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At 6:02 pm, Bryce Brady called the session to order and offered and invocation and led the pledge of allegiance. 2.
OPEN SESSION - Time dedicated for public comment. Comments will be limited to three (3) minutes. No actions may be taken by the Planning Commission due to the need forproper publicnoticing. Jordan Christensen gave a public comment regarding parking requirements for the LDS church under construction. He suggested that parking requirements should be reduced for church buildings. A discussion ensued. 3.BUSINESS ITEMS
Site Plan – Central Utah Water Conservancy District (CUWCD) Water Polishing Plant Briam Amaya Perez presented the site plan amendment. CUWCD is seeking approval of a site plan amendment for a Groundwater Polishing Plant at 45 W 1600 N in the industrial zone. The main use of this site is for drinking water and the proposed amendment expands on the existing use. MOTION:
Tay motioned to approve the site plan with proposed conditioned: The applicant pays any outstanding fees and makes any redline corrections. 1.       The applicant is subject to all federal, state, and local laws. 2.       The applicant must appropriately landscape all site entrances per the VZC, including the northwest site entrance. 3.       Any metals employed on building facades and exteriors must have a matte finish to avoid an increased visual impact. 4.       The applicant shall observe the City’s nuisance ordinance found within the Municipal Code (see 8.08 ‘Nuisances’). 5.       Light poles shall not exceed a height of 20’. 6.       No signage is approved through this permit. All individual building, exterior wall, and monument signage shall be reviewed through a separate permit. 7.       Areas for future outdoor storage of material and equipment must be covered with decomposed granite to provide a dust free surface.  Anthony Jenkins seconded the motion. Those voting aye: Craig Bown, Anthony Jenkins, Tay Gundmundson, Bryce Brady, and Graden Ostler. 4.
TRAINING SESSION4.1    The Planning Commission watched segments of “The Social Life of Small Urban Spaces” by Walter White and received 30 minutes of required training.  5.
COMMISSION MEMBERS’ REPORTS AND EX PARTE DISCUSSIONDISCLOSUREMorgan Brim announced that Planner Briam Amaya Perez is leaving the city. Naseem Ghandour gave updates on the city infrastructure projects. 6.ADJOURNMENT Chair Brady adjourned the meeting at 6:50 pm.     Minutes certified correct on:May 17, 2023     NOTICED BY:   /s/ Rachel Stevens                           Rachel Stevens, Planner
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All right. Welcome, everybody. It is 602 PM Today is May 3rd, 2023. And this is the Vineyard Planning Commission. I will give an 00:01:21
invocation and then we'll do the Pledge of Allegiance. 00:01:27
Are they going to my father? We're thankful that we could be here today and please bless us as we discuss the things that pertain 00:01:35
to the city that will feel inspired as what is the right direction that we will be guided. 00:01:40
And that we'll remember the things in our general plan that I. 00:01:47
Our citizens weren't in need. We're so thankful for the city and those that voted the other time and efforts to make it a better 00:01:51
place to live. We love the Mercedes things in the name of Jesus Christ, Amen. 00:01:56
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I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation under God, 00:02:06
indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 00:02:12
All right. Move into an open session. This is the time for public comments. And you guys go ahead, just state your name and. 00:02:21
Hi, my name is Jordan. I live at the preserve neighborhood. 00:02:31
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Hello. 00:02:41
Again, my name is Jordan. I live in the preserved neighborhood. 00:02:44
And I want to make a comment about the parking requirement that we have for the LDS Church that's currently under construction in 00:02:49
Vineyard. 00:02:55
Which I don't know if this is really the time or the place to be doing that, but. 00:03:02
Essentially. 00:03:07
So I am a member of the LDS Church and I attend church in a building in forum right now. 00:03:11
And I recently learned that our ward is the largest ward in in the county. And as you can imagine, there's like a ton of people 00:03:18
there. It's hard to find a spot to sit. 00:03:23
But because of Oren's parking requirements, there's like Always availability for parking. 00:03:29
Which I from what I understand, vineyards parking requirements are pretty similar to Oren's for church buildings and that there's 00:03:34
one spot for every four seats of occupancy in the building. 00:03:39
So yeah, we live in the largest ward. Everybody drives. 00:03:47
Except for me occasionally, and we also share. 00:03:51
A share a building with another ward that doesn't immediately surround the building, so everybody from the other ward drives also. 00:03:56
So it's like kind of the worst case scenario of like if you're going to have parking demand at a church, this is it, but. 00:04:03
But there's always open spots because once the once the parking lot gets to about 80% full, people don't want to park in the last 00:04:10
20% of spots anyway because they're in the back and they take forever to get out and so they just park on the street. 00:04:16
And so realistically it's like even at our Max occupancy of that parking lot. 00:04:22
There's always open spots that are just never used, like we can have big events whatever Easter Sunday, and there's spots that 00:04:29
just are never used because people will park further away on the street instead of committing to parking in those empty spots. 00:04:36
And so I feel like, I feel like we're headed down that path. Also with the parking requirements that we have in Vineyard is like 00:04:46
realistically this parking at the church that I go to in Orem is occupied. 00:04:52
8090% utilization for about 6 hours on Sunday morning and then the rest of the week it. 00:04:59
Essentially emptied like we use it to store a trailer and that's pretty much the peak occupancy for the remaining of the week. 00:05:05
And so I think when we when we approach minimum parking requirements. 00:05:14
For the church building here, it seems like we're trying to mitigate. 00:05:18
Any conflicts with people trying to access the the building, people trying to go to church and people who live surrounding the 00:05:23
church in that maybe they don't want the streets overflowing with excess parking if we don't build enough parking. But I don't 00:05:30
think that enacting minimum parking requirements to the extent that we have really satisfied what both of these communities would 00:05:36
want. I don't think if you gave the option to the neighborhood, they would say yes, we want to live next to a huge surface parking 00:05:42
lot. 00:05:49
In exchange for not having anybody. 00:05:56
Anybody park on our streets for six hours on Sunday morning? 00:05:59
When the alternative could be you can live next to a park. 00:06:03
And you're going to have to deal with a lot of busy street parking for six hours on a Sunday morning and somewhere people going to 00:06:07
church. 00:06:11
Like myself, I don't know that all of them would be saying the contributions that I'm making to this church, I want to. 00:06:17
An insane amount of of parking that most that part of that is never going to be used. 00:06:26
When in reality we could offer. 00:06:34
If you don't find them parking, you can find something else, like a park at this location or do whatever you have whatever else 00:06:36
you want to do with with your church contributions. 00:06:41
Yeah. That's probably more than 3 minutes of time. Yeah. Thank you. Yeah. And I mean, that's something we can have a discussion 00:06:48
about in the future. But thank you for bringing it up, though. That's something we can think of. It's been a while since we've had 00:06:55
the church come and bring something for. I did have just one comment because we were part of that discussion early on and. 00:07:01
I went through this phase with every applicant where I'd say if we hadn't had any parking requirements. 00:07:08
How is your parking like different? And this one, I remember asking that and they said we've got our cookie cutter. 00:07:15
And they exceeded the parking minimum and they would have even if we required 0 parking. So the only thing that would have changed 00:07:23
their plan if I'm remembering correctly was if we had a parking maximum capping it. Interesting. So in this one. Yeah if we if we 00:07:29
said you're only required to have one parking spot or 0 parking spots they would have built the exact same is my understanding. 00:07:34
And they when we when they look at that site too. And you're absolutely right Anthony, they. 00:07:40
It was funny because we we meet quite frequently like well frequently, probably once 1/4 with that with the church plant planning 00:07:47
group as they update their demographic information for their ward plan. 00:07:53
And they told us that they anticipate they're going to get a lot, a lot of people walking to church. And we've asked them to try 00:07:59
to do more neighborhood type churches that are kind of embedded within within neighborhoods. 00:08:05
As opposed to like really large state centers and they and they've actually said that that they they want to do that in the 00:08:12
downtown that that's the one place that they said they're willing to do something really different. 00:08:17
And they're proposing like a vertical two to three story church building and that that would have a shared parking type type 00:08:23
format and it makes me a little nervous. But they they do that in some of the larger set like New York and Philadelphia have have 00:08:31
very urban churches And so yeah we but yeah we definitely meet me with them but that's typically they just have kind of what is 00:08:39
handed down from to them by their leadership they want X number of. 00:08:46
Of styles per you know, Pew. 00:08:54
Yeah, I guess I will follow up by saying. 00:08:58
This is not a regional church. If you look at what they're building in like Europe or other countries that don't have kind of 00:09:01
excessive parking by default. 00:09:06
They still build some parking. It's usually like higher quality surface paving materials. But then they have a ton more open space 00:09:11
surrounding their buildings, so it doesn't look like a building isolated in the sea of parking. So yeah, I mean, maybe their 00:09:17
default still is. This is what we do in suburban Utah. 00:09:23
Which again, is fine, but maybe worth the conversation saying you don't have to do that and and maybe the community surrounding 00:09:30
the church would prefer that you don't do that. 00:09:35
But anyway, thank you. Yeah, thank you. 00:09:41
Any other public. 00:09:44
Done. OK. If not, we'll move into business item 3.1, the site plan for Central Utah Water Conservation Conservancy District water 00:09:47
