Pleasant View

Pleasant View Planning Commission

Thursday, January 18, 2018 - 6:00pm

Karen Lela Ferry is the Box Elder High Sterling Scholar nominee for Instrumental Music. 

Karen Lela Ferry began her violin lessons at age 3 with Deborah Moench of Salt Lake City and currently studies with Ralph Matson, the Associate Concertmaster of the Utah Symphony.  As the youngest of seven children, Karen became a violinist as a result of birth order—with all of them alternating down the line violin, cello, violin, cello… Karen quickly embraced her violin lot in life, developing into a dedicated soloist, chamber musician and orchestra player.  Karen made her orchestral debut at age 8 with the Utah Philharmonic.  Since then, she has had the honor of being the guest soloist with the Utah Symphony at Abravanel Hall five times, four of which were on the Symphony’s 2016-2017 season.  Over the years, Karen has entered numerous competitions on state, regional and national levels.  For her, the significance of competitions hasn’t been in the winning or losing of them, but in the growth she makes in her technique and artistry as she practices and prepares for them.  Karen has enjoyed getting to know other young string players from the around the country by participating in summer music intensives at Indiana University and the Cleveland Institute of Music.

She is currently the concertmaster of the Gifted Music School Orchestra in Salt Lake City.   Sharing her music with others to serve them and lift them is Karen's greatest desire.  She has loved being involved in inter-faith concerts in the Box Elder County Tabernacle, playing for patients at the Huntsman Cancer Center, and performing on benefit concerts to raise money for Meals on Wheels and the Christensen Dance Academy.  Karen also shares her music by teaching private violin lessons to neighborhood children in Corinne.  Karen is currently serving as the BEHS Senior Class President, where she has been actively involved in the annual can drive and the Christmas Assistance fundraiser.  She is a member of the BEHS Madrigals, Orchestra and National Honors Society.  Karen also enjoys tap dancing, piano, yoga, and running. She is the daughter of Ben and Meg Ferry of West Corinne.

Yelyzateva Lushnikova is the Dance Sterling Scholar nominee for Box Elder High School.  Yelyzateva’s parents are Yuliya Martin and Lee Martin.

Liza is a wonderful student demonstrating outstanding citizenship and maintaining an excellent grade point average.  Her success shows how hard she has worked in school as well as being highly involved in dance. Throughout her high school experience here at Box Elder, Liza has been a member of the drill team, as well as one year on the cheerleading team. Through her participation with these teams, she has had many opportunities to give back to the community.  When interviewing Liza, her passion for dance was obvious.

Liza is always willing to help out and took on whatever challenges that were presented to her.  She is a very talented dancer; and it is very easy to see the passion she has for it.

Chelsey Marie Holdaway is the daughter of Chris and Monica Holdaway.  She has been nominated as the 2017-2018 Family & Consumer Sciences Sterling Scholar for Box Elder High School.

She is currently serving as our FCCLA President for the 2017-2018 school year.  She is a highly motivated and a well-rounded student.  She has taken a variety of courses in the FACS department with an emphasis in Foods & Culinary Arts. She has good grades and gets involved in extra activities offered through our classes and organizations.  She works hard at everything she pursues from her classes to her hobbies and talents. Her membership and leadership experiences in FCCLA, combined with the fact that she will be a CTE pathways completer in Culinary Arts, as well as her wonderful character traits and hard work are just some of the reasons that Chelsey is a wonderful Sterling Scholar candidate. 

Chelsey is a great example to her peers.  She is a willing learner and seems excited to learn new things and share her knowledge with others.  She is calm, dependable, and punctual and always wants to help. 

Emily Newman is the daughter to Jerel and Gini Newman.  The Science Department at Box Elder High School is proud to introduce Emily Newman as this year’s Sterling Scholar. Emily is a senior at Box Elder High School and is a very talented student.

