Daniel Town Planning Meeting
Wednesday 18 August 2010 at 7:00 p.m.
Wasatch County Services Building, Room 126
55 South 500 East
Heber City, Utah
Quorum present: Chairman Eric Bunker, Planning members Jaye Binkerd, Blaine Smith, and Gary Weight.
Planning member Barry Hobbs arrived at 7:10 p.m. Secretary Kathy-Jo Percy was present to record the minutes
and Ryan Taylor of Epic Engineering was there.
Chairman Bunker called the regularly scheduled meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.
- Public comment concerning any issue that is not on this agenda.
There was no public comment
- Swimming pool ordinance proposal. (Council requested)
The Daniel Town Council received an application for a swimming pool to be added to a residential
property. The members of the council requested that the Planning Commission devise a swimming pool
ordinance for the town and submit it to the Town Council for approval. We currently have a small swimming
pool ordinance which is basically a fencing ordinance. In preparation for devising this ordinance safety for our
town’s culinary water, cross connections, and septic systems were of prime concern. Councilman Gary Weight
looked at a few ordinances already in place in other towns. He thought that Minnesota had an ordinance that
was very clear and covered safety issues. It mentioned fencing, pool covers, lighting, and other safety items. It
would be a good plan to study in devising an ordinance for our town.
Councilwoman Jaye Binkerd volunteered to take the information given tonight and to work on an
ordinance proposal for the Board to review in the next meeting in September. She would also email drafts of the
ordinance to the other board members before the next meeting for their perusal and suggestions.
The application that was submitted to the Town Council will fall under the current ordinance.
- Jim McCleary Update (Teancum road area)
Chairman Bunker gave an update on Jim McCleary’s application for adding a restroom and other
accessory items to an existing agricultural building. They did furnish the deed restriction, which has been
recorded, and the “Stop work” order has been rescinded.
- Administrative issues. Permits, fees, planning actions, etc.
The town has received an annexation notice from Charleston for the Bingelli gravel pit which is
currently in the County. It is important to stay in touch with Charleston, to know what is happening that might
also affect us. The question was asked and answered that if we want to oppose this annexation it would have to
go before a boundary commission. There is one area connected to the gravel pit that also connects to the town
of Daniel. Commissioner Hobbs will look into one area to see if it is a separate parcel that we might be able to
annex into Daniel. It is a small parcel that would help to protect the town’s rural atmosphere. He will report his
findings to the Planning Commission at the September meeting.
No agricultural permits were issued this past month.
Work is progressing on the big barn located on the south side of 3000 South.
- Approval of 16 June 2010 minutes / report on council actions
Commissioner Hobbs moved to approve the minutes of 16 June 2010 with Commissioner Weight
seconding. The vote was unanimous and the motion carried.
One Council item that might be of interest is the Harry Wyendt property. Nothing has been happening
with this property so there is a question of whether or not to rezone it from commercial. The concept
development for the property has expired.
FYI: A letter will be going out this week that will deem a bldg non-agricultural. The owners will have to
come into compliance. If any action is taken on letters sent the Commission will be updated next month.
6- Motion to adjourn.
Commissioner Hobbs moved to adjourn the meeting with Commissioner Binkerd seconding. The vote
was unanimous and the motion carried.
Meeting adjourned at 8:05 p.m.
Secretary: Kathy-Jo Percy