AZ - Maricopa: Formal Meeting Agenda

Get alerted when your passions are being discussed in Aguila, Apache Junction, Arlington and more for free

Issues discussed this meeting include:

Get Alerts On New Meetings
Sign Up
When and Where is the Next Meeting?
[ See More ]

Formal Meeting 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.

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

Tagged Passions:administrator and manager

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

Tagged Passions:services, Public Works, and public works

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,

Tagged Passions:flooding and library

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

Tagged Passions:stadium and housing

Wednesday, April 10, 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.
Tagged Passions:legal and materials

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 10 de abril 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.
Tagged Passions:legal and streets

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.

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

Tagged Passions:audit

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
Tagged Passions:legal, public safety, Treasurer, superintendent, education, TREASURER, and court

County Leadership Joy Rich County Manager

Tagged Passions:administrator and manager

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

Tagged Passions:Technology, communications, technology, human resources, Communications, and stadium

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

Tagged Passions:administrator and manager

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 PLANNING AND ZONING AGENDA

AGENDA DE PLANIFICACI N Y ZONIFICACI N ...................................................................................... 5
Tagged Passions:planning and zoning

CONSENT AGENDA - AGENDA DE CONSIENTA .................................................................................. 5 STATUTORY HEARINGS -

AUDIENCIAS LEGALES ................................................................................ 22
Tagged Passions:legal and hearing

Clerk of the Board - Secretaria de la Junta ............................................................................................. 22

Transportation Transportaci n ............................................................................................................. 22
Tagged Passions:transportation

AGENCY ITEMS AND STATUTORY MATTERS ART CULOS DE AGENCIA Y ASUNTOS REGLAMENTARIOS ................................................................ 26

COUNTY OFFICERS - OFICIALES DE CONDADO .................................................................................. 26
Tagged Passions:arts

County Attorney - Procurador del Condado ............................................................................................ 26 Sheriff -

Alguacil ...................................................................................................................................... 27
Tagged Passions:legal and public safety

COUNTY OFFICES AND DEPARTMENTS DEPARTAMENTOS Y OFICINAS DEL CONDADO

................................................................................... 31

Air Quality - Calidad del Aire ................................................................................................................... 31

Animal Care and Control Services - Servicios de Control y Cuidado de Animales ................................ 31 Correctional Health - Salud Correccional ................................................................................................ 32 Environmental Services - Servicios Ambientales .................................................................................... 33 Finance - Finanzas .................................................................................................................................. 34 Human Resources - Recursos Humanos ................................................................................................ 34 Human Services - Servicios Humanos .................................................................................................... 35 Medical Examiner - M dico Forense ....................................................................................................... 35 Public Health - Salud P blica .................................................................................................................. 36 Real Estate - Bienes Ra ces ................................................................................................................... 37 Risk Management - Gesti n de Riesgos ................................................................................................. 38 Transportation - Transportaci n .............................................................................................................. 38
Tagged Passions:health, finance, transportation, risk, services, environment, human resources, and jail

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS - JUNTA DE SUPERVISORES .................................................................... 40 Board of Supervisors - Junta de

Supervisores ........................................................................................ 40

SETTING OF HEARINGS - CONFIGURACI N DE AUDIENCIAS ............................................................ 40 Clerk of the Board - Secretaria de

la Junta ............................................................................................. 40 Planning and Development - Planificaci n y Desarrollo ......................................................................... 41
Tagged Passions:planning, development, Development, and hearing

CONSENT AGENDA - AGENDA DE CONSIENTA .................................................................................... 41 Clerk of the Board -

Secretaria de la Junta ............................................................................................. 41

FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT AGENDA AGENDA DE DISTRITO DE CONTROL DE INUNDACIONES .................................................................. 43

LIBRARY DISTRICT AGENDA AGENDA DEL DISTRITO DE BIBLIOTECA ............................................................................................... 44 CALL TO THE PUBLIC AND SUMMARY OF CURRENT EVENTS LLAMADO AL PUBLICO Y EL RESUMEN DE TEMAS DE ACTUALIDAD ............................................... 44
Tagged Passions:events, flooding, and library

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 5 of 44

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

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

Tagged Passions:pets

PLANNING AND ZONING AGENDA AGENDA DE PLANIFICACI N Y ZONIFICACI N

Tagged Passions:planning and zoning

***The Board of Supervisors will now consider matters related to Planning and Zoning***

Tagged Passions:planning and zoning

CONSENT AGENDA - AGENDA DE CONSIENTA

PZ-1. WINDROSE

Case : DMP2018010

Supervisor District: 4

Applicant / Owner: Jorge Villasenor, EPS Group LLC / Maricopa County Municipal Water Conservation District 1

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, and Conservation

Request: Modification of Conditions to the Zanjero Trails/Windrose Development Master Plan

Tagged Passions:development, trails, and Development

Site Location: Generally located at the northwest corner of 189th Ave. and Camelback Rd. in the Buckeye planning area

Tagged Passions:planning

Commission Recommendation: On 3/14/19, the Commission voted 6-0 to recommend approval of DMP2018010 subject to conditions a jj :

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

a. Development shall comply with the Development Master Plan document entitled Zanjero Trails Development Master Plan , a bound document, dated

revised November 8, 2004, including all exhibits, maps, and appendices and as further modified by the revised DMP Narrative Report entitled, Parcel 41 42 Windrose at Zanjero Trails, dated January 30, 2019 and stamped received February 5, 2019 consisting of 12 pages with updated proposed DMP Land Use Exhibit (DMP2018010). Within 30 days of Board of Supervisors approval, the applicant shall submit a revised Development Master Plan document reflecting all changes recommended by the Planning and Zoning Commission and approved by the Board of Supervisors.
Tagged Passions:planning, boards and commissions, development, zoning, trails, Development, and property

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 6 of 44

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

b. Changes to the Zanjero Trails Development Master Plan with regard to use and intensity, or the stipulations approved by the Maricopa County Board

of Supervisors, shall be processed as a revised application with approval by the Board of Supervisors upon recommendation by the Maricopa County Planning and Zoning Commission. Revised applications shall be in accordance with the applicable Development Master Plan Guidelines, subdivision regulations, and zoning ordinance in effect at the time of application(s) submission. The Maricopa County Planning and Development Department may approve minor changes administratively as outlined in the Maricopa County Development Master Plan Guidelines in effect at the time of amendment. Non-compliance with the approved Zanjero Trails Development Master Plan, including the narrative report, maps, and exhibits, or the stipulations of approval will be treated as a violation in accordance with the provisions of the Maricopa County Zoning Ordinance.
Tagged Passions:planning, regulation, ordinance, boards and commissions, development, zoning, subdivision, trails, Development, and compliance

c. All stipulations of approval shall remain in effect in the event of a change in name of the Zanjero Trails Development Master Plan.

Tagged Passions:development, events, trails, and Development

d. If the initial final plat has not been approved within five (5) years from the date of approval of DMP2009002, this development master plan will

be scheduled for public hearing by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, upon recommendation by the Maricopa County Planning and Zoning Commission, to consider revocation of the adopted development master plan. Further, should this development master plan be rescinded, all zoning and other entitlement changes approved as part of the Zanjero Trails Development Master Plan shall also be considered for revocation by the Board of Supervisors, upon recommendation of the Commission, to the previous entitlements.
Tagged Passions:planning, boards and commissions, development, zoning, trails, Development, and hearing

e. Prior to approval of any final plat, the master developer shall enter into a development agreement with Maricopa County that addresses short- and

long-term service, infrastructure, operation, maintenance, and financial assurance needs of Maricopa County agencies necessary to provide adequate services and infrastructure to future residents of the Zanjero Trails Development Master Plan. Further, prior to approval of any final plat this development agreement shall be signed by both the master developer and the designated Maricopa County representative(s) and provided to the Maricopa County Planning and Development Department for public record. Maricopa County reserves the right to modify the development agreement if it is determined that such changes are necessary due to changing circumstances or conditions, although such modifications are subject to approval by the Board of Supervisors. The master developer may also petition for modifications, which are also subject to Maricopa County Board of Supervisors approval.
Tagged Passions:planning, finance, development, zoning, services, trails, and Development

f. No development shall occur in unincorporated Maricopa County after the date or timeframe identified in the preannexation agreement between the

Maricopa Water District and the City of Surprise, entitled Pre-Annexation Development Agreement (Zanjero Trails) consisting of 24 pages and recorded with the Maricopa County Recorders Office February 26, 2004 (Docket no. 04- 0191607). This preannexation agreement shall be signed by both the Zanjero Trails master developer and the City of Surprise.
Tagged Passions:utility, development, Utility, water, trails, Development, and annexation

g. Prior to approval of any final plats, the master developer shall provide the Maricopa County Planning and Development Department with a written

document, signed by both the master developer and each of the applicable school districts, which acknowledges that the master developer has met the school districts needs for servicing future residents of the Zanjero Trails Development Master Plan. This includes written confirmation from all applicable school districts that the school locations, types, and acreages shown are acceptable, and that no high school site(s) are necessary within the Zanjero Trails Development Master Plan.
Tagged Passions:planning, development, zoning, trails, Development, and education

h. The master developer shall notify future homeowners that they are located within the State- defined Territory in the Vicinity of a Military

Airport with the following language:
Tagged Passions:airport and military

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 7 of 44

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

You are buying a home or property in the vicinity of a military airport as described by State of Arizona statute A.R.S. 28-8481. Your house should

include sound attenuation measures as directed by State law. You will be subject to direct overflights and noise by Luke Air Force Base jet aircraft in the vicinity. Luke Air Force Base executes over 200,000 flight operations per year, at an average of approximately 170 overflights per day. Although Luke s primary flight paths are located within 20 miles from the base, jet noise will be apparent throughout the area as aircraft transient to and from the Barry M. Goldwater Gunnery Range and other flight areas.
Tagged Passions:airport, property, military, and noise

Luke Air Force Base may launch and recover aircraft in either direction off its runways oriented to the southwest and northeast. Noise will be more

noticeable during overcast sky conditions due to noise reflections off the clouds.
Tagged Passions:military and noise

Luke Air Force Base s normal flying hours extend from 7:00 a.m. until approximately midnight, Monday through Friday, but some limited flying will

occur outside these hours and during most weekends.
Tagged Passions:military

For further information, please check the Luke Air Force Base website at www.luke.af.mil/urbandevelopment. Such notification shall be recorded on all

final plats, be permanently posted on not less than a 3 foot by 5 foot sign in front of all home sales offices, be permanently posted on the front door of all home sales offices on not less than an 8 inch by 11 inch sign, and be included in all covenants, conditions, and restrictions (CC Rs) as well as the Public Report and conveyance documents.
Tagged Passions:sale, zoning, and military

In addition, all habitable buildings constructed within this project shall be constructed with a minimum R18 exterior wall assembly, a minimum of R30

roof and ceiling assembly, dual-glazed windows and solid wood, foam-filled fiberglass or metal doors to the exterior to achieve a maximum interior noise level of 45 decibels.
Tagged Passions:noise

i. The Zanjero Trails master homeowners association shall be responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of all private roads, public open spaces and

amenities, washes, parks, roadway median landscaping, landscaping within public rights-of-way, and all pedestrian, bicycle, and multi-use paths.
Tagged Passions:streets, parks, trails, Bicycles, Pedestrian, and bicycles

j. Prior to approval of each final plat, the master developer shall submit to the Maricopa County Planning and Development Department a landscape

inventory and salvage plan which identifies and assesses the native vegetation within the development parcels, and which determines the preservation/disposition for each of the selected native vegetation.
Tagged Passions:planning, development, zoning, Development, preservation, property, and buildings and grounds

k. All irrigation water supplied for common/open space areas and lakes shall be provided entirely by a renewable supply of water, such as treated

effluent, surface water, or Central Arizona Project (CAP) water, within five (5) years after issuance of the first building permit. Interim water for the purposes noted may be supplied by groundwater and shall comply with all Arizona Department of Water Resources regulations. Proof of conversion from groundwater to a renewable water supply shall be provided to the Maricopa County Planning and Development Department within the five year requirement.
Tagged Passions:planning, regulation, utility, development, Utility, water, and Development

l. The Zanjero Trails Development Master Plan shall be developed sequentially as depicted on the phasing diagram contained in the Zanjero Trails

Development Master Plan narrative report.
Tagged Passions:development, trails, and Development

m. The total number of residential dwelling units for the Zanjero Trails Development Master Plan shall not exceed 7,664. The total number of dwelling

units for the Zanjero Trails Master Plan in unincorporated Maricopa County south of Peoria Avenue shall not exceed 6,420 number as indicated in the Zanjero Trails Land Use Plan (parcel chart) dated October 5, 2004. To help ensure compliance, the cumulative number of single and multifamily dwelling units within unincorporated Maricopa County and the City of Surprise, in relation to the identified limit, shall be identified on all plats.
Tagged Passions:development, zoning, trails, Development, property, and compliance

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 8 of 44

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

n. Residential development shall be prohibited on areas with a slope of 15 or greater.

