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File #: 20-0394    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 4/14/2020 In control: Committee of the Whole
On agenda: 4/21/2020 Final action:
Title: A Resolution of the Salt Lake County Council Approving the Acquisition of a Fee Interest in Certain Real Property From Albert L. Munsell and the Estate of Kay Lynn Munsell as Part of the Surplus Canal Project and the Transfer of the County's Excess Real Estate Interests in Adjacent Property to the Same
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. Resolution for Surplus Canal - Munsell AATF, 3. Munsell Acquisition File_26Mar2020
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A Resolution of the Salt Lake County Council Approving the Acquisition of a Fee Interest in Certain Real Property From Albert L. Munsell and the Estate of Kay Lynn Munsell as Part of the Surplus Canal Project and the Transfer of the County's Excess Real Estate Interests in Adjacent Property to the Same
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Description: Salt Lake County is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Surplus Canal, which is designed to divert water from the Jordan River to control flood flows. Over the years, the County has acquired various types of interest from private property Owner for the Surplus Canal's existing location. The County is currently working on a project to make its real property interests along the Surplus Canal uniform and remove encroachments into the Surplus Canal's levee system. Albert L. Munsell and the Estate of Kay Lynn Munsell, own a parcel of real property located in Salt Lake City that is adjacent to the Surplus Canal where the interests of the County need to be clarified and encroachments removed. Following negotiations, the County and the Owners have agreed that the Owners will convey a portion of the Owners' Property to the County by quit-claim deed. To clear up any cloud on the Owners' remaining title, the County will quit-claim to the Owners any excess interest it may have in the remaining Owners' Property beyond the ten foot offset landside toe line established by the Owners' Deed. It has been determined that the best interests of the County and the general public will be served by accepting the Owners' Deed from the Owners and quit-claiming the County Property Interest to the Owners. This transaction will be in compliance with all applicable state statutes and county ordinances.

Requested Action: Consent

Presenter(s): Derrick Sorenson, Real Estate Manager

Time Needed: Consent

Time Sensitive: No

Specific Time(s): No

Requesting Staff Member: Ina Landry, Administrative Services Department ...

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