She has excelled in classes such as Medical Anatomy and Physiology, AP Chemistry, AP Calculus, AP Biology, AP Psychology and AP Government. Besides being a very gifted student, Emily is compassionate about serving and making the school a better place. This year Emily is serving as a State Officer for HOSA (Future Health Professionals). She is currently serving as the HOSA Northern Area Vice President. This allows her to help all of the secondary schools in the North to produce future leaders. When she is not helping students follow their goals, she can probably be found running. We are honored that Emily will represent this school in the future. 

Bret Cummings, son of Sean and Heather Cummings, has been nominated as student of the month for December 2017 and Sterling Scholar for the Career Technical Education Skilled Technical area.

Bret also excelled in the Bridgerland Technical College drafting program. Bret has many good qualities that make him a terrific candidate for this award:  hard worker, dedicated, determined and goal oriented. Each one of these, and many more, make Bret a very valuable young man that will be able to succeed throughout his life.  Bret is a class leader, and other students look to him for help and follow his example. Bret is also able to recognize weaknesses and learns to overcome them. He is not afraid to reach out and gain more knowledge. His nominating teacher said, “I have seen first-hand where he has taken on challenges and owned them he strives to become better each day as he reaches his goals.”

Morgan Taylor is the daughter of James R. Taylor and Annette Taylor. The Sterling Scholar nominee for the Vocal Performance.

Morgan is a 3 year choir student.  Her achievements include: 2 years as a BEHS Madrigal, 2017-2018 Madrigal officer, Superior ratings at State Solo/Ensemble festival, both as a soloist, and a member of singing groups.

Morgan’s excellence as a musician is achieved through a combination of physical tools and elite character.  Between choir groups and private vocal study, Morgan has been singing her entire life.  She has developed exceptionally proficient technique as a singer, and top-notch musical instincts.

She already has in place a work ethic and a drive to improve that would rival the strongest university student.  Her ability to focus and meet goals has transformed her into a remarkably consistent singer.  She is so well-practiced that she does not have bad performances.  These are skills that are certainly valuable in music, but more importantly they will translate to everything Morgan does in life, and she will undoubtedly become a very successful adult.

 Julian Mitton is the son of Julie Mitton.  Julian has been nominated by the CTE Department for the Computer Technology Sterling Scholar. 

Julian Mitton has focused his education in two major areas:  music and technology.  He has worked hard to make sure he earns his State of Utah Pathway certification in Digital Media by taking six core classes:  Digital Media IA & B, Digital Media IIA & B, 3D Graphics, and 3D Animation.  He is equally as talented and gifted in performing music.

He has earned State skill certification in each CTE technology course he has taken.  He has also earned industry certification in “Visual Communication using Adobe Photoshop.”  Those certifications will help separate Julian from his competitors who are looking for a career in the same area.  Certification always wins.

Julian loves to get involved in the community by participating in the scouting program where he has earned his Eagle and is helping others to achieve the same recognition.  Like education, experience rounds you out, giving exposure to ideas and approaches that are outside of your comfort zone.  Being able to think outside your experience is an ingredient of leadership.  Julian’s education and experience are helping him develop the leadership skills necessary to be successful. 

Julian has an easy-going personality that other students and teachers enjoy because he likes to interact in class discussions.  He is willing to teach what he knows to the peers who sit around him.  He doesn’t worry about using his own time to help out someone in class who asks.  Julian shows a lot of integrity in the choices he makes in and out of the classroom.

 

Karlee Klitgaard, daughter of Kamron Klitgaard and Kathleen Klitgaard, is Box Elder High School’s Sterling Scholar nominee for Speech/Theatre Arts/Forensics.

Speech and Drama Sterling Scholar is always chosen by an outside judge due to the competitive nature of the award. And this year, Karlee Klitgaard was selected. She is a fine young woman and is exemplar of hard work and dedication. She has incredible integrity, passion for the theatre, and ambition to excel.

