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File #: 20-1191    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 12/1/2020 In control: Committee of the Whole
On agenda: 12/8/2020 Final action:
Title: A Resolution of the Salt Lake County Council Declaring Surplus Real Property, Authorizing Execution of a Boundary Line Agreement with the Douglas C. and Kristelle H. Young Revocable Trust Regarding Certain Real Property Located in Cottonwood Heights, Utah
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. Resolution for Boundary Line Agreement with Young Trust - Crestwood AATF (002), 3. Boundary Line Agreement with Young Trust - Crestwood AATF
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A Resolution of the Salt Lake County Council Declaring Surplus Real Property, Authorizing Execution of a Boundary Line Agreement with the Douglas C. and Kristelle H. Young Revocable Trust Regarding Certain Real Property Located in Cottonwood Heights, Utah
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Description: The County owns a parcel of real property in Cottonwood Heights, Utah, consisting of approximately 17.06 acres and having an address of 1673 East Siesta Drive, Cottonwood Heights, Utah (Parcel No. 22-28-326-012), together with any and all improvements located thereon and encumbrances affecting the same. The Douglas C. and Kristelle H. Young Revocable Trust under agreement dated March 15, 2018, owns a parcel of real property adjacent to the County Property, consisting of approximately 0.87 acres and having an address of 7450 S. Greer Lane, Cottonwood Heights, Utah (Parcel No. 22-28-304-035), together with any and all improvements located thereon and encumbrances affecting the same. Douglas C. Young and Kristelle H. Young are the trustees of the Young Trust. The Young Property is located adjacent to the southwest boundary line of the County Property. Many years ago, a fence was constructed near the deeded boundary line separating the Young Property from the County Property, but the Fence was not installed along the exact boundary line. A portion of the Fence encroaches into the County Property, and a portion of the Fence encroaches into the Young Property. To resolve this confusion regarding the boundary between the County Property and the Young Property, the County and the Young Trust have negotiated a Property Boundary Line Agreement, which is attached hereto as Exhibit 1. It has been determined that the best interests of the County and the general public will be served by entering into theD Agreement. The adjustment of the boundary line will comply with all applicable state statutes and City and County ordinances.

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