AURORA CITY PLANNING COMMISSION


AURORA CITY PLANNING COMMISSION
MEETS EVERY 1ST THURSDAY
MONTHLY
(UNLESS CANCELED FOR ANY REASON)
7:00 PM
AURORA CITY OFFICE COUNCIL CHAMBERS






Members-     Julia Quarnberg -Chairman  

                        Wayne Bennett-  
                        Elaine Brown-  
                        Richard Van Dyke- 
                        Joanne Shaw-
                        Nancy Kennedy
                        Kent Mickelsen- 

Public Notice

AURORA CITY PLANNING COMMISSION

May, 2018

NOTICE AND AGENDA

Notice is hereby given that on Thursday 3, 2018 the planning commission will hold its regular meeting at 7:00 p.m.  The meeting will be held in the city council chambers of the city office building, located at 20 South 120 East, Aurora, Utah.

The Planning Commission Meeting as follows:

1-      Expression of choice: Clint Johnson

2-      Roll Call and statement of notice given

3-      Review and motion to approve minutes of the April 5, 2018 meeting.

4-      Review any new building permits

5-      Review Section 15 – Land Use Section of the new Aurora City Ordinance Book

6-      Consider any other business of the public.

7-      Expression of Choice: Joanne Shaw

Dated this 27th day of April, 2018

_________________

Clint Johnson, Recorder

  ** In compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act, individuals needing special accomodations (including auxiliary communicative aids and services) during this meeting should notify Clint Johnson , City Recorder, at 529-7643, at least two days prior to the meeting.

 

 

Aurora City Planning Commission

April 5, 2018

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AURORA CITY

PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING

APRIL 5, 2018

FINAL

 

 

Planning Commission Vice-Chairman Nancy Kennedy welcomed everyone to the meeting at 6:58 pm.  Vice-Chairman Kennedy noted that the time, place and agenda for the meeting had been placed on the Utah Public Notice website, the Aurora City website (auroracity.org), placed at the U.S. Post Office Building and the Aurora City Office Building.  A notification had also been sent to the Salina Sun via the public notice website.  Each member of the planning commission had also received a hand delivered copy of the agenda at least two days prior to the meeting.  Elaine Brown offered an opening expression of choice.

 

PRESENT:        BOARD MEMBER:  NANCY KENNEDY

                        BOARD MEMBER:  RICHARD VAN DYKE

                        BOARD MEMBER:  KENT MICKELSEN

                        BOARD MEMBER:  WAYNE BENNETT

                        BOARD MEMBER:  JOANNE SHAW

 

 

STAFF PRESENT:  BOARD SECRETARY CLINT JOHNSON

 

EXCUSED:        PLANNING COMMISSION CHAIRMAN:  JULIA QUARNBERG

                        BOARD MEMBER:  ELAINE BROWN

VISITORS:  NIEL AND ROBIN ANDERSON, DALE COATES AND PAM DEARDEN

 

1-      APPROVAL OF MINUTES

 

The planning commission reviewed the minutes of the March 1, 2018 meeting. 

 

Board Member Richard Van Dyke moved to approve the minutes of the March 1, 2018  meeting. Board Member Kent Mickelsen seconded the motion.  Board Members Kennedy, Van Dyke, Bennett, Mickelsen and Shaw voted to approve the motion.

 

2-      BUILDING PERMITS

 

Aurora City Planning Commission

April 5, 2018

Page 2

 

The planning commission reviewed two building permits.  One of the permits was construction of an addition to the shop of Mason Diesel Service.  The second permit was a shed being constructed by Kim Curtis.

 

  1.   SECURITY TRAINING

 

Mr. Johnson received some security training at a conference he had attended in Salt Lake

City at the end of March.  Mr. Johnson showed the planning commission the training and

they reviewed some of the security measures surrounding planning commission meeting.

 

  1.   PARKING PASSES – AURORA CITY PARKING ON PUBLIC PROPERTY ORDINANCE  DISCUSSION

 

Mr. Johnson had informed the planning commission prior to the meeting that at the last city council meeting, an idea about selling parking passes to help regulate truck parking throughout the community was discussed.  The city council wanted the planning commission to think through some of the issues involved in implementing such a program.  The planning commission discussed the pros and cons of such a program and determined that they would not support such a program.  Many felt that it raised too many issues and questions about enforcement and ability to run such a program.   All of the visitors to the planning commission meeting were vocal in their opposition to such an ordinance and anything to do with regulating truck parking within the city limits.  The planning commission determined that they would like to return the ordinance to the city council stating that they stand behind the ordinance, with a few changes, and needed direction from the city council as to which direction that they would like to proceed.

 

5. CONTINUED WORK ON SECTION 15 OF AURORA CITY ORDINANCES

 

The planning commission spent the remainder of the meeting continuing work on the Section 15 of the Aurora City ordinances.

 

6. ADJOURNMENT-

 

The planning commission finished their work at 9:00  pm and Nancy Kennedy gave closing expression of choice.

 

 

 

_________________________________   Date Approved

 

 

_________________________________   Planning Commission Chairman

 

 

_________________________________   Secretary