Wasatch County will maintain a public listening to a few recreation, arts and parks tax and proposed public park throughout its common assembly tomorrow night.
Wasatch County Council will start the common assembly at 3 p.m., then the general public listening to at 6 p.m.
Through the listening to, the general public can weigh in on the RAP tax that county voters will vote on in early November.
It should even be an opportunity to touch upon a brand new park that may be in Middle Creek, unincorporated county land between Heber and Daniel. It proposes 13 acres of turf sports activities fields, a playground, a picnic space and pickleball courts.
The developer would construct the park in change for a density improve to a proposed subdivision improvement shut by. The request so as to add 38 tons to the Christensen Farms subdivision can be a part of the general public listening to.
Within the common assembly, the council will hear updates from the Wasatch County Well being Division and MIDA, the state company heading the Mayflower Mountain Resort venture.
It should additionally think about and probably undertake a parking ordinance.
County Supervisor Dustin Grabau will convey up the choice for the county to buy a $7 million bond. He says it’s a refinancing alternative to repay an outdated bond for the occasion heart and court docket growth from 2013 with a decrease rate of interest. He says the brand new bond may find yourself nearer to $5 million ultimately.
The council can even tackle a priority residents raised about loads within the Star Harbour improvement, which was first meant for utilities however may very well be repurposed as a developable lot.
The council will meet on the county administration constructing at 25 North Foremost Road in Heber Metropolis. To attend the assembly just about, go to the county web site at wasatch.utah.gov.