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Utah County

In its May 7 meeting, the County Commission is expected to:

- Adopt a new building-use policy, building use application form, insurance application form and contract for use in leasing Utah County facilities, including the historic County Courthouse.

- Approve and enact an ordinance amending sections of the Utah County Diesel Vehicle Emissions Inspection/Maintenance Program.

- Discuss establishing a 911 surcharge fund.

- Sign an amendment to a contract with the state Department of Human Services, Division of Substance Abuse, which will allow the division to carry forward $132,000 in federal prevention and treatment grant dollars.

- Take action on the Pehrson Subdivision, Plat A, including acceptance of an improvement bond and dedication of county roads at 2400 West and 6000 South.

- Accept a proposal from IHC Health Plans Inc. to renew a health plan agreement for Utah County employees and receive a guarantee that rates for 1998 will be no more than 5 percent more than those for 1996.

The meeting will start at 9 a.m. at the Utah County Administration Building, 100 E. Center, Provo.

Pleasant Grove

At its May 7 meeting, the City Council is scheduled to:

- Present high school cultural arts awards.

- Consider a request to hold country dancing at the city rec-reation building every Friday night.

- Consider a request from Electric Lightwave for a franchise agreement to provide telephone service.

- Approve an agreement to renovate the old Bell School.

- Report on Mountainland Association of Governments lawsuit settlement.

- Appoint a temporary deputy city recorder.

The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the Pleasant Grove City Library meeting room, 30 E. Center St.

Nebo School District

In its May 8 meeting, the Board of Education will:

- Consider and possibly adopt a resolution authorizing the sale of up to $30 million in bonds if the May 7 bond election passes.

- Recognize the Teacher of the Year.

The meeting will begin at 6 p.m. at the Nebo School District administration building, 350 S. Main, Spanish Fork.


In its May 7 meeting, the planning commission will:

- Consider the planned residential developments of Summit Hills-Falcon Ridge in Alpine's northwest area proposed by Tom Ballard and Sue Taylor. The two projects, which may total from 28 to 35 lots, are being considered together.

- Review standards for trails, including surfaces, fencing and where to locate trail heads.

- Consider a final plat of five lots in the 66-lot Silverleaf Estates subdivision in Alpine's midtown area.

- Review the fourth and fifth phases of a preliminary plat for Westfield Oak subdivision of 26 lots on the city's west side.

- Discuss the transfer of development rights in an effort to preserve the hillsides. The transfer could consider density tradeoffs with flat land.

The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in Alpine City Hall, 20 N. Main St.

Spanish Fork

In its May 7 meeting, the planning commission will:

- Consider a preliminary plat map to split lots off the property where Albertsons supermarket sits at 800 North and 800 East to build shops.

- Consider a rezoning request for Margot Bingham to enable her to convert her home to a duplex.

- Review the draft zoning law.

The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 40 S. Main St.


In its Tuesday meeting, the City Council will:

- Hear a presentation from the U.S. Forest Service regarding a new management plan for American Fork Canyon.

- Consider a request to waive the city's 25 percent density rule for Arlan Ostergaard for a reapplication of a triplex that was earlier rejected. The site is at 300 W. 500 North.

- Consider request to waive the 25 percent density rule for Glenn Arnell, 245 W. 400 South, and Clyde Ashton, 60 N. 400 West, for accessory apartments.

- Consider a request to waive a street slope design standard for Kirkland Estates, 1100 E. 150 South, to a 14 percent slope.

- Review the preliminary budget for the 1996-97 fiscal year.

- Review the city's drug-free workplace policy.

The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the City Council chambers, 383 E. Lakeview Road.

Government action

Utah County

In its May 1 and May 2 meetings, the County Commission:

- Approved a beer license for the Triple C Convenience Store in Elberta.

- Closed the 1995-96 budget without increasing appropriations for the Community Action Fund. As it stands, the county will have $50,000 to disperse from the fund for cities.

- Approved Lake Mountain Estates, Plats A and B, which includes 50 five-acre homes on the northwestern end of Utah Lake.

- Approved Cedar Pass Ranch Subdivision, Plats C, D, E, F and G, which includes nearly 40 homes near Fairfield.

- Adopted an ordinance that establishes property-tax sales procedures for Utah County.

- Set May 21 at 8 a.m. for a West Utah Lake Special Service District meeting.