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Board of Supervisors

This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change. A FINAL AGENDA will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

Board Members

Bill Gates, Chairman, District 3 Clint Hickman, Vice Chairman, District 4

Jack Sellers, District 1 Steve Chucri, District 2

Steve Gallardo, District 5

County Manager Joy Rich

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Clerk of the Board

Fran McCarroll

Meeting Location Supervisors' Auditorium

205 W. Jefferson Phoenix, AZ 85003

The mission of Maricopa County is to provide regional leadership and fiscally

responsible, necessary public services to its residents so they can enjoy living in

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healthy and safe communities

FORMAL MEETING AGENDA

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

Maricopa County, Arizona (and the Boards of Directors of the Flood Control District, Library District,

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Stadium District, Improvement Districts, Housing Authority of Maricopa County and/or Board of Deposit)

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Wednesday, March 27, 2019 9:30 AM

Agendas are available at least 24 hours prior to each meeting in the Office of the Clerk of the Board, 301 W. Jefferson, Tenth Floor, Phoenix,

Arizona, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM and on the internet at http://www.maricopa.gov/Clk_board/Agendas.aspx. One or more Board members may attend telephonically. Board members attending telephonically will be announced at the meeting. The Board may vote to recess into an executive session for the purpose of obtaining legal advice from the Board s attorney on any matter listed on the agenda pursuant to A.R.S. 38-431.03(A)(3). Accommodations for individuals with disabilities, including alternative format materials, sign language interpretation, and assistive listening devices are available upon 72 hours' advance notice through the Office of the Clerk of the Board, 301 W. Jefferson Avenue, Tenth Floor, Phoenix, Arizona 85003, (602) 506-3766, Fax (602) 506- 6402, TDD (602) 506-2348. To the extent possible, additional reasonable accommodations will be made available within the time constraints of the request.
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See the Clerk and fill out a speaker's form if you would like to address the Board regarding any matter on the agenda.

This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change.

A FINAL AGENDA will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change. A FINAL AGENDA will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

Miembros de la Junta

Bill Gates, Presidente, Distrito 3 Clint Hickman, Vice Presidente, Distrito 4

Jack Sellers, Distrito 1 Steve Chucri, Distrito 2

Steve Gallardo, Distrito 5

Administrador del Condado Joy Rich

Secretar a de la Junta

Fran McCarroll

Ubicaci n de la Reuni n Auditorio de los Supervisores

205 W. Jefferson Phoenix, AZ 85003

La misi n del Condado Maricopa es proveer a sus residentes el liderazgo

regional y los servicios p blicos necesarios en forma fiscalmente responsable, para que

aquellos puedan disfrutar la vida en comunidades saludables y seguras

AGENDA DE LA REUNI N FORMAL

JUNTA DE SUPERVISORES

Condado de Maricopa, Arizona (y de las Mesas Directivas del Distrito de Control de Inundaciones, el Distrito de Bibliotecas, el Distrito del Estadio,

los Distritos de Mejoramientos, Autoridad de Vivienda del Condado de Maricopa y/o la Junta de

Dep sito)

mi rcoles 27 de marzo de 2019 9:30 AM

Las agendas est n disponibles por lo menos 24 horas antes de cada reuni n en la Oficina de la Secretar a de la Junta, 301 W. Jefferson, 10 Piso,

Phoenix, Arizona, de lunes a viernes, de 8:00 AM a 5:00 PM, y en la Internet en http://www.maricopa.gov/Clk_board/Agendas.aspx. Uno o m s miembros de la Junta pueden asistir telef nicamente. En la reuni n se anunciar qu miembros de la Junta asistir n telef nicamente. La Junta puede votar a favor de una suspensi n de la sesi n para entrar a una sesi n ejecutiva con el prop sito de obtener asesor a legal del abogado de la Junta con respecto a cualquier asunto incluido en la agenda, en conformidad con el estatuto A.R.S. 38-431.03(A)(3). Hay acomodaciones disponibles para individuos con discapacidades, incluyendo materiales en formatos alternos, interpretaci n del lenguaje a se as, y dispositivos de asistencia auditiva si se solicitan por medio de un aviso con 72 horas por adelantado y habr servicios de interpretaci n disponibles para aquellos individuos con conocimientos limitados del ingl s si da un aviso 18 horas por adelantado a trav s de la oficina de la Secretar a de la Junta, 301 W. Jefferson Street, 10 Piso, Phoenix, Arizona 85003, (602) 506-3766, Fax (602) 506-6402, TDD (602) 506-2348, correo electr nico: clerkboard@mail.maricopa.gov. Al grado que sea posible, se proveer n acomodaciones razonables adicionales dentro de las restricciones de tiempo de la solicitud. Vea a la Secretar a y llene una forma para oradores si usted desea dirigirse a la Junta con respecto a cualquier asunto en la agenda.
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This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change. A FINAL AGENDA will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

MARICOPA COUNTY Board of Supervisors

Bill Gates Clint Hickman

Chairman, District 3 Vice Chairman, District 4

Jack Sellers Steve Chucri Steve Gallardo District 1 District 2 District 5

Board of Supervisors Direct Reports Clerk of the Board Fran McCarroll

Internal Audit Mike McGee

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Elected Officials

Assessor Paul Petersen Sheriff Paul Penzone Clerk of the Court Jeff Fine School Superintendent Steve Watson County Attorney William Montgomery

Treasurer Royce Flora Recorder Adrian Fontes Justices of the Peace Constables
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County Leadership Joy Rich County Manager

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Administration Office of Communications Government Relations Office of Enterprise Technology Human Resources Stadium District

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Reid Spaulding Shelby Scharbach Lee Ann Bohn Deputy County Manager Assistant County Manager Assistant County Manager

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Air Quality Budget Correctional Health Animal Care Control Equipment Services Human Services Emergency Management Finance Justice Systems Planning

Environmental Services Industrial Development Authority Medical Examiner Facilities Management Library District Public Health Flood Control District Office of Procurement Parks Recreation Public Defense Services Planning and Development Public Fiduciary Real Estate Risk Management Transportation
Tagged Passions:planning, health, equipment, finance, budget, development, industrial, transportation, risk, services, emergency, environment, purchasing, flooding, parks, Development, jail, library, and recreation

This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change. A FINAL AGENDA will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

Table of Contents BOARD OF SUPERVISORS - JUNTA DE SUPERVISORES ...................................................................... 5 PRESENTATIONS

- PRESENTACI NES ................................................................................................... 5 STATUTORY HEARINGS - AUDIENCIAS LEGALES .................................................................................. 5
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Clerk of the Board - Secretaria de la Junta ............................................................................................... 5

Transportation Transportaci n ............................................................................................................... 9
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AGENCY ITEMS AND STATUTORY MATTERS ART CULOS DE AGENCIA Y ASUNTOS REGLAMENTARIOS ................................................................ 12

COUNTY OFFICERS - OFICIALES DE CONDADO .................................................................................. 12
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Sheriff - Alguacil

...................................................................................................................................... 12 Treasurer - Tesorero ............................................................................................................................... 13
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COUNTY OFFICES AND DEPARTMENTS DEPARTAMENTOS Y OFICINAS DEL CONDADO

................................................................................... 14

Emergency Management - Administraci n de Emergencia .................................................................... 14 Finance - Finanzas

.................................................................................................................................. 14 Human Resources - Recursos Humanos ................................................................................................ 14 Human Services - Servicios Humanos .................................................................................................... 15 Medical Examiner - M dico Forense ....................................................................................................... 19 Parks and Recreation - Parques y Recreaci n ....................................................................................... 20 Procurement Services - Servicios de Adquisiciones ............................................................................... 20 Public Health - Salud P blica .................................................................................................................. 21 Real Estate - Bienes Ra ces ................................................................................................................... 21 Transportation - Transportaci n .............................................................................................................. 22
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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS - JUNTA DE SUPERVISORES .................................................................... 27 Board of Supervisors - Junta de

Supervisores ........................................................................................ 27

SETTING OF HEARINGS - CONFIGURACI N DE AUDIENCIAS ............................................................ 27 Clerk of the Board - Secretaria de

la Junta ............................................................................................. 27 Planning and Development - Planificaci n y Desarrollo ......................................................................... 28 Transportation Transportaci n ............................................................................................................. 28
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CONSENT AGENDA - AGENDA DE CONSIENTA .................................................................................... 29 Clerk of the Board -

Secretaria de la Junta ............................................................................................. 29

FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT AGENDA AGENDA DE DISTRITO DE CONTROL DE INUNDACIONES .................................................................. 31

LIBRARY DISTRICT AGENDA AGENDA DEL DISTRITO DE BIBLIOTECA ............................................................................................... 33 STADIUM DISTRICT AGENDA AGENDA DEL DISTRITO DE ESTADIO .................................................................................................... 33 CALL TO THE PUBLIC AND SUMMARY OF CURRENT EVENTS LLAMADO AL PUBLICO Y EL RESUMEN DE TEMAS DE ACTUALIDAD ............................................... 34
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1. INVOCATION - INVOCACI N

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE - JURO FIDELIDAD A LA BANDERA

3. ROLL CALL - LISTA

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS - JUNTA DE SUPERVISORES

4. PET SHOWCASE BY MARICOPA COUNTY ANIMAL CARE AND CONTROL PRESENTACI N DE ANIMALS DOMESTICOS POR EL DEPARTAMENTO DE CONTROL Y CUIDADO DE ANIMALES

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PRESENTATIONS - PRESENTACI NES

5. PROCLAMATION FOR NATIONAL COUNTY GOVERNMENT MONTH

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Approve and proclaim April 2019 as National County Government Month. (C-06-19-382-7-00)

6. PROCLAMATION FOR NATIONAL SERVICE RECOGNITION DAY

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Approve and proclaim April 2, 2019 as National Service Recognition Day. (C-06-19-383-7-00)

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STATUTORY HEARINGS - AUDIENCIAS LEGALES

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Clerk of the Board - Secretaria de la Junta

7. LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATIONS - APLICACIONES DE LICENCIA DE LICOR

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This is the time scheduled for a public hearing on the applications for liquor licenses. At this hearing, the Board of Supervisors will determine the

recommendation to the State Liquor Board as to whether the State Liquor Board should grant or deny the license.
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a. TEMPORARY EXTENSION OF PREMISES/PATIO FOR BARTLETT LAKE

GRILL LLC

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Pursuant to A.R.S. 4-207.01, approve an application filed by Marie Elizabeth King Church for a Temporary Extension of Premises/Patio of a Series

1207A533 Liquor License for Bartlett Lake Grill LLC at 20808 East Bartlett Dam Road, Carefree, Arizona, 85377 for March 28, 2019 to April 8, 2019.(Supervisorial District 2) (C-06-19-386-L-00)
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8. PETITIONS HEARING FOR THE FORMATION OF THE PROPOSED HACIENDA GRANADA

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IRRIGATION WATER DELIVERY DISTRICT

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Pursuant to A.R.S. 48-3423 and 48-3424, convene the scheduled public hearing regarding the petitions filed for the formation of the proposed Hacienda

Granada Irrigation Water Delivery District, as they have been determined to be signed by a majority of the owners of the acreage within the proposed district.
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, and hearing

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Pursuant to A.R.S. 48-3424, any land owner within the boundaries of the proposed district may appear and object to the organization thereof, or to

the inclusion of the land owners property therein. The Board will hear and consider all comments in favor or against the organization of the district and decide whether to approve or reject the organization of the district within the boundaries proposed in the petition or with modified boundaries.
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If the Board decides to proceed with the organization of the district, the Clerk is directed to publish a notice and post copies of the notice

describing the boundaries of the proposed district and fix a date of April 16, 2019, a date not less than 20 days after the publications and postings are completed. Written protests against the organization may be filed by owners of a majority of the acreage with the proposed district boundaries. If no protest is filed, or if one is filed and found insufficient, an order establishing the district shall be entered and will include the appointment of the following three (3) Trustees of the district as set forth in the petition:
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Joseph Slezak Alan Zeigler Randy Raddatz

Lot 111, Lots 113 through 120, Lots 125 through 136, and Tracts A and B of HACIENDA GRANADA UNIT 2, a Subdivision of part of Tract B Gilliland Galey

Ranch, in the Northwest Quarter of Section 19, Township 2 North, Range 4 East, of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian according to the Plat of Record in the Office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona, Recorded in Book 55 of Maps, Page 17;
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TOGETHER WITH That part of abandoned Right-of-Way as described per City of Phoenix Resolution Number 20413 as recorded in the Office of the County

Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona, per Document number 2006-1196117;

TOGETHER WITH Lots 142 through 167 of HACIENDA GRANADA UNIT 3, a Subdivision of part of Tracts A and C Gilliland Galey Ranch, in the Northwest

Quarter of Section 19, Township 2 North, Range 4 East, of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian according to the Plat of Record in the Office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona, Recorded in Book 61 of Maps, Page 20;
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TOGETHER WITH Lots 168 through 252 of HACIENDA GRANADA UNIT 4, a Subdivision of part of Tract B Gilliland Galey Ranch, in the Northwest Quarter of

