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PROVO MUNICIPAL COUNCIL
Work Meeting Agenda
12:00 pm, Tuesday, July 26, 2022
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 resolution approving an Interlocal Agreement for the use of surplus water. (22-060)
When the South Utah Valley Solid Waste District was formed and Bayview Landfill was created, Provo City allowed the landfill to use part of a Provo City water right for dust suppression and other uses at the landfill. Since then the Northern Utah Environmental Resource Agency (NUERA) has assumed responsibility for the landfill, and a formal agreement relating to the use of the Provo City water right at the landfill is required. In exchange for use of the water right NUERA is allowing Provo City to stage biosolids from the water reclamation plant prior to land application for agricultural purposes.
Ordinance regarding a Zone Map Amendment from the A1.1 (Agricultural) zone to the R1.8 (One Family Residential) zone in order to build a single-family residence, located approximately at 1595 West 600 South. Sunset Neighborhood. PLRZ20220191
The applicant is requesting a rezone from the existing agricultural A1.1 zone to a residential R1.8 zone to accommodate a single-family building lot. The existing parcel does not meet the minimum lot size requirements for the A1.1 zone. The parcel was divided from a larger parcel that did not go through the subdivision process to establish a legal lot. The new owner of the parcel would like to build a home on the land but can’t do this until the lot is legally subdivided. Since the parcel is smaller than the minimum one-acre lot size of the A1.1 zone, the applicant is requesting a residential zone where a lot can be legally created. Planning Commission recommended approval with conditions.
An ordinance amending the zone map classification of approximately 32.6 acres of real property, located at 3701 W Center Street, from Agricultural (A1.10) to Airport Industrial (AI) and authorizing a related development agreement. Provo Bay Neighborhood. (PLRZ20210263)
The applicant is requesting approval to rezone the two properties from Agricultural (A1.10) to Airport Industrial (AI) to allow for three new warehouse buildings to be constructed. The proposed rezone will consist of two parcels totaling approximately 32.6 acres of land. The parcels will be bisected by a public street. The proposed rezone is supported by the Southwest Area Future Land Use Map that calls for “Airport Compatible Industrial/Commercial.” Planning Commission recommended approval.
A presentation regarding the development of a new Mixed-Use Zone. (22-062)
Planning staff will be discussing the reason for the development of a new mix-use zone and answer previous questions the Council raised regarding the zone's regulations.