From the first, she has been a curious and overachieving student, always giving her best work and encouraging the same from her peers. Karlee is a wonderful team member and also a terrific leader. She has an unbelievable work ethic. No matter what the task, Karlee will see that it is completed with each detail in place. She knows the importance of organization, precision and deadlines. Karlee is capable of leading a team, working by herself, and working with others. She is self-motivated and will succeed.

 Karlee is one of the most versatile young actresses I have had pleasure to teach. She is receptive of direction and always rehearses at her best. She comes to rehearsal ready to work and willing to take risks. Whether it is a comedy, a powerful dramatic piece or dancing in a musical—Karlee is perfect for the show. She always develops beautiful and memorable characters. 

Pleasant View Planning Commission

Thursday, January 4, 2018 - 6:00pm

Planning Commission

Planning Commission Agenda

Notice Date & Time: 1/4/18 6:00 PM -1/4/18 9:00 PM

Description/Agenda:

 

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MEETING NOTICE OF THE
PLEASANT VIEW PLANNING COMMISSION
Notice is hereby given that the Planning Commission of Pleasant View City will hold a regularly scheduled meeting in the Council Chambers at the Pleasant View City Offices, 520 West Elberta Drive, on Thursday, January 4, 2018 at 6:00 PM.
AGENDA
6:30 PM Call to Order
A. Opening Prayer, Reading, or Expression of Thought
B. Pledge of Allegiance
C. Approval of the agenda
ADMINISTRATIVE
1. Discussion/Decision - Appointing Planning Commission Chair/Vice-Chair for 2018
2. Discussion/Decision - Approving a proposed Site Plan for the Capstone Classical Academy Charter School located at approximately 3851 N HWY 89.
LEGISLATIVE
3. Discussion on revisions to the zoning ordinance
OTHER BUSINESS
4. Commission Communications
5. Staff Communications/Training
**ADJOURN PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING**
Dated this 29th day of December, 2017
/s/ Bill Cobabe/City Administrator
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing auxiliary services for these meetings should call the Pleasant View City Offices at 801-782-8529, at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

Pleasant View Planning Commission

Thursday, January 4, 2018 - 6:00pm

Planning Commission

Planning Commission

Notice Date & Time: 1/4/18 6:00 PM -1/4/18 8:00 PM

Description/Agenda:

 

MEETING NOTICE OF THE
PLEASANT VIEW PLANNING COMMISSION

Notice is hereby given that the Planning Commission of Pleasant View City will hold a regularly scheduled meeting in the Council Chambers at the Pleasant View City Offices, 520 West Elberta Drive, on Thursday, January 4, 2018 at 6:00 PM.

AGENDA

6:30 PM Call to Order

A. Opening Prayer, Reading, or Expression of Thought
B. Pledge of Allegiance
C. Approval of the agenda

ADMINISTRATIVE

1. Discussion/Decision - Appointing Planning Commission Chair/Vice-Chair for 2018

2. Discussion/Decision - Approving a proposed Site Plan for the Capstone Classical Academy Charter School located at approximately 3851 N HWY 89.

LEGISLATIVE

3. Discussion on revisions to the zoning ordinance

OTHER BUSINESS

4. Commission Communications

5. Staff Communications/Training

**ADJOURN PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING**

Dated this 29th day of December, 2017
/s/ Bill Cobabe/City Administrator

Pleasant View Planning Commission

Thursday, December 7, 2017 - 6:30pm

Planning Commission

Planning Commission Agenda

Notice Date & Time: 12/7/17 6:30 PM - 12/7/17 9:00 PM

Description/Agenda:

 

