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Board of Supervisors

Pima County

Meeting Agenda

MEETING LOCATION Administration Bldg - East 130 W. Congress Street

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1st Floor Tucson, AZ 85701

Board of Supervisors' Hearing Room9:00 AMTuesday, May 1, 2018

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PIMA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Richard El as, Chairman, District 5 Ram n Valadez, Vice Chair, District 2 Sharon Bronson, Acting Chair, District 3

Ally Miller, Member, District 1 Steve Christy, Member, District 4

AGENDA/ADDENDUM AND BROADCAST INFORMATION At least 24 hours before each scheduled meeting, the agenda/addendum is available online at www.pima.gov

and in the Clerk of the Board s Office, 130 W. Congress St., 5th Fl., Tucson, AZ 85701, Mon-Fri, 8am to 5pm. Cable Channels: Comcast 96 and Cox 96 Webcast: www.pima.gov
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PUBLIC PARTICIPATION SPEAKERS ARE LIMITED TO 3 MINUTES To address the Board of Supervisors, please complete a Speaker s Card available in the Hearing

Room. Clearly print your name/address, the agenda/addendum item number and other requested information. Speaker Cards are required for each item of interest including Call to the Public. On items not noticed as a hearing, speakers should submit a Speaker Card for Call to the Public. Place the completed Speaker Card(s) in the labeled baskets located on the dais. When the Chairman announces your name, step forward to the podium and state your name and affiliation (if applicable) for the record.

The Chairman reserves the right to ensure all testimony is pertinent or non-repetitive so the matter will be handled fairly and expeditiously, and

that all speakers abide by rules of civility. Any questions pertaining to the meeting can be directed to Julie Casta eda, Clerk of the Board.

HEARING ROOM NOTICE Law permits that a video and/or audio recording of all or part of this meeting may be made if doing so does not interfere with

the conduct of the meeting. Pima County has no control over the use and distribution of any such recordings. In addition to the official meeting proceedings, these recordings may include images of and comments made by the public prior to the start, during a recess and after adjournment of the meeting, and may be posted on social media or other internet sites.
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ACCESSIBILITY The Board Hearing Room is wheelchair and handicapped accessible. Any person who is in need of special services (e.g., assistive

listening device, Braille or large print agenda material, signer for hearing impaired, accessible parking, etc.) due to any disability will be accommodated. Please contact the Clerk of the Board at (520) 724-8449 for these services at least three (3) business days prior to the Board Meeting.
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Clerk's Note: Members of the Pima County Board of Supervisors will attend either in person or by telephone, video or internet conferencing.

1. ROLL CALL

2. INVOCATION

To be offered by Pastor Julio Martinez, Lift Him Up Ministries International.

3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

4. PAUSE 4 PAWS

PRESENTATION

5. Honoring Pima County Sheriff s Department Sgt. Charles Lopiccolo for his two years of outstanding service as the Board of Supervisors Sergeant at

Arms. (District 5)
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PRES_SgtCharlesLopiccolo_District5SubmittalAttachments:

PRESENTATION/PROCLAMATION

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6. Presentation of a proclamation to Paul Parisi, National Day of Prayer Committee, proclaiming the day of Thursday, May 3, 2018 to be: NATIONAL DAY

OF PRAYER
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PROC_NationalDayofPrayerAttachments:

7. Presentation of a proclamation to the Honorable Kyle A. Bryson, Presiding Judge of the Superior Court; Honorable Douglas Metcalf, Superior Court

Judge; and Ronald Overholt, Court Administrator, proclaiming the day of Monday, May 7, 2018 to be: LAW DAY
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PROC_LawDayAttachments:

8. Presentation of a proclamation to Lieutenant Elsa Navarro, proclaiming May 6 through 12, 2018 to be: NATIONAL NURSES WEEK

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PROC_NationalNursesWeekAttachments:

9. Presentation of a proclamation to Lieutenant Elsa Navarro, proclaiming May 6 through 12, 2018 to be: CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS WEEK

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PROC_CorrectionalOfficersWeekAttachments:

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10. Presentation of a proclamation to Major General John Almquist, Major General Ted Maxwell, Priscilla Storm, Kurtis Dawson, and Michael Reuwsaat,

that recognizes and supports the: 2018 YMCA COMMUNITY MILITARY BALL
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PROC_2018YMCACommunityMilitaryBallAttachments:

11. CALL TO THE PUBLIC

EXECUTIVE SESSION (Clerk's Note: As of the posting date of 4/25/18, no executive session item has been placed on the regular agenda. However, this is

subject to any addendum. Pursuant to A.R.S. 38-431.03(A)(3) the Board of Supervisors, or the Board sitting as other boards, may vote to go into executive session for the purpose of obtaining legal advice from its counsel with respect to any item listed on this agenda or any addendum thereto.)
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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS SITTING AS OTHER BOARDS

FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT BOARD

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12. Contract CMG Drainage Engineering, Inc., to provide for the El Vado Wash Drainage Improvement Project (5ELVDO), Flood Control District Tax Levy

Fund, contract amount not to exceed 407,134.00 (CT-FC-18-335)
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CT-FC-18-335Attachments:

SITTING AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

13. APPROVAL OF CONSENT CALENDAR

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND NEIGHBORHOOD CONSERVATION

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14. Annual Action Plan RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - 20, of the Board of Supervisors, to approve the submission of the annual action plan 2018-2019 to the

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
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FY 2018/2019 Pima County Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program Location-Applicant/Program/Activity/District/Request/Recommendation Ajo

Center for Sustainable Agriculture/ Seeds of Future /ps/3/ 27,087/ 21,740 Ajo Community Health Center, d.b.a. Desert Senita Community Health Center/Upgrade Dental Operatory Chairs/pf/3/ 37,506/ 0 Ajo-International Sonoran Desert Alliance/Ajo Builds/hsg/3/ 50,000/ 40,000 Ajo-International Sonoran Desert Alliance/Ajo Works/ps/3/ 25,000/ 20,000 Ajo-International Sonoran Desert Alliance/Life Safety Improvements at Historic Ajo Plaza/pf/3/ 65,000/ 0
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Elephant Head Volunteer Fire Department, Inc./Elephant Head Volunteer Fire Department Building Repairs/pf/2,3/ 150,000/ 50,000 Portable Practical

Educational Preparation, Inc./Amado Teen Project /ps/3/ 42,000/ 30,000 Arivaca Coordinating Council-Arivaca Human Resources/Arivaca Coordinating Council-Arivaca Human Resources Building Update/pf/3/ 21,100/ 21,100 Friends of the Arivaca Schoolhouse Historic Townsite, Inc./Arivaca Schoolhouse Kitchen Floor and Wall Repair/pf/3/ 85,000/ 0 Avra Water Co-op, Inc./Aging Meter Replacement Program-MXU Install Program /pf/3/ 30,000/ 20,000 Avra Water Co-op, Inc./Pipeline Replacement Program/pf/3/ 31,833/ 0 Drexel Heights Fire District/Family Safety Program/ps/3,5/ 15,000/ 11,560 Drexel Heights Fire District/Fire Hydrants/infra/3,5/ 17,000/ 0 Southwest Community Center/Happy Food Program/ps/5/ 37,500/ 10,000 Southwest Community Center/ Southwest Community Center Renovations /pf/5/ 13,874/ 13,874 Flowing Wells Neighborhood Association and Community Coalition/Operating Funds and Technical Assistance/ps/1,3/ 35,000/ 10,000 Flowing Wells-Amistades, Inc./Ellie Towne Teen Program/ps/3/ 15,000/ 15,000 Flowing Wells School District/Flowing Wells Family Resource Center /ps/1,3/ 60,000/ 36,500 Flowing Wells School District/Flowing Wells Family Resource Center Facility Improvement/pf/1,3/ 15,000/ 15,000 Northwest Fire District/Flowing Wells Fire Hydrants/pf/3/ 30,000/ 0 Friends of Robles Ranch/Site Manager-My Friends Closet Program/ps/3/ 19,040/ 12,000 Three Points Fire District/Community be Safe Program/ps/3/ 9,500/ 0 Greater Green Valley Community Fund/Regional Non-Profit Hub Training Center/ps/2,4/ 50,000/ 0 Sahuarita Food Bank-Good Shepherd United/Sahuarita Food Bank Commercial Kitchen/pf/2,3,4/ 95,000/ 50,000 Town of Marana/Administration/admin/1/ 20,000/ 13,000 Town of Marana/Colonia-Neighborhood Cleanup/ps/1/ 15,000/ 10,000 Town of Marana/Emergency Home Repair/hsg/1/ 75,000/ 18,500 Town of Marana/Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation/hsg/1/ 85,000/ 18,500 City of South Tucson/Administration/admin/2/ 55,000/ 35,000 City of South Tucson/Animal Control Program/ps/2/ 20,000/ 13,000 City of South Tucson/Bicycle-Pedestrian Safety Program/ps/2/ 15,000/ 10,000 City of South Tucson/Code Enforcement Program/ps/2/ 15,000/ 13,000 City of South Tucson/Community Cleanup/ps/2/ 10,000/ 4,000 City of South Tucson/Community Policing and Crime Prevention/ps/2/ 60,000/ 30,000 City of South Tucson/Emergency Home Repair Program/hsg/2/ 60,000/ 0 City of South Tucson/Fire and Rescue Safety Equipment/infra/2/ 50,000/ 30,000 City of South Tucson/Youth Programs/ps/2/ 120,000/ 100,000 Pima County CDNC/Administration/admin/all/ 450,000/ 430,000 Pima County CDNC/Brownfields/bf/all/ 50,000/ 0 Pima County CDNC/Commercial Fa ade/pf/all/ 75,000/ 0 Pima County CDNC/Project Delivery/pf/all/ 150,000/ 30,000 Pima County CDNC/Emergency Demolition/demo/all/ 50,000/ 0 Pima County CDNC/Emergency Septic/hsg/all/ 75,000/ 164,507 Pima County CDNC/Home Repair Program Lead/hsg/all/ 25,000/ 0 Pima County CDNC/Home Repair Program/hsg/all/ 650,000/ 600,000 Administration of Resources and Choices/Senior Boarding Home Business Development Program/ed/1,2,3/ 65,000/ 0 Arizona Youth Partnership/Rural Marana Afterschool Program/ps/all/ 30,000/ 0
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Catholic Community Services, d.b.a. Pio Decimo Center/Getting Ahead /ps/all/ 56,161/ 30,000 Catholic Community Services, d.b.a. Community Outreach

