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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

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Clerk of the Board

Fran McCarroll

Meeting Location Supervisors' Auditorium

205 W. Jefferson Phoenix, AZ 85003

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

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

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healthy and safe communities

FORMAL MEETING AGENDA

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

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

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

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Wednesday, May 22, 2019 9:30 AM

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

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

This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change.

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

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

Miembros de la Junta

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

Jack Sellers, Distrito 1 Steve Chucri, Distrito 2

Steve Gallardo, Distrito 5

Administrador del Condado Joy Rich

Secretar a de la Junta

Fran McCarroll

Ubicaci n de la Reuni n Auditorio de los Supervisores

205 W. Jefferson Phoenix, AZ 85003

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

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

aquellos puedan disfrutar la vida en comunidades saludables y seguras

AGENDA DE LA REUNI N FORMAL

JUNTA DE SUPERVISORES

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

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

Dep sito)

mi rcoles 22 de mayo de 2019 9:30 AM

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

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

MARICOPA COUNTY Board of Supervisors

Bill Gates Clint Hickman

Chairman, District 3 Vice Chairman, District 4

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

Board of Supervisors Direct Reports Clerk of the Board Fran McCarroll

Internal Audit Mike McGee

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Elected Officials

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Development ........................................................................................................................... 5 PLANNING AND ZONING AGENDA AGENDA DE PLANIFICACI N Y ZONIFICACI N ...................................................................................... 6
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CONSENT AGENDA - AGENDA DE CONSIENTA .................................................................................. 6 STATUTORY HEARINGS -

AUDIENCIAS LEGALES .................................................................................. 8
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Clerk of the Board - Secretaria de la Junta ............................................................................................... 8

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

COUNTY OFFICERS - OFICIALES DE CONDADO .................................................................................. 12
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Internal Audit - Auditor a Interna ............................................................................................................. 12

Clerk of the Court - Secretario de la Corte .............................................................................................. 12 Sheriff - Alguacil ...................................................................................................................................... 13
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COUNTY OFFICES AND DEPARTMENTS DEPARTAMENTOS Y OFICINAS DEL CONDADO

................................................................................... 18

Air Quality - Calidad del Aire ................................................................................................................... 18

Animal Care and Control Services - Servicios de Control y Cuidado de Animales ................................ 19 Emergency Management - Administraci n de Emergencia .................................................................... 21 Enterprise Technology - Tecnolog a Empresarial ................................................................................... 21 Finance - Finanzas .................................................................................................................................. 21 Human Resources - Recursos Humanos ................................................................................................ 22 Human Services - Servicios Humanos .................................................................................................... 22 Parks and Recreation - Parques y Recreaci n ....................................................................................... 26 Procurement Services - Servicios de Adquisiciones ............................................................................... 27 Public Defense Services - Servicios de Defensa P blica ....................................................................... 27 Public Health - Salud P blica .................................................................................................................. 28 Real Estate - Bienes Ra ces ................................................................................................................... 29 Risk Management - Gesti n de Riesgos ................................................................................................. 30 Transportation - Transportaci n .............................................................................................................. 30
Tagged Passions:health, finance, transportation, risk, services, emergency, purchasing, Technology, parks, technology, human resources, and recreation

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS - JUNTA DE SUPERVISORES .................................................................... 34 Board of Supervisors - Junta de

Supervisores ........................................................................................ 34

SETTING OF HEARINGS - CONFIGURACI N DE AUDIENCIAS ............................................................ 34 Planning and Development -

Planificaci n y Desarrollo ......................................................................... 34 Transportation Transportaci n ............................................................................................................. 34 Environmental Services ........................................................................................................................... 35
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CONSENT AGENDA - AGENDA DE CONSIENTA .................................................................................... 35 Clerk of the Board -

Secretaria de la Junta ............................................................................................. 35

FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT AGENDA AGENDA DE DISTRITO DE CONTROL DE INUNDACIONES .................................................................. 37

LIBRARY DISTRICT AGENDA AGENDA DEL DISTRITO DE BIBLIOTECA ............................................................................................... 38 STADIUM DISTRICT AGENDA AGENDA DEL DISTRITO DE ESTADIO .................................................................................................... 40 CALL TO THE PUBLIC AND SUMMARY OF CURRENT EVENTS LLAMADO AL PUBLICO Y EL RESUMEN DE TEMAS DE ACTUALIDAD ............................................... 41
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1. INVOCATION - INVOCACI N

2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE - JURO FIDELIDAD A LA BANDERA

3. ROLL CALL - LISTA

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS - JUNTA DE SUPERVISORES

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

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5. EMPLOYEE SERVICE AWARDS

Acknowledge and present the following employees, who have provided 30 or more years of public service to Maricopa County, with service award plaques

recognizing their years of service and contributions to the residents of Maricopa County. 30 YEARS James Meyer Kim Ong Juan Martinez Michael Babicky Dana Dowling Lydia Moreno Timothy Potratz Jennie Smith Machrina Leach 35 YEARS Mary Riden 40 YEARS Diana Shepherd (C-31-19-043-M-00)
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6. PROCLAMATION FOR JENNIFER TOTH: AMERICAN PUBLIC WORKS ASSOCIATION TOP

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TEN PUBLIC WORKS LEADER OF THE YEAR

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Approve a Proclamation to recognize Jennifer Toth for her American Public Works Association Top Ten Public Works Leader of the Year, 2019 award.

(C-06-19-478-M-00)
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Planning and Development

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7. LUKE LANDING SUBDIVISION ASSURANCE AGREEMENT AND RESOLUTION

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Approve Luke Landing Subdivision Assurance Agreement with MPC Luke, LLC and Maricopa County. This agreement serves as part of the subdivision s

assurance as required by Arizona Revised Statutes 11-821(C) and must be approved by the Board of Supervisors prior to approval of the Final Plat for Luke Landing (case number S2018012). This agreement to be recorded as required pursuant to A.R.S. 11-1101.
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Approve by Resolution, the proposed Luke Landing Subdivision Assurance Agreement with MPC Luke, LLC and Maricopa County, and authorize the Chairman

to execute the Agreement as submitted. This agreement serves as part of the subdivision s assurance as required by Arizona Revised Statutes 11-821(C) and must be approved by the Board of Supervisors prior to approval of the Final Plat for Luke Landing (case number S2018012).(Supervisor District 4). (C-44-19-117-M-00)
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PLANNING AND ZONING AGENDA AGENDA DE PLANIFICACI N Y ZONIFICACI N

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

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CONSENT AGENDA - AGENDA DE CONSIENTA

PZ-1. 303 GLENDALE INDUSTRIAL

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Case : Z2018073

Supervisor District: 4

Applicant / Owner: Toby Rogers, Butler Design Group / Everest Holdings

Request: Plan of Development for an industrial warehouse in the Rural-43 MAAMF overlay zoning district and IND-2 IUPD zoning district

Tagged Passions:rural, development, industrial, zoning, and Development

Site Location: Generally located at the southwest corner of Loop 303 and Glendale Ave.

Commission Recommendation: On 4/25/19, the Commission voted 6-0 to recommend approval of Z2018073 subject to conditions a f :

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a. Development of the site shall be in substantial conformance with the Site Plan entitled Approval for a Plan of Development: Loop 303 Glendale

Avenue Proposed Industrial Development , consisting of 1 full-size sheet, dated March 8, 2019, and stamped received March 19, 2019, except as modified by the following conditions.
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b. Development of the site shall be in substantial conformance with the Narrative Report entitled Barclay 303 Industrial , consisting of 5 pages,

dated February 27, 2019, and stamped received March 19, 2019, except as modified by the following conditions.
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c. The following Planning Engineering conditions shall apply:

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1. The Owner shall provide a total half-width of right-of-way for the following roadway:

Glendale Avenue 65 feet

All such dedications shall be in fee and free of all liens and encumbrances. Prior to acceptance of such dedication, the applicant shall provide the

County an owner s title insurance policy issued to the County, the MCDOT environmental checklist and any and all other requirements as set forth in the MCDOT Right-of-Way Dedications Reference Guide . Until Maricopa County has accepted said dedication, all responsibilities, including but not limited to maintenance and repair for the property to be dedicated shall be that of the applicant.
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2. Construct ultimate half-width improvements on Glendale Avenue. Roadway must meet County Standards in effect at the time they are constructed. A

waiver from this requirement may be requested from MCDOT.

d. 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.
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e. 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.
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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 Plan of Development. The Plan of Development enhances the value of the property above its value as of the date the Plan of Development is granted and reverting to the prior zoning results in the same value of the property as if the Plan of Development had never been granted. (C-44-19-119-M-00)
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PZ-2. FALCON VIEW II

Case : S2016010

Supervisor District: 4

Applicant / Owner: Ed DePinto / Everest Holdings

Request: Final Plat for 22 residential lots and 2 tracts in the R1-10 RUPD zoning district

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Site Location: Generally located 605 south of Glendale Ave. and 660 west of 125th Ave. in the Glendale area

Staff Recommendation: Approval (C-44-19-120-M-00)

PZ-3. LUKE LANDING

Case : S2018012

Supervisor District: 4

Applicant / Owner: Matthew Cawley / MPC Luke LLC

Request: Final Plat containing 168 residential lots and 15 tracts in the R-5 RUPD zoning district

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Site Location: Generally located at the northwest corner of Glendale Ave. and 127th Ave. in the Glendale area

Staff Recommendation: Approval (C-44-19-121-M-00)

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PZ-4. FOOTHILLS CENTER CONDOMINIUMS

Case : S2018022

Supervisor District: 3

Applicant / Owner: Jason Fronstin / 7th St. Carefree, LLC

Request: Replat of existing commercial condominium building

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Site Location: Generally located at the southeast corner of Carefree Highway and 7th Street in the Desert Hills area

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Staff Recommendation: Approval (C-44-19-122-M-00)

PZ-5. THUNDER MOUNTAIN DRAINAGE EASEMENTS, LOTS 41, 53 AND 89

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Case : S2018039

Supervisor District: 2

Applicant / Owners: Marc C. Brown, New World Properties Inc. / Terrazzo Homes

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Request: Replat of drainage easements on lots 41, 53 and 89 within Thunder Mountain Estates

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Site Location: Generally located at the northeast corner of McDowell Rd. and Hawes Rd. in the Thunder Mountain Estates subdivision

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Staff Recommendation: Approval (C-44-19-124-M-00)

PZ-6. TROON TONTO VERDE PARCEL 1

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Case : S2019001

Supervisor District: 2

Applicant / Owner: Dan Pottinger / Taylor Morrison

Request: Replat of Lot 1 and 20 of Tonto Verde Parcel 1

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Site Location: Generally located at the southwest corner of Rio Verde Dr. and Forest Rd. in Rio Verde

Staff Recommendation: Approval (C-44-19-123-M-00)

