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Board of Supervisors

Pima County

Meeting Agenda

MEETING LOCATION Administration Bldg - East 130 W. Congress Street

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1st Floor Tucson, AZ 85701

Board of Supervisors' Hearing Room9:00 AMTuesday, May 7, 2019

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

1. ROLL CALL

2. INVOCATION

To be offered by Reverend Kelley Dick, Saguaro Christian Church.

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3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

4. PAUSE 4 PAWS

PRESENTATION

5. Chuck Catino Community Leadership Award Presentation of the Chuck Catino Community Leadership Award to Chuck Hill, Volunteer Leader for Green

Valley and Pima County. (District 4)
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PRES_ChuckCatinoCommunityLeadershipAwardAttachments:

PRESENTATION/PROCLAMATION

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6. Presentation of a proclamation to Terry Luna and Adam Stewart, Pima Federal Credit Union; Randy Roger, Barbara Lasky-Wilson and Annalisa Moreno,

Tucson Association of REALTORS; and Patty Gonzalez and Danny Knee, Community Investment Corporation, proclaiming the month of June 2019 to be: HOME OWNERSHIP MONTH
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PROC_HomeOwnershipMonthAttachments:

7. CALL TO THE PUBLIC

EXECUTIVE SESSION (Clerk's Note: In addition to the executive session listed below, pursuant to A.R.S. 38-431.03(A)(3) the Board of Supervisors, or

the Board sitting as other boards, may vote to go into executive session for the purpose of obtaining legal advice from its counsel with respect to any item listed on this agenda or any addendum thereto.)
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8. Pursuant to A.R.S. 38-431.03(A) (3) and (4), for legal advice and direction regarding a proposed settlement in Jennifer Chansley, et al. v. County

of Pima, Pima County Superior Court Case No. C20181178.
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PCA_ExecSession-JenniferChansleyAttachments:

9. APPROVAL OF CONSENT CALENDAR

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BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

10. UNFINISHED BUSINESS (4/16/19) Community Law Enforcement Partnership Commission Transfer of Administration and Management of the Commission.

(District 2)
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BOS_CLEPCAdministrationAttachments:

11. Ajo Improvement Company RESOLUTION NO. 2019 - 30, of the Board of Supervisors, opposing the Ajo Improvement Company s application filings to the

Arizona Corporation Commission for rate increases in their wastewater, electric and water divisions. (District 3)
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BOS_ResoAjoImprovementCompanyAttachments:

CLERK OF THE BOARD

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

waivers.
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CL_RedemptionWaiverofExemptionAttachments:

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND NEIGHBORHOOD CONSERVATION

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13. Annual Action Plan RESOLUTION NO. 2019 - 31, of the Board of Supervisors, to approve submission of the Annual Action Plan 2019-2020 to the U.S.

Department of Housing and Urban Development.
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FY 2019/2020 Pima County Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program Location-Applicant/Program/Activity/District/Request/Recommendation Ajo

Center for Sustainable Agriculture/Seeds of Future/ps/3/ 38,200/ 28,000 Ajo Community Health Center, d.b.a. Desert Senita Community Health Center/Health Center Imaging Center Improvements/pf/3/ 67,000/ 67,000 Ajo-International Sonoran Desert Alliance/Ajo Builds/hsg/3/ 45,000/ 40,000 Ajo-International Sonoran Desert Alliance/Ajo Works/ps/3/ 25,000/ 20,000 Ajo-International Sonoran Desert Alliance/Curley School Stabilization Efficiency Improvements/pf/3/ 65,000/ 50,000 Portable Practical Educational Preparation, Inc./Amado Teen Project/ps/3/ 30,000/ 30,000 Portable Practical Educational Preparation, Inc./Amado Youth Center/pf/3/ 125,000/ 0 Arivaca Community Center/Arivaca Community Center Park and Surrounding Outdoor Facilities/pf/3/ 30,000/ 0 Arivaca Fire District/Fire Facility Improvements Emergency Vehicle Upgrades/pf/ 3/ 75,000/ 60,000 Arivaca Fire District Auxiliary/Type 6 Brush Truck/pf/3/ 75,000/ 0
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Friends of the Arivaca Schoolhouse Historic Townsite, Inc./Arivaca schoolhouse kitchen floor and wall repair/pf/3/ 85,000/ 30,000 Avra Water Co-op,