Section 19, Township 2 North, Range 4 East, of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian according to the Plat of Record in the Office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona, Recorded in Book 64 of Maps, Page 12;
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TOGETHER WITH Lots 1 and 2, and Tract A of ADDISON MANOR, a Replat of Lot 112 of HACIENDA GRANADA UNIT 2, according to the Plat of Record in the

Office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona, Recorded in Book 55 of Maps, Page 17; located in the Northwest Quarter of Section 19, Township 2 North, Range 4 East, of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian according to the Plat of Record in the Office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona, Recorded in Book 1309 of Maps, Page 7. (Supervisorial District 3) (C-06-19-357-M-00)
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9. PETITIONS HEARING FOR THE FORMATION OF THE PROPOSED VENTURA MANOR

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IRRIGATION WATER DELIVERY DISTRICT

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Pursuant to A.R.S. 48-3423 and 48-3424, convene the scheduled public hearing regarding the petitions filed for the formation of the proposed Ventura

Manor Irrigation Water Delivery District, as they have been determined to be signed by a majority of the owners of the acreage within the proposed district.
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, and hearing

Pursuant to A.R.S. 48-3424, any land owner within the boundaries of the proposed district may appear and object to the organization thereof, or to

the inclusion of the land owners property therein. The Board will hear and consider all comments in favor or against the organization of the district and decide whether to approve or reject the organization of the district within the boundaries proposed in the petition or with modified boundaries.
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If the Board decides to proceed with the organization of the district, the Clerk is directed to publish a notice and post copies of the notice

describing the boundaries of the proposed district and fix a date of April 16, 2019, a date not less than 20 days after the publications and postings are completed. Written protests against the organization may be filed by owners of a majority of the acreage with the proposed district boundaries. If no protest is filed, or if one is filed and found insufficient, an order establishing the district shall be entered and will include the appointment of the following three (3) Trustees of the district as set forth in the petition:
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Tom Kouts Sam Kelsall Ted Kaercher

Lots 1 through 48 of VENTURA MANOR, a Subdivision of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 31, Township 2 North, Range 4 East, of

the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian according to the Plat of Record in the Office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona, Recorded in Book 30 of Maps, Page 43. (Supervisorial District 3) (C-06-19-362-M-00)
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10. ROAD DE-ANNEXATIONS FROM CITY OF BUCKEYE TO MARICOPA COUNTY

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Pursuant to A.R.S. 9-471.02 and 9-471.03 convene the scheduled public hearing regarding the de-annexing of road right-of-way from City of Buckeye

jurisdiction to Maricopa County in accordance with the included City of Buckeye Ordinances a through j. The legal descriptions are attached as part of each ordinance and are on file in the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors Office in accordance with LAPR approved retention schedule.
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The Board of Supervisors determined at a public hearing on Wednesday, February 27, 2019 that such action would be in the public interest and has

complied with the additional requirements of A.R.S. 9-471.03.
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If approved, the Board of Supervisors:

1. Orders that the public right-of-way be returned in accordance with the included Ordinance, returning the public right-of-way to Maricopa County.

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2. Pursuant to ARS 9-471.02, directs the Clerk of the Board to notify the City of Buckeye that the Board of Supervisors order regarding the

de-annexation of the public right-of-way was approved, and
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3. Directs the Clerk of the Board to certify a copy of the order of the Board and file it for record in the Office of the County Recorder.

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a) City of Buckeye Ordinance No. 06-19 and Maricopa County Ordinance No. C-06-19-312-7-00

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Right-of-way location: Hazen Road from Wilson Road to SR85. Supervisory District No. 4. MCDOT Analysis: Provides continuity and efficiency of

maintenance responsibilities to create a seamless transportation experience for the motoring public. Financial Status: No major maintenance is required and it will have minimal impact to operations costs. The Board action will result to add 0.0097 square miles to County ownership and enable the County to assume responsibility for road maintenance.
Tagged Passions:finance, streets, transportation, and government efficiency

b) City of Buckeye Ordinance No. 09-19 and Maricopa County Ordinance No. C-06-19-312-7-00

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Right-of-way location Patton Road from 0.5 miles east of 291st Avenue to 275th Avenue alignment. Supervisory District No. 4. MCDOT Analysis: Provides

continuity and efficiency of maintenance responsibilities to create a seamless transportation experience for the motoring public. Financial Status: No major maintenance is required and it will have minimal impact to operations costs. The Board action will result to add 0.0370 square miles to County ownership and enable the County to assume responsibility for road maintenance.
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c) City of Buckeye Ordinance No. 10-19 and Maricopa County Ordinance No. C-06-19-312-7-00

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Right-of-way location: Beloat Road from Rainbow Road to 1,980.21 feet east of Rainbow Road. Supervisory District No. 4. MCDOT Analysis: Provides

continuity and efficiency of maintenance responsibilities to create a seamless transportation experience for the motoring public. Financial Status: No major maintenance is required and it will have minimal impact to operations costs. The Board action will result to add 0.0028 square miles to County ownership and enable the County to assume responsibility for road maintenance.
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d) City of Buckeye Ordinance No. 11-19 and Maricopa County Ordinance No. C-06-19-312-7-00

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Right-of-way location: Dead Road south of Southern Avenue between Buckeye Canal and Southern Pacific Railroad. Supervisory District No. 4. MCDOT

Analysis: Provides continuity and efficiency of maintenance responsibilities to create a seamless transportation experience for the motoring public. Financial Status: No major maintenance is required and it will have minimal impact to operations costs. The Board action will result to add 0.0015 square miles to County ownership and enable the County to assume responsibility for road maintenance.
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e) City of Buckeye Ordinance No. 12-19 and Maricopa County Ordinance No. C-06-19-312-7-00

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Right-of-way location: Southern Avenue from 315th Avenue alignment to 311th Avenue. Supervisory District No. 4. MCDOT Analysis: Provides continuity

and efficiency of maintenance responsibilities to create a seamless transportation experience for the motoring public. Financial Status: No major maintenance is required and it will have minimal impact to operations costs. The Board action will result to add 0.0016 square miles to County ownership and enable the County to assume responsibility for road maintenance.
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f) City of Buckeye Ordinance No. 13-19 and Maricopa County Ordinance No. C-06-19-312-7-00

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Right-of-way location: Right-of-way location: Verrado Way from MC85 to 2,188 feet north of MC85. Supervisory District No. 4. MCDOT Analysis: Provides

ownership of needed additional right-of-way for MCDOT project in design phase to improve the intersection. Financial Status: No major maintenance is required and it will have minimal impact to operations costs. The Board action will result to add 0.0052 square miles to County ownership and enable the County to assume responsibility for road maintenance.
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g) City of Buckeye Ordinance No. 14-19 and Maricopa County Ordinance No. C-06-19-312-7-00

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Right-of-way location: Wickenburg Road beginning 7,030 feet north of the CAP canal continuing north 22,261 feet except any portion of BLM and State

Land. Supervisory District No. 4. MCDOT Analysis: Provides continuity and efficiency of maintenance responsibilities to create a seamless transportation experience for the motoring public. Financial Status: Chip seal is required to create matching surface and will cost 3.85 per square yard, total financial impact estimated at 211,750. The Board action will result to add 0.0711 square miles to County ownership and enable the County to assume responsibility for road maintenance.
Tagged Passions:finance, streets, transportation, health insurance, watershed, and government efficiency

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h) City of Buckeye Ordinance No. 15-19 and Maricopa County Ordinance No. C-06-19-312-7-00

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Right-of-way location: Jackrabbit Trail from Hilton Avenue to Durango Street. Supervisory District No. 4. MCDOT Analysis: Provides ownership of

right-of-way currently maintained by MCDOT through Letter of Agreement. Current and future MCDOT maintenance provide continuity and efficiency of maintenance responsibilities to create a seamless transportation experience for the motoring public. Financial Status: No major maintenance is required and it will have minimal impact to operations costs. The Board action will result to add 0.0007 square miles to County ownership and enable the County to assume responsibility for road maintenance.
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i) City of Buckeye Ordinance No. 16-19 and Maricopa County Ordinance No. C-06-19-312-7-00

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Right-of-way location: Portions of McDowell Road from 1,320 feet west of Jackrabbit Trail to Perryville Road. Supervisory District No. 4. MCDOT

Analysis: Provides continuity and efficiency of maintenance responsibilities to create a seamless transportation experience for the motoring public. Financial Status: Fog seal is required on the section from 197
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th Ave to Jackrabbit Trail and will cost 0.40 per square yard.

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Mill and overlay is required on the section from 191 st Ave to Perryville Rd and will cost 13.50 per square

yard. The total financial impact estimate at 97,172. The Board action will result to add 0.0114 square miles to County ownership and enable the

County to assume responsibility for road maintenance.
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j) City of Buckeye Ordinance No. 17-19 and Maricopa County Ordinance No. C-06-19-312-7-00

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Right-of-way location: Portions of Baseline Road from 311th Avenue to Verrado Way. Supervisory District No. 4. MCDOT Analysis: Provides continuity

and efficiency of maintenance responsibilities to create a seamless transportation experience for the motoring public. Financial Status: No major maintenance is required and it will have minimal impact to operations costs. The Board action will result to add 0.0165 square miles to County ownership and enable the County to assume responsibility for road maintenance.
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(C-06-19-312-7-00)

Transportation Transportaci n

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11. ROAD FILE DECLARATIONS - DECLARACIONES DE CARRETERA

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Approve, by resolution, petitions to open and declare the following roads into the county highway system. This action will serve as notice of the

Board of Supervisors acceptance of all U.S. Patent easements, reservations, rights-of-way or properties along the alignments into the Maricopa County highway system and will also authorize the maintenance and acquisition of the necessary rights-of- way through donation, purchase, or condemnation.
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a. ROAD FILE NO. 5922

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Convene a hearing for Road File No. 5922 to Open and Declare the following described alignments into the County Transportation System.

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In accordance with A.R.S. Titles 28-6701, 6705(A) and 11-822(C), it is recommended by the Department of Transportation Director, that the Board of

Supervisors Open and Declare the following described alignments into the County Transportation System: Road File No. 5922. Legal description identified as Exhibit A , is attached.
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In addition, direct the Clerk of the Board to record the Board of Supervisors resolution with the County Recorder.

(General Vicinity: University Drive and Power Road. Supervisor District No. 2) (C-64-19-121-M-01)

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b. ROAD FILE NO. 5928

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Convene a hearing for Road File No. 5928 to Open and Declare the following described alignments into the County Transportation System.

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In accordance with A.R.S. Titles 28-6701, 6705(A) and 11-822(C), it is recommended by the Department of Transportation Director, that the Board of

Supervisors Open and Declare the following described alignments into the County Transportation System: Road File No. 5928. Legal description identified as Exhibit A , is attached.
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In addition, direct the Clerk of the Board to record the Board of Supervisors resolution with the County Recorder.

(General Vicinity: Apache Trail and 80th Street. Supervisor District No. 2) (C-64-19-119-M-01)

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c. ROAD FILE NO. 5921

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Convene a hearing for Road File No. 5921 to Open and Declare the following described alignments into the County Transportation System.

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In accordance with A.R.S. Titles 28-6701, 6705(A) and 11-822(C), it is recommended by the Department of Transportation Director, that the Board of

Supervisors Open and Declare the following described alignments into the County Transportation System: Road File No. 5921. Legal description identified as Exhibit A , is attached.
Tagged Passions:legal, streets, and transportation

In addition, direct the Clerk of the Board to record the Board of Supervisors resolution with the County Recorder.

(General Vicinity: General Vicinity: University Drive and 105th Street. Supervisor District No. 2) (C-64-19-118-M-01)

Tagged Passions:streets and university

d. ROAD FILE NO. A572

Tagged Passions:streets

Convene a hearing for Road File No. A572 to Open and Declare the following described alignment into the County Transportation System.

Tagged Passions:streets, transportation, and hearing

In accordance with A.R.S. Titles 28- 6701, 6702 and 6703, it is recommended by the Department of Transportation Director, that the Board of

Supervisors Open and Declare the following described alignment into the County Transportation System, Road File No. A572. Legal description identified as Exhibit A is attached. In addition, direct the Clerk of the Board to record the Board of Supervisors resolution with the County Recorder.
Tagged Passions:legal, streets, and transportation

(General Vicinity: Sossaman Road and Apache Trail. Supervisor District No. 2) (C-64-19-117-M-01)

Tagged Passions:streets and trails

e. ROAD FILE NO. A588

Tagged Passions:streets

Convene a hearing for Road File No. A588 to Open and Declare the following described alignment into the County Transportation System.

Tagged Passions:streets, transportation, and hearing

In accordance with A.R.S. Titles 28- 6701, 6702 and 6703, it is recommended by the Department of Transportation Director, that the Board of

Supervisors Open and
Tagged Passions:transportation

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Declare the following described alignment into the County Transportation System, Road File No. A588. Legal description identified as Exhibit A is

attached.
Tagged Passions:legal, streets, and transportation

In addition, direct the Clerk of the Board to record the Board of Supervisors resolution with the County Recorder.

