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Board of Supervisors

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, June 19, 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 Jim Munns, First Assembly of God.

3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

4. PAUSE 4 PAWS

5. CALL TO THE PUBLIC

COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

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6. Resolution Levying a Temporary 10-Year General Excise Tax for Road Repair A. RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - 35, of the Board of Supervisors, levying a

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general excise tax for road repair. B. If the Resolution fails to get the necessary unanimous vote for approval,

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staff recommends the Board provide direction regarding how to address the road repair funding crisis.

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CA_ResoGeneralExciseTax

CA_CAMemorandum_FiscalYear2018-19FinalBudgetAdoption

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SPECIAL FINAL BUDGET ADOPTION MEETING

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*** HEARINGS ***

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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS SITTING AS OTHER BOARDS

FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT BOARD

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TRUTH IN TAXATION AND FINAL BUDGET HEARING

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7. Pursuant to A.R.S. 48-254, conduct a public hearing on proposed expenditures and the District s intent to raise the secondary property taxes over

last year s level.
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8. Flood Control District Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2018/2019. If approved, pass and adopt: RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - FC3

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FC_ResoBudgetAdoption

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CA_CAMemorandum_FiscalYear2018-19FinalBudgetAdoption

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IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT BOARD

FINAL BUDGET HEARINGS

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9. Improvement District Final Budgets for Fiscal Year 2018/2019, as follows.

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If approved, pass and adopt: Resolution No. 18, in the amount of 42,000.00 for Hayhook Ranch. Resolution No. 22, in the amount of 23,990.00 for

Mortimore Addition.

Resolution No. 25, for the following Districts: Street Lighting Improvement District DESERT STEPPES 3,730 HERMOSA HILLS ESTATES 3,200 LONGVIEW

ESTATES NO. 1 6,741 LONGVIEW ESTATES NO. 2 7,812 ROLLING HILLS 12,776 MA ANA GRANDE B 5,330 MA ANA GRANDE C 8,694 CARRIAGE HILLS NO. 1 6,212 LAKESIDE NO. 1 4,964 CARRIAGE HILLS NO. 3 1,777 CARDINAL ESTATES 10,823 ORANGE GROVE VALLEY 5,519 PEPPERTREE 8,127 LITTLETOWN 17,123 MIDVALE PARK 11,113 PEACH VALLEY 2,898 OAK TREE NO. 1 18,661 OAK TREE NO. 2 14,654 OAK TREE NO. 3 19,202 SALIDA DEL SOL 11,932
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ID_ResosBudgetAdoption

CA_CAMemorandum_FiscalYear2018-19FinalBudgetAdoption

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LIBRARY DISTRICT BOARD

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TRUTH IN TAXATION AND FINAL BUDGET HEARING

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10. Pursuant to A.R.S. 48-254, conduct a public hearing on proposed expenditures and the District s intent to raise the secondary property taxes over

last year s level.
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11. Library District Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2018/2019. If approved, pass and adopt: RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - LD1

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LIB_ResoBudgetAdoption

CA_2018-2019CountyBudget

CA_CAMemorandum_FiscalYear2018-19FinalBudgetAdoption

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ROCKING K SOUTH COMMUNITY FACILITIES DISTRICT BOARD

FINAL BUDGET HEARING

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12. Rocking K South Community Facilities District Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2018/2019. If approved, pass and adopt: RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - RK1

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RK_ResoBudgetAdoption

CA_2018-2019CountyBudget

CA_CAMemorandum_FiscalYear2018-19FinalBudgetAdoption

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STADIUM DISTRICT BOARD

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FINAL BUDGET HEARING

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13. Stadium District Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2018/2019. If approved, pass and adopt: RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - SD1

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KSC_ResoBudgetAdoption

CA_2018-2019CountyBudget

CA_CAMemorandum_FiscalYear2018-19FinalBudgetAdoption

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SITTING AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

FINAL BUDGET HEARING

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14. Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2018/2019. If approved, pass and adopt: RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - 36

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BOS_ResoBudgetAdoption

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CA_CAMemorandum_FiscalYear2018-19FinalBudgetAdoption

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15. Adopt Debt Service Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2018/2019

