Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Provo City Council Work Session - April 7, 2015

Agenda  (Times have been added to the ends of the individual agenda items to help you find them in the video)
11:30 AM, Tuesday, April 7, 2015
  1. Training relative to the Emergency Operations Plan and Council Emergency Operations Handbook. (14-088) 0:19:10
  2. A discussion regarding a proposed moratorium on occupancy limitations within certain zones. 1:24:40
  3. A discussion on a Council Budget Committee recommendation for guiding principles related to User Fees and Council Budget Intent Statements. (14-092) 2:34:05
  4. A discussion and review of the proposed FY 2015-16 Capital Improvement Plan in accordance with Provo City Code 3.03.020. Capital Improvements. 3:30:48
  5. A discussion on various future funding alternatives, including local option transportation tax, Recreation, Arts, and Parks (RAP) tax, property tax and Utility Transportation Fund (UTF) alternatives and determination for Council priority. 3:51:28
  6. A report by the Mayor on upcoming items in development for the FY2015-16 budget. 4:06:13
  7. A discussion on the role and focus of the Council Budget Committee moving forward. 4:20:43
  8. A discussion on potential law enforcement tools - body cameras and license plate readers. 4:31:45
  9. IHC Health Services Inc., requests an ordinance amendment to Section 14.17B.080 to reduce required setbacks and to Section 14.17B.130 for parking setbacks and landscaping in the HCF (Health Care Facilities) zone to coincide with plans for the UVRMC replacement project located at approximately 1034 North 500 West and is located in the North Park neighborhood. City-wide impact. (15-0002OA) 4:55:40
  10. Closed Meeting

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