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File #: 21-0690    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Public Hearings and Notices Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 6/2/2021 In control: County Council
On agenda: 6/8/2021 Final action:
Title: A Resolution of the Salt Lake County Council Authorizing Execution of an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement with Midvale City for the Transfer of Certain Real Property
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. Resolution for Interlocal with Midvale (6.2.21) - AATF, 3. Interlocal Cooperation Agreement - Fort Union (Midvale edits) 6-2-21 - AATF
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Requested Agenda Date:
6/8/2021

Requested Agenda Title:
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A Resolution of the Salt Lake County Council Authorizing Execution of an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement with Midvale City for the Transfer of Certain Real Property
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Requested Agenda Item Description: Salt Lake County owns fee title to certain real property located at approximately 7188 South Union Park Ave., Midvale, Utah, identified as Parcel No. 22-29-202-060 The County Property is surrounded by commercial property in the Fort Union Shopping Center and in turn surrounds a separate parcel identified as Lot 17 on that certain Fort Union Commercial Subdivision recorded in the Official Records as Entry No. 13381491. The owner of Lot 17 and the property surrounding the County Property. would like to redevelop its property. In order to facilitate this process and preserve the unique history of this area, the Lot 17 Owner would like to relocate certain historical elements on the County Property and Lot 17 from their current locations to a location along North Union Ave that is closer to the historic location of Fort Union and which will provide better public access to and awareness of the historical elements. The County and Midvale City believe that this relocation would benefit the public by improving access to and increasing awareness of the historical elements and preserving their historical significance to the City and the County. The City is willing to acquire the County Property, facilitate its disposal in accordance with the City's statutory and constitutional obligations, and oversee the relocation of the historic elements to the New Location. It has been determined that the best interests of the County and the general public will be served by transferring the County Property to the City as proposed in the attached Interlocal Cooperation Agreement. The exchange and conveyance of the property will comply with all applicable state statutes and County ordinances.

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