Tagged Passions:development and Development

o. The master developer shall submit a written report to the Maricopa County Planning and Zoning Commission outlining the status of the Zanjero

Trails Development Master Plan every five (5) years following Board of Supervisors approval of case DMP2009002. The status report shall discuss development progress, including the total number of units built and platted, locations of areas/parcels under construction, status of infrastructure development, status of non-residential property, progress on how the stipulations of approval are being implemented, and any other information as required by the Maricopa County Planning and Development Department.
Tagged Passions:planning, construction, boards and commissions, development, zoning, trails, Development, and property

p. Until annexation of the entire master plan takes place, the master developer shall notify all future Zanjero Trails Development Master Plan

residents that they are not located within an incorporated city or town, and therefore will not be represented by, or be able to petition a citizen-elected municipal government. Notification shall also state that residents will not have access to municipally- managed services such as police, fire, parks, water, wastewater, libraries, and refuse collection. Such notice shall be included on all final plats, be permanently posted on the front door of all home sales offices on not less than an 8 inch by 11 inch sign, and be included in all homeowner association covenants, conditions, and restrictions (CC Rs).
Tagged Passions:sewer, sale, utility, development, Utility, public safety, zoning, services, water, parks, trails, Development, annexation, and library

q. All park facilities shall be completed concurrent with any residential development of a respective parcel shown on each plat. Park facilities and

amenities shall be identified on all applicable plats, and are subject to review by the Maricopa County Planning and Development Department.
Tagged Passions:planning, development, zoning, parks, Development, and property

r. Not less than 23.5 acres shall be reserved for Recreational Open Space (ROS) land use in the general locations depicted on Figure 12 Proposed Land

Use Map contained in the Zanjero Trails Development Master Plan narrative report. Each ROS shall be a minimum of 6.5 acres in size and have community amenities, including multi-purpose sports fields sized for soccer and/or baseball use, two (2) playgrounds (tot lots), basketball court (4 half courts) and three (3) ramadas with picnic tables and barbeque grills. Further, the project shall have not less than twenty-nine (29) mini-park sites in the general locations depicted on Figure 15A Conceptual Landscape Plan contained in the Zanjero Trails Development Master Plan narrative report. Each mini-park shall be a minimum of one (1) acre in size and include recreational amenities, including, as a minimum, a small multi-purpose play field, playground (tot lot) and ramada with barbeque grill and 2 picnic tables. At the time of each preliminary plat submission, the master developer shall include a description of the status of the cumulative ROS acreage and mini-park numbers with respect to the requirements of this stipulation. A description of the types of recreational amenities that will be included in the ROS and mini-park areas shall also be submitted with all preliminary plats to the Maricopa County Planning and Development Department.
Tagged Passions:planning, legal, sites, development, restaurants, zoning, parks, trails, Development, buildings and grounds, sports, court, and recreation

s. Not less than fifty (50) acres shall be reserved for general commercial land uses and not less than ten (10) acres shall be reserved for

commercial office uses. Two (2) Commercial Office parcels of five (5) acres each, one on each of Olive Avenue and Peoria Ave. To help ensure compliance, at the time of each preliminary plat submission the master developer shall include a description of the status of the cumulative number of general commercial and commercial office acreage with respect to the total sixty (60) acre requirement.
Tagged Passions:zoning, property, commercial, and compliance

t. Unless otherwise agreed to by the applicable school districts, not less than four (4) school sites and a minimum of 48 cumulative net acres shall

be reserved for schools. To help ensure compliance, at the time of each preliminary plat submission the master developer shall include a description of the status of the required number and acreage noted in this stipulation.
Tagged Passions:sites, zoning, compliance, and education

u. The master developer shall provide non-vehicular multi-use trails along Perryville Road and along all east-west arterials. Such trails shall be

identified on all plats and are subject to approval by Maricopa County.
Tagged Passions:streets, zoning, and trails

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 9 of 44

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

v. Prior to approval of the first final plat, the master developer shall provide a will serve letter and a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity

from a qualified public or private water and wastewater provider demonstrating commitment to serve the entire Zanjero Trails Development Master Plan with water and wastewater service, which is subject to approval by the Maricopa County Department of Environmental Services.
Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, development, Utility, zoning, services, water, environment, trails, and Development

w. Prior to approval of the first final plat, the master developer shall provide a will serve letter for electric power service from Arizona Public

Service or another qualified public or private utility demonstrating commitment to serve the entire Zanjero Trails Development Master Plan, which is subject to approval by the Maricopa County Planning and Development Department.
Tagged Passions:planning, utility, development, Utility, zoning, electric, trails, and Development

x. Prior to approval of the first final plat, the master developer shall provide a will serve letter for fire protection from Rural Metro Corporation

or another qualified public or private fire service provider demonstrating commitment to serve the entire Zanjero Trails Development Master Plan, which is subject to approval by the Maricopa County Planning and Development Department.
Tagged Passions:planning, rural, development, zoning, Public Transit, trails, and Development

y. Prior to approval of the first final plat, the master developer shall provide a will serve letter for telephone service from a qualified public or

private telephone provider demonstrating commitment to serve the entire Zanjero Trails Development Master Plan, which is subject to approval by the Maricopa County Planning and Development Department.
Tagged Passions:planning, development, zoning, trails, and Development

z. Prior to approval of the first final plat, the master developer shall provide a will serve letter for refuse collection from a qualified public or

private collection provider demonstrating commitment to serve the entire Zanjero Trails Development Master Plan, which is subject to approval by the Maricopa County Planning and Development Department.
Tagged Passions:planning, development, zoning, trails, and Development

aa. An archaeological survey of the subject property shall be conducted prior to approval of any preliminary plat to locate and evaluate any cultural

resources on the site. Once complete, a report of the results shall be provided to the Arizona SHPO for review and comment before any ground disturbing activities related to development are initiated. The applicant shall perform an archaeological analysis to evaluate the eligibility of cultural resource sites for the National or State Register of Historic Places. If Register eligible properties cannot be avoided by development activities, then the Arizona SHPO shall determine if a data recovery (excavation) program is necessary. Should federal permits be required for the project, then any archaeological work performed must meet the Secretary of Interior Standards, and will be subject to the National Historic Preservation Act.
Tagged Passions:sites, development, historic, zoning, program, Development, preservation, and property

bb. A quality of life assessment of 377 per unit shall be made available to the Maricopa County Library District to be used for operational purposes

only.
Tagged Passions:library

Arrangements can be made for this assessment to be paid on a per unit basis at the time of building permit for the individual units.

cc. One hundred fifty dollars ( 150) per house will be paid by the developer as each residential unit at the time the building permit is issued to a

fund trails and park/recreational facilities enhancement and maintenance. The County shall deposit and hold all receipts in the parks enhancement fund for the specific purposes stated above. All interest earned on the fund shall remain an asset of the fund.
Tagged Passions:parks, trails, and recreation

dd. A 110 natural landscape setback shall be provided as measured from the center-line of Olive Ave. within the Zanjero Trails Development Master

Plan area.
Tagged Passions:development, trails, Development, and buildings and grounds

ee. The following Department of Transportation stipulations shall apply to development of Zanjero Trails:

Tagged Passions:development, transportation, trails, and Development

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 10 of 44

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

1. An approved traffic impact analysis shall be on file with the Maricopa County Department of Transportation. The analysis shall include development

phasing and the offsite improvements necessary to accommodate the anticipated traffic demands. The analysis shall be updated with each phase to reflect existing conditions and any changes to the development plan.
Tagged Passions:development, transportation, Development, and traffic

2. The traffic analysis shall be updated prior to the first final plat approval to reflect current conditions. Additional lane capacity on offsite

alignments will be reviewed with each resubmittal of the traffic analysis. The Applicant shall provide a financial assurance to guarantee the offsite improvements that are recommended in their approved analysis. Subsequent updates of the traffic analysis will be required by the Maricopa County Department of Transportation if changing conditions warrant.
Tagged Passions:finance, public safety, zoning, transportation, and traffic

3. Developer shall contribute their proportionate share of offsite regional roadway improvements, based upon their proposed 9,974 total residential

units.

An area study shall be provided to determine the regional transportation needs and the appropriate contribution. Roadways shall meet county standards

in effect at the time they are improved.
Tagged Passions:transportation

4. A development agreement or comparable document shall be executed within 90 days of DMP approval or prior to any, rezoning or preliminary plat

approval.
Tagged Passions:development, zoning, and Development

This agreement shall further detail transportation issues, including phasing of offsite roadway improvements and proportionate regional contributions

referenced in item 3 above.
Tagged Passions:transportation

5. Developer is responsible for assuring paved access to their site at the time of the first final plat. Any improvements to the regional system

necessary to provide paved access shall be credited to the developer s contribution referred to in item 3 above.
Tagged Passions:zoning

6. Applicant shall be responsible for submitting their arterial street network to the MAG Transportation Improvement Program for conformity analysis.

Tagged Passions:streets, transportation, and program

Approval is required prior to commencing construction.

Tagged Passions:construction

7. All proposed primary routes (principal arterials or greater) must be consistent with a county approved transportation plans.

Tagged Passions:transportation

8. All-weather access shall be provided to all parcels and on all arterial roadways.

Tagged Passions:property

9. A minimum of two (2) access points shall be provided and available to each development phase and/or subdivision unit.

Tagged Passions:development, subdivision, and Development

10. An underground conduit system (or comparable technology) shall be provided within the rights- of-way throughout the development to integrate

traffic signals and for future ITS uses.
Tagged Passions:development, Technology, Development, technology, Underground Utility cable, and traffic

11. Provide neighborhood access to commercial areas by means other than using the arterial street network.

Tagged Passions:streets, commercial, and neighborhood

12. Use of neighborhood electric vehicles shall be accommodated in this development. Routes and other design features shall be established, as

necessary,
Tagged Passions:development, electric, Development, Electric Vehicles, and neighborhood

to provide safe and efficient circulation in conformance with prevailing laws and requirements at time each phase is submitted for approval.