(General Vicinity: Pueblo Avenue and Hawes Road. Supervisor District No. 2) (C-64-19-120-M-01)

Tagged Passions:streets

12. PATENT EASEMENT ABANDONMENT: ROAD FILE NO. PAB-0069

Tagged Passions:streets and easement

Convene a hearing for Road File No. PAB-0069 to consider the request to abandon a portion of a Federal Patent Easement Number 1149650 lying in the

Southeast quarter of Section 6 T4N, R3E of the Gila and Salt River Meridian, Maricopa County, Arizona. General vicinity of Happy Valley Road and 13th Avenue, and known as Assessor Parcel 210-09-017F/G/H/J. Notice conditions and the request for comment requirements have been met.
Tagged Passions:streets, watershed, property, hearing, and easement

Therefore, pursuant to provisions in A.R.S. 11-251.16, Maricopa County Ordinance No. P-34 and Maricopa County Department of Transportation Procedure

P5203, it is recommended by the Department of Transportation Director, that the Board of Supervisors resolves to abandon a portion of a Federal Patent Easement, Road File No. PAB-0069. Legal description of the easement to be abandoned is identified as Exhibit A. In addition, direct the Clerk of the Board to record the Board of Supervisors resolution with the County Recorder. Supervisory District No. 3 (C-64-19-093-M-01)
Tagged Passions:ordinance, legal, streets, transportation, procedure, and easement

13. PATENT EASEMENT ABANDONMENT: ROAD FILE NO. PAB-0079

Tagged Passions:streets and easement

Convene a hearing for Road File No. PAB-0079 to consider the request to abandon a portion of a Federal Patent Easement Number 1196165 lying in the

Northeast quarter of Section 15 T5N, R4E of the Gila and Salt River Meridian, Maricopa County, Arizona. General vicinity of Lonesome Trail and 67th Street, and known as Assessor Parcel 216-50-049. Notice conditions and the request for comment requirements have been met.
Tagged Passions:streets, watershed, trails, property, hearing, and easement

Therefore, pursuant to provisions in A.R.S. 11-251.16, Maricopa County Ordinance No. P-34 and Maricopa County Department of Transportation Procedure

P5203, it is recommended by the Department of Transportation Director, that the Board of Supervisors resolves to abandon a portion of a Federal Patent Easement, Road File No. PAB-0079. Legal description of the easement to be abandoned is identified as Exhibit A. In addition, direct the Clerk of the Board to record the Board of Supervisors resolution with the County Recorder. Supervisory District No. 2 (C-64-19-092-M-01)
Tagged Passions:ordinance, legal, streets, transportation, procedure, and easement

14. PATENT EASEMENT ABANDONMENT: ROAD FILE NO. PAB-0092

Tagged Passions:streets and easement

Convene a hearing for Road File No. PAB-0092 to consider the request to abandon (a portion of) a Federal Patent Easement Number 1162892 lying in the

Southeast quarter of Section 6 T4, R3 East of the Gila and Salt River Meridian, Maricopa County, Arizona. General vicinity of 7th Ave and Yearling Road, and known as Assessor Parcel 210-12-018E. Notice conditions and the request for comment requirements have been met.
Tagged Passions:streets, watershed, property, hearing, and easement

Therefore, pursuant to provisions in A.R.S. 11-251.16, Maricopa County Ordinance No. P-34 and Maricopa County Department of Transportation Procedure

P5203, it is recommended by the Department of Transportation Director, that the Board of Supervisors resolves to abandon a portion of a Federal Patent Easement, Road File No. PAB-0092. Legal description of the easement to be abandoned is identified as Exhibit A. In addition, direct the Clerk of the Board to record the Board of Supervisors resolution with the County Recorder. Supervisory District No. 3 (C-64-19-090-M-01)
Tagged Passions:ordinance, legal, streets, transportation, procedure, and easement

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15. PATENT EASEMENT ABANDONMENT: ROAD FILE NO. PAB-0057

Tagged Passions:streets and easement

Convene a hearing for Road File No. PAB-0057 to consider the request to abandon a portion of a Federal Patent Easement Number 1185516 lying in the

Southwest quarter of the Northeast quarter of the Northeast quarter of the North half of Section 8 - T4N, R1E of the Gila and Salt River Meridian, Maricopa County, Arizona. General vicinity of Calle Lejos and 103rd Avenue, and known as Assessor Parcel 201-08-025D. Notice conditions and the request for comment requirements have been met.
Tagged Passions:streets, watershed, property, hearing, easement, and housing

Therefore, pursuant to provisions in A.R.S. 11-251.16, Maricopa County Ordinance No. P-34 and Maricopa County Department of Transportation Procedure

P5203, it is recommended by the Department of Transportation Director, that the Board of Supervisors resolves to abandon a portion of a Federal Patent Easement, Road File No. PAB-0057. Legal description of the easement to be abandoned is identified as Exhibit A. In addition, direct the Clerk of the Board to record the Board of Supervisors resolution with the County Recorder. Supervisory District No. 4 (C-64-19-091-M-01)
Tagged Passions:ordinance, legal, streets, transportation, procedure, and easement

AGENCY ITEMS AND STATUTORY MATTERS ART CULOS DE AGENCIA Y ASUNTOS REGLAMENTARIOS

Tagged Passions:arts

COUNTY OFFICERS - OFICIALES DE CONDADO

Sheriff - Alguacil

Tagged Passions:public safety

16. DONATION FROM THE FRIENDS OF PHOENIX PUBLIC LIBRARY

Tagged Passions:donation, Donation, and library

Accept a cash donation of 5,336.18 designated for the Sheriff s Animal Safe Haven (MASH) from the Friends of Phoenix Public Library.

(C-50-19-064-D-00)
Tagged Passions:donation, public safety, Donation, and library

17. ONE TIME ADDITIONS TO FLEET OF SPEED DATA COLLECTION TRAILERS

Approve the one-time additions to fleet of four (4) Speed Data Collection Trailers that will be acquired with grant funding (Fund 251). The trailers

are valued at approximately 9,814 each. The funding associated with these items was authorized and awarded under the Resolution Approving the Submission of Projects for Consideration in Arizona s 2019 Highway Safety Plan GOHS FY 2019, approved by the Board of Supervisors in agenda C-50-18-055-G-00 on March 21, 2018. The term of the Resolution is through September 30, 2019. On-going costs associated with these items is anticipated to be minimal. The four (4) speed data collection trailers, funded by the Governors Office of Highway Safety (federal funding), will be deployed regionally throughout Maricopa County to assist in detecting and combatting aggressive driving. Serial numbers will be on record with Equipment Services after these items are procured. (C-50-18-055-G-01)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, equipment, and services

18. IGA WITH CITY OF PHOENIX FOR ICAC

Approve an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between Phoenix Police Department (Primary Grantee)/Arizona ICAC Task Force Lead Agency and Maricopa

County Sheriff s Office (Affiliate Agency) regarding Arizona Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC). This IGA becomes effective upon the date of the last signature of the executing parties and remains in effect for three (3) years after the effective date. This agreement can be terminated in writing by either party upon a thirty (30) day notice. This is a reimbursement agreement with a funding award of up to 20,000. Categories of reimbursement are direct costs such for training, investigations, computer forensics and public awareness in connection with Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC).
Tagged Passions:funding, public safety, training, intergovernmental, and crime

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The Sheriff s Office indirect cost rate is 18.3 . Indirect costs for this award are 3,660 and are not recoverable. This amount will be absorbed

within the Sheriff's Office budget. This award was competitive, and the Sheriff's Office has not received this funding before. Funding is non-recurring, there is no match requirement and there are no future or ongoing contributions required following the agreement period. This funding is not for a specific mandate but supports the Sheriff's Office overall public safety mandate. The total estimated cost associated with this award including indirect costs is 23,660.
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, and public safety

Grant revenues are not local revenues for the purpose of the constitutional expenditure limitation, and therefore, expenditure of the funds is not

prohibited by the budget law. (C-50-19-065-G-00)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, and budget

19. MODIFICATION TO THE OPERATING AND FINANCIAL PLAN WITH U.S. DEPARTMENT OF

Tagged Passions:finance

AGRICULTURE, FOREST SERVICE, TONTO NATIONAL FOREST

Tagged Passions:agriculture

Approve Modification of Grant or Agreement 3 to accept funding in the amount of 100,400 for the CY 2019 Operating and Financial Plan (Exhibit A)

between Maricopa County on behalf of the Maricopa County Sheriff s Office and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Tonto National Forest. The reimbursement period will be retroactive to January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, finance, agriculture, and public safety

The MCSO Indirect Rate is 18.30 . Total grant indirect costs are estimated to be 18,373.20. None of this amount is recoverable. The unrecoverable

amount of 18,373.20 will be absorbed within Sheriff s General Fund operations.
Tagged Passions:grant and public safety

This grant award is non-competitive, multi-year and recurring. The Sheriff s Office has been providing these services for more than 30 years. The

award does not require a cash contribution, nor an in-kind contribution, and there are no future or ongoing contributions required following the grant period. This service is not mandated; however, it furthers the Sheriff s public safety mandate. Funding is used to pay deputy overtime, the leases on two vehicles, monthly charges for cell phones, and other supplies related to this grant agreement for MCSO to assist in patrolling portions of the Tonto National Forest that are located in Maricopa County. The estimated total costs of this award including indirect costs is 118,773.20.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, leasing, public safety, services, and Cell Phones

Grant revenues are not local revenues for the purpose of the constitutional expenditure limitation, and therefore, expenditure of the funds is not

prohibited by the budget law. (C-50-16-055-G-03)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, and budget

Treasurer - Tesorero

Tagged Passions:Treasurer and TREASURER

20. OFFERS ON TAX DEEDED LAND PARCEL 218-57-977

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, and property

Pursuant to A.R.S. 42-18303, consider the two cash offers, or any additional cash bids which may be offered at the Board meeting, on the following

Tax Deeded Land parcel. A.R.S. 42-18303 allows the county to sell property in the county held by the State by tax deed to the highest bidder for cash.
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, taxes, Taxes, and property

Parcel Number 218-57-977 Date Previously Offered N/A

Tagged Passions:property

Offer 1 Purchaser / Name for the Deed Bruce Veteto Amount of Offer 100.00

Offer 2 Purchaser / Name for the Deed City of Mesa Amount of Offer -- 200.00

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If the Board accepts an offer on the subject property, direct the Treasurer s Office accept payment and prepare the Quit Claim Deed to convey the

property to winning bidder and deliver to the Clerk of the Board for further processing. Pursuant to A.R.S. 42-18303(C), the proceeds of the winning bid shall be paid to the county treasurer. After deducting and distributing interest, penalties, fees and costs charged against the parcel, the treasurer shall apportion the remainder according to ARS 42-18303(C). If no bid is accepted by the Board, direct the Treasurer s Office to refund all monies.
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, property, Treasurer, and TREASURER

The subject property lies within Supervisorial District 2. Crossroads are S. Sossaman Road and E. Baseline Rd. (C-43-19-039-M-00)

Tagged Passions:streets and property

21. CLEARING UNCOLLECTIBLE TAX

Tagged Passions:taxes and Taxes

Approve and sign requests for Tax Clearance from the Treasurer s Office pursuant to A.R.S. 42- 19118 for the attached list of parcel numbers, tax

years and amounts as on file with the Clerk of the Board s Office and retained in accordance with LAPR retention guidelines. Sheriff affidavits for the attached list of parcel numbers are on file with the Clerk of the Board s Office. (C-43-19-041-M-00)
Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, public safety, property, Treasurer, TREASURER, and clearance

COUNTY OFFICES AND DEPARTMENTS DEPARTAMENTOS Y OFICINAS DEL CONDADO

Emergency Management - Administraci n de Emergencia

Tagged Passions:emergency

22. IGA WITH MARICOPA COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT FOR WEBEOC

Tagged Passions:university

SOFTWARE SUPPORT AND MAINTENANCE

Tagged Passions:information technology and Information Technology

Approve an Intergovernmental Agreement between Maricopa County Community College District and Maricopa County through the Department of Emergency

Management. The purpose of this Intergovernmental Agreement is to assist the Maricopa County Community College District with the development of a comprehensive emergency management District-wide response. This Intergovernmental Agreement is effective from July 1, 2018 until June 30, 2023. (C-15-14-010-3-01)
Tagged Passions:development, emergency, Development, university, and intergovernmental

Finance - Finanzas

Tagged Passions:finance

23. FUNDS TRANSFERS; WARRANTS - TRANSFERENCIAS DE FONDOS; WARRANTS

Tagged Passions:funding and public safety

Approve regular and routine fund transfers, warrant reports 02/22/2019 through 03/07/2019, from the operating funds to clearing funds including

payroll, journal entries, allocations, loans, and paid claims and authorize the issuance of the appropriate related warrants. Pursuant to A.R.S. 11- 217(D) and A.R.S. 11-623, said warrants and claims are on file in the Clerk of the Board s office and retained in accordance with LAPR approved retention schedule. (C-06-19-381-7-00)
Tagged Passions:funding and public safety

