On November 9, the council met in a business meeting and took the following actions:
- Recognized the heroic efforts of three citizens, who saved a neighbor from a burning home: Randal Ricker, Ashtyn Ricker, and Miranda Sleeman.
- Recognized the Utah Cold War Veterans and Larry Kerr’s efforts in helping them to be recognized.
- Amended the cemetery ordinance related to the maximum size of flat grave markers.
- Approved a zone change and development agreement related to property near 300 South and 1550 West from agricultural (A-1) zoning to Mixed-Use (MXD) and General Commercial (GC), which will include a hotel, six multi-family apartment buildings, and a row of single family homes.
- Awarded a construction contract for planned utility improvements in 2022.
- Approved participation in a WaterSMART grant to assist in the upgrade of culinary water meters to be read by radio.
- Authorized the acquisition of additional District 3 water for secondary water use from the Weber Basin Conservancy District.
- Authorized the communication of the city’s acceptance of UDOT’s proposal to relocate a secondary pond to a new location.
- Adopted amendments to the city budget.
- Authorized the donation of $5,000.00 to Safe Harbor, which operates the rape and domestic violence crisis center in Davis County. ARPA funds will be utilized for this expenditure.
- Authorized an agreement for enhanced mental health support for Syracuse first responders.
- Updated multiple references and cross-references within the Syracuse City Municipal Code.
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