STATUTORY HEARINGS - AUDIENCIAS LEGALES

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Clerk of the Board - Secretaria de la Junta

8. LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATIONS - APLICACIONES DE LICENCIA DE LICOR

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

recommendation to the State Liquor Board as to whether the State Liquor Board should grant or deny the license.
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Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, May 22, 2019

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a. SPECIAL EVENT LICENSE FOR YOUTH OUTDOORS UNLIMITED

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Pursuant to A.R.S. 4-203.02, approve a Special Event Liquor License Application filed by Shawn Eric Pepper for Youth Outdoors Unlimited at 16802

Northeast Highway 88, Tortilla Flat, Arizona, 85219 to be held on the following dates and times:
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Friday, June 7, 2019 from 11:00 am to 10:30 pm Saturday, June 8, 2019 from 9:00 am to 11:00 pm Sunday, June 9, 2019 from 9:00 am to 11:00 pm

(Supervisorial District 2) (C-06-19-460-L-00)

b. SPECIAL EVENT LICENSE FOR ANTHEM ROTARY FOUNDATION / ROTARY

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CLUB OF ANTHEM

Pursuant to A.R.S. 4-203.02, approve a Special Event Liquor License Application filed by Samuel T. Crump for Anthem Rotary Foundation / Rotary Club

of Anthem at 41703 North Gavilan Peak Parkway, Anthem, Arizona 85086 to be held on Wednesday, July 3, 2019 from 3:00 pm to 10:00 pm. (Supervisorial District 3) (C-06-19-468-L-00)
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c. TEMPORARY EXTENSION OF PREMISES/PATIO FOR WELL DONE GRILL AT

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CANYON LAKE

Pursuant to A.R.S. 4-207.01, approve an application filed by Shawn Eric Pepper for a Temporary Extension of Premises/Patio of a Series 12 Liquor

License for Well Done Grill at Canyon Lake at 16802 Northeast Highway 88, Tortilla Flat, Arizona, 85219 for June 7, 2019 to June 9, 2019. (Supervisorial District 2) (C-06-19-461-L-00)
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d. NEW LICENSE FOR DOLLAR GENERAL STORE 19475

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Pursuant to A.R.S. 4-201, approve an application filed by William Henry Conley for a New Series 10 Liquor License for Dollar General Store 19475 at

10920 South Tuthill Road, Buckeye, Arizona 85326. (AZ 59568) (Supervisorial District 5) (C-06-19-425-L-00)
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9. PETITIONS HEARING FOR THE FORMATION OF THE PROPOSED COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES

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IRRIGATION WATER DELIVERY DISTRICT

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

Club Estates Irrigation Water Delivery District, as they have been determined to be signed by a majority of the owners of the acreage within the proposed district.
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Pursuant to A.R.S. 48-3424, any land owner within the boundaries of the proposed district may appear and object to the organization thereof, or to

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

describing the boundaries of the proposed district and fix a date of June 21, 2019, a date not less than 20 days after the publications and postings are completed. Written protests against the organization may be filed by owners of a majority of the acreage with

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, May 22, 2019

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the proposed district boundaries. If no protest is filed, or if one is filed and found insufficient, an order establishing the district shall be

entered and will include the appointment of the following three (3) Trustees of the district as set forth in the petition:
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Gunn McKay Dan Jarvis Jody Menzel

Lots 9 through 12, Lots 17 through 103, of COUNTRY CLUB VILLAGE, a Subdivision of part of the Northwest Quarter of Section 16, Township 1 North,

Range 5 East, of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian according to the Plat of Record in the Office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona, Recorded in Book 64 of Maps, Page 50;
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TOGETHER WITH Lots 112 through 120, Lots 200 through 207, Lots 211 through 221, Lots 223 through 230, Lots 232 through 234, of COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES,

a Subdivision of part of the Northwest Quarter of Section 16, Township 1 North, Range 5 East, of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian according to the Plat of Record in the Office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona, Recorded in Book 65 of Maps, Page 39;
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TOGETHER WITH Lots 121 through 133, Lots 190 through 199, of COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES PLAT THREE, a Subdivision of part of the Northwest Quarter of

Section 16, Township 1 North, Range 5 East, of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian according to the Plat of Record in the Office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona, Recorded in Book 82 of Maps, Page 35;
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TOGETHER WITH Lots 134 through 137, Lots 164 through 189, of COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES PLAT FOUR, a Subdivision of part of the Northwest Quarter of

Section 16, Township 1 North, Range 5 East, of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian according to the Plat of Record in the Office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona, Recorded in Book 86 of Maps, Page 2;
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TOGETHER WITH Lots 13 through 16, of a REPLAT OF LOTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 13, 14, 15 16 of COUNTRY CLUB VILLAGE, a Subdivision of part of the Northwest

Quarter of Section 16, Township 1 North, Range 5 East, of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian according to the Plat of Record in the Office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona, Recorded in Book 90 of Maps, Page 12;
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TOGETHER WITH Lots 1 through 22, of WESTWOOD VILLA, a Subdivision of part of the Northwest Quarter of Section 16, Township 1 North, Range 5 East, of

the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian according to the Plat of Record in the Office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona, Recorded in Book 122 of Maps, Page 40;
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TOGETHER WITH The South Half of the North Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 16, Township 1 North, Range 5 East, of

the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, Except the West 107 Feet Thereof;
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TOGETHER WITH The West 263 Feet of the North Half of the North Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 16, Township 1

North, Range 5 East, of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, Except the West 67 Feet of the North 211.44 feet Thereof, and also Except the West 107 Feet of the South 119 Feet Thereof. (C-06-19-449-M-00)
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10. IMPACT STATEMENT HEARING FOR THE PROPOSED EVERGREEN IRRIGATION WATER

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DELIVERY DISTRICT

Pursuant to A.R.S. 48-261 and 48-263, convene the scheduled public hearing on the impact statement for the proposed Evergreen Irrigation Water

Delivery District.
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The Board of Supervisors will hear those who appear for and against the proposed district and shall determine whether the creation of the district

will promote public health, comfort, convenience, necessity, or welfare.
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If the Board determines that the public health, comfort, convenience, necessity, or welfare will be promoted, it shall approve the district impact

statement, a bond of 250, and authorize the persons proposing the district to circulate petitions within the following proposed boundaries of the district:
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The West Half of the East Half of the Southwest Quarter, of Section 15, Township 1 North, Range 5 East, of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian

according to the Plat of Record in the Office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona;
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EXCEPT the South 758.30 Feet of the East 223.40 Feet thereof.

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

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

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

of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian according to the Plat of Record in the Office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona, Recorded in Book 88 of Maps, Page 40. (Supervisorial District 2) This item was continued from the April 24, 2019 meeting. (C-06-19-371-M-00)
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11. IMPACT STATEMENT HEARING FOR THE PROPOSED ARDEN ESTATES IRRIGATION

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WATER DELIVERY DISTRICT

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Pursuant to A.R.S. 48-261 and 48-263, convene the scheduled public hearing on the impact statement for the proposed Arden Estates Irrigation Water

Delivery District.
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The Board of Supervisors will hear those who appear for and against the proposed district and shall determine whether the creation of the district

will promote public health, comfort, convenience, necessity, or welfare.
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If the Board determines that the public health, comfort, convenience, necessity, or welfare will be promoted, it shall approve the district impact

statement, a bond of 250, and authorize the persons proposing the district to circulate petitions within the following proposed boundaries of the district:
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Lots 1 through 49 of ARDEN ESTATES UNIT ONE, a Subdivision of the Northwest Quarter of Section 13, Township 1 North, Range 5 East, of the Gila and

Salt River Base and Meridian according to the Plat of Record in the Office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona, Recorded in Book 119 of Maps, Page 12;
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EXCEPT any part of said ARDEN ESTATES UNIT ONE lying within Lots 1 through 8 of CANTERBURY PLACE, a Subdivision of Lots 23 thru 25, and a portion of

Lots 16 thru 18, 22 of
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ARDEN ESTATES UNIT ONE according to the Plat of Record in the Office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona, Recorded in Book 211 of

Maps, Page 17;
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TOGETHER WITH Lots 32 through 44 of KIRK ESTATES, a Subdivision of the Northwest Quarter of Section 13, Township 1 North, Range 5 East, of the Gila

and Salt River Base and Meridian according to the Plat of Record in the Office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona, Recorded in Book 160 of Maps, Page 10;
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TOGETHER WITH Lots 1 through 8 of CANTERBURY PLACE, a Subdivision of the Northwest Quarter of Section 13, Township 1 North, Range 5 East, of the Gila

and Salt River Base and Meridian according to the Plat of Record in the Office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona, Recorded in Book 211 of Maps, Page 17. (Supervisorial District 2) This item was continued from the April 24, 2019 meeting. (C-06-19-385-M-00)
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Transportation Transportaci n

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

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Convene a hearing for Road File No. PAB-0085 to consider the request to abandon a portion of a Federal Patent Easement Number 1148893 lying in the

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

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

P5203, it is recommended by the Department of Transportation Director, that the Board of Supervisors resolves to abandon (a portion of) a Federal Patent Easement, Road File No. PAB-0085. Legal description of the easement to be abandoned is identified as Exhibit A. In addition, direct the Clerk of the Board to record the Board of Supervisors resolution with the County Recorder. Supervisory District No. 3 (C-64-19-148-M-01)
Tagged Passions:ordinance, legal, streets, transportation, procedure, and easement

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

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COUNTY OFFICERS - OFICIALES DE CONDADO

Internal Audit - Auditor a Interna

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13. INTERNAL AUDIT DEPARTMENT'S ANNUAL AUDIT PLAN AND ANNUAL RISK ASSESSMENT

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Approve the Internal Audit Department's Annual Audit Plan and Annual Risk Assessment for FY20 (C-23-19-003-M-00)

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Clerk of the Court - Secretario de la Corte

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14. APPOINTMENTS

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Pursuant to A.R.S. 12-283, approve the official appointment of the following deputies, clerks, and assistants of the Clerk of the Superior Court.

