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NOTICE OF INTENTION

PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Town Council (the “Town Council”) of Charleston Town, Wasatch County, Utah (the “Town”), intends to create or designate a Special Tax Assessment Area to be known as Charleston Town, Wasatch County, Utah Special Tax Assessment Area No. 2019-01 (Winterton Farms Subdivision) (the “Special Tax Assessment Area”). Accordingly, the Town Council desires to call public hearings and create or designate the Special Tax Assessment Area. It is the intention of the Town Council to make improvements within the Special Tax Assessment Area and to levy special assessments as provided in Title 11, Chapter 42, Utah Code Annotated 1953, as amended, on the real estate lying within the Special Tax Assessment Area as described herein for the benefit of which such assessments are to be assessed in the making of such improvements.

DESCRIPTION OF SPECIAL TAX ASSESSMENT AREA

The proposed Special Tax Assessment Area shall include the following real property in Charleston Town, Wasatch County, UT and is described as:

The properties in the Winterton Farms Subdivision on Winterton Road which comes off 2400 S, Charleston, Wasatch County, Utah. More specifically the following parcel numbers in said Winterton Farms Subdivision. Properties other than the identified parcel numbers will not be included in the proposed Special Tax Assessment Area.

Serial # - Address - Legal Description

0WT-0017-0-011-044 - 2805 W. Winterton Rd. - Lot 17 Winterton Farms at Charleston. Area: 4.032 acres

0WT-0005-0-011-044 - 2944 W. Winterton Rd. - Lot 5 Winterton Farms at Charleston. Area: 4.593 acres

0WT-0006-0-011-044 - 2918 W. Winterton Rd. - Lot 6 Winterton Farms at Charleston. Area: 4.527 acres

0WT-0008-0-011-044 - 2030 S. Winterton Cir. - Lot 8 Winterton Farms at Charleston. Area: 6.208 acres

0WT-0009-0-011-044 - 2114 S. Winterton Cir. - Lot 9 Winterton Farms at Charleston. Area:6.174 acres

0WT-0010-0-011-044 - 2117 S. Winterton Cir. - Lot 10 Winterton Farms at Charleston. Area: 6.354 acres

0WT-0003-0-011-044 - 2984 W. Winterton Rd. - Lot 3 Winterton Farms at Charleston. Area: 4.490 acres

0WT-0007-0-011-044 - 2890 W. Winterton Rd. - Lot 7 Winterton Farms at Charleston. Area: 4.746 acres

0WT-0011-0-011-044 - 2071 S. Winterton Cir. - Lot 11 Winterton Farms at Charleston. Area: 4.491 acres

0WT-0013-0-011-044 - 2794 W. Winterton Rd. - Lot 13 Winterton Farms at Charleston. Area: 4.399 acres

0WT-0015-0-011-044 - 2736 W. Winterton Rd. - Lot 15 Winterton Farms at Charleston. Area: 5.490 acres

0WT-0014-0-011-044 - 2768 W. Winterton Rd. - Lot 14 Winterton Farms at Charleston. Area: 6.014 acres

0WT-0004-0-011-044 - 2966 W. Winterton Rd. - Lot 4 Winterton Farms at Charleston. Area: 4.467 acres

0WT-0019-0-011-044 - 2893 W. Winterton Rd. - Lot 19 Winterton Farms at Charleston. Area: 3.856 acres

Serial # - Address - Legal Description

0WT-0016-0-011-044 - 2759 W. Winterton Rd. - Lot 16 Winterton Farms at Charleston. Area: 4.058 acres

0WT-0018-0-011-044 - 2835 W. Winterton Rd. - Lot 18 Winterton Farms at Charleston. Area: 4.120 acres

0WT-0020-0-011-044 - 2957 W. Winterton Rd. - Lot 20 Winterton Farms at Charleston. Area: 3.999 acres

0WT-0012-0-011-044 - 2021 S. Winterton Cir. - Lot 12 Winterton Farms at Charleston. Area: 4.515 acres

INTENDED IMPROVEMENTS

The improvements to be constructed within the Special Tax Assessment Area are as follows:

Roadway Improvement: The improvement of Winterton Road extending from the pavement of 2400 S. along Winterton Road and making a horse shoe until it joins again into 2400 S. including Winterton Circle, and related improvements, and complete the whole in a proper and workman like manner with all drainage and other improvement appurtenant and useful to roadways.

ESTIMATED COST AND METHOD OF ASSESSMENT

Estimated Cost and Method of Assessment: The total cost of Improvements in the Special Tax Assessment Area is currently estimated to be $1,410,068, of which the Town will pay $1,057,551 leaving a remainder of $352,517 which shall be paid by special assessment on the property within the Special Tax Assessment Area.