13. Bike lanes shall be included on all arterial and major collector alignments and meet county standard. A bicycle circulation plan shall be

provided with each phase of development.
Tagged Passions:development, Development, Bicycles, and bicycles

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 11 of 44

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

14. Development should be designed to promote pedestrian and bicycle use and alternative modes of transportation to public facilities within and

adjacent to the site, (e.g., bus bays, park-and-ride lots, internal trail systems).
Tagged Passions:development, Public Transit, transportation, parks, trails, Development, Bicycles, Pedestrian, and bicycles

15. Street lighting installation shall be the responsibility of the developer. A Street Light Improvement District or comparable authority shall be

established to provide operation and maintenance.
Tagged Passions:streets, streetscape, and traffic

16. Landscaping shall conform to Chapter 9 of the MCDOT Roadway Design Manual. Maintenance of landscaping within public rights-of-way shall be the

responsibility of the applicant.

17. Provide the ultimate full or half-width rights-of-way on all arterials consistent with the Maricopa County Major Streets and Routes Plan.

Tagged Passions:streets

18. A construction traffic circulation plan shall be provided and approved by Maricopa County Department of Transportation prior to commencing

construction.
Tagged Passions:construction, transportation, and traffic

19. Applicant shall employ appropriate procedures during construction to comply with Maricopa County dust control requirements.

Tagged Passions:construction and procedure

20. This project is subject to the Arizona Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (AZPDES) requirements administered by the Arizona Department of

Environmental Quality (ADEQ).
Tagged Passions:environment

21. Development shall comply with all recommendations of MCDOT-approved Traffic Impact Statement.

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and traffic

ff. The following Environmental Services Department stipulations shall apply to development of Zanjero Trails:

Tagged Passions:development, services, environment, trails, and Development

1. Prior to the approval of the first preliminary plat, comprehensive master plans for providing water and sewer services for this project shall be

submitted to and approved by MCESD.
Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, Utility, zoning, services, and water

2. Prior to the approval of any final plat, plans for on-site and off-site water and sewer infrastructure, in accordance with the comprehensive

master plan, shall be submitted to and approved by MCESD.
Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, Utility, zoning, and water

gg. Prior to approval of the first Preliminary Plat, the following issues will need to be resolved acceptable to the Flood Control District in the

Preliminary Drainage Report:
Tagged Passions:zoning, flooding, and stormwater

1. The Master Drainage Study is currently using the future conditions model assuming the White Tanks FRS 3 North Inlet Channel will be constructed.

Tagged Passions:stormwater

However, if this project is not constructed by the Flood Control District and Maricopa Water District, the Master Drainage Study will need to be

updated to reflect the correct hydrology. This may cause the need for affected phases to be re-platted.
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, flooding, and stormwater

2. The drainage conveyance systems for the Master Plan will need to use the District s Rational Method to estimate the flow. The HEC-1 model is not

appropriate due to the size and shape of the development.
Tagged Passions:development, Development, and stormwater

3. The White Tanks FRS 3 North Inlet Channel Project will generate the Conditional Letter of Map Revision (CLOMR) and Letter of Map Revision (LOMR)

application to FEMA. However, this will not be accomplished until after the channel along the Beardsley Canal is constructed, which is currently scheduled for completion in 2006. Prior to the CLOMR/LOMR, the properties located within the existing floodplain will need to elevate the finished floors one (1) foot above the encroached base flood elevation, and obtain a Floodplain Use Permit from the Regulatory Division of the Flood Control District or an acceptable temporary diversion structure.
Tagged Passions:regulation, watershed, flooding, and FEMA

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 12 of 44

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

4. An additional floodplain has been delineated within the project area by the Flood Control District as part of the Perryville Road Study. This

floodplain has not been submitted to FEMA because the White Tanks FRS 3 North Inlet Channel Project will eliminate this floodplain. However, this floodplain will have to be accounted for by the preliminary drainage report by elevating the properties one (1) foot above the encroached base flood elevation. These properties will also need a floodplain use permit if constructed before the completion of the White Tanks FRS 3 North Inlet Channel Project.
Tagged Passions:streets, flooding, FEMA, and stormwater

5. The master planned community will also need to address the current 545 cfs breakout flowing southeast of Beardsley Canal and Olive Avenue. This

can be done by delineating the breakout, adjust the phasing of construction subsequent to LOMR acceptance by FEMA, providing a temporary dike to divert the existing breakout, or another solution acceptable to the Flood Control District.
Tagged Passions:construction, watershed, flooding, and FEMA

6. Include all calculations for the designs in the appendices.

7. Include a digital copy of the drainage map that will include retention basin footprints, time of concentration paths, existing and proposed

contours, and basin delineations.
Tagged Passions:stormwater

hh. There shall be no bougainvillea permitted in common area landscaping adjacent to equestrian or multi-use trails.

Tagged Passions:trails

ii. All development and engineering design shall be in conformance with the Drainage Regulation and current engineering policies, standards and best

practices at the time of application for construction.
Tagged Passions:regulation, construction, development, Development, and stormwater

jj. Drainage review of planning and/or zoning cases is for conceptual design only and does not represent final design approval nor shall it entitle

applicants to future designs that are not in conformance with the Drainage Regulation and design policies and standards. (C-44-19-097-M-00)
Tagged Passions:planning, regulation, zoning, and stormwater

PZ-2. WINDROSE PARCELS 41 42

Tagged Passions:property

Case : Z2018101

Supervisor District: 4

Applicant / Owner: Jorge Villasenor, EPS Group LLC / Maricopa County Municipal Water Conservation District 1

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, and Conservation

Request: Zone change from R-4 RUPD PAD and C-O CUPD PAD to R-4 RUPD PAD

Site Location: Generally located at the northwest corner of 189th Ave. and Camelback Rd. in the Buckeye planning area

Tagged Passions:planning

Commission Recommendation: On 3/14/19, the Commission voted 6-0 to recommend approval of Z2018101 subject to conditions a o :

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

a. Development of the site shall comply with the Narrative and Zoning Exhibits entitled Parcel 41 42 Windrose at Zanjero Trails , consisting of 12

pages, dated January 30, 2019 and stamped received February 5, 2019, except as modified by the following conditions.
Tagged Passions:development, zoning, trails, Development, and property

b. All zoning conditions of approval shall remain in effect in the event of a change in the name of the Zanjero Trails master planned community.

Tagged Passions:zoning, events, and trails

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 13 of 44

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. The R-4 RUPD shall be subject to a Planned Area Development (PAD) Overlay Zone. Zoning district boundary lines shall be reflected on the

subdivision plats or precise plan of development approvals.
Tagged Passions:development, zoning, subdivision, and Development

d. The following R-4 RUPD standards shall apply to Parcels 41 and 42:

Tagged Passions:property

1. Height: 40 / 2 stories 2. Front Yard: 5 3. Side Yard: 5 4. Street-side Yard: 10 5. Rear Yard: 5 6. Lot Area: 2,500 sq. ft. 7. Lot Width: 50 8.

Average Lot Area per Dwelling Unit 2,000 sq. ft. 9. Lot Coverage: 70 10. Parking Spaces: 2 11. Walls: 6 (h) privacy wall w/max. 7 column above a max. 3 retaining wall
Tagged Passions:streets, privacy, and parking

e. All transformers, back-flow prevention devices, utility boxes and all other utility related ground mounted equipment shall be painted to

complement the development and shall be screened with landscape material where possible. All HVAC units shall be ground-mounted or screened with a continuous parapet for commercial projects.
Tagged Passions:equipment, utility, development, Utility, Development, buildings and grounds, and commercial

f. All interior streets within the proposed development are to be constructed to minimum County standards.

Tagged Passions:streets, development, and Development

g. Prior to issuance of any permits for development of the site, the applicant/property owner shall obtain the necessary encroachment permits from

the Maricopa County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) for landscaping or other improvements in the right-of-way.
Tagged Passions:development, transportation, Development, property, and encroachment

h. All outdoor lighting shall conform to the Maricopa County Zoning Ordinance.

Tagged Passions:ordinance and zoning

i. Prior zoning clearance or Final Plat approval, developer(s) and/or builder(s) shall establish emergency fire protection services, covering all

real property contained within the project area during course of construction and shall obtain a will serve letter substantiating coverage from the appropriate Fire District, servicing the site.
Tagged Passions:construction, fire departments and districts, zoning, services, emergency, property, and clearance

j. Amendments to the site plan and narrative report shall be processed as a revised application in accordance with Maricopa County Zoning Ordinance

Article 304.9.
Tagged Passions:ordinance and zoning

k. Variations to the development standards as indicated in the approved Unit Plan of Development (UPD) table may be varied by the Board of Adjustment

in accordance with Article 303.2.2 of the Maricopa County Zoning Ordinance (MCZO).
Tagged Passions:ordinance, development, zoning, and Development

l. Noncompliance with the conditions of approval will be treated as a violation in accordance with the Maricopa County Zoning Ordinance. Further,

noncompliance of the conditions of approval may be grounds for the Planning and Zoning Commission to take action in accordance with Chapter 3 Conditional Zoning).
Tagged Passions:planning, ordinance, boards and commissions, and zoning

m. Non-compliance with the regulations administered by the Maricopa County Environmental Services Department, Maricopa County Department of

Transportation, Drainage Review Division, Planning and Development Department, or the Flood Control District of Maricopa County may be grounds for initiating a revocation of this Zone Change as set forth in the Maricopa County Zoning Ordinance.
Tagged Passions:planning, regulation, ordinance, development, zoning, transportation, services, environment, flooding, Development, compliance, and stormwater

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 14 of 44

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

n. The property owner/s and their successors waive claim for diminution in value if the County takes action to rescind approval due to noncompliance

with conditions.
Tagged Passions:property

o. Applicant shall provide a traffic statement with each preliminary plat application that evaluates and confirms the assumptions and results of the

approved Traffic Impact Analysis for Zanjero Trails. (C-44-19-098-M-00)
Tagged Passions:zoning, trails, and traffic

PZ-3. NORTHERN FARMS

Tagged Passions:agriculture

Case : CPA2018009

Supervisor District: 4

Applicant / Owner: Joe Cable, Bowman Consulting / MPC Investments, LLC

Tagged Passions:services and investment

Request: Comprehensive Plan Amendment (CPA) to change the White Tank/Grand Avenue Area Plan land use designation from Rural Residential (0-1 d.u./ac)

to Single Family Transitional Lot (3-5 d.u./ac.). CPA approval is by Resolution.
Tagged Passions:rural and strategic

Site Location: Generally located approximately 1,320 south of the southeast corner of Cotton Ln. and Olive Ave.

Commission Recommendation: On 3/14/19, the Commission voted 6-0 to recommend approval of CPA2018009 subject to conditions a c :

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

a. Development of the site shall be in general conformance with the Narrative Report entitled Northern Farms, Comprehensive Plan Amendment,

consisting of 18 pages, dated January 18, 2019 and stamped received January 21, 2019, except as modified by the following conditions.
Tagged Passions:strategic, agriculture, development, and Development

b. The total number of residential units shall not exceed 255.

c. The granting of this change in use of the property has been at the request of the applicant, with the consent of the landowner. The granting of

this approval allows the property to enjoy uses in excess of those permitted by the uses existing on the date of application, subject to conditions. In the event of the failure to comply with any condition, the property shall revert to the land use designation that existed on the date of application. It is, therefore, stipulated and agreed that either revocation due to the failure to comply with any conditions, does not reduce any rights that existed on the date of application to use, divide, sell or possess the property and that there would be no diminution in value of the property from the value it held on the date of application due to such change of the land use. The land use enhances the value of the property above its value as of the date the land use change is granted and reverting to the prior land use designation results in the same value of the property as if the land use change had never been granted. (C-44-19-099-M-00)
Tagged Passions:grant, events, and property

PZ-4. NORTHERN FARMS

Tagged Passions:agriculture

Case : Z2018116

Supervisor District: 4

Applicant / Owner: Joe Cable, Bowman Consulting / MPC Investments LLC

Tagged Passions:services and investment

Request: Zone Change from Rural-43 to R1-6 RUPD

Tagged Passions:rural

Site Location: Generally located approximately 1,320 south of the southeast corner of Cotton Ln. and Olive Ave.

