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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
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
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.)
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)
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)
If approved, pass and adopt: RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - 37 DSD_ResoP18CA00001Attachments:
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June 19, 2018Board of Supervisors Meeting Agenda
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)
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)
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.
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)
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
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