Authorize the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to certify the Official Appointment and Oaths of Office in accordance with A. R. S. 38-231.
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Effective April 8, 2019 James Aaron Waslo, Deputy Clerk Kelly L. Marquez, Deputy Clerk Renee Lianna Hernandez, Deputy Clerk Lisa Renee Dalka, Deputy

Clerk Mayra Alejandra Antelo, Deputy Clerk Sagrario Hernandez Perez, Deputy Clerk

Effective April 15, 2019 Uday Sitaram Shetty, Deputy Clerk Samantha Leah Morris, Deputy Clerk

Effective April 22, 2019 Irma Rivera, Deputy Clerk Angelita Rose Sherman, Deputy Clerk Zenaida Anahi Molina, Deputy Clerk Christopher Nicholas

Chesny, Deputy Clerk Lamaar Raynard Overton, Deputy Clerk Nikita Shere Wise, Deputy Clerk

Effective April 29, 2019 Mayra Lizeth De La Rosa, Deputy Clerk

The Clerk of the Superior Court, pursuant to A.R.S. 12-283, and in accordance with procedures established by the Board of Supervisors, may appoint

deputies, clerks, and assistants. Further, the appointment shall be in writing. (C-16-19-010-9-00)
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Sheriff - Alguacil

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15. AGREEMENT AND ACCEPTANCE OF FUNDING FROM THE OFFICE OF NATIONAL DRUG

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CONTROL POLICY FOR THE HIGH INTENSITY DRUG TRAFFICKING AREA (HIDTA) PROGRAM

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Approve the Agreement and acceptance of funding from the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) Award Number G19SA0005A, for the High

Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) Program in the amount of 641,666 for Maricopa County. The term of this funding is from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2020. This is a reimbursement grant. MCSO is not obligated to continue the program after the funding period and there is no match requirement. This amount represents 100 of the stated budget requirements. Additional funding is not anticipated. The funding award is recurring and the Sheriff s Office has participated in HIDTA since approximately 1998.
Tagged Passions:drugs, funding, grant, budget, public safety, program, and policy

This award is competitive and enhances mandated functions. The Maricopa County Sheriff s Office (MCSO) is the Fiduciary of these funds for Maricopa

County. MCSO will receive a total of 531,889: 73,648 for Intelligence and 458,241for Interdiction. The Maricopa County Attorney s Office will receive 109,777 for Investigation. The Sheriff s Office indirect rate is 18.3 and is applicable to the award amount of 531,889 for a non-recoverable amount of 97,335.69 to be absorbed by the General Fund. The County Attorney s Office indirect rate is 13.5 and is applicable to the award amount of 109,777 for a non-recoverable amount of 14,819.90.
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The MCSO General Fund liability for direct payroll expenses not covered by the Grant is estimated to be 220,524 and is budgeted.

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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.
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The HIDTA Program is sponsored/funded by the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP). These grant funds are to support and enhance activities

in accordance with the approved ONDCP HIDTA Program Policy and Budget Guidance (PPBG). The majority of this award is directed to salaries and overtime ( 506,203) with the remaining amount of 135,463 being designated for communications, vehicle leases, investigative and office supplies, and travel and training. (C-50-19- 079-G-00)
Tagged Passions:drugs, funding, grant, leasing, budget, travel, program, training, communications, policy, and Communications

16. EXEMPTIONS FROM MARKINGS AND ISSUANCE OF UNDERCOVER LICENSE PLATES FOR

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REPLACEMENT UNDERCOVER FLEET VEHICLES GOING INTO SERVICE

Approve per A.R.S. 38-538.03 exemptions from markings and undercover license plate designations for twenty-five (25) county fleet replacement

vehicles that are assigned for detective and investigative use in the Sheriff s Office.
Tagged Passions:public safety and license

Board approval for exemption from markings is vehicle specific, good for one year, and does not automatically transfer to replacement vehicles. These

vehicles are replacements for vehicles being retired due to age and/or condition. The list is on file in the Clerk of the Board's office and retained in accordance with LAPR approved retention schedule. (C-50-19-078-V-00)
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17. AMENDMENT TO LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH TOWN OF

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CAREFREE

Approve Amendment 1 to the Agreement for Law Enforcement Services between the Town of Carefree and Maricopa County on behalf of the Sheriff s Office

with an effective date of July 1, 2019 and upon approval by the Board of Supervisors and the Town of Carefree. The County and the Town entered into an Agreement executed May 24, 2017 (C-50-17-096-3-00). Amendment 1 is presented to amend Section III, Reimbursement Costs and Charges, to coincide with changes to Worksheet Exhibit A to be effective with FY 2020.
Tagged Passions:public safety and services

The amendment changes the following: 1) The format of Worksheet Exhibit A. to acknowledge certain MGT recommendations; 2) the FTE staffing

Requirements table changing the Deputy to Sergeant ratio from 9:1 to 8:1 to acknowledge change implemented several years ago resulting from Court Compliance; 3) the way ammunition charges are calculated from the previous year costs to an average of the four previous year actual costs to eliminate wide variances; 4) adds recovery for monthly I-phone service charges; and 5 ) adds a 3 administrative service charge applicable to operating costs, excluding one-time items beginning July 1, 2019 and each year thereafter to recover certain indirect costs. The impact of this charge to the Town of Carefree contract for FY 2020 is 12,433.78.
Tagged Passions:gun control, legal, contract, compliance, human resources, Gun Control, and court

The Town of Carefree contracts for .30 of a beat of service and the FY 2020 cost is 426,893.05. Costs are updated annually by February 20. The

Sheriff has been providing law enforcement service to the Town of Carefree for more than 20 years. (C-50-17-096-3-01)
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18. AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES WITH TOWN OF CAVE

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CREEK

Approve Amendment 1 to the Agreement for Law Enforcement Services between the Town of Cave Creek and Maricopa County on behalf of the Sheriff s

Office with an effective date of July 1, 2019 and upon approval by the Board of Supervisors and the Town of Cave Creek. The County and the Town entered into an Agreement executed August 13, 2018 (C-50-19-006-3-00). Amendment 1 is presented to amend Section II, Scope of Services, and Section III, Reimbursement Costs and Charges, to coincide with changes to Worksheet Exhibit A to be effective with FY 2020.
Tagged Passions:public safety and services

The amendment changes the following: 1) the scope of service to include the Spur Cross Conservation area, previously handled in a separate agreement

with Maricopa County Parks, that
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increases the number of Patrol Deputies from 2.05 FTE to 3.05 FTE and the beat of service from .41 to .61; 2) the format of Worksheet Exhibit A. to

acknowledge certain MGT recommendations; 3) the FTE staffing Requirements table changing the Deputy to Sergeant ratio from 9:1 to 8:1 to acknowledge change implemented several years ago resulting from Court Compliance; 4) the way ammunition charges are calculated from the previous year costs to an average of the four previous year actual costs to eliminate wide variances; 5) adds recovery for monthly I-phone service charges; and 6 ) adds a 3 administrative service charge applicable to operating costs, excluding one-time items beginning July 1, 2019 and each year thereafter to recover certain indirect costs not previously recovered. The impact of this charge to the Town of Cave Creek contract for FY 2020 is 22,187.08. The Town of Cave Creek contracts for .61 of a beat of service and the FY 2020 cost is 761,756.27. Costs are updated annually by February 20.
Tagged Passions:gun control, legal, contract, compliance, human resources, Gun Control, and court

The Sheriff has been providing law enforcement service to the Town of Cave Creek for more than 20 years. (C-50-19-006-3-01)

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19. AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH

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TOWN OF GUADALUPE

Approve Amendment 1 to the Agreement for Law Enforcement Services between the Town of Guadalupe and Maricopa County on behalf of the Sheriff s Office

with an effective date of July 1, 2019 and upon approval by the Board of Supervisors and the Town of Guadalupe. The County and the Town entered into an Agreement executed June 28, 2018 (C-50-18-077-3-00). Amendment 1 is presented to amend Section III, Reimbursement Costs and Charges, to coincide with changes to Worksheet Exhibit A to be effective with FY 2020.
Tagged Passions:public safety and services

The amendment changes the following: 1) The format of Worksheet Exhibit A. to acknowledge certain MGT recommendations; 2) the FTE staffing

Requirements table changing the Deputy to Sergeant ratio from 9:1 to 8:1 to acknowledge change implemented several years ago resulting from Court Compliance; 3) the way ammunition charges are calculated from the previous year costs to an average of the four previous year actual costs to eliminate wide variances; 4) adds recovery for monthly I-phone service charges; and 5 ) adds a 3 administrative service charge applicable to operating costs, excluding one-time items beginning July 1, 2019 and each year thereafter to recover certain indirect costs not previously recovered. The impact of this charge to the Town of Guadalupe contract for FY 2020 is 56,253.42.
Tagged Passions:gun control, legal, contract, compliance, human resources, Gun Control, and court

The Town of Guadalupe contracts for 1.66 beats of service and the FY 2020 cost is 1,931,367. Costs are updated annually by February 20. The Sheriff

has been providing law enforcement service to the Town of Guadalupe for more than 20 years. (C-50-18-077-3-01)
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20. AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES WITH TOWN OF

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YOUNGTOWN

Approve Amendment 1 to the Agreement for Law Enforcement Services between the Town of Youngtown and Maricopa County on behalf of the Sheriff s Office

with an effective date of July 1, 2019 and upon approval by the Board of Supervisors and the Town of Youngtown. The County and the Town entered into an Agreement executed June 7, 2018 (C-50-18-073-3-00). Amendment 1 is presented to amend Section III, Reimbursement Costs and Charges, to coincide with changes to Worksheet Exhibit A to be effective with FY 2020.
Tagged Passions:public safety and services

The amendment changes the following: 1) The format of Worksheet Exhibit A. to acknowledge certain MGT recommendations; 2) the FTE staffing

Requirements table changing the Deputy to Sergeant ratio from 9:1 to 8:1 to acknowledge change implemented several years ago resulting from Court Compliance; 3) the way ammunition charges are calculated from the previous year costs to an average of the four previous year actual costs to eliminate wide variances; 4) adds recovery for monthly I-phone service charges; and 5 ) adds a 3 administrative service charge applicable to
Tagged Passions:gun control, legal, compliance, human resources, Gun Control, and court

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operating costs, excluding one-time items beginning July 1, 2019 and each year thereafter to recover certain indirect costs not previously recovered.

