Below is a summary of the Draper City Council Meeting held June 2, 2020. To view the meeting documents and listen to the archived meeting, click here.
Stevens Lot Zoning Map Amendment (13755 S Shadow Mountain Ln): APPROVED
Applicant Bryan Flamm is requesting the RA2 zoning designation for the property located at approximately 13755 Shadow Mountain Lane. The applicant is seeking a change in zoning designation from RA1 to RA2 (Residential Agricultural, 20,000 ft² lot minimum) with the intention of purchasing the north half of the subject property then obtaining an amended subdivision plat approval to include the purchased property as part of his property in Kennington Ct.
Tentative Budget for Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2021: APPROVED
The public had the opportunity to make a comment on Draper City’s tentative budget for fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, prior to its adoption. The proposed budget is maintaining the current revenue amount collected from property taxes with no tax increase. The rates for water, storm water and solid waste utilities will remain the same. In addition, there are no new city staff requests and no new capital projects proposed, only existing projects. The budget includes a $2.7 million reduction to the general fund due to projections of reduced revenues from COVID-19. Reductions include decreased operating expenses such as no employee merit increases and reduced travel.
Eminent Domain Actions to Acquire Property: ITEM CONTINUED TO JUNE 16 CITY COUNCIL MEETING
Request to file eminent domain actions to acquire real property for the purpose of widening and improving Lone Peak Parkway. Two properties remain to be acquired for the Lone Peak Pkwy Widening Project between 11400 S and 12300 S. These are owned by Harbert MSB Lone Peak Campus and Utah Power & Light Company.
Vacancy on the Traverse Ridge Special Service District Administrative Board: ITEM CONTINUED TO JUNE 16 CITY COUNCIL MEETING
This action was to fill a mid-term vacancy and appoint a member to the administrative control board. Three candidates were interviewed at the city council meeting. It was determined to not make a decision until the June 16 City Council meeting to allow for Councilmember Fred Lowery to have a vote on the matter since he was absent from the meeting.