Human Resources - Recursos Humanos

Tagged Passions:human resources

24. MARKET RANGES

Tagged Passions:market

Pursuant to A.R.S 11-251 (38) and 251 (51), approve the addition, replacement, and/or deletion of Market Ranges to the authorized comprehensive

listing of employee compensation Market Ranges previously approved by the Board of Supervisors and approve the addition and/or replacement bi- weekly stipends for management/professional assignments (MPA) based upon the employee s full- time equivalent (FTE) status.
Tagged Passions:compensation and market

Range Updates: Inmate Classification Specialist Min 39,000 - Max 66,248 ( 18.75- 31.85) Inmate Classification Supervisor Min 51,168 - Max 74,880 (

24.60- 36.00) (C-31-19-035-6-00)

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Human Services - Servicios Humanos

Tagged Passions:services

25. ACCEPTANCE OF GRANT FUNDS FROM U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, and health

SERVICES FOR HEAD START-EARLY HEAD START PROGRAM

Tagged Passions:preschool, services, program, poverty, and family services

Approve the receipt of reprogrammed, unobligated funds from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)/Administration for Children and

Families (ACF), Office of Head Start (OHS), Grant No. 09CH010385-03-03, from Program Year 01 to Program Year 03. OHS provided a Notice of Award (NOA) for 346,245 for completion of approved program activities for the Maricopa County Head Start program.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, preschool, services, program, poverty, and family services

The grant funds are reoccurring for the project period that began on July 1, 2016 thru June 30, 2021. The budget period for the 346,245 is July 1,

2018 thru Jun 30, 2019.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, and budget

The funds will be utilized for the following activities: Supplies to include outdoor play supplies, classroom furniture, curriculum supplies and IT

supplies Facilities Improvements to multiple program sites
Tagged Passions:funding, sites, program, curriculum, and education

Funding for Grant No. 09CH010385 was competitive and was awarded to Maricopa County in July 2017. The purpose of the grant is for the County to

provide Head Start and Early Head Start program services to children ages 0 to 5, supporting families to promote healthy development and to promote school readiness. On January 2019, the Head Start program submitted to OHS a request to reprogram funds from Program Year 01 to Program Year 03 for the completion of program activities.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, preschool, development, services, program, Development, education, poverty, and family services

The grant requires a 20 non-federal share (NFS) match of the total approved project costs. The total NFS is increased by 86,561 from 3,479,771 to

3,566,332 for the budget period of July 1, 2018 thru June 30, 2019. NFS is generated through in-kind donations of goods and services as well as parent volunteering.
Tagged Passions:grant, budget, donation, Donation, services, and volunteer

Upon approval of receipt of funds, the grant amount for the budget period shall be 14,265,327 and the total amount for the project period shall be

increased to 40,990,589.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, and budget

The Human Services Department FY2019 Indirect cost rate has not been fully negotiated, but the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has

approved the use of the FY2018 indirect cost rate to be used. Therefore, the FY2019 indirect cost rate is 22.9 for salaries and employee related expenses. The total grant funds are 346,245 of which 0 is for salaries and benefits. The total estimated indirect costs are 0.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, and services

Receipt of the grant funds does not require future or ongoing contributions by the County at the end of the project period.

Tagged Passions:funding and grant

The services provided under this grant are not a mandated function but provides a benefit to the citizens by providing eligible children with high

quality care and education by integrating Head Start performance measures. The approved Head Start enrollment is 807 for 3 to 5 year olds and Early Head Start enrollment is 182 for 0 to 3 year olds.
Tagged Passions:grant, preschool, services, performance, education, poverty, family services, and enrollment

Grant revenues are not local revenues for the purpose of the constitutional expenditure limitation. Therefore, expenditure of the revenues is not

prohibited by the budget law. This Agreement does not alter the budget constraining expenditures of local revenues duly adopted by the Board pursuant to A.R.S. 42-17105.
Tagged Passions:grant and budget

The overall budget will be adjusted as necessary to accommodate the grant funding through a future reconciliation. Acceptance of the grant funds will

not impact the County General Fund. Supervisory District: All (C-22-16-011-G-10)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, and budget

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This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change. A FINAL AGENDA will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

26. AGREEMENT WITH A.R.M. OF SAVE THE FAMILY FOUNDATION OF ARIZONA AND THE CITY OF CHANDLER FOR HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM

Tagged Passions:program and investment

Approve and execute a financial Agreement between A.R.M. of Save the Family Foundation of Arizona, a Community Housing Development Organization

(CHDO), the City of Chandler and Maricopa County, administered by its Human Services Department.
Tagged Passions:finance, development, services, Development, and housing

The purpose of the Agreement is for the CHDO to acquire, rehabilitate and rent a single family home to an eligible individual/family in the Chandler

area. The City of Chandler will be responsible for the administration and monitoring Project activities, providing technical assistance to CHDO, serve as lien holder for all real estate developed and submit reports to the County. The County will provide the CHDO with HOME Investment Partnerships Program funds in the amount not to exceed 225,000. The agreement term shall begin on March 27, 2019 and will expire September 30, 2022.
Tagged Passions:funding, program, and investment

Also request approval for the Human Services Department Director to approve and execute changes as listed below: Pursuant to Section II Special

Provisions paragraph V. General Conditions: 4. Change Orders The County may, at any time, by written Change Order/Administrative Change/Addendums executed by the Department Director, make changes within the general scope of this Agreement in any of the following areas of the Work Statement which: a. Do not increase or decrease the amount of total Agreement funding; b. Modify the project timeline as long as the last day of the project timeline is within the end date of the Agreement; or c. Addendums which identify properties to be acquired. d. Modify terms consistent with any change to the Work Statement required by Federal, State, or County regulations ordinances or policies. e. Administrative requirements such as changes in reporting periods, frequency of reports, or report formats required by HUD or local regulations, policies or requirements. It is the responsibility of the CHDO and the Administrator to ensure the latest documents are consulted and followed.
Tagged Passions:funding, regulation, ordinance, services, and administrator

Change Orders/Administrative Changes/Addendums will receive legal review and will be filed with the Clerk of the Board s office upon full execution.

The County shall reimburse the CHDO and the Administrator on a Net 10 payment standard.
Tagged Passions:legal and administrator

This Agreement is funded by a grant from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), (C-22-16-032-G-00). The housing activities meet

all HOME Investment Partnerships Program requirements for the required period of affordability.
Tagged Passions:grant, development, program, Development, investment, and housing

Funding is included in the FY2019 budget and does not impact the General Fund. The Affordable Rental Movement (ARM) branch of Save the Family

provides long-term affordable rental housing for working poor families and individuals. This agreement is subject to A.R.S. 38-511. Supervisory District: 1 (C-22-19-023-3-00)
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, rental, poverty, and housing

27. AMENDMENT TO LEASE AGREEMENT WITH TOWN OF GUADALUPE FOR HEAD START

Tagged Passions:leasing, preschool, poverty, and family services

Approve and execute Amendment No. 6 to Lease Agreement No. L-7309 with the Town of Guadalupe, Lessor, for 2,364 square feet of Head Start classroom

kitchen, and restroom space located at 9401 South Avenida Del Yaqui, Guadalupe, AZ.
Tagged Passions:leasing, preschool, poverty, and family services

This amendment extends the term of the lease for an additional five (5) years to commence June 1, 2019 and expire May 31, 2024. The monthly base rent

remains unchanged at 8.00 per square foot for an annual fee of 18,912.00 plus rental tax. The cost for the janitorial service, for which the County reimburses the Town, will increase from 30.00 to 40.00 per week. Either party may terminate the lease with 120 days prior written notice to the other. Cross-indemnification and counterpart signature language has been added by the amendment. All other terms and conditions remain unchanged. Supervisory District: 5 (C-22-05-126-4-06)
Tagged Passions:leasing, taxes, Taxes, and rental

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This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change. A FINAL AGENDA will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

28. APPLICATION TO U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES FOR EARLY

Tagged Passions:health and services

HEAD START-CHILD CARE PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM GRANT FUNDING FOR FY2020

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, preschool, program, Child Care, poverty, and family services

Request approval for the Maricopa County Head Start program to submit continuation grant fund application to the U.S. Department of Health and Human

(DHHS)/Administration for Children and Families (ACF), Office of Head Start (OHS), for the Grant No. 09HP0004 Child Care Partnership. The Maricopa County Human Services Department administers the Head Start program. The County is a current recipient of the stated grant and the grant application submittal is for fifth (5th) year program, fiscal year 2020 funding, funding opportunity is non-competitive.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, preschool, services, program, Child Care, poverty, and family services

The Grant application is for 2,693,691 and the period of availability for the funds will be July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. The Grant project

period began on January 1, 2015 thru June 30, 2019.
Tagged Passions:funding and grant

In addition, request authorization for the Chairman to sign documents related to this funding application.

Tagged Passions:funding

The purpose of the grant is for the Head Start program to provide oversight of the Child Care Partnerships program in which eligible program

participants ages zero to 3 years old are provided childcare services with integrated Head Start performance measures. Through this grant, 160 infants and toddlers are provided quality learning opportunities through partnerships with Child Care providers.
Tagged Passions:grant, preschool, services, program, performance, Child Care, poverty, and family services

The Grant requires Non-Federal Share (NFS) match of the total approved project cost. The NFS match is estimated to be 673,423, which is obtained

through in-kind donations of services and parent volunteers.
Tagged Passions:grant, donation, Donation, services, and volunteer

The Human Services Department indirect cost rate for FY2020 time-period has not been negotiated with the U.S. Department of Health and Human

Services. The estimated indirect cost rate for this application is calculated at the 22.9 for salaries and employee related expenses. The salaries and employee related costs are 540,712 and the estimated indirect rate costs is 123,823 and fully recoverable. Once awarded the grant funds the indirect cost rate will be adjusted.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, and services

Receipt of the grant funds does not require future or ongoing contributions by the County at the end of the project period.

Tagged Passions:funding and grant

The services provided under this grant are not a mandated function but provides a benefit to the citizens by providing eligible children with quality

childcare services with Head Start performance measures. The Early Head Start Child Care Partnership program grant provides for enrollment for 160 infants and toddlers to receive services.
Tagged Passions:grant, preschool, services, program, performance, Child Care, poverty, family services, and enrollment

This grant funding and any NFS match will not impact the Maricopa County General Funds.

Tagged Passions:funding and grant

Once notified of funding award by DHHS, the Human Services Department will seek acceptance of funds from the Board of Supervisors in a separate

agenda item.
Tagged Passions:funding and services

Grant revenues are not local revenues for the purpose of the constitutional expenditure limitation, and Therefore, expenditure of the revenues is not

prohibited by the budget law. This Agreement does not alter the budget constraining expenditures of local revenues duly adopted by the Board pursuant to A.R.S. 42-17105. The overall budget will be adjusted as necessary to accommodate the grant funding through a future reconciliation.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, and budget

Grant funding application is due on April 1, 2019. Supervisory District: All (C-22-15-036-G-12)

Tagged Passions:funding and grant

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29. APPLICATION TO U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES FOR HEAD START/EARLY HEAD START PROGRAM GRANT FUNDING FOR FY2020

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, preschool, services, program, poverty, and family services

Request approval for the Maricopa County Head Start program to submit continuation grant fund application to the U.S. Department of Health and Human

(DHHS)/Administration for Children and Families (ACF), Office of Head Start (OHS), for the Grant No. 09CH010385. The Maricopa County Human Services Department administers the Head Start program. The County is a current recipient of the stated grant and the grant application submittal is for fourth (4th) year program, fiscal year 2020 funding, funding opportunity is non-competitive.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, preschool, services, program, poverty, and family services

The Grant application is for 14,095,268 and the period of availability for the funds will be July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. The Grant project

period began on July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2021.
Tagged Passions:funding and grant

In addition, request authorization for the Chairman to sign documents related to this funding application.

Tagged Passions:funding

The purpose of the grant is for the County to provide Head Start and Early Head Start program services to children ages zero to 5, supporting

families to promote healthy development and to promote school readiness.
Tagged Passions:grant, preschool, development, services, program, Development, education, poverty, and family services

The Grant requires Non-Federal Share (NFS) match of the total approved project cost. The NFS match is estimated to be 3,523,817, which is obtained

through in-kind donations of services and parent volunteers.
Tagged Passions:grant, donation, Donation, services, and volunteer

The Human Services Department indirect cost rate for FY2020 time-period has not been negotiated with the U.S. Department of Health and Human

Services. The estimated indirect cost rate for this application is calculated at the 22.9 for salaries and employee related expenses. The salaries and employee related costs are 9,391,163 and the estimated in-direct rate costs is 2,150,576 and fully recoverable. Once awarded the grant funds the indirect cost rate will be adjusted.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, and services

Receipt of the grant funds does not require future or ongoing contributions by the County at the end of the project period.

