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MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA

PERSONS WITH A DISABILITY MAY REQUEST A REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION BY CONTACTING THE CITY CLERK S OFFICE AT (480-312-2412). REQUESTS SHOULD BE MADE 24

HOURS IN ADVANCE, OR AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE TO ALLOW TIME TO
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CLERK S OFFICE (480-312-2412).

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION VISIT: WWW.SCOTTSDALEAZ.GOV/COUNCIL/MEETING-INFORMATION

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SCOTTSDALE

CITY COUNCIL MEETING MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA

COUNCIL

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W.J. Jim Lane, Mayor Suzanne Klapp Virginia L. Korte Kathleen S. Littlefield

Linda Milhaven Guy Phillips David N. Smith

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Unless an exception is made, or unless otherwise noted, the Council will not begin discussion on any new items after 10:00 p.m. Items that are not

heard will be continued to the next scheduled Council meeting (February 20, 2018).

5:00 P.M.

CITY COUNCIL MEETING City Hall Kiva Forum, 3939 N. Drinkwater Boulevard

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Call to Order

Roll Call One or more members of the Council may be unable to attend the Council meeting in person and may participate telephonically, pursuant to

A.R.S. 38-431(4).

Pledge of Allegiance

Invocation

Mayor s Report

Presentations/Information Updates

Scottsdale Arts Update Presenter(s): Kathy Wills, Chairman of the Board of Trustees

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Public Comment Public Comment time is reserved for citizens to comment on non-agendized items that are within the Council s jurisdiction. No official

Council action can be taken on these items.
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Public Comment time is also the designated time for presenting a citizen petition. There is no limit on the number of petitions a citizen may

present; however, each citizen is limited to a total time of three minutes to present and speak to the petition(s). A Request to Speak card must be submitted together with the petition(s) before the Mayor announces the second Public Comment period.

Speakers may address the Council once under Public Comment at the beginning or the end of the meeting, but not both. Public Comment is limited to a

total of 15 minutes at the beginning and 15 minutes at the end of the meeting. Speakers are limited to three minutes to address the Council during Public Comment.
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MINUTES

Request: Approve the Special Meeting Minutes of January 8, 2018, and January 23, 2018; Regular Meeting Minutes of January 8, 2018, and January 23,

2018; and Executive Session Minutes of January 8, 2018.

CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS 1-14

How the Consent Agenda Works: The Council may take one vote to act on all of the items on the Consent Agenda, or may remove items for further

discussion. If you wish to speak on an item on the Consent Agenda, please complete a Request to Speak card for each topic you wish to address. You will be given one opportunity to speak on any or all Consent items listed on the agenda. After all of the speakers have finished, the Council will decide which items to remove for additional discussion and/or presentation from staff. Items not removed from the Consent Agenda will be considered in one motion. Items removed for clarification or discussion by the Council will be acted on as appropriate.
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1. Blind Dragon/Dorian Liquor License (107-LL-2017 2) Request: Consider forwarding a recommendation of approval to the Arizona Department of Liquor

Licenses and Control for a person transfer of a Series 6 (bar) State liquor license for an existing location with a new owner. Location: 7419 E. Indian Plaza Staff Contact(s): Tim Curtis, Current Planning Director, 480-312-4210, tcurtis@scottsdaleaz.gov
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2. IL Bosco Pizza Liquor License (1-LL-2018) Request: Consider forwarding a recommendation of approval to the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses

and Control for a Series 12 (restaurant) State liquor license for an existing location with a new owner. Location: 7120 E. Becker Lane Staff Contact(s): Tim Curtis, Current Planning Director, 480-312-4210, tcurtis@scottsdaleaz.gov
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3. Uncorked Wine Lounge Eatery Liquor License (3-LL-2018) Request: Consider forwarding a recommendation of approval to the Arizona Department of

