|February 28, 2012|
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE
CITY COUNCIL OF PLEASANT
February 28, 2012
The public meeting was held in the city office at 520 West Elberta Dr. in Pleasant View, Utah, commencing at 6:01 P.M.
MAYOR: Doug Clifford
COUNCILMEMBERS: Scott Boehme
Jerry Burns (absent)
STAFF: Melinda Brimhall Laurie Hellstrom Bruce Talbot Scott Jackson
VISITORS: Terri Stephenson Jo Thompson
Kris Adams Cody Craven
Youth Council Sharon Clifford
Eliot Casperson Mrs. Casperson
Heather Brimhall Hailey Brimhall
Ashlynn Brimhall Jeff Hill
Dru Ann Hill Robert Crockett
Kristen Crockett Carly Crockett
Kent Jorgenson Bruce Cardon
Pledge of Allegiance: Mel Marker
Opening Prayer, Reading or Expression of Thought: Mel Marker
Comments/Questions for the Mayor & Council for items not on the agenda.
None were given.
Motion was made by CM Boehme to accept the minutes of February 14, 2012 and the bills of Pleasant View City. 2nd by CM Mileski. Voting Aye: CM Boehme, CM Humphreys, CM Marker, and CM Mileski. Motion passed.
1. Open House – Meet the new City Administrator.
2. Consider canceling or changing the times of the March 13, 2012 City Council Meeting to accommodate caucus night meetings. (Presenter: Melinda Brimhall)
Motion was made by CM Boehme to cancel the March 13, 2012 City Council Meeting in lieu of attendance at the causus meetings and to hold March 14, 2012 in reserve if needed. 2nd by CM Mileski. Voting Aye: CM Boehme, CM Humphreys, CM Marker, and CM Mileski. Motion passed.
3. Refund PEHP’s health plan’s ‘Payment Holiday’ credit to contributors. (Presenter: Melinda Brimhall)
Melinda Brimhall: it is straight forward. According to state code refunds are given back according to the contribution made. I have also talked with Mike Houtz, City Attorney. Refund amounts will depend on the employee’s program, either a 5% or 10% contribution plan. There are 17 employees with health care and most employees are on the 5% plan. I am recommending strict interpretation of the Utah State Code.
Motion was made by CM Mileski to pay the employees back in a single payment the amount they paid into the health plan from PEHP’s ‘Payment Holiday’. 2nd by CM Humphreys. Voting Aye: CM Boehme, CM Humphreys, CM Marker, and CM Mileski. Motion passed.
4. Residential subdivision approval on property located at approximately 1400 West Mountain Orchard Drive (3200 N). Applicant: Cody Craven. (Presenter: Bruce Talbot)
Bruce Talbot: one lot is being created at the end of a master planned road that would curve and continue toward HWY 89. The impact of completing the road falls upon the property owner. We are considering a deferral agreement. There will be hammerhead turnaround and curb and gutter on both sides and asphalt up to the home. The deferral is for the complete road. Mayor Clifford: the sewer line goes across the lot. Bruce Talbot: there is a public utility easement over the line. CM Mileski: is the applicant okay with everything in the agreement? Cody Craven: yes. Mayor Clifford: the city will only maintain the road to the end of the improved road.
Motion was made by CM Boehme to approve the subdivision on property located at approximately 1400 West Mountain Orchard Drive (3200 N) along with the deferral agreement on public improvements and subject to staff recommendations. 2nd by CM Mileski. Voting Aye: CM Boehme, CM Humphreys, CM Marker, and CM Mileski. Motion passed.
Melinda Brimhall: CM Burns and I attended the Youth Council meeting. We taught them about our process and the meeting process. The damage caused by North Ogden City has been repaired. CM Mileski: there needs to be no parking signs along the walking path. The council received Melinda Brimhall’s informational memo.
Mayor Clifford: Scott Jackson was chosen to be on the Utah Board of Juvenile Justice. I have told Jo Thompson that WACOG funding for 600 W is getting close.
The council received the financial report for the month of January.
Adjournment: 8:07 P.M.