The North Logan City Council meet at 6:30 p.m. in the City Council Chambers (meeting room) at the North Logan Library, 475 E. 2500 North. Agenda items include the following:

• Considering a resolution stating the council’s intent to adjust the common boundary of North Logan and Logan city.

• Considering the concept plan of a 15-lot subdivision located at approximately 1640 North and 1200 East in the R-1-12 zone (Jean R. Nyman Trust, David Nyman Trustee working with Sierra Homes).

• Hearing budget presentations by the Community Development Departments, and the Parks, Recreation, and Cemetery Departments.

• Considering the approval for an exchange of title within the North Logan Marketplace Subdivision. A proposal has been made to combine three existing commercial lots (Lots 1, 2 and 4) into one lot.

• Conducting an executive session to discuss the acquisition of real property.

The Wellsville City Council will meet at 6 p.m. at the City Offices, 75 E. Main St. Agenda items include:

• Hearing public input.

• Hearing from representatives of the Child and Family Support Center to request the council adopt a resolution declaring April as National Child Abuse Prevention Month.

• Hearing a request from Cassie Hendry for a business license for a preschool.

• Hearing from county building Inspector Don Davis concerning the annual building inspection report for 2012.

• Conducting a public hearing at 6:30 to receive input, then consider for adoption a code amendment based on a request from Kody Maughan that the zoning map be amended to rezone property at 340 E. 200 South St. (tax ID #10-016-0019) and property at 396 E. 200 South St. (tax ID # 10-016-0020) from RA-1 to R-1-12.

• Discussing Jay Nielson’s role as city planner.

• Conducting a workshop and considering the recommendation of the Planning Commission that the code be amended on a request from SHHP LLC (Richard Knapp) that Title 10, Chapter 7, Recreational Planned Development (RPD) zone of the City Code to establish a definition for “Recovery REsort Treatment Facility” (RRTF) and allow said facilities as a conditional use.

• Conducting a workshop and considering the recommendation of the Planning Commission, then considering for adoption of a code amednment at a future meeting on a request that the City Code be amended to add a high density zone to Title 10, Chapter 6, Article F. RM-M Multiple-Family Residential zone.

• Discussing the existing elementary school.

• Hearing department reports.

• Hearing city manager and recorders reports.

The Smithfield Planning Commission will meet at 7 p.m. at 96 S. Main St. Agenda items include:

• Hearing resident input.

• Consenting the agenda and the minutes of the Feb. 20 Planning Commission meeting.

• Considering approval of the boundary adjustment request for the property belonging to the Bischoff Family Trust, Trustee Kenneth Bischoff, located at approximately 200 South and 50 West Parcel Nos. 08-073-0005 and 006. Zoned R-1-10.

• Hearing a request from Ryan Rodgers, an agent from North Ridge Development LLC, for approval of Phase Five, (40 lots) of the final plan for the Stone Haven Planned Unit Development, located at approximately 690-750 South and 100-150 East. Zoned RM (PUD) (Combined multiple family residential/planned unit development overlay zone).

• Hearing a request from Brooks Parker for approval of a Conditional Use Permit to allow a home based dog kennel permit for four dogs at 398 N. 100 East. Zoned R-1-10.

The Smithfield City Council will meet at 6 p.m. at 96 S. Main St. for a budget preparation meeting. The purpose of the meeting is for the members of the city council to give and receive input for the preparation of the fiscal year 2013-14 budget.

The Amalga Town Council will meet at 7 p.m. at 6590 N. 2400 West. Agenda items include:

• Approving the minutes from the prior council meeting.

• Hearing public comments.

• Discussing plans for the July 24 celebration.

• Meeting with representatives of the Amalga/Newton Justice Court for an update.

• Discussing a report from the Cache County Sheriff’s Department on law enforcement activities.

• Discussing the status of the Schreiber Foods water chlorination project.

• Discussing plans for upcoming summer projects for the town.

• Reviewing past utility accounts.

• Considering joining the Community Covenant program with the Utah National Guard.

• Considering approving a contract with Forsgren Associates for engineering work for the town.

• Hearing council reports.

• Hearing the mayor’s report.

• Reviewing and approving the current disbursements.


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