polishing plant. I'm Brian Amaya, Senior planner. This is the CWCD groundwater polishing plant. They're at 45 W 600 N UP in the 00:09:54
industrial area. 00:10:01
Here's their site location. 00:10:08
Here's a sorry, that's like I was really quick on that. 00:10:13
You guys. 00:10:17
It's giving you an idea where this is at right next to the camera. 00:10:18
Yeah, right next to the camera. Exactly. 00:10:21
OK. Just providing you a summary. This is actually a site plan amendment application. Their original application was approved back 00:10:25
in May 20, 2015. 00:10:29
Their project area is 8.41 acres and this is a major public facility. 00:10:35
Use for utilities a permitted use within the M district, the manufacturing district. So they have about 8 wells in Vineyard. 00:10:41
Some of these wells. 00:10:53
The color of the water is coming out. 00:10:56
I guess not. Ideally some of the water contains higher levels of manganese, which causes the discoloration. 00:11:00
And So what this plant would do is basically clean up the water. But that being said, the water does meet all of their primary and 00:11:08
secondary water standards, so it is healthy water to drink or to use. 00:11:14
Freely, The site proposes to include chlorination facilities, pressure facilities and solids handling facilities. It is an 00:11:22
enclosed site so it's not open to the public. Public will not have access. It is surrounded by a wall too. Isn't it surrounded by 00:11:29
a six foot concrete wall? 00:11:35
They hope to begin construction this spring, and construction will last for two years and end in the spring of 2025. 00:11:44
As I said, it's in the M district, the proposing 5 new buildings. 00:11:51
63,000 About 64,000 square feet of new building square footage. 00:11:55
The maximum height of the of the proposed buildings is 48 feet two inches, and that would be the backwash waist equalization 00:12:01
basin. 00:12:06
They've met their landscaping and exceeded the landscaping requirement. They provided 21,320 square feet of landscaping. 00:12:10
And they've met our various parking requirements, Prov. 00:12:19
19 vehicular parking spaces, the required ABA which is 1 normal ADA spot and then one van accessible spot to link. 00:12:23
And then they will provide 3 bicycle parking locations on site. 00:12:34
The architecture is very appropriate for the area. 00:12:41
Industrial buildings. 00:12:45
They do provide. They have been designed to provide visual interests and distinction, and all the colors and materiality are 00:12:47
appropriate for this kind of development. 00:12:51
There, the landscaping that's being proposed is drought resistant. It adds to the aesthetic of of the site. And As for other 00:12:57
ground ground toppings, they're putting down gravel and rock in other areas that are being landscaped. 00:13:06
They're lighting checks out. They there's no spillover into adjacent properties and all the lighting is down, lit and hooded. 00:13:16
They're light poles do not exceed 20 feet in height and they provided they focused their lighting on parking entrances or sorry 00:13:22
side entrances and and. 00:13:28
Adequately with the parking areas. 00:13:35
Their vehicular and pedestrian circulation is safe any any places where there's going to be potential for interactions between. 00:13:39
Pedestrians are their employees, really. They've provided clear and distinguished painted crosswalks so that anyone potentially 00:13:47
driving a vehicle there will know that that's a space for pedestrians. 00:13:53
Here's our conditions of approval. They're also in the sack report. We can go through each of them if you'd like, but. 00:14:01
They're all listed here and also Shawn Hilton who is representing CW CD is here if you guys have any questions for the applicant. 00:14:07
You guys have any questions? 00:14:17
I think it looks great. 00:14:22
Do I have a motion? 00:14:24
Yeah, let me scroll into it. 00:14:28
Here we go. 00:14:37
I guess I can also give Sean Hilton the opportunity to say anything if you need anything you wanted to hire. 00:14:40
Cool. 00:14:49
Yeah. 00:14:56
The I. 00:14:59
To approve the site plan as requested by Caitlin Mayfield with C UW. 00:15:02
With the proposed conditions, would like me to read those off. Yes please. OK, the applicant pays any outstanding fees and makes 00:15:08
any red line corrections. The applicant is subject to all federal, state, local laws. The applicant must appropriately landscape 00:15:14
all site entrances per the VZC including the northwest site entrance. 00:15:20
Any medals employed on building facades and exteriors must have a matte finish to avoid an increased visual impact. The applicant 00:15:28
shall observe the cities nuisance ordinance found within the municipal code C 8.08 Nuisances. 00:15:35
My polls shall not exceed a height of 20 feet. Now, signage is approved through this permit. All individual building, exterior 00:15:42
wall and monument signage shall be reviewed through a separate permit. 00:15:48
Areas for future outdoor storage of material and equipment must be covered with decomposed granite to provide a dust free surface. 00:15:54
Do I have a second? 00:16:02
I'll second that all in favor. 00:16:04
All right. Thank you. 00:16:07
OK, moving on to 5.1 session. How long is this video by the way? 00:16:09
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I think we can fit it in then. 00:16:25
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It was quite misleading as we proceed later, but it was a very encouraging way to start. 00:20:39
We were studying cigarette butter because it was one of the most popular. Many people didn't think that it would be, but it 00:20:44
wasn't. We wanted to find out. 00:20:47
Our research group, the Street Life Project, has been observing other kinds of city spaces. 00:20:51
One was a block of 101st St. in east Hamilton. We didn't know it at the time, but almost every factor that later we were defined 00:20:56
was important for a city space. We couldn't have found out right here. Clues were right under our noses. 00:21:02
We had studied players such as this adventure playground with a very good two wonderfully massive lots of dirt and mud and the 00:21:16
water that we had loved. 00:21:20
Sometimes it was crowded and this was a problem that we were very interested in because we started out with a great concern for 00:21:24
the problems, for the overcrowding. But the more we study this play area than other play areas, the more we began to realize that 00:21:28
the great problem with these spaces is not over. 00:21:32
The countries, even this playground, very good. 00:21:37
On a day like now, which is a beautiful day in July, sometimes it's almost completely empty except for the blade. 00:21:39
When we looked at the center of the city, we found under use was even more. 00:21:45
Most office building classes were empty most of the time, even at lunch on a beautiful day. 00:21:49
I wasn't meant to be that way. 00:21:53
The city had been giving bonuses for space bonuses to builders for providing. 00:21:55
The builders did. They can add more floor to their. 00:21:59
That's all he did. He built the extra floor and all that extra money and in return they gave these empty. 00:22:01
Other cities, whether through the bonus provision or not, builder seems to come up with the same kind of very empty space. 00:22:06
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But sometimes it has lots of people. 00:22:21
Suppose we can find out what it was that made the good ones work and the others not. 00:22:24
Put the matter to the plan. 00:22:28
They said if we could nail down the. 00:22:29
Back among the. 00:22:32
They would draw off the news on resolution probably, so we went to work. 00:22:33
Set up cameras for time lapse coverage of a cross section of space is about 14 drivers and three. 00:22:37
For our main technique was simple direct observation. 00:22:42
We made-up maps for each of the spaces and then we would go around periodically and map where the people sat and what they were 00:22:45
doing was the temperature and so on. And it doesn't take much longer to do this than to make the simple head. 00:22:50
But as you build up the. 00:22:56
Number of patterns begin to appear. 00:22:58
First thing that strikes you is the extraordinary diversity of activity. 00:23:00
People. 00:23:03
Playing. 00:23:05
The sociability is really rather important. We found that the proportion of people in groups can tell you a number of things. 00:23:06
Most used planets tend to have a higher proportion of people to twos to threes than the less successful ones. 00:23:12
But the most sociable planet also has an absolute number, the greatest number of individuals. 00:23:17
A busy place for some reason seems to be the most congenial kind of place if you want to be alone. 00:23:22
Or planted 2 ones. 00:23:25
The number one activity is people looking at other people, but it is a point that is overlooking many, many designs. 00:23:29
Here are the girl. 00:23:35
Are they a bit disdainful for looking down their nose as though the girl weren't quite worthy of their? 00:23:37
We have never, ever seen a girl watch it make a pass and a girl. We've seen very few hundred do that. For that matter, for some 00:23:43
reason, there isn't much. 00:23:46
Go to bond might as well be double miles away for all the attention is going to be paid to them. 00:23:50
No, the two men circling in the background. This is a rather characteristic tire. We call it a common conversation and you will 00:23:57
see them move this sort of an orbit. 00:24:00
However, certainly right out in front of the platform lover, you want to see the lovers people going look in the back. They 00:24:04
didn't. They weren't there. They're out. 00:24:08
Most of the lovers we spotted at cigarettes were usually to be found in the middle of the full blade. 00:24:12
One's not working out of the most pictures of. 00:24:16
People don't often stop to talk in the middle of a large thing. 00:24:21
They like to find one except agent black hole. 00:24:27
Here's a map of a week's activity. The red squares are where people stop. The props that you want, only a few were in the center. 00:24:30
We come to the track Why do some classes work and others not? We write 15 classes by the average number of people safe, running 00:24:37
somewhere from around 170 down to about a handful 2430. 00:24:42
Most of these problems are common inside. Why then? 00:24:47
Was it the amount of open? 00:24:50
Well, anything there's a reverse. 00:24:54
What about space? 00:24:56
Here we get a bit closer. How do we write these in terms of quality? Sitting we would have a lot of tear relationship. 00:24:59
Check many other things. Elevation, male, female, ratio, spaces and so on and so on chart supervised success. 00:25:04
But I will put them all together. 00:25:10
One major fighting began to shine. 00:25:12
And I'll share it with you. 00:25:14
There's white lights like yours. It's like just one that very few cities have ever eaten. They're tough places to sit. 00:25:18
