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On the agenda

Alpine City Council

In its Tuesday, Feb. 27, meeting, the Alpine City Council will:

- Consider a proclamation of support for the American Red Cross designating March as Red Cross Month.

- Review preliminary plans for the Shingle Mill subdivision, a four-lot development that borders the city cemetery on 600 North.

- Review water tank and road issues for the Falcon Ridge and Summit Hills subdivisions on the west side. Falcon Ridge is a proposed eight-lot subdivision, while Summit Hills has 29 lots. Both are on steep terrain.

- Consider a new ordinance finalizing the annexation of 153 hillside acres in the eastern mountains. The acreage is considered environmentally sensitive.

- Discuss safety and insurance issues regarding artifacts in the Moyle Park Museum.

Utah County Commission

In its Tuesday, Feb. 27 meeting, the County Commission is expected to:

- Sign a contract and certificate of local authority between RB&G Engineering Inc. and Utah County for design or redesign of five bridges in Utah County.

- Set the date and time for a public hearing on the implementation of an enhanced emissions and inspections program for Utah County.

- Sign service agreements with York International for air-conditioning units located in the Utah County Jail - for $1,641 - and the Historic County Courthouse - for $3,211.

The meeting starts at 9 a.m. at the Utah County Administration Building, 100 E. Center, Provo. It is open to members of the public.

In its Wednesday, Feb. 28, public hearing meeting, the Utah County Commission will:

- Hold a public hearing on a proposed agricultural protection area requested by Bud Shepherd and Sons Poultry Farm in Lake Shore. If established, that area would protect the farm from condemnation proceedings or other government actions for up to 30 years.

That meeting will start at 6 p.m. at the Utah County Administration Building, 100 E. Center, Provo. It is open to members of the general public.

Alpine Board of Education

In its Tuesday, Feb. 27, meeting, the Alpine School Board will:

- Hold a public hearing for parents to bring their concerns to board members.

- Along with the Alpine Foundation, recognize staff members and other individuals involved with Aspen Elementary School for their contributions to public education.

- Hear a presentation from Utah Department of Transportation officials regarding highway planning within the district.

- Entertain a presentation on the status of the district's Reading Recovery program.

That meeting will start at 6 p.m. at Aspen Elementary, 945 W. 2000 North, Orem. It is open to members of the general public.

Government action

Utah County Commission

In its Tuesday, Feb. 20, meeting, the Utah County Commission:

- Adopted an interlocal cooperation agreement between Utah County and Murray, which authorizes the city to issue a portion of its $95 million in revenue bonds on behalf of the county. Those bonds are intended to finance land acquisition for and construction of as many as 19 new health-care facilities by Intermountain Health Care Health Service Inc.

- Approved by consent the supportive housing program sub-recipient agreement between Community Action Services and the Utah County Health Department, the Women, Infants and Children lease/rental agreement renewal for the Payson clinic, advertising agreements with KSL Radio and the Apollo Radio Group for a total of $15,000 and a landscaping design agreement for the Training School Road project with DRCA Associates Inc. in the amount of $2,950.

- Continued discussion on a contract for $1,500 for initial studies on a project for the Nebo Loop Scenic Byway Corridor.

- Signed an extension on an oil and gas lease on property in the Salt Lake base and meridian for $529.

- Reappointed Ron Clark and Cordell Roy to the Utah Valley Visitors and Convention Bureau Advisory Board for terms that will expire Jan. 31, 1999.

- Appointed Commission Chairman Jerry Grover and Lance Hale to terms on the administrative control board of the Utah County Solid Waste Special Service District that will expire Jan. 31, 1999, and appointed William Johansen to a term on the service district board that will expire Jan. 31, 1997.