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 15 of 44

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

Commission Recommendation: On 3/14/19, the Commission voted 6-0 to recommend approval of Z2018116 subject to conditions a i :

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

a. Development and use of the site shall comply with the Narrative Report entitled Northern Farms , consisting of 28 pages, dated stamped received on

February 16, 2019, except as modified by the following conditions.
Tagged Passions:agriculture, development, and Development

b. Development and use of the site shall comply with the Zoning Exhibit entitled Northern Farms , consisting of 2 sheets, dated stamped received on

February 16, 2019, except as modified by the following conditions.
Tagged Passions:agriculture, development, zoning, and Development

c. The following Engineering condition shall apply:

1. Right-of-way dedication along Cotton Lane (minimum half street width of 65 with additional width as required for turn lanes) will be required with

the dedication of the final plat.
Tagged Passions:streets and zoning

d. The following R1-6 RUPD standards shall apply:

1. Minimum Lot Area: 5,175 sq. ft. 2. Minimum Lot Width: 45 3. Maximum Lot Coverage: 55 4. Minimum Rear Yard Setback: 15

e. Zoning approval is conditional per Maricopa County Zoning Ordinance, Article 304.6, and ARS 11-814 for five (5) years for the initial phase and an

additional five (5) years for each subsequent phase, within which time the subdivision infrastructure permit or construction permit for each phase must be obtained.
Tagged Passions:ordinance, construction, zoning, and subdivision

f. The granting of this change in use of the property has been at the request of the applicant, with the consent of the landowner. The granting of

this approval allows the property to enjoy uses in excess of those permitted by the zoning existing on the date of application, subject to conditions. In the event of the failure to comply with any condition, the property shall revert to the zoning that existed on the date of application. It is, therefore, stipulated and agreed that either revocation due to the failure to comply with any conditions, does not reduce any rights that existed on the date of application to use, divide, sell or possess the property and that there would be no diminution in value of the property from the value it held on the date of application due to such revocation of the Zone Change. The Zone Change enhances the value of the property above its value as of the date the Zone Change is granted and reverting to the prior zoning results in the same value of the property as if the Zone Change had never been granted.
Tagged Passions:grant, zoning, events, and property

g. All buildings are subject to noise attenuation as per ARS 28-8482(B).

Tagged Passions:noise

h. The master developer shall notify future homeowners that they are located within the state- defined territory in the vicinity of a military

airport with the following language:
Tagged Passions:airport and military

You are buying a home or property in the vicinity of a military airport as described by State of Arizona statute ARS 28-8481. Your house should

include sound attenuation measures as directed by State law. You will be subject to direct over flights and noise by Luke Air Force Base jet aircraft in the vicinity.
Tagged Passions:airport, property, military, and noise

Luke Air Force Base executes over 200,000 flight operations per year, at an average of approximately 170 overflights per day. Although Luke's primary

flight paths are located within 20 miles from the base, jet noise will be apparent throughout the area as aircraft transient to and from the Barry M. Goldwater Gunnery Range and other flight training areas.
Tagged Passions:training, military, and noise

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 16 of 44

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

Luke Air Force Base may launch and recover aircraft in either direction off its runways oriented to the southwest and northeast. Noise will be more

noticeable during overcast sky conditions due to noise reflections off the clouds.
Tagged Passions:military and noise

Luke Air Force Base's normal flying hours extend from 7:00 a.m. until approximately midnight, Monday through Friday, but some limited flying will

occur outside these hours and during most weekends.
Tagged Passions:military

Such notification shall be recorded on all Final Plats, be permanently posted on not less than a 3 foot by 5 foot sign in front of all home sales

offices, be permanently posted on the front door of all home sales offices on not less than an 8 inch by 11 inch sign, and be included in all covenants, conditions, and restrictions (CC Rs) as well as the Public Report and conveyance documents.
Tagged Passions:sale and zoning

For further information, please check the Luke Air Force Base website at www.luke.af.mil/urbandevelopment or contact the Maricopa County Planning and

Development Department.
Tagged Passions:planning, development, Development, and military

i. Within two (2) years of from the date of the Board of Supervisors approval of Z2018116, and prior to issuance of any residential construction

permits, the applicant shall provide the Maricopa County Planning and Development Department with an executed pre-annexation service agreement with the City of Glendale that identifies the detail for when the proposed project will be annexed and the provision of water and sewer service. In lieu of a pre-annexation service agreement, the applicant may provide a will serve letter and/or verification from a water and sewer service provider that demonstrates the site is within the provider s Certificate of Convenience Necessity ( CC N ) for sewer service. (C-44-19-100-M-00)
Tagged Passions:planning, construction, sewer, utility, development, Utility, water, Development, and annexation

PZ-5. HORNS HOOVES ROPING ARENA

Case : Z2018074

Supervisor District: 4

Applicant / Owner: Espiritu Loci Incorporated / Horns and Hooves, LLC

Request: Special Use Permit (SUP) for roping arena and related ranching uses in the Rural-43 zoning district and within the Wickenburg Highway Scenic

Corridor
Tagged Passions:rural, zoning, and corridor

Site Location: Generally located southwest of U.S. Hwy 60 and Landfill Rd. in the Morristown area

Tagged Passions:landfill and solid waste

Commission Recommendation: On 3/14/19, the Commission voted 6-0 to recommend approval of Z2018074 subject to conditions a g :

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

a. Development of the site shall comply with the Site Plan consisting of two full-size sheets, stamped received January 14, 2019, except as modified

by the following conditions.
Tagged Passions:development and Development

b. Development of the site shall be in conformance with the Narrative Report entitled Horns and Hooves Roping Arenas , consisting of 5 pages, dated

October 5, 2018, and stamped received December 24, 2018, except as modified by the following conditions.
Tagged Passions:development and Development

c. The applicant/property owner shall submit a will serve letter for fire protection services for the project site. A copy of the will serve letter

shall be required as part of the initial construction permit submittal.
Tagged Passions:construction, services, and property

d. This Special Use Permit shall expire 20 years from the date of approval by the Board of Supervisors. All of the site improvements shall be removed

within 60 days of such termination or expiration.

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 17 of 44

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

e. Prior to operation of the facility, an approved Maricopa County Air Quality permit and/or dust control plan shall be obtained. Any revisions to

the site plan shall be documented in the first status report.
Tagged Passions:facility

f. Within 30 days of Board of Supervisors approval, the applicant shall submit a revised site plan to show all handicapped accessible parking shall

be configured and constructed in conformance with American Disability Act (ADA) standards and all buildings, structures, landscaping over 2 in height shall be removed from the required sight visibility triangles (SVTs) at the main entrance.
Tagged Passions:disability and parking

g. The granting of this change in use of the property has been at the request of the applicant, with the consent of the landowner. The granting of

this approval allows the property to enjoy uses in excess of those permitted by the zoning existing on the date of application, subject to conditions. In the event of the failure to comply with any condition, and at the time of expiration of the Special Use Permit, the property shall revert to the zoning that existed on the date of application. It is, therefore, stipulated and agreed that either revocation due to the failure to comply with any conditions, or the expiration of the Special Use Permit, does not reduce any rights that existed on the date of application to use, divide, sell or possess the property and that there would be no diminution in value of the property from the value it held on the date of application due to such revocation or expiration of the Special Use Permit. The Special Use Permit enhances the value of the property above its value as of the date the Special Use Permit is granted and reverting to the prior zoning results in the same value of the property as if the Special Use Permit had never been granted. (C-44-19-101-M-00)
Tagged Passions:grant, zoning, events, and property

PZ-6. HAWKEYE RV STORAGE

Case : Z2018108

Supervisor District: 3

Owner: Kelly Julie Burns

Request: Special Use Permit (SUP) for RV boat storage in the Rural-43 zoning district

Tagged Passions:rural, zoning, and boating

Site Location: Generally located approximately 315 east of 15th Ave. and mile south of Happy Valley Road in the north Phoenix area

Tagged Passions:streets

Commission Recommendation: On 3/14/19, the Commission voted 6-0 to recommend approval of Z2018108 subject to conditions a f :

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

a. Development of the site shall be in substantial conformance with the Site Plan entitled Grading and Drainage Plan, Hawkeye RV Storage , consisting

of 1 full-size sheet, dated September 24, 2018, and stamped received January1, 2019, except as modified by the following conditions.
Tagged Passions:development, Development, grading, and stormwater

b. Development of the site shall be in substantial conformance with the Narrative Report entitled Burns SUP for Boat and RV , consisting of 3 pages,

dated December 1, 2018, and stamped received December 14, 2018, except as modified by the following conditions.
Tagged Passions:development, boating, and Development

c. The following Planning Engineering conditions shall apply:

Tagged Passions:planning

1. Provide a runoff coefficient based on Table 6.3 of the Maricopa county Drainage Policies and Standards. Use 0.95 for commercial/industrial. The

retention required is 48,279-cf.
Tagged Passions:industrial, commercial, and stormwater

2. The plan must have a statement that says the Retention Basin will drain within 36-hours.

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 18 of 44

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

3. The plans must show the top width of the berm at the south/southwest areas of the retention basin is at least 8-feet wide.

4. The maximum fill slope is 3:1. The maximum retention basin side slope is 4:1. Provide spot elevations along the property lines to show the maximum

slopes will be constructed.
Tagged Passions:property

5. Asphalt and other impervious surfaces are not allowed within the Retention Basin.

d. This Special Use Permit shall expire 10 years from the date of approval by the Board of Supervisors. All of the site improvements shall be removed

within 60 days of such termination or expiration.

e. Noncompliance with any Maricopa County Regulation shall be grounds for initiating a revocation of this Special Use Permit as set forth in the

Maricopa County Zoning Ordinance.
Tagged Passions:regulation, ordinance, and zoning

f. The granting of this change in use of the property has been at the request of the applicant, with the consent of the landowner. The granting of

this approval allows the property to enjoy uses in excess of those permitted by the zoning existing on the date of application, subject to conditions. In the event of the failure to comply with any condition, and at the time of expiration of the Special Use Permit, the property shall revert to the zoning that existed on the date of application. It is, therefore, stipulated and agreed that either revocation due to the failure to comply with any conditions, or the expiration of the Special Use Permit, does not reduce any rights that existed on the date of application to use, divide, sell or possess the property and that there would be no diminution in value of the property from the value it held on the date of application due to such revocation or expiration of the Special Use Permit. The Special Use Permit enhances the value of the property above its value as of the date the Special Use Permit is granted and reverting to the prior zoning results in the same value of the property as if the Special Use Permit had never been granted. (C-44-19-102-M-00)
Tagged Passions:grant, zoning, events, and property

PZ-7. LUKE LANDING

Case : Z2019004

Supervisor District: 4

Applicant / Owner: Bowman Consulting / MPC Luke, LLC

Tagged Passions:services

Request: Modification of Conditions to the R-5 RUPD zoning district to reduce the rear yard setback Site Location: Generally located at the northwest

corner of Glendale Ave. and 127th Ave. in the Glendale area
Tagged Passions:zoning

Commission Recommendation: On 3/14/19, the Commission voted 6-0 to recommend approval of Z2019004 subject to conditions a w :