Tagged Passions:funding and grant

The services provided under this grant are not a mandated function but provides a benefit to the citizens by providing eligible children with Head

Start performance measures focused on provided developmental and education opportunities to support school readiness. The approved Head Start enrollment is 807 for 3 to 5 year olds and Early Head Start enrollment is 182 for zero to 3 year olds.
Tagged Passions:grant, preschool, services, performance, education, poverty, family services, and enrollment

This grant funding and any NFS match will not impact the Maricopa County General Funds.

Tagged Passions:funding and grant

Once notified of funding award by DHHS, the Human Services Department will seek acceptance of funds from the Board of Supervisors in a separate

agenda item.
Tagged Passions:funding and services

Grant revenues are not local revenues for the purpose of the constitutional expenditure limitation, and Therefore, expenditure of the revenues is not

prohibited by the budget law. This Agreement does not alter the budget constraining expenditures of local revenues duly adopted by the Board pursuant to A.R.S. 42-17105. The overall budget will be adjusted as necessary to accommodate the grant funding through a future reconciliation.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, and budget

Grant funding application is due on April 1, 2019. Supervisory District: All (C-22-16-011-G-11)

Tagged Passions:funding and grant

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This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change. A FINAL AGENDA will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

30. FAIR HOUSING PROCLAMATION

Tagged Passions:recognition and housing

Approve and proclaim the month of April 2019 Fair Housing Month in Maricopa County, Arizona. All citizens of Maricopa County are encouraged to work

for tolerance and equal opportunity in our own communities.
Tagged Passions:housing

The Civil Rights Act of 1968, the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988, and 24 CFR 5.10(a)2 ensure full and fair access to housing opportunity and

makes it unlawful to discriminate in the sale or rental of housing on the basis of the characteristics as prescribed by the law. The Fair Housing Act covers all real estate related transactions including the sale or rental of housing, insurance, appraisals, lending, redlining, block busting, and, due to the civil rights issues, hate-related crimes. It is also unlawful to retaliate against a person who exercises their rights under the law, or any person who assists them in exercising their rights.
Tagged Passions:sale, insurance, rental, civil rights, crime, and housing

Maricopa County is a recipient of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) grants. HUD program activities are administered by the Human Services

Department Housing and Community Development Division. The standards set forth by HUD (through laws and regulations) state that HUD grantees shall affirmatively further fair housing. Supervisory District: All (C-22-19-024-M-00)
Tagged Passions:grant, regulation, development, services, program, Development, community development, and housing

Medical Examiner - M dico Forense

31. LETTER OF AGREEMENT WITH UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA COLLEGE OF MEDICINE FOR

Tagged Passions:university

MEDICAL RESIDENT PROGRAM

Tagged Passions:program

Approve Program Letter of Agreement between the University of Arizona College of Medicine Phoenix and Maricopa County through the Office of the

Medical Examiner. This agreement is non- financial. It is effective beginning July 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019.
Tagged Passions:finance, program, and university

The Program Letter of Agreement will allow OME to host medical residents for their Forensic Medicine rotation. (C-29-19-003-M-00)

Tagged Passions:program

32. IGA WITH ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY FOR DATA SHARING

Tagged Passions:university

Approve Intergovernmental Agreement between Arizona Board of Regents for and on behalf of Arizona State University and Maricopa County through the

Office of the Medical Examiner. This agreement is non-financial. It is effective when signed by the Board of Supervisors and expires five years later.
Tagged Passions:finance, university, and intergovernmental

The IGA allows MCOME to share information with ASU for purposes of contributing to understanding risk factors for intimate partner violence.

(C-29-19-002-M-00)
Tagged Passions:risk

33. BUDGET APPROPRIATION ADJUSTMENT

Tagged Passions:funding and budget

In accordance with A.R.S. 42-17106(B), approve the following budget appropriation adjustments:

Tagged Passions:funding and budget

1.Decrease Medical Examiner (D290) General Fund (100) Laboratory Information Management System (LIM1) by 180,000.

2.Increase Medical Examiner (D290) General Fund (100) Non Recurring Non Project (NRNP) by 180,000.

These adjustments will result in a county-wide net financial impact of zero. (C-29-19-004-2-00)

Tagged Passions:finance

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This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change. A FINAL AGENDA will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

Parks and Recreation - Parques y Recreaci n

Tagged Passions:parks and recreation

34. LEASE WITH THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR BUREAU OF LAND

Tagged Passions:leasing

MANAGEMENT FOR VULTURE MOUNTAIN RECREATION AREA

Tagged Passions:parks and recreation

Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute a Recreation and Public Purposes Lease between the United States Department of the Interior Bureau of

Land Management (BLM) and Maricopa County (County) for three parcels of land on which the County plans to develop recreational facilities for the Vulture Mountain Recreation Area (VMRA).
Tagged Passions:leasing, parks, property, and recreation

The land within the VMRA is owned by the BLM. The VMRA is located in northwest Maricopa County near Wickenburg and encompasses 70,738 acres (nearly

100 square miles). The County, acting on behalf of its Parks and Recreation Department (MCPRD), wishes to lease three parcels totaling 1,046 acres to be used for the development of park facilities that will enhance recreation opportunities and serve as a gateway for the larger recreation area. The facilities on the leased land will be managed exclusively by MCPRD and the larger recreation area will be jointly managed by MCPRD and BLM through a cooperative management agreement.
Tagged Passions:leasing, development, parks, Development, property, gateway, and recreation

The land will be leased to the County at no cost for an initial term of 25 years and upon the expiration of the initial term, the BLM, in its sole

discretion, will determine if the lease may be renewed and under what terms. This item is located in Supervisory District 5. (C-30-12-025-M-01)
Tagged Passions:leasing

Procurement Services - Servicios de Adquisiciones

Tagged Passions:services and purchasing

35. CONSOLIDATED JUSTICE COURTS (190015-ROQ)

Tagged Passions:legal and court

Approve Change Order 2 for the Southeast Consolidated Justice Courts project with Gould Evans Architects in the amount of 3,138,562 increasing the

contract value from 258,118.00 to 3,396,680 for additional professional services for this project. Change Order 2 includes services for Schematic Design, Design Development, Construction Documents, Construction Administration, Additional Services, plus a reimbursable Expense Allowance. (C-73-19-025-5-00)
Tagged Passions:construction, legal, development, contract, services, Development, and court

36. MOU FOR ELEVATOR AND ESCALATOR MAINTENANCE, REPAIR, MODERNIZATION NEW

CONSTRUCTION

Tagged Passions:construction

Authorize a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) as negotiated and to be executed by the Chief Procurement Officer with KONE, Inc., for a term of Five

(5) years and Eight (8) months from April 1, 2019 to November 30, 2024 in the amount of 8,000,000.00 that incorporates specific Maricopa County terms and service requirements. This MOU will provide for various maintenance, repair, modernization and new construction products and services for County elevators and escalators. The MOU will save the County approximately 350,000.00 through the initial term. (C-73-19-026-3-00)
Tagged Passions:construction, services, and purchasing

37. FACILITIES MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT PARKING LOT C 4028-18-0382 (190067-DBB)

Tagged Passions:parking

Approve a Contract with Lincoln Constructors, Inc., DBA LCI AZ, in the amount of 1,323,023. The purpose of the contract is to provide construction

services for an existing and new parking lot for the Facilities Management Department. The project consists of approximately 92,082 square feet and is located on the southwest corner of the intersection of Jefferson Street and 5th Avenue. (C-73-19-023-5-01)
Tagged Passions:construction, streets, contract, services, and parking

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This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change. A FINAL AGENDA will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

Public Health - Salud P blica

Tagged Passions:health

38. STUDENT ROTATION TRAINING AGREEMENT WITH NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY

Tagged Passions:training, university, and Immigration

Approve a retro-active Student Rotation Training Agreement with New Mexico State University to allow students to participate in learning experiences

at the Maricopa County Department of Public Health. The agreement is non-financial, and the term is to be retro-active from February 1, 2019 through June 30, 2023.
Tagged Passions:health, finance, training, university, Immigration, and students

The agreement would allow students from NMSU to complete unpaid educational rotations with the Epidemiology program and other programs, and to

sustain a working partnership with MCDPH. (C-86-19-040-3-00)
Tagged Passions:program and students

39. LICENSE AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF AVONDALE

Tagged Passions:license

Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute License Agreement P-50323 with the City of Avondale (the Agreement ) for Maricopa County ( County )

Public Health Department ( PHS ) use of the Care1st Avondale Resource and Housing Center at 328 W. Western Avenue, Avondale, AZ 85323.
Tagged Passions:health, license, and housing

The Agreement will allow PHS First Teeth First program work space to enhance the oral health status of children birth through age 5 and expectant

mothers by providing basic oral health screenings, education and fluoride varnish. The vision is to reduce the prevalence of early childhood tooth decay and the associated risks for pain and infections that can lead to lifelong complications to health and well-being. The Agreement will commence upon execution by all parties and continue until terminated via 30-day written notice from either party to the other. There is no cost to the County or to presenting clientele. (C-86-19-042-L-00)
Tagged Passions:health, strategic, risk, program, and education

Real Estate - Bienes Ra ces

40. IGA WITH GILA COUNTY

Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute, Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) G-30211 with Gila County to allow Gila County to install, operate,

and maintain Gila County-owned communications equipment on the Maricopa County owned tower at Mt. Ord. This item is located in Gila County and adjacent to Supervisory District Two.
Tagged Passions:equipment, cell tower, Cell tower, communications, Communications, and intergovernmental

Maricopa County owns a communication tower that was built atop Mt. Ord in accordance with a Communications Use Lease from the United States Forest

Service (USFS). Gila County owns, operates, and maintains a communication facility adjacent to the County s site at Mt. Ord. This IGA will allow Gila County, at its sole cost and expense, to install, operate, and maintain Gila County- owned communication equipment (if space is available) on Maricopa County s tower to increase the public safety benefit to Gila County.
Tagged Passions:equipment, facility, leasing, public safety, cell tower, Cell tower, communications, and Communications

The term of the IGA is ten (10) years and it can be renewed for up to three (3) periods of five (5) years each upon mutual agreement. In

consideration of the increased public safety benefit provided by this co-location, Gila County s use of the space on Maricopa County s tower is free of charge. The IGA may be terminated: (1) at the end of any fiscal year due to non-appropriation of funds without any penalty; (2) by written notice for cause or for no cause at least twelve (12) months prior to the effective date of such termination; or (3) for either party s failure to cure a default as specified in the IGA. (C-78-19-011-3-00)
Tagged Passions:funding, public safety, cell tower, Cell tower, and penalty

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This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change. A FINAL AGENDA will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

41. COMMUNICATIONS LICENSE AGREEMENT WITH VERIZON WIRELESS

Tagged Passions:Telecommunications, telecommunications, communications, license, Communications, wireless, and Wireless

Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute, Communication License Agreement P-50319 with Verizon Wireless to allow Verizon Wireless to install,

operate, and maintain communications equipment on Maricopa County property identified as APN 112-22-08A (225 Madison) and APN 112-22-973 (South Court Tower). This item is located Supervisory District 5.
Tagged Passions:equipment, legal, Telecommunications, cell tower, Cell tower, telecommunications, communications, property, license, Communications, wireless, Wireless, and court

This license will allow Verizon Wireless, at its sole cost and expense, to install, operate, and maintain communication equipment on Maricopa County

property to increase cell phone reception within the area.
Tagged Passions:equipment, Telecommunications, telecommunications, communications, property, license, Communications, wireless, and Wireless

The term of the agreement is ten (10) years which commences on April 1, 2019 or the date the County provides Verizon with a notice that they can

install their improvements, whichever comes first. The annual license fee for years 1 through 5 will be 3,850 and increases to 4,400 for years 6 through 10. Verizon will also be paying a one-time fee of 6,000 for the County to purchase and install another camera that will surveil the area between Verizon s equipment cabinet and the County s sky bridge. The license may be terminated: (1) pursuant to A.R.S. 38-511; (2) for any reason or no reason without liability of any kind upon giving 30 days written notice; (3) at any time by mutual written agreement; (4) by county at the end of any fiscal year due to non-appropriation of funds. (C-78-19-013-3-00)
Tagged Passions:funding, equipment, Telecommunications, purchasing, telecommunications, and license

42. SALT RIVER PROJECT AGRICULTURAL IMPROVEMENT AND POWER DISTRICT GRANT OF

Tagged Passions:grant, agriculture, and watershed

POWER DISTRIBUTION EASEMENT

Tagged Passions:easement

Approve the granting of a non-exclusive power distribution easement, without a public auction pursuant to A.R.S. 11-251 (9), to Salt River Project

Agricultural Improvement and Power District (SRP), and its successors and assigns, in, upon, over, under, through and across the County s property identified as McDowell Mountain Regional Park (APN 217-45-005D); and AUTHORIZE the Chairman of the Board to execute all necessary documents approved by Counsel to grant such easement. This item is located in Supervisorial District 2.
Tagged Passions:grant, agriculture, auction, watershed, parks, property, and easement

THIS ITEM REQUIRES THE UNANIMOUS CONSENT OF THE BOARD.

