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Government action


In its May 22 meeting, the City Council:

- Approved agreements with Sprint to locate a personal communications antenna on a tower currently being built at 200 S. Bountiful Blvd. by Western PCS, and to build a tower at the new police courts building next to City Hall for location of a second antenna. Sprint will allow the city to use the tower for its police radio communications, and will eventually transfer ownership of the tower to the city.


In its May 28 meeting, the City Council:

- Donated $500 to the Clearfield Senior Citizen's Club.

- Approved the increase of $1 a month in sewer rates, effective July 1.

- Approved the city's prospective budget and set a public hearing for June 11, 7:30 p.m. for final budget approval.

- Appointed Geraldine Enis as the city's justice pro tem to handle conflict-of-interest cases with Judge Sandburg.

- Approved the final site plan for Rose Garden subdivision, 150 units, at 300 N. 500 West.


In its May 28 meeting, the City Council:

- Held a public hearing on the proposed installation of a secondary water system in the city. An overflow crowd attended the meeting. A second public hearing is June 11, 7:30 p.m.

- Authorized the city to get a bid on modifications to the current city building to meet American Disability Act requirements. The old building will serve as police department headquarters.

- Approved the rezone of land at 1350 W. 2100 North from agricultural to residential.

- Turned down a request for a one-half acre lot planned unit development in a suburban area. The council favors a one-acre lot size.

- Set Saturday, June 8, 8 a.m. as special community planting day for the landscaping around the new City Hall.


In its May 28 meeting, the City Council:

- Set two public hearings for June 25 on rezone requests and another for July 9 on an annexation petition. Set June 11 as a date to adjust the current city budget and approve next year's budget.

- Discussed adding a flower garden or sculpture in the center of the city's central park, instead of a more expensive water foundation.

- Approved Country Bluff Estates, phase two, 10 lots at 2200 S. Bluff Road.

- Approved Jacob's Well, phase four; Banbury Place, phases four, five and six; and Silver Lakes Estates, phases four and five.

West Point

In its May 28 meeting, the City Council:

- Received a sheriff's report for April. There were 443 patrol hours, four arrests and 26 cita-tions.

- Approved the installation of a four-way stop at 25 N. 1600 West to help slow traffic down in the area.

- Voted not to donate to the Antelope Island Fourth of July Fireworks display.

- Approved a $1 a month increase in North Davis Sewer District rates, effective July 1. Costs rise from $4.80 to $5.80 a month.

- Recognized a $12,000 donation to Gary Kapp Construction Company for installing an irrigation system on 4500 West St.

- Set council meetings next month for June 11 and June 18.

Of interest


"Great American Classics' concert, presented by the Layton Arts Chorale. Cost is $3 a person.

When: Monday, June 3, 7 p.m.

Where: Layton City Amphitheater, 400 N. Wasatch Drive, in Commons Park.

On the agenda


Public hearings by the Planning Commission on proposals to rezone land at 1875 N. 1000 West from 10,000 to 9,000-square-foot lots.

When: Tuesday, June 4, 7:20 p.m.

Where: City Hall, 1906 W. 1800 North.