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PERMANENT COMMUNITY IMPACT BOARD MEETING

Department of Workforce Services

Housing and Community Development Division

Salt Lake City, Utah

MINUTES

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Members Present

Keith Heaton Chairman

Richard Ellis State Treasurer

Claudia Jarrett Six County Association of Governments

Bruce Adams Southeastern Utah Association of Local Governments Steve Farrell State Board of Water Resources Gregg Galecki State Board of Water Quality Naghi Zeenati State Transportation Commission Ron Winterton Uintah Basin Association of Governments Jim Matson Five County Association of Governments Michael McKee Uintah County Jae Potter Carbon County Staff and Visitors Tamera Kohler Housing and Community Development Candace Powers Housing and Community Development Gayle Gardner Housing and Community Development Shad West Housing and Community Development Brenda Brown Housing and Community Development Katherine Smith Housing and Community Development Kimberley Schmeling Housing and Community Development Mike Hansen Housing and Community Development Shannon Ellsworth Housing and Community Development Paul Moberly Housing and Community Development Kyle Slaughter Housing and Community Development Attorney General’s Office Thom Roberts Cody Christensen Uintah Basin Association of Governments Michael Bryant Southeastern Utah Association of Local Governments Gary Zabriskie Five County Association of Governments Brian Carver Bear River Association of Governments Emery Polelonema Six County Association of Governments John Mackey Division of Water Quality Nathan Hall Division of Drinking Water Michael Grange Division of Drinking Water William Prater Bond Counsel Danny VanWagoner Castle Dale City Bradley Giles Castle Dale City Troy Savage Sigurd Town Bud Bullard Sigurd Town Jacob Sharp Castle Valley Special Service District Jeremy Raymond Uintah Fire Suppression Special Service District M

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WELCOME The Permanent Community Impact Fund Board (CIB) Meeting was held on Thursday, June 11, 2015 at the Carbon County Senior Center, 450 South Fairgrounds Road, Price, Utah, and called to order at 8:30 a.m. by Chairman Keith Heaton.

Mayor Joe Piccolo (also a former CIB Board member) welcomed CIB to Price City and thanked the Board for many projects funded in Price City and Carbon County. Mayor Piccolo made a presentation to former Chairman Gordon Walker, although not in attendance, and expressed his appreciation for Chairman Walker. He presented a limited edition coal miner’s lamp manufactured in Wales which was used throughout the world to detect oxygen in the mines. When the lamp stops burning, it’s time to get out. Mayor Piccolo acknowledged the sacrifice of miners and those who have lost their lives from this community.

ADMINISTRATIVE ITEMS

Financial Review Candace Powers reviewed the status of the funds for today’s meeting. There are sixteen projects on the priority list and one request for special consideration on today’s agenda.

Review of Agenda Items Candace Powers reviewed the agenda items with the Board members.

l. INTRODUCTIONS Chairman Heaton welcomed everyone and asked the Board members and staff to give introductions.

Steve Farrell was introduced as a new Board member representing the State Board of Water Resources replacing Gawain Snow.

II. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

Chairman Heaton requested a motion to approve the minutes from the May 7, 2015 meeting.

Naghi Zeenati made and Claudia Jarrett seconded a motion to approve the minutes from the May 7, 2015 meeting. The motion carried unanimously.

III. PRIORITY PROJECTS

All projects advanced to the Priority List were reviewed in detail by the Board at previous meetings.

The information below is a summary of the requests as advanced to the Priority List.

1. Uintah Fire Suppression Special Service District (Uintah County) Uintah Fire Suppression Special Service District’s funding request was advanced to the Priority List as a $239,365 grant for construction of a 2,376 square foot, 2-bay metal building with a storage room and restroom to act as a fire substation at Maeser, Utah for the Vernal and Uintah County Fire Departments. The applicant is contributing $239,365 in cash and $45,000 in-kind (land) to the project.

Total Funding Request: $239,365 grant.

2. Town of Sigurd (Sevier County) The Town of Sigurd’s funding request was advanced to the Priority List as a $1,099,200 grant for road and drainage improvements throughout Sigurd to include installing approximately 1,773 linear feet of storm drainage and 18 drop boxes along Center Street; building up the ditch bank along 1520 North, chip sealing Main Street, 300 South, 400 South, Canal Road and Center Street; roto-milling 100 West, Black Knolls Road, 45 West, 1420 North and 1520 North; applying overlay hot mix to 1520 North, and State Street; installing a concrete approach on 1520 North Street and State Street, and placing a double chip seal on 1320 North. The applicant is contributing $50,000 to this project.

