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PROVO MUNICIPAL COUNCIL
Work Meeting Agenda
1:30 pm, Tuesday, May 3, 2022
Meeting information updated on May 2 to remove a work meeting agenda item and adjust the start time for the meeting.
Work Meetings are designed to be a less formal venue for discussion among Council Members. Generally, no public input is taken during the meeting.
A discussion regarding Sierra Vista Way extension road at Mountain Vista Business Center. (22-042)
Sierra Vista Way extension road at Mountain Vista Business Center - Street vacation, property surplus, inter local boundary line adjustment, UDOT access modification. The redevelopment of the former Ironton property has been taking place for the last 20 plus years. The City has secured a matching grant to build a road from the roundabout at Mountain Vista Parkway to SR 75 or 1400 North in Springville. This final stretch of road, approximately 3/4 of a mile long, has some complications at the southern end. In order to connect a City street to the UDOT right of way (SR 75) there are multiple access points that need to be consolidated into one location. This will also result in some remnant parcels of property that currently belong to Provo City and the Provo City Redevelopment Agency. These parcels of ground will be on the east side of the road and will act effectively as nuisance strips because of the narrowness, length and inability to be developed as stand alone parcels. As the City is requesting cooperation with three additional property owners, working out the details of timing, compensation and construction is a complicated matter.
(This item was removed from the agenda)
A discussion regarding the construction of Fire Station 1 on the City Center parcel. (22-043) The administration wants to discuss the possibility of cost savings by moving forward with the construction of Fires Station 1 on the City Center parcel now. This would mean that construction of Fire Station 1 would happen outside of the redevelopment of the City Center Parcel.