Tuesday, February 19, 2008 6:00 p.m.

Public Safety Building

3925 W Cedar Hills Drive, Cedar Hills, Utah

Present:           Mayor Mike McGee, Presiding

Council Members: Ken Kirk, Charelle Bowman, Jim Perry, Eric Richardson (6:10 p.m.), Marisa Wright (6:10 p.m.)

Konrad Hildebrandt, City Manager

Kim Holindrake, City Recorder

Rachel Brown, Finance Director

Courtney Hammond, City Meeting Transcriber

David Bunker, City Engineer (6:51 p.m.)

Other: Cliff Chandler, Dan Avila - UDOT, Brian Adams - UDOT, Mike Zarbock, Shaun Richins (6:31 p.m.), Diane Kirk (6:55 p.m.)


1.         This work session of the City Council of the City of Cedar Hills, having been posted throughout the City and the press notified, was called to order at 6:05 p.m. by Mayor McGee.


2.         Discussion Items


          UDOT presentation (6:05 p.m. and 6:34 p.m.)

Dan Avila and Brian Adams presented information regarding the revamping of SR-92. Previously some members of the Council participated in a tour of SR-92. Mr. Avila stated that the funding looks promising; an exact amount has not been determined by the Legislature. Phasing has not been determined. Priority is for acquiring the right-of-way and installing the express lanes from I-15 going east. Based on the study, UDOT proposes reconfiguring the turn from SR-92 to SR-146 with no signal. There would be impact to the City’s trail accesses and the golf course cart paths. Fixing the cart paths would be included in the project. The grade up to SR-146 would begin by the detention basin on SR-92. The trail crossing would be subgrade. With full funding, construction would take about two construction seasons. It is important that these improvements be in place before reconstruction of I-15 to provide people with alternate routes.

Charelle Bowman excused 6:49 p.m.


          Golf Course Reconfiguration (6:12 p.m.)

Mike Zarbock is involved in the proposed purchase of St. Andrews Estates. He is the one that would be building and running the reception center. The business would focus on receptions and a business conference center. Part of the building will be a technical conference center. The golf course fits in nicely with a business conference center. The conference center can accommodate up to 200 people. He and his wife have been catering for the last five years in Utah and Salt Lake counties. They have created many contacts. They would like the facility to be high-end, somewhat like La Caille. The developer, Bob Woods, wants the residential area to be high-end to complement the setting, though not necessarily the same style as the reception center. The Zarbocks have known Bob Woods for many years. The Council would like a letter of intent and/or letter of credit. Mike Zarbock will be in contact with Bob Woods.


          Motion to go into Executive Session, Pursuant to Utah State Code 52-4-205 (6:26 p.m.)


          Motion to Adjourn Executive Session and Reconvene Work Session (6:50 p.m.)

            No Executive Session


3.         This Work Session was adjourned at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor McGee.


Kim E. Holindrake, City Recorder