Daniel Planning Meeting Minutes
Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at 7:00 PM
Wasatch County Services Building, Room 126
55 South 500 East, Heber City, UT
Remote Site: Electronic Meeting
A quorum is present: Chairman Bunker and Commissioners Rawlings, Weight, Skinner, McAllister were present.
Members of the public in attendance: Ryan Taylor with GDA Engineers, Gina Williams, Lisa Dungan, Russ Witt, Mike Johnson, Shelly Bunker. Secretary Keary Stephens.
1. Public Comments:
Gina Williams, questions and concerns on a lot in Storm Haven. Commissioner Bunker replied that he wasn’t aware of it being sold, no application for it. He did receive notice for Blue stake for soil. They will have to meet the current setbacks for a RA-5 Zone. Water hookup is current now and they don’t expect any problems with pressure.
2. Subdivision Approval and Recommendation to Council – Armstrong 2585 South Mill Road:
Commissioner Rawlings moved to recommend to the Town Council to that we approve the Subdivision for Armstrong as long as it meets the requirements. Commissioner Skinner seconded it. Vote was unanimous. Motion carried.
3. Commercial Plan Approval. Russ Witt, Daniel Crossing. 2885 South Mill Rd. Mike Johnson
Building 1 is the large building. Landscaping and utilities have all been addressed. Buildings 2, 3, 4, will be addressed in following years as demand becomes apparent.
Commissioner Weight moved to approve the Site Plan for Daniel Crossing referencing the Items on the T.O. Engineering Letter, that they be included as changes to the site plan. Commissioner McAllister seconded it. Vote was unanimous. Motion carried.
4. Approval for Phase 1 – Russ Witt – Utilities and Building 1 Daniel Crossing, Mike Johnson:
Mr. Johnson, We are building building 1 first and this building will have tenants that will be using it for a lot of years. It is a warehouse type of business with office space.
Commissioner Skinner moved to approve Phase 1 for Daniel Crossing pending final code review. Commissioner Rawlings seconds it. Vote was unanimous. Motion Carried
5. Commissioner Mark McAllister – Address the commission:
Commissioner McAllister declined to address the commission. He changed his mind on what he was needing.
6. Water Expansion Area. Recommendation to the Council. Ryan Taylor:
Ryan Taylor: Providing water to Charleston, why would we do that? We have received grants that have allowed us to do a couple of projects. There are a lot of things that need to happen that just aren’t happenings. In helping Charleston, it becomes a win win situation. What we get out of it is some funding to do some projects that I have been wanting to do for years but just didn’t have funding for. This venture would have to pay for itself.
Commissioner McAllister moved that we are against the Water Expansion at this time. Commissioner Rawlings seconded it. Commissioners Weight, Rawlings, McAllister, AYE: Commissioner Skinner Nay. Motion failed.
Commissioner Skinner moved that we continue to explore opportunities and to get more information: Motion died due to lack of second.
Commissioner McAllister moved that we have more Council Members present before we make another vote. So we have more discussion at that point. Commissioner Rawlings seconded it. Vote was unanimous. Motion Carried.
Vote moved to the next agenda.
7. Bush Agriculture Building. 2611 Cove lane.
Bush has building permit. They have put in for an agriculture building permit.
8. Larsen Remodel Permit approx. 300 E 3000 S
This is an extensive remodel permit.
9. Clyde Remodel Permit. 3300 S Daniel Road.
This is moving forward.
10. Planner Report:
The three previous items on the agenda.
11. Approval of the April 15th , 2020 Minutes:
Commissioner Weight moved to approve the minutes of April 15, 2020. Commissioner Rawlings Seconded. Vote was unanimous. Motion carried.
Commissioner Weight moved to adjourn the meeting. Commissioner McAllister seconded it. Vote was unanimous. Motion carried.