Page 1
MEETING NOTICE OF THE
PLEASANT VIEW PLANNING COMMISSION
Notice is hereby given that the Planning Commission of Pleasant View City will hold a regularly scheduled meeting in the Council Chambers at the Pleasant View City Offices, 520 West Elberta Drive, on Thursday, December 7, 2017 at 6:30 PM.
*** The Planning Commission will meet for a Holiday Dinner at 5:30 PM. The Regular meeting will begin at 6:30 PM, or following the dinner. ***
AGENDA
6:30 PM Call to Order
A. Opening Prayer, Reading, or Expression of Thought
B. Pledge of Allegiance
C. Approval of the agenda and minutes from the November 16, 2017 meeting
LEGISLATIVE
1. Public Hearing/Discussion/Decision - Zone Change request by David Chugg for that property located at 1496 W 2700 N (Parcel Number 19-292-0002) comprising approximately 1.99 acres, changing the property from GWW (Gateway West) to C-3
2. Discussion/Decision on approving Resolution PC - 2017-01, setting a schedule and adopting the dates for 2018 Planning Commission Public Meetings.
3. Discussion on revisions to the zoning ordinance
ADMINISTRATIVE
(no administrative items)
OTHER BUSINESS
4. Commission Communications
5. Staff Communications/Training
**ADJOURN PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING**
Dated this 30th day of November, 2017
/s/ Bill Cobabe/City Administrator
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing auxiliary services for these meetings should call the Pleasant View City Offices at 801-782-8529, at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

Pleasant View Planning Commission

Thursday, December 7, 2017 - 6:30pm

Planning Commission

planning commission

Notice Date & Time: 12/7/17 6:30 PM - 12/7/17 9:00 PM

Description/Agenda:

 

The Pleasant View Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Thursday, December 7, 2017 in the city office located at 520 West Elberta Dr., beginning at 6:30 P.M. to consider an amendment to the City's Zoning Map, changing parcel number 19-292-0002 from GWW (Gateway West) to C-3. The address for the property is at 1496 W 2700 N.

Further information can be obtained by contacting the City office at 782-8529.

Bill Cobabe

Pleasant View Redevelopment Agency

Tuesday, November 14, 2017 - 8:00pm

Redevelopment Agency

redevelopment agency

Notice Date & Time: 11/14/17 8:00 PM - 11/14/17 8:15 PM

Description/Agenda:

 

PUBLIC NOTICE OF A MEETING OF THE
PLEASANT VIEW CITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
OF PLEASANT VIEW CITY, UTAH

November 14, 2017

Public Notice is hereby given that the Pleasant View City Redevelopment Agency of Pleasant View, Utah will hold a Public Meeting in the city office at 520 West Elberta Dr. in Pleasant View, Utah on Tuesday, November 14, 2017 commencing after the 5:30 PM City Council meeting.
The agenda consists of the following:

CONSENT ITEMS:
Minutes of June 13, 2017
BUSINESS:
8:10 P.M. 1. Public Hearing - Discussion and possible action to amend the 2017-18 fiscal year budget, Resolution 2017-C(RDA). (Presenter: Laurie Hellstrom)

ADJOURN

Pleasant View Planning Commission

Thursday, November 16, 2017 - 6:00pm

Planning Commission

Planning Commission

Notice Date & Time: 11/16/17 6:00 PM - 11/16/17 9:00 PM

Description/Agenda:

 

The Pleasant View Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Thursday, November 16, 2017 in the city office located at 520 West Elberta Dr., beginning at 6:00 P.M. to consider an amendment to the City's Zoning Map, changing parcel number 17-398-0001 from A-2 to RE-20. The address for the property is 967 W 3100 N.

Further information can be obtained by contacting the City office at 782-8529.

Bill Cobabe
City Planner

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Planning Commission

Planning Commission

Notice Date & Time: 11/16/17 6:00 PM - 11/16/17 9:00 PM

Description/Agenda:

 

The Pleasant View Planning Commission will hold a public meeting on Thursday, November 16, 2017 in the City office located at 520 West Elberta Dr., beginning at 6:00 P.M. to consider a proposed site plan review for the Capstone Classical Academy Charter School development. The property is at approximately 1722 W US 89.