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

a. Development of the site shall comply with the Zoning Exhibit entitled Luke Land 58 Master Land Use Plan , consisting of one (1) 11 x 17 sheet,

dated January 14, 2015, and stamped received February 20, 2015, except as modified by the following conditions.
Tagged Passions:development, zoning, and Development

b. Development of the site shall be in conformance with the Narrative Report entitled Luke Landing , consisting of 10 pages, dated January 4, 2019,

and stamped received January 14, 2019 except as modified by the following conditions.
Tagged Passions:development and Development

c. Zoning approval is conditional per Maricopa County Zoning Ordinance, Article 304.6, and ARS 11-814 for five (5) years for the initial phase and an

additional five (5) years for each subsequent phase, within which time the subdivision infrastructure permit or construction permit for each phase must be obtained. The applicant shall submit a written report every five years from the date of Board
Tagged Passions:ordinance, construction, zoning, and subdivision

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 19 of 44

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

of Supervisors approval of Z2015002 which details the status of this project, including progress on obtaining subdivision infrastructure and/or

construction permits. The status report to be administratively reviewed by Planning and Development with the ability to administratively accept or to carry the status report to the Board of Supervisors (Board), upon recommendation by the Planning and Zoning Commission (Commission) for consideration of amendments or revocation of zoning for undeveloped parcels. Status reports will be required until completion of the initial subdivision infrastructure and/or construction permits for each zoning parcel (R-5 RUPD).
Tagged Passions:planning, construction, boards and commissions, development, zoning, subdivision, Development, and property

d. The following R-5 RUPD for the Single Family Traditional shall apply:

1. Height: 30 for detached single family residential 2. Rear Yard: 12 for attached single family residential townhome 3. Lot Area: 5,000 sq. ft.

detached SFR 3,000 sq. ft. attached SFR Townhome 4. Lot Width: 45 for detached single family residential and 30 for attached single family residential townhome 5. Lot Area Per Dwelling Unit: 5,000 sq. ft. for detached single family residential and 3,000 sq. ft. for attached single family residential townhome 6. Rear yard setback: 15 for detached single family residential

e. The following R-5 RUPD for the Neo-Traditional shall apply:

1. Front Yard: 5 2. Rear Yard: 5 or 2 for side loaded garage 3. Street side Yard: 5 4. Rear Yard: 5 5. Lot area: 2,500 sq. ft. 6. Lot Width: 45 for

detached single family residential and 30 for attached single family residential townhome 7. Lot Area Per Dwelling Unit: 2,500 sq. ft.
Tagged Passions:streets

f. The following R-5 RUPD standard for the Multiple Family shall apply: 1. Lot Area Per Dwelling Unit: 1,100 sq. ft.

g. Not less than 6 acres shall be developed as recreational open space to include playgrounds, tot lots, mini-parks and amenities. At the time of

each preliminary plat submission, the developer shall include a description of the status, cumulative acreage and proposed amenities as identified with this condition.
Tagged Passions:zoning, parks, and recreation

h. The following Engineering conditions shall apply:

1. Any application for site development must include a grading and drainage plan prepared by a licensed civil engineer in accordance with Planning

Development Form 706 (Preliminary Plat Phase) Forms 705 712B (Final Plat Building Permit Phase).
Tagged Passions:planning, development, zoning, Development, license, grading, and stormwater

2. Any application for site development will require the submission of a Traffic Impact Study prepared in accordance with MCDOT requirements.

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and traffic

3. Any application for site development will require a 40 foot wide (half-width) dedication along the 127th Avenue alignment.

Tagged Passions:development and Development

i. All interior streets within the proposed development are to be constructed to minimum County standards.

Tagged Passions:streets, development, and Development

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 20 of 44

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

j. Prior to issuance of any permits for development of the site, the applicant/property owner shall obtain the necessary encroachment permits from

the Maricopa County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) for landscaping or other improvements in the right-of-way.
Tagged Passions:development, transportation, Development, property, and encroachment

k. Prior to any Final Plat approval, the applicant shall submit to the Maricopa County Planning and Development Department a will serve letter and

verification of approval of a Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG 208) amendment from Liberty Utilities which demonstrates a willingness and capability to serve Luke Landing.
Tagged Passions:planning, utility, development, Utility, zoning, electric, and Development

l. All outdoor lighting shall conform to the Maricopa County Zoning Ordinance.

Tagged Passions:ordinance and zoning

m. Development of the site shall be in compliance with all applicable Maricopa County Air Quality rules and regulations.

Tagged Passions:regulation, development, Development, and compliance

n. An archeological survey shall be submitted to and approved by the Arizona State Historic Preservation Office prior to issuance of a grading

permit. The applicant must contact the State office prior to initiating disturbance of the site. The applicant shall provide the Planning and Development Department with written proof of compliance with this stipulation.
Tagged Passions:planning, development, historic, Development, preservation, compliance, and grading

o. The Final Plat shall have a note that the property is within an area of known land subsidence and/or earth fissuring. Further, notice that the

property is in area of known land subsidence and/or earth fissuring and a definition of both land subsidence and earth fissures shall be prominently displayed in the sales office, in the covenants, conditions and restrictions (CC Rs), and in any disclosure statements for conveyance documents.
Tagged Passions:sale, zoning, and property

p. Prior to zoning clearance or Final Plat approval, developer(s) and/or builder(s) shall establish emergency fire protection services, covering all

real property contained within the project area during course of construction and shall obtain a will serve letter substantiating coverage from the appropriate Fire District, servicing the site.
Tagged Passions:construction, fire departments and districts, zoning, services, emergency, property, and clearance

q. Variations to the development standards as indicated in the approved Unit Plan of Development (UPD) table may be varied by the Board of Adjustment

in accordance with Article 303.2.2 of the Maricopa County Zoning Ordinance (MCZO).
Tagged Passions:ordinance, development, zoning, and Development

r. The master developer shall notify future homeowners that they are located within the state- defined territory in the vicinity of a military

airport with the following language:
Tagged Passions:airport and military

You are buying a home or property in the vicinity of a military airport as described by State of Arizona statute ARS 28-8481. Your house should

include sound attenuation measures as directed by State law. You will be subject to direct over flights and noise by Luke Air Force Base jet aircraft in the vicinity.
Tagged Passions:airport, property, military, and noise

Luke Air Force Base executes over 200,000 flight operations per year, at an average of approximately 170 overflights per day. Although Luke's primary

flight paths are located within 20 miles from the base, jet noise will be apparent throughout the area as aircraft transient to and from the Barry M. Goldwater Gunnery Range and other flight training areas.
Tagged Passions:training, military, and noise

Luke Air Force Base may launch and recover aircraft in either direction off its runways oriented to the southwest and northeast. Noise will be more

noticeable during overcast sky conditions due to noise reflections off the clouds.
Tagged Passions:military and noise

Luke Air Force Base's normal flying hours extend from 7:00 a.m. until approximately midnight, Monday through Friday, but some limited flying will

occur outside these hours and during most weekends.
Tagged Passions:military

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 21 of 44

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

Such notification shall be recorded on all Final Plats, be permanently posted on not less than a 3 foot by 5 foot sign in front of all home sales

offices, be permanently posted on the front door of all home sales offices on not less than an 8 inch by 11 inch sign, and be included in all covenants, conditions, and restrictions (CC Rs) as well as the Public Report and conveyance documents.
Tagged Passions:sale and zoning

For further information, please check the Luke Air Force Base website at www.luke.af.mil/urbandevelopment or contact the Maricopa County Planning and

Development Department.
Tagged Passions:planning, development, Development, and military

s. All habitable buildings constructed within this subdivision shall be constructed to attain a noise reduction level as per ARS 28-8482(B).

Tagged Passions:subdivision and noise

t. Amendments to the site plan and narrative report shall be processed as a revised application in accordance with Maricopa County Zoning Ordinance

Article 304.9.
Tagged Passions:ordinance and zoning

u. Noncompliance with the conditions of approval will be treated as a violation in accordance with the Maricopa County Zoning Ordinance. Further,

noncompliance of the conditions of approval may be grounds for the Planning and Zoning Commission to take action in accordance with Chapter 3 (Conditional Zoning).
Tagged Passions:planning, ordinance, boards and commissions, and zoning

v. Non-compliance with the regulations administered by the Maricopa County Environmental Services Department, Maricopa County Department of

Transportation, Drainage Review Division, Planning and Development Department, or the Flood Control District of Maricopa County may be grounds for initiating a revocation of this Zone Change as set forth in the Maricopa County Zoning Ordinance.
Tagged Passions:planning, regulation, ordinance, development, zoning, transportation, services, environment, flooding, Development, compliance, and stormwater

w. The property owner/s and their successors waive claim for diminution in value if the County takes action to rescind approval due to noncompliance

with conditions. (C-44-19-103-M-00)
Tagged Passions:property

PZ-8. ZANJERO TRAILS PHASE 1C PARCEL 35A PHASE 2

Tagged Passions:trails and property

Case : S2018014

Supervisor District: 4

Applicant/Owner: HilgartWilson / Maricopa Water District

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and water

Request: Replat of Zanjero Trails Infrastructure Plat Phase 1C Parcel 35A Phase 1, containing 44 residential lots and 1 tract in the R1-6 RUPD zoning

district
Tagged Passions:zoning, trails, and property

Site Location: Generally located at the southeast corner of Bethany Home Rd. and the Beardsley Canal

Tagged Passions:watershed

Staff Recommendation: Approval (C-44-19-104-M-00)

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 22 of 44

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

STATUTORY HEARINGS - AUDIENCIAS LEGALES

Tagged Passions:legal and hearing

Clerk of the Board - Secretaria de la Junta

5. LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATIONS - APLICACIONES DE LICENCIA DE LICOR

Tagged Passions:alcohol and license

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.
Tagged Passions:alcohol, grant, hearing, and license

a. LOCATION TRANSFER FOR BARRO S PIZZA

Pursuant to A.R.S. 4-203, approve an application filed by Michael John Barro for a Location Transfer of a Series 07 Liquor License for Barro s Pizza

from 41111 North Daisy Mountain Drive 107, Anthem, Arizona 85086 to 41722 North Gavilan Peak Parkway Suite 100, Anthem, Arizona 85086. (AZ49257) (Supervisorial District 3) (C-06-19-368-L-00)
Tagged Passions:alcohol and license

b. NEW LICENSE FOR TASTY ASIAN KITCHEN

Tagged Passions:license

Pursuant to A.R.S. 4-201, approve an application filed by Qi Men Tang for a New Series 12 Liquor License for Tasty Asian Kitchen at 5115 North Dysart

Road 210, Litchfield Park, Arizona 85340. (AZ 52927) (Supervisorial District 4) (C-06-19-369-L-00)
Tagged Passions:alcohol, streets, parks, and license

c. SPECIAL EVENT LICENSE FOR THEATRE WEST

Tagged Passions:events and license

Pursuant to A.R.S. 4-203.02, approve a Special Event Liquor License Application filed by Frances P. DeWell for Theatre West at 19803 R.H. Johnson

Boulevard, Sun City West, Arizona 85375 to be held on Tuesday, May 7, 2019 from 10:30 am to 3:00 pm. (Supervisorial District 4) (C-06-19-398-L-00)
Tagged Passions:alcohol, streets, events, and license

Transportation Transportaci n

Tagged Passions:transportation

6. ROAD FILE DECLARATIONS - DECLARACIONES DE CARRETERA

Tagged Passions:streets

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.
Tagged Passions:streets, donation, Donation, purchasing, condemnation, and easement

a. ROAD FILE NO. 5918

Tagged Passions:streets

Convene a hearing for Road File No. 5918 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. 5918. 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: Broadway Road and Mountain Road. Supervisor District No. 2) (C-64-19- 136-M-01)

Tagged Passions:streets

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 23 of 44

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

b. ROAD FILE NO. 5919

Tagged Passions:streets

Convene a hearing for Road File No. 5919 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. 5919. 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: Broadway Road and Signal Butte Road. Supervisor District No. 2) (C-64- 19-137-M-01)

Tagged Passions:streets

c. ROAD FILE NO. 5925

Tagged Passions:streets

Convene a hearing for Road File No. 5925 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. 5925.
Tagged Passions:streets and transportation

Legal description identified as Exhibit A , is attached.

