a) Change Order No.1 to Architectural Engineering (A/E) Services Contract No. 2017-2106-0590 with Dig Studio increasing the contract amount by 1,191,987 for additional design and engineering services for Gilbert Regional Park - Phases 1 and 1B, Project No. PR031; b) Change Order No.1 to Contract No. 2017-2106-0604 with Marc Taylor, Inc. increasing the contract amount by 263,325 to provide additional project management services for the Gilbert Regional Park, Project No. PR031; c) Change Order No.1 to Contract No. 2017-2106-0628 with Haydon Building
a) the application and acceptance of 2018 Arizona State Parks Trails Non- Motorized Outdoor Recreation Grant No. 2018-5002-0188 for accessible parking and trail access within the Riparian Preserve in the amount of 80,000 and authorize the Mayor to execute the required documents; and b) a Contingency Transfer from the Grant Fund Contengency in the amount of 85,000. 17 BUDGET consider approval of a Contingency Transfer for the claim settlements incurred for the period of July 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017 from: a) General Contingency Fund in the amount of 32,810; b) Streets Contingency Fund in the amount of 6,810; c) Water Contingency Fund in the amount of 1,301; d) Wastewater Contingency Fund in the amount of 3,220;
PUBLIC HEARING Items will be heard at one Public Hearing; at which time anyone wishing to comment on a Public Hearing Item may do so. Comments will be heard from those in support of or in opposition to an item. Hearings are noticed for 7:00 p.m. In order to comment on a Public Hearing Item, you must fill out a public comment form, indicating the Item Number on which you wish to be heard. Once the hearing is closed, there will be no further public comment unless requested by a member of the Council. After the Public Hearing, the Council may act on all items not requiring additional staff, public, or Councilmember comment with a single vote.
a) adoption of a Resolution approving a Minor General Plan amendment to change the land use classification of approximately 35.47 acres of real property generally located south and east of the southeast corner of Recker and Williams Field Roads from approximately 14.66 acres of Gateway Village Center and 10.00 acres of Residential >14-25 DU/Ac, and 10.81 acres of Residential >8-14 DU/Ac to approximately 35.47 acres of Residential > 5-8 DU/Ac as shown on the exhibit which is available for viewing in the Planning and Development Services Office. The effect of this amendment will be to change the plan of development to allow the reconfiguration of a previously approved residential development; and b) approval of the findings and adoption of an Ordinance to amend Ordinance Nos.1900 and 2179 pertaining to the Cooley Station Residential, Office, and Shopping Center Planned Area Development (PAD-ROS), Ordinance Nos. 2195 and 2304 pertaining to the Cooley Station Residential 2 Planned Area Development (PAD-2), and Ordinance Nos. 2413, 2425, 2443, 2473, 2485, 2496, 2520, 2521, 2563, and 2612 pertaining to both PAD-ROS and PAD-2 by removing from the Cooley Station PAD-ROS and PAD-2 approximately 114.88 acres of real property generally located south and east of the southeast corner of Recker and Williams Field Roads and consisting of approximately 14.66 acres of Gateway Village Center (GVC), 10.00 acres of Multi-Family / Medium (MF/M), and 90.22 acres of Single Family - Detached (SF-D) zoning districts, approving the Development Plan for the Cooley Station Parcels 9, 11, 17A, and 30 for approximately 114.88 acres of Single Family - Detached (SF-D) zoning districts, all with a Planned Area Development overlay zoning district as shown on the exhibit (map), which is available for viewing in the Planning and Development Services Office; and amending the conditions of development in the Cooley Station Parcels 9, 11, 17A, and 30 Planned Area Development (PAD). The effect of the rezoning will be to: allow for a decrease in density/intensity, reduce the minimum lot area, increase the height, decrease the minimum front yard setback, clarify the side setback, clarify minimum rear yard setback, and increase maximum lot coverage.
POLICY ITEMS FUTURE MEETINGS There may be a discussion of whether to place an item on a future agenda and the date, but not the merits of the item. Requested Agenda Items and Projected Meeting Dates: March - May 2018 - Adjust Mayor and Council compensation to levels existing prior to the change to the Town Code that provided for automatic increases to the compensation for the Mayor and Council. Contact: Christopher Payne (J. Taylor, V. Petersen, E. Cook) COMMUNICATIONS
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