And what won't aggravate are the number of deposits that would be excellent for sitting if only they weren't so hot. 00:25:27
Or what? 00:25:33
Or has probably little railings placed to get you right in the swallow the back here another two inches. 00:25:35
Probably. And candidly, it's very useful for keeping people off. 00:25:40
Your heel and you can do it. 00:25:44
Sometimes you got to play. 00:25:46
People are very. 00:25:53
A lot of people like to sit in the sun here, kind of finally put in these stones, and now the older people don't sit here anymore. 00:25:55
This artifact is a design object, the purpose of which is to punctuate architectural. 00:26:03
There are some who told you. 00:26:08
Usually placed in isolation. 00:26:10
The dimensions are exquisitely wrong. 00:26:12
Not just for physical reason, they may be. 00:26:14
Small benches are socially offered. There's a crowd, people will sit, but they're not very relaxed about. 00:26:17
So the first recommend. 00:26:21
Decoded, we own others groups around. 00:26:23
Choices are always opening. 00:26:26
This is extremely modest right here. The people are very close to each other. Yeah, social distances are quite covered. 00:26:28
In this particular case, the social business might be a little too close. 00:26:33
We've come to that wonderful invention, the movable chair. 00:26:42
It's one of the reasons you have such a feeling of choice in places like failing or greeting. You are going to decide. 00:26:44
It's very interesting to watch how people manipulate chairs. Sort of tell is going to be rather aggressive. 00:26:50
Now, whatever the purpose of all this rearranging, it does make for a rather pleasant social ritual you'll see many guardians 00:26:56
quite like. 00:26:59
Feeling. When there's no powerful reason of any kind, people who care watch the girl. 00:27:02
Now she's no more in the sun than she was before. 00:27:08
This man is starting something. Soon we're going to have a game of beautiful chair. That's why these men all started to move once. 00:27:15
They never know. 00:27:18
The interesting thing is, about four minutes after the beginning of it all, the chairs were back, really starting from. 00:27:21
Fixed individual seats don't work very well. 00:27:38
Robert, I love these are all right, comfortable, but not for most people. Furthermore, chairs like this are telling you to use it 00:27:41
here and use it there. 00:27:44
The most important thing about his face is its relationship to the street. Haley is a fine example. 00:27:48
People do speak of it as a refuge, as a place to escape from the city this is. 00:27:52
Is an intensely, urgently one of its great assets is the bigger streetlight off the front of it and, for that matter, within it. 00:27:57
Many people will be entering and leaving and touring the inside of Paling AT25 on many a busy sidewalk. 00:28:03
Actors by are important too. 00:28:08
The half will turn in and look, about 1/2 of them will smile. I haven't calculated smile index that would be much too soft, but 00:28:09
this visual joint this secondary. 00:28:13
Every bit as important as the primaries, Haley is a site place to show people the point in the. 00:28:17
Children's in particularly entrance was tail. 00:28:34
We've noticed it quite a tendency for them to run in and accelerate as they come to the statue. 00:28:41
Passersby will often do a double take and walk on. 00:28:45
It does a few easy steps, you don't have to make a decision. 00:28:49
You're almost. 00:28:51
And here with older people, you'll sometimes see, as with children, a slight acceleration as they go up. 00:28:57
No. If you do it, it generate. Musicians have a very keen sense of. 00:29:04
And here this cello player setting up one of the benders. 00:29:08
We've been looking to places that work with the street. Now let's look at a directly contrary. 00:29:16
Self-contained, like a structure. These are sort of urban pointers. 00:29:21
The common denominator is that they take you away from the street here at Houston Center you like. 00:29:24
Positive and the taxes are two and three levels above the. 00:29:29
From the street you are completely dis. 00:29:33
You can drive in the suburbs in the morning into that garage there, walk through the skyways to the office, and spend the whole 00:29:35
day without ever having to set foot in Houston control. 00:29:39
This is a strict thing. No doors, no window. Somebody could actually do it for that matter. 00:29:43
Street level is work hard. The one activity is a bank window where people can call. Here's Brian's office center in Detroit, right 00:29:47
Strike many attractions within. 00:29:51
But what does it say at St. level? What about huge farm across the 10th most lacking poor cult? 00:29:56
Come in and be safe from Detroit. 00:30:00
Downtown Los Angeles. 00:30:03
You brought away Atlantic Richfield title very. 00:30:07
But what happened to the street Where the? 00:30:10
Where are the windows? Where are the people? 00:30:12
Going down to subterranean levels of shopping in bombing Los Angeles. 00:30:15
The next block? The Hotel Bonaventure. 00:30:20
Scaled to the freeway. 00:30:23
Look at the wall that it turns to the city. More brutal rejection from the street. 00:30:25
Or unnecessary. 00:30:32
Chronically 20 miles away at Disneyland. 00:30:34
People pay good money to enjoy a reput. 00:30:37
Regular old time. 00:30:40
Shut the windows, the. 00:30:41
Plus to a point about. 00:30:48
The less there is a compelling. 00:30:50
Don't think a way that pausing to look and going on others pausing sort of drifting down to the planet and the whole usage begins 00:30:51
to build. 00:30:55
Layer by layer. 00:30:58
People looking at, people looking at. 00:31:00
We come to a tea for the undesirable. 00:31:04
It is for fear of him that fights are put on Legges Vegas made too short to sleep. 00:31:06
In actual fact, these people are harmless and sometimes very well behaved. 00:31:13
Most often there to be found in the places where other people are not. 00:31:19
Then there are other people who do odd things like. 00:31:25
Happens to be a compulsive cleaner upper. 00:31:27
In many ways the odd people do a service. For the record. They reassure us all normality well in public places. People are calling 00:31:30
to be awesome. White goes on the little bus for trouble. 00:31:34
This is Pershing Square in. 00:31:40
In the morning you will see many older men and some who move to a beep of. 00:31:42
But they don't hurt anybody. He's not in. 00:31:45
Later, in the middle of the day, office workers will come out with everyone back and it will be a nice coexistence. 00:31:47
Here is definitely every square. Should I? 00:31:53
Here's a place that is taken. 00:31:56
Bryant Park in the middle of New. 00:31:58
Green spacious cops control to compare well. 00:32:01
Freelanders are made it to their territory. They've been able to because it is cut off from the streets, our fences and balls. 00:32:05
Very pleasant, these treated paths, but you can get a feeling for them trying to. 00:32:09
Even a shopping darling poses a threat that he wouldn't come with. 00:32:14
Like a place like this where you must. 00:32:17
Providing pleasant television cameras are often. 00:32:22
There usually seems to be largely symbolic reassurement. 00:32:24
Don't see my. 00:32:27
Nothing beat a human being. Safe and successful places usually have a kind of mayor. 00:32:29
There's one on the back, Joe Hardy of excellent He's good at spotting potential trouble, but what he likes best is helping 2 00:32:34
girls, for example. Who would like to have their picture? 00:32:38
And that's one reason why there isn't much trouble. 00:32:42
The thing that's different about a verbal vacation home? 00:32:52
You always have. 00:32:55
The designers and developers are really doing quite the well. We're getting water walls. We're getting waterfalls, fountains, 00:32:59
bluff, and Sprite. Here's a book running to. 00:33:02
One of the nicest things about these waterworks is the sound of them. 00:33:07
I always thought that the weather season is particularly liquid. I suppose the reason is that it's so very fascinating. You can 00:33:23
stick your hand in it, splash it back, and nobody will rush up this pocket. 00:33:27
You just know that girl has got to put her foot. 00:33:32
Some cities put one of the four people and then tell them not to. 00:33:37
It isn't right. There isn't right to take a grand old pump like Chicago Buckingham put an electric pencil. 00:33:40
This girl is living dangerously. Perhaps. But what are all of you? 00:33:45
To come back to the Ohio lyrics. 00:33:51
Trees are so beneficial for a city, The wonder we haven't planted more. We certainly have a good practical reason to do so. Micro 00:34:17
climate, shade, transportation, cooling, beauty, so forth. But now we have a new reason. 00:34:21
With all the properties of architecture laying above the glaring index of cities, the source, we should make a month of this and 00:34:26
press for many more. 00:34:28
New York, New Zealand now requires builders to plant far more on the way of St. trees and more trees within the planet itself. 00:34:32
Where possible, they ought to be planning to grow quite close together. 00:34:37
This produces. 00:34:40
As we. 00:34:42
The places that people like that are those which are holding the action but aren't slightly reset, slightly protected. You've got 00:34:44
to change. 00:34:46
Just a few 100 bucks overhead. We're doing it. 00:34:49
If you want to see the place with activity, put in food. Almost every line deposit you'll find a fish. 00:34:55
Cigarette for years, even when or not when he moved over the steam level. 00:35:03
And are we trying to get the place to choose them away? Some cities don't allow outdoor eating at all, but the vendors are 00:35:08
providing services that people want. 00:35:11
And they sometimes perform a social function. Too often they are the mayor. 1 Double Point. The gospel station is here at 00:35:15
Charleston. The word with them is part of the day. 00:35:19
Had a little study in food dynamics. 00:35:27
Among other new children to do this, but they didn't allow effective jobs. 00:35:29
We've gone over the basic. 00:35:36
But there's one more, for lack of a better term, I call it triangulation. 00:35:38
Police. I mean that characteristic of the public space that can bring people together. It's usually an external stimulus of some 00:35:41
kind. Could be a physical feature or a app. Here's a good example. 00:35:45
These people are having a great time. Something is going on strangers are beginning to talk to each other about. 00:35:50
Two bank robbers have been caught. The police are searching them. 00:35:56
There's a little extreme example. 00:36:00
This man has attracted a good crowd and so far. 00:36:02
Next month, people, Here he goes up as a junior executive and draw. 00:36:07
Everybody like. 00:36:12
It's a nice moment. The city, kind of. 00:36:20
It doesn't make too much difference if the ACT is skillful recording. 00:36:25
It was locked up less than a minute usually. 00:36:29
Strangers will act as though they were not. 00:36:31
