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06/21/2013 - Minutes (4) fil/3- 7 RICI-IARD GRAHAM 1-r , I 3 .. �� 1cu c(L_ ` +r,;i.:i•`�10,i j.1 •, ,,,�,n��r -2#.,a,.an,.s.., „a4.�,:a.nv�. 11 RA L V 1-I SE C K E R pY F DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICES DIRECTORS OFFICE MEMORANDUM July 1, 2013 RECEIVED ; Salt Lake Valley Solid Waste Management Council ,E ` 2013 6030 West 1300 South �. Salt Lake City, UT 84104 C: °� RECORDER In accordance with paragraph nine of the Landfill Interlocal Cooperative Agreement the Minutes of the Salt Lake Valley Solid Waste Management Council's Meeting held on June 21, 2013 have been approved. Approved by: . RECEIVED fikimit' 4 1�11Wtti.� JUL 022013 Richard Graham Salt Lake City Public Services Department CITY RECORDER cc: John Ioannou, Executive Director of Solid Waste viKrt Lake City Recorder LOCATION: 451 SOUTH STATE STREET, ROOM 13B, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 841 1 1-3104 MAILING ADDRESS: PO BOX 145469, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH B41 14-5469 TELEPHONE: 801-535-7775 FAX: B01-535-7963 www.5 LDG DV.DOV {�Rrc.c�_c=nacv �pKE SALT LAKE VALLEY SOLID WASTE i ?y MANAGEMENT COUNCIL 6030 West California Ave(1400 South) Salt Lake City, Utah 84104 (801)974-6920 FAX(801)974-6936 wwwH.slvlandfill.slco.orQ Council Members John Ioannou Ralph Becker,Chair Executive Director Mayor,Salt Lake City Ben McAdams Mayor,Salt Lake County June 21, 2013 Mike Winder Mayor.West Valley City Gary Edwards M.S. Mr. Rick Graham, Director Director,Salt Lake Salt Lake City Public Services Valley Health Department 451 South State, Room 532 Dr.Ryan Dupont Salt Lake City, Utah 84111 School of Engineering Utah State lJniversity RE: Consideration and Approval of Salt Lake Valley Solid Waste Management Council's Minutes — June 21, 2013 Dear Mr. Graham: I request Salt Lake City's approval of the minutes of the Salt Lake Valley Solid Waste Management Council at their meeting held June 21, 2013. This is in accordance with paragraph nine of the Landfill Interlocal Cooperative Agreement. Minutes of the meeting are enclosed. I would appreciate notification in writing of this action taken regarding these minutes. Respectfully, John Ioannou, Executive Director Solid Waste Management Salt Lake Valley Solid Waste Management Council Minutes June 21, 2013 Those in Attendance: Russ Wall Salt Lake County Dr. R. Ryan Dupont USU/Technical Expert Brian Bennion Salt Lake Valley Health Department Russell Willardson West Valley City Others in Attendance: Yianni Ioannou Solid Waste Management Debbie Haggard Solid Waste Management Larry Hansen Solid Waste Management Jeff Wolf Solid Waste Management Tom Burrup Solid Waste Management Ashlee Yoder Solid Waste Management Amit Nair Kleinfelder Dan Moore Salt Lake Valley Health Department Dorothy Adams Salt Lake Valley Health Department Debbie Lyons Salt Lake City Nancy Sanders Salt Lake City Andrew Acuaro Kleinfelder Roy VanOs DEQ Les Lemmon Republic Services Dwayne Woolley Trans Jordan Landfill Pam Roberts Wasatch Front Waste I. Direction/Approval of May 17 & 24, 2013 Council Meeting Minutes Russell Willardson made a motion to approve the minutes of the Salt Lake Valley Council Meeting held May 17 & 24, 2013; Dr. R. Ryan Dupont Seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously. II. Direction/Approve for 2014 Projects Brian Bennion made a motion to table this item until more information is provided; Dr. R. Ryan Dupont Seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously. Adjourned at 11:45 A.M. Minutes submitted by: Debbie Haggard Minutes approved by: Larry Hansen SALT TARE_//`%f% f� LORTVI TON + Yw�aa 'YwY.WM.w4.I 'vI YM +}✓ ,U1`Mn Vb+IfW hYr'f�++ta fkll fay, Hansen REAL S;aalt Lake 925o S. State Street Sandy. If S4070 Dear Mr. Hansen. I am excited to inform you that yesterday morning the City successfully issued the bonds for the Salt Lake Regional Athletic Complex located at 2000 North between Redwood Road and 1-2 S. Your support means a great deal to Salt Lake City residents and to me personally. As required in the Gift Agreement, this letter is to serve as a written statement certifying that (a) the City has issued general obligations bonds and received proceeds therefrom in the amount of not less than S 15,300,000.00 (less customary and ordinary costs and expenses incurred in the connection with the issuance of such bonds, including legal and other expenses of any bond validation proceeding) for the purposes of paying for the Proposition 5 Facility, (b) the City shall pay for all construction costs for the Proposition 5 Facility in accordance with plans and specifications prepared by the City, which payment of construction costs shall be made in part with the Required Supporting Gift, and (c) the City will continue the construction of the Proposition 5 Facility. Salt Lake's Regional Athletics Complex will serve as the flagship soccer facility in the Salt Lake Valley and the State of Utah. Located in one of our city's most diverse neighborhoods, it will be a gathering place. bringing together all ages, abilities and cultures for the love of the game. As you know, the City is constantly facing a shortage of fields which inhibits the number of individuals able to enjoy soccer. The complex will go a long way in providing more individuals with the ability to get out and play while aiding in improved health and our fight against youth obesity. In addition, the facility will meet our joint desire to engage our community in healthy competition including the development of confidence, reliance on self and team, leadership and sportsmanship. "file benefits of this project go beyond athletic play. This project has allowed the City to refurbish a section of the Jordan River that has been long neglected. The new wetlands have improved the health of the ecosystem in the area and have made this stretch a beautiful location jar bird watching. Even non-soccer lovers have received benefit ITom the design and land use of this project. Finally, this project has given the Cif' an opportunity to build something truly remarkable with you. "Jib;: arrival of REAL to this valley revitalized the game of soccer for the region. This new complex will add to the growing passion and will help train small children with a dream of one day playing fot your team. We also look forward to our continued conversations regarding a P.O.BOX 145474,stal OTT,UTAH r4114.54'4 THLPHiNf'801 a3 7704 FtX:8O1•.35-6 ii future RSL Soccer Academy adjacent to this new facility. Though we haven't worked out all of the details, this remains an important component to my administration and we are committed to continuing these discussions, In conclusion, REAL is now invited to make the Supporting Gift by paying to the City $4,000,000 within 30 days, $1,200,000 on June 1, 2014, $26,469 on July 1, 2014, $2,300,000 on June 1, 2015 and $14,567 on July 1, 2015. We look forward to working with you closely in the coming months and years. Sincerely, /, / Ralph Becker Mayor, Salt Lake City Cc: Rick Graham Dell Loy, Wasatch Management