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What's Happening in Highland
Posted on: April 8, 2019
[ARCHIVED] City Council Brief
Click here for a brief on the most recent City Council Meeting.
See the complete Council brief at http://bit.ly/2U0CCm5. See a history of all council briefs at https://HC-CC-Briefs. The full agenda and audio is available at http://bit.ly/HC-agendas. For a voting history of all council motions click here http://bit.ly/HC-CC-Voting-History.
Council Brief for April 2:
- Unscheduled public appearances included the Mayor presenting a Recognition Award to Dr. Bill and Rusty Parker for their service in the community as well as comments from Alan Rencher, Michael Bronson, Lowell Nelson, Adam Gerulat, Brent Wallace, Sherry Kramer, Merrill Frost, Vanessa Moody, Carley Tall, Natalie Ball, and Doug Cortney.
- City Council approved the meeting minutes from March 5, 2019
- City Council approved the adoption of a new Highland City Municipal Code for Applicant Background Checks
- City Council approved the reappointment and consultant contract for Vaughn Pickell as the Highland City Appeal Authority
- City Council approved amendments to the Interlocal agreement with Utah County on the 4800 West Project
- City Council approved the surplus and disposal of personal public property and equipment
- City Council approved amendments to be made to the Mountain Ridge Park Master Design
- City Council approved the conditional use permit for Spring Creek Park
- City Council postponed the discussion of a code adoption for Short Term Rentals indefinitely
- City Council postponed the discussion of the adoption of a Municipal Transient Room Tax indefinitely
- Mayor/Council and Staff discussion and communication items
- City Recorder Cindy Quick provided options for the 2019 Election. Council directed staff to pursue a contract with Utah County for Vote by Mail
- Mayor Mann provided an update regarding the Interlocal Agreement for Lone Peak Public Safety due to Cedar Hills leaving the Fire District on July 1. He felt the formula dictating how costs are allocated should be changed and looked at as a District rather than station by station.