The impact of this charge to the Town of Youngtown contract for FY 2020 is 33,206.
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The Town of Youngtown contracts for 1 beat of service and the FY 2020 cost is 1,140,072. Costs are updated annually by February 20. The Sheriff has

been providing law enforcement service to the Town of Youngtown since December 2011. (C-50-18-073-3-01)
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21. AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES WITH GOODYEAR

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Approve Amendment 1 to the Agreement for Law Enforcement Services between the City of Goodyear and Maricopa County on behalf of the Sheriff s Office

with an effective date of July 1, 2019 and upon approval by the Board of Supervisors and the City of Goodyear. The County and the City entered into an Agreement executed June 27, 2018 (C-50-18-076-3-00). Amendment 1 is presented to amend Section III, Reimbursement Costs and Charges, to coincide with changes to Worksheet Exhibit A to be effective with FY 2020.
Tagged Passions:public safety and services

The amendment changes the following: 1) The format of Worksheet Exhibit A. to acknowledge certain MGT recommendations; 2) the FTE staffing

Requirements table changing the Deputy to Sergeant ratio from 9:1 to 8:1 to acknowledge change implemented several years ago resulting from Court Compliance; 3) the way ammunition charges are calculated from the previous year costs to an average of the four previous year actual costs to eliminate wide variances; 4) adds recovery for monthly I-phone service charges; and 5 ) adds a 3 administrative service charge applicable to operating costs, excluding one-time items beginning July 1, 2019 and each year thereafter to recover certain indirect costs not previously recovered. The impact of this charge to the City of Goodyear contract for FY 2020 is 7,393.
Tagged Passions:gun control, legal, contract, compliance, human resources, Gun Control, and court

The City of Goodyear contracts for .24 of a beat of service and the FY 2020 cost is 253,838. Costs are updated annually by February 20. The Sheriff

has been providing law enforcement service to the City of Goodyear for a specific area of the County that was annexed by the City approximately 12 years ago. (C-50-18-076-3-01)
Tagged Passions:contract, public safety, and annexation

22. AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES WITH THE TOWN OF

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FOUNTAIN HILLS

Approve Amendment 1 to the Agreement for Law Enforcement Services between the Town of Fountain Hills and Maricopa County on behalf of the Sheriff s

Office with an effective date of July 1, 2019 and upon approval by the Board of Supervisors and the Town of Fountain Hills. The County and the Town entered into an Agreement executed August 6, 2012 (C-50-12-084-3-00). Amendment 1 is presented to amend Section III, Reimbursement Costs and Charges, to coincide with changes to Worksheet Exhibit A to be effective with FY 2020.
Tagged Passions:public safety and services

The amendment changes the following: 1) The format of Worksheet Exhibit A. to acknowledge certain MGT recommendations; 2) the FTE staffing

Requirements table changing the Deputy to Sergeant ratio from 9:1 to 8:1 to acknowledge change implemented several years ago resulting from Court Compliance; 3) the way ammunition charges are calculated from the previous year costs to an average of the four previous year actual costs to eliminate wide variances; and 4) adds a 3 administrative service charge applicable to operating costs, excluding one-time items beginning July 1, 2019 and each year thereafter to recover certain indirect costs not previously recovered. The impact of this charge to the Town of Fountain Hills contract for FY 2020 is 136,185.
Tagged Passions:gun control, legal, contract, compliance, human resources, Gun Control, and court

The Town of Fountain Hills contracts for 3.80 beats of service and the FY 2020 cost is 4,675,700. Costs are updated annually by February 20. The

Sheriff has been providing law enforcement service to the Town of Fountain Hills for more than 20 years. (C-50-12-084-3-01)
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23. AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES WITH TOWN OF GILA

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BEND

Approve Amendment 1 to the Agreement for Law Enforcement Services between the Town of Gila Bend and Maricopa County on behalf of the Sheriff s Office

with an effective date of July 1, 2019 and upon approval by the Board of Supervisors and the Town of Gila Bend. The County and the Town entered into an Agreement executed July 25, 2012 (C-50-12-088-3-00). Amendment 1 is presented to amend Section III, Reimbursement Costs and Charges, to coincide with changes to Worksheet Exhibit A to be effective with FY 2020.
Tagged Passions:public safety and services

The amendment changes the following: 1) the format of Worksheet Exhibit A. to acknowledge certain MGT recommendations; 2) the FTE staffing

Requirements table changing the Deputy to Sergeant ratio from 9:1 to 8:1 to acknowledge change implemented several years ago resulting from Court Compliance; 3) the way ammunition charges are calculated from the previous year costs to an average of the four previous year actual costs to eliminate wide variances; and 4) adds a 3 administrative service charge applicable to operating costs, excluding one-time items beginning July 1, 2019 and each year thereafter to recover certain indirect costs not previously recovered. The impact of this charge to the Town of Gila Bend contract for FY 2020 is 15,697.
Tagged Passions:gun control, legal, contract, compliance, human resources, Gun Control, and court

The Town of Gila Bend contracts for .45 of a beat of service and the FY 2020 cost is 538,941. Costs are updated annually by February 20. The Sheriff

has been providing law enforcement service to the Town of Gila Bend for more than 20 years. (C-50-12-085-3-01)
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24. AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES WITH CITY OF

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LITCHFIELD PARK

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Approve Amendment 1 to the Agreement for Law Enforcement Services between the City of Litchfield Park and Maricopa County on behalf of the Sheriff s

Office with an effective date of July 1, 2019 and upon approval by the Board of Supervisors and the City of Litchfield Park. The County and the City entered into an Agreement executed July 25, 2012 (C-50-12-088-3-00). Amendment 1 is presented to amend Section III, Reimbursement Costs and Charges, to coincide with changes to Worksheet Exhibit A to be effective with FY 2020.
Tagged Passions:public safety, services, and parks

The amendment changes the following: 1) the format of Worksheet Exhibit A. to acknowledge certain MGT recommendations; 2) the FTE staffing

Requirements table changing the Deputy to Sergeant ratio from 9:1 to 8:1 to acknowledge change implemented several years ago resulting from Court Compliance; 3) the way ammunition charges are calculated from the previous year costs to an average of the four previous year actual costs to eliminate wide variances; and 4) adds a 3 administrative service charge applicable to operating costs, excluding one-time items beginning July 1, 2019 and each year thereafter to recover certain indirect costs not previously recovered. The impact of this charge to the City of Litchfield Park contract for FY 2020 is 24,962.
Tagged Passions:gun control, legal, contract, parks, compliance, human resources, Gun Control, and court

The City of Litchfield Park contracts for .75 of a beat of service and the FY 2020 cost is 857,049. Costs are updated annually by February 20. The

Sheriff has been providing law enforcement service to the City of Litchfield Park for more than 20 years. (C-50-12-088-3-01)
Tagged Passions:contract, public safety, and parks

25. AGREEMENT FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES WITH THE TOWN OF QUEEN CREEK

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Approve the Agreement for Law Enforcement Service between the Town of Queen Creek and Maricopa County on behalf of the Sheriff s Office effective

retroactive to January 1, 2019 through June 30, 2022, with up to three, one-year, automatic renewals.
Tagged Passions:public safety

This Agreement replaces and supersedes any existing Agreement for Law Enforcement Services between the two parties, the most recent being that

certain Agreement for Law Enforcement Services between the parties executed on; August 27, 2014 (C-50-15-008-3-00) and Amendment 1
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Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, May 22, 2019

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(C-50-15-008-3-01) effective April 1, 2015, Amendment 2 (C-50-15-008-3-02) effective July 1, 2016, and Amendment 3 (C-50-15-008-3-03) retroactively

effective to July 1, 2017.

The Agreement increases level of service to 5.4 beats beginning the second half of FY 2019, January 1, 2019 through June 30, 2019. This increase in

level of service results in the establishment of two additional law enforcement officer positions; two additional law enforcement sergeants; and one additional law enforcement lieutenant, plus vehicles and equipment. This Agreement also provides a second increase in level of service beginning with FY 2020, July 1, 2019, to six (6) full beats, resulting in the establishment of three additional law enforcement officer positions plus vehicles and equipment. The Town will be charged on a pro-rated basis for both FY 2019 and FY 2020 until contracted staffing levels are met.
Tagged Passions:equipment, contract, public safety, and human resources

This Agreement includes a provision for the Town to request invoice credit in situations where staffing levels are not met due to long term (three

consecutive months or more) vacancies or employee leaves of absence.
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The annualized value of this Agreement for FY 2019 is 7,124,083.48, subject to pro-rating, plus estimated one-time costs of 281,917 that will be

deferred to FY 2020 due to timing of contract implementation. The annualized value of this contract for FY 2020 is 8,309,671.94, subject to pro- rating, plus estimated one-time costs of 281,814. The FY 2020 total includes the 3 charge applied to operating, new to this Agreement.
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Also approve six, (6) additions to fleet for which the Town will reimburse the County full vehicle purchase and get ready costs. The Town will

subsequently and continually fund vehicle replacement through charges included in the annualized costs in the cost Worksheet Exhibit A (as is the case with all agreements).
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This Agreement can be canceled without cause with a 12-month notice. Costs are updated annually by February 20. The Sheriff s Office has been

providing Law Enforcement Service to the Town of Queen Creek for over 20 years. This Agreement, if approved, will be supported with 52 MCSO employees. (C-50-19-080-3-00)
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COUNTY OFFICES AND DEPARTMENTS DEPARTAMENTOS Y OFICINAS DEL CONDADO

Air Quality - Calidad del Aire

26. AMENDMENT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF PHOENIX FOR AIR QUALITY

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MONITORS AT FIRE STATION NO. 40

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Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute Amendment No. 4 to Non-Exclusive License Agreement for Air Quality Monitors at Fire Station No. 40,

P-50172, with the City of Phoenix, for non-exclusive use of space at Fire Station No. 40 at 3838 N. 83rd Avenue, Phoenix, AZ
Tagged Passions:fire departments and districts and license

The Agreement will allow the County Air Quality Department continued use of the site for air quality monitoring purposes for a term of one (1) year

as well as allow for counterpart signatures. The term will commence July 6, 2019 and expire July 5, 2020, unless terminated earlier as provided in the Agreement. This is the fourth of five (5) one (1) year extensions. There is no cost to the County. Either Party may terminate the Agreement with a 30-day notice to the other party. (C-85-11-028-3-04)

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, May 22, 2019

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

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27. NEW HOPE AGREEMENT WITH DESERT LABRADOR RETRIEVER RESCUE, INC.

