Good Morning,

There are two important meetings this Thursday. The first is a joint Town Council and Planning & Zoning Commission Work session to review proposed Land Use Ordinances.

Huntsville Town Hall
Thursday, April 6, 2006 5:30 p.m.


Following the work session, the Huntsvill Town Council will hold its regularly scheduled meeting.

Huntsville Town Hall
Thursday, April 6, 2006 7:30 p.m.

See the agenda below (there is more info below the agenda, so be sure to scroll down):,%20April%206,%202006.pdf



Public notice is hereby given that the Town Council along with the Planning & Zoning Commission
of Huntsville Utah, Weber County, will hold a Work Session, April 6th at 5:30 p.m.
at the Town Hall, to review the proposed Land Use Ordinances.

Public notice is hereby given that the Town Council of Huntsville Utah, Weber County, will hold a Regular Meeting April 6th at the time and place set forth below to consider the agenda items below.

MEETING PLACE: Huntsville Town Hall, 7309 East 200 South, in Town.
TIME: 7:30 P.M.

1. Call meeting to order-Mayor McKay.

2. Pledge of Allegiance-by invitation.

3. Department Reports:

3.1 Mayor McKay:

A. WACOG updalote.
B. Water update.
C. Other.

3.2 Council Member Truett:

A. Excused.

3.3 Council Member Stevenson:

A. Update on park.
B. Update on 4th of July.
C. Update on cemetery.
D. Other.

3.4 Council Member Sorensen:

A. Web site update.
B. History Department update.
C. Community Events update.
D. Other.

3.5 Council Member Gault:

A. Set date for Public Hearing on proposed Land Use Ordinances.
B. Set date for Work Session.
C. RAMP grant report.
D. Other.

4. New Business.

5. Citizen Comments.

6. Approval of Town Council Meeting minutes held March 16th, 2006.

7. Approval of Summary of minutes held March 16th, 2006.

8. Approval of Work Session minutes held March 16th, 2006.

9. Approval of Work Session minutes held March 23rd, 2006.

10. Adjournment of meeting.

Dated this 4th day of April 2006. Posted: Post Office Chevron Station
Town Hall
Gail Ahlstrom, Clerk/Recorder

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing assistance with attendance to these meetings should call Gail Ahlstrom @ 745-1218, giving at least a 48 hour advance notice


One last thing, Sue Bodily from West Haven wanted me to pass this information on to our residents:

We would love to invite the residents of Huntsville to the first annual Utah Renaissance Festival and Fantasy Faire, to be held May 4, 5 and 6, 2006 at West Haven Park from 10 am to 8 pm.

There will be staged entertainment, artisans selling handcrafted gifts, wonderful food and strolling fairies to amuse children of all ages. Additionally, we plan to have authorities on various ancient arts, such as carding wool, blacksmithing and candle making at hand to show their talents to patrons.

Set in a renaissance time frame, we will even have visiting royalty that may be induced to ‘knight’ children who are exceptionally good!

Parking is free, admission will be only $5 per adult, with children and senior $3; children under 5 will attend free. We also will have a family pass for $25 that will allow up to 8 members of one family to participate and enjoy the festival!

We especially wish to invite senior citizens to take advantage of our Thursday and Friday morning hours.

The Utah Renaissance Festival will be a celebration of Spring, art, history and nature!

Please feel free to contact me for additional information or refer to our web site:


Sue Bodily

Utah Renaissance Festival and Fantasy Faire


Thanks and have a good week.

Be sure to visit often!!