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CA_2018-2019CountyBudget

CA_CAMemorandum_FiscalYear2018-19FinalBudgetAdoption

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EXECUTIVE SESSION (Clerk's Note: As of the posting date of 6/13/18, 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

LIBRARY DISTRICT BOARD

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16. Contract Sahuarita Unified School District, to provide a real estate purchase and sale agreement to acquire real property (for a library building

site) located at a portion of the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 11, T17S, R13E, G SRM, Library District Fund, contract amount 621,509.00, including closing costs (CT-PW-18-389)
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CT-PW-18-389

CT-PW-18-389_Appraisal_Part1

CT-PW-18-389_Appraisal_Part2

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17. Contract Jenny Brite, Amendment No. 3, to provide for website management, extend contract term to 6/30/19 and amend contractual language, Library

District Fund, contract amount 46,800.00 (CT-LIB-15-557)
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CT-LIB-15-557Attachments:

SITTING AS THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

18. APPROVAL OF CONSENT CALENDAR

CLERK OF THE BOARD

19. Petitions for Redemption of Property Tax Exemption Waiver Staff recommends approval of the petitions for redemption of property tax exemption

waivers.
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DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

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20. (Clerk s Note: This item requires approval prior to consideration of Agenda Item No. 36.) Development Agreement Termination DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT

BETWEEN PIMA COUNTY AND WALMART STORES, DONAHUE SCHRIBER REALTY GROUP, AND DONAHUE SCHRIBER ASSET MANAGEMENT CORPORATION Pima County request to terminate the Development Agreement between Pima County and Walmart Stores, Donahue Schriber Realty Group, and Donahue Schriber Asset Management Corporation. Staff recommends APPROVAL OF THE TERMINATION. (Districts 3 and 5)
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DSD_DevelopmentAgreementTermination

DSD_CAMemorandum

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ELECTIONS

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21. Division of Elections Pursuant to A.R.S. 16-464(B), drawing for the ballot position of candidate names to determine the order of precinct

committeemen in the event of contested races for the August 28, 2018 Primary Election.
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FINANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT

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22. Quarterly Report on Collections Staff recommends acceptance of the Quarterly Report on Collections for the period ending March 31, 2018.

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REAL PROPERTY

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23. Consent to Purchase Property Staff recommends approval to purchase from Arizona State Land Department property located at Parcel No. 303-09-1060

and a portion of Parcel No. 303-09-002K, to be acquired for a sewer easement, no cost. (District 2)
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RP_ConsenttoPurchase

RP_RPMemorandum_6-13-18

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REGIONAL WASTEWATER RECLAMATION

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24. Designated Management Area Boundary Revision Staff recommends approval of the revised Pima County Designated Management Area boundary revision

which recognizes the transfer of sewer services for the Saguaro Bloom development from Pima County to the Town of Marana.
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*** HEARINGS ***

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FRANCHISE/LICENSE/PERMIT

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25. Hearing - Liquor License Job No. 19891, Kim Kenneth Kwiatkowski, Circle K Store No. 2741650, 2088 W. Orange Grove Road, Tucson, Series 10, Beer

and Wine, New License.
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26. Hearing - Liquor License Job No. 19895, Kim Kenneth Kwiatkowski, Circle K Store No. 2741657, 4685 E. Valencia Road, Tucson, Series 10, Beer and

Wine, New License .
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27. Hearing - Liquor License Job No. 19858, Kim Kenneth Kwiatkowski, Circle K Store No. 2741624, 8395 N. Thornydale Road, Tucson, Series 10, Beer and

Wine, New License.
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28. Hearing - Liquor License Job No. 19889, Kim Kenneth Kwiatkowski, Circle K Store No. 2741649, 6175 S. Kolb Road, Tucson, Series 10, Beer and Wine,

New License .
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29. Hearing - Fireworks Permit Lisa DeFalco, Forty Niner Country Club, 12000 E. Tanque Verde Road, Tucson, June 29, 2018 at 8:45 p.m.

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30. Hearing - Fireworks Permit Steve Gummere, Vail Community, 14155 E. Via Rancho Del Lago, Vail, July 3, 2018 at 9:00 p.m.

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31. Hearing - Fireworks Permit Troy Finley, Tucson Country Club, 2950 N. Camino Principal, Tucson, July 4, 2018 at 9:00 p.m.