Approve an agreement between Desert Labrador Retriever Rescue, Inc. 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 36 New Hope transfers over the term of the agreement for a total of 1,871. The term of this agreement will commence upon approval and execution by the Board and expire following a three (3) year period. (C-79-19-100-3-00)
Tagged Passions:pets, services, program, and license

28. NEW HOPE AGREEMENT WITH ANGELS SAVING THOSE IN NEED, INC.

Approve an agreement between Angels Saving Those In Need, Inc. 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 36 New Hope transfers over the term of the agreement for a total of 1,871. The term of this agreement will commence upon approval and execution by the Board and expire following a three (3) year period. (C-79-19-101-3-00)
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29. KENNEL PERMIT (MULTIPLE DOG LICENSE) FOR ZDENEK BLABLA D/B/A ALPINE

Tagged Passions:pets and license

KENNELS

Approve kennel permit K20-000039 pursuant to A.R.S. 11-1009 for Zdenek Blabla d/b/a Alpine Kennels, 29416 N. 161st Avenue, Surprise, AZ 85387 in

District 4 for a one-year period beginning the first day of the month following Board approval. The cost of a kennel permit is 350. The total amount received for this kennel permit application is 350. (C-79-19-102-3-00)

30. KENNEL PERMIT (MULTIPLE DOG LICENSE) FOR GENIA GRAVES D/B/A GRAVES

Tagged Passions:pets, license, and graves

LABRADOR RETRIEVERS

Approve kennel permit K19-000068 pursuant to A.R.S. 11-1009 for Genia Graves d/b/a Graves Labrador Retrievers, 24439 N. 195th Avenue, Surprise, AZ

85387 in District 4 for a one-year period beginning the first day of the month following Board approval. The cost of a kennel permit is 350. The total amount received for this kennel permit application is 350. (C-79-19-103-3-00)
Tagged Passions:graves

31. KENNEL PERMIT (MULTIPLE DOG LICENSE) FOR BOBBIE NICHOLS D/B/A BOBBIE'S

Tagged Passions:pets and license

BULLIES

Approve kennel permit K19-000070 pursuant to A.R.S. 11-1009 for Bobbie Nichols d/b/a Bobbie's Bullies, 3223 S. Brice, Mesa, AZ 85212 in District 2,

for a one-year period beginning the first day of the month following Board approval. The cost of a kennel permit is 350. The total amount received for this kennel permit application is 350. (C-79-19-105-3-00)

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, May 22, 2019

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

32. KENNEL PERMIT (MULTIPLE DOG LICENSE) FOR STACY KIRSHNER D/B/A KIRSHNER'S FOSTERS

Tagged Passions:pets and license

Approve kennel permit K19-000069 pursuant to A.R.S. 11-1009 for Stacy Kirshner d/b/a Kirshner's Fosters, 153 N. 193rd Drive, Buckeye, AZ 85326 in

District 4 for a one-year period beginning the first day of the month following Board approval. The cost of a kennel permit is 350. The total amount received for this kennel permit application is 350. (C-79-19-104-3-00)

33. DONATION FROM TWO PUPS WELLNESS FUND FOR MICROCHIPS

Tagged Passions:donation and Donation

Accept the restricted donation in the amount of 510 from Two Pups Wellness Fund, through the Arizona Community Foundation, for the purchase of

microchips to be used for stray dogs being returned to their owners, providing them with an important piece of identification.
Tagged Passions:pets, donation, Donation, and purchasing

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-79-19-106-D-00)
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, donation, and Donation

34. DONATION FROM ALMOST THERE FOSTER CARE FOR MICROCHIPS

Tagged Passions:donation and Donation

Accept the restricted donation in the amount of 540 from Almost There Foster Care for the purchase of microchips to be used for stray dogs being

returned to their owners, providing them with an important piece of identification.
Tagged Passions:pets, donation, Donation, and purchasing

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-79-19-107-D-00)
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, donation, and Donation

35. DONATION FROM HOPE EMERGENCY ANIMAL RESCUE (H.E.A.R.) FOR MEDICAL TESTING

Tagged Passions:donation, Donation, and emergency

AND TREATMENT

Accept the monthly restricted donation of 1,000 from H.E.A.R. for the testing and treatment of MCACC shelter animals with Valley Fever and Tick

Fever, as set forth in the Memorandum of Understanding approved by the Board of Supervisors on January 9, 2019 (C-79-19-062-M--00).
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-79-19-108-D-00)
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, donation, and Donation

36. DONATION FROM LOVEPUP FOUNDATION FOR MICROCHIPS

Tagged Passions:donation and Donation

Accept the restricted donation in the amount of 16,399 from LovePup Foundation for the purchase of microchips, allowing the shelter animals to

receive this important piece of identification.
Tagged Passions:donation, Donation, and purchasing

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-79-19-109-D-00)
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, donation, and Donation

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, May 22, 2019

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

Emergency Management - Administraci n de Emergencia

Tagged Passions:emergency

37. MOU WITH RUBIO'S COASTAL GRILL

Tagged Passions:restaurants

Approve a Memorandum of Understanding between Rubio's Coastal Grill and Maricopa County through the Department of Emergency Management, for the

purpose of offering an incentive (one Free Food Item selected by Rubio's) to persons who download the Ready.Maricopa.gov Preparedness app. This Memorandum of Understanding is non-financial and is effective from May 22, 2019 until June 10, 2019. (C-15-19-010-3-00)
Tagged Passions:finance, restaurants, emergency, and incentive

Enterprise Technology - Tecnolog a Empresarial

Tagged Passions:Technology and technology

38. AMENDMENT TO CABLE TELEVISION LICENSE AGREEMENT WITH WESTERN HOLDINGS,

Tagged Passions:license

EXTENDING AGREEMENT

Approve Amendment No. 1 to an Agreement between Western Broadband, LLC, A Delaware Limited Liability Company (Western Holdings) and Maricopa County

through the Enterprise Technology. The purpose of this amendment is to extend the current agreement that is set to expire on or about June 16, 2019. This amendment is non-financial and is effective from June 15, 2019 until June 30, 2020. All other terms and conditions of the Agreement remain in full force and effect.
Tagged Passions:finance, Technology, technology, and Internet Access

Western Broadband, LLC, a Delaware Limited Liability Company, dba Orbital Communications, is a current Cable Television License holder in Maricopa

County. Their service area is mainly the unincorporated community of Sun Lakes. Their 15 year license agreement is set to expire on June 16, 2019.
Tagged Passions:communications, license, Internet Access, and Communications

The County and Orbital have been in discussions concerning license renewal for some time. Their current license agreement is in good standing and

their franchise fee payments are current. As a license holder, Orbital pays the County a franchise fee that equals 5 of their gross revenues from traditional cable video services only.
Tagged Passions:services and license

During this same period of time, the State of Arizona has passed legislation that will allow cable television companies to be regulated by the State

instead of the local authorities. This has already taken place in incorporated cities and towns and appears to be making its way through discussions to be incorporated for counties.

By extending this current license agreement, the County and Orbital can understand if the county legislation will pass at the state level. If it

does, the County would no longer need to have a license agreement. The County will still collect franchise fees for us of the County's right-a-ways but no other authority would be required.
Tagged Passions:license

It should be noted that with all of the deregulation of cable television companies through the past several years, the County has no real authority

to regulate traditional cable television services at this time. (C-76-05-003-1-01)
Tagged Passions:services

Finance - Finanzas

Tagged Passions:finance

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

Tagged Passions:funding and public safety

Approve regular and routine fund transfers, warrant reports 04/19/2019 through 05/02/2019, 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-06-19-466-7-00)
Tagged Passions:funding and public safety

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, May 22, 2019

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

Human Resources - Recursos Humanos

Tagged Passions:human resources

40. MARICOPA COUNTY EMPLOYEE LEAVE POLICY (HR2415) REVISION

Tagged Passions:policy

Approve a revision to the Maricopa County Employee Leave Policy (HR2415) effective May 22, 2019. This revision changes Recognition Leave to

accommodate a variety of regular daily shifts; removes the requirement to submit a summary of annual Recognition Leave to the DCM/ACMs; clarifies that Bereavement Leave is prorated for eligible part-time employees; clarifies that employees summoned for jury duty and waiting for notification to report are not eligible for jury duty leave while waiting to call in; prevents employees from frontloading vacation time in the last pay period of the calendar year to cover vacation hours taken in January of the following year.
Tagged Passions:recognition, policy, Jury, and jury

This policy applies to all employees of Maricopa County elected offices and appointed departments as well as the Flood Control District of Maricopa

County and the Maricopa County Library District (Special Districts). The Board of Supervisors is authorized to jointly adopt policies applying to the Special Districts under the Intergovernmental Agreement, C-06-18-393-6-00, approved on April 1, 2018. This policy does not apply to Elected Officials. (C-31-17-039-6-03)
Tagged Passions:appointments, flooding, policy, intergovernmental, and library

Human Services - Servicios Humanos

Tagged Passions:services

41. EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT WITH MARICOPA COUNTY

Tagged Passions:education

COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT

Tagged Passions:university

Approve a non-financial Experiential Education Partnership Agreement ( Agreement ) with Maricopa County Community College District ( MCCCD ) and

Maricopa County ( Agency ) administered by the Human Services Department, Early Education Division Head Start program. Through this Agreement, MCCCD students will be provided with opportunities for all forms of learning or serving through off-campus experiences, including service learning, corporative education, internships, externships, and volunteering services with the Head Start program.
Tagged Passions:finance, preschool, services, program, university, education, poverty, family services, volunteer, and students

This Agreement applies to all MCCCD Colleges.

Tagged Passions:university

The Agreement effective date shall begin on June 1, 2019 and shall remain in place until terminated by either Party.

Approval of this item will not impact the County General Fund. Supervisory District: All (C-22-19-030-3-00)

42. DATA SHARING AGREEMENTS WITH ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC SECURITY

Tagged Passions:security

FOR HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT PROGRAM ACTIVITIES

Tagged Passions:services and program

Approve three (3) non-financial Data Sharing Agreements (DSA) between Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES) and Maricopa County, administered

by its Human Services Department.
Tagged Passions:finance, security, and services

The Human Services Department (HSD) Divisions must access DES Arizona Technological Eligibility Computer System ( AZTECS ) database to determine

client eligibility for HSD s administered programs.
Tagged Passions:services and program

DES requires a separate DSA for each division/program that must access DES database as funding and program services have different requirements. Each

DSA is valid for 5 years from date of last approved signature unless something occurs to necessitate a new DSA be completed.
Tagged Passions:funding, services, and program

Request approval and authorization for the Chairman to sign the following J-119 Single Division Data-Sharing Agreements: 1775041 for Community

Services Division
Tagged Passions:services

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1775044 for Housing and Community Development Division 1775043 for Workforce Development Division

Tagged Passions:development, Development, workforce development, workforce, community development, and housing

HSD s programs must conduct verification of eligibility before assistance can be provided by HSD program. HSD utilizes the results to determine if

low-income individuals/families are eligible for programs administered by HSD. HSD conducts research in areas such as: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Temporary Assistance to Families (TANF), income of household members, Employment, Unemployment Compensation, Wages, Child Support or other State sponsored benefits, and U.S. Citizenship/lawful presence.
Tagged Passions:compensation, program, employment, poverty, Immigration, and nutrition

Access to the DES database systems is critical to meeting contract performance. Supervisory District: All (C-22-19-031-3-00)

Tagged Passions:contract and performance

43. AMENDMENT EXTENSIONS TO WORK EXPERIENCE AGREEMENTS

Approve a template or substantially similar Amendment No. 1 to Work Experience Agreements (WEX) with local businesses that provide eligible program

participants with opportunities to develop workplace skills in workplace settings. The local businesses referred to Work Experience Training Partner or Partner . The Agreements are non-financial and designed to enable program participants to establish a work history, demonstrate success in a work environment by developing skills that lead to unsubsidized employment.
Tagged Passions:business, finance, program, Conservation, environment, employment, training, and history

The template for Amendment No. 1 would allow for extensions to the Agreement term. The Agreements are subject to statutory language of A.R.S. 38-511

and incorporate the same by reference. In accordance with Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Title I-B regulations, Work Experience (WEX) opportunities are planned, structured learning experience that will contribute to the achievement of the participant s employment goals through measurable training components that occur in a workplace setting for a specified period of time. A WEX may take place in the private for-profit sector, the non-profit sector, or the public sector.
Tagged Passions:regulation, employment, training, Title I, and workforce

