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File #: 20-0421    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 4/22/2020 In control: Committee of the Whole
On agenda: 4/28/2020 Final action:
Title: A Resolution of the Salt Lake County Council Authorizing Execution and Delivery of a Cooperative Agreement between the Utah Department of Transportation and Salt Lake County; and Related Documents, Affecting a Portion of the Jordan River trail in Bluffdale, Utah
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. Resolution for Cooperative Agreement UDOT - Porter Rockwell (4-23-20) - AATF
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A Resolution of the Salt Lake County Council Authorizing Execution and Delivery of a Cooperative Agreement between the Utah Department of Transportation and Salt Lake County; and Related Documents, Affecting a Portion of the Jordan River trail in Bluffdale, Utah
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Description: Salt Lake County has constructed and maintains portions of the Jordan River Trail in Bluffdale, Utah. The Trail is located on several easements over property presently owned by Pacificorp (also known as Rocky Mountain Power), Bluffdale City, the Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District, and Utah Department of Transportation. UDOT has a construction project known as Porter Rockwell Boulevard in this area and, as part of the Project, has recently acquired some property from the District where the Trail is located. To complete the Project, UDOT needs to relocate portions of the Trail. To relocate the Trail and construct the Project, UDOT has or will acquire easements for the benefit of the County from RMP and Bluffdale, will grant a perpetual license to the County on the property UDOT now owns, and will work with the District for the new Trail locations on the property retained by the District. UDOT needs to acquire a temporary construction easement from the County to construct or reconstruct a portion of the Trail on adjacent property owned by the County. With the acquisition of District Property and the relocation of the Trail on the District Property, UDOT has asked the County to release its easements within the District Property by signing a recordable document in exchange for, among other things, the Perpetual License. UDOT has prepared a Cooperative Agreement to address the construction of the Trail and the acquisition of the exchange of the RMP Easement, the Bluffdale Easement, and the Perpetual License in exchange for the Temporary Construction Easement and the Relinquishment of Easement. The exchange in value of these interests and the work to be p...

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