FRUIT HEIGHTS -- The Fruit Heights City Council voted 4-0 to rezone 20.35 acres of land from agricultural to residential during its Tuesday night meeting. Council member Scott Stephenson abstained due to a declared conflict of interest. This clears the way for the property, called Lanes End, to be developed.A public hearing was held prior to the vote for the change, and no public comment was taken. Five new home businesses were granted a business license during the meeting: Aquacate, Inc., a swimming pool design and engineering firm; Dutrite Bookkeeping and Billing Service; Fisher Voice Words Inc., a commercial voice-over production marketing firm; Trim Art Inc., sales and distribution; Medical Assets Recovery Systems LLC,broker for used medical equipment.
A vacancy on the city planning commission was also announced with the moving of Todd Richardson to Kaysville.Residents west of Highway 89 and South of Baer Creek are invited to apply.The closing date is April 14.
The dates for the annual spring cleanup were announced. Saturday, April 15 is the only day available, said City Manager Brandon Green.
It's hoped an additional date in May can also be added, he said.
A big dumpster will be placed across from the entrance to the Davis Park Golf Course. For more information, call the city offices at 546-0861.