This easement is necessary to provide electric service for McDowell Mountain Regional Park and will grant SRP the right to construct, reconstruct,

replace, repair, operate, and maintain electrical lines for the transmission and distribution of electricity (and for all other purposes connected therewith). This easement is in accordance with the Maricopa County Park Land Disposal Policy and Procedure (Policy A2610), Section II, C. 2, amended and approved by the Board of Supervisors on October 10, 2018 (C-30-19-006-6-00). (C-78-19-012-3-00)
Tagged Passions:grant, procedure, electric, parks, policy, and easement

Transportation - Transportaci n

Tagged Passions:transportation

43. IGA WITH CITY OF CHANDLER FOR RIGHT OF WAY ASSISTANCE AND IMPROVEMENTS TO

OCOTILLO ROAD

Tagged Passions:streets

Approve the Intergovernmental Agreement between Maricopa County and City of Chandler for right- of-way acquisitions, design and construction of

Ocotillo Road from Gilbert Road to 148th Street.
Tagged Passions:construction, streets, and intergovernmental

Under this Intergovernmental Agreement, Maricopa County (County) and City of Chandler (City) will widen Ocotillo Road to four lanes with raised

landscape medians, curb, gutter, sidewalk, drainage improvements and install a traffic signal.
Tagged Passions:streets, buildings and grounds, intergovernmental, Pedestrian, traffic, and stormwater

The County will assist the City in acquiring right-of-way and pay a portion of the design and construction of Ocotillo Road to the City. The County s

design and construction cost share contribution is 368,861. Funds will be budgeted in FY2021 Transportation Department (640)
Tagged Passions:funding, construction, streets, budget, and transportation

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This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change. A FINAL AGENDA will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

Transportation Capital Project Fund (234) Transportation System Management Project, sub-project TT0627.

Tagged Passions:capital spending, Capital Spending, and transportation

The City will lead the project and be responsible for the remaining cost of the Project. The City will begin the annexation of the unincorporated

areas upon execution of this Agreement. The City will be responsible for the maintenance and operations of Ocotillo Road from Gilbert Road to 148th Street when the project is complete.
Tagged Passions:streets and annexation

The terms of the agreement are in effect as of Board of Supervisors approval and shall remain in full force and effect until all stipulations have

been satisfied, except that it may be amended upon written agreement by both parties. Supervisory District No. 1 (C-64-19-144-M-00)

44. IGA WITH CITY OF CHANDLER FOR RIGHT OF WAY ASSISTANCE AND IMPROVEMENTS TO

CHANDLER HEIGHTS ROAD

Tagged Passions:streets

Approve the Intergovernmental Agreement between Maricopa County and City of Chandler for right- of-way acquisitions, design and construction of

Chandler Heights Road from McQueen Road to Val Vista Drive.
Tagged Passions:construction, streets, and intergovernmental

Under this Intergovernmental Agreement, Maricopa County (County) and City of Chandler (City) will widen Chandler Heights Road to four lanes with

raised landscape medians, curb, gutter, sidewalk, drainage improvements and install a traffic signal.
Tagged Passions:streets, buildings and grounds, intergovernmental, Pedestrian, traffic, and stormwater

The County will assist the City in acquiring right-of-way and pay a portion of the design and construction of Chandler Heights Road to the City. The

County s design and construction cost share contribution is 3,552,570. Funds will be budgeted in FY2024 Transportation Department (640) Transportation Capital Project Fund (234) Transportation System Management Project, sub-project TT0628.
Tagged Passions:funding, construction, streets, budget, capital spending, Capital Spending, and transportation

The City will lead the project and be responsible for the remaining cost of the Project. The City will begin the annexation of the unincorporated

areas upon execution of this Agreement. The City will be responsible for the maintenance and operations of Chandler Heights Road from McQueen Road to Val Vista Drive when the project is complete.
Tagged Passions:streets and annexation

The terms of the agreement are in effect as of Board of Supervisors approval and shall remain in full force and effect until all stipulations have

been satisfied, except that it may be amended upon written agreement by both parties. Supervisory District No. 1 (C-64-19-145-M-00)

45. IGA WITH THE TOWN OF GILBERT FOR THE EXCHANGE OF SERVICES (ENTENTE)

Tagged Passions:services

Approve the Intergovernmental Agreement between Maricopa County and the Town of Gilbert for the exchange of services or reimbursement of services

(Entente). Either party may terminate this Agreement at any time prior to the expiration date of this Agreement by furnishing the other party with a thirty (30) day written notice. The purpose of this Intergovernmental Agreement is to identify and define both Parties respective roles in the execution of the responsibilities of specific maintenance tasks in areas that cross jurisdictional boundaries.
Tagged Passions:services and intergovernmental

The Agreement provides the opportunity to focus on specific maintenance tasks or emergency highway projects and the availability of the most

economical resources by extending beyond jurisdictional or geographical boundaries. The application of the Agreement will benefit areas in the County and the Town where certain types of routine maintenance or emergency highway project activities could be completed by the other party based on scheduled work within the area. Individual tasks performed by either party will be executed upon completion of a Letter of Agreement (LOA) approved and signed by the County Department of Transportation Director and the Town Manager, or their designees.
Tagged Passions:transportation, emergency, and manager

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This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change. A FINAL AGENDA will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

If the value of goods or services exchanged by the Parties is not of equal value, the total aggregate reimbursement to the respective Party will not

exceed 250,000 per fiscal year. If no services are exchanged, there is no financial impact. An accounting mechanism will be utilized to track each LOA, as applicable, to identify specific tasks and services and to ensure the exchange of these services is of similar value. Supervisory District No. 1 and 2 (C-64-19-146-M-00)
Tagged Passions:finance and services

46. IGA FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO PARCEL 503-53-018C FOR MCMICKEN DAM OUTLET

Tagged Passions:property

CHANNEL PHASE 1 PROJECT

Approve an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between Maricopa County Department of Transportation (County) and the Flood Control District of Maricopa

County (District) to bring McMicken Dam Outlet Channel Phase 1 (Channel Project]) fill dirt to County Parcel 503-53-018C to level a depressed area on the parcel up to adjacent grades. This IGA is a no-cost IGA, and defines responsibilities for the District to take fill dirt from the District s Channel Project to the County s Fill Project.
Tagged Passions:transportation, flooding, property, and intergovernmental

The purpose of this IGA is to identify and define the responsibilities of the County and District with respect to Fill Project. The IGA shall become

effective the date it is approved by both the County Board of Supervisors and the District s Board of Directors, and remain in full force and effect until all stipulations are met or the sooner of ten (10) years from the effective date OR should the IGA be terminated.

The Channel Project is part of the District s McMicken Dam Rehabilitation Project, and consists of replacing an existing levee with a below-grade

earthen channel. The Channel Project will excavate the base channel and move dirt on-site to landscape mounds and also to the County s Fill Project. This is advantageous to the District, because no fill material will need to be hauled off-site, and advantageous to the County, because the fill material will be at no cost. This Agenda Item impacts Supervisorial District 4. (C-64-19-149-M-00)
Tagged Passions:buildings and grounds

47. TRAFFIC SIGNAL INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE EASEMENT

Tagged Passions:traffic and easement

Approve and execute a Traffic Signal Installation and Maintenance Easement (TSIME) with Banner Health, LLC, an Arizona non-profit corporation, Sun

Health Properties, Inc., and HTC-SC Boswell West, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company located at Thunderbird Boulevard 105th Avenue.
Tagged Passions:health, streets, HTC, traffic, and easement

The easement will allow the Maricopa County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) to perform all future operations and maintenance of the signal and

apprudences to the signal that are currently located outside of County right of way. Supervisory District No. 4 (C-64-19-151-M-00)
Tagged Passions:transportation and easement

48. RENEWAL OF RIGHT- OF- WAY GRANT WITH BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT (BLM)

Tagged Passions:grant

Approve the Right of Way Grant/Temporary Use Permits with the BLM as interim until the formal Grant document is prepared and provided by BLM.

Supervisory District No. 4 5
Tagged Passions:grant

These are renewals of:

- Whispering Ranch Road ROW, serial number AZA-27761 for an additional 30 years terminating on December 31, 2048.

Tagged Passions:streets

- Eagle Eye Road ROW, serial number AZA-24094 for an additional 30 years terminating on December 31, 2048. (C-64-19-150-M-00)

Tagged Passions:streets

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This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change. A FINAL AGENDA will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

49. NEW TRAFFIC CONTROLS ON 335TH AVE

Tagged Passions:traffic

Approve new traffic controls (Stop Signs) on unincorporated right-of-way at the following location:

Tagged Passions:traffic

1. All Traffic to stop before entering or crossing a THROUGH STREET within the prescribed limits of: 355th Ave from 100 feet south of Dobbins Road to

100 feet north of Narramore Rd.
Tagged Passions:streets and traffic

This traffic control change is the result of an engineering study being conducted to identify locations warranting the installation of Stop Signs on

county roadways. Supervisory District No. 4 (C-64-19-158-M-00)
Tagged Passions:public safety and traffic

50. NEW TRAFFIC CONTROLS ON NEW RIVER ROAD

Tagged Passions:streets, watershed, and traffic

Approve new traffic controls (No Stopping, Standing, Parking Any Time) on unincorporated right-of- way at the following locations:

Tagged Passions:traffic and parking

1. A No Stopping, Standing, Parking Any Time Zone on Interstate 17 Frontage Road from 145 feet south of New River Road north to New River Road (east

side only).
Tagged Passions:streets, zoning, transportation, watershed, and parking

2. A No Stopping, Standing, Parking Any Time Zone on New River Road from Interstate 17 Frontage Road to 130 feet east of Interstate 17 Frontage Road

(south side only).
Tagged Passions:streets, zoning, transportation, watershed, and parking

These traffic control changes are the result of a Traffic Engineering Study conducted at the request of the New River Desert Hills Community

Association. Vehicles are parking in the road/shoulder areas to look at vehicles that are for sale on the southwest corner of this intersection. In the interest of public safety these signs are warranted. Supervisory District No. 3 (C-64-19-156-M-00)
Tagged Passions:streets, sale, public safety, watershed, traffic, and parking

51. NEW TRAFFIC CONTROLS ON GRANDVIEW DRIVE

Tagged Passions:traffic

Approve new traffic controls (Stop Signs) on unincorporated right-of-way at the following location:

Tagged Passions:traffic

1. A ONE-WAY STOP on Grandview Drive at Summerstar Drive for southbound traffic.

Tagged Passions:traffic

This traffic control change is the result of an engineering study being conducted to identify locations warranting the installation of Stop Signs on

county roadways. Supervisory District No. 4 (C-64-19-154-M-00)
Tagged Passions:public safety and traffic

52. NEW TRAFFIC CONTROLS ON BOISE STREET

Tagged Passions:streets and traffic

Approve new traffic controls (Stop Signs) on unincorporated right-of-way at the following location:

Tagged Passions:traffic

1. A ONE-WAY STOP on Boise Street at Boston Street for westbound traffic.

Tagged Passions:streets and traffic

This traffic control change is the result of an engineering study being conducted to identify locations warranting the installation of Stop Signs on

county roadways. Supervisory District No. 2 (C-64-19-153-M-00)
Tagged Passions:public safety and traffic

53. CHANGE IN TRAFFIC CONTROLS AT BUSH HIGHWAY

Tagged Passions:traffic

Approve a change in traffic controls (All Way Stop) on unincorporated right-of-way at the following location:

Tagged Passions:traffic

1. An All Way Stop (from a One-Way southbound Stop) at Bush Highway and Coon Bluff Road.

Tagged Passions:streets

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This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change. A FINAL AGENDA will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

This traffic control change is the result of a Traffic Engineering safety study conducted by MCDOT at the request of the Salt River Wild Horse

Management Group. After evaluating current traffic volumes, accident records and sight distance it was determined that warrants were met for a multi- way stop. Supervisory District No. 2 (C-64-19-155-M-00)
Tagged Passions:pets, public safety, watershed, and traffic

54. CHANGE IN TRAFFIC CONTROLS ON SAINT JOHNS ROAD

Tagged Passions:streets and traffic

Approve a change in traffic controls (Speed Limits) on unincorporated right-of-way at the following locations:

Tagged Passions:traffic

1. A 35 MPH SPEED LIMIT ZONE (from a 45 MPH SPEED LIMIT ZONE) on Saint Johns Road from 1.50 miles west of 51st Avenue to 1.25 miles west of 51st

Avenue. (This rescinds the 45 MPH speed limit zone dated March 12, 2008).
Tagged Passions:streets

2. A 45 MPH SPEED LIMIT ZONE (from a 50 MPH SPEED LIMIT ZONE) on Saint Johns Road from Ray Road to 1.50 miles west of 51st Avenue. (This rescinds the

