Meeting Packet 01-26-21 V(2)

NOTICE AND AGENDA

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE MEMBERS OF THE HILDALE CITY PLANNING COMMISSION AND TO THE PUBLIC, THAT THE PLANNING COMMISSION WILL HOLD A WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING AS PART OF THE REGULAR MEETING ON TUESDAY, 26th DAY OF JANUARY 2021, AT 320 EAST NEWEL AVENUE, HILDALE, UTAH 84784 AT 6:30 PM MDT.

THIS MEETING WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC USING THE FOLLOWING LINKS:

https://www.facebook.com/hildalecity/live/

https://zoom.us/j/98128720907?pwd=R0RVbFpuMnhsZGcwR2x3WC96cVJoQT09

Meeting ID: 981 2872 0907

Passcode: F135EY

PUBLIC COMMENTS MAY BE EMAILED TO ERICD@HILDALECITY.COM

 

Pursuant to Utah Code § 52-4-207(4), there will be no anchor location for this meeting. Please see the text of the order at the end of this posting for more information.

 

 

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA

  1. CALL TO ORDER
  2. ROLL CALL
  3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
  4. PUBLIC COMMENT
  5. DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ON APPROVING MEETING MINUTES FOR OCTOBER 15, 2020 AND OCTOBER 27, 2020
  6. PUBLIC HEARING
    1. CONSIDER POSSIBLE AMENDMENTS TO THE HIDALE CITY LAND USE ORDINANCE RELATING TO:
      1. SEPARATION (DISTANCE) INCREASE FROM REHABILITATION FACILITIES. THE RELEVANT CODE SECTIONS MAY INCLUDE, WITHOUT LIMITATION, HCC §§ 152-46-6(C).
      2. INCREASE THE MAIN BUILDING MAXIMUM HEIGHT, IN COMMERCIAL ZONES. THE RELEVANT CODE SECTIONS MAY INCLUDE, WITHOUT LIMITATION, HCC §§ 152-15-2.
  7. GENERAL PLAN UPDATE
  8. NEW COMMISSION BUSINESS
    1. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ON TEXT AMENDMENT TO THE HIDALE CITY LAND USE ORDINANCE SUBMITTED BY JOHN BARLOW TO AMEND HC CODE 152-46-6c EXTENDING SEPARATION REQIREMENTS BETWEEN RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT FACILITIES FROM ONE THOUSAND (1000) FEET TO FIVE THOUSAND (5000) FEET.
    2. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ON TEXT AMENDMENT TO THE HIDALE CITY LAND USE ORDINANCE SUBMITTED BY JOHN CRAWFORD, AS AGENT FOR DON TIMPSON, TO AMEND HC CODE 152-15-4, TABLE 152-15-2 CHANGING MAXIMUM BUIDING HEIGHT OF HIGHWAY COMMERCIAL ZONE FROM THIRTY-FIVE (35) FEET TO FIFTY-FIVE (55) FEET.
    3. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ON SITE PLAN REVIEW FOR HD-SHCR-4-37, 1280 WEST UTAH AVE.
    4. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ON SITE PLAN REVIEW FOR SOUTH ZION INN & SUITES, 750 NORTH STATE STREET.
  9. ADJOURNMENT

 

This City, along with the State of Utah and the rest of the world, is currently being impacted by Novel Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), which as found by the Utah Department of Health in State Public Health Order 2020-27 “has and continues to spread and cause serious illness and death to Utah residents, threatening public health and wellness throughout the state.” As of this date, Washington County remains designated a high transmission area. The County has had 18,066 confirmed cases of COVID-19, and 156 COVID-related deaths. The ongoing public health situation requires careful attention to the safety of public council meetings, to protect the health of our residents, our public officials, and our staff.

 

Because of the demonstrated effectiveness of face masks and physical distancing in reducing the spread of COVID-19, the Department of Health has ordered that all individuals be required to observe these measures in public settings, which includes public meetings. We have encountered significant resistance to this requirement from some members of the public, which is reflective of public attitude among a significant portion of the people living and working in our area. While we respect the diversity of points of view that are a wonderful part of any democratic society, it remains that we owe a responsibility to protect the wellbeing of all members of the public. The small size and poor ventilation of our meeting facilities unfortunately make it impossible to ensure appropriate physical distancing for more than approximately 20 people, including public officials and staff.

 

Ordinarily, when conducting public meetings electronically, we are required to establish an anchor location where members of the public may attend, monitor and participate in the electronic meeting. Pursuant to Section 52-4-207(4) of the Utah Code, I determine on the basis of the facts described above that conducting the meeting with an anchor location presents a substantial risk to the health and safety of those who may be present at the anchor location. Consequently, for the duration of this order, electronic meetings of the Hildale City Council may be convened and conducted without an anchor location, and the language of this Order shall be included in any public notices and read at the beginning of each meeting.

 

This determination and Order shall expire 30 days after the date hereof.