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File #: 21-0208    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 2/17/2021 In control: Committee of the Whole
On agenda: 2/23/2021 Final action:
Title: A Resolution of the Salt Lake County Council Approving and Authorizing the Mayor to Execute Two Perpetual Culinary Waterline Easement Agreements and a Perpetual Secondary Waterline Easement Agreement with the City of South Jordan
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. Culinary Waterline Resolution, 3. Exhibit A-1 Bingham Creek .006 2PE, 4. Exhibit A-2 Bingham Creek .012 3PE, 5. Exhibit B Bingham Creek .012 4PE
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A Resolution of the Salt Lake County Council Approving and Authorizing the Mayor to Execute Two Perpetual Culinary Waterline Easement Agreements and a Perpetual Secondary Waterline
Easement Agreement with the City of South Jordan
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Description: Salt Lake County owns several parcels of real property located at approximately 10004 South 4800 West and 9800 South County Road in South Jordan, Utah, which is part of the Bingham Creek Regional Park. The County needs new waterlines to provide culinary water in the Park and a secondary water line for watering the landscaping at the Park. The City of South Jordan provides culinary water services and secondary water services in the area where the Park is located. In order to receive culinary water services through the City, the County has agreed to provide the City with two 15-foot-wide perpetual non-exclusive culinary waterline easements within the Park (one on Parcel No. 26-12-400-006 and one on Parcel No. 26-12-400-012) to allow for the construction, maintenance, and repair of the City's underground culinary water pipelines and related facilities In order to receive secondary water services through the City, the County has agreed to provide the City with one 15-foot-wide perpetual non-exclusive secondary waterline easement within the Park (on Parcel No. 26-12-400-012) to allow for the construction, maintenance, and repair of the City's underground secondary water pipelines and related facilities. The County and the City have prepared two Perpetual Easement Agreements wherein the County grants perpetual non-exclusive culinary waterline easements to the City for the construction, maintenance, and repair of the Culinary Water Facilities. Similarly, the County and the City have also prepared a Perpetual Easement Agreement (the "Secondary Easement Agreement") wherein the County grants a perpetual non-exclusive secondary waterline easement to the City for the construction, maintenance, an...

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