Program for the Deaf/Safety in Deaf Services/pf/all/5/ 48,000/ 0 Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc./CPLC Youth After School Programming/ps/all/ 25,000/ 0 Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc./Financial Literacy Leading to Financial Capability /ps/all/ 30,000/ 0 Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc./Security and Beautification at Toltecalli Charter High School/pf/all,2/ 50,000/ 0 Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc./Youth Programs/ps/all/ 25,000/ 10,000 Community Food Bank, Inc./CFB Partner Agency Investment/pf/all/ 50,000/ 45,000 Community Food Bank, Inc./CFB Produce Expansion Phase 2/pf/all,2/ 100,000/ 0 Community Home Repair Projects of Arizona/Emergency Home Repair Program /hsg/all/ 175,000/ 175,000 DIRECT Center for Independence/Home Access Program at DIRECT, L.L.C./hsg/all/ 65,000/ 50,000 Habitat for Humanity Tucson/Habitat Home Repair Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation/hsg/all/ 150,000/ 50,000 Habitat for Humanity Tucson/Shelter Technical Assistance and Maintenance Support /pf/3/ 50,000/ 45,000 Mobile Meals of Southern Arizona, Inc./Home-Delivered, Medically-Tailored Meals for Severely Disabled Adults with Disabilities/ps/1,2,4,5/ 40,000/ 0 Open Doors Community School/Open Doors Community School Facilities Update and Expansion/pf/1,3/ 65,000/ 50,000 Oyegbola Family Foundation/Raising Awareness on Substance Abuse Disorders, Health Disparities and Health Inequality in South Tucson as well as Pima County Arizona by providing results based outpatient services/pf/2/ 120,000/ 0 Pima Prevention Partnership/Pima County Teen Court/ps/all/ 25,000/ 15,000 Primavera Foundation, Inc./Emergency Mens Shelter/pf/all/3/ 100,000/ 0 Primavera Foundation, Inc./Safe, Healthy, Green-Winstel/SHG/all,2/ 150,000/ 0 Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation/CDBG Safe, Healthy Green/SHG/all,5/ 150,000/ 0 Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation/CDBG Savoy House/pf/all,5/ 60,000/ 0 Southern Arizona Association for the Visually Impaired (SAAVI)/Independent Living Services for Blind Pima County Residents/ps/all/ 20,000/ 0 Southern Arizona Children's Advocacy Center/Investigative Services for Child Abuse Victims/ps/all/ 87,513/ 0 Southwest Fair Housing Council/Fair Housing Enforcement, Education, and Outreach/admin/all/ 35,000/ 25,000 The Church of St. Francis in the Foothills UMC/Harvesting Toward a Food Secure Integrated Community/ps/all/ 18,000/ 0 Tucson Center for Women and Children, d.b.a. Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse/Safe, Healthy Green Emergency Shelter Improvements /SHG/all,5/ 150,000/ 100,000 Tucson Clean Beautiful, Inc./South Tucson Community Greenway /ps/2/ 25,000/ 17,800 Watershed Management Group/Green Stormwater Infrastructure for Neighborhood Cleanup/pf/all/ 150,000/ 80,000 Vail Unified School District No. 20/Restoration of the Vail Connection@ GVACC /pf/4/ 100,000/ 0
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FY 2018/2019 Pima County Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Program ESG Component/Agency/Program/District/Request/Recommendation Street

Outreach/CPSA/Street Outreach/-/ 81,711/ 0
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Street Outreach/Primavera Foundation/Street Outreach/-/ 25,000/ 0 Emergency Shelter/Emerge /Emergency Shelter/all/ 36,000/ 36,000 Emergency