What the performer does back is to provide a connection between. 00:36:33
What are they looking at? 00:36:40
This time, this is. 00:36:42
Vendors are very resourceful up. 00:36:45
They will be back. 00:36:53
Classic from city to city. Are the basic factors pretty much the same? 00:37:00
Answer. 00:37:04
There is one key. 00:37:05
Scale This is Phillips Square in Toronto. Very good place that is proportioned our life to the buildings around it. Here's another 00:37:07
well failed place. The park in Seattle built over three One, it's like orange. 00:37:11
But it's experience really on foot as a series of smaller space. 00:37:17
For what you can do, just remember. 00:37:23
I'm about to cash this check from Rocky Mountain Power for almost $3000. 00:37:33
Now we come to a smaller city that's in. 00:37:43
The best part of its new pedestrian mall is this one. 00:37:46
I think they're quite comfortable in relation to its surroundings. 00:37:49
The tendency is to over. 00:37:53
Here is the Mall of Riverside, CA. 00:37:55
Sometimes it is almost heavy. 00:37:57
Cities like Riverside, which are low density to begin with, need to concentrate. 00:37:59
This moth expresses over a fairly large space activity and people in stores which have they been compressed might have come 00:38:02
together in a critical manner. 00:38:06
Here in the. 00:38:11
This is Fountain Square, Cincinnati. This covers actually considerably less space than the mall that we just saw. And there's 00:38:12
many, many more people can. 00:38:16
Probably the best public square in the country. Relationship with the street well enclosed by the surrounding buildings. Designers 00:38:19
have provided all kinds of choice. Different kinds of sitting space, different kinds of places to eat. 00:38:24
12 program with. 00:38:29
But most important component, they put the space in the very center of town, not five or six blocks away. But that's 100% 00:38:31
location. This is why this is such a unifying way. 00:38:35
OK, that's all the clips I have. 00:38:40
All right. Thank you. 00:38:44
Cool. 00:38:47
All right. Thank you. We'll move on to Commission member reports and ex parte discussion and disclosure. Does anybody have 00:38:49
anything they'd like to report or? 00:38:52
No, anything from staff. 00:38:59
Yeah, I think some of you may know, but unfortunately, Brian, Amaya Perez has taken another job. This is where consultants are. 00:39:02
You hire a consultant, you're like this guy's in. They're going to do so much work for us, You're paying money and then they steal 00:39:15
your planner. 00:39:17
So, so Brian, we're gonna, we're gonna miss you. He's done. He's done a lot, lot for the city. 00:39:21
How how long would you would you start here after that 2019 or I think it was 2000. I started doing a student project with you in 00:39:27
2018, 2018. So who? Who took him? Who? 00:39:34
Console or PC? Then they're bought out by console. I see Myers. 00:39:41
That dirty dog. 00:39:48
O'Brien, you know he's he's had a really great run with the city. I, you know started as a as a student doing a project he helped. 00:39:51
He was kind of one of the. 00:39:56
The the 1st to kind of propose the extending. 00:40:02
The promenade that was going through downtown over into the the UVU campus and so I could carry that for that and that was the 00:40:05
project that that him and his his team worked on and it's cool because that's that. 00:40:11
Being considered as part of the stationary plan that were under interest undergoing right now the corridor plan, that was pretty 00:40:18
cool. He started the corridor plan and and saw it approved in the last City Council meeting. The book ends. 00:40:25
Of his vineyard career. But you know Brian, Brian has been really awesome and just thank you for all your service. I know that you 00:40:34
know he's undertaken a lot for us for for me, you know personally always there to to to cover meetings and to take on just such a 00:40:39
huge workload. 00:40:44
For our department and really grateful for for all your time and you know just. 00:40:50
Being here, we're happy that we're able to help start your your career and planning and. 00:40:56
Tell Marcios is like lunch every every month he has to buy his lunch. 00:41:02
Yeah, absolutely. 00:41:08
Sorry guys, I'll just be quick, but thank you so much for. 00:41:12
Letting me be a part of your community. Honestly, it's been amazing. I'll never forget Vineyard. Obviously vineyards like my my 00:41:16
baby, I always love this community, love work in this community and serving you guys. 00:41:23
Thank you for everything I've learned. Like Morgan said, five years at the city started. 00:41:31
As a student just doing volunteer work and then slowly moved up and down here. 00:41:37
And thanks to the city and the staff and and everyone that's involved that have helped me become a better professional and a 00:41:43
better person. 00:41:47
I wanted to also thank like the staff, starting with Morgan. Morgan has been the best mentor from a professional standpoint and 00:41:53
and awesome, great friends. My best friends I have. 00:41:59
And the people that I work with, I'm sorry. 00:42:07
Morgan. 00:42:13
Yeah, but no, seriously, Morgan votes provided. Morgan's always trusting me so much and and I wanted to thank you for that and 00:42:15
give me opportunities to stretch myself and to gain more knowledge and abilities. And I think that goes for for all of us who are 00:42:23
under Morgan. And I wanted to also thank the different staff members that I work with, everyone in this room. 00:42:32
And the City Council and the Planning Commission over the years. 00:42:41
Different people that I've had the pleasure of working with and becoming friends with and just thank you so much. And it's been my 00:42:45
pleasure and my honor to be in this position. And I know that you guys are going to keep doing awesome things and I can't wait to 00:42:51
see what happens. 00:42:56
Thanks, Brian. You will be missed for sure. Thank you so much. Thanks. 00:43:02
So I I I do have something. 00:43:09
No update on the post office box. 00:43:12
OK, a small update I I was they are notorious for poor communication. I finally was able to get a good contact information for 00:43:16
somebody who works at the Orem post office and I will be working with them to hopefully have better answers soon. So thanks. And 00:43:23
then I also do want to just thank Brian for being a great mentor to me. 00:43:30
You know, I started the planning tech here and I. 00:43:38
Kind of like dabbled in planning, but but he's really taught me the insurance and outs and he's been a great mentor and friend of 00:43:40
me as well and talk to her is lucky to get him. 00:43:45
I'll still always be better pickleball than him, though. 00:43:50
Anything else from staff to see if you have anything? 00:43:57
And nothing that you may not have seen that says in regards to. 00:44:03
In regards to the pedestrian safety, the city started a couple of projects. For example, the one on 4 S extend the curb along 00:44:11
there. 00:44:15
Alexa, excuse me, exciting the curve along their ambition to that portion of it. We made a determination to live out some 00:44:21
additional sidewalks in order to align the ADA rounds properly. 00:44:26
And. 00:44:33
Excuse me, allowed to. 00:44:35
A lot of ADA ramps properly before the striping, so this way that the vehicles can have a full size, full size distance view as 00:44:36
they're approaching it without having to encroach into the ADA the crosswalk as much. This was determination we made outside today 00:44:43
to extend the project a few more days, but I think at the end the ultimate final result would be NF positive as well as start I'm 00:44:50
sure if you see on Facebook. 00:44:57
Left turn Lane out of Franklin Franklin Discovery Elementary School to provide for a legal, safe, protective left hand turn out 00:45:05
for the parents who need to drop off children. 00:45:10
There as well. 00:45:17
With that being said, with the season hopefully getting warmer and we're hoping for no snow in June. 00:45:20
But with that being said that the stripping, we're going to be doing a survey when I say survey driving when she'll survey of the 00:45:25
city for stripping. 00:45:30
Again with the contractor being able to assert that being able to start to strike again, that the priorities are all crosswalks 00:45:35
first. So we added we added some additional cross possession crosswalks along Center St. 00:45:42
As well as. 00:45:49
400 N by Growth Park as well as by the Bridgeport just north of the Bridgeport clubhouse as well. So you should be expecting to 00:45:51
see those across those crosswalks going in as well as we're working with the UDOT specifically to get a deep discount on. 00:46:00
RRRFB the Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons. Those are the pedestrian beacons of plasterers that you would see. 00:46:11
Typically they're not the Hawks that go overhead, but they're the the like. The diamond shaped. The diamond shaped, excuse me not 00:46:19
diamond shaped. What they do, rectangular yellow signs of flash along there. They're solar power connected by Bluetooth, so. 00:46:27
The installation is quick and easy. 00:46:36
Ish on that. So really putting out paying a big strong foot forward on pedestrian enhancements across the city as well. 00:46:39
And then of course the EDOT is moving forward with the Vineyard extension project as you can, as you may well notice as well. So 00:46:49
the 800 N resurfacing and restriping out of the two left Season 2 westbound 3 lanes from Geneva, Geneva to. 00:46:59
I've been using, so those are. That's a very welcome addition courtesy of you dot. We won't take credit, but we will take credit 00:47:09
for a future closing of 800 N Again, to put some. 00:47:16
You know. 00:47:24
So that people cannot understand that as they enjoy the two lanes going in that we will cripple some part of the summertime and 00:47:26
but that that portion of the closure is very important. Sylvan's been working very hard on the citywide water pipeline upgrade 00:47:32
project. 00:47:37
And that what I'll do is by closing that that allows to actually get a pipe through a 800 N into the East Geneva section. 00:47:43
As well as connecting to that. So that's a very big step forward. 00:47:51
On that and of course the closures are only happening during the night time as well and over the weekend we're really pushing hard 00:47:56
to. 00:47:59
Expedite the pain that the presidents may feel, but hopefully with that being said, that they find a new. 00:48:05
If I knew life into using your bicycles and sidewalks as well, like this summer, the weather being nicely warm. 00:48:13
As in game to enjoy. 00:48:23
Places. 00:48:27
Non alcoholic refreshments, I won't say. 00:48:28
And of course. 00:48:31
Solvent remind me that the water tank project is moving forward nicely. They board the roof of the water. 00:48:34
We will be hosting a tour with other engineers and public works people as I put my classes up got through that engineers. 00:48:40
