commissioner DeArmond seconded; motion carried.
Commissioner Blain moved to accept the Treasurer’s Cash Report for May 2018; Commissioner DeArmond seconded; motion carried.
9:00 Contract Planner Forrest Mandeville met with Commissioners regarding the Burrill Development Permit variance request regarding setbacks for an additional ADA unit. The Planning Board recommended denial of variance request as the lot had other uses without the variance being granted. Commissioner Blain having reviewed and considered the variance request, staff report, public comment, and all the information presented, move to deny the variance request for the Burrill Group 1 Development Permit, as the variance request does not meet the necessary criteria the variance to be granted; Commissioner DeArmond seconded; Commissioners agreed the smaller development be a better fit for the lot; motion carried.
Chuck Strum was in attendance to discuss the Jones Development Permit Variance Request. Forrest noted the only public comment received was in favor of the variance. The variance request is for a garage to be constructed approximately 17 feet from a plated and un-built cul-de-sac, instead of the required front setback of 30 feet. Commissioner Blain moved to conditionally approve Variance Request for the Jones Group 1 Development Permit as recommended by the Planning Board; Commissioner DeArmond seconded; motion carried.
9:30 Contract Planner Forrest Mandeville and Travis West from Engineering West met with Commissioners regarding the McClurg Subdivision Final Plat Approval. Forrest noted condition number five of the preliminary plat approval required an alternate fire fee be paid; with the recent changes to the Subdivision Regulations neither a dry hydrant nor an alternate fire fee are required. Commissioner Bullock asked if the Fire District was aware of the changes; Forrest noted Rural district was informed of meetings and was given an opportunity to participate. The developer paid the review fee to the district as outlined in the regulations, but the District was not very active in the process. Commissioner DeArmond moved to approve Final Plat of the McClurg Subdivision; Commissioner Blain seconded; motion carried.
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10:30 Commissioner DeArmond moved to approve Commissioners’ proceedings for May 7th and 10th; Commissioner Blain seconded with some corrections to name spellings; motion carried.
10:45 Commissioners discussed the architect report on Court House addition. The do not want to go through any additional expense for a full code/design evaluation. Commissioner Bullock recommends presenting as final punch list to try and get the project completed.

11:00 Public Health Emergency Preparedness Coordinator Stephanie Hanser met with Commissioners regarding the Public Health Lab Specimen Transport Plan. Commissioner DeArmond moved to approve the Public Health Lab Specimen Transport Plan as presented; Commissioner Blain seconded; motion carried.

11:10 Commissioner DeArmond noted Sheryl Ann Incorporated is again non-responsive regarding gravel crushing.

11:30 Commissioner Blain moved to approve Maternal Child Health Block Grant Agreement; Commissioner DeArmond seconded; motion carried.

12:00 Adjourned

Respectfully submitted: Angela Newell, Administrative Assistant