Total Funding Request: $1,099,200 grant.

3. Town of Annabella (Sevier County) The Town of Annabella’s funding request was advanced to the Priority List as a $470,000 loan for 30 years at 2.5% interest and a $1,096,000 grant (total $1,566,000) for flood protection and storm water improvements to include ditch construction, east and west debris basin structures, the installation of l00 linear feet of 24” corrugated metal pipe (CMP) culverts, 375 linear feet of 18” CMP culverts and 200 linear feet of 36” CMP culverts to control drainage issues.





Total Funding Request: $1,566,000 ($470,000 loan for 30 years at 2.5% interest and $1,096,000grant).

4. Town of Fayette (Sanpete County) The Town of Fayette’s funding request was advanced to the Priority List as a $450,000 grant for Phase I of the town’s road improvements to include asphalt, chip sealing and roto-milling approximately 9,800 linear feet of existing roadways, 6 asphalt approach slabs, and 6 concrete cross gutters.

Total Funding Request: $450,000 grant.

5. Town of Circleville (Piute County) The Town of Circleville’s funding request was advanced to the Priority List as an $835,250 grant for the construction of a new 2960 square foot medical center, stick frame with stucco exterior to include two procedure rooms, nurse work area, lab, reception and billing room, and patient waiting room.

Total Funding Request: $835,250 grant.

6. Town of Circleville (Piute County) Town of Circleville’s funding request was advanced to the Priority List as a $320,000 grant for Phase I of road and drainage improvements to include 13,463 cubic yards of borrow ditch construction and the installation of 2000 linear feet of 24” corrugated metal pipe (CMP) culverts to improve drainage.

Total Funding Request: $320,000 grant.

Chairman Heaton requested a motion to fund projects #1 - #6.

Bruce Adams made and Jim Matson seconded a motion to fund projects #1 through #6 as advanced to the Priority List. The motion carried unanimously.

7. Uintah County Municipal Building Authority (Uintah County) Uintah County MBA’s funding request was advanced to the Priority List as a $4,493,000 loan for 30 years at 2.5% interest and a $4,491,106 grant (total $8,984,106) for the construction of the Vernal Regional Airport Terminal Building. This project consists of the construction of a 12,000 square foot terminal building, an expanded parking area which includes short and long term space, a rental car lot, green space, and a runway observation deck.

Total Funding Request: $8,984,106 ($4,493,000 loan for 30 years at 2.5% interest and $4,491,106 grant).

Claudia Jarrett made and Jae Potter seconded a motion to fund this project with a $4,493,000 loan for 30 years at 2.5% interest and a $4,491,106 grant (total $8,984,106). The motion carried unanimously.

8. Price City (Carbon County) Price City’s funding request was advanced to the Priority List as a $300,000 grant for the Desert Wave Pool Dome Replacement project consisting of replacing the existing 200’ long X 42’ high pool bubble dome, 2 revolving doors, 4 emergency exit doors with accessories and replacement of the pool bubble air handler unit. The applicant is contributing $220,000 to this project.

Total Funding Request: $300,000 grant.

9. Price City (Carbon County) Price City’s funding request was advanced to the Priority List as a $600,000 loan for 20 years at 2.5% interest for a water and sewer improvement project consisting of replacing approximately 1600 feet of 8-inch diameter water main on 400 South between 400 East and 700 East, including boring under the railroad to the southwest for another point of connection to the area south of the railroad. This connection will help improve fire flows and pressures in both areas of town. On 400 North, the applicant will also replace approximately 1600 feet of old and failing clay sewer pipe with new 8-inch and 10-inch PVC pipe from 300 East to 600 East. The disrupted road surface will be milled and overlain with asphalt. The applicant is contributing $600,000 to the project.

Total Funding Request: $600,000 loan for 20 years at 2.5% interest.

Jim Matson made and Bruce Adams seconded a motion to fund projects #8 and #9 as advanced to the Priority List. The motion carried unanimously.