Tagged Passions:legal

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

(General Vicinity: Ellsworth Road and University Drive. Supervisor District No. 2) (C-64-19- 138-M-01)

Tagged Passions:streets and university

d. ROAD FILE NO. 5927

Tagged Passions:streets

Convene a hearing for Road File No. 5927 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. 5927. 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: 98th St. and Apache Trail. Supervisor District No. 2) (C-64-19-139-M-01)

Tagged Passions:trails

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 24 of 44

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

e. ROAD FILE NO. 5931

Tagged Passions:streets

Convene a hearing for Road File No. 5931 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. 5931. 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: University Drive and 64th Street. Supervisor District No. 2) (C-64-19-140- M-01)

Tagged Passions:streets and university

f. ROAD FILE NO. 5921

Tagged Passions:streets

Convene a hearing for Road File No. 5921 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. 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

g. 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

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 25 of 44

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

h. 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 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

i. ROAD FILE NO. 5922

Tagged Passions:streets

Convene a hearing for Road File No. 5922 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. 5922. 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: University Drive and Power Road. Supervisor District No. 2) (C-64-19-121- M-01)

Tagged Passions:streets and university

j. ROAD FILE NO. 5928

Tagged Passions:streets

Convene a hearing for Road File No. 5928 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. 5928. 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: Apache Trail and 80th Street. Supervisor District No. 2) (C-64-19-119-M- 01)

Tagged Passions:streets and trails

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 26 of 44

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

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

Tagged Passions:arts

COUNTY OFFICERS - OFICIALES DE CONDADO

County Attorney - Procurador del Condado

Tagged Passions:legal

7. ADDITIONAL VICTIM COMPENSATION FUNDING FROM THE ARIZONA CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Tagged Passions:compensation and funding

COMMISSION

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

Approve acceptance of 51,800 in additional grant funds from the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission. These funds come from the FY 2018-2019 Arizona

Crime Victim Compensation program administered by the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission. Of these monies, 6,800 are State funds, and 45,000 are Federal funds under CFDA 16.576. The Arizona Criminal Justice Commission Grant Number VC-19-056 agreement commenced July 1, 2018 and will terminate on June 30, 2019. Authorize the Chairman to sign all applicable documents.
Tagged Passions:compensation, funding, grant, boards and commissions, program, and crime

These monies are to be used for the benefit of victims of crime through the Maricopa County Victim Compensation Program and cannot be used for

indirect costs (Agreement, Page 6, Paragraph 35). The Maricopa County Attorney's Office's composite indirect cost rate for FY19 is 13.5 , or 6,993. The recoverable indirect cost of administering these additional grant funds is 0; the non- recoverable indirect cost is 6,993. Non-recoverable indirect costs will be covered by the departmental general fund budget. This grant is competitive and does not require a match or on- going cash contributions after the grant period end date.
Tagged Passions:compensation, funding, grant, legal, budget, program, and crime

Also approve the following budget adjustment: Pursuant to A.R.S. 42-17106, approve appropriation adjustment(s) resulting in a net increase to revenue

and expenditures of 51,800 in FY 2018-2019 County Attorney (D190) Grants Fund (219) Operating (1000) budget. Grant revenues are not local revenues for the purpose of the constitutional expenditure limitation, and therefore, expenditure of these revenues is not prohibited by the budget law. This request does not alter the budget constraining the expenditures of local revenues duly adopted by the Board pursuant to A.R.S. 42-17105.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, legal, and budget

These additional funds are in the amount of 51,800 and the original agreement was in the amount of 2,344,950. The Maricopa County Attorney's Office

was designated by the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission as the Victim Compensation Operational Unit for Maricopa County. The purpose of this award is to provide compensation awards to victims of criminally injurious conduct occurring within the Operational Unit s jurisdiction. The Operational Unit assures compliance with the Crime Victim Compensation Program rules, R10-4-101 through R10-4-108 et. seq., the guidelines for Crime Victim Organizational audit requirements of OMB Circular A-133, audits of States, Local Government and Non-Profit Organizations, and 28 CFR Part 66.32. There are no matching funds required to accept these additional funds. There is no expectation of continued funding. The County Attorney has received this funding for more than 24 years with most recent funding in FY2019. (C-19-18-062-G-01)
Tagged Passions:compensation, funding, legal, boards and commissions, program, compliance, audit, and crime

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 27 of 44

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

Sheriff - Alguacil

Tagged Passions:public safety

8. AMENDMENT TO SUB-GRANTEE AGREEMENT FROM THE ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF

HOMELAND SECURITY - PROJECT 170204-02

Tagged Passions:security and Immigration

Approve Amendment 2 to the Sub-grantee Agreement from the Arizona Department of Homeland Security, Project 170204-02. This amendment extends the

expiration date of the Agreement from March 31, 2019 until December 31, 2019. All other terms and conditions remain the same.
Tagged Passions:security and Immigration

Approval of this item enables the Sheriff s Office to complete the purchase of computer software modules, services and maintenance/support for the

AZLink/CopLink Project as well as complete GIS Training for the platform.
Tagged Passions:GIS, public safety, services, purchasing, training, information technology, and Information Technology

This is a reoccurring grant award. It was competitively bid. It is not a mandated function; however, it furthers the Sheriff s Public Safety mandate.

There is no matching requirement. The original funding award is 190,000. 129,200, or 68 has been expended. The Indirect Costs, calculated to be 37,810 with the original award, are not recoverable and are absorbed within the Sheriff s Office general fund appropriation. (C-50-18-030-G-02)
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, funding, grant, and public safety

9. AMENDMENT TO SUB-RECIPIENT AGREEMENT FROM ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF

HOMELAND SECURITY PROJECT 170204-01

Tagged Passions:security and Immigration

Approve Amendment 2 to the Subgrantee Agreement from the Arizona Department of Homeland Security, Project 170204-01, MCSO multiple input, multiple

output (MIMO) mesh network technology for helicopters project to extend the expiration date of the Agreement from March 31, 2019 until May 31, 2019. All other terms and conditions remain the same.
Tagged Passions:security, Technology, technology, and Immigration

The original Agreement (C-50-18-034-G-00) was approved by the Board of Supervisors on November 29, 2017 with term of October 1, 2017 through

September 30, 2018. Amendment 1 (C- 50-18-034-G-01) was approved on November 28, 2018.

This Amendment extends the amount of time available to the project which will enable the Sheriff s Office to complete the installation of the

equipment purchased for the helicopters. The equipment has successfully been installed on one of the two helicopters. The second helicopter is with the installer with estimated completion of the installation before the end of May 2019.
Tagged Passions:equipment, public safety, and purchasing

This item pertains to a reoccurring grant award. It was competitively bid. It is not a mandated function; however, it furthers the Sheriff s Public

Safety mandate. There is no matching requirement or future or on-going contributions after the grant period ends. The original funding of 147,000 is unchanged and indirect costs were not applicable because the funding was designated for capital equipment purchase. (C-50-18-034-G-02)
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, funding, grant, equipment, public safety, and purchasing

10. ACCEPT FUNDS FROM ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION FOR THE FY2020

Tagged Passions:funding and education

INDIVIDUALS WITH DISAB ILITIES EDUCATION ACT (IDEA) BASIC ENTITLEMENT

Tagged Passions:education

Approve acceptance of 34,710.57 in continued and recurring grant funding from the Arizona Department of Education, for the FY2020 Individuals with

Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Basic Entitlement. This funding has been awarded for the last sixteen (16) years and provides contracted special education consulting services for staff training and IDEA implementation along with a variety of contracted professional services for juvenile inmates. The term of this funding is from July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, contract, services, training, education, and special education

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 28 of 44

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 Sheriff s Office indirect cost rate for FY2020 is 18.3 . Total indirect costs associated with this award are estimated to be 5,671.46 of which

3,718.99 is allowable and recoverable. Unrecoverable indirect costs associated with this funding are estimated to be 1,952.47 There is a cap of 12 on operating costs. A cash or non-cash match is non-applicable.
Tagged Passions:funding and public safety

The award is non-competitive and is based on number of eligible students and enrollment. This award supports a continuing mandated function.

Tagged Passions:students and enrollment

Grant revenues are not local revenues for the purpose of the constitutional expenditure limitation, and therefore, expenditures of these revenues are

not prohibited by the budget law.
Tagged Passions:grant and budget

The priority use for these funds is to ensure Maricopa County Jail Education Programs follow state and federal special education requirements. These

funds will be used to contract with special education consultants to work with staff in implementing the IDEA Laws and Regulations, to assist staff in providing transitional services and to assist in special education program improvement efforts. The Sheriff's Office has participated in the County Jails Education Program for many years. (C-50-19-068-G-00)
Tagged Passions:funding, regulation, contract, public safety, services, program, education, jail, and special education

11. RESOLUTION APPROVING THE SUBMISSION OF PROJECTS FOR CONSIDERATION IN

ARIZONA S 2020 HIGHWAY SAFETY PLAN AND ONE-TIME ADDITION TO FLEET

Adopt a Resolution approving application and acceptance of up to 487,260 in reimbursable grant funding from the Governor s Office of Highway Safety

(GOHS). This pass-through federal funding will be used for overtime, training and equipment, to accomplish projects relating to highway safety.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, equipment, and training

This resolution for Maricopa County specifically approves the filing and acceptance of grant funding from the priority Program areas: 1) of Accident

Investigation ( 65,200); 2) Impaired Driving (DUI Enforcement Underage Drinking Enforcement) ( 296,413); 3) Police Traffic Services (/Speed Control and Buckle Up AZ) ( 83,647); and 4) Warrant Detail ( 42,000). The anticipated term of the funding is October 1, 2019 through September 30, 2020.
Tagged Passions:alcohol, funding, grant, public safety, services, program, and traffic

The Sheriff's Office has received this funding for approximately 20 years, and it is re-occurring. This award is competitive. There is no match

requirement; however, the Sheriff s Office will be responsible for funding the difference in cost between the 40 allowable employer related expense reimbursement and the actual percent of 69.39 , which is 69,948. This funding does not allow indirect cost recovery. The Sheriff s Office indirect cost rate for FY2019 is 18.3 . Capital equipment purchases comprise 58,023 of the 487,260 total for an indirect cost base of 429,237. Unrecoverable indirect costs associated with this grant funding are estimated to be 78,550. There are no future or ongoing contributions required after the grant ends. This funding supports and enhances the Sheriff s Office mandate.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, equipment, public safety, and purchasing

Also approve a one-time addition to fleet of a Patrol Vehicle that will be equipped with two radios and MDC and docking stations to be funded through

the DUI Enforcement component of this project. Specific vehicle information to be provided following acquisition.
Tagged Passions:radio, boating, and Enhanced 911

Grant revenues are not local revenues for the purpose of the constitutional expenditure limitation, and therefore, expenditures of these revenues are

not prohibited by the budget law.
Tagged Passions:grant and budget

This funding is earmarked primarily for overtime expense, training, services, and the purchase of program related equipment items that include a

patrol vehicle with radios and MDC. (C-50-19-067- G-00)
Tagged Passions:funding, equipment, radio, services, program, purchasing, training, and Enhanced 911

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 29 of 44

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

12. COMPETITION IMPRACTICABLE WITH TELEDYNE SEABOTIX FOR REPLACEMENT OF SEABOTIX ROV (REMOTELY OPERATED VEHICLE)

Approve a single source competition impracticable for the Sheriff s Office acquisition of a replacement Seabotix Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV),

that acts as the main underwater unit for the search and rescue team, estimated to cost 223,450 plus any applicable tax and shipping, to be purchased from the Sheriff s Office General Fund.
Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, public safety, and purchasing

Seabotix is the manufacturer and sole provider of the Seabotix ROV. It is critical to maintain consistency with the ROB platform to ensure that MCSO

search and rescue staff can easily transition to the new unit having instant operational and maintenance knowledge.

