TOWN OF CIRCLEVILLE MINUTES
June 9, 2022
The regular meeting of the Circleville Town Council was called to order at 7:03PM by Mayor Cordell Pearson. Council Members attending were: Shane Robinson, Shirl Fox, Stacie Gass, and Kristi Westwood. Mekeisia Westwood, Town Clerk was also in attendance.
Public attendees were: Paul Wayman, Kirk Fullmer, Chris Fullmer, Rex Waddington, Paul Gottfredson, Kim Pack, and Michael Naser.
Mayor Pearson led the pledge and Kristi offered the prayer to open the proceedings. Shirl made a motion to approve the minutes from the May 12, 2022 meeting. Stacie seconded, and the motion passed unanimously.
A public hearing was opened for the FY2023 Budget. The budget was looked over last meeting. Shirl made a motion to accept the FY2023 budget. Kristi seconded, and the motion passed unanimously.
Paul Gottfredsen was in attendance asking for a new water meter. He owns property on the north end of town. He is hooked onto Josh Sudweeks meter. For the time, he will purchase his own meter at his property and still run water through Josh’s meter. They would figure out the difference and pay for the water used based on usage. He is going to buy his own meter and work things out with Josh.
The mayor called on those not on the agenda. There were none.
Michael Naser was in attendance to discuss the new water project update. The placement of the new well was discussed. The new well will be placed west of the canal and north of the cemetery. The Forest Service has been contacted for the redevelopment of the Cottonwood Springs waterline. The BLM will have to be worked with for the water line that crosses their ground.
The Planning and Zoning Commission had a Public Hearing earlier and passed the General Plan. The Board will take the month to look at that and pass it in the July meeting.
Short-Term Rentals were discussed next. There is no ordinance that pertains to Short-Term Rentals at the present time. The Board had access to Piute County’s new ordinance and Panguitch City’s ordinance. The Board will look at these ordinances and the topic will be discussed in the July meeting.
The SLFRF funds were discussed next. There is about $27,500 leftover from these funds. The Board discussed different options for these funds. One option for this was cement at the new town park. Another option would be lights for the new town building. One bid has been submitted for the new lights. Another bid will be needed.
The 4th of July was discussed next. It will be held on Monday, July 4th. The theme is “America the Beautiful”. There will be a parade, program, dinner, races, midway, bingo, and games, a 3-on-3 basketball tournament, and end the day with fireworks.
Consideration for and adoption of a Parameters Resolution authorizing the issuance Parity Water Revenue Bonds of Circleville Town and calling of a public hearing to receive input the respect to the issuance of such Bonds and any potential impact to the private sector from the construction of Project. Shane made a motion to pass the resolution, and Shirl seconded. The motion passed unanimously.
The Mayor opened the floor to the Departments.
Water Department: Water restrictions were discussed next. The pump has been running since mid-April. It is recommended that the north side of Highway 89 water on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The south side of Highway 89 water on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. There should be no watering between 10am and 6pm.
Parks & Recreation/Economic Development: The final sod was laid at the new town park. The Town Board would like to thank those that helped lay that sod. The Forest Service is in the process of replacing the bathrooms at Birch Creek.
Planning & Zoning/Cemetery: The grant has been applied for to fix the cemetery fence.
Road Department: The Town Board would like to purchase a tractor and mower. Shirl is going to get two different bids for these tractors for the July meeting.
The bills and budget variance reports were presented and reviewed by the council. Shirl made a motion to approve the bills and budget variance reports and adjourn; Shane seconded, and the motion passed unanimously. The meeting was adjourned at 8:53PM.
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