Also, request approval and authorization for the Human Services Department Director to sign Amendments these extension Amendments. This approval will

allow for processing WEX Amendments and place program participants in training opportunities once Amendments are executed by the Parties. Prior to execution, all WEX agreements will be processed for approval by the Human Services assigned attorney and, when executed, will be submitted to the Clerk of the Board s office for filing.
Tagged Passions:legal, services, program, and training

By approving this item, local businesses currently engaged in WEX activities will continue to provide individuals with structured learning

opportunities.
Tagged Passions:business

The County, as a designated Local Workforce Development Area (LWDA) and is the recipient of U.S. Department of Labor WIOA funds. The Human Services

Department through its Workforce Development Division Arizona@Work Maricopa County, administers WIOA program activities. The Workforce Development staff work to identify local businesses that are willing to have program participants in their worksites.
Tagged Passions:funding, business, development, services, program, Development, workforce development, and workforce

WEX program participants will receive minimum wage during the hours they are actively involved in worksite training. Participants will be paid

through the Staffing Services and Related Services Solutions Contract with ACRO Service Corporation, Serial 16111 RFP. Supervisory District: All (C-22-18-039-3-01)
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, contract, services, program, training, human resources, and minimum wage

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, May 22, 2019

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

44. APPLICATION TO THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES FOR A NON- FEDERAL SHARE WAIVER FOR THE EARLY HEAD START EXPANSION GRANT

Tagged Passions:grant, health, expansion, preschool, services, poverty, and family services

Approve the submittal of an application to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)/Administration for Children and Families (ACF),

Office of Head Start (OHS), Grant No. 09HP000105 for a Non-Federal Share Waiver. The Maricopa County Head Start program will request a reduction to the grant s required Non-Federal Share (NFS).
Tagged Passions:grant, health, preschool, services, program, poverty, and family services

The current required NFS is 483,833. The application proposes to reduce NSF by 266,108.15 and if the reduction is approved the new NFS shall be

217,724.82. The reduced NFS is for the grant period of August 1, 2018 to July 31, 2019. If the application for this waiver is approved, the grant award will not be impacted and will remain at the current amount of 1,935,330 for the period of August 1, 2018 to July 31, 2019.
Tagged Passions:grant

Maricopa County was awarded the Early Head Start Expansion grant in March 1, 2017 through August 31, 2021 to expand the number and quality of

learning opportunities for infants and toddlers through partnerships with Child Care providers.
Tagged Passions:grant, expansion, preschool, Child Care, poverty, and family services

The Head Start program identifies NFS through the valuation of donated goods, and facilities and services provided by parents and community

volunteers. Factors that impacted the NFS collection include: Delay in opening a licensed classroom
Tagged Passions:preschool, services, program, license, poverty, family services, volunteer, and parents

The Head Start's plan to generate sufficient NFS for the remainder of the grant period include: Donation of use of a web-based portal for a 3 month

period Collection of discounts and expenses from Childcare Providers, which benefit program participants Identifying services from Quality Rating system that is supporting child care partners (C-22-17-060-G-06)
Tagged Passions:grant, preschool, donation, Donation, services, program, Child Care, poverty, and family services

45. ANNUAL ACTION PLAN FOR HUD FUNDED ACTIVITIES AND RECEIPT OF U.S.

DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT FUNDS

Tagged Passions:funding, development, Development, and housing

Approve the following items regarding the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funded activities:

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and housing

1. Approve the FY 2019-2020 Annual Action Plan for U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funded activities: Community Development

Block Grant (CDBG); HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME); and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG). The Annual Action Plan (AAP) identifies proposed projects to be undertaken in order to implement the FY 2015- 2020 Five-Year Consolidated Plan. The AAP also includes the Maricopa HOME Consortium and the Maricopa Urban County Annual Action Plans FY 2019-2020 is year five under the Five-Year Consolidated Plan. Submittal of AAP is a HUD requirement.
Tagged Passions:grant, development, program, emergency, Development, investment, cdbg, community development, and housing

HUD notified the County of fund allocations for fiscal year 2019-2020. The AAP activities are based on the HUD allocations and prior year s

un-programed funds as well as prior year s program income. Funds will be spent over multiple years per allowable regulations and may be reallocated if necessary and with input through the Citizen Participation Plan as approved by the Board of Supervisors.
Tagged Passions:funding, regulation, and program

2. Approve receipt of FY2019-20 HUD total funds in the amount of 7,574,322 allocated per program: 2,989,846 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)

4,332,645 HOME Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) 251,831 Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, development, program, emergency, Development, investment, cdbg, and community development

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, May 22, 2019

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

3. Approve the receipt of HOME Consortium Program Income funds totaling 416,097.39 which was generated by prior year HUD agreements and activities.

16,028.99 of the program income was generated by Maricopa County and will be used on Maricopa County HOME projects, the remaining 400,068.40 was generated by the HOME Consortium and will be used on Consortium projects.
Tagged Passions:funding and program

The total HOME Consortium Grant FY 19-20 allocation includes 4,332,645 and 416,097.39 of program income from all Consortium members for a total of

4,748,742.39.
Tagged Passions:grant and program

4. Approve the expenditure of 374,205 in previously approved CDBG funds that were not allocated/un-programmed and will be utilized in FY19-20 program

year projects.
Tagged Passions:funding, program, and cdbg

The total Urban County CDBG Grant FY 19-20 allocation includes 2,989,846 and 374,205 of prior year funds for a total of 3,364,051.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, and cdbg

5. Approve the receipt of Program Income generated by the HUD funded agreements and activities in the amount not-to-exceed 500,000. Funding period of

availability shall be July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. This program income shall be utilized for allowable programmatic and administrative activities.
Tagged Passions:funding and program

6. Authorize the Human Services Department Director to submit the referenced plans and sign all documents related to the grant funds.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, and services

Maricopa County is the recipient of annual, reoccurring, non-competitive HUD funding.

Tagged Passions:funding

The Human Services Department FY2020 approved provisional indirect cost rate is 22.2 of salaries and employee related expenses from the U.S.

Department of Health and Human Services. The total grant funds are 7,574,322 of which 609,140 is for salaries and benefits. The total estimated indirect costs and fully recoverable are 135,229. ESG funds do not have salaries and benefits included in the grant award. Budget adjustments will be made when the Indirect rate costs has been fully negotiated and shall be retroactive to July 1, 2019.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, budget, and services

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

prohibited by the budget law. The approval of this funding does not alter the budget constraining expenditures of local revenues duly adopted by the Board pursuant A.R.S. 42-17105.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, and budget

The services provided by the grant funds are not mandated services but are a benefit to County residents by providing funding to communities that

improve infrastructure and increase affordable housing.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, services, and housing

Receipt of the grant funds do not require match funds or future or ongoing contributions at the end of the funding availability period.

Tagged Passions:funding and grant

Approval of this item shall not impact the County General Fund. The overall grant budget will be adjusted as necessary to accommodate this grant

through a future grant reconciliation. Supervisory District: All (C-22-16-032-G-05)
Tagged Passions:grant and budget

46. AMENDMENT TO LEASE AGREEMENT WITH 2150 COUNTRY CLUB, LLC

Tagged Passions:leasing

Approve, and authorize the Chairman to execute non-financial Amendment No. 8 to Lease Agreement L-7330 between 2150 Country Club, LLC, an Arizona

limited liability company, Lessor, and Maricopa County, Lessee, for leased space at 2150-1 S. Country Club Drive, Suite 7, Mesa AZ.
Tagged Passions:finance and leasing

This Amendment authorizes the County to make modifications to the front reception, lobby and waiting area at the leased Premises for the Human

Services Department, Head Start office.
Tagged Passions:leasing, preschool, services, poverty, and family services

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, May 22, 2019

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

The improvements are for ADA access into the Head Start office, remove glass barriers, replace flooring and paint the entry area. The changes will

allow for ease of entry into building and greater mobility in the front office area.
Tagged Passions:preschool, disability, poverty, and family services

All work will be performed and manage by a Maricopa County contracted vendor under (Serial 14007 RFP). The modifications and improvements will be at

the County sole cost and shall be funded by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)/Administration for Children and Families (ACF), Office of Head Start (OHS), (Grant No. 09CH010385/C-22-16-011-G-00). Supervisory District: 2 (C-22-03-110-4-11)
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, grant, health, preschool, contract, services, poverty, and family services

Parks and Recreation - Parques y Recreaci n

Tagged Passions:parks and recreation

47. AMENDMENT TO IGA WITH YAVAPAI COUNTY

Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute Amendment 1 to Intergovernmental Agreement (Agreement) between Maricopa County (Maricopa) and Yavapai

County (Yavapai) (Amendment).
Tagged Passions:intergovernmental

This Amendment addresses revisions to the costs for Yavapai County s Criminal Justice System and Maricopa County s law enforcement occurring in

Yavapai County within the Lake Pleasant Regional Park, as provided for in Section 2 and Section 3 (respectively) of the Agreement.
Tagged Passions:public safety and parks

Maricopa and Yavapai both acknowledge that Maricopa has not utilized Yavapai to provide the criminal justice system services as contemplated in the

original Agreement since the 2011 revision to A.R.S. 22-301. Accordingly, payment of the annual flat fee under the initial Agreement, Section 2, ceased - as it was no longer properly due and payable. Maricopa and Yavapai wish to amend the Agreement to provide for payment for services at a predetermined rate, as they are actually rendered as of July 1st following the execution of this Agreement and thereafter as of July 1st of each fiscal year during which this Agreement remains in effect.
Tagged Passions:services

As provided in, A.R.S. 22-301 as revised, Maricopa County law enforcement officers may now cite misdemeanors and criminal offenses punishable by a

fine or imprisonment, which occur in Yavapai County with the Lake Pleasant Regional Park to Maricopa County Court System. All other provisions of the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect. This item is located in Supervisory District 4. (C-30-19-017-M-00)
Tagged Passions:legal, public safety, parks, and court

48. ADMINISTRATIVE PAYMENT CHANGES TO MARICOPA COUNTY EMPLOYEE ANNUAL PARK

Tagged Passions:parks

PASS DISCOUNT PROGRAM

Tagged Passions:program

Approve administrative payment changes to the Maricopa County employee discount for the Maricopa County Parks and Recreation annual passes by

eliminating the payroll deduction process in favor of a one-time yearly discount applied at the time the pass is purchased. The end cost to the employee remains unchanged.
Tagged Passions:purchasing, parks, and recreation