The Chief Procurement Officer can approve procurements up to 100,000. This request is over 100,000 and must be submitted as an agenda item to the

Board of Supervisors for consideration.
Tagged Passions:purchasing

Approve a one-time addition to fleet of this item for which the life expectancy is estimated to be 7 8 years. (C-50-19-069-3-00)

13. ONE-TIME ADDITION TO FLEET GOLF CART

Tagged Passions:golf

Approve a one-time addition to fleet of one, gas-powered, street legal, four-seat golf cart to be used by the Sheriff s Professional Standards Bureau

(PSB), with an estimated value of 10,500 plus any make ready costs. This item, plus estimated annual operating costs of 500 are to be paid by the General Fund, Professional Standards Bureau. This vehicle will be retired at the end of its useful life with no funding from the general fund for replacement and is expected to be in service at least ten years.
Tagged Passions:funding, legal, streets, retirement, public safety, and golf

This vehicle will be used to escort and transport employees with temporary physical medical conditions and those working early hours to and from

parking garages or lots. It will also be used to transport employees and documents between PSB, MCSO Head Quarters, and Courts; and for patrolling surrounding areas of PSB. Specific vehicle information will be available after the item is procured by Equipment Services.
Tagged Passions:equipment, legal, services, parking, and court

The vehicle that was previously used for these purposes was a one-time addition to fleet that reached end of life in October. (C-50-19-066-V-00)

14. PERMANENT ADDITIONS TO FLEET AND EXEMPTIONS FROM MARKINGS

Approve 17 permanent additions to fleet as follows:

A. Detention Fund (255); 7 Vehicles: Estimated Acquisition Cost: 212,400. Specific vehicle information will be available from Equipment Services

after the vehicles are purchased and added to the fleet.
Tagged Passions:equipment, services, purchasing, and detention

1) One (1) Sedan (Impala or Taurus) for use at 4th avenue Jail; Estimated cost: 26,500.

Tagged Passions:jail

2) Two (2) Full Size SUVs, one for use as facility pool vehicle at new ITR and the other to use as a Commander vehicle. Estimated cost: 68,000.

Tagged Passions:facility

3) One (1) Golf Cart 2 seats with utility bed, for use at ITR Estimated cost: 9,900.

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and golf

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 30 of 44

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

4) One (1) Full Size 3/4 Ton Pickup with lift gate, for use at ITR. Estimated cost: 35,000.

5) One (1) Full Sized Ton, Short Bed 4 x 2 Pickup for use in Custody Business Operations; minimal markings Estimated cost: 38,000.

Tagged Passions:business

6) One (1) Mini Passenger Transport Van for Institutional Services. Estimated cost: 35,000

Tagged Passions:services

FY 2020 Get Ready cost for these vehicles is estimated to be 29,800.

Annual operating expense is anticipated to be 30,500 total to be paid from the Detention Fund (255) by cost centers to which the vehicles are

assigned.
Tagged Passions:detention

Authorize these additions to the County s Detention Fund (255) replacement plan.

Tagged Passions:detention

B. General Fund; 10 Vehicles: Estimated Acquisition Cost: 398,000. Specific vehicle information will be available from Equipment Services after the

vehicles are purchased and added to the fleet.
Tagged Passions:equipment, services, and purchasing

1) One (1) compact SUV, one-time addition to be used in Pre-Employment for job fairs and recruitment activities, minimal markings. Estimated cost:

22,000.
Tagged Passions:employment

2) Four (4) full size SUV's: 2 for Court Security and 2 for District I; also approve four exemptions from markings. Estimated cost: 156,000 ( 39,000

x 4).
Tagged Passions:legal, security, and court

3) One (1) One-Ton crew cab, long bed 4 x 4 truck with lift gate for use at the Impound lot. Estimated cost: 53,000.

Tagged Passions:transportation

4) Three (3) F150, 4 x 4, 1/2 ton, quad cab, standard bed, for use at MCSO Range; also approve three exemptions from markings. Estimated cost:

114,000 ( 38,000 x 3).

5) One (1) one ton 4 x 4 full size crew cab truck with shell and slide out drawers for use by the bomb squad (replacing F350). Estimated cost:

53,000.
Tagged Passions:transportation

FY 2020 Get Ready cost, including 50,000 for the Bomb Truck, is estimated to be 105,000.

Tagged Passions:transportation

There is no additional operating expense anticipated because these vehicles replace one-time additions to fleet that will be sent to auction.

Authorize these additions to the County s General Fund (100) vehicle replacement plan.
Tagged Passions:auction

These items were in the Sheriff s Office FY 2020 above base request for non-recurring. Approval of this item allows the Sheriff to purchase these

items using funds available in the FY 2019 appropriation and reduces the FY 2020 one-time item request. (C-50-19-070-V-00)
Tagged Passions:funding, public safety, and purchasing

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 31 of 44

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

COUNTY OFFICES AND DEPARTMENTS DEPARTAMENTOS Y OFICINAS DEL CONDADO

Air Quality - Calidad del Aire

15. ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGE TO RECOGNIZE NEW OWNER AND LESSOR UNDER LEASE L-

Tagged Passions:recognition and leasing

7479

Approve an administrative change to Lease Agreement No. L-7479 to recognize IP BPG City Square, LLC, an Arizona registered Delaware limited liability

company, as the new property owner and successor Lessor with regards to the office space lease at 3800 N. Central Avenue, Suites 1200, 1400 and 1700, Phoenix, Arizona.
Tagged Passions:recognition, leasing, and property

Pursuant to Section 10 of Lease Agreement L-7479, approved by the Board of Supervisors via C- 85-19-002-1-00, the County received formal notice on

March 21, 2019 that IP BPG City Square, LLC, is the new property owner and successor Lessor of the Lease Agreement via Trustee s Deed as recorded with the County Recorder on March 11, 2019 via instrument number 2019-0166571. All rent payments and notices required under the lease shall be sent to current property manager now on file. All other terms and conditions of the subject Lease Agreement remain unchanged. As such this agenda item is for informational purposes only. (C-85-19-002-1-01)
Tagged Passions:leasing, property, and manager

Animal Care and Control Services - Servicios de Control y Cuidado de Animales

Tagged Passions:services

16. DONATION FROM TWO PUPS WELLNESS FUND FOR MEDICAL TREATMENT AND

Tagged Passions:donation and Donation

MICROCHIPS

Accept the restricted monetary donation in the amount of 10,520 from Two Pups Wellness Fund, through the Arizona Community Foundation, to be used for

the following:
Tagged Passions:donation and Donation

* 520.00 for the purchase of microchips for dogs returned to their owners.

Tagged Passions:pets and purchasing

* 10,000.00 for the treatment of shelter animals whose medical needs require additional or supplemental medications and/or veterinary treatment that

cannot be provided by Animal Care Control.

Donation funds are not local revenues for the purpose of the constitutional expenditure limitations and therefore expenditures of these revenues are

not prohibited by the budget law. The approval of this action requested does not alter the budget constraining the expenditure of local revenues duly adopted by the Board pursuant to A.R.S. 42-17105. (C-79-19-091-D-00)
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, donation, and Donation

17. DONATIONS IN EXCESS OF 250 FOR FEBRUARY 2019

Tagged Passions:donation and Donation

Accept the unrestricted monetary donations from Juliet Chamberlain ( 300), Scott Glaser ( 350), Danielle Ivanova ( 500), and Margaret Clarke ( 605),

totaling 1,755 for the care of the animals.
Tagged Passions:donation and Donation

Donation funds are not local revenues for the purpose of the constitutional expenditure limitations and therefore expenditures of these revenues are

not prohibited by the budget law. The approval of this action requested does not alter the budget constraining the expenditure of local revenues duly adopted by the Board pursuant to A.R.S. 42-17105. (C-79-19-092-D-00)
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, donation, and Donation

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 32 of 44

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

18. NEW HOPE AGREEMENT WITH FRIENDS FOR LIFE ANIMAL RESCUE

Approve an agreement between Friends for Life Animal Rescue, 952 Melody Avenue, Gilbert, AZ 85233 and Maricopa County, administered by Maricopa

County Animal Care and Control, to allow said rescue to transfer animals that have been deemed eligible for the New Hope program. Maricopa County will provide a rabies vaccination, dog license tag, and new owner transfer fee within the first year of transfer, for each dog three months of age or older at no cost to the Contractor. The cost for these services is 51 for each animal transferred in FY 2019 and 52 for each animal transferred thereafter. Animal Care and Control estimates 252 New Hope transfers over the term of the agreement for a total of 13,090. The term of this agreement is three (3) years from the date of execution by the Board. (C-79-19-093-3-00)
Tagged Passions:pets, services, program, and license

Correctional Health - Salud Correccional

Tagged Passions:health and jail

19. DONATION FROM OTSUKA AMERICA PHARM, INC. FOR LONG ACTING INJECTABLE

Tagged Passions:donation and Donation

Accept the donation of twenty-five (25) Abilify Maintena Dual Chamber 400mg Long Acting Injectable (LAI) Anti-Psychotic medications. These LAI's are

donated at no cost to Maricopa County.
Tagged Passions:donation and Donation

Maricopa County Department of Correctional Health Services (MCDCHS) will utilize LAI medications to treat patients who may benefit from these types

of pharmaceuticals.
Tagged Passions:health, services, and jail

The donation value of the LAI's is as follows: Name Dosage Quantity Cost Per Dosage Total Value Abilify Maintena Dual Chamber 400mg 25 2,014.32

50,358.00
Tagged Passions:donation and Donation

Donation funds are not local revenues for the purpose of the constitutional expenditure limitation and therefore expenditures of these revenues are

not prohibited by the budget law. The approval of this action requested does not alter the budget constraining the expenditure of local revenues duly adopted by the Board pursuant to A.R.S. 42-17105. (C-26-19-016-D-00)
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, donation, and Donation

20. DONATION FROM JANSSEN PHARMACEUTICALS, INC.

Tagged Passions:donation and Donation

Accept the donation of twenty-four (24) Invega Sustena 156mg and (54) Invega Sustena 234mg Long Acting Injectable (LAI) Anti-Psychotic medications.