Shelter/Our Family Services/Emergency Shelter/all/ 32,527/ 25,000 Emergency Shelter/PC Sullivan Jackson Employment/Motel Voucher/all/ 20,000/ 15,000 Emergency Shelter/Primavera Foundation/Casa Paloma/all/ 25,000/ 10,000 Emergency Shelter/Primavera Foundation/Greyhound EFS/all/ 0/ 0 Emergency Shelter/Primavera Foundation/Family Pathways/all/ 25,000/ 10,000 Emergency Shelter/SAAF/Anti-Violence/all/ 16,000/ 0 Emergency Shelter/Salvation Army/Hospitality House/all/ 30,000/ 0 Emergency Shelter/Sister Jose Women's Center/Emergency Shelter/2/ 36,000/ 25,000 Homeless Prevention/Green Valley Assistance Svs/Valley Assistance Family MAP (Map a Plan)/4/ 15,000/ 15,000 Homeless Prevention/Interfaith Community Svs/Homeless Prevention /1,4/ 60,000/ 45,000 Homeless Prevention/Our Family Services/Homeless Prevention/all/ 29,124/ 20,000 Homeless Prevention/PC CSET/Emergency Solutions/all/ 26,000/ 14,869 Rapid Rehousing/Emerge /Rapid Rehousing/all/ 24,000/ 0 Rapid Rehousing/Our Family Services/Housing Solutions/all/ 35,162/ 0 Administration/Pima County, CDNC Dept./Program Coordinator/all/ 17,646/ 17,503
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CD_ResoAnnualActionPlan18-19_CAMemorandumAttachments:

COUNTY ATTORNEY

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15. UNFINISHED BUSINESS (4/17/18) Contract Raise the Bar Consulting, L.L.C., Amendment No. 7, to provide grant writing services, Anti-Racketeering

Fund, contract amount 2,000.00 (CT-PCA-14-375)
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CT-PCA-14-375Attachments:

REAL PROPERTY

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16. Acceptance of Donation of Real Property from Meritage Homes of Arizona, Inc. RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - 21, of the Board of Supervisors, accepting a

donation of a 15 acre parcel of undeveloped real property from Meritage Homes of Arizona, Inc., and designating the donation parcel as part of the County Parks System, contract amount 2,550.00 revenue (CTN-PW-18-148)
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RP_ResoAcceptDonation_CTN-PW-18-148Attachments:

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17. Acceptance of Donation of Real Property from Meritage Homes of Arizona, Inc. RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - 22, of the Board of Supervisors, accepting a

donation of a 36 acre parcel of undeveloped real property from Meritage Homes of Arizona, Inc., and designating the donation parcel as part of the County Parks System, contract amount 6,078.00 revenue (CTN-PW-18-149)
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RP_ResoAcceptDonation_CTN-PW-18-149Attachments:

18. Grant of Easement Glynn G. and Lois Burkhardt Family Living Trust, to provide a non-exclusive access easement in exchange for granting Pima

County an easement for hiking and equestrian uses at property located at 9100 E. Indian Hills Road, located in Section 27, T13S, R15E, G SRM, Pima County, Arizona (District 4)
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RP_GrantofEasementBurkhardtAttachments:

19. Abandonment by Vacation RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - 23, of the Board of Supervisors, for the vacation by exchange of a portion of West Sixth Street,

Bernard Avenue and unnamed roadways for the fee dedication of other public right-of-way as Pima County Road Abandonment No. A-0012, situated within Section 28, T21S, R10E, G SRM, Pima County, Arizona (District 3)
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RP_ResoSixthStBernardAveAttachments:

*** HEARINGS ***

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FRANCHISE/LICENSE/PERMIT

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20. Hearing - Liquor License 06100070, James William Boyd, Jr., Ice Cream Bar, 1135 W. Hoover Street, Ajo, Series 6, Bar, Person Transfer and

Location Transfer .
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21. Hearing - Fireworks Permit Lori Castro, Westward Look Resort, 245 E. Ina Road, Tucson, May 5, 2018 at 8:30 p.m.

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DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

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22. Hearing - Rezoning P18RZ00001,WONG FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP - N. THORNYDALE ROAD REZONING Request of Wong Family Limited Partnership,

represented by Projects International, Inc., for a rezoning of approximately 18.3 acres from the SR (Suburban Ranch) to the CB-1 (Local Business)(3.0 acres) and CR-5 (Multiple Residence)(15.3 acres) zones on property (Parcel Codes 225-02-027F, 225-02-027G and 225-02-027J) located at the southeast corner of N. Thornydale Road and W. Overton Road. The proposed rezoning conforms to the Pima County Comprehensive Plan Neighborhood Activity Center and Medium Low Intensity Urban designations. On motion, the Planning and Zoning Commission voted 8-0 (Commissioners Becker and Cook were absent) to recommend APPROVAL SUBJECT TO STANDARD AND SPECIAL CONDITIONS. Staff recommends APPROVAL SUBJECT TO STANDARD AND SPECIAL CONDITIONS. (District 1)
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DSD_P18RZ00001

DSD_P18RZ00001_SiteAnalysis_Part1

DSD_P18RZ00001_SiteAnalysis_Part2

DSD_P18RZ00001_SiteAnalysis_Part3

DSD_P18RZ00001_SiteAnalysis_Part4

DSD_P18RZ00001_SiteAnalysis_Part5

DSD_P18RZ00001_CSDPCommentLetter_4-30-18

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23. Hearing - Rezoning Ordinance ORDINANCE NO. 2018 - 14, P17RZ00004, Michael E. Linda A. Arnold Family TR. - N. La Cholla Boulevard Rezoning.

