**Due to an ongoing spike in COVID-19 cases, Summit County Council will move to remote meetings throughout the month of January. This decision was made to reduce the risk of COVID-19 spread via public gatherings and to protect County staff during a busy month of county operations. Remote meetings may be extended beyond January, based on the duration and severity of the current COVID-19 surge.**
VIRTUAL ATTENDANCE INFO.
To view Council meeting, live, visit the “Summit County, Utah” Facebook page at 2:25 p.m.
To participate in Council meeting: Join Zoom webinar: https://zoom.us/j/772302472
To listen by phone only: Dial 1-301-715-8592, Webinar ID: 772 302 472
1:35 PM Closed Session - Security (30 min); Personnel (10 min)
2:15 PM - Switch to separate Zoom meeting (10 min)
2:25 PM Work Session
Pledge of Allegiance (5 min)
2:30 PM - Legislative update; Janna Young (20 min)
2:50 PM Convene as the Governing Board of North Summit Fire Service District
Discussion and possible adoption of Bylaws of the Administrative Control Board; Michelle Andersen and Ryan Stack (10 min)
Dismiss as the Governing Board of North Summit Fire Service District
3:00 PM Consideration of Approval
Discussion regarding Arts and Culture 2022 Work Plan and Department of Heritage and Arts Update; Approval of Summit County Certified Local Government Commission members; Dan Compton and Joe Frazier (30 min)
3:30 PM - Discussion and possible approval of property tax abatement request for Parcel SU-B-39, Joel and Christine Becker; Stephanie Poll (15 min)
3:45 PM - Discussion and possible approval or writing off amounts on personal property accounts that are no longer in business, and Assessor’s Office is unable to collect; Karen West (30 min)
4:15 PM - Review the revised Summit County Precincts and approve the 2022 Precinct Map; Eve Furse, Amy Price, and Dave Parry (15 min)
4:30 PM - Discussion and possible adoption of Ordinance No. 924, an Ordinance Amending the Eastern Summit County Development Code Sections 11-6: General Regulations, 11-3-16: Chart of Allowed and Permitted Uses and Appendix A: Definitions Creating Regulations Allowing Solar Energy Systems. The purpose of the amendment is to create regulations that would allow the use of solar energy systems on private property; Madlyn McDonough and Ray Milliner (60 min)
5:30 PM - Council Minutes dated December 15, 2021, December 17, 2021, January 5, 2022, and January 12, 2022 (5 min)
5:35 PM - Council comments (15 min)
5:50 PM - Deputy Manager comments (10 min)
6:00 PM Public Input
Public comment is for any matter not on the Agenda and not the subject of a pending land use application. If you would like to submit comments to Council, please email email@example.com by 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 19th. If you wish to interact with Council at 6:00 p.m., for public input, please follow the “Public Comment Instructions”.