Inc./Aging Meter Replacement Program-MXU Install Program/pf/3/ 20,000/ 20,000 Avra Water Co-op, Inc./Pipeline Replacement Program/pf/3/ 31,833/ 0 Drexel Heights Fire District/Family Safety Program/ps/3,5/ 15,000/ 11,560 Drexel Heights Fire District/Thermal Imaging Cameras/pf/3,5/ 18,000/ 18,000 Flowing Wells Continental Little League/Flowing Wells Continental Little League Pima County NRPR Curtis Park Snack Bar Storage/pf/1,3/ 30,000/ 0 Flowing Wells Neighborhood Association and Community Coalition/Operating Funds and Technical Assistance/ps/1,3/ 35,000/ 15,000 Flowing Wells-Amistades, Inc./Leaders In Action, Ellie Towne Teen Program/ps/3/ 15,000/ 15,000 Flowing Wells School District/Flowing Wells Family Resource Center/ps/1,3/ 65,000/ 37,000 Northwest Fire District/Personal Protection Communications Equipment/pf/3/ 38,728/ 0 Friends of Robles Ranch/Site Manager-My Friends Closet Program/ps/3/ 20,722/ 12,000 Three Points Fire District/Community be Safe Program-Marquee/pf/3/ 43,300/ 0 Green Valley Assistance Services, d.b.a. Valley Assistance Services/Valley Assistance Services for Public Use/pf/2,4/ 45,000/ 0 Green Valley Assistance Services, d.b.a. Valley Assistance Services/Valley Assistance Services Workforce Center Improvements for Public Use/pf/2,4/ 40,000/ 0 Sahuarita Food Bank-Good Shepherd United/Sahuarita Food Bank Facility Improvement/pf/2,3,4/ 95,000/ 50,000 Town of Marana/Administration/admin/1,3/ 20,000/ 13,000 Town of Marana/Colonia-Neighborhood Cleanup/ps/1,3/ 20,000/ 10,000 Town of Marana/Emergency Home Repair/hsg/1,3/ 85,000/ 18,500 Town of Marana/Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation/hsg/1,3/ 85,000/ 18,500 City of South Tucson/Administration/admin/2/ 50,000/ 30,000 City of South Tucson/South Tucson Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area (NRSA)/admin/2/ 25,000/ 25,000 City of South Tucson/Bicycle-Pedestrian Safety Program/ps/2/ 15,000/ 10,000 City of South Tucson/Code Enforcement Program/ps/2/ 20,000/ 10,000 City of South Tucson/Community Cleanup Green Program/ps/2/ 40,000/ 5,000 City of South Tucson/Community Policing and Crime Prevention/ps/2/ 50,000/ 28,000 City of South Tucson/Facility Upgrades-JVYC/pf/2/ 85,000/ 40,000 City of South Tucson/Fire and Rescue Safety Equipment/pf/2/ 45,000/ 20,000 City of South Tucson/Spanish Trail Sign/pf/2/ 75,000/ 0 City of South Tucson/Youth Programs/ps/2/ 120,000/ 100,000 Pima County CDNC/Administration/admin/all/ 550,000/ 493,984 Pima County CDNC/Brownfields/bf/all/ 30,000/ 30,000 Pima County CDNC/Commercial Fa ade/pf/all/ 100,000/ 50,000 Pima County CDNC/Flowing Wells Street Lights/pf/all/ 20,000/ 20,000 Pima County CDNC/Project Delivery/pf/all/ 150,000/ 25,000 Pima County CDNC/Emergency Demolition/demo/all/ 30,000/ 25,000 Pima County CDNC/Emergency Septic/hsg/all/ 100,000/ 75,000 Pima County CDNC/Home Repair Program Lead/hsg/all/ 25,000/ 0 Pima County CDNC/Home Repair Program Lead Relocation/hsg/all/ 30,000/ 0 Pima County CDNC/Home Repair Program/hsg/all/ 650,000/ 650,000 Pima County CDNC/Safe, Healthy Green/shg/all/ 100,000/ 0 Pima County CDNC/Rural Food Pantry Improvement Program/pf/all/ 40,000/ 40,000 Administration of Resources and Choices/New Jobs through Senior Boarding Home Projects/ed/1,2,3/ 45,000/ 20,000
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Catholic Community Services, d.b.a. Pio Decimo Center/Getting Ahead/ps/2,all/ 51,996/ 30,000 Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc./CPLC Nahui Ollin Wellness

