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City Council Agenda Follow-Up

June 18, 2018

 
CALL TO ORDER/FLAG SALUTE/ROLL CALL  
PUBLIC COMMENT INFO ONLY
CONSENT AGENDA

Councilmember G. Hansen moved, and Councilmember Taylor seconded, to approve the consent agenda. MOTION CARRIED 7-0.

 

APPROVED

 

CAPITAL PROJECTS UPDATE INFO ONLY
PUBLIC HEARING: Skyview Ridge Street Vacation Ordinance

In the early 2000’s, two subdivisions were being developed, South Douglas Division 1 and Skyview Ridge. The City required realignment of the intersection of Douglas and Church as a condition of development in order to improve driver safety. The property to be vacated is indicated on the preliminary plat, which was approved by the City Council at the time the proposals were originally presented. Denial of the vacation would result in the loss of one buildable lot and would make it difficult to meet the current zoning density requirements.

Councilmember Watson moved, and Councilmember G. Hansen seconded, to approve the agenda bill. MOTION CARRIED 7-0.

 

 

 

APPROVED

ORDINANCE: Acquisition of 2076 Washington Street

The City is proposing to purchase the house at 2076 Washington Street in order to make room for a future roundabout. If the purchase is unsuccessful, this ordinance provides the City with the authority to take the property by eminent domain. It also allows the seller to forego the real estate excise tax payment, which served as an incentive for him to sell the property to the City. The two adjoining houses have recently been purchased by the City, and 2076 Washington is the final property that needs to be acquired to assure room for a roundabout.

Councilmember G. Hansen moved, and Councilmember Xczar seconded, to approve the agenda bill. MOTION CARRIED 7-0.

 

 

 

 

 

APPROVED

 

CLOSED RECORD PUBLIC MEETING: Bungalows PUD

The Bungalows Planned Unit Development (PUD) consists of 76 single family lots on two adjacent parcels totaling approximately 25 acres, addressed as 5434 Shields Road and 1385 Smith Way. It is designed as a 55+ adult community and includes open spaces, trails, a green belt, and associated infrastructure. This PUD has received a recommendation of approval from the Hearing Examiner, following a public hearing.

Councilmember Taylor moved, and Councilmember Watson seconded, to approve the agenda bill. MOTION CARRIED 7-0.

 

 

 

APPROVED

 

 

 

 

DISCUSSION: Downtown Catalyst Incentive Program

This intent of this program is to spur downtown development. A vibrant downtown core represents a broad public purpose by enhancing community identity, by providing goods, services, and shopping opportunities in close proximity to one another, and by maintaining a compact, mixed-use area where residents may live, work, shop, and play. To incentivize downtown development, this program allows the City to waive all administrative, impact, and connection fees for up to three mixed-use development projects that meet certain criteria. City staff is seeking input from the Council as to the specific parameters, and anticipate bringing a formal incentive program for Council’s consideration to a meeting in the near future.

 

 

 

DISCUSSION ONLY

 

MAYOR REPORTS/COMMENTS

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COUNCIL REPORTS/COMMENTS

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ADJOURNMENT: Meeting was adjourned at 7:29 p.m.  

 

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