THE STATE OF UTAH
COUNTY OF SEVIER
CITY OF RICHFIELD
At the City Council
In and For Said City
April 14, 2020
 
Minutes of the Richfield City Council meeting held on Tuesday, April 14, 2020
at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Richfield City office building located at 75 East Center, Richfield, Utah. Mayor David C. Ogden presiding.

1. OPENING REMARKS
2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
3. ROLL CALL
4. RESOLUTION 2020-2 ELECTRONIC MEETINGS APPROVED
5. RESOLUTION 2020-3 INDUSTRIAL REVENUE BOND APPROVED
6. ALGER SUBDIVISION APPROVED
7. SUBDIVISION APPROVAL
8. LEASE APPROVAL
9. WATER RIGHTS APPROVAL
10. OTHER BUSINESS
11. EXECUTIVE SESSION
12. RECONVENE & ADJOURN
 
1. OPENING REMARKS were offered by Chief Trent Lloyd.
 
2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE was led by Councilmember Christensen.
3. ROLL CALL. Present: Bryan Burrows, Kathy Christensen, Todd Gleave, Kip Hansen, Connie Nielson, Mayor David Ogden, Michele Jolley. Absent: Mike Langston
 
4. RESOLUTION 2020-2 ELECTRONIC MEETINGS APPROVED. The Council reviewed Resolution 2020-2 establishing requirements for the City to conduct meetings electronically.
 
5. RESOLUTION 2020-3 INDUSTRIAL REVENUE BOND. The Council reviewed a resolution to issue industrial revenue bonds to be used to finance, construct and equip a certain expansion and improvements for CSS Composites. CSS is a manufacturing business that will help provide a mixture of skilled labor and a production crew. CSS will work closely with Snow College education for training employees as well. Motion: Adopt Resolution 2020-3 approving the issuance of industrial revenue bonds, Action: Adopted, Moved by Connie Nielson, Seconded by Kathy Christensen. Vote: Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (summary: Yea = 5). Yea: Bryan Burrows, Kathy Christensen, Todd Gleave, Kip Hansen, Connie Nielson.
 
6. ALGER SUBDIVISION APPROVED. The Council considered an application for a minor subdivision located at 563 West 500 South. Motion: Approve minor subdivision at 563 West 500 South, Action: Approved, Moved by Kathy Christensen, Seconded by Kip Hansen. Vote: Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (summary: Yea = 5). Yea: Bryan Burrows, Kathy Christensen, Todd Gleave, Kip Hansen, Connie Nielson.
 
7. CHRISTENSEN SUBDIVISION APPROVED. The Council reviewed plans for a 3-lot subdivision located at 700 East Center. The property is being broken up from a large piece of land into 3 lots. Kathy Christensen recused herself from voting as this is her property. Motion: Approve 3-lot subdivision at 700 East Center. Action: Approved, Moved by Bryan Burrows, Seconded by Connie Nielson. Vote: Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (summary: Yea = 4, Nay = 0, Abstain = 1). Yea: Bryan Burrows, Connie Nielson, Todd Gleave, Kip Hansen. Abstain: Kathy Christensen
 
8. HANGER LEASE APPROVED. The Council reviewed two hanger space leases for Matt Twitchell and John Draper. They are both going to lease a section of the City hangar. Payments will be made on a monthly basis. Motion: Approve hanger space leases for Matt Twitchell and John Draper, Action: Approved, Moved by Bryan Burrows, Seconded by Kip Hansen. Vote: Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (summary: Yea = 5). Yea: Bryan Burrows, Kathy Christensen, Connie Nielson, Todd Gleave, Kip Hansen.
 
9. WATER RIGHTS EXCHANGE APPROVED. A Water right purchase agreement for Dick and Patricia Brian has been proposed. Brayden Gardner joined our meeting and was allowed to speak. The Brian’s would like to trade 10-acre feet of underground water for surface water (10-acre feet for 32 shares of Sevier Valley Canal water). Dick Brian had the Division of Water Rights approve this. The Council’s approval is now needed for the last step. Mayor Ogden told the Council that this was a good trade. Water is hard to acquire. Motion: Approve a water right agreement, Action: Approved, Moved by Kathy Christensen, Seconded by Connie Nielson. Vote: Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (summary: Yea = 5). Yea: Bryan Burrows, Kathy Christensen, Connie Nielson, Todd Gleave, Kip Hansen.
 
OTHER BUSINESS. Todd Gleave walked the bike path tonight and even though the trail doesn’t look very good, the canal bank turned out really good. A concern was brought to him from a couple restaurants who are concerned that the Capital Burger food truck can do business when some of the local restaurants have been shut down.
 
10. MEETING ADJOURNED. At 8 p.m., Motion: Adjourn, Action: Adjourned, Moved by Kathy Christensen, Seconded by Connie Nielson. Vote: Motion carried by unanimous roll call vote (summary: Yea = 5). Yea: Bryan Burrows, Kathy Christensen, Connie Nielson, Todd Gleave, Kip Hansen.
PASSED and APPROVED this 9 day of June, 2020.

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