Originally approved in January 2012 (C-30-12-017-M-00), the Maricopa County employee discount for Maricopa County Parks and Recreation annual passes

was set up via a payroll deduction. As the program has progressed, Parks and Central Payroll has been challenged with the administrative work associated with the set-up and tracking of these annual pass cards. Changing the payment process from a recurring payroll deduction to a one-time payment with an employee discount will significantly reduce the administrative workload associated with payroll deduction set-up and tracking. (C-30-12-017-M-01)
Tagged Passions:program, parks, and recreation

Formal Meeting Agenda Wednesday, May 22, 2019

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

Procurement Services - Servicios de Adquisiciones

Tagged Passions:services and purchasing

49. MARICOPA COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING RE-STACK (190035-ROQ)

Approve and authorize the execution of Change Order 1 in an amount of 1,322,422.00, increasing the contract from 205,800 to 1,528,222.00 between

Dekker Perich Sabatini (Architects) and Maricopa County to add additional architectural and engineering services to existing contract for the Maricopa County Administration Building Re-Stack project. Services to include: additional design development, construction document services, and construction administration services. These additional services to be applied from design development phase through contract administration and project completion. (C-73-19-029-5-00)
Tagged Passions:construction, development, contract, services, and Development

50. AUTO BODY REPAIR; CARS AND LIGHT TRUCKS (190233-S)

Tagged Passions:transportation

Approve the contract for award at an estimate of 1,600,000.00 over two (2) years until May 31, 2021 with four (4) additional years of renewal

options. The effective date of the contract will be May 8, 2019. The purpose of the contract is to provide to Maricopa County a multi-vendor contract with qualified providers for automobile repair for County owned passenger cars and light trucks. This contract will cover all accident claims over one-thousand dollars per vehicle. However, the County may at its option choose to utilize this contract for vehicle repairs under one-thousand dollars.
Tagged Passions:contract and transportation

It is requested by the Risk Management that the Board of Supervisors approve the subject award to the Lowest Responsible Responsive Bidder as

recommended.
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, and risk

Courtesy Chevrolet GMPH One, Inc. DBA: Southwest Collision (C-73-19-027-3-00)

Public Defense Services - Servicios de Defensa P blica

Tagged Passions:services

51. CORRECTION TO EXEMPTION FROM VEHICLE GOVERNMENTAL DECALS AND PLATES

Tagged Passions:zoning

FOR OFFICE OF THE PUBLIC DEFENDER

Correct the action taken on April 24, 2019, under agenda item C-52-19-002-M-00 to approve the issuance of non-governmental license plates and

exemption from county markings for two 2019 Ford Focus. The vehicle make and model originally listed as 2019 Ford Focus should be corrected to 2019 Ford Taurus. (C-52-19-002-M-01)
Tagged Passions:zoning and license

52. APPLY AND ACCEPT EDWARD J. BYRNE MEMORIAL JUSTICE ASSISTANCE GRANT/ DRUG

Tagged Passions:drugs and grant

ENFORCEMENT ACCOUNT BYRNE FUNDING

Tagged Passions:funding

Approve the application and acceptance of grant funds from the Edward J. Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant/Drug Enforcement Account (DEA) in

the amount not-to-exceed 280,000. The department budgeted 198,515 through the normal annual budget process. Notice of the final funding amount from the grantor should be received in July 2019. Grant funds will be used to partially fund the salaries of attorneys providing legal representation for defendants with drug related charges. The grant award supports mandated legal representation per the United States Constitution. The grant award is competitively pursued and other eligible agencies may or may not apply for this grant award.
Tagged Passions:drugs, funding, grant, legal, and budget

The grant award begins on July 1, 2019 and ends on June 30, 2020. The Public Defender indirect rate for FY2020 is 11.7 . Unrecoverable indirect costs

are estimated to be 32,760. The grant award is reoccurring and has been awarded to the department for the past 29 years. The cost of the positions supported by this grant for FY2019-20 total 370,791. If awarded, the grant will cover up to 280,000 and the remaining amount (which includes the in-kind match requirement) will be absorbed by the department s general fund budget. In the event that the department does not
Tagged Passions:grant, budget, and events

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receive funding in future years, grant expenditures will be absorbed by the department s general fund budget.

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, and budget

Funding for this agreement is provided by a Grant from the Edward J. Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant/Drug Enforcement Account (DEA). The

overall grant budget will be adjusted as necessary to accommodate this grant through a future reconciliation. Grant revenues are not local revenues for the purpose of the constitutional expenditure limitation, and therefore, expenditure of the funds is not prohibited by the budget law. (C-52-19-003-M-00)
Tagged Passions:drugs, funding, grant, and budget

Public Health - Salud P blica

Tagged Passions:health

53. AMENDMENT TO IGA WITH ARIZONA BOARD OF REGENTS ON BEHALF OF THE

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA FOR EPIDEMIOLOGY SERVICES

Tagged Passions:services and university

Approve an amendment to the Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between the Arizona Board of Regents for and on behalf of the University of Arizona

(UofA), Sponsored Project Services and Maricopa County by and through its Department of Public Health (MCDPH) to provide continued funding for epidemiology services by the U of A Student Aid for Field Epidemiology Response (SAFER) team, to MCDPH. The agreement amount is 134,000.00 for the year 2 budget period July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. The IGA term is July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2023.
Tagged Passions:funding, health, budget, services, university, and intergovernmental

This IGA is exempt from procurement procedures pursuant to Section MC1-1001 of the Maricopa County Procurement Code. (C-86-18-071-3-01)

Tagged Passions:procedure and purchasing

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

Tagged Passions:health and contract

ASSESSMENT REPORT

Approve Amendment 6 to the Contract for services 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). OE will continue to provide a CHNA to Dignity Health locations. The contract is amended as follows:
Tagged Passions:health, contract, and services

A. Coversheet, 3. Contract Amount is changed to an aggregate, not-to-exceed (NTE) total amount from 290,000.00 to 360,000.00 (increased 70,000.00 for

the budget period July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020);
Tagged Passions:budget and contract

B. Coversheet, 6. Expiration Date is extended to June 30, 2020. (The Contract term cannot be extended beyond June 30, 2020.)

Tagged Passions:contract

The Department of Public Health s FY 2018-19 indirect rate for fee fund is 12.1 ; indirect costs are estimated at 7,556 all of which is fully

recoverable.
Tagged Passions:health

Fee for service revenues are not local revenues for the purpose of the constitutional expenditure limitation, and therefore expenditure of the

revenues is not prohibited by the budget law. This Agreement does not alter the budget constraining expenditures of local revenues duly adopted by the Board pursuant to A.R.S. 42-17105. The overall fee fund budget will be adjusted as necessary to accommodate these fees through a future reconciliation. Funding for these fees will be provided by the health clinics, hospitals, and other entities and will not affect the County general fund. (C-86-15-049-3-08)
Tagged Passions:funding, health, hospital, budget, and healthcare

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Real Estate - Bienes Ra ces

55. SALE OF REAL PROPERTY TO THE CITY OF AVONDALE

Tagged Passions:sale and property

Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute a Purchase Agreement and Escrow Instructions, Special Warranty Deed, and all other required documents

approved by legal counsel for the sale of County owned real property to the City of Avondale, without public auction pursuant to A.R.S. 11- 251. This item is located in Supervisor District 5.
Tagged Passions:legal, sale, purchasing, auction, property, and instruction

THIS ACTION REQUIRES UNANIMOUS CONSENT OF THE BOARD

On June 13, 2018, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors approved agenda item no. C-78-18- 017-3-00 which declared APN 101-01-016 and APN

101-01-017 as excess to the County s needs and approved the sale of the property. The City of Avondale agrees to pay one million, one hundred and fifty thousand ( 1,150,000.00) dollars to purchase the parcel identified as APN 101-01-016 located adjacent to the Avondale City complex. Escrow will be opened after approval of this agenda by the Board of Supervisors and close of escrow shall occur no later than one hundred twenty (120) business days after the escrow opening date.
Tagged Passions:business, sale, purchasing, and property

The remaining parcel identified as APN 101-01-017 will be offered for sale by public auction, pursuant to A.R.S. 11-251, at a later date.

(C-78-19-017-3-00)
Tagged Passions:sale, auction, and property

56. TERMINATION OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENTS

Tagged Passions:intergovernmental

Approve the Termination of Intergovernmental Agreements (IGAs) between Maricopa County and the City of Avondale and authorize the Chairman to execute

all documents associated with the termination of the IGAs. This item is located in Supervisor District 5.
Tagged Passions:grocery and intergovernmental

The City of Avondale and Maricopa County have entered into several Intergovernmental Agreements (IGAs) associated with due diligence and land

purchase activities for a proposed shared southwest regional government complex (reference numbers C70-02-089-2-00/Recording Number 2002-0392449, C70-02-089-2-00/Recording Number 2002-0392449, C-18-03-006-2- 00/Recording Number 2002-11344429 and C18-03-028-2-00/Recording Number 2003-0703121). Because the purpose of the IGAs have been fulfilled and/or the IGAs are no longer necessary, both parties desire to terminate the IGAs described above. The IGA s referenced in this agenda will be terminated upon full execution of the Termination of Intergovernmental Agreements document. (C- 78-19-016-3-00)
Tagged Passions:purchasing and intergovernmental

57. AMENDMENT TO LEASE AGREEMENT AND AMENDMENT TO SUBLEASE AGREEMENT

Tagged Passions:leasing

Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute Amendment No. 1 to Lease Agreement MC-10185 with Community Bridges, Inc., an Arizona non-profit

corporation, as Lessee for continued use of the County owned facility at 358 East Javelina Avenue in Mesa, AZ as a behavior health triage facility; and approve and authorize the Chairman to execute Amendment No. 1 to a Sublease between Community Bridges, Inc. as Sublessor and United Food Bank, Inc. as Sublessee, now MC-10191, for United Food Bank s continued use of space at the subject site.
Tagged Passions:health, facility, leasing, and behavior

Amendment No. 1 to the Lease and Amendment No. 1 to the Sublease will each become effective upon execution and will extend the terms of the Lease and

Sublease approximately three (3) years, from December 15, 2021 to December 31, 2024. Either the Lease or the Sublease may be terminated with 180 days prior written notice to the other party; however, the County, as Lessor, may not give notice to terminate the Lease or the Sublease and Community Bridges, as Sublessor, may not give notice to terminate the Sublease until on or after January 1, 2022. If the Lease is terminated the Sublease will also terminate via 180 days prior written notice.
Tagged Passions:leasing

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Amendment No. 1 to the Sublease also authorizes Sublessee, at Sublessee s sole cost and expense, to construct certain improvements to the Sublet

Premises.

