Salt Lake City

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CENTRAL BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT ASSESSMENT AREA DESIGNATION (CBIA 19)

A link to the following notice can also be found on the Utah Public Notice Website.
Utah Public Notice
Salt Lake City Council
OFFICIAL NOTICE OF PROTEST TO ASSESSMENT AREA DESIGNATION for Central Business Improvement Area (CBIA-19)
Notice Date & Time: 11/27/18 7:00 PM -11/27/18 1:00 AM
Description/Agenda:

OFFICIAL NOTICE OF PROTESTS FILED IN RESPONSE TO PROPOSED CENTRAL BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT ASSESSMENT AREA DESIGNATION (CBIA 19) (for format please see attached Excel spreadsheet).

The attached spreadsheet includes date of protest, property or business owner, parcel address or parcel number, description of protest, estimated base assessment, and estimated holiday lighting assessment.

 

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TIME FOR FILING PROTESTS

PROTESTS FROM PROPERTY OWNERS OBJECTING TO THE ASSESSMENT AREA DESIGNATION OR OBJECTING TO BEING ASSESSED FOR THE PROPOSED ECONOMIC PROMOTION ACTIVITIES MUST BE FILED IN WRITING WITH THE CITY RECORDER OF SALT LAKE CITY EITHER IN PERSON DURING REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, OR BY MAIL ON OR BEFORE 5:00 P.M. ON NOVEMBER 19, 2018 (ROOM 415, CITY & COUNTY BUILDING).
To be counted against the creation of the Assessment Area, protests or objections MUST BE IN WRITING, signed by the owners of the property proposed to be assessed. The written protest must describe or otherwise identify said property. If the aggregate taxable value of property that is the subject of timely filed written protests represents at least 40% of the aggregate taxable value of all property within the Assessment Area, the City Council will not impose the Base Assessment and if the linear feet frontage of the Holiday Lighting Streets (except that corner lots will not apply for both frontages as applicable, only one) that is the subject of timely filed written protests represents at least 40% of the aggregate linear feet frontage of Holiday Lighting Streets assessed within the Assessment Area, the City Council will not impose the Holiday Lighting Assessment. Protests withdrawn prior to the expiration of the protest period and protests from areas deleted from the Assessment Area will not be counted against the creation of the Assessment Area.
On Tuesday, November 27, 2018 (such date being within 15 days after the date the protest period expires), at 7:00 p.m. at the Council Chambers at 451 South State Street in Salt Lake City, Utah, the City Council shall count the written protests filed and calculate whether adequate protests have been filed and hold a public meeting to announce the protest tally and whether adequate protests have been filed. The City shall post the total and percentage of the written protests it has received on its website at least five days before such meeting.
BY RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH

/s/ Cindi Mansell
City Recorder

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Location:
451 South State Street, SLC, 84111
Contact information:
Salt Lake City Council Office , council.comments@slcgov.com, (801)535-7600