Out later in the month, so next week is National Drinking Water Week, so we will be pushing out. 00:48:49
Awesome events mostly for the kids, so I apologize that there. If you do have kids, great to be involved. If you don't have kids, 00:48:56
you can draw us a picture center then and we'll say congratulations, the five year old beat you on that. So we're really trying to 00:49:02
encourage drinking water as well as Public Works week will be coming up at the end of the month. So look out for some spotlights 00:49:09
of our awesome staff members and all the work that you do behind the scenes. 00:49:15
Cool. Great. Thanks, Naseem. 00:49:22
All right. Is that everything from? 00:49:24
If so, then meeting. 00:49:27
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Yeah. 00:00:01
OK. 00:00:06
But I always run into candles and you should see. 00:00:14
Who? 00:00:23
Inflatable ones. 00:00:33
Yeah, we got it. 00:00:50
All right. Welcome, everybody. It is 602 PM Today is May 3rd, 2023. And this is the Vineyard Planning Commission. I will give an 00:01:21
invocation and then we'll do the Pledge of Allegiance. 00:01:27
Are they going to my father? We're thankful that we could be here today and please bless us as we discuss the things that pertain 00:01:35
to the city that will feel inspired as what is the right direction that we will be guided. 00:01:40
And that we'll remember the things in our general plan that I. 00:01:47
Our citizens weren't in need. We're so thankful for the city and those that voted the other time and efforts to make it a better 00:01:51
place to live. We love the Mercedes things in the name of Jesus Christ, Amen. 00:01:56
All right. 00:02:02
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation under God, 00:02:06
indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. 00:02:12
All right. Move into an open session. This is the time for public comments. And you guys go ahead, just state your name and. 00:02:21
Hi, my name is Jordan. I live at the preserve neighborhood. 00:02:31
Sorry, that's not working. Please. 00:02:34
Extra close. 00:02:39
Hello. 00:02:41
Again, my name is Jordan. I live in the preserved neighborhood. 00:02:44
And I want to make a comment about the parking requirement that we have for the LDS Church that's currently under construction in 00:02:49
Vineyard. 00:02:55
Which I don't know if this is really the time or the place to be doing that, but. 00:03:02
Essentially. 00:03:07
So I am a member of the LDS Church and I attend church in a building in forum right now. 00:03:11
And I recently learned that our ward is the largest ward in in the county. And as you can imagine, there's like a ton of people 00:03:18
there. It's hard to find a spot to sit. 00:03:23
But because of Oren's parking requirements, there's like Always availability for parking. 00:03:29
Which I from what I understand, vineyards parking requirements are pretty similar to Oren's for church buildings and that there's 00:03:34
one spot for every four seats of occupancy in the building. 00:03:39
So yeah, we live in the largest ward. Everybody drives. 00:03:47
Except for me occasionally, and we also share. 00:03:51
A share a building with another ward that doesn't immediately surround the building, so everybody from the other ward drives also. 00:03:56
So it's like kind of the worst case scenario of like if you're going to have parking demand at a church, this is it, but. 00:04:03
But there's always open spots because once the once the parking lot gets to about 80% full, people don't want to park in the last 00:04:10
20% of spots anyway because they're in the back and they take forever to get out and so they just park on the street. 00:04:16
And so realistically it's like even at our Max occupancy of that parking lot. 00:04:22
There's always open spots that are just never used, like we can have big events whatever Easter Sunday, and there's spots that 00:04:29
just are never used because people will park further away on the street instead of committing to parking in those empty spots. 00:04:36
And so I feel like, I feel like we're headed down that path. Also with the parking requirements that we have in Vineyard is like 00:04:46
realistically this parking at the church that I go to in Orem is occupied. 00:04:52
8090% utilization for about 6 hours on Sunday morning and then the rest of the week it. 00:04:59
Essentially emptied like we use it to store a trailer and that's pretty much the peak occupancy for the remaining of the week. 00:05:05
And so I think when we when we approach minimum parking requirements. 00:05:14
For the church building here, it seems like we're trying to mitigate. 00:05:18
Any conflicts with people trying to access the the building, people trying to go to church and people who live surrounding the 00:05:23
church in that maybe they don't want the streets overflowing with excess parking if we don't build enough parking. But I don't 00:05:30
think that enacting minimum parking requirements to the extent that we have really satisfied what both of these communities would 00:05:36
want. I don't think if you gave the option to the neighborhood, they would say yes, we want to live next to a huge surface parking 00:05:42
lot. 00:05:49
In exchange for not having anybody. 00:05:56
Anybody park on our streets for six hours on Sunday morning? 00:05:59
When the alternative could be you can live next to a park. 00:06:03
And you're going to have to deal with a lot of busy street parking for six hours on a Sunday morning and somewhere people going to 00:06:07
church. 00:06:11
Like myself, I don't know that all of them would be saying the contributions that I'm making to this church, I want to. 00:06:17
An insane amount of of parking that most that part of that is never going to be used. 00:06:26
When in reality we could offer. 00:06:34
If you don't find them parking, you can find something else, like a park at this location or do whatever you have whatever else 00:06:36
you want to do with with your church contributions. 00:06:41
Yeah. That's probably more than 3 minutes of time. Yeah. Thank you. Yeah. And I mean, that's something we can have a discussion 00:06:48
about in the future. But thank you for bringing it up, though. That's something we can think of. It's been a while since we've had 00:06:55
the church come and bring something for. I did have just one comment because we were part of that discussion early on and. 00:07:01
I went through this phase with every applicant where I'd say if we hadn't had any parking requirements. 00:07:08
How is your parking like different? And this one, I remember asking that and they said we've got our cookie cutter. 00:07:15
And they exceeded the parking minimum and they would have even if we required 0 parking. So the only thing that would have changed 00:07:23
their plan if I'm remembering correctly was if we had a parking maximum capping it. Interesting. So in this one. Yeah if we if we 00:07:29
said you're only required to have one parking spot or 0 parking spots they would have built the exact same is my understanding. 00:07:34
And they when we when they look at that site too. And you're absolutely right Anthony, they. 00:07:40
It was funny because we we meet quite frequently like well frequently, probably once 1/4 with that with the church plant planning 00:07:47
group as they update their demographic information for their ward plan. 00:07:53
And they told us that they anticipate they're going to get a lot, a lot of people walking to church. And we've asked them to try 00:07:59
to do more neighborhood type churches that are kind of embedded within within neighborhoods. 00:08:05
As opposed to like really large state centers and they and they've actually said that that they they want to do that in the 00:08:12
downtown that that's the one place that they said they're willing to do something really different. 00:08:17
And they're proposing like a vertical two to three story church building and that that would have a shared parking type type 00:08:23
format and it makes me a little nervous. But they they do that in some of the larger set like New York and Philadelphia have have 00:08:31
very urban churches And so yeah we but yeah we definitely meet me with them but that's typically they just have kind of what is 00:08:39
handed down from to them by their leadership they want X number of. 00:08:46
Of styles per you know, Pew. 00:08:54
Yeah, I guess I will follow up by saying. 00:08:58
This is not a regional church. If you look at what they're building in like Europe or other countries that don't have kind of 00:09:01
excessive parking by default. 00:09:06
They still build some parking. It's usually like higher quality surface paving materials. But then they have a ton more open space 00:09:11
surrounding their buildings, so it doesn't look like a building isolated in the sea of parking. So yeah, I mean, maybe their 00:09:17
default still is. This is what we do in suburban Utah. 00:09:23
Which again, is fine, but maybe worth the conversation saying you don't have to do that and and maybe the community surrounding 00:09:30
the church would prefer that you don't do that. 00:09:35
But anyway, thank you. Yeah, thank you. 00:09:41
Any other public. 00:09:44
Done. OK. If not, we'll move into business item 3.1, the site plan for Central Utah Water Conservation Conservancy District water 00:09:47
polishing plant. I'm Brian Amaya, Senior planner. This is the CWCD groundwater polishing plant. They're at 45 W 600 N UP in the 00:09:54
industrial area. 00:10:01
Here's their site location. 00:10:08
Here's a sorry, that's like I was really quick on that. 00:10:13
You guys. 00:10:17
It's giving you an idea where this is at right next to the camera. 00:10:18
Yeah, right next to the camera. Exactly. 00:10:21
OK. Just providing you a summary. This is actually a site plan amendment application. Their original application was approved back 00:10:25
in May 20, 2015. 00:10:29
Their project area is 8.41 acres and this is a major public facility. 00:10:35
Use for utilities a permitted use within the M district, the manufacturing district. So they have about 8 wells in Vineyard. 00:10:41
Some of these wells. 00:10:53
The color of the water is coming out. 00:10:56
I guess not. Ideally some of the water contains higher levels of manganese, which causes the discoloration. 00:11:00
And So what this plant would do is basically clean up the water. But that being said, the water does meet all of their primary and 00:11:08
secondary water standards, so it is healthy water to drink or to use. 00:11:14
Freely, The site proposes to include chlorination facilities, pressure facilities and solids handling facilities. It is an 00:11:22
enclosed site so it's not open to the public. Public will not have access. It is surrounded by a wall too. Isn't it surrounded by 00:11:29
a six foot concrete wall? 00:11:35
They hope to begin construction this spring, and construction will last for two years and end in the spring of 2025. 00:11:44
As I said, it's in the M district, the proposing 5 new buildings. 00:11:51
63,000 About 64,000 square feet of new building square footage. 00:11:55