50 MPH speed limit zone dated November 12, 1974).
Tagged Passions:streets

3. A 45 MPH SPEED LIMIT ZONE (from a 50 MPH SPEED LIMIT ZONE) on Ray Road from 67th Avenue to Saint Johns Road. (This rescinds the 50 MPH speed limit

zone dated November 12, 1974).
Tagged Passions:streets

4. A 45 MPH SPEED LIMIT ZONE (from a 50 MPH SPEED LIMIT ZONE) on 67th Avenue from Ray Road to Estrella Drive. (This rescinds the 50 MPH speed limit

zone dated November 12, 1974).
Tagged Passions:streets

This traffic control change is the result of an engineering study conducted by MCDOT at the request of the Gila River Indian Community s Council,

Transportation and Police Departments to lower the posted speed limit on roadways in their community. Supervisory District No. 5 (C-64-19-152-M-00)
Tagged Passions:council, public safety, transportation, watershed, and traffic

55. CHANGE IN TRAFFIC CONTROLS AT FREEDOM WAY

Tagged Passions:traffic

Approve a change in traffic controls (All Way Stop) on unincorporated right-of-way at the following location:

Tagged Passions:traffic

1. An All Way Stop (from a One-Way eastbound Stop) at Freedom Way and Whitman Drive

This traffic control change is the result of a Traffic Engineering safety study conducted by MCDOT at the request of the parents of the children that

attend Anthem Elementary School. After evaluating current traffic volumes, accident records and sight distance it was determined that warrants were met for a multi-way stop. Supervisory District No. 3 (C-64-19-157-M-00)
Tagged Passions:public safety, education, traffic, and parents

56. EASEMENT, RIGHT-OF-WAY, AND RELOCATION ASSISTANCE DOCUMENTS

Tagged Passions:easement

Approve easements, right-of-way documents, and relocation assistance for highway and public purposes as authorized by road file resolutions or

previous Board of Supervisors action.
Tagged Passions:streets and easement

A. D23444 (JR)

Project : TT0561 Olive Avenue (SR 303 to Sarival Avenue) Assessor s Parcel : 501-05-001C and 501-48-004W Special Warranty Deed Northern Parkway

Investors, LLC for the sum of 1,026,494.00.
Tagged Passions:property

B. D23444 (JR)

Project : TT0561 Olive Avenue (SR 303 to Sarival Avenue) Assessor s Parcel : 501-05-001C and 501-48-004W Purchase Agreement Northern Parkway

Investors, LLC
Tagged Passions:purchasing and property

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, March 27, 2019

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This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change. A FINAL AGENDA will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

C. D23444-1 (JR)

Project : TT0561 Olive Avenue (SR 303 to Sarival) Assessor s Parcel : 501-05-001C and 501-48-004W Temporary Construction Easement Agreement Northern

Parkway Investors, LLC for the sum of 21,444.00.
Tagged Passions:construction, property, and easement

D. D23507 (JR)

Project : TT0561 Olive Avenue (SR 303 to Sarival) Assessor s Parcel : 501-05-007D Warranty Deed Maricopa County Municipal Water Conservation District

Number One for the sum of 34,600.00.
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, Conservation, and property

E. D23507 (JR)

Project : TT0561 Olive Avenue (SR 303 to Sarival) Assessor s Parcel : 501-05-007D Purchase Agreement Maricopa County Municipal Water Conservation

District Number One
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, Conservation, purchasing, and property

(C-06-19-394-7-00)

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS - JUNTA DE SUPERVISORES

Board of Supervisors - Junta de Supervisores

57. REAPPOINTMENTS TO THE MARICOPA COUNTY BUILDING CODE ADVISORY BOARD

Tagged Passions:building codes

Approve the reappointments of Gabriel Millican, representing the Licensed Engineer position and Vince Territo, representing the Licensed Architect

position to the Building Code Advisory Board. The term of the reappointments will be effective March 31, 2019 through March 30, 2023. (C-06-19-387-7-00)
Tagged Passions:license and building codes

SETTING OF HEARINGS - CONFIGURACI N DE AUDIENCIAS

Tagged Passions:hearing

All hearings will be held at 9:30 am, 205 W. Jefferson, Phoenix, unless otherwise noted Todas las audiciones ser tenidas a las 9:30 de la Ma ana, 205

W. Jefferson, Phoenix, amenos que de otromodo notado
Tagged Passions:hearing

Clerk of the Board - Secretaria de la Junta

58. SETTING OF HEARING FOR THE PROPOSED EVERGREEN IRRIGATION WATER DELIVERY

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, and hearing

DISTRICT IMPACT STATEMENT

1. Pursuant to A.R.S. 48-261 and 48-263, set a hearing date to receive the impact statement for the proposed Evergreen Irrigation Water Delivery

District. The hearing date is set for Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at 9:30 a.m., 205 W. Jefferson, Phoenix, AZ 85003.
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, and hearing

2. Pursuant to A.R.S. 48-261(C), approve a bond in the amount of 250 to be filed with the Board by the persons proposing the district to cover cost

incurred by the County if the district is not organized.
Tagged Passions:bond

The Clerk of the Board of Supervisors shall post a notice of the hearing in at least three conspicuous public places in the area of the proposed

district and shall publish a notice twice in a daily newspaper at least ten days before the hearing. A notice of hearing will be sent to each property owner within the proposed district boundaries.
Tagged Passions:property and hearing

At the hearing on April 24, 2019, the Board will hear those who appear for and against the proposed district and shall determine whether the district

will promote public health, comfort, convenience, necessity, or welfare. If the Board of Supervisors determines that the public health, comfort, convenience, necessity, or welfare will be promoted, it shall approve the impact statement and
Tagged Passions:health and hearing

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Page 28 of 34

This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change. A FINAL AGENDA will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

authorize the persons proposing the district to circulate petitions within the following proposed boundaries of the district:

The West Half of the East Half of the Southwest Quarter, of Section 15, Township 1 North, Range 5 East, of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian

according to the Plat of Record in the Office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona; EXCEPT the South 758.30 Feet of the East 223.40 Feet thereof.
Tagged Passions:zoning and watershed

TOGETHER WITH The West 115 Feet of the East Half of the East Half of the Southwest Quarter, of Section 15, Township 1 North, Range 5 East, of the

Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian according to the Plat of Record in the Office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona; EXCEPT the South 758.30 Feet thereof; and Except the North 688.12 Feet Thereof;
Tagged Passions:zoning and watershed

TOGETHER WITH Lot 1, of BEVILLE VILLA, a Subdivision of the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 15, Township 1 North, Range 5 East,

of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian according to the Plat of Record in the Office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona, Recorded in Book 88 of Maps, Page 40. (Supervisorial District 2) (C-06-19-367-M-00)
Tagged Passions:zoning, subdivision, and watershed

Planning and Development - Planificaci n y Desarrollo

Tagged Passions:planning, development, and Development

59. PLANNING ZONING SETTING OF HEARINGS

Tagged Passions:planning, zoning, and hearing

Schedule the following items for public hearing at the April 10, 2019 Board Meeting: Z2018074 Horns and Hooves Roping Arena SUP Dist. 4 DMP2018010

Windrose DMP Amendment Dist. 4 Z2018101 Windrose Zone Change with Overlay Dist. 4 CPA2018009 Northern Farms CPA Dist. 4 Z2018116 Northern Farms ZC with Overlay Dist. 4 Z2019004 Luke Landing Mod of Conditions Dist. 4 Z2018108 Hawkeye RV Storage SUP Dist. 3 (C-44-19-094-M-00)
Tagged Passions:agriculture and hearing

Transportation Transportaci n

Tagged Passions:transportation

60. ROAD FILE NO. 5932

Tagged Passions:streets

Set a hearing for April 24, 2019 for Road File No. 5932 to Open and Declare the following described alignments into the County Transportation System.

Tagged Passions:streets, transportation, and hearing

In accordance with A.R.S. Titles 28-6701, 6705(A) and 11-822(C), it is recommended by the Department of Transportation Director, that the Board of

Supervisors Open and Declare the following described alignments into the County Transportation System: Road File No. 5932.
Tagged Passions:streets and transportation

Legal description identified as Exhibit A , is attached.

Tagged Passions:legal

(General Vicinity: University Drive and 64th Street. Supervisor District No. 2) (C-64-19-147-M-00)

Tagged Passions:streets and university

61. PATENT EASEMENT ABANDONMENT: ROAD FILE NO. PAB-0085

Tagged Passions:streets and easement

Set a hearing for May 22, 2019 for Road File No. PAB-0085 to consider the request to abandon a portion of a Federal Patent Easement Number 1148893

lying in the Southwest, quarter of Section 6 T4N, R3E of the Gila and Salt River Meridian, Maricopa County, Arizona. General vicinity of 15th Avenue and Parsons Road, and known as Assessor Parcel 210-10-002B. Notice conditions and the request for comment requirements have been met.
Tagged Passions:streets, watershed, property, hearing, and easement

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, March 27, 2019

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This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change. A FINAL AGENDA will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

Pursuant to provisions in A.R.S. 11-251.16, Maricopa County Ordinance No. P-34 and Maricopa County Department of Transportation Procedure P5203, a

NOTICE of the hearing by certified mail shall be sent to the applicant and all abutting property owners no less than 60 days prior to the hearing date. Therefore the date set for the hearing shall be the first board meeting no less than 60 days from the date the Board sets the hearing. In addition, a notice shall be posted in the area of the proposed abandonment no less than 60 days prior to the hearing date. Supervisory District No. 3 (C-64-19-148-M-00)
Tagged Passions:ordinance, transportation, procedure, property, and hearing

CONSENT AGENDA - AGENDA DE CONSIENTA

Clerk of the Board - Secretaria de la Junta

62. CIVIL PENALTY APPEALS

Tagged Passions:penalty

Approve the waiver of the civil penalty assessment applied pursuant to A.R.S. 42-12052 on the attached list of parcels for the 2018 Tax year. The

notices required before such penalty may be enforced under that statute were returned by USPS as undeliverable, depriving property owners of the required notice of classification change and right to appeal.
Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, property, and penalty

1. Approve property owners' appeals of a civil penalty assessment, and direct the Assessor to waive the civil penalty. 2. Approve the related

resolutions associated with waiving the civil penalty. 3. Direct the Treasurer to make conforming corrections to the property owners tax bills and send notifications of the change in tax liability.
Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, property, Treasurer, TREASURER, penalty, and jail

List of recommended parcels is attached and will be on file in the Clerk of the Board's Office in accordance with LAPR approved retention schedule.

(C-06-19-388-7-00)
Tagged Passions:property

63. PROPERTY RE-CLASSIFICATION APPEALS - FOR APPROVAL

Tagged Passions:property

Pursuant to A.R.S. 42-12052, approve the property owners' appeal to re-classify properties, which have satisfied the requirements of occupancy

status, and re-classify the properties to class three properties (owner occupied). Direct the County Assessor to re-classify the properties to class three (owner occupied), pursuant to A.R.S. 42-12003. List kept on file in the Clerk of the Board s Office in accordance with LAPR retention guidelines. (C-06-19-359-7-00)
Tagged Passions:property

64. PROPERTY VALUATION NOTICES

Tagged Passions:property

In accordance with A.R.S. 42-15101, accept the letter certifying that the Maricopa County Assessor's Office completed the mailing of approximately

1.58 million 2020 Property Valuation Notices on February 22, 2019. Letter is on file in the Clerk of the Board's Office and retained in accordance with LAPR approved retention schedule. (C-06-19-363-7-00)
Tagged Passions:property

65. DONATIONS

Tagged Passions:donation and Donation

In accordance with County Policy A2508, accept the monthly donation report received from Parks and Recreation for February 2019, for a Cash Value of

176.91. (C-06-19-364-7-00)
Tagged Passions:donation, Donation, parks, policy, and recreation

66. DUPLICATE WARRANTS

Tagged Passions:public safety

Pursuant to A.R.S 11-632, approve and ratify the issuance of duplicate warrants to replace county warrants and school warrants which were either lost

or stolen. Necessary affidavits have been filed with the Board.
Tagged Passions:public safety and education

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, March 27, 2019

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This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change. A FINAL AGENDA will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

Name Warrant No Amount Dept/School

Tagged Passions:public safety and education

Stacey Hernandez 3700098981 2,137.81 Tolleson Elementary

Tagged Passions:education

KMC Booster Club 3700058331 225.00 Agua Fria Union

Tagged Passions:union

Geneva L. Vinciguerra 22639587 1,041.50 Justice Courts

Tagged Passions:legal and court

Daren K Frank 2300632 16,127.44 Human Resources

Tagged Passions:human resources

Jerry Allen Broadbent 22620222 211.75 Elections

Tagged Passions:voting and election

Gerardo Palomino 3700147051 345.20 Tolleson Union (C-06-19-377-7-00)

Tagged Passions:union

67. STALE DATED WARRANTS

Tagged Passions:public safety

Pursuant to A.R.S. 11-644 the Board of Supervisors finds that claims presented, are legitimate and that claimants have demonstrated good and

sufficient reason for failure to present the original check or warrant within the allotted time. Accordingly, the claims are allowed.
Tagged Passions:public safety

Name Warrant No Amount Department Valley Schools Employee Benefits

Tagged Passions:public safety and education

Trust 480052320 16,736.85 Littleton Elementary

Tagged Passions:education

LISERVIS, LLC 860681 1,641.15 Treasurer

Tagged Passions:Treasurer and TREASURER

Calvin Eastley 380000029 145.00 County Attorney

Tagged Passions:legal

Calvin Eastley 380008107 65.00 County Attorney (C-06-19-376-7-00)

Tagged Passions:legal

68. HEAD START MONTHLY REPORT

Tagged Passions:preschool, poverty, and family services

Receive the Head Start report for January 2019 submitted by the Human Services Department.