Liquor Licenses and Control for a Series 12 (restaurant) State liquor license for an existing location and owner, new license series. Location: 17025 N. Scottsdale Road, Suite 140 Staff Contact(s): Tim Curtis, Current Planning Director, 480-312-4210, tcurtis@scottsdaleaz.gov
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4. Fraesfield Mountain Trailhead Municipal Use Master Site Plan (11-UP-2017) Request: Find that the conditional use permit criteria have been met and

adopt Resolution No. 11001 approving a Municipal Use Master Site Plan for the purpose of constructing an access trailhead area for the McDowell Sonoran Preserve on 6 acres of a 533 -acre site of City- owned property located at the northwest corner of E. Rio Verde Drive and N. 134th Street with Single- Family Residential District, Environmentally Sensitive Lands (R1-70/ESL and R1-190/ESL) zoning. Location: 13400 E. Rio Verde Drive Staff Contact(s): Randy Grant, Planning and Development Services Director, 480-312-2664, rgrant@scottsdaleaz.gov
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5. Granite Mountain Trailhead Municipal Use Master Site Plan (12-UP-2017) Request: Find that the conditional use permit criteria have been met and

adopt Resolution No. 11002 approving a Municipal Use Master Site Plan for the purpose of constructing an access trailhead area for the McDowell Sonoran Preserve on 6 acres of a 471 -acre site of City- owned property located at the northwest corner of E. Lone Mountain Road and N. 136th Street with Single-Family Residential District, Environmentally Sensitive Lands (R1-190/ESL) zoning. Location: 31402 N. 136th Street (Parcel Nos. 216-58-001 and 216-59-009) Staff Contact(s): Randy Grant, Planning and Development Services Director, 480-312-2664, rgrant@scottsdaleaz.gov
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CONSENT AGENDA

6. Storyrock Abandonment and Development Agreement (4-AB-2017)

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Requests: 1. Adopt Resolution No. 10970 authorizing the abandonment of portions of right-of-way on N. 128th

Street on the east side, north and south of E. Ranch Gate Road and portions of right-of-way within the proposed Storyrock subdivision with

Single-Family Residential, Planned Community District, Environmentally Sensitive Lands (R1-43 PCD ESL, R1-35 PCD ESL, R1-70 PCD ESL, and R1-18 PCD ESL) zoning.
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2. Adopt Resolution No. 10992 authorizing Agreement No. 2018-005-COS with Cav-Ranch, LLC; Hilton Hills Property, L.L.L.P.; George A. Cavalliere;

Storyrock Development Corporation; and Vistas Development, Inc., to implement the zoning stipulations of the Storyrock Zoning Case No. 13-ZN-2014 (formally known as Cavalliere Ranch).
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Location: E. Ranch Gate Road/northeast corner of N. 128th Street Staff Contact(s): Randy Grant, Planning and Development Services Director,

480-312-2664, rgrant@scottsdaleaz.gov
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7. Neighborhood Advisory Commission Ordinance Request: Adopt Ordinance No. 4331 amending Sections 2-322 and 2-323 of the Scottsdale Revised Code

relating to the membership, purpose, powers, and duties of the Neighborhood Advisory Commission. Staff Contact(s): Randy Grant, Planning and Development Services Director, 480-312-2664, rgrant@scottsdaleaz.gov
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8. General Landscape Construction Services Job Order Contracts Request: Adopt Resolution No. 10998 authorizing the following one-year contract

extensions for Citywide general landscape construction services: 1. Contract No. 2015-004-COS-A2 with Valley Rain Construction Corporation 2. Contract No. 2015-005-COS-A2 with DBA Construction, Inc. Staff Contact(s): Daniel Worth, Public Works Director, 480-312-5555, dworth@scottsdaleaz.gov
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9. Engineering Services Contract for Intelligent Transportation Systems Request: Adopt Resolution No. 11013 authorizing Contract No. 2016-006-COS-A1