10. Tabby Valley Parks and Recreation Special Service District (Duchesne County) Tabby Valley Parks and Recreation SSD’s funding request was advanced to the Priority List as a $200,000 loan for 30 years at 0.0% interest and a $200,000 grant (total $400,000) for park improvements to include constructing a 100’ X 50’ maintenance building, constructing a shade structure for the existing bleachers, expanding the riding arena bleachers to double the capacity and expanding the sprinkler system.

Total Funding Request: $400,000 ($200,000 loan for 30 years at 0.0% interest and $200,000 grant).

Gregg Galecki made and Naghi Zeenati seconded a motion to fund this project with a $200,000 loan for 30 years at 0.0% interest and a $200,000 grant (total $400,000). The motion carried unanimously.

11. Roosevelt City (Duchesne County) Roosevelt City’s funding request was advanced to the Priority List as a $307,000 loan for 30 years at 0.0% interest and a $2,764,000 grant (total $3,071,000) for a water, sewer and drainage project to include the design and construction of 7,060 linear feet of water lines, 1,900 linear feet of storm drain and 1,795 linear feet of sewer pipe. The project also includes roto-milling, compacting and placement of over 305,500 square feet of hot mix asphalt. Other street improvements include 25 approaches, 21 ADA pedestrian ramps and nearly 4,000 linear feet of curb and gutter and sidewalks. The project also includes the costs to construct a bridge culvert with sufficient capacity to pass the 100-year flows for the Dry Gulch watershed from 250 cfs to 1,170 cfs. The applicant is contributing $240,000 to the project.

Total Funding Request: $3,071,000 ($307,000 loan for 30 years at 0.0% interest and $2,764,000grant).

Mike McKee made and Naghi Zeenati seconded a motion to fund this project with a $307,000 loan for 30 years at 0.0% interest and a $2,764,000 grant (total $3,071,000). The motion carried unanimously.

12. Fairview City (Sanpete County) On February 12, 2012 the CIB authorized funding as a $400,000 loan for 30 years at 0.0% interest and an $800,000 grant (total $1,200,000) to remove the interior wood structure of the existing historical building, adding new windows, door, utilities, floors and interior walls to create space for the police department. There will be evidence and interrogation space, office space for various departments, a conference room, elevator, restroom and shower added to the existing building. Additional space will be constructed to the north of the existing building to house a library in the basement and main level city office space for employees, a break room, records room, judge’s chambers, council room/court chamber, etc.

On June 14, 2012 the CIB authorized supplemental funding as a $100,000 loan for 30 years at 0.0% interest and a $100,000 grant (total $200,000).

On February 3, 2015 Fairview City requested time on the May 7, 2015 CIB agenda to discuss a second supplemental funding request for the city hall renovation.

Fairview City’s second supplemental funding request was advanced to the Priority List as a $150,000 loan for 30 years at 0.0% interest and a $250,000 grant (total $400,000).

Total Funding Request: $400,000 ($150,000 loan for 30 years at 0.0% interest and $250,000 grant).

Mike McKee made and Ron Winterton seconded a motion to fund this project with a $150,000 loan for 30 years at 0.0% interest and a $250,000 grant (total $400,000). The motion carried unanimously.

13. Helper City (Carbon County) Helper City’s water system funding request was advanced to the Priority List as a $3,150,000 supplemental loan for 30 years at 2.5% interest to complete water system improvements to the east side of town as well as a portion of Main Street (from Janet Street to Poplar Street). Replacing the culinary distribution system in Area 2 will include abandoning the existing 4” and 6” waterlines, installing approximately 28,000 linear feet of 4” to 12” C-900 pipe, installing isolation valves, one PRV, fire hydrants, and service connections. Also, relocation of approximately 5 water meters from the back of homes to the front.

There was discussion that this project is awaiting approval for funding by the Division of Drinking Water (DDW). The DDW meeting is scheduled for July 10, 2015.

Gregg Galecki made and Steve Farrell seconded a motion to move this project to the Pending List until the Division of Drinking Water has made a funding decision. The motion carried unanimously.

NOTE: Helper City’s supplemental funding request of a $2,000,000 loan for 30 years at 0.0% for sewer system improvements was funded by the Division of Water Quality on May 27, 2015. Helper City’s request to CIB has been withdrawn.



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