The maximum height of the of the proposed buildings is 48 feet two inches, and that would be the backwash waist equalization 00:12:01
basin. 00:12:06
They've met their landscaping and exceeded the landscaping requirement. They provided 21,320 square feet of landscaping. 00:12:10
And they've met our various parking requirements, Prov. 00:12:19
19 vehicular parking spaces, the required ABA which is 1 normal ADA spot and then one van accessible spot to link. 00:12:23
And then they will provide 3 bicycle parking locations on site. 00:12:34
The architecture is very appropriate for the area. 00:12:41
Industrial buildings. 00:12:45
They do provide. They have been designed to provide visual interests and distinction, and all the colors and materiality are 00:12:47
appropriate for this kind of development. 00:12:51
There, the landscaping that's being proposed is drought resistant. It adds to the aesthetic of of the site. And As for other 00:12:57
ground ground toppings, they're putting down gravel and rock in other areas that are being landscaped. 00:13:06
They're lighting checks out. They there's no spillover into adjacent properties and all the lighting is down, lit and hooded. 00:13:16
They're light poles do not exceed 20 feet in height and they provided they focused their lighting on parking entrances or sorry 00:13:22
side entrances and and. 00:13:28
Adequately with the parking areas. 00:13:35
Their vehicular and pedestrian circulation is safe any any places where there's going to be potential for interactions between. 00:13:39
Pedestrians are their employees, really. They've provided clear and distinguished painted crosswalks so that anyone potentially 00:13:47
driving a vehicle there will know that that's a space for pedestrians. 00:13:53
Here's our conditions of approval. They're also in the sack report. We can go through each of them if you'd like, but. 00:14:01
They're all listed here and also Shawn Hilton who is representing CW CD is here if you guys have any questions for the applicant. 00:14:07
You guys have any questions? 00:14:17
I think it looks great. 00:14:22
Do I have a motion? 00:14:24
Yeah, let me scroll into it. 00:14:28
Here we go. 00:14:37
I guess I can also give Sean Hilton the opportunity to say anything if you need anything you wanted to hire. 00:14:40
Cool. 00:14:49
Yeah. 00:14:56
The I. 00:14:59
To approve the site plan as requested by Caitlin Mayfield with C UW. 00:15:02
With the proposed conditions, would like me to read those off. Yes please. OK, the applicant pays any outstanding fees and makes 00:15:08
any red line corrections. The applicant is subject to all federal, state, local laws. The applicant must appropriately landscape 00:15:14
all site entrances per the VZC including the northwest site entrance. 00:15:20
Any medals employed on building facades and exteriors must have a matte finish to avoid an increased visual impact. The applicant 00:15:28
shall observe the cities nuisance ordinance found within the municipal code C 8.08 Nuisances. 00:15:35
My polls shall not exceed a height of 20 feet. Now, signage is approved through this permit. All individual building, exterior 00:15:42
wall and monument signage shall be reviewed through a separate permit. 00:15:48
Areas for future outdoor storage of material and equipment must be covered with decomposed granite to provide a dust free surface. 00:15:54
Do I have a second? 00:16:02
I'll second that all in favor. 00:16:04
All right. Thank you. 00:16:07
OK, moving on to 5.1 session. How long is this video by the way? 00:16:09
It's like 15 minutes. We're going to skip it. 00:16:17
Right, of course. 00:16:22
I think we can fit it in then. 00:16:25
I don't know where you want to use. I think that. 00:16:28
Yeah. 00:16:35
This video was recommended by a Dom overson. 00:16:45
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I always put. 00:17:42
It's pretty good. I'll show you. 00:17:44
OK, so this video is the social life of small urban places. It's it was made about 50 years ago, but it has some good principles. 00:18:07
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It's not coming out of your computer either. 00:19:09
You want to try. 00:19:23
I guess so. 00:19:26
Rachel, if it's just coming through your computer, do you want to hold your microphone? 00:19:31
Because it was 1. 00:19:38
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I think it's. 00:19:53
I like the. 00:19:58
It got any better? 00:20:05
You guys didn't hear that at all? 00:20:15
Can you hear that? Great. 00:20:24
Yeah, I mean, there's also, OK, yeah, we can just use a good stepfather. 00:20:27
I was enormously pleased when he perfectly splendid. 00:20:33
It was quite misleading as we proceed later, but it was a very encouraging way to start. 00:20:39
We were studying cigarette butter because it was one of the most popular. Many people didn't think that it would be, but it 00:20:44
wasn't. We wanted to find out. 00:20:47
Our research group, the Street Life Project, has been observing other kinds of city spaces. 00:20:51
One was a block of 101st St. in east Hamilton. We didn't know it at the time, but almost every factor that later we were defined 00:20:56
was important for a city space. We couldn't have found out right here. Clues were right under our noses. 00:21:02
We had studied players such as this adventure playground with a very good two wonderfully massive lots of dirt and mud and the 00:21:16
water that we had loved. 00:21:20
Sometimes it was crowded and this was a problem that we were very interested in because we started out with a great concern for 00:21:24
the problems, for the overcrowding. But the more we study this play area than other play areas, the more we began to realize that 00:21:28
the great problem with these spaces is not over. 00:21:32
The countries, even this playground, very good. 00:21:37
On a day like now, which is a beautiful day in July, sometimes it's almost completely empty except for the blade. 00:21:39
When we looked at the center of the city, we found under use was even more. 00:21:45
Most office building classes were empty most of the time, even at lunch on a beautiful day. 00:21:49
I wasn't meant to be that way. 00:21:53
The city had been giving bonuses for space bonuses to builders for providing. 00:21:55
The builders did. They can add more floor to their. 00:21:59
That's all he did. He built the extra floor and all that extra money and in return they gave these empty. 00:22:01
Other cities, whether through the bonus provision or not, builder seems to come up with the same kind of very empty space. 00:22:06
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But sometimes it has lots of people. 00:22:21
Suppose we can find out what it was that made the good ones work and the others not. 00:22:24
Put the matter to the plan. 00:22:28
They said if we could nail down the. 00:22:29
Back among the. 00:22:32
They would draw off the news on resolution probably, so we went to work. 00:22:33
Set up cameras for time lapse coverage of a cross section of space is about 14 drivers and three. 00:22:37
For our main technique was simple direct observation. 00:22:42
We made-up maps for each of the spaces and then we would go around periodically and map where the people sat and what they were 00:22:45
doing was the temperature and so on. And it doesn't take much longer to do this than to make the simple head. 00:22:50
But as you build up the. 00:22:56
Number of patterns begin to appear. 00:22:58
First thing that strikes you is the extraordinary diversity of activity. 00:23:00
People. 00:23:03
Playing. 00:23:05
The sociability is really rather important. We found that the proportion of people in groups can tell you a number of things. 00:23:06
Most used planets tend to have a higher proportion of people to twos to threes than the less successful ones. 00:23:12
But the most sociable planet also has an absolute number, the greatest number of individuals. 00:23:17
A busy place for some reason seems to be the most congenial kind of place if you want to be alone. 00:23:22
Or planted 2 ones. 00:23:25
The number one activity is people looking at other people, but it is a point that is overlooking many, many designs. 00:23:29
Here are the girl. 00:23:35
Are they a bit disdainful for looking down their nose as though the girl weren't quite worthy of their? 00:23:37
We have never, ever seen a girl watch it make a pass and a girl. We've seen very few hundred do that. For that matter, for some 00:23:43
reason, there isn't much. 00:23:46
Go to bond might as well be double miles away for all the attention is going to be paid to them. 00:23:50
No, the two men circling in the background. This is a rather characteristic tire. We call it a common conversation and you will 00:23:57
see them move this sort of an orbit. 00:24:00
However, certainly right out in front of the platform lover, you want to see the lovers people going look in the back. They 00:24:04
didn't. They weren't there. They're out. 00:24:08
Most of the lovers we spotted at cigarettes were usually to be found in the middle of the full blade. 00:24:12
One's not working out of the most pictures of. 00:24:16
People don't often stop to talk in the middle of a large thing. 00:24:21
They like to find one except agent black hole. 00:24:27
Here's a map of a week's activity. The red squares are where people stop. The props that you want, only a few were in the center. 00:24:30
We come to the track Why do some classes work and others not? We write 15 classes by the average number of people safe, running 00:24:37
somewhere from around 170 down to about a handful 2430. 00:24:42
Most of these problems are common inside. Why then? 00:24:47
Was it the amount of open? 00:24:50
Well, anything there's a reverse. 00:24:54
What about space? 00:24:56
Here we get a bit closer. How do we write these in terms of quality? Sitting we would have a lot of tear relationship. 00:24:59
Check many other things. Elevation, male, female, ratio, spaces and so on and so on chart supervised success. 00:25:04
But I will put them all together. 00:25:10
One major fighting began to shine. 00:25:12
And I'll share it with you. 00:25:14
There's white lights like yours. It's like just one that very few cities have ever eaten. They're tough places to sit. 00:25:18
And what won't aggravate are the number of deposits that would be excellent for sitting if only they weren't so hot. 00:25:27
Or what? 00:25:33
Or has probably little railings placed to get you right in the swallow the back here another two inches. 00:25:35
Probably. And candidly, it's very useful for keeping people off. 00:25:40
Your heel and you can do it. 00:25:44
Sometimes you got to play. 00:25:46
People are very. 00:25:53
A lot of people like to sit in the sun here, kind of finally put in these stones, and now the older people don't sit here anymore. 00:25:55
This artifact is a design object, the purpose of which is to punctuate architectural. 00:26:03
There are some who told you. 00:26:08
Usually placed in isolation. 00:26:10
The dimensions are exquisitely wrong. 00:26:12