Owners: Michael E. Linda A. Arnold Family TR. (District 1)
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DSD_OrdP17RZ00004Attachments:

24. ADJOURNMENT

POSTED: Levels A B, 1st 5th Floors, Pima County Administration Bldg. Pima County Homepage: www.pima.gov DATE/TIME POSTED: 4/25/18 @ 3:00 p.m.

DATE/TIME REPOSTED (additional attachments only): 4/27/18 @ 12:30 p.m. DATE/TIME REPOSTED (additional attachments only): 4/30/18 @ 12:00 p.m. DATE/TIME REPOSTED (combined Agenda/Addendum and additional attachments): 4/30/18 @ 5:00 p.m.

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ADDENDUM 1

EXECUTIVE SESSION

1. Pursuant to A.R.S. 38-431.03(A) (3) and (4), for legal advice and direction regarding potential settlement of litigation in Town of Marana and

Pima County v. Terracon Consultants, Inc., et al., Pima County Superior Court Case No. C2016-3948.
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PCA_ExecSession-TerraconConsultantsIncAttachments:

2. Pursuant to A.R.S. 38-431.03(A) (3) and (4), for legal advice and direction regarding the defense of the following matters: Constellation Solar

Arizona, L.L.C., et al. v. Arizona Department of Revenue, et al., Arizona Tax Court Case Nos. TX2014-000629, TX2015-000122, TX2016-000190 and TX2017-000471; Continental Energy, L.L.C., et al. v. Arizona Department of Revenue, et al., Arizona Tax Court Case Nos. TX2014-000744, TX2015-000950, TX2015-000969, TX2016-001029, TX2016-001031, TX2017-001672 and TX2017-001673; Solarcity Corporation, et al. v. Arizona Department of Revenue, et al., Arizona Tax Court Case Nos. TX2014-000189, TX2016-000240, TX2016-000876 and TX2017-000512; Sunrun, Inc. v. Arizona Department of Revenue, et al., Arizona Tax Court Case Nos. TX2014-000329 and TX2016-001025.
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PCA_ExecSession-ConstellationSolarArizonaAttachments:

3. Pursuant to A.R.S. 38-431.03(A) (3) and (4), for legal advice and direction regarding whether to pursue intervention on behalf of Pima County in

SolarCity Corporation, et al. v. Arizona Department of Revenue, Arizona Tax Court Case No. TX2014-000129.
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PCA_ExecSession-SolarCityCorpAttachments:

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

4. Arizona Educators REDforED Campaign RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - 24, of the Board of Supervisors, in support of the Arizona educators and their REDforED

Campaign to increase funding for public education, including raising salaries for seriously underpaid teachers and support-staff members. (District 5)
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BOS_ RedforEDCampaign_District5SubmittalAttachments:

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COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

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5. Draft Sales Tax Implementation Plan Ordinance and Resolution levying a Sales Tax Staff recommends continued discussion of the revised draft Sales

Tax Implementation Plan Ordinance, including the County s draft 10-year road repair plan for improving the condition of every paved County-maintained road and the revised draft Resolution Levying a County General Sales Tax.
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CA_RevisedDraftSalesTaxImpPlanOrdReso

CA_Draft10YearRoadRepairPreservationPlan_4-27-18

CA_DraftRoadList10YearPlanUnincorpPC_4-27-18

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DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

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6. Final Plat Without Assurances P18FP00004, Tucson Estates, Common Area A (Private Recreation and Storage) a resubdivision of a portion of Block 2

of Tucson Estates Blocks 1 2, Lots 1-192 (District 3)
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DSD_P18FP00004TucsonEstatesAttachments:

CONTRACT AND AWARD

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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND NEIGHBORHOOD CONSERVATION

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7. Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation, Amendment No. 1, to provide for the Affordable Housing Expansion and Rehabilitation for People Living with

HIV/AIDS Program, extend contract term to 4/30/19, amend contractual language and scope of work, no cost (CT-CD-17-377)
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CT-CD-17-377Attachments:

GRANT APPLICATION/ACCEPTANCE

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8. Application - Community Services, Employment and Training RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - 25, of the Board of Supervisors, authorizing the Pima County

