discusses street upgrades, RAPZ tax
By Shauna Smith
February 6, 2006 | MILLVILLE -- The Planning Commission
is discussing construction to upgrade 550 North in Millville.
The commission has sent its request to UDOC (Unscheduled
Discrete Organic Chemicals) and it is being processed.
The commission has also given the plans to widen the
road to Cpak Technology Solutions who is taking them
"[The construction] may bring the road to a square
rather than a taper," said Gary Larsen, Millville Maintenance
Construction is still in design.
In other news, the City Council discussed the application
of the RAPZ (Recreation, Arts, Parks, and Zoos) tax
grant, for which they are required to submit by March
The council is trying to acquire the right of way
to land starting at the mouth of Blacksmith Fork Canyon
and reaching Providence and Millville. The RAPZ tax
grant will be used for either an asphalt or dirt river
The city's construction and design standards were
"In my opinion, there are a few rules in there that
don't fit Millville. They're more of a Salt Lake City-type
situation," said Superintendent Larsen.
The council set a meeting for Wednesday, Feb. 22 to
discuss these issues.
The council discussed the age requirements for Miss
Millville. In the past, the pageant has been open only
to high school seniors and the council may change it
to juniors only. This year it would be open to both
ages to give this year's seniors a chance to participate,
and next year it would be open only to juniors.
In other business, Cory Law was sworn in by the city
recorder as a new planning commissioner. He will serve
a 2 1/2-year term.