This includes engineering costs, overhead costs and funding of a reserve fund described herein, all of which shall be paid by special tax assessment to be levied against the properties which may be directly or indirectly benefited by the Improvements which benefits need not actually increase the fair market value of the property to be assessed. The property owners’ portion of the total estimated cost of the Improvements may be financed during the construction period by the use of interim warrants, in which case the interest on said warrants will be assessed to the property owners.

In lieu of utilizing a guaranty fund, the Town Council intends to create a special reserve fund to secure payment of the special assessment bonds (the “Bonds”) anticipated to be issued by the Town to finance the proposed Improvements. The reserve fund will be either initially funded with proceeds of the Bonds in an amount equal to approximately ten percent (10%) of the total principal amount of Bonds to be issued, or by building up a reserve fund over a period of six years until an amount equal to approximately ten percent (10%) of the total principal amount of Bonds to be issued is placed in the reserve fund. The Town Council anticipates applying any moneys remaining in the reserve fund to the final payment on the Bonds which, in turn, would offset the final assessment payments to be made by the owners of property benefited by such Improvements, all of which will be further described in the assessment ordinance to be adopted by the Town. Any money in the reserve fund upon full payment of the Bonds is to be disbursed ratably to each assessed lot owner as of the date of disbursement. In addition, estimated costs of assessment include estimated overhead costs which the Town projects to incur in the creation and administration of the Special Tax Assessment Area. If Bonds are issued, the current estimated interest rate is no more than 2.50% per annum and the estimated discount is no more than 2.00%, subject to market rates at the time of issuance and the current estimated term of financing is 15 years.

The estimated cost and method of assessment against the properties for the Improvements are as follows:

Improvement - Estimated Assessment - Method of Assessment

Roadway Improvement - $352,517 total cost or $19,585 per lot. Per lot.

For assessment purposes, if applicable, an owner of a lot is defined herein to be the owner of a platted lot within Charleston Town, Wasatch County, Utah according to the official records of Charleston Town, upon which a residential, commercial, or other structure to be used for human occupancy is now or may be located consistent with the “lot size” requirements of the applicable Charleston Town development ordinances in place as of the date this is adopted.

LEVY OF ASSESSMENTS

It is the intention of the Town Council to levy assessments as provided by the laws of Utah on all property, parcels and lots of real property to be benefited by the proposed improvements within the Special Tax Assessment Area. The purpose of the assessment and levy is to pay those costs of the improvements which the Town will not assume and pay. The method of assessment shall be per lot., as set forth herein.

The assessments may be paid by property owners in not more than fifteen (15) annual installments with interest on the unpaid balance at a rate or rates fixed by the Town, or the whole or any part of the assessment may be paid without interest within twenty-five (25) days after the ordinance levying the assessment becomes effective. The assessments shall be levied according to the benefits to be derived by each property within the Special Tax Assessment Area. Other payment provisions and enforcement remedies shall be in accordance with Title 11, Chapter 42, Utah Code Annotated 1953, as amended. The assessment method will be by inclusion on a property tax notice issued in accordance with Section 59-2-1317 and in compliance with Section 11-42-401 of the Utah Code.

A map of the proposed Special Tax Assessment Area is on file in the office of the Town which will make such information available to all interested persons. Copies of plans, profiles and specifications of the proposed improvements shall be made available by the Town as soon as thy have been prepared.

TIME FOR FILING PROTESTS

Any person who is the owner of record of property to be assessed in the Special Tax Assessment Area described in this Notice of Intention shall have the right to file in writing a protest against the creation of the Special Tax Assessment Area or to make any other objections relating thereto. Protests shall describe or otherwise identify the property owner of record by the person or persons making the protest and shall indicate the total number of lots represented by said protest. Protests shall be filed with the Town Clerk of Charleston Town, Utah, on or before sixty (60) days after the public hearing to be held August 1, 2019. The Town Council will meet on August 1, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in public meeting at the regular meeting place of the Town Council at 3454 W. 3400 S. in Charleston, Utah 84032 to consider all protests so filed and hear all objections relating to the proposed improvements. Each protest must be filed in writing and describe or otherwise identify the property owned by the person filing the protest and include the signature of the property owner. A PROPERTY OWNER MUST PROTEST THE DESIGNATION OF THE SPECIAL TAX ASSESSMENT AREA IN WRITING IF THE OWNER OBJECTS TO (1) THE DESIGNATION OF THE SPECIAL TAX ASSESSMENT AREA, (2) ANY PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT, (3) THE INCLUSION OF THE OWNER’S PROPERTY, OR (4) THE FACT, BUT NOT AMOUNT, OF BENEFIT TO THE OWNER’S PROPERTY. Failure of an owner of property to file a timely written protest can constitute a waiver.