Community Services, Employment and Training Department to respond to the Arizona Department of Economic Security Request for Proposal (RFP) for housing support services in Pima County. This grant request will be for 635,000.00. (GTAP 18-87)
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GR_GTAP 18-87

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9. Acceptance - Community Services, Employment and Training RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - 26, of the Board of Supervisors, to approve the Continuum of Care

Scope of Work for Fiscal Year 2018 Renewal Grant Agreement from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. This grant request will be for 221,492.00 ( 55,373.00 General Fund match is required.) (GTAW 18-67)
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GR_GTAW 18-67Attachments:

10. Acceptance - Community Services, Employment and Training RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - 27, of the Board of Supervisors, to approve the Continuum of Care

Scope of Work for Fiscal Year 2018 Renewal Grant Agreement from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. This grant request will be for 445,497.00 ( 111,655.00 General Fund match is required.) (GTAW 18-68)
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GR_GTAW 18-68Attachments:

BOARD, COMMISSION AND/OR COMMITTEE

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11. Canoa Ranch Conservation Committee Reappointment of Karen Cesare. Term expiration: 1/31/22. (District 1)

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BCC_CanoaRanchConservationCommitteeReapptAttachments:

12. Board of Adjustment, District 1 Reappointment of Bruce Call. Term expiration: 3/31/22.

BCC_BoardofAdjustmentD1ReapptAttachments:

POSTED: Levels A B, 1st 5th Floors, Pima County Administration Bldg. Pima County Homepage: www.pima.gov DATE/TIME POSTED: 4/27/18 @ 11:00 a.m.

DATE/TIME REPOSTED (additional attachments only): 4/27/18 @ 5:00 p.m.

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CONSENT CALENDAR MAY 1, 2018

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CONSENT CALENDAR, MAY 1, 2018

CONTRACT AND AWARD

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Attractions and Tourism

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1. Arizona Aerospace Foundation, Amendment No. 3, to provide for operation and administration of Titan Missile Museum and extend contract term to

4/30/19, no cost (CTN-ED-12-599)
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CTN-ED-12-599Attachments:

Community Services, Employment and Training

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2. Compass Affordable Housing, Inc., Amendment No. 3, to provide for the HUD Continuum of Care Program - CASA, extend contract term to 4/30/19, amend

contractual language and scope of work, HUD Fund, contract amount 190,332.04 (CT-CS-16-268)
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CT-CS-16-268

CT-CS-16-268_Revised1stPg

Attachments:

3. Cochise Private Industry Council, Inc., d.b.a. ARIZONA@WORK Southeastern Arizona, Amendment No. 5, to provide for the Youth CareerConnect Program,

extend contract term to 6/30/19 and amend contractual language, no cost, (CT-CS-14-538)
Tagged Passions:council, contract, youth, and program

CT-CS-14-538Attachments:

4. Salvation Army, Amendment No. 3, to provide for the HUD Continuum of Care Program - CASA, extend contract term to 4/30/19, amend contractual

language and scope of work, HUD Fund, contract amount 106,520.96 (CT-CS-16-264)
Tagged Passions:contract, military, and program

CT-CS-16-264

CT-CS-16-264_Revised1stPg

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5. Tucson Urban League, Inc., Amendment No. 4, to provide for workforce development services, amend contractual language and scope of work,

USDOL-WIOA Fund, contract amount 7,200.00 (CT-CS-17-21)
Tagged Passions:contract, services, development, workforce development, Development, and workforce

CT-CS-17-21Attachments:

6. Santa Cruz County Regional School District, Amendment No. 5, to provide for the Youth CareerConnect and Applied Mathematics Program, extend

contract term to 6/30/19 and amend contractual language, no cost (CT-CS-15-20)
Tagged Passions:contract, education, youth, curriculum, and program

CT-CS-15-20Attachments:

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7. Tucson Youth Development, Inc., Amendment No. 1, to provide for the Pathways to Justice Careers for Youth Program and amend contractual language,

USDOL Fund, contract amount 90,223.60 decrease (CT-CS-18-150)
Tagged Passions:contract, development, youth, Development, and program

CT-CS-18-150Attachments:

8. Pima Prevention Partnership, Amendment No. 1, to provide for the Pathways to Justice Careers for Youth Program, amend contractual language and

scope of work, contract amount 148,936.39 decrease (CTN-CS-17-93)
Tagged Passions:contract, youth, and program

CTN-CS-17-93Attachments:

Facilities Management

9. Arizona Board of Regents, University of Arizona, Amendment No. 4, to provide a lease agreement for property located at 3950 S. Country Club Road,

Suite 300, extend contract term to 6/30/19 and amend contractual language, contract amount 97,056.98 revenue (CTN-FM-15-56)
Tagged Passions:property, university, contract, leasing, and streets

CTN-FM-15-56Attachments:

Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation

Tagged Passions:recreation and parks

10. Aztlan Youth Program, Inc., Amendment No. 3, to provide for the Centro Del Sur Community Center and Boxing Gym and extend contract term to

5/4/19, no cost (CT-PR-15-448)
Tagged Passions:contract, youth, community center, and program

CT-PR-15-448Attachments:

Procurement

Tagged Passions:purchasing

11. Award Amendment of Award: Master Agreement No. MA-PO-14-475, Adair Funeral Home, Inc., for mortuary and cremation services. This revision

increases the annual award amount by 102,000.00 from 289,000.00 to 391,000.00 for a cumulative not-to-exceed contract amount of 1,197,540.00. Funding Source: General Fund. Administering Department: Public Fiduciary.
Tagged Passions:contract, services, and funding

PO_AwardMA-PO-14-475Attachments:

12. Tetra Tech BAS, Inc., to provide for engineering services for the Ina Road Landfill Final Closure, General Obligation Bond Fund, contract amount

331,921.00 (CT-DE-18-330) Environmental Quality
Tagged Passions:contract, streets, services, landfill, environment, bond, and solid waste

CT-DE-18-330Attachments:

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13. Durazo Construction Corporation, to provide for the Pima County Fleet Services Houghton Road Fuel Island Project (XHRDFI), Fleet Services -

Capital Projects Fund, contract amount 1,146,263.00 (CT-FM-18-319) Facilities Management
Tagged Passions:contract, streets, capital spending, services, Capital Spending, and construction

CT-FM-18-319Attachments:

14. HDR Constructors, Inc., to provide for the Design-Build Services for Tres Rios Nutrient Recovery Project (3BBUMP), Regional Wastewater

Reclamation Obligations Fund, contract amount 666,707.00 (CT-WW-18-326) Regional Wastewater Reclamation
Tagged Passions:contract, services, and sewer

CT-WW-18-326_Part1

CT-WW-18-326_Part2

Attachments:

Real Property

Tagged Passions:property

15. Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, Amendment No. 3, to provide an Environmental Access Agreement for groundwater monitoring wells and

amend contractual language, no cost (CT-PW-13-239)
Tagged Passions:environment

CTN-PW-13-239Attachments:

16. SCRIPPS Media, Inc., to provide a lease agreement for property located at 2401 W. Zinnia Avenue, contract amount 23,500.00 revenue/5 year term

(CTN-PW-18-146)
Tagged Passions:property, contract, and leasing

CTN-PW-18-146Attachments:

17. The Roman Catholic Diocese of Tucson - Our Faith, Our Hope, Our Future, to provide a Sale of Surplus Real Property consisting of a portion of Tax

Parcel No. 141-17-011C, contract amount 521,500.00 revenue (CTN-PW-18-151)
Tagged Passions:property, contract, taxes, Taxes, surplus, and sale

CTN-PW-18-151

CTN-PW-18-151_Appraisal

Attachments:

Recorder

18. Town of Oro Valley, to provide for election services, contract amount 10,000.00 estimated revenue (CTN-RE-18-138)

Tagged Passions:contract, services, voting, and election

CTN-RE-18-138Attachments:

19. Town of Sahuarita, to provide for election services, contract amount 7,000.00 estimated revenue (CTN-RE-18-139)

Tagged Passions:contract, services, voting, and election

CTN-RE-18-139Attachments:

20. Town of Marana, to provide for election services, contract amount 7,000.00 estimated revenue (CTN-RE-18-153)

Tagged Passions:contract, services, voting, and election

CTN-RE-18-153Attachments:

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School Superintendent

Tagged Passions:superintendent and education

21. Pima County Board of Supervisors, Pima County Elections Department and the Superintendent of Schools, to provide for school district election

services, no cost (CT-SS-18-336)
Tagged Passions:superintendent, education, services, voting, and election

CT-SS-18-336Attachments:

22. Pima County Board of Supervisors, Pima County Recorder and the Superintendent of Schools, to provide for school district election services, no

cost (CT-SS-18-301)
Tagged Passions:superintendent, education, services, voting, and election

CT-SS-18-301Attachments:

Sheriff

Tagged Passions:public safety

23. Town of Marana, to provide for video court hearings of municipal prisoners, contract amount 10,000.00 estimated revenue (CTN-SD-18-141)

Tagged Passions:contract, hearing, legal, and court

CTN-SD-18-141Attachments:

GRANT APPLICATION/ACCEPTANCE

Tagged Passions:grant

24. Acceptance - Community Services, Employment and Training Arizona Department of Economic Security (ADES), Amendment No. 9, to provide for the

Senior Community Services Employment Program, USDOL Fund, 70,819.00/ 7,868.00 General Fund match (GTAM 18-33)
Tagged Passions:services, training, security, employment, and program

GR_GTAM 18-33Attachments:

25. Acceptance - Community Services, Employment and Training Arizona Department of Economic Security (ADES), Amendment No. 1, to provide for the