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32. Hearing - Fireworks Permit David Stout, Westin La Paloma Resort, 3660 E. Sunrise Drive, Tucson, July 4, 2018 at 9:00 p.m.

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33. Hearing - Fireworks Permit Claire Klontz, Skyline Country Club, 5200 E. Saint Andrews Drive, Tucson, July 4, 2018 at 8:30 p.m.

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34. Hearing - Fireworks Permit Patty Garcia, Loews Ventana Canyon, 7000 N. Resort Drive, Tucson, July 6, 2018 at 8:30 p.m.

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35. Hearing - Permanent Extension of Premises/Patio Permit 07100130, Andrea Dahlman Lewkowitz, Arizona Wine Collective, 4280 N. Campbell Avenue,

Tucson.
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DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

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36. (Clerk s Note: This item is contingent upon approval of Agenda Item No. 20.) Hearing - Comprehensive Plan Amendment P18CA00001, PIMA COUNTY -

REPEAL OF SPECIAL AREA POLICY S-35 PLAN AMENDMENT Request of Pima County to amend the Pima County Comprehensive Plan to repeal Special Area Policy S-35, Retail Enhancement Contribution Areas. The policy covers an area within a 4-mile radius of the intersection of W. Ajo Highway and S. Kinney Road, in the Southwest and Tucson Mountains Planning Areas. On motion, the Planning and Zoning Commission voted 7-0 (Commissioners Cook, Gungle and Matter were absent) to recommend APPROVAL. Staff recommends APPROVAL. (Districts 3 and 5)
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If approved, pass and adopt: RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - 37 DSD_ResoP18CA00001Attachments:

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37. Hearing - Appeal of Hearing Administrator s Decision P18CU00003, VERIZON WIRELESS - E. SUNRISE DRIVE This is an appeal of the decision of the

Hearing Administrator to approve a conditional use permit request of Pinnacle Consulting, Inc. for a communication tower on Pima County right-of-way located at 4004 E. Sunrise Drive, at the southeast corner of E. Sunrise Drive and N. Hacienda del Sol Road, in the CR-1 (Single Residence) zone. Chapter 18.97 in accordance with Section 18.07.030.H.2.e.10 of the Pima County Zoning Code allows communication tower as a Type I conditional use in a CR-1 zone. The Hearing Administrator APPROVED THE CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT SUBJECT TO STANDARD AND SPECIAL CONDITIONS. (District 1)
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DSD_P18CU00003

DSD_P18CU00003_NoticeofHearing

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38. Hearing - Zoning Code Text Amendment P18TA00003, PRE-1976 MOBILE HOME STATE REHABILITATION CERTIFICATION Proposal to amend by ordinance the Pima

County Zoning Code Chapter 18.07 (General Regulations And Exceptions), Section 18.07.030 (Land Use Regulations), to require Arizona Department of Housing rehabilitation certification for pre-1976 mobile homes imported, installed or relocated in Pima County. On motion, the Planning and Zoning Commission voted 6-1 (Commissioner Membrila voted NAY, Commissioners Bain, Becker and Hook were absent) to recommend APPROVAL. Staff recommends APPROVAL. (All Districts)
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If approved, pass and adopt: ORDINANCE NO. 2018 - 17 DSD_OrdP18TA00003Attachments:

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39. Hearing - Rezoning Ordinance ORDINANCE NO. 2018 - 18, P17RZ00009, Vander-Heyden, et al. - S. San Joaquin Avenue Rezoning. Owners: Gerald and

Kristi Vander-Heyden, Debra Gowin and Shelley Gowin. (District 5)
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40. Hearing - Rezoning Ordinance ORDINANCE NO. 2018 - 19, P17RZ00010, Haymore - W. Sunkist Road Rezoning. Owners: David and Barbara Haymore.