with Kimley- Horn and Associates, Inc., for a one-year contract extension, in an amount not to exceed 1,000,000, for on-call intelligent transportation system engineering services needed on an on-call basis for projects throughout the City. Staff Contact(s): Daniel Worth, Public Works Director, 480-312-5555, dworth@scottsdaleaz.gov
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10. Engineering Services Contracts for Stormwater Engineering Services Request: Adopt Resolution No. 11007 authorizing the following on-call

engineering services contracts for an initial two-year term, in an amount not to exceed 2,000,000 per contract, for on-call professional services to provide stormwater and drainage related services at various project locations throughout the City: 1. Contract No. 2018-016-COS with J2 Engineering and Environmental Design, LLC 2. Contract No. 2018-017-COS with Michael Baker International Inc. Staff Contact(s): Daniel Worth, Public Works Director, 480-312-5555, dworth@scottsdaleaz.gov
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11. Former Fire Station No. 601 Revocable License Agreement Request: Adopt Resolution No. 11021 authorizing Agreement No. 2018-024-COS with Maricopa

Ambulance, LLC, to house ambulances and their crews in former Fire Station No. 601. Location: 2857 N. Miller Road Staff Contact(s): Daniel Worth, Public Works Director, 480-312-5555, dworth@scottsdaleaz.gov
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CONSENT AGENDA

12. Parking Management Pilot Program Request: Adopt Resolution No. 11016 to authorize: 1. A FY 2017/18 transfer in the amount of 231,185 from the

Capital Improvement Plan In-Lieu
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Parking Fund to the Operating Special Programs Fund. 2. A 231,185 appropriation only operating contingency transfer from the adopted FY 2017/18

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operating Special Programs Fund contingency to a newly created operating Special Programs Fund cost center to be titled Parking Management Pilot

Program.
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Staff Contact(s): Paul Basha, Transportation Director, 480-312-7651, pbasha@scottsdaleaz.gov

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13. Financial Statement Audit Professional Services Contract Request: Adopt Resolution No. 11019 authorizing a one-year extension of Contract No.

2015-052-COS with Heinfeld, Meech Co., P.C., in an amount not to exceed 96,550, for the audit of the City s FY 2017/18 financial statements and related services. Staff Contact(s): Sharron Walker, City Auditor, 480-312-7867, swalker@scottsdaleaz.gov
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14. Biennial Certified Audit Professional Services Contract Request: Adopt Resolution No. 11020 authorizing the extension of Contract No.

2016-019-COS with Raftelis Financial Consultants, Inc., in an amount not to exceed 34,730, for the biennial certified audit of the City s land use assumptions, infrastructure improvements plan, and development impact fees. Staff Contact(s): Sharron Walker, City Auditor, 480-312-7867, swalker@scottsdaleaz.gov
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REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS 15-17

How the Regular Agenda Works: The Council takes a separate action on each item on the Regular Agenda. If you wish to address the Council regarding

any or all of the items on the Regular Agenda, please complete a Request to Speak card for each topic you wish to address and submit it to the City Clerk. Speakers will be given at least three minutes to speak per item. Additional time may be granted to speakers representing two or more persons. Cards for designated speakers and the persons they represent must be submitted together. Comment cards must be submitted before public testimony has begun on that item.
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15. Marshall Way Entry Feature (15-DR-2017) Requests: 1. Hearing to reconsider the Development Review Board s denial of the requested approval of the

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site plan for the location of the Marshall Way Entry Feature and lighting. 2. Uphold, modify, or overturn the Development Review Board s December 7,

2017, decision
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regarding 15-DR-2017, which denied a request for approval of a site plan for the location of the Marshall Way entry feature and lighting. Council

initiated the appeal on January 8, 2018.
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Location: Northwest corner of E. Indian School Road and N. Marshall Way Presenter(s): Jeff Barnes, Planner Staff Contact(s): Randy Grant, Planning

and Development Services Director, 480-312-2664, rgrant@scottsdaleaz.gov
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16. Loloma Lands Purchase and Sale Agreement Request: Adopt Resolution No. 11034 authorizing Agreement No. 2018-029-COS with ARC Scottsdale Holdings,

