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AGENDA
SUMMIT COUNTY COUNCIL

Wednesday, May 5, 2021

NOTICE is hereby given that the Summit County Council will meet electronically, via Zoom, on Wednesday, May 5, 2021,

 (All times listed are general in nature, and are subject to change by the Council Chair)

Consistent with provisions of the Utah Open and Public Meetings Act, Utah Code Ann. §52-4-207(4), the Summit County Council Chair has issued written determinations supporting Summit County Council's decision to convene electronic meetings of the Council without a physical anchor location. Due to the health and safety risks related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and considering public health orders limiting in-person gatherings, members of the public should not attend Council meetings in person. However, members of the public are invited and encouraged to view and participate in the Council's electronic meetings as described below.

To view Council meeting, live, visit the “Summit County, Utah” Facebook page at 2:50 p.m.

OR

To participate in Council meeting: Join Zoom webinar: https://zoom.us/j/772302472

 OR

To listen by phone only: Dial 1-301-715-8592, Webinar ID: 772 302 472

2:00 PM Closed Session - Security (20 min); Litigation (20 min)

2:40 PM - Council Members log into Zoom meeting (10 min)

2:50 PM Work Session

1)    Pledge of Allegiance

2)    2:55 PM - Discussion regarding Conviction Integrity Unit in Summit County; Margaret Olson (10 min)   Policies and Procedures and Panel Member Bios      Presentation

3:05 PM Convene as the Board of Equalization

1)    Discussion and possible approval of applications for exclusive use property tax exemptions for 501(c)(3) organizations; Jared Brooks and Kenny Jacobsen (25 min)    Staff Report

Dismiss as the Board of Equalization

3:30 PM Consideration of Approval

1)    Discussion and possible approval of Proclamation 2021-11, Declaring May 2021 “Mental Health Awareness Month”; Deanna Rhodes (10 min)    Proclamation 2021-11

2)    3:40 PM - Discussion and possible adoption of Resolution 2021-05, a Resolution of the County Council of Summit County, Utah (The “Issuer”) Authorizing the Issuance and Sale of Not More than $8,800,000 Aggregate Principal Amount of Special Obligation Sales Tax Revenue Bonds, Series 2021; Fixing the Maximum Aggregate Principal Amount of the Bonds, the Maximum Number of Years Over Which the Bonds May Mature, the Maximum Interest Rate Which the Bonds May Bear, and The Maximum Discount from Par at Which the Bonds May be Sold; Delegating to Certain Officers of the Issuer the Authority to Approve the Final Terms and Provisions of the Bonds Within the Final Terms and Provisions of the Bonds Within the Parameters Set Forth Herein; Providing for a Public Hearing and the Publication of a Notice of Public Hearing and Bonds to be Issued; Providing for the Running of a Contest Period; Authorizing and Approving the Execution of a General Indenture and Supplemental Indenture, a Bond Purchase Agreement, and Other Documents Required in Connection Therewith; Authorizing the Taking of All Other Actions Necessary to Consummation of the Transactions Contemplated by this Resolution; and Related Matters; Matt Leavitt, Brian Baker, and Randy Larsen (20 min)     Staff Report and Resolution No. 2021-05

3)    4:00 PM - Continued discussion and possible approval of Ordinance No. 912, an Ordinance Creating Section 10-2-17 The Neighborhood Mixed Use Zone (NMU-1) in the Snyderville Basin Development Code; Pat Putt, Peter Barnes and Ray Milliner (45 min)     Staff Report and Ordinance No. 912

4)    4:45 PM - Continued discussion and possible approval of Ordinance No. 913, an Ordinance Amending the Snyderville Basin Development Code Sections 10-3 and 10-2 of the Snyderville Basin Development Code Creating a Master Planned Development (MPD) Process that will be Required for Projects that Include: a Rezone, Ten Residential Units or More, or Commercial, Retail, Office, Public, Quasipublic, Mixed-Use or Industrial Uses, at Ten Thousand Square Feet or More; Pat Putt, Peter Barnes and Ray Milliner (45 min)    Staff Report and Ordinance No. 913

5)    5:30 PM - Council Minutes dated March 31, 2021, and April 21, 2021

6)    5:35 PM - Council comments

7)    5:50 PM - Manager comments

6:00 PM Public Input

If you would like to submit comments to Council, please email by 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 5th.  If you wish to interact with Council at 6:00 p.m., for public input, please follow the “Public Comment Instructions”.

6:00 PM Joint Meeting

1)      Joint meeting with the Snyderville Basin Planning Commission regarding General Plan/Development Code status report, and review of schedule; Pat Putt (60 min)    Staff Report

Members of the County Council, presenters, and members of public, may attend by electronic means, using Zoom (phone or video).  Such members may fully participate in the proceedings as if physically present.

Individuals with questions, comments, or needing special accommodations pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act regarding this meeting may contact Annette Singleton at (435) 336-3025

Posted:  April 30, 2021