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West Point

In its Jan. 11 meeting, the City Council:- Held a public hearing and approved the rezoning of 2.37 acres just south of the intersection of 300 North and 3500 West from agricultural to commercial. The rezoning is needed to construct a clubhouse and parking lot for the proposed Schneiter's Bluff at West Point Golf Course, set to open in the spring of 1995.

- Voted to support the proposal for a junior college in Davis County in Clearfield near 1200 West and U-193.

- Approved sending a warning letter to a resident who has a front yard fence higher than is allowed by city ordinance in lieu of using the city attorney at this time.


In its Jan. 11 meeting, the City Council:

- Appointed Lynn Weston to fill the two-year council term left vacant when Carol Bellmon was elected mayor. The new council member was chosen from 18 applicants.


In its Jan. 11 meeting, the City Council:

- Adopted the council meeting schedule for 1994 with meetings to be held on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at 7 p.m.

- Approved a solid-waste collection contract for city residents with Robinson Waste of Riverdale, effective next month. The company will replace Clearfield's city service. Clearfield is quitting the garbage-hauling business.

- Awarded final approval to Jacobs Well subdivision, 35 lots at 2525 S. 1000 West.


In its Jan. 11 meeting, the City Council:

- Recognized Wilma Bowen's work as a volunteer for the past nine years on the city parks and recreation commission.

- Honored Nathan Gerrard who completed a tree inventory of all parks in the city for his Eagle Scout project. Assisted by other Scouts, he catalogued 650 trees.

- Set a public hearing for Tuesday, Jan. 25, 7:10 p.m., to discuss forming a committee to remove gang-related graffiti in the city.

- Set a public hearing Tuesday, Jan. 25, 7:30 p.m., on ideas for Community Block Grant Development projects in the city.

- Held a public hearing and approved an ordinance providing traffic control from the city police department to the Freeport Center on a 90-day trial basis.

- Authorized the hiring of two additional full-time police dispatchers and reducing the number of part-time dispatchers from four to two.

- Hired Smith Capital Markets, a division of Zions First National Bank, to assist the city in developing a city bond initiative for its proposed recreation complex.


In its Jan. 11 meeting, the City Council:

- Approved a property rezone at 1350 W. 2300 North from agricultural to residential.

- Voted to support the Syracuse site for a proposed junior college in Davis County.

- Reappointed Brian Hansen to the Planning Commission. Two other commission positions still need to be filled.

- Approved Tartan Ridge subdivision, 1520 N. 2000 West, and Lori Estates, phase 2, 540 N. 1500 West.

- Discussed sewer hookups by some West Point residents to the Clinton city sewer system. Apparently West Point never paid the approximately $61,000 for these hookups and the council wants the city to look into recouping those costs.

- Tabled approval of Covington Park subdivision, phase 1, and Clifford Estates, phase 4.