LLLP, for the sale of 183,000 square-feet of land for 27,750,000. Location: East of N. Goldwater Boulevard, near the intersection of N. Marshall Way and E. 2nd Street Presenter(s): Dan Worth, Public Works Director Staff Contact(s): Dan Worth, Public Works Director, 480-312-5555, dworth@scottsdaleaz.gov
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REGULAR AGENDA

17. Comprehensive Financial Policies and Governing Guidance

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Request: Adopt Resolution No. 10923 relating to Comprehensive Financial Policies and Governing Guidance as the formal guidelines for the City of

Scottsdale s FY 2018/19 financial planning and management. Presenter(s): Jeff Nichols, City Treasurer Staff Contact(s): Judy Doyle, Budget Director, 480-312-2603, jdoyle@scottsdaleaz.gov
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Public Comment Public Comment time is reserved for citizens to comment on non-agendized items that are within the Council s jurisdiction. No official

Council action can be taken on these items.
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Public Comment time is also the designated time for presenting a citizen petition. There is no limit on the number of petitions a citizen may

present; however, each citizen is limited to a total time of three minutes to present and speak to the petition(s). A Request to Speak card must be submitted together with the petition(s) before the Mayor announces the second Public Comment period.

Speakers may address the Council once under Public Comment at the beginning or the end of the meeting, but not both. Public Comment is limited to a

total of 15 minutes at the beginning and 15 minutes at the end of the meeting. Speakers are limited to three minutes to address the Council during Public Comment.
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CITIZEN PETITIONS ITEM 18

Citizen Petitions: This portion of the agenda is reserved for the submission and/or consideration of citizen petitions. There is no limit on the

number of petitions a citizen may submit; however, each citizen is limited to a total time of three minutes to speak to his/her petition(s). A Request to Speak card must be submitted, together with the petition(s), before the second Public Comment period begins.

18. Receipt of Citizen Petitions

Request: Accept and acknowledge receipt of citizen petitions. Any member of the Council may make a motion, to be voted on by the Council, to: (1)

Direct the City Manager to agendize the petition for further discussion; (2) direct the City Manager to investigate the matter and prepare a written response to the Council, with a copy to the petitioner; or (3) take no action. Staff Contact(s): Carolyn Jagger, City Clerk, 480-312-2411, cjagger@scottsdaleaz.gov
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Mayor and Council Items

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Adjournment

Work Study Session Agenda begins on the following page

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CITY COUNCIL WORK STUDY SESSION City Hall Kiva Forum, 3939 N. Drinkwater Boulevard (Immediately Following the Regular Meeting)

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Call to Order

Roll Call

One or more members of the Council may be unable to attend the Council meeting in person, and may participate in telephonically, pursuant to A.R.S.

38-431(4).

Work Study Sessions: Work study sessions provide a less formal setting for the Mayor and Council to discuss specific topics, at length, with each

other and City staff. Work study sessions provide an opportunity for staff to receive direction from the Council and for the public to observe these discussions.
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Public Comment To provide an opportunity for public input, yet continue to maximize the amount of time available for the Council to have focused

discussions, a total of fifteen minutes will be set aside at the beginning of each work study session for public comment on the agendized items. If you have thoughts or suggestions on the work study session items you would like the Council to consider, you are encouraged to complete a Written Comment card and submit your written comments to the City Clerk. The Clerk will ensure the Council receives your comments at various times throughout the evening.
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1. Bike Share

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Request: Presentation, discussion, and possible direction to staff regarding the numerous complaints that the City has received regarding the rental

bikes that have been placed around the City and report back on possible solutions, including giving consideration to voluntary reduction in numbers by the bike rental companies and regulatory action and enforcement by the City. Presenter(s): Lisa Johnson, Transportation Plan Transit Program Manager Staff Contact(s): Paul Basha, Transportation Director, 480-312-7651, pbasha@scottsdaleaz.gov
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Adjournment

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