Youth Program/ps/all/ 25,000/ 10,000 Community Food Bank, Inc./Distribution Systems Upgrade/pf/2,all/ 50,000/ 50,000 Community Home Repair Projects of Arizona/Emergency Home Repair Program /hsg/all/ 175,000/ 175,000 Community Investment Corporation/Brownfields Fa ade Improvement/ed/all/ 75,000/ 70,000 Habitat for Humanity Tucson/Habitat Home Repair Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation/hsg/all/ 150,000/ 50,000 Interfaith Community Services/ Conference and Training Room Site Completion Work/pf/1,all/ 60,000/ 45,000 Interfaith Community Services/Temporary Housing for Lead Removal and Repair/ hsg/1,all/ 50,000/ 10,000 Mobile Meals of Southern Arizona, Inc./Home-Delivered, Medically-Tailored Meals for Severely Disabled Adults with Disabilities/ps/1,2,4,5/ 15,000/ 0 Old Pueblo Community Services/3rd Street Shelter Repair/shg/5,all/ 150,000/ 100,000 Pima Prevention Partnership/Pima County Teen Court/ps/all/ 25,000/ 15,000 Primavera Foundation, Inc./Men s Shelter Rehab/pf/2,all/ 100,000/ 0 Primavera Foundation, Inc./Men s Shelter Rehab-SHG/SHG/2,all/ 100,000/ 0 Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation/Glenn Street House Rehab Project/SHG/3,all/ 125,000/ 0 Southern Arizona Children's Advocacy Center/Education Program/ps/2,all/ 75,000/ 0 Southwest Fair Housing Council/Fair Housing Enforcement, Education, and Outreach/admin/5,all/ 35,000/ 25,000 TMM Family Services, Inc./Marana Apartments/pf/1,all/ 91,535/ 0 Tucson Clean Beautiful, Inc./TCB Clean and Green Program/ps/all/ 75,000/ 35,000 Tucson Urban League/Tucson Urban League Comprehensive Housing Services/hsg/1,2,5/ 55,000/ 0 Watershed Management Group/Green Stormwater Infrastructure for Neighborhood Cleanup/pf/all/ 99,773/ 70,000 TOTAL REQUESTED 5,361,087/TOTAL RECOMMENDED 2,945,544
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FY 2019/2020 Pima County Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Program ESG Component/Agency/Program/Activity Focus/District/Request/ Recommendation Street

Outreach/Our Family Services/Street Outreach/Families, Individuals/all/ 32,000/ 32,000 Emergency Shelter/Emerge /Emergency Shelter/DV Families/all/ 100,000/ 30,000 Emergency Shelter/Our Family Services/Emergency Shelter/Families, Individuals/all/ 30,000/ 10,000 Emergency Shelter/PC Sullivan Jackson Employment/Motel Voucher/Families, Individuals/all/ 20,000/ 20,000 Emergency Shelter/Primavera Foundation/Casa Paloma/Single Women/all/ 25,000/ 10,000 Emergency Shelter/Primavera Foundation/Family Pathways/Families, Individuals/all/ 25,000/ 10,000 Emergency Shelter/SAAF/Emergency Shelter Expansion/Families, Individuals/all/ 90,000/ 0 Emergency Shelter/Sister Jose Women's Center/Emergency Shelter/Single Women/2/ 50,000/ 27,000 Homeless Prevention/Green Valley Assistance Svs/Valley Assistance Family MAP (Map a Plan)/Families, Individuals/4/ 20,000/ 20,000
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Homeless Prevention/CCS, d.b.a. Pio Decimo Center/Pio Decimo Housing/Families, Individuals/all/ 61,328/ 20,000 Homeless Prevention/Interfaith

Community Svs/Homeless Prevention/Families, Individuals/1,4/ 60,000/ 10,000 Homeless Prevention/Our Family Services/Homeless Prevention/Families, Individuals/all/ 36,330/ 15,000 Homeless Prevention/PC CSET/Emergency Solutions/Families, Individuals/all/ 26,000/ 11,595 Administration/Pima County/-/Administration/all/ 17,481/ 17,481 TOTAL REQUESTED 593,139/TOTAL RECOMMENDED 233,076
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CD_ResoAnnualActionPlan19-20_CAMemorandumAttachments:

REAL PROPERTY

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14. Abandonment by Vacation RESOLUTION NO. 2019 - 32, of the Board of Supervisors, for the vacation of a portion of an unnamed roadway as Pima County