Tagged Passions:preschool, services, poverty, and family services

Report includes information on:

Program Enrollment Number of Children served with Disabilities Program eligible children on waitlist Funding Amount and Expenditures Meals served

Parent education Volunteer hours (C-06-19-365-7-00)
Tagged Passions:funding, program, education, volunteer, and enrollment

69. PRECINCT COMMITTEEMEN

Pursuant to A.R.S. 16-821, authorize the appointment and cancellation of appointment of Precinct Committeemen. List is on file in the Clerk of the

Board s Office and retained in accordance with ASLAPR approved retention schedule. (C-06-19-396-7-00)
Tagged Passions:appointments

70. SECURED/UNSECURED TAX ROLL CORRECTIONS

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, and jail

Pursuant to A.R.S. 42-15155, 16002, 16215, 16258, and 19118, approve requests from the Assessor for corrections of the Secured Tax Rolls Resolutions,

as attached and on file in the Clerk of the Board's office in accordance with LAPR retention guidelines. This reflects actual tax dollar corrections to the County tax rolls due to administrative corrections of the Assessor and as a result of property tax appeals. (C-06-19-378-7-00)
Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, property, jail, and property tax

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, March 27, 2019

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This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change. A FINAL AGENDA will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

71. SETTLEMENT/RESOLUTION OF PROPERTY TAX CASES AND CLAIMS

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, property, property tax, and settlement

Pursuant to A.R.S. 42-16201 through 16258, approve the settlement/resolution of tax cases and claims as listed.

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, and settlement

2018/2019: TX2018-000765; TX2018-000918; 2019: ST2018-000035; ST2018-000124; (C-06-19-393-7-00)

72. TAX ABATEMENTS

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, and abatement

Approve and sign requests for tax abatements from the Treasurer s Office pursuant to ARS 42- 18353 for the parcel numbers, tax years and amounts as

listed below:
Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, abatement, property, Treasurer, and TREASURER

961-16-442 2013-2017 716.49 993-66-940 2014 4,055.49 993-89-935 2015 3,662.16 (C-43-19-038-M-00)

73. TREASURER'S COLLECTIONS AND INVESTMENT SUMMARY REPORT FOR FEBRUARY

Tagged Passions:investment, Treasurer, and TREASURER

2019

Pursuant to A.R.S. 11-501, accept the Treasurer's Statement of Collections and Investment Reports for February 2019, as on file in the Clerk of the

Board's Office and retained in accordance with Arizona State Library Archives and Public Record (ASLAPR) approved retention schedule. (C-43-19-040-7-00)
Tagged Passions:investment, Treasurer, TREASURER, and library

FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT AGENDA AGENDA DE DISTRITO DE CONTROL DE INUNDACIONES

Tagged Passions:flooding

F-1. CONTRACT WITH AECOM FOR MCMICKEN DAM PHASE 1 POST DESIGN SERVICES

Tagged Passions:contract and services

Approve a Competition Impractical Procurement, Maricopa County Procurement Code, MCI-351, in the amount of 500,000.00, with AECOM to provide post

design services for Phase 1 of the McMicken Dam Rehabilitation Project, the construction of a structural emergency spillway and principal outlet. The Contract will be effective for 1,095 calendar days from the date of execution or the expenditure of 500,000.00, whichever comes first.
Tagged Passions:construction, contract, services, emergency, and purchasing

Design for the rehabilitation of McMicken Dam has been accomplished by AECOM under contract number FCD2011C030. In order to maintain the continuity

of the project for post design, it is in the best interest of the District to retain AECOM who is the designer of record for the rehabilitation project. A competitive procurement is impractical in this case as AECOM must approve any changes in the design which may occur as part of the construction phase because they have sealed the design. This Agenda Item impacts Supervisorial District 4. (C-69-19-023-5-00)
Tagged Passions:construction, contract, and purchasing

F-2. IGA FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO PARCEL 503-53-018C FOR MCMICKEN DAM OUTLET

Tagged Passions:property

CHANNEL PHASE 1 PROJECT

Approve Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) FCD 2019A005, between Maricopa County (County) and the Flood Control District of Maricopa County

(District), for delivery of fill dirt from McMicken Dam Outlet Channel Phase 1 ( [ 204 Channel Project]) construction to County Parcel 503-53-018C. This IGA is a no-cost IGA, and defines responsibilities for the District to deliver fill dirt from the District s Channel Project to the County s Fill Project.
Tagged Passions:construction, flooding, property, and intergovernmental

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, March 27, 2019

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This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change. A FINAL AGENDA will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

The Channel Project is part of the McMicken Dam Rehabilitation Project, and consists of replacing an existing levee with a below-grade earthen

channel. During Phase 1, the base channel will be excavated and a portion of the dirt will be moved to the County s Fill Project. This is advantageous to the District because no fill material will need to be hauled off-site, and to the County as no cost material will be provided to bring the parcel up to grade. This Agenda Item impacts Supervisorial District 4. (C-69-19-024-3-00)
Tagged Passions:property

F-3. DECLARE PARCELS AS NO LONGER NEEDED FOR THE PURPOSES CONVEYED TO

Tagged Passions:property

THE FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT AND AUTHORIZE CONVEYANCE TO ARIZONA STATE LAND

Tagged Passions:flooding

Pursuant to A.R.S. 48-3603, the Flood Control District requests the Board of Directors: (1) declare the following parcels as no longer needed for

purposes for which they were conveyed to the District; and (2) authorize the Chairman of the Board of Directors to execute conveyance documents and all other required documents approved by legal counsel for the conveyance of the parcels to the State of Arizona in accordance with the Patent under which the District took title to the land.
Tagged Passions:legal, flooding, and property

Parcel information: 1. Portion of FCD Parcel P-6611 (Parcel 1) Location: Upstream of Adobe Dam, west of 35th Avenue and south of Pinnacle Peak Rd

Assessor Parcel Number: Portion of 206-40-002, consisting of approximately 17.41 acres Zoning: RE-43, City of Phoenix Present Use: This parcel is encumbered by a 5.583 acre ground lease issued to the Arizona Sports Complex (ASC) which is set to expire on March 31, 2020 with a unilateral right to renew for an additional 15 years. Under the terms of the ground lease ASC has constructed and operates a 52,000sf sports and recreation building, an outdoor soccer arena and its associated parking lot. This lease will be assigned to the Arizona State Land Department concurrent with the transfer of the land.
Tagged Passions:leasing, zoning, property, sports, parking, and recreation

2. Portion of FCD Parcel P-6614 (Parcel 2) Location: Downstream of Adobe Dam, west of 39th Avenue and south of the Deer Valley Rd alignment. Assessor

Parcel Number: Portion of 206-19-009A Property Area, consisting of approximately 8.20 acres Zoning: RE-43, City of Phoenix Present Use: Vacant and Unimproved
Tagged Passions:zoning and property

3. Portion of FCD Parcel P-6614 (Parcel 3) Location: Downstream of Adobe Dam, west of 41st Avenue and south of the Salter Dr alignment Assessor

Parcel Number: Portion of 206-19-009B, consisting of approximately 16.42 acres Zoning: RE-43, City of Phoenix Present Use: Vacant and Unimproved
Tagged Passions:zoning and property

The District acquired these parcels from the Arizona State Land Department in 1979 specifically for use as a borrow and reservoir area and the

construction of a part of Adobe Dam . The parcels are subject to a reversionary clause in the event they are no longer needed for the stated purposes. District staff has determined that these parcels are no longer needed for the purposes they were conveyed to the District so the parcels will be conveyed back to the State of Arizona. This item is located in Supervisory District 3. (C-69-19-025-6-00)
Tagged Passions:construction, events, and property

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, March 27, 2019

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This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change. A FINAL AGENDA will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

F-4. EASEMENT, RIGHT-OF-WAY, AND RELOCATION ASSISTANCE DOCUMENTS

Tagged Passions:easement

Approve easements and right-of-way acquisition documents, appraisal and relocation assistance services contracts under 5,000 per Resolution FCD

87-12; Escrow Instructions per Resolution FCD 87-13; Payment of Tax Notices per Resolution FCD 97-07; License Procedures and Fee Schedules per Resolution FCD2002R002; and disposal of easements, excess real property and fixtures under 250,000 documents per FCD 1999R016 for Flood Control purposes.
Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, contract, procedure, services, flooding, property, license, instruction, and easement

A. 450.07.31 115 th Ave. Union Hills Dr TD

Tagged Passions:union

FCD Parcel : F00338, 200-35-232 and F00335, 200-37-952A Assignment of Easements from Flood Control District of Maricopa County to the City of Peoria

for the sum of 1.00.
Tagged Passions:flooding, property, and easement

B. Adobe Dam SS FCD Parcel : P-2280-TR APN: 205-12-143 Special Warranty Deed from the Flood Control District of Maricopa County to City of Phoenix.

Tagged Passions:flooding and property

C. Adobe Dam SS FCD Parcel :P-6613 Permit : 2009P065 APN 206-40-002 Access Easement from Flood Control District of Maricopa County to the City of

Phoenix for the sum of 10.00.
Tagged Passions:flooding, property, and easement

D. Adobe Dam SS FCD Parcel :P-6613 Permit : 2009P065 APN 206-40-002 Drainage Easement from Flood Control District of Maricopa County to the City of

Phoenix for the sum of 10.00.
Tagged Passions:flooding, property, easement, and stormwater

E. Adobe Dam SS

FCD Parcel :P-6613 Permit : 2009P065 APN 206-40-002 Slope Easement from Flood Control District of Maricopa County to the City of Phoenix for the sum

of 10.00. (C-06-19-395-7-00)
Tagged Passions:flooding, property, and easement

LIBRARY DISTRICT AGENDA AGENDA DEL DISTRITO DE BIBLIOTECA

Tagged Passions:library

L-1. DONATIONS

Tagged Passions:donation and Donation

In accordance with County Policy A2508, accept the monthly donation report received from Library District (MCLD) for February 2019 in the amount of

7,677.15 (Non-Cash Value: 7,591.75 Cash Value: 85.40) (C-06-19-370-7-00)
Tagged Passions:donation, Donation, policy, and library

STADIUM DISTRICT AGENDA AGENDA DEL DISTRITO DE ESTADIO

Tagged Passions:stadium

S-1. TOBACCO FREE FACILITY RESOLUTION AND POLICY (S0001)

Tagged Passions:facility, policy, and tobacco

Approve the Tobacco Free Facility Resolution and corresponding Tobacco Free Policy (S0001) for the Stadium District of Maricopa County.

Tagged Passions:facility, policy, stadium, and tobacco

The Stadium District Board of Directors recognizes the health hazards associated with all forms of tobacco use and wishes to set a zero tolerance

policy at District facilities. (C-06-19-353-6-00)
Tagged Passions:health, recognition, policy, stadium, and tobacco

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, March 27, 2019

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This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change. A FINAL AGENDA will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.

CALL TO THE PUBLIC AND SUMMARY OF CURRENT EVENTS LLAMADO AL PUBLICO Y EL RESUMEN DE TEMAS DE ACTUALIDAD

Tagged Passions:events

74. Public comment on matters pertaining to Maricopa County government. Please limit

comments to two minutes. Note that pursuant to Arizona Open Meeting Law, Board members may not discuss matters raised under this public comment

portion of the meeting; however, an individual Board member may respond to criticism made by those who have addressed the Board, ask staff to review an issue raised or may ask that the matter be placed on a future agenda. (Public comment is at the discretion of the Chairman.)

Comentarios del p blico sobre las materias relacionadas con el gobierno del Condado de Maricopa. Por favor l mite comentarios a dos minutos. Tenga en

cuenta que de conformidad con el Derecho de Reuni n Abierta de Arizona, miembros de la Junta no podr n abordar las cuestiones planteadas en esta parte de comentario p blico de la reuni n, sin embargo, un miembro de la Junta individuo puede responder a las cr ticas de quienes se han ocupado de la Junta, pida al personal para examinar una cuesti n planteada o puede pedir que la cuesti n se incluya en una agenda de futuro. (Comentario p blico es a discreci n del Presidente.)
Tagged Passions:trade

75. Supervisors'/County Manager's summary of current events

Tagged Passions:events, administrator, and manager

Resumen de temas de actualidad de los Supervisores/Administrador del Condado

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