Social Services Block Grant Project and extend grant term to 6/30/22, no cost (GTAM 18-35)
Tagged Passions:services, social services, training, grant, security, and employment

GR_GTAM 18-35Attachments:

26. Acceptance - Health Arizona Board of Regents, University of Arizona, Amendment No. 4, to provide for the University of Arizona Nutrition

Network/Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Education Program, 11,508.10 decrease (GTAM 18-36)
Tagged Passions:health, university, education, nutrition, and program

GR_GTAM 18-36Attachments:

27. Acceptance - Community Services, Employment and Training Arizona Department of Economic Security (AZDES), Amendment No. 8, to provide for the

AZDES Community Action Agency Emergency Services, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Fund, 3,952,753.00 (GTAM 18-37)
Tagged Passions:health, services, poverty, training, security, employment, and emergency

GR_GTAM 18-37Attachments:

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BOARD, COMMISSION AND/OR COMMITTEE

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

28. Tucson-Pima County Bicycle Advisory Committee Ratification of Pima County Community College appointment: Stacy Rodenberg. Term expiration:

4/30/20. (Jurisdictional recommendation)
Tagged Passions:university, appointments, Bicycles, and bicycles

BCC_BicycleAdvisoryCommitteeApptAttachments:

SPECIAL EVENT LIQUOR LICENSE/TEMPORARY EXTENSION OF PREMISES/ PATIO PERMIT/WINE FAIR/WINE FESTIVAL APPROVED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION NO. 2016-62

Tagged Passions:license, alcohol, festival, and events

29. Special Event Amended - Alaina F. Krone, The Junior League of Tucson, Union

Tagged Passions:union and events

Public House - St. Philip s Plaza, Center Courtyard, 4340 N. Campbell Avenue, No. 103, Tucson, April 14, 2018.

Carol L. Morales, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School, 8650 N. Shannon Road, Tucson, April 28, 2018.

Tagged Passions:streets and education

30. Temporary Extension 03103000, James C. Counts, Nimbus Brewing Company, L.L.C., 3850

E. 44th Street, No. 138, Tucson, Temporary Extension of Premises for April 18, 2018.

Tagged Passions:streets

06100203, Randy D. Nations, Hot Rods Old Vail, 10500 E. Old Vail Road, Tucson, Temporary Extension of Premises for May 3, 5, 12, 19, and 26, 2018.

Tagged Passions:streets

ELECTIONS

Tagged Passions:voting and election

31. Precinct Committeemen Pursuant to A.R.S. 16-821B, approval of Precinct Committeemen resignations and appointments:

Tagged Passions:appointments

RESIGNATIONS-PRECINCT-PARTY Sondra R. Newman-099-DEM; Andrew Broan-164-DEM; Dennis P. Rivera-238-DEM; Deana M. Puccinelli-126-REP

APPOINTMENTS-PRECINCT-PARTY Kathleen M. Dubbs-033-DEM; Mary K. Hightower-091-DEM; Marion C. Rogers-214-DEM; Deana M. Puccinelli-174-REP; John W.

Maynard-212-REP
Tagged Passions:appointments

EL_PrecinctCommitteemenAttachments:

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FINANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT

Tagged Passions:risk and finance

32. Duplicate Warrants - For Ratification Manuel H. Bracamonte 236.00; Tolu Real Estate, L.L.C. 675.00; Etsuko Davis 53.36; Stephanie M. Zavala

13.01; Mary Givins 229.58.
Tagged Passions:public safety

FN_DuplicateWarrantsAttachments:

JUSTICE COURT

Tagged Passions:legal and court

33. Small Claims Hearing Officer Appointments Appointment of Small Claims Hearing Officers of the Green Valley Justice Court for the period of July

1, 2018 through June 30, 2019:
Tagged Passions:hearing, legal, appointments, and court

Barbara K. Blake; Donald G. Weaver JCG_SmallClaimsHearingOfficersApptsAttachments:

RECORDER

34. Pursuant to Resolution No. 1993-200, ratification of the Document Storage and Retrieval Fund for the months of January, February and March, 2018.

RE_DocumentStorageandRetrievalFund_Jan2018

RE_DocumentStorageandRetrievalFund_Feb2018

RE_DocumentStorageandRetrievalFund_March2018

Attachments:

PROCLAMATION

Tagged Passions:recognition

35. Proclaiming the week of May 1 through May 7, 2018 to be: YOUTH WEEK IN PIMA COUNTY

Tagged Passions:youth

PROC_YouthWeekinPimaCountyAttachments:

RATIFY AND/OR APPROVE

36. Minutes: March 20 and April 3, 2018 Warrants: April, 2018

Tagged Passions:public safety

CL_3-20-18DraftMinutes

CL_4-3-18DraftMinutes

Attachments:

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