Not just for physical reason, they may be. 00:26:14
Small benches are socially offered. There's a crowd, people will sit, but they're not very relaxed about. 00:26:17
So the first recommend. 00:26:21
Decoded, we own others groups around. 00:26:23
Choices are always opening. 00:26:26
This is extremely modest right here. The people are very close to each other. Yeah, social distances are quite covered. 00:26:28
In this particular case, the social business might be a little too close. 00:26:33
We've come to that wonderful invention, the movable chair. 00:26:42
It's one of the reasons you have such a feeling of choice in places like failing or greeting. You are going to decide. 00:26:44
It's very interesting to watch how people manipulate chairs. Sort of tell is going to be rather aggressive. 00:26:50
Now, whatever the purpose of all this rearranging, it does make for a rather pleasant social ritual you'll see many guardians 00:26:56
quite like. 00:26:59
Feeling. When there's no powerful reason of any kind, people who care watch the girl. 00:27:02
Now she's no more in the sun than she was before. 00:27:08
This man is starting something. Soon we're going to have a game of beautiful chair. That's why these men all started to move once. 00:27:15
They never know. 00:27:18
The interesting thing is, about four minutes after the beginning of it all, the chairs were back, really starting from. 00:27:21
Fixed individual seats don't work very well. 00:27:38
Robert, I love these are all right, comfortable, but not for most people. Furthermore, chairs like this are telling you to use it 00:27:41
here and use it there. 00:27:44
The most important thing about his face is its relationship to the street. Haley is a fine example. 00:27:48
People do speak of it as a refuge, as a place to escape from the city this is. 00:27:52
Is an intensely, urgently one of its great assets is the bigger streetlight off the front of it and, for that matter, within it. 00:27:57
Many people will be entering and leaving and touring the inside of Paling AT25 on many a busy sidewalk. 00:28:03
Actors by are important too. 00:28:08
The half will turn in and look, about 1/2 of them will smile. I haven't calculated smile index that would be much too soft, but 00:28:09
this visual joint this secondary. 00:28:13
Every bit as important as the primaries, Haley is a site place to show people the point in the. 00:28:17
Children's in particularly entrance was tail. 00:28:34
We've noticed it quite a tendency for them to run in and accelerate as they come to the statue. 00:28:41
Passersby will often do a double take and walk on. 00:28:45
It does a few easy steps, you don't have to make a decision. 00:28:49
You're almost. 00:28:51
And here with older people, you'll sometimes see, as with children, a slight acceleration as they go up. 00:28:57
No. If you do it, it generate. Musicians have a very keen sense of. 00:29:04
And here this cello player setting up one of the benders. 00:29:08
We've been looking to places that work with the street. Now let's look at a directly contrary. 00:29:16
Self-contained, like a structure. These are sort of urban pointers. 00:29:21
The common denominator is that they take you away from the street here at Houston Center you like. 00:29:24
Positive and the taxes are two and three levels above the. 00:29:29
From the street you are completely dis. 00:29:33
You can drive in the suburbs in the morning into that garage there, walk through the skyways to the office, and spend the whole 00:29:35
day without ever having to set foot in Houston control. 00:29:39
This is a strict thing. No doors, no window. Somebody could actually do it for that matter. 00:29:43
Street level is work hard. The one activity is a bank window where people can call. Here's Brian's office center in Detroit, right 00:29:47
Strike many attractions within. 00:29:51
But what does it say at St. level? What about huge farm across the 10th most lacking poor cult? 00:29:56
Come in and be safe from Detroit. 00:30:00
Downtown Los Angeles. 00:30:03
You brought away Atlantic Richfield title very. 00:30:07
But what happened to the street Where the? 00:30:10
Where are the windows? Where are the people? 00:30:12
Going down to subterranean levels of shopping in bombing Los Angeles. 00:30:15
The next block? The Hotel Bonaventure. 00:30:20
Scaled to the freeway. 00:30:23
Look at the wall that it turns to the city. More brutal rejection from the street. 00:30:25
Or unnecessary. 00:30:32
Chronically 20 miles away at Disneyland. 00:30:34
People pay good money to enjoy a reput. 00:30:37
Regular old time. 00:30:40
Shut the windows, the. 00:30:41
Plus to a point about. 00:30:48
The less there is a compelling. 00:30:50
Don't think a way that pausing to look and going on others pausing sort of drifting down to the planet and the whole usage begins 00:30:51
to build. 00:30:55
Layer by layer. 00:30:58
People looking at, people looking at. 00:31:00
We come to a tea for the undesirable. 00:31:04
It is for fear of him that fights are put on Legges Vegas made too short to sleep. 00:31:06
In actual fact, these people are harmless and sometimes very well behaved. 00:31:13
Most often there to be found in the places where other people are not. 00:31:19
Then there are other people who do odd things like. 00:31:25
Happens to be a compulsive cleaner upper. 00:31:27
In many ways the odd people do a service. For the record. They reassure us all normality well in public places. People are calling 00:31:30
to be awesome. White goes on the little bus for trouble. 00:31:34
This is Pershing Square in. 00:31:40
In the morning you will see many older men and some who move to a beep of. 00:31:42
But they don't hurt anybody. He's not in. 00:31:45
Later, in the middle of the day, office workers will come out with everyone back and it will be a nice coexistence. 00:31:47
Here is definitely every square. Should I? 00:31:53
Here's a place that is taken. 00:31:56
Bryant Park in the middle of New. 00:31:58
Green spacious cops control to compare well. 00:32:01
Freelanders are made it to their territory. They've been able to because it is cut off from the streets, our fences and balls. 00:32:05
Very pleasant, these treated paths, but you can get a feeling for them trying to. 00:32:09
Even a shopping darling poses a threat that he wouldn't come with. 00:32:14
Like a place like this where you must. 00:32:17
Providing pleasant television cameras are often. 00:32:22
There usually seems to be largely symbolic reassurement. 00:32:24
Don't see my. 00:32:27
Nothing beat a human being. Safe and successful places usually have a kind of mayor. 00:32:29
There's one on the back, Joe Hardy of excellent He's good at spotting potential trouble, but what he likes best is helping 2 00:32:34
girls, for example. Who would like to have their picture? 00:32:38
And that's one reason why there isn't much trouble. 00:32:42
The thing that's different about a verbal vacation home? 00:32:52
You always have. 00:32:55
The designers and developers are really doing quite the well. We're getting water walls. We're getting waterfalls, fountains, 00:32:59
bluff, and Sprite. Here's a book running to. 00:33:02
One of the nicest things about these waterworks is the sound of them. 00:33:07
I always thought that the weather season is particularly liquid. I suppose the reason is that it's so very fascinating. You can 00:33:23
stick your hand in it, splash it back, and nobody will rush up this pocket. 00:33:27
You just know that girl has got to put her foot. 00:33:32
Some cities put one of the four people and then tell them not to. 00:33:37
It isn't right. There isn't right to take a grand old pump like Chicago Buckingham put an electric pencil. 00:33:40
This girl is living dangerously. Perhaps. But what are all of you? 00:33:45
To come back to the Ohio lyrics. 00:33:51
Trees are so beneficial for a city, The wonder we haven't planted more. We certainly have a good practical reason to do so. Micro 00:34:17
climate, shade, transportation, cooling, beauty, so forth. But now we have a new reason. 00:34:21
With all the properties of architecture laying above the glaring index of cities, the source, we should make a month of this and 00:34:26
press for many more. 00:34:28
New York, New Zealand now requires builders to plant far more on the way of St. trees and more trees within the planet itself. 00:34:32
Where possible, they ought to be planning to grow quite close together. 00:34:37
This produces. 00:34:40
As we. 00:34:42
The places that people like that are those which are holding the action but aren't slightly reset, slightly protected. You've got 00:34:44
to change. 00:34:46
Just a few 100 bucks overhead. We're doing it. 00:34:49
If you want to see the place with activity, put in food. Almost every line deposit you'll find a fish. 00:34:55
Cigarette for years, even when or not when he moved over the steam level. 00:35:03
And are we trying to get the place to choose them away? Some cities don't allow outdoor eating at all, but the vendors are 00:35:08
providing services that people want. 00:35:11
And they sometimes perform a social function. Too often they are the mayor. 1 Double Point. The gospel station is here at 00:35:15
Charleston. The word with them is part of the day. 00:35:19
Had a little study in food dynamics. 00:35:27
Among other new children to do this, but they didn't allow effective jobs. 00:35:29
We've gone over the basic. 00:35:36
But there's one more, for lack of a better term, I call it triangulation. 00:35:38
Police. I mean that characteristic of the public space that can bring people together. It's usually an external stimulus of some 00:35:41
kind. Could be a physical feature or a app. Here's a good example. 00:35:45
These people are having a great time. Something is going on strangers are beginning to talk to each other about. 00:35:50
Two bank robbers have been caught. The police are searching them. 00:35:56
There's a little extreme example. 00:36:00
This man has attracted a good crowd and so far. 00:36:02
Next month, people, Here he goes up as a junior executive and draw. 00:36:07
Everybody like. 00:36:12
It's a nice moment. The city, kind of. 00:36:20
It doesn't make too much difference if the ACT is skillful recording. 00:36:25
It was locked up less than a minute usually. 00:36:29
Strangers will act as though they were not. 00:36:31
What the performer does back is to provide a connection between. 00:36:33
What are they looking at? 00:36:40
This time, this is. 00:36:42
Vendors are very resourceful up. 00:36:45
They will be back. 00:36:53
Classic from city to city. Are the basic factors pretty much the same? 00:37:00
Answer. 00:37:04
There is one key. 00:37:05
Scale This is Phillips Square in Toronto. Very good place that is proportioned our life to the buildings around it. Here's another 00:37:07
well failed place. The park in Seattle built over three One, it's like orange. 00:37:11
But it's experience really on foot as a series of smaller space. 00:37:17
For what you can do, just remember. 00:37:23
I'm about to cash this check from Rocky Mountain Power for almost $3000. 00:37:33
