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Government action

Farmington

At its meeting Wednesday, the City Council:

- Held a public hearing and amended its street ordinance to allow for development of 16 lots in a subdivision on property owned by Harley Evans adjacent to Summerwood in the city's north end.

- Gave final approval to the first phase of development of The Jockey Club, an equestrian residential development of 72 units on 98 acres in west Farmington.

- Appointed Councilman Gary Elliott to the Utah League of Cities and Towns nominating committee.

- Appointed Councilwoman Pat Achter as the city's representative to the Tri-City Team, a coordinating group for Farmington, Fruit Heights and Kaysville.

- Approved an amendment to the city's beer ordinance creating a temporary license provision and approved an application by an Ogden restaurant and microbrewery to sell beer at the upcoming Davis County Fair.

West Bountiful

During its Aug. 1 meeting, the City Council:

- Discussed the status of the new City Hall. Council members announced that plans to tear down the old building and put a new one in its place will be delayed. Problems include the current water well, which may not have enough water needed for the new building, and the possibility of relocating City Hall on a new section of the land - leaving room for the city shops in the same area.

- Established a new candidate orientation meeting for the three positions that will be available in the next City Council election. The meeting will be held August 23 at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall.

Kaysville

In its Aug. 1 meeting, the City Council:

- Approved a request by the fire department to ban all outside burning in the city, except charcoal or pit fires, because of tall grasses and dry conditions.

- Received a tentative site plan on a new Albertsons store planned south of the post office.

- Set a public hearing for Tuesday, Sept. 5, 6:30 p.m. to consider Albertsons' request to vacate 100 South Street between 200 North and Main Street to accommodate more store parking.

- Granted preliminary approval to Lark Meadows subdivision and to Kingview Estates, phases four and five. Also granted final approval to Kingview Estates, phase five and also to Season subdivision, plat C.

- Authorized staff to study the expenditure for an asphalt path on 50 West to make it safer to children to walk to school. Reduced school busing has made 50 West a safety concern. A cost estimate for an asphalt path is $18,800.

- Reappointed Brent Hill to the city's recreation committee.

- Reappointed Marjorie Dixon to the city's board of adjustments, contingent on her wanting to serve another term.

Davis Energy Recovery

In its Wednesday meeting, the District board:

- Received an operations report for July. Revenues are expected to exceed $1 million, with 84 percent burn plant operating time and 16,681 tons of garbage received.

- Reported the August burn plant shutdown this year will include 26 special maintenance and repair projects at a cost of $339,000.

- Discussed an $82-per-ton tipping fee for commercial haulers to replace the current $62-per-ton fee. The new $10 household fee means residents are paying more than their share of waste disposal costs. Commercial fees need to be raised. The board will discuss the commercial fee more at its Sept. 6 meeting.