Summit County Manager Bob Jasper has signed an Administrative Amendment to the Boyer Tech Park's Development Agreement. He told KPCW Tuesday he hasn't seen any appeals filed at this point for that decision, which prompted some discussion from County Council this week. Rick Brough has more.
An Administrative Amendment to the Boyer Tech Park's Development Agreement went before the County Council for discussion this week. Although the Agreement doesn't require an approval from the Council, it drew some hard-nosed comments from at least two Council members. Rick Brough has more.
County Council member Roger Armstrong says he's supportive of a change to Boyer Tech Park's development agreement - allowing the County Manager to determine early on if a prospective tenant fits with the allowed uses at the park.
Armstrong says he has confidence in County Manager Bob Jasper and Development Director Pat Putt. Rick Brough has more.
Summit County Manager Bob Jasper announced Wednesday he's going to sign an Amendment for the Boyer Tech Park's Development Agreement, which allows him to decide if a proposed tenant fits with the uses permitted in the project.
Jasper said the intent is to set up a predictable, transparent process, so a business can find out, early on, if it is compatible with the Tech Park's guidelines. Rick Brough has more.
County Council member David Ure says that, contrary to the suggestion by a Basin resident, it isn't improper that a fellow Council member has a small business in the first building set up in the Boyer Tech Park. Rick Brough has more.
In a brief discussion Wednesday, the Summit County Council heard from a Basin resident that the Boyer Tech Center at Kimball Junction isn't developing the kinds of businesses that were expected in its original plan. The citizen, Chris Hague, has also filed a GRAMA request concerning a business being operated by a Council member in the Tech Center's Building A. Rick Brough has more.
The Snyderville Planning Commission Tuesday night got a briefing on the Boyer Tech Park from Development Director Pat Putt. But they also heard from a Boyer representative that they're not on the same page as county planners about defining the uses in the park. Rick Brough has more.