After such consideration and determination, the Town Council shall adopt a resolution either abandoning the Special Tax Assessment Area or creating and designating the Special Tax Assessment Area either as described in this Notice of Intention or with deletions and changes made as authorized by law; but the Town Council shall abandon the Special Tax Assessment Area and not create the same if the necessary number of protests as provided herein have been filed on or before the time specified in this Notice of Intention for the filing of protests after eliminating from such filed protests: (i) protests relating to property or relating to a type of improvement which has been deleted from the Special Tax Assessment Area and (ii) protests which have been withdrawn in writing prior to sixty (60) days after the public hearing. The necessary number of protests shall mean the aggregate of the protests representing forty percent (40%) of the owners proposed to be assessed, according to the same assessment method by which the assessment is proposed to be levied.

BY ORDER OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF CHARLESTON TOWN, WASATCH COUNTY, UTAH

/s/Arlene Buehler

Town Clerk

Published in the Wasatch Wave July 10, 17, 24 and July 31, 2019.

NOTICE TO WATER USERS

The applications below were filed with the Division of Water Rights in Wasatch County. These are informal proceedings per Rule 655-6-2. Protests concerning an application must be legibly written or typed, contain the name and mailing address of the protesting party, STATE THE APPLICATION NUMBER PROTESTED, CITE REASONS FOR THE PROTEST, and REQUEST A HEARING, if desired. Also, A $15 FEE MUST BE INCLUDED FOR EACH APPLICATION PROTESTED. Protests must be filed with the Division of Water Rights on or before Aug. 6, 2019 either electronically using the Division`s on-line Protest of Application form, by hand delivery to a Division office, or by mail at PO Box 146300, Salt Lake City, UT 84114-6300. Please visit waterrights.utah.gov or call (801)538-7240 for additional information.

CHANGE APPLICATIONS (S)

55-13013 (a44738): Brighton Estates Water Users Association, Inc., Cristina Skordas, Samuel Woolf propose(s) using 0.45 ac-ft. from groundwater (Midway) for DOMESTIC.

55-12420 (a44881): Liberty Ranch Holdings, LLC propose(s) using 0.45 ac-ft. from groundwater (Heber) for IRRIGATION.

57-10015 (a44882): Salt Lake City Corporation propose(s) using 9.45 ac-ft. from groundwater and spring (Albion Basin) for DOMESTIC.

EXTENSIONS

55-11878 (a28392a): Joan Berg Cummings is/are filing an extension for 1.2 ac-ft. from the Underground Water Well (existing) & Unnamed Spring (3 mi. S.E. of Hailstone Junct.) for DOMESTIC; IRRIGATION.

55-12572 (a22427a): Snake Creek Retreat LLC, a Utah limited liability company is/are filing an extension for 6.95 ac-ft. from groundwater (Snake Creek Canyon) for DOMESTIC; IRRIGATION; STOCKWATERING.

55-9342 (a22584): RE Investment Holdings LLC, Timpanogos Irrigation Company is/are filing an extension for 121.5 ac-ft. from groundwater (1.5 miles NE of Heber) for DOMESTIC.

55-9435 (a23784): LaVerl D. and Jolene E. Mecham is/are filing an extension for 1.562 ac-ft. from groundwater (in Wallsburg) for DOMESTIC; IRRIGATION; STOCKWATERING.

55-9217 (a28392): Joan Berg Cummings is/are filing an extension for 10.76 ac-ft. from the Underground Water Well (existing) & Unnamed Spring (3 mi. S.E. of Hailstone Junct.) for DOMESTIC; IRRIGATION; STOCKWATERING.

55-12032 (a29450): Jon Fondell, Main Creek Irrigation Company is/are filing an extension for 0.478 ac-ft. from groundwater (.5 mi SE Little Valley Rd.) for DOMESTIC; STOCKWATERING.

Kent L. Jones, P.E.

STATE ENGINEER

Published in The Wasatch Wave July 10 and 17, 2019.

NOTICE

The regularly scheduled meeting for Heber Valley Special Service District of Thursday, July 25, 2019 has been rescheduled for Thursday, July 18, 2019 @ 6:00 pm”.