Further information can be obtained by contacting the City office at 782-8529.

Bill Cobabe
City Planner

Pleasant View Planning Commission

Thursday, November 2, 2017 - 9:00pm

Planning Commission

Planning Commission

Notice Date & Time: 11/2/17 6:00 PM - 11/2/17 9:00 PM

Description/Agenda:

 

Page 1
MEETING NOTICE OF THE
PLEASANT VIEW PLANNING COMMISSION
Notice is hereby given that the Planning Commission of Pleasant View City will hold a regularly scheduled meeting in the Council Chambers at the Pleasant View City Offices, 520 West Elberta Drive, on Thursday, November 02, 2017 at 6:00 PM.
AGENDA
6:00 PM Call to Order
A. Opening Prayer, Reading, or Expression of Thought
B. Pledge of Allegiance
C. Approval of the agenda and minutes from the and October 19, 2017 meeting
LEGISLATIVE
1. Discussion on revisions to the zoning ordinance
OTHER BUSINESS
2. Commission Communications
3. Staff Communications/Training
**ADJOURN PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING**
Dated this 27th day of October, 2017
/s/ Bill Cobabe/City Administrator
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing auxiliary services for these meetings should call the Pleasant View City Offices at 801-782-8529, at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

Pleasant View Planning Commission

Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 6:00pm

Revised Notice

Planning Commission

Planning Commission

Notice Date & Time: 10/19/17 6:00 PM

Description/Agenda:

 

MEETING NOTICE OF THE
PLEASANT VIEW PLANNING COMMISSION

Notice is hereby given that the Planning Commission of Pleasant View City will hold a regularly scheduled meeting in the Council Chambers at the Pleasant View City Offices, 520 West Elberta Drive, on Thursday, October 19, 2017 at 6:00 PM.

AGENDA

6:00 PM Call to Order

A. Opening Prayer, Reading, or Expression of Thought
B. Pledge of Allegiance
C. Approval of the Agenda
D. Minutes from the August 17, 2017 and September 21, 2017 meeting

ADMINISTRATIVE

1. Discussion/Decision on approving a proposed plat amendment of the Parkland Commercial Subdivision, located at approximately 2740 N Parkland Blvd, adjusting lot lines between Lots 2,3,4.
2. Discussion/Decision on approving the Twin Taylor Minor Subdivision.

LEGISLATIVE

3. PUBLIC HEARING - Discussion/Decision on the Capstone Charter Academy Zoning Map Amendment, changing the Zone from MP-1 to RE-20

4. PUBLIC HEARING - Discussion/Decision on the proposed amendments and updates to the City's Public Works Standards.

5. Discussion on revisions to the zoning ordinance

OTHER BUSINESS

6. Commission Communications

7. Staff Communications/Training

**ADJOURN PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING**

Dated this 13th day of October, 2017
/s/ Bill Cobabe/City Administrator

Planning Commission MEETING NOTICE OF THE PLEASANT VIEW BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

Monday, October 16, 2017 - 5:30pm

Planning Commission

MEETING NOTICE OF THE PLEASANT VIEW BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

Notice Date & Time: 10/16/17 5:30 PM

Description/Agenda:

 

MEETING NOTICE OF THE
PLEASANT VIEW BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

Notice is hereby given that the Board of Adjustment of Pleasant View City will hold a public meeting in the Council Chambers at the Pleasant View City Offices, 520 West Elberta Drive, on Monday, October 16, 2017 at 5:30 PM.

AGENDA

5:30 PM Call to Order

A. Approval of the Agenda

B. Discussion/Decision - Variance request brought on behalf of Carson Jones of Blackburn Jones REI for Lots 18, 19, 20, and 21. The request is for a variance to Section 18.10.050 requiring 30' front yard setbacks and allowing 20' front yard setbacks for those lots.

**ADJOURN BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT MEETING**

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