Road Abandonment No. A-0028, within Section 9, T13S, R13E, G SRM, Pima County, Arizona. (District 1)
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RP_ResoOracleJaynesStationRoadAttachments:

15. Abandonment by Vacation RESOLUTION NO. 2019 - 33, of the Board of Supervisors, for the vacation of Jeffrey Road, a planned development roadway as

Pima County Road Abandonment No. A-0033, within Section 16, T15S, R12E, G SRM, Pima County, Arizona. (District 3)
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RP_ResoJeffreyRoadAttachments:

16. Abandonment by Vacation and Exchange Agreement A. RESOLUTION NO. 2019 - 34, of the Board of Supervisors, for the

vacation by exchange of a portion of Eisenhower Road for the fee dedication of other public right-of-way and property as Pima County Road Abandonment

No. A-0007, situated within Section 31, T15S, R14E, G SRM, Pima County, Arizona. (District 2)
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B. City of Tucson, to provide an Exchange Agreement for a portion of Eisenhower Road, contract amount 27,560.00 revenue (CTN-PW-19-182)

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RP_ResoEisenhowerRoad_CTN-PW-19-182

RP_EisenhowerRoad_Appraisal

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*** HEARINGS ***

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FRANCHISE/LICENSE/PERMIT

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17. Hearing - Liquor License Job No. 55867, Janice Glenn Welker, Food Mart, 2001 N. Ajo Gila Bend Highway, Ajo, Series 9, Liquor Store, Person

Transfer and Location Transfer.
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FLP_LLFoodMartAttachments:

18. Hearing - Liquor License Job No. 55961, Theresa June Morse, Longhorn Grill and Saloon, 28851 S. Nogales Highway, Amado, Series 12, Restaurant,

New License.
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FLP_LLLonghornGrillandSaloonAttachments:

19. Hearing - Liquor License Job No. 50963, James William Boyd, Millie's, 1135 W. Hoover Street, Ajo, Series 7, Beer and Wine Bar, Person Transfer

and Location Transfer.
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FLP_LLMillie'sAttachments:

20. Hearing - Permanent Extension of Premises/Patio Permit 012100004106, Jeffrey Craig Miller, Arroyo Gardens Independent Assisted Living, 160 N. La

Ca ada Drive, Green Valley.
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FLP_EPArroyoGardensIndependent AssistedLivingAttachments:

DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

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21. Hearing - Rezoning P18RZ00012, ROBERT LEE BOYKIN - N. CAMINO DE OESTE REZONING Request of the Robert Lee Boykin Estate, represented by Projects

International, Inc., for a rezoning of approximately 9.7 acres from SR (Suburban Ranch) to the CR-4 (Mixed-Dwelling Type) zone, Parcel Code No. 221-35-0010, located at the southwest corner of W. Pima Farms Road and N. Camino de Oeste. The proposed rezoning conforms to the Pima County Comprehensive Plan which designates the property for Medium Intensity Urban. On motion, the Planning and Zoning Commission voted 7-0 (Commissioners Membrila, Maese, and Hook were absent) to recommend APPROVAL SUBJECT TO STANDARD AND SPECIAL CONDITIONS. Staff recommends APPROVAL SUBJECT TO STANDARD AND SPECIAL CONDITIONS. (District 1)
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DSD_P18RZ00012

DSD_P18RZ00012_SiteAnalysis_Part1

DSD_P18RZ00012_SiteAnalysis_Part2

DSD_P18RZ00012_SiteAnalysis_Part3

DSD_P18RZ00012_SiteAnalysis_Part4

DSD_P18RZ00012_SiteAnalysis_Part5

DSD_P18RZ00012_SiteAnalysis_Part6

DSD_P18RZ00012_SiteAnalysis_Part7

DSD_P18RZ00012_CommentLetter_Redacted

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22. Hearing - Zoning Code Text Amendment P18TA00007, INDUSTRIAL ZONES HEIGHT AND VARIANCE NOTIFICATION AREA TEXT AMENDMENT An ordinance of the Pima