Published in The Wasatch Wave July 10, 2019.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

HEARINGS

Notice is hereby given that public hearings will be held by the Midway City Council on Tuesday, 16 July 2019, 6:00 p.m., in the City Council Chambers, Midway Community Center, 160 West Main Street, Midway, Utah. Time will be allowed for public comment regarding the following items:

Cozens Subdivision / Preliminary & Final Approval (Albert Cozens) – Discuss and possibly grant preliminary and final approval for the Cozens Subdivision located at 840 South Stringtown Road (Zoning is RA-1-43). Recommended for approval without conditions by the Midway City Planning Commission.

Elmer Mixed-Use Development / Conditional Use Permit (Debbie Elmer) – Discuss and possibly grant a conditional use permit for the Elmer Mixed-Use Development located at 65 South Center Street (Zoning is C-2). Recommended with conditions by the Midway City Planning Commission.

Pot Rock Place / Plat Amendment (Summit Engineering) – Discuss and possibly amend the plat map for the Pot Rock Place Subdivision located at approximately 255 East 600 North (Zoning is R-1-22).

Zoning Map Amendment (Summit Engineering) – Discuss and possibly amend the Midway City Zoning Map to change the zone for a property, located at 875 West 650 North, from Resort to R-1-22. Recommended for Denial by the Midway City Planning Commission.

Midway Farms / Plat Amendment (Tom Hansen) – Discuss and possibly amend the plat map for the Midway Farms Subdivision, located at 180 West Farm Road, to remove 0.89 acres from Lot #11 (Zoning is R-1-22).

Swiss Farm / Plat Amendment (Tom Hansen) – Discuss and possibly amend the plat map for the Swiss Farm Subdivision, located at 846 North Swiss Farm Court, to add 0.89 acres to Lot #13 (Zoning is R-1-22).

Saddle Creek Ranch, Phase 1 / Preliminary Approval (Berg Engineering) – Discuss and possibly grant preliminary approval for Phase 1 of the Saddle Creek

Ranch Subdivision located at 970 South 250 West (Zoning is R-1-22). Recommended with conditions by the Midway City Planning Commission.

Lime Canyon Meadows / Preliminary Approval (Brett Walker) – Discuss and possibly grant preliminary approval for the Lime Canyon Meadows Subdivision located at 960 West Lime Canyon Road (Zoning is R-1-22). Recommended with conditions by the Midway City Planning Commission.

A copy of the above items may be obtained from the Midway City Recorder at 75 North 100 West, Midway (Midway City Office Building). Midway City is happy to provide reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities. For assistance, please contact the Midway City Recorder at 654-3223 x118.

Published in The Wasatch Wave July 3 and 10, 2019.

NOTICE

Public auction will be held on July 13, 2019 8:00 am located at Deer Creek Storage, 2650 West Hwy 189, Charleston UT. The following content will be sold or other wise disposed of Unit #36 Scott Anderson P. O. Box 425 Heber UT. Mattress, furniture, house hold items, misc. boxes.

Published in The Wasatch Wave July 3 and 10, 2019.



NOTICE

Public auction will be held on July 13, 2019 8:00 am located at Deer Creek Storage, 2650 West Hwy 189, Charleston UT. The following content will be sold or otherwise disposed of Slot 13 Scott Anderson, P.O. Box 425, Heber UT. 2 cars.

Published in The Wasatch Wave July 3 and 10, 2019.

PUBLIC NOTICE

Wasatch County EMS

Paramedic Rescue License Application

As required by Utah Code § 26-8a-406 et seq., notice is given that the Utah Department of Health, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services and Preparedness is commencing an informal adjudicative proceeding to determine whether to grant Wasatch County EMS with a new Paramedic Rescue license with an approved Staffing Wavier. Wasatch County EMS current licensed as an AEMT Ground Ambulance.

Wasatch County EMS proposes to provide Paramedic Rescue service in the following geographic area:

Beginning at intersection of the Wasatch/Salt Lake/Summit County line, southwest following the Wasatch/Salt Lake County line to the intersection of the Wasatch/Salt Lake/Utah County line, south then southeast to US Highway 6 at Soldier Summit. Southeast from Soldier Summit on US Highway 6 to the intersection of the Wasatch/Duchesne County line, north following the Wasatch/Duchesne County line to the intersection of the Wasatch/Duchesne/ Summit County line, west following the Wasatch/Summit County line to the point of beginning.

Interested parties under Utah Code §26-8a may object to the application or join in the administrative proceedings by notifying the Presiding Officer in writing no later than July 22, 2019, by 5:00 p.m. by submitting written comments to the Bureau of Emergency Medical Services, attention Guy Dansie, EMS Director, PO Box 142004, Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-2004 or by email at gdansie@utah.gov.

Published in The Wasatch Wave June 26, and July 3, 10 and 17, 2019.
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