(District 1)
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ELECTIONS

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41. Hearing - Fee Schedule ORDINANCE NO. 2018 - 20, of the Board of Supervisors, amending fees for election-related services provided by the Pima

County Elections Department.
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TRANSPORTATION

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42. Hearing - Traffic Resolution RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - 38, of the Board of Supervisors, permitting the temporary closure of portions of Kinney Road

in Pima County, Arizona, for the Everyone Runs Kinney Road 5 Miler on Sunday, July 8, 2018. Staff recommends APPROVAL. (Districts 3 and 5)
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43. Hearing - Traffic Resolution RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - 39, of the Board of Supervisors, permitting the temporary closure of portions of Colossal Cave

Road in Pima County, Arizona, for the A Colossal Fourth Parade on Wednesday, July 4, 2018. Staff recommends APPROVAL. (District 4)
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44. ADJOURNMENT

POSTED: Levels A B, 1st 5th Floors, Pima County Administration Bldg. Pima County Homepage: www.pima.gov DATE/TIME POSTED: 6/13/18 @ 3:00 p.m.

DATE/TIME REPOSTED (additional attachments only): 6/13/18 @ 4:00 p.m.

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CONSENT CALENDAR

JUNE 19, 2018

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CONSENT CALENDAR, JUNE 19, 2018

CONTRACT AND AWARD

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Community Services, Employment and Training

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1. Tucson Preparatory School, Inc., Amendment No. 3, to provide for the Continuum of Care Program - La Casita, extend contract term to 6/30/19 and

amend contractual language, HUD Fund, contract amount 128,464.00 (CT-CS-16-306)
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2. Cope Community Services, Inc., d.b.a. Rise, L.L.C., Amendment No. 4, to provide for workforce development services in the ARIZONA@WORK -

workshops, extend contract term to 6/30/19 and amend contractual language, USDOL, ADES, HUD, HPOG, Pima Community College, and General ( 25,079.00) Funds, contract amount 59,427.48 (CT-CS-16-307)
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3. LeadLocal, L.L.C., Amendment No. 2, to provide for workforce development services in the ARIZONA@WORK - workshops, extend contract term to 6/30/19

and amend contractual language, USDOL-WIOA, ADES, HPOG, and General ( 4,000.00) Funds, contract amount 32,189.96 (CT-CS-16-310)
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4. Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Amendment No. 2, to provide for workforce development services in the ARIZONA@WORK - workshops, extend

contract term to 6/30/19 and amend contractual language, USDOL, ADES, HUD, HPOG, Pima Community College, and General ( 12,800.00) Funds, contract amount 28,090.80 (CT-CS-16-313)
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5. Tucson Youth Development, Inc., Amendment No. 2, to provide for workforce development services in the ARIZONA@WORK - workshops, extend contract

term to 6/30/19 and amend contractual language, USDOL - WIOA, ADES, HPOG, and General ( 6,000.00) Funds, contract amount 14,326.92 (CT-CS-16-314)
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6. YWCA of Southern Arizona, Amendment No. 2, to provide for workforce development services in the ARIZONA@WORK - workshops, extend contract term to

6/30/19 and amend contractual language, USDOL, ADES, HUD, and General ( 8,000.00) Funds, contract amount 20,674.84 (CT-CS-16-315)
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7. Literacy Connects, Amendment No. 2, to provide for literacy services, extend contract term to 6/30/19 and amend contractual language, USDOL, ADES,

HUD, HPOG, Pima Community College, and General ( 2,700.00) Funds, contract amount 74,222.00 (CT-CS-16-428)
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8. Greater Littletown Area Human Resources Group, Inc., Amendment No. 1, to provide for Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) - emergency needs,

extend contract term to 6/30/19 and amend contractual language, CSBG Fund, contract amount 25,627.00 (CT-CS-18-20)
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9. Arizona Board of Regents on behalf of University of Arizona, Amendment No. 1, to provide for a layoff aversion study and amend contractual

language, no cost (CT-CS-18-283)
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Environmental Quality

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10. Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ), to provide for the Voluntary No Drive Day/Clean Air Program, contract amount 268,250.00

revenue (CTN-DE-18-170)
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11. Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ), Amendment No. 1, to provide for the Volunteer Vehicle Repair Program, extend contract term to

6/30/19 and amend contractual language, no cost (CTN-DE-17-193)
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Pima County Wireless Integrated Network

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12. Nextel West Corporation ( Sprint ), Amendment No. 4, to provide a frequency configuration agreement, extend contract term to 12/8/19 and amend

contractual language, revenue (CTN-IT-15-53)
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Procurement

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13. Achen-Gardner Construction, L.L.C., to provide design-build services for Twin Peaks-Blue Bonnet Road Gravity Sewer Project (3TPBBS), Regional