These LAI's are donated at no cost to Maricopa County.
Tagged Passions:donation and Donation

Maricopa County Department of Correctional Health Services (MCDHS) will utilize LAI medications to treat patients who may benefit from these types of

pharmaceuticals.
Tagged Passions:health, services, and jail

The donation value of the LAI's is as follows: Name Dosage Quantity Cost Per Dosage Total Value Invega Sustena 156mg 24 1,607.39 38,577.36 Invega

Sustena 234 mg 54 2,443.29 131,937.66
Tagged Passions:donation and Donation

Donation funds are not local revenues for the purpose of the constitutional expenditure limitation and therefore expenditures of these revenues are

not prohibited by the budget law. The approval of this action requested does not alter the budget constraining the expenditure of local revenues duly adopted by the Board pursuant to A.R.S. 42-17105. (C-26-19-017-D-00)
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, donation, and Donation

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 33 of 44

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

Environmental Services - Servicios Ambientales

Tagged Passions:services and environment

21. BOARD OF HEALTH FEE WAIVER REIMBURSEMENT

Tagged Passions:health

Approve a fund transfer of 51,507.50 from the General Fund (100) to the Environmental Services Environmental Health Fund (506). The purpose of the

transfer is to reimburse Environmental Services for Fee Waivers approved by the Board of Health pursuant to C-88-12-010-7-00. Pursuant to A.R.S. 42- 17106B, authorize the transfer of FY2019 expenditure authority in the amount of 51,507.50 from Non Departmental (D470) General Fund (100) Non Recurring Non Project (NRNP) Contingency (4711) to Non Departmental (D470) General Fund (100) Non Recurring Non Project (NRNP) Other Programs (4712) to the line item titled Board of Health Fee Waiver Fund Transfer for the reimbursement of the Environmental Services fee waivers approved by the Board of Health. Also authorize an increase in revenue authority in the amount of 51,507.50 in Environmental Services (D880) Environmental Services Environmental Health Fund (506) Non Recurring Non Project (NRNP) and increase expenditure authority in the amount of 51,507.50 in Non Departmental (D470) Grants Fund (249) Non Recurring Non Project (NRNP) with offsetting revenue and expenditure adjustments in Eliminations (D980) Eliminations Fund(900) Non Recurring Non Project (NRNP). This action will have a net zero impact on the overall County budget.
Tagged Passions:grant, health, budget, services, program, and environment

Board of Supervisors item C-88-12-010-7-00, approved on June 20, 2012, authorized reimbursement to the Environmental Services Fee Fund for fees

waived by the Board of Health for its work on behalf of the Board of Supervisors. At the Board of Health meeting on Monday, February 25, 2019, the Board of Health approved fee waivers totaling 51,507.50 Environmental Services requests reimbursement pursuant to C-88-12- 010-7-00. (C-88-19-007-L-00)
Tagged Passions:health, services, and environment

22. AMENDMENT TO IGA WITH CITY OF PHOENIX FOR SOLID WASTE LANDFILL DISPOSAL

Tagged Passions:landfill, utility, solid waste, and Utility

AND PROCESSING OF RECYCLABLE MATERIALS

Tagged Passions:materials

Approve and authorize the Chairman to sign and execute Amendment No. 3 to an Agreement between City Of Phoenix (3) and Maricopa County through the

Environmental Services Department. The purpose of this amendment is to extend the agreement until December 31, 2019; added additional definitions; and changes to compensation schedule. This amendment is effective from January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2019. All other terms and conditions of the Agreement remain in full force and effect. (C-67-14-003-3-05)
Tagged Passions:compensation, services, and environment

23. ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGE TO RECOGNIZE NEW OWNER AND LESSOR UNDER LEASE L-

Tagged Passions:recognition and leasing

7480

Approve an administrative change to Lease Agreement No. L-7480 to recognize IP BPG City Square, LLC, an Arizona registered Delaware limited liability

company, as the new property owner and successor Lessor with regards to the office space lease at 3800 N. Central Avenue, Suites 300 and 1220, Phoenix, Arizona.
Tagged Passions:recognition, leasing, and property

Pursuant to Section 10 of Lease Agreement L-7480, approved by the Board of Supervisors via C- 88-19-001-1-00, the County received formal notice on

March 21, 2019 that IP BPG City Square, LLC, is the new property owner and successor Lessor of the Lease Agreement via Trustee s Deed as recorded with the County Recorder on March 11, 2019 via instrument number 2019-0166571. All rent payments and notices required under the lease shall be sent to current property manager now on file. All other terms and conditions of the subject Lease Agreement remain unchanged. As such this agenda item is for informational purposes only. (C-88-19-001-1-01)
Tagged Passions:leasing, property, and manager

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 34 of 44

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

Finance - Finanzas

Tagged Passions:finance

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

Tagged Passions:funding and public safety

Approve regular and routine fund transfers, warrant reports 03/08/2019 through 03/21/2019, 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-06-19-397-7-00)
Tagged Passions:funding and public safety

Human Resources - Recursos Humanos

Tagged Passions:human resources

25. AMENDMENT TO FY2019 NON DEPARTMENTAL NON RECURRING BUDGET

Tagged Passions:budget

In accordance with A.R.S. 42-17106(B), authorize the following transfer of expenditure authority within the FY 2019 Non Departmental (D470) General

Fund (100) Non Recurring Non Project (NRNP) budget: a) Decrease the expenditure appropriation in the line Unreserved Contingency (4711) by 31,950; b) Increase the expenditure appropriation in the line Park Rangers PSPRS Accrued Liability (4712) by 31,950.
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, and parks

These actions will have a County-wide net impact of zero and they do not alter the budget constraining the expenditure of local revenues duly adopted

by the Board pursuant to A.R.S. 42- 17105.
Tagged Passions:budget

Approval of this action will allow the Human Resources Department to make payment to the Public Safety Personnel Retirement System for the unfunded

accrued liability in the Maricopa County Park Rangers - System 202 (C-31-19-036-2-00)
Tagged Passions:retirement, personnel, public safety, seniors, parks, and human resources

26. 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 of bi- weekly stipends for management/professional assignments (MPA) based upon the employee s full- time equivalent (FTE) status.
Tagged Passions:compensation and market

Update Range: Educator Assistant: 11.00 min - 15.30 max ( 22,880 - 31,824) (C-31-19-037-6-00)

27. AFFILIATION AGREEMENT WITH ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY

Tagged Passions:university

Approve an Affiliation Student Placement Agreement between the Arizona Board of Regents, on behalf of Arizona State University (ASU), and Maricopa

County, for the purpose of providing educational experience for ASU students. The intent of this agreement is to provide internships that enrich and educate future leaders about Maricopa County government.
Tagged Passions:university and students

This general agreement between Maricopa County and ASU may be used for unpaid interns (volunteer), interns offered a stipend not entitled to wages,

and interns hired and treated as temporary employees. This agreement does not restrict interns hired as temporary employees from receiving wages or other forms of compensation offered to temporary employees. This agreement is effective from April 24, 2019 until April 24, 2024.
Tagged Passions:compensation and volunteer

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 35 of 44

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 agreement does not supersede or replace any existing internship agreements at Maricopa County. In cases where interns receive a stipend or

wages, departments will absorb any related costs within existing budget appropriations. (C-31-14-029-3-04)
Tagged Passions:funding and budget

Human Services - Servicios Humanos

Tagged Passions:services

28. ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGE TO RECOGNIZE NEW OWNER/LESSOR UNDER LEASE L-7330

Tagged Passions:recognition and leasing

Approve an administrative change to Lease Agreement No. C-22-03-110-4/L-7330 to recognize 2150 Country Club, LLC, an Arizona limited liability

company, as the new property owner and successor Lessor and Cushman Wakefield US, Inc. as the new property manager with regards to the Human Services Department office space lease at 2150 S. Country Club Road, Mesa, AZ.
Tagged Passions:recognition, leasing, streets, services, property, and manager

The County recently received formal notice on March 21, 2019 that 2150 Country Club, LLC is the new property owner and successors in interest to

BAR/JCR PHX Flex Investors, LLC via Special Warranty Deed as recorded with the County Recorder on March 20, 2019, at instrument number 2019-0192867. All rent payments and Notices due under the Agreement shall be sent to 2150 Country Club, LLC c/o Cushman Wakefield, 7420 S. Kyrene Road, Suite 101, Tempe, AZ 85283. The lease expires June 30, 2021. Section 1 of Amendment 3 of the lease allows County to terminate upon 120-day written notice to the Lessor.
Tagged Passions:leasing, streets, and property

This lease is funded through a grant by the U.S. Department of Health and Human (DHHS)/Administration for Children and Families (ACF), Office of Head

Start (OHS) (C-22-16-011-G C-22-15-036-G). This agreement does not impact the County General Funds. Supervisory District: 2 (C-22-03-110-4-10)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, leasing, preschool, poverty, and family services

Medical Examiner - M dico Forense

29. DISPOSITION OF SUPPLIES FROM OFFICE OF THE MEDICAL EXAMINER

Approve as provided by the Maricopa County Procurement Code, Section MC1-803(E), the sale of surplus supplies purchased by the Maricopa County Office

of the Medical Examiner by selling them to the Arizona State Department of Public Safety Crime Lab. The sale involves 20.5 boxes of ELISA kits, consumables used in forensic toxicology testing: OPIATES -- 2 boxes (Expire April 2019), 840 FENTANYL 2 boxes (Expire May 2019), 1018 BARBITURATES 2 boxes (Expire April 30, 2019), 840 BENZODIAZEPINES 2 boxes (Expire May 2019), 840 METHAMPHETAMINE 2 boxes (Expire May 2019), 840 OXYCODONE/OXYMORPHONE 2 boxes (Expire 4/30/19), 840 BE (COCAINE METABOLITE) 2 boxes (Expire 5/31/19), 840 THC 6.5 boxes (Expire 5/31/19), 2730
Tagged Passions:drugs, sale, public safety, surplus, purchasing, methamphetamine, opioid abuse, and crime

Because the kits expire within weeks, AZ State DPS is purchasing them for 2000.

Tagged Passions:purchasing

THIS ITEM REQUIRES THE UNANIMOUS CONSENT OF THE BOARD. (C-29-19-005-M-00)

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Page 36 of 44

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

30. AMENDMENT TO CONTRACT WITH DIGNITY HEALTH FOR COMMUNITY HEALTH NEEDS

Tagged Passions:health and contract

ASSESSMENT REPORT

Approve Amendment 5 to the Contract between Dignity Health and Maricopa County by and through its Department of Public Health (MCDPH), Office of

Epidemiology (OE), in order to continue participating in the Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). The contract is amended as follows:
Tagged Passions:health and contract

C. Section III, Work Statement, Service Goals A, 3. is changed from:

Kindred Rehabilitation Hospital, to Dignity Health East Valley Rehabilitation Hospital

Tagged Passions:health, hospital, and healthcare

II. All other terms and conditions of the original contract and its amendments shall remain in full force and effect. (C-86-15-049-3-07)

Tagged Passions:contract

31. PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT WITH DIGNITY COMMUNITY CARE FOR IMMUNIZATIONS

Approve a Partnership Agreement (PA) between Maricopa County by and through the Department of Public Health (MCDPH) and Dignity Community Care dba

Chandler Regional Medical Center to provide vaccines to eligible children and adults at community based locations throughout Maricopa County. The term of this Agreement is May 1, 2019 through April 30, 2020 with automatic annual renewals. Either party may terminate this Agreement at any time. (C-86-19-044-3-00)
Tagged Passions:health

32. AFFILIATION AGREEMENT WITH GLENDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT 40

Tagged Passions:education

Approve the Affiliation Agreement with Glendale Elementary School District 40 to provide clinical nutrition training experience for graduate students

in the dietetic internship. The agreement is non- financial, and the term is to be from March 1, 2019 through June 30, 2023.
Tagged Passions:finance, training, education, nutrition, and students

As a part of its established accredited dietetic internship program, the Department of Public Health seeks to provide its dietetic interns with a

broad and diverse practicum experience. This agreement with GESD will allow dietetic interns to continue to receive approved practicum experience in clinical nutrition. Supervised by GESD registered dietitians in GESD facilities, interns would continue to be responsible to Public Health. This agreement is non-financial, and does not affect the County general fund. (C-86-19-046-3-00)
Tagged Passions:health, finance, program, and nutrition

33. AFFILIATION AGREEMENT WITH ALHAMBRA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT 68

Tagged Passions:education

Approve the Affiliation Agreement with Alhambra Elementary School District 68 to provide clinical nutrition training experience for graduate students

in the dietetic internship. The agreement is non- financial, and the term is to be from March 1, 2019 through June 30, 2023.
Tagged Passions:finance, training, education, nutrition, and students

[ See More ]
Council Map

Welcome!

Monitor up to five cities and counties and get alerts when they plan to vote on topics you're passionate about.