County Board of Supervisors; amending Chapter 18.37 (MU Multiple Use Zone), Section 18.37.030 and Section 18.37.040 (Development Standards - Residential and Development Standards - Nonresidential, Respectively) to increase building heights to 80 feet subject to a minimum setback distance from any abutting, existing residence of double the height of the proposed building; amending Chapter 18.51 (CI-1 Light Industrial/Warehousing Zone), Section 18.51.050 (Development Standards - General) to increase the maximum building heights to 90 feet; amending Chapter 18.53 (CI-2 General Industrial Zone), Section 18.53.040 (Development Standards - General) to increase the maximum building heights to 90 feet; amending Chapter 18.93 (Board of Adjustment Variances, Temporary Use Permits, and Interpretations), Section 18.93.030 (Variances) to increase the mailing notice to property owners within 300 feet to 1000 feet from the subject property if the existing zoning of the subject property is: IR, RH, GR-1, ML, SR, SR-2, SH, CR-1, MR, CPI, or CI-3. On motion, the Planning and Zoning Commission voted 7-0 (Commissioners Bain, Becker, and Cook were absent) to recommend APPROVAL. Staff recommends APPROVAL. (All Districts)
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If approved, pass and adopt: ORDINANCE NO. 2019 - 10 DSD_OrdP18TA00007Attachments:

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23. Hearing - Rezoning Ordinance ORDINANCE NO. 2019 - 11, P18RZ00004, Larsen - N. Treasure Drive Rezoning. Owner: Peter Larsen. (District 1)

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DSD_OrdP18RZ00004Attachments:

24. Hearing - Rezoning Ordinance ORDINANCE NO. 2019 - 12, P18RZ00006, Ofenloch - N. Calle de Estevan Rezoning. Owner: Bernard Ofenloch. (District 1)

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DSD_OrdP18RZ00006Attachments:

25. Hearing - Rezoning Ordinance ORDINANCE NO. 2019 - 13, P18RZ00007, Fimbres - S. Victor Drive Rezoning. Owner: Francisco Fimbres. (District 3)

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DSD_OrdP18RZ00007Attachments:

26. Hearing - Rezoning Ordinance ORDINANCE NO. 2019 - 14, P18RZ00009, Ventana Canyon Car Wash, L.L.C. - N. Sabino Canyon Road Rezoning. Owner:

Ventana Canyon Car Wash, L.L.C. (District 1)
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DSD_OrdP18RZ00009Attachments:

27. Hearing - Rezoning Resolution RESOLUTION NO. 2019 - 35, Co9-04-30, White - Oracle Jaynes Station Road Rezoning. Owner: Daniel White. (District 1)

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DSD_ResoCo9-04-30Attachments:

28. Hearing - Rezoning Resolution RESOLUTION NO. 2019 - 36, Co9-08-08, Riverside Associates, et al. - River Road No. 2 Rezoning. Owner: Riverview

Ventures, L.L.C. (District 1)
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DSD_ResoCo9-08-08Attachments:

29. Hearing - Rezoning Resolution RESOLUTION NO. 2019 - 37, Co9-09-09, Orange Grove Property, L.L.C. - Orange Grove Road Rezoning. Owner: Orange

Grove Property, L.L.C., Attn: Carol P. Taylor, Trustee. (District 1)
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DSD_ResoCo9-09-09Attachments:

30. ADJOURNMENT

POSTED: Levels A B, 1st 5th Floors, Pima County Administration Bldg. Pima County Homepage: www.pima.gov DATE/TIME POSTED: 5/1/19 @ 3:00 p.m.

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CONSENT CALENDAR MAY 7, 2019

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CONSENT CALENDAR, MAY 7, 2019

CONTRACT AND AWARD

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Community Development and Neighborhood Conservation

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1. Kuehl Enterprises, L.L.C., to provide for consulting services for planning, technical/training assistance and report planning, HUD, CDBG, and

General ( 75,000.00) Funds, contract amount 150,000.00 (CT-CD-19-427)
Tagged Passions:planning, funding, contract, services, training, and cdbg

CT-CD-19-427Attachments:

Community Services, Employment and Training

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2. To provide for workforce development services in the ARIZONA@WORK - Workshops Project, extend contract term to 6/30/20 and amend contractual

language, USDOL-WIOA, ADES, HPOG and General Funds, for the following:
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Vendor Name/Amendment No./General Fund Amount/Contract Amount/Contract No. Cope Community Service, Inc., d.b.a. Rise, L.L.C./5/ 25,079.00/