Now we come to a smaller city that's in. 00:37:43
The best part of its new pedestrian mall is this one. 00:37:46
I think they're quite comfortable in relation to its surroundings. 00:37:49
The tendency is to over. 00:37:53
Here is the Mall of Riverside, CA. 00:37:55
Sometimes it is almost heavy. 00:37:57
Cities like Riverside, which are low density to begin with, need to concentrate. 00:37:59
This moth expresses over a fairly large space activity and people in stores which have they been compressed might have come 00:38:02
together in a critical manner. 00:38:06
Here in the. 00:38:11
This is Fountain Square, Cincinnati. This covers actually considerably less space than the mall that we just saw. And there's 00:38:12
many, many more people can. 00:38:16
Probably the best public square in the country. Relationship with the street well enclosed by the surrounding buildings. Designers 00:38:19
have provided all kinds of choice. Different kinds of sitting space, different kinds of places to eat. 00:38:24
12 program with. 00:38:29
But most important component, they put the space in the very center of town, not five or six blocks away. But that's 100% 00:38:31
location. This is why this is such a unifying way. 00:38:35
OK, that's all the clips I have. 00:38:40
All right. Thank you. 00:38:44
Cool. 00:38:47
All right. Thank you. We'll move on to Commission member reports and ex parte discussion and disclosure. Does anybody have 00:38:49
anything they'd like to report or? 00:38:52
No, anything from staff. 00:38:59
Yeah, I think some of you may know, but unfortunately, Brian, Amaya Perez has taken another job. This is where consultants are. 00:39:02
You hire a consultant, you're like this guy's in. They're going to do so much work for us, You're paying money and then they steal 00:39:15
your planner. 00:39:17
So, so Brian, we're gonna, we're gonna miss you. He's done. He's done a lot, lot for the city. 00:39:21
How how long would you would you start here after that 2019 or I think it was 2000. I started doing a student project with you in 00:39:27
2018, 2018. So who? Who took him? Who? 00:39:34
Console or PC? Then they're bought out by console. I see Myers. 00:39:41
That dirty dog. 00:39:48
O'Brien, you know he's he's had a really great run with the city. I, you know started as a as a student doing a project he helped. 00:39:51
He was kind of one of the. 00:39:56
The the 1st to kind of propose the extending. 00:40:02
The promenade that was going through downtown over into the the UVU campus and so I could carry that for that and that was the 00:40:05
project that that him and his his team worked on and it's cool because that's that. 00:40:11
Being considered as part of the stationary plan that were under interest undergoing right now the corridor plan, that was pretty 00:40:18
cool. He started the corridor plan and and saw it approved in the last City Council meeting. The book ends. 00:40:25
Of his vineyard career. But you know Brian, Brian has been really awesome and just thank you for all your service. I know that you 00:40:34
know he's undertaken a lot for us for for me, you know personally always there to to to cover meetings and to take on just such a 00:40:39
huge workload. 00:40:44
For our department and really grateful for for all your time and you know just. 00:40:50
Being here, we're happy that we're able to help start your your career and planning and. 00:40:56
Tell Marcios is like lunch every every month he has to buy his lunch. 00:41:02
Yeah, absolutely. 00:41:08
Sorry guys, I'll just be quick, but thank you so much for. 00:41:12
Letting me be a part of your community. Honestly, it's been amazing. I'll never forget Vineyard. Obviously vineyards like my my 00:41:16
baby, I always love this community, love work in this community and serving you guys. 00:41:23
Thank you for everything I've learned. Like Morgan said, five years at the city started. 00:41:31
As a student just doing volunteer work and then slowly moved up and down here. 00:41:37
And thanks to the city and the staff and and everyone that's involved that have helped me become a better professional and a 00:41:43
better person. 00:41:47
I wanted to also thank like the staff, starting with Morgan. Morgan has been the best mentor from a professional standpoint and 00:41:53
and awesome, great friends. My best friends I have. 00:41:59
And the people that I work with, I'm sorry. 00:42:07
Morgan. 00:42:13
Yeah, but no, seriously, Morgan votes provided. Morgan's always trusting me so much and and I wanted to thank you for that and 00:42:15
give me opportunities to stretch myself and to gain more knowledge and abilities. And I think that goes for for all of us who are 00:42:23
under Morgan. And I wanted to also thank the different staff members that I work with, everyone in this room. 00:42:32
And the City Council and the Planning Commission over the years. 00:42:41
Different people that I've had the pleasure of working with and becoming friends with and just thank you so much. And it's been my 00:42:45
pleasure and my honor to be in this position. And I know that you guys are going to keep doing awesome things and I can't wait to 00:42:51
see what happens. 00:42:56
Thanks, Brian. You will be missed for sure. Thank you so much. Thanks. 00:43:02
So I I I do have something. 00:43:09
No update on the post office box. 00:43:12
OK, a small update I I was they are notorious for poor communication. I finally was able to get a good contact information for 00:43:16
somebody who works at the Orem post office and I will be working with them to hopefully have better answers soon. So thanks. And 00:43:23
then I also do want to just thank Brian for being a great mentor to me. 00:43:30
You know, I started the planning tech here and I. 00:43:38
Kind of like dabbled in planning, but but he's really taught me the insurance and outs and he's been a great mentor and friend of 00:43:40
me as well and talk to her is lucky to get him. 00:43:45
I'll still always be better pickleball than him, though. 00:43:50
Anything else from staff to see if you have anything? 00:43:57
And nothing that you may not have seen that says in regards to. 00:44:03
In regards to the pedestrian safety, the city started a couple of projects. For example, the one on 4 S extend the curb along 00:44:11
there. 00:44:15
Alexa, excuse me, exciting the curve along their ambition to that portion of it. We made a determination to live out some 00:44:21
additional sidewalks in order to align the ADA rounds properly. 00:44:26
And. 00:44:33
Excuse me, allowed to. 00:44:35
A lot of ADA ramps properly before the striping, so this way that the vehicles can have a full size, full size distance view as 00:44:36
they're approaching it without having to encroach into the ADA the crosswalk as much. This was determination we made outside today 00:44:43
to extend the project a few more days, but I think at the end the ultimate final result would be NF positive as well as start I'm 00:44:50
sure if you see on Facebook. 00:44:57
Left turn Lane out of Franklin Franklin Discovery Elementary School to provide for a legal, safe, protective left hand turn out 00:45:05
for the parents who need to drop off children. 00:45:10
There as well. 00:45:17
With that being said, with the season hopefully getting warmer and we're hoping for no snow in June. 00:45:20
But with that being said that the stripping, we're going to be doing a survey when I say survey driving when she'll survey of the 00:45:25
city for stripping. 00:45:30
Again with the contractor being able to assert that being able to start to strike again, that the priorities are all crosswalks 00:45:35
first. So we added we added some additional cross possession crosswalks along Center St. 00:45:42
As well as. 00:45:49
400 N by Growth Park as well as by the Bridgeport just north of the Bridgeport clubhouse as well. So you should be expecting to 00:45:51
see those across those crosswalks going in as well as we're working with the UDOT specifically to get a deep discount on. 00:46:00
RRRFB the Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons. Those are the pedestrian beacons of plasterers that you would see. 00:46:11
Typically they're not the Hawks that go overhead, but they're the the like. The diamond shaped. The diamond shaped, excuse me not 00:46:19
diamond shaped. What they do, rectangular yellow signs of flash along there. They're solar power connected by Bluetooth, so. 00:46:27
The installation is quick and easy. 00:46:36
Ish on that. So really putting out paying a big strong foot forward on pedestrian enhancements across the city as well. 00:46:39
And then of course the EDOT is moving forward with the Vineyard extension project as you can, as you may well notice as well. So 00:46:49
the 800 N resurfacing and restriping out of the two left Season 2 westbound 3 lanes from Geneva, Geneva to. 00:46:59
I've been using, so those are. That's a very welcome addition courtesy of you dot. We won't take credit, but we will take credit 00:47:09
for a future closing of 800 N Again, to put some. 00:47:16
You know. 00:47:24
So that people cannot understand that as they enjoy the two lanes going in that we will cripple some part of the summertime and 00:47:26
but that that portion of the closure is very important. Sylvan's been working very hard on the citywide water pipeline upgrade 00:47:32
project. 00:47:37
And that what I'll do is by closing that that allows to actually get a pipe through a 800 N into the East Geneva section. 00:47:43
As well as connecting to that. So that's a very big step forward. 00:47:51
On that and of course the closures are only happening during the night time as well and over the weekend we're really pushing hard 00:47:56
to. 00:47:59
Expedite the pain that the presidents may feel, but hopefully with that being said, that they find a new. 00:48:05
If I knew life into using your bicycles and sidewalks as well, like this summer, the weather being nicely warm. 00:48:13
As in game to enjoy. 00:48:23
Places. 00:48:27
Non alcoholic refreshments, I won't say. 00:48:28
And of course. 00:48:31
Solvent remind me that the water tank project is moving forward nicely. They board the roof of the water. 00:48:34
We will be hosting a tour with other engineers and public works people as I put my classes up got through that engineers. 00:48:40
Out later in the month, so next week is National Drinking Water Week, so we will be pushing out. 00:48:49
Awesome events mostly for the kids, so I apologize that there. If you do have kids, great to be involved. If you don't have kids, 00:48:56
you can draw us a picture center then and we'll say congratulations, the five year old beat you on that. So we're really trying to 00:49:02
encourage drinking water as well as Public Works week will be coming up at the end of the month. So look out for some spotlights 00:49:09
of our awesome staff members and all the work that you do behind the scenes. 00:49:15
Cool. Great. Thanks, Naseem. 00:49:22
All right. Is that everything from? 00:49:24
If so, then meeting. 00:49:27
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