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File #: 21-1450    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Discussion Items Status: Passed
File created: 12/27/2021 In control: County Council
On agenda: 1/4/2022 Final action: 1/4/2022
Title: A Resolution of the Salt Lake County Council Declaring Surplus Real Property and Authorizing Execution of the Attached Interlocal Cooperation Agreement with Utah State University and Related Documents
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. Resolution for Interlocal and Land Trade with Utah State University (12.20.21) - AATF, 3. 22.01.04 Interlocal Agmt SLCO and USU (final) - AATF
Requested Agenda Date:
1/4/2022

Requested Agenda Title:
Title
A Resolution of the Salt Lake County Council Declaring Surplus Real Property and Authorizing Execution of the Attached Interlocal Cooperation Agreement with Utah State University and Related Documents
Body

Requested Agenda Item Description: Salt Lake County owns several parcels of land in South Jordan, Utah, at 11059 South 2200 West (Tax ID Nos. 27-15- 351-003, 27-15-351-004; 27-22-101-001, 27-22-101-003, and 27-22-151-005), 11375 South 2200 South (Tax ID No. 27-22- 151-008), 11160 South Redwood Road, (Tax ID Nos. 27-22- 126-025 and 27-22-176-018), 11158 South Redwood Road (Tax ID No. 27-22-126-026), and 11154 South Redwood Road (Tax ID No. 27-22-126-023). Utah State University acquired title to a portion of several parcels of real property located south of Herriman Highway in an area recently annexed into Herriman City at approximately 8300 West U-111 Highway (Tax ID No. 26-32-400-001), 8101 West U-111 Highway (Tax Id No. 26-32-400-002) and 7902 West U-111 Highway (Tax ID No. 26-33-201-002), consisting of approximately 50.0 acres. The County and the University desire to exchange the properties. In accordance with Title 11, Chapter 13 of the Utah Code, the University and the County have prepared an Interlocal Cooperation Agreement to accomplish this exchange. In accordance with the terms and conditions of the Agreement, the County will convey to the University the Equestrian Center Property, and in exchange the University will convey to the County the Trailhead Property. The County will retain right to repurchase the Equestrian Center Property under certain circumstances.

Requested Action: Discussion - Vote Needed

Presenter(s) (with titles): Holly Yocom, Community Services Department Director; Derrick Sorensen, Real Estate Manager; Robin Chalhoub, Community Services Associate Director; Chris Preston, District Attorney's Office

Time Needed: 20 MINS

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