60,616.08/CT-CS-16-307 Goodwill Industries of Southern Arizona, Inc./5/ 24,623.74/ 65,272.82/CT-CS-16-309 Tucson Youth Development, Inc./3/ 6,000.00/ 14,613.48/CT-CS-16-314 Dorothy Kret and Associates, Inc./4/ 5,800.13/ 15,086.16/CT-CS-19-119
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CT-CS-16-307

CT-CS-16-309

CT-CS-16-314

CT-CS-19-119

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3. To provide for workforce development services, extend contract term to 6/30/20 and amend contractual language, USDOL-WIOA and HPOG Funds, for the

following:
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Vendor Name/Amendment No./Contract Amount/Contract No. Goodwill Industries of Southern Arizona, Inc./8/ 350,434.11/CT-CS-16-441 SER-Jobs for Progress

of Southern Arizona, Inc./4/ 805,979.48/CT-CS-17-9
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CT-CS-16-441

CT-CS-17-9

Attachments:

Facilities Management

4. Baggin s, Inc., Amendment No. 5, to provide a lease for 33 N. Stone Avenue, Suite 140, extend contract term to 5/31/24 and amend contractual

language, contract amount 333,872.89 revenue (CTN-FM-CMS139840)
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CTN-FM-CMS139840Attachments:

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Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation

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5. Sahuarita Unified School District No. 30, Amendment No. 1, to provide for a Kay Stupy Intergovernmental Agreement and amend contractual language,

General Fund, contract amount 25,000.00 (CT-PR-19-391)
Tagged Passions:contract, education, and intergovernmental

CT-PR-19-391Attachments:

Office of Sustainability and Conservation

Tagged Passions:Conservation and sustainability

6. Arizona State Historic Preservation Office, to provide for a Programmatic Agreement regarding HUD-funded program activities, no cost/10 year term

(CTN-SUS-19-180)
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CTN-SUS-19-180Attachments:

Procurement

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7. Award Award: Master Agreement No. MA-PO-19-176, San Diego Police Equipment Co., Inc. (Headquarters: San Diego, CA), to provide for law enforcement

ammunition. This Master Agreement is for an initial term of one (1) year in the annual award amount of 596,500.00 (including sales tax) and includes four (4) one-year renewal options. Funding Source: General Fund. Administering Department: Sheriff.
Tagged Passions:gun control, funding, equipment, sale, taxes, Taxes, public safety, and Gun Control

PO_AwardMA-PO-19-176Attachments:

8. Burns Wald-Hopkins Shambach Architects, Inc., Amendment No. 1, to provide architectural and engineering design services: Defense Services Building

- Juvenile Courts (XDSBJC), extend contract term to 9/30/21, amend contractual language and scope of work, FM-Capital Projects Non-Bond Fund, contract amount 64,952.00 (CT-FM-19-124) Facilities Management
Tagged Passions:legal, capital spending, bond, contract, Capital Spending, services, and court

CT-FM-19-124Attachments:

9. Environmental Systems Research, d.b.a. ESRI, Amendment No. 4, to provide for the ESRI Geographic Information Systems Software ELA Project, amend

contractual language and scope of services, General Fund, contract amount 200,000.00 (MA-PO-17-125) Information Technology
Tagged Passions:GIS, contract, services, environment, Technology, technology, information technology, and Information Technology

MA-PO-17-125Attachments:

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Real Property

Tagged Passions:property

10. ATC Sequoia, L.L.C., to provide for an agreement to purchase communications easement, contract amount 365,000.00 revenue/50 year term

(CTN-PW-19-184)
Tagged Passions:contract, purchasing, communications, Communications, and easement

CTN-PW-19-184

CTN-PW-19-184_Appraisal

Attachments:

11. Young Artists Community Ballet, Inc., Amendment No. 1, to provide a lease for specific portions of the Continental Community Center located at

530 E. Whitehouse Canyon Road, extend contract term to 3/17/20 and amend contractual language, contract amount 1,800.00 revenue (CTN-PW-14-137)
Tagged Passions:leasing, streets, arts, contract, and community center

CTN-PW-14-137Attachments:

12. Fatbeam, L.L.C., to provide for a Nonexclusive Right-of-Way Use License for a Fiber Optic Communications System, contract amount 3,000.00

revenue/5 year term (CTN-PW-19-183)
Tagged Passions:contract, Telecommunications, telecommunications, communications, license, and Communications

CTN-PW-19-183Attachments:

Recorder

13. City of Tucson, to provide for election services, contract amount 90,000.00 estimated revenue (CTN-RE-19-161)

Tagged Passions:voting, contract, election, and services

CTN-RE-19-161Attachments:

GRANT APPLICATION/ACCEPTANCE

Tagged Passions:grant

14. Acceptance - Community Services, Employment and Training City of Tucson, to provide for the HUD Continuum of Care Program - End of Chronic

Homelessness Supportive Housing Program Intergovernmental Agreement, 66,763.00 (GTAW 19-100)
Tagged Passions:services, program, employment, training, intergovernmental, and housing

GR_GTAW 19-100Attachments:

15. Acceptance - Health The Arizona Department of Health Services, Amendment No. 3, to provide for the Health Start Program, extend grant term to

6/30/20 and amend grant language, no cost (GTAM 19-49)
Tagged Passions:grant, health, services, and program

GR_GTAM 19-49Attachments:

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16. Acceptance - Sheriff Arizona Department of Homeland Security, to provide for the Operation Stonegarden Grant Program - Overtime and Mileage,

1,218,986.00 (GTAW 19-93)
Tagged Passions:grant, security, public safety, program, and Immigration

GR_GTAW 19-93

GR_CAMemorandum_4-12-19

GR_CAMemorandum_4-18-19

GR_CommentLetters_4-19-19_Redacted

GR_CAMemorandum_4-25-19

GR_CAMemorandum_4-29-19

Attachments:

17. Acceptance - Sheriff Arizona Department of Homeland Security, to provide for the Operation Stonegarden Grant Program - Equipment, 595,600.00

(GTAW 19-94)
Tagged Passions:grant, equipment, security, public safety, program, and Immigration

GR_GTAW 19-94

GR_CAMemorandum_4-12-19

GR_CAMemorandum_4-18-19

GR_CommentLetters_4-19-19_Redacted

GR_CAMemorandum_4-25-19

GR_CAMemorandum_4-29-19

Attachments:

18. Acceptance - Sheriff Governor s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS), to provide for the GOHS Buckle Up Arizona Enforcement Campaign, 5,000.00 (GTAW

19-99)
Tagged Passions:public safety

GR_GTAW 19-99Attachments:

BOARD, COMMISSION AND/OR COMMITTEE

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

19. Fair Horse Racing Commission Reappointment of Timothy Kelly. Term expiration: 1/18/21. (District 3)

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and pets

BCC_FairHorseRacingCommissionReapptAttachments:

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20. Metropolitan Education Commission Reappointments of Javier Herrera, representing Minority Group (AZ

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and education

Hispanic Community Forum), Daisy Rodriguez Pitel, representing Minority Group (Asian American Community) and Patricia Wiedhopf, At-Large Commission

Appointee. Term expirations: 3/19/22. (Commission recommendations)
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

Reappointment of Teri Bohr Laguna, representing Teachers, Grades K- 6 (AZ Education Association). Term expiration: 4/16/22. (Commission

recommendation)
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and education

Reappointment of Steven Freeman, representing Disabled Community. Term expiration: 12/31/21. (Commission recommendation)

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and disability

BCC_MetropolitanEducationCommissionReappts

BCC_MetropolitanEducationCommissionReappts_Redacted

Attachments:

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

Tagged Passions:alcohol, events, license, and festival

21. Special Event Audra L. Winters, Marana Chamber of Commerce, Glover Ranch,

Tagged Passions:events

13400 W. Twin Peaks Road, Marana, April 26, 2019. Courtney Jayne Gregory, Valley View Preschool Family Faculty

Tagged Passions:streets, preschool, and faculty

Organization, Plaza Colonial Shopping Center, 2870 E. Skyline Drive, Tucson, April 27, 2019.

Tagged Passions:commercial

Wolfgang J. Knudson, Racing Home Greyhound Adoption, Sweetwater Reserve Community, Corner of Cuprite Loop/Star Valley Lane, Tucson, May 4, 2019.

Carol L. Morales, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School, 8650 N. Shannon Road, Tucson, May 4, 2019.

Tagged Passions:streets and education

Syvana Bre Elias, Desert Christian Schools, Fee Ranch, 5800 E. Santa Fee, Tucson, May 17, 2019.

