Major Resort Coming to Rockville!

A series of recent events are bound to make a few Rockville Residents very happy and others quite frustrated. Several property owners in town have been challenging Rockville on their restriction of a commercial zoning for several years now. Thankfully, some commercial-use hospitality is finally being allowed in Rockville.

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Notice and Agenda for Rockville Town Council Meeting – 12-11-2019

Rockville Town Council

Regular Meeting

Rockville Community Center, Town Hall

December 11, 2019 – 6:00 pm

The Rockville Town Council will hold their regular meeting on Wednesday the 11th day of December 2019 at 6:00p.m. in the Rockville Community Center Town Hall, 43 E. Main, Rockville, Utah. 

If you are recognized by the Chairperson to be heard during any Town of Rockville public meeting, we ask that you come to the podium to speak to enable an accurate recording of your remarks.

The agenda will be as follows:

Call to Order

1.      Roll Call

2.      Pledge of Allegiance

3.      Approval of Agenda

4.      Declaration of conflict of interest with an agenda item.

Public Comments

If you wish to speak during Public Comment and Questions, please sign in with the Town Clerk by 5:45 p.m.  If more than one person desires to speak on the same topic, a time limit may be imposed.

Discussion/Information/Non-action Items 

  1. Report on Rockville/Springdale Fire Protection District – Deputy Chief Gildea
  2. Report on Recommendations of the Planning Commission – Chair Joyce Hamilton.
  3. Report on the Final Decision made by the Rockville Town Council on the HVAC System for the Rockville Community Center.

Action Items

  1. Consideration and possible approval on a proposed amendment to the Rockville Land Use Code Chapter 24A – Residential Short Term Rental Overlay Zone (RSTROZ) – Justin Mabey
  2. Discussion and Action on updating the Capital Improvements List for Five County Association of Governments.
  3. Approval of the minutes of the November 13, 2019 Town Council Regular Meeting.
  4. Approval of expenditures for the month of November 2019.

Administrative Non-Action Items

  1. Mayor and Council Member Reports

                       V. Terry Bell

                       Barry Sochat

                       M. Honer-Orton

                       Jeff Ballard

                       Mayor Pam Leach      

  1. Staff Report as needed

Adjournment

                                                                    Vicki S. Bell  

                                                                                        Town Clerk

THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO PARTICIPATE IN ALL TOWN MEETINGS.  If you need a special accommodation to participate in Town Meetings, please call the Town Clerk, Vicki S. Bell, at 772-0992 at least 24 hours prior to the meeting time.

This notice is provided as a courtesy to the community and is not the official notice for this meeting/hearing. This notice is not required by town ordinance or policy. Failure of the Town to provide this notice or failure of a property owner, resident, or other interested party to receive this notice does not constitute a violation of the Town’s noticing requirements or policies.

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California Communists

It’s no secret that the residents of Rockville want to keep our town the small and beautiful town as it has been since our ancestors arrived. Our history thrives with honest farmers and businessmen trying to make a living in the harsh realities of the past. The conservative values lasted for generations are and still prominent in the town.

Until the Californians arrived.

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The $18 Million Dollar Betrayal

The iconic bridge of Rockville. It represents a simpler time. Today, however, it is used as a symbol of power, corruption, and betrayal.

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Zion Lovingier

Zion and his engineer created a plan for smaller homes with smaller lots to be built in a simple way with a rural feel. There would be a pond for Rockville residents, a prominent trail from Main Street to the river with a walking path for the locals. A true win-win for all involved and Zion believed that he was successful because he was working with the city and not against it.

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