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Government action

Utah County

In its June 4 meeting, the County Commission:

- Approved a change to the building-use policy to allow affiliates of political parties to be treated the same as political parties when renting buildings.

- Approved voting precinct judges and satellite registration agents.

- Approved a resolution authorizing the issuance and sale of $10 million of tax and revenue anticipation notes.

- Authorized a purchase contract with Zions First National Bank concerning Utah County's tax and revenue anticipation notes for 1996.

Spanish Fork

In its June 5 meeting, the City Council:

- Reviewed its $19.4 million 1996-97 budget.

- Approved a zone change for Margot Bingham to allow duplex zoning. The change affects five homes at about 820 East and 400 South to about 460 South.

- Approved a preliminary plat map for Ensign Park, a 19-building condominium office park at the south east corner of 1000 North and 200 East. Each building will have four units each.

Alpine

In its June 4 meeting, the Planning Commission:

- Received a report from the North Utah County Planning Committee, a joint panel from Alpine and Highland, over the future of about 1,000 acres west of Alpine and north of Highland bordered also by Micron and Draper. The committee is about to make recommendations to the Alpine City Council regarding a possible interlocal agreement on the use and planning for the property, said Jannicke Brewer, planning chairwoman.

- Approved the Westfield Oaks subdivision of 26 lots.

- Approved the concept of a planned commercial project of three acres on the west end of Main Street.

- Approved the site plan and final plat for a new stake center for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Alpine Boulevard. The project included about a half-dozen land exchanges to make it work.