Tagged Passions:education

Jonah R. Trussel, Motoland Recreation Club, Inc., USA Raceway, 4300 E. Los Reales Road, Tucson, April 27, July 6, 20, August 10 and September 14,

2019.
Tagged Passions:streets and recreation

ELECTIONS

Tagged Passions:voting and election

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

Tagged Passions:appointments

RESIGNATION-PRECINCT-PARTY Kitt Leonard-164-DEM; Brendan Patrick Griffin-174-DEM

APPOINTMENT-PRECINCT-PARTY Ram n Monta o-018-DEM; Veronica R. Hirsch-072-DEM; Kitt

Tagged Passions:appointments

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Leonard-073-DEM; Jennifer Dawson-093-DEM; Buddy P. Gill-104-DEM; Kenneth L. Bertschy-116-DEM; Catherine Borinstein-164-DEM; Denis J. Holt-192-DEM;

Caroline A. Salcido-203-DEM; Daniel A. Leidenz-218-DEM; John W. Green-220-DEM; Steven R. Marks-220-DEM; Karen A. Stiles-239-DEM; Roberta J. Bauer-012-REP; Jose G. Flores-013-REP; Robert J. Burke-016-REP; Keith M. Demand-024-REP; Alice A. Bever-024-REP; Susan E. Hiestand-036-REP; Abraham Michael Considine-058-REP; William G. Stubler-058-REP; R.P. Howie-069-REP; Alicia Grimes-069-REP; Timothy E. Grimes-069-REP; Garret A. Wadsack-078-REP; Justine L. Wadsack-078-REP; Jonathan J. Sparks-091-REP; Michael L. Lore-098-REP; Carrea S. Uremovich-099-REP; Richard D. Gillooly-108-REP; Lucy P. Hoffman-116-REP; Barbara Hildenbrand-117-REP; Laura L. Vest-123-REP; Laura M. Basurto-124-REP; Scott L. Jones-125-REP; James Jim F. Willenbecher-127-REP; Philip M. Bryson-132-REP; Hilarie Anne Hindhaugh-133-REP; Tad M. Hindhaugh-133-REP; Kathryn E. Banky-145-REP; Alejandro E. Castellanos-162-REP; Dale D. Lips-170-REP; James F. Lips-170-REP; Robert A. Moskovitz-171-REP; Gene E. Solosky-178-REP; Jennifer M. Rawson-181-REP; Edwin A. Sanford-182-REP; Dawn R. Houghton-183-REP; Steven L. Nygren-183-REP; Anita L. Leist-192-REP; Joel A. Cisco-Gardunio-198-REP; Vernon D. Sandt, Jr.-198-REP; Maureen E. Tuohy-200-REP; Tambre H. Marshall-216-REP; Laurel A. Nason-224-REP; Bonnie E. Kampa-228-REP; Darryl L. Weaver-228-REP; Lori R. Piper-229-REP; Robert L. Piper-229-REP; Paul A. Wildum, Jr. -229-REP; Michael J. Grimes-241-REP; Logan A. Calendine-153-LBT
Tagged Passions:information technology and Information Technology

EL_PrecinctCommitteemenAttachments:

FINANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT

Tagged Passions:finance and risk

23. Duplicate Warrants - For Ratification Olga P. Rodriguez 47.50; Southwest Gas Corporation 251.23; Flowing Wells Irrigation District 20.08; Roseann

Schaye 1,548.00; Home Depot USA, Inc. 192.07; Home Depot USA, Inc. 43.90; Hydromantis Environmental Software Solutions, Inc. 2,875.00; Law Office of Jeremy Zarzycki, P.L.L.C. 2,671.00; Eastman Distributing 5,353.65; Hussein Al Zubaidi 161.00; Yvette Herrera 164.22; Stacey Nicole Brady 102.00; Dana Metcalf 47.00; Daniel's Moving and Storage, Inc. 1,677.35; Office Depot 4,256.81.
Tagged Passions:public safety, environment, information technology, and Information Technology

FN_DuplicateWarrantsAttachments:

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RECORDER

24. Pursuant to Resolution No. 1993-200, ratification of the Document Storage and Retrieval Fund for the month of March, 2019.

RE_DocumentStorageandRetrievalFund_March2019Attachments:

TREASURER

Tagged Passions:Treasurer and TREASURER

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

of Clearance in the amount of 54,142.57.
Tagged Passions:abatement and clearance

TO_CertificateofRemovalAbatementAttachments:

RATIFY AND/OR APPROVE

26. Minutes: April 2, 2019 Warrants: April, 2019

Tagged Passions:public safety

CL_04-02-19DraftMinutesAttachments:

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