Wastewater Reclamation Obligations Fund, contract amount 620,020.25 (CT-WW-18-401) Regional Wastewater Reclamation
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CT-WW-18-401_Part1

CT-WW-18-401_Part2

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14. Award Amendment of Award: Master Agreement No. MA-PO-16-8, Amendment No.5, HSA Bank, for health savings account services for employer benefit

plans. This amendment extends the termination date to 6/30/23, increases the award amount by 250,000.00 for a cumulative not-to-exceed contract amount of 1,029,633.80, reduces the monthly maintenance fee per account from 1.55 to 0.75, adds an early termination fee schedule, and increases the paper statement fee paid by account holders from 1.00 to 1.50. Funding Source: Pima County Health Benefits Trust Fund. Administering Department: Human Resources.
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Real Property

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15. U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Amendment No. 3, to provide entry upon and to construct, install and

maintain communications equipment on County property at 33200 S. Sasabe Highway and extend contract term to 8/4/23, no cost (CTN-IT-12-371)
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Regional Wastewater Reclamation

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16. Metropolitan Domestic Water Improvement District, Amendment No. 3, to provide for wastewater billing and collection services, extend contract

term to 6/30/19 and amend contractual language, RWRD Enterprise Fund, contract amount 460,000.00; 12,000,000.00 revenue (CT-WW-15-21)
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17. Town of Oro Valley, Amendment No. 1, to provide for wastewater billing and collection services, extend contract term to 6/30/19 and amend

contractual language, RWRD Enterprise Fund, contract amount 381,000.00; 8,730,000.00 revenue (CT-WW-18-69)
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18. Joel Abrams, managing member of ABIG Marana, L.L.C. and ABIGER Marana, L.L.C. ( the Preserve at Twin Peaks ); Richard Neter and Trudy Neter of

Twin Peaks Vista ( Twin Peaks Vista ); and Gregory Wexler, authorized agent of Twin Peaks Lambert Lane 34, L.L.C. ( Twin Peaks Lambert Lane 34 ), to provide for a sewer facilities development agreement, no cost/15 year term (CTN-WW-18-184)
Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, development, sewer, and Development

CTN-WW-18-184Attachments:

GRANT APPLICATION/ACCEPTANCE

Tagged Passions:grant

19. Acceptance - Health Arizona Department of Health Services, to provide for the Tuberculosis Control Program, CDC and ADHS Funds, 76,150.00 (GTAW

18-79)
Tagged Passions:health, services, funding, and program

GR_GTAW 18-79Attachments:

BOARD, COMMISSION AND/OR COMMITTEE

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

20. Election Integrity Commission Appointment of John Cote, to fill a vacancy created by Benny White. Term expiration: 6/18/20. (Republican Party

recommendation)
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, appointments, voting, and election

BCC_ElectionIntegrityCommissionAppt_RedactedAttachments:

21. Workforce Investment Board Appointment of Kathy Prather, representing Education and Training;

Tagged Passions:investment, education, appointments, training, and workforce

Educational Agency, to replace Alan L. Storm, Ph.D. Term expiration: 9/30/18. (Staff recommendation)

Appointment of Paul Stapleton-Smith, representing Workforce; Labor Organization Member or Joint Labor Management Apprenticeship Program, to fill a

vacancy created by Fred Yamashita. Term expiration: 9/30/19. (Staff recommendation)
Tagged Passions:appointments, workforce, and program

BCC_WorkforceInvestmentBoardApptsAttachments:

ELECTIONS

Tagged Passions:voting and election

22. Polling Places Pursuant to A.R.S. 16-411, designation of polling places for the August 28, 2018 Primary and the November 6, 2018 General

Elections and allows for adjacent precincts to be combined within an election district.
Tagged Passions:voting and election

EL_PollingPlaces-PrimaryandGeneralElectionsAttachments:

23. Election Boards Pursuant to A.R.S. 16-531(A), appointment of all election boards and tally boards recruited and on file in the Elections

Department for the August 28, 2018 Primary Election and the November 6, 2018 General Election.
Tagged Passions:appointments, voting, and election

EL_ElectionBoardWorkerApptsAttachments:

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24. Cancellation of Uncontested Precinct Committeman Races Staff requests cancellation of those uncontested elections for Precinct Committeeman on

the August 28, 2018 Primary Election ballot and appointment of those who filed nomination petitions or write-in nomination papers.
Tagged Passions:appointments, voting, and election

EL_PrecinctCommitteemanCancellationAttachments:

SUPERIOR COURT

Tagged Passions:legal and court

25. Judge Pro Tempore Appointments Appointments of Judges Pro Tempore of the Superior Court for the period of July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019:

Tagged Passions:legal, appointments, judge, and court

Judges Pro Tempore (Voluntary) Michael Aaron; John Aboud; Michael Aboud; Don Awerkamp; Susan Bacal; J. Barker; Laura Belleau; Elizabeth Benavidez;

John Bolt; Thomas Bouman; John Brady; Suzanne Brei; Lindsay Brew; Luke Brown; Randi Burnett; Eric Cahan; Justin Castillo; Nikki Chayet; Gary Cohen; Melvin Cohen; Peter Collins, Jr.; Danielle Constant; Roger Contreras; Erica Cornejo; T. Cranshaw; Michael J. Crawford; Suzanne Diaz; Peter Economidis; James Egbert; George Erickson; Melissa Errico; Jennifer Espino; Maria Felix; Erin Fox; Abbe Goncharsky; Gregory Good; Ann Haralambie; Phoebe Harris; Eric Hawkins; Megan Hill; Barney Holtzman; Daniel Huff; Gary Jackson; Henry Jacobs; Michael Johnson; Daniel Jurkowitz; Leonard Karp; Brian Kimminau; Kevin Kinghorn; Nicholas Knauer; Russell Krone; Reagen Kulseth; Mark Lammers; Thomas Laue; Lisa Lewis; Robert Lewis; Gerald Maltz; Jennifer Manzi; Analisa Masunas; Peter Matiatos; Margaret Maxwell; Kathleen McCarthy; Lisa McNorton; Wendy Million; Carroll Mizelle, Kathryn Nelson; Guenevere Nelson-Melby; Karen Nygarrd; Nancy O Neill; Uri Palmer; Carl Piccarreta; Michael Pollard; Karen Pollins; Carrie Rednour; Antonio Riojas, Jr.; Annie Rolfe; James Sakrison; Dee-Dee Samet; Anne Segal; Ted Schmidt; Dev Sethi; Susan Shetter; Jason Simon; Jeffrey Sklar; Tom Slutes; Christopher Smith; Ronald Sommer; Edina Strum; Sandra Tedlock; Evan Thompson; Merle Turchik; Adam Watters; Robert Way; Arthur Weiss; Janice Wezelman; James Whitehill; Paul Willman; Sarah Wright; Ronald Zack; Raymond Zirkle
Tagged Passions:legal and judge

Court Commissioners to serve as Judges Pro Tempore Lisa Abrams; John Assini; Lisa Bibbens; Jane Butler; Dean Christoffel; Julia Connors; Howard Fell;

Geoffrey Ferlan; Teresa Godoy; Patricia Green; Lori Jones; Susan Kettlewell; Jennifer Langford; Cathleen Linn; Casey McGinley; Alyce Pennington; Deborah Pratte; Lee Ann Roads; Gilbert Rosales; Laurie San Angelo; Thomas (Ken) Sanders
Tagged Passions:streets, legal, judge, and court

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Judges Pro Tempore/Hearing Officer Howard Fell; Teresa Godoy; Casey McGinley; Lee Ann Roads

Tagged Passions:streets, hearing, legal, and judge

SC_JudgesProTemporeApptsAttachments:

TREASURER

Tagged Passions:Treasurer and TREASURER

26. Certificate of Removal and Abatement - Certificate of Clearance Staff requests approval of the Certificates of Removal and Abatement/Certificates

of Clearance in the amount of 26,927.66.
Tagged Passions:abatement and clearance

TO_CertificateofRemovalAbatementAttachments:

RATIFY AND/OR APPROVE

27. Regular Minutes: May 15 and 22, 2018 Budget Minutes: May 15 and 16, 2018

Tagged Passions:budget

CL_5-15-18DraftMinutes

CL_5-22-18DraftMinutes

CL_5-15-18BHDraftMinutes

CL_5-16-18BHDraftMinutes

Attachments:

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