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South Salt Lake:
City Council

Entity: South Salt Lake

Body: City Council

Subject: Elections Budgeting

Notice Title: City Council Meeting

Notice Type: Meeting

Event Start Date & Time: April 28, 2021 07:00 PM

Event End Date & Time: April 28, 2021 09:00 PM


South Salt Lake City Council
                                                    REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

Public notice is hereby given that the South Salt Lake City Council will hold a Regular Meeting on Wednesday, April 28, 2021 in the City Council Chambers, 220 East Morris Avenue, Suite 200, commencing at 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible. The meeting can be viewed on Ustream. The link can be found on the City Council page on the City's website

Conducting: Shane Siwik
Council Chair: Sharla Bynum

Opening Ceremonies
1.	Welcome/Introductions						Shane Siwik
2.	Serious Moment of Reflection		 			Portia Mila
      No Action Comments
1.	Scheduling 								City Recorder
2.	Citizen Comments/Questions    
a.	Response to Comments/Questions
    (at the discretion of the conducting Council Member)
3.	Mayor Comments
4.	City Attorney Comments 
5.	City Council Comments
6.	Information 
a.	South Salt Lake Crime Watch					Chief Carruth
b.	Columbus Center Renaming Update				Edward Lopez

Action Items
Unfinished Business 
1.	Consideration of and possible recommendation to		Alex White 
Approve First Amended and Restated Development 
for the MODA-S Townhomes

2.	Consideration and Possible Adoption of the Process and 	Alex White
Criteria the City will use to Evaluate a Petition to Create 
a new Public Infrastructure District 

3.	A Resolution of the City of South Salt Lake City Council 		Jason Taylor
Adopting the Water Conservation Plan prepared Summer 
of 2020

4.	A Resolution of the City of South Salt Lake City Council 		Craig Burton
Approving the Interlocal Agreement between South Salt
Lake City and Salt Lake County for the County to Conduct
Primary and General Municipal Elections for 2021

5.	An Ordinance of the South Salt Lake City Council 		Josh Collins
Repealing and Replacing Chapter 12.38 as part of
an ongoing effort to Reorganize Regulations, Codify
Plain Language, and Modernize Provisions of the 
South Salt Lake Municipal Code 

New Business
1.	Presentation of Tentative Budget for Fiscal  Year 2021/2022		Kyle Kershaw
a.	Acceptance by Council of Each Fund of Tentative Budget
    for Fiscal Year 2021/2022
b.	Set Public Hearing date to Receive Public Comment on
Proposed 2021/2022 City Budget

2.	An Ordinance of the City of South Salt Lake City Council Amending 	Alex White
20 Sections of Title 17 to Clarify Certain Provisions, Amending 
Errors Resulting from the Comprehensive Recodification of Title 17, 
Amending the Code to Comply with New State Code References, 
Adopting a New Townhome Overlay District within Title 17, modifying 
all Townhome References within Title 17, and Amending the Zoning Map 
to include the Newly Established Townhome Overlay District

3.	Presentation on Municipal Alternative Voting Method Pilot Program, 	Natalie Pinkney
Otherwise known as Ranked-Choice Voting and discussion by the 
Council on the City's participation in the Pilot Program for the 2021 
Municipal Election

  	Motion for Closed Meeting
Closed meeting held pursuant to Utah Code Annotated, 1953, as amended, Sec. 52-4-204, Sec. 52-4-205 (1) (d) and (e), et seq. for the following purposes: Strategy Session to discuss the sale, purchase, exchange or lease of real property


  	 Posted April 23, 2021

Those needing auxiliary communicative aids or other services for this meeting should contact
Craig Burton at 801-483-6027, giving at least 24 hours' notice.

Citizen Comments/Question Policy
Time is made available for anyone in the audience to address the Council and/or Mayor concerning matters pertaining to City business.  When a member of the audience addresses the Council and/or Mayor, he or she will come to the podium and state his or her name and address.  Citizens will be asked to limit their remarks/questions to five (5) minutes each.  In meetings during which numerous individuals wish to comment, the time for all citizen comments may be limited to three (3) minutes each, at the discretion of the conducting Council Member. The conducting Council Member shall have discretion as to who will respond to a comment/question.  In all cases the criteria for response will be that comments/questions must be pertinent to City business, that there are no argumentative questions and no personal attacks.  Some comments/questions may have to wait for a response until the next regular council meeting.  The conducting Council Member will inform a citizen when he or she has used the allotted time.  Grievances by City employees must be processed in accordance with 
adopted personnel rules.

Notice of Special Accommodations:

NOTICE OF SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION DURING PUBLIC MEETINGS In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, individuals needing special accommodations (including auxiliary communicative aids and services) during this meeting should notify Craig Burton at 483-6027, giving at least 24 hours' notice.

Notice of Electronic or telephone participation:

Council Members may participate in the meeting via telephone communication. If a council member does participate via telephone communication, the council member will be on speaker phone. The speaker phone will be amplified so that the other council members and all other persons present in the council chambers will be able to hear all discussions.

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This notice was posted on: April 23, 2021 02:38 PM
This notice was last edited on: July 16, 2021 02:43 PM

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