Both Lessee and Sublessee are responsible for all operational, maintenance and repair costs associated with use of the facility. Supervisory

District: 2
Tagged Passions:facility

THIS ACTION REQUIRES UNANIMOUS CONSENT OF THE BOARD. (C-18-11-024-1-01)

Risk Management - Gesti n de Riesgos

Tagged Passions:risk

58. TRANSFER OF RECYCLING PROGRAM AND ASSETS

Tagged Passions:program and recycling

To facilitate the transfer of the recycling program from the Risk Management department to the Facilities Management department approve the

following:
Tagged Passions:risk, program, and recycling

1. The sale of Risk Recycling assets totaling 124,965.58 from the Risk Management department to the Facilities Management department to be completed

prior to June 30, 2019 and approve the transfer of two Risk Recycling FTE s from the Risk Management department to the Facilities Management department effective July 1, 2019.
Tagged Passions:sale, risk, and recycling

2. A fund transfer of 124,965.58 from the General Fund (100) in the Facilities Management budget to the Risk Trust Fund (675) in the Risk Management

budget.
Tagged Passions:budget and risk

3. An increase to the Risk Management (D750) Risk Trust Fund (675) Operating (OPER) revenue budget in the amount of 124,966.

Tagged Passions:budget and risk

4. An increase to the Non Departmental (D470) Non Departmental Grants (249) Operating (OPER) expenditure budget in the amount of 124,966.

Tagged Passions:grant and budget

5. Offsetting revenue and expenditure adjustments in Eliminations (D980) Eliminations Fund (900) Operating (OPER).

Attached is a spreadsheet detailing estimated value of assets. (C-75-19-013-2-00)

Transportation - Transportaci n

Tagged Passions:transportation

59. AGREEMENT WITH ROOSEVELT IRRIGATION DISTRICT (RID) FOR PALO VERDE ROAD

Tagged Passions:streets

BRIDGE REPLACEMENT PROJECT

Approve the agreement provided by Roosevelt Irrigation District (RID) for the relocation of the check structure downstream of the bridge to upstream,

and relocation of the on-bank delivery structures and related piping and appurtenances upstream of the bridge.

This is for their engineering services and plan review, and post design costs associated with MCDOT project TT0549. Additional RID project costs

include a fee for RID project administration, a RID License to construct fee, and the JOC construction costs.
Tagged Passions:construction, services, and license

The Roosevelt Irrigation District has agreed to construct their own irrigation check structure and canal lining in order to relocate their facilities

outside the County s road improvement project limits.
Tagged Passions:streets and watershed

It is necessary to have this work completed during the scheduled 2019 canal dry-up period in order to ensure the scheduled road and bridge

construction can take place during the scheduled FY 2020 construction date. Based on the final costs associated with the RID work, formal Board approval is necessary. Supervisory District No. 4 (C-64-19-175-M-00)
Tagged Passions:construction, streets, and watershed

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

60. ANNEXATION BY THE CITY OF PEORIA: ORDINANCE 2019-05

Tagged Passions:ordinance and annexation

Pursuant to A.R.S. 9-471(N), approve the annexation by the City of Peoria of County right-of-way within: Pinnacle Peak Road from 70th Avenue to 75th

Avenue, in accordance with Ordinance No. 2019-05.
Tagged Passions:ordinance, streets, and annexation

(General Vicinity: Pinnacle Peak Road from 70th Avenue to 75th Avenue. Supervisory District No. 4) (C-64-19-170-M-00)

Tagged Passions:streets

61. SALE OF EXCESS PROPERTY TO GF PROPERTIES, LLC

Tagged Passions:sale and property

Approve the sale of excess property D22282-EX, to GF PROPERTIES, LLC an Arizona limited liability company for 300,000. GF PROPERTIES was the

successful bidder at the April 10, 2019 public auction.
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, sale, auction, and property

MCDOT utilizes its Disposition Program on all excess properties to evaluate them for the best potential of sales or leasing, depending on current

market information. This parcel was declared excess land on April 20, 2016 via agenda item C-64-16-100-M-00 and was sold at public auction at market value, as determined by appraisal.
Tagged Passions:leasing, market, sale, program, auction, and property

Once executed by all parties, the Purchase Agreement and Escrow Instruction the Special Warranty Deed will be placed in escrow which is due to close

on or before August 2, 2019. Supervisory District No. 4 (C-64-19-171-M-00)
Tagged Passions:purchasing and instruction

62. ADOPT A ROAD PROGRAM

Tagged Passions:streets and program

Approve and authorize the Maricopa County Department of Transportation to rebrand its current Adopt a Highway program, making it Adopt a Road, which

will allow the program to be more distinctive to the Maricopa County transportation system and to develop procedures for the implementation of the program.
Tagged Passions:streets, transportation, procedure, and program

The Maricopa County transportation system includes more than 21-hundred miles of paved arterial roadways and local streets. MCDOT has a direct

interest in reducing litter on those roadways, and since 1990, has granted permission to individuals, families, and community organizations to adopt segments of the County roads deemed appropriate by the agency. Participating groups clean-up litter on those adopted segments at least two (2) times per year at no direct cost to the County. The groups are then acknowledged on recognition signs placed near the beginning of their adopted segment.
Tagged Passions:grant, recognition, streets, and transportation

Because the program is specific to the Maricopa County roadway system, and not the Arizona State highway system, MCDOT would like to rebrand the

program from Adopt a Highway to Adopt a Road, separating it from any similar agency programs, and allowing MCDOT to promote and recruit more groups to participate in the County program. Supervisory Districts: All (C-64-19-180-M-00)
Tagged Passions:streets and program

63. NEW TRAFFIC CONTROLS ON BUSH HIGHWAY

Tagged Passions:traffic

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

Tagged Passions:traffic and parking

1. A No Stopping, Standing, Parking Any Time Zone on Bush Highway from 0.90 miles south of Granite Reef Dam Road to 0.35 miles south of Granite Reef

Dam Road (both sides).
Tagged Passions:streets and parking

2. A No Stopping, Standing, Parking Any Time Zone on Bush Highway from 1.10 miles west of Phon D Sutton Road to 0.90 miles west of Phon D Sutton Road

(both sides).
Tagged Passions:streets and parking

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3. A No Stopping, Standing, Parking Any Time Zone on Bush Highway from 0.40 miles west of Phon D Sutton Road to 0.20 miles west of Phon D Sutton Road

(both sides).
Tagged Passions:streets and parking

4. A No Stopping, Standing, Parking Any Time Zone on Bush Highway from 0.15 miles west of Coon Bluff Road to 0.15 miles east of Coon Bluff Road (both

sides).
Tagged Passions:streets and parking

5. A No Stopping, Standing, Parking Any Time Zone on Bush Highway from 0.70 miles west of Usery Pass Road to 0.50 miles west of Usery Pass Road (both

sides).
Tagged Passions:streets and parking

6. A No Stopping, Standing, Parking Any Time Zone on Bush Highway from 1.55 miles west of Stewart Mountain Dam Road to .75 miles west of Stewart

Mountain Dam Road. (Both Sides)
Tagged Passions:streets and parking

This traffic control change is the result of a Traffic Engineering safety study conducted by MCDOT at the request of the Maricopa County Sheriff s

Office. Vehicles are parking on the shoulder of the road on the approach to the Central Arizona Project Canal Bridge which is at the crest of the hill. This causes safety issues due to limited sight distance for approaching vehicles and pedestrians crossing Bush Highway.
Tagged Passions:streets, public safety, watershed, Pedestrian, traffic, and parking

This traffic control change is also the result of a Traffic Engineering safety study conducted by MCDOT and is supported by the Maricopa County

Sheriff s Office. Vehicles are parking in the road/shoulder areas to observe and take pictures of the horses within the crossing areas. This agitates the horses and causes them to become confused and aggressive. In the interest of public safety these signs are warranted. Supervisory District No. 2 (C-64-19-179-M-00)
Tagged Passions:streets, pets, public safety, traffic, and parking

64. NEW TRAFFIC CONTROLS ON AMELIA AVENUE

Tagged Passions:traffic

Approve new traffic controls (No Parking 6:30 am To 10:00 am Monday Thru Friday School Days Only) on unincorporated right-of-way at the following

locations:
Tagged Passions:education, traffic, and parking

1. A No Parking 6:30 am To 10:00 am Monday Thru Friday School Days Only Zone on Amelia Avenue from 180 feet east of 201st Ave to 815 feet east of

201st Avenue (north side only)
Tagged Passions:education and parking

2. A No Parking 6:30 am To 10:00 am Monday Thru Friday School Days Only Zone on Amelia Avenue from 1255 feet west of 201st Avenue to 201st Avenue

(north side only)
Tagged Passions:education and parking

3. A No Parking 6:30 am To 10:00 am Monday Thru Friday School Days Only Zone on Amelia Avenue from 950 feet west of 201st Avenue to 660 feet east of

201st Avenue (south side only)
Tagged Passions:education and parking

4. A No Parking 6:30 am To 10:00 am Monday Thru Friday School Days Only Zone on 201st Drive from 315 feet south of Amelia Avenue to Amelia Avenue

(both sides)
Tagged Passions:education and parking

These new traffic controls are the result of a Traffic Engineering Study conducted at the request of the residents. Vehicles parked on Maricopa

County right-of-way are causing obstructions to the traveling public. In the interest of public safety these signs are warranted. Supervisory District No. 4 (C-64-19-178-M-00)
Tagged Passions:travel, public safety, parks, and traffic

65. RESCIND TRAFFIC CONTROLS ON FREEDOM WAY

Tagged Passions:traffic

Rescind existing traffic controls (Designated School Crossing) on unincorporated right-of-way at the following location:

Tagged Passions:education and traffic

1. A DESIGNATED SCHOOL CROSSING on Freedom Way 10 feet north of Whitman Drive (This rescinds the Designated School Crossing dated July 26, 2000)

Tagged Passions:education

This agenda item is the result of an agreement between the Deer Valley Unified School District Superintendent, the Principal of Anthem Elementary

School and the Maricopa County Department
Tagged Passions:superintendent and education

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of Transportation to remove the existing Designated School Crossing and install a Multi-Way Stop at this intersection. Supervisory District No. 3

(C-64-19-177-M-00)
Tagged Passions:transportation and education

66. CHANGE IN TRAFFIC CONTROLS AT COLBY STREET AND 54TH STREET

Tagged Passions:streets and traffic

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

Tagged Passions:traffic

1. An All Way Stop (from a Two-Way east/west Stop) at Colby Street and 54th Street

Tagged Passions:streets

(This partially rescinds the 54th Street Through Street resolution dated May 26, 1964).

Tagged Passions:streets

This traffic control change is the result of a Traffic Engineering safety study conducted by MCDOT at the request of the residents. After evaluating

current traffic volumes, accident records and sight distance it was determined that warrants were met for a multi-way stop. Supervisory District No. 2 (C-64-19-181-M-00)
Tagged Passions:public safety and traffic

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

Tagged Passions:easement

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

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

A. BNSF (JR)

Project : TT0497 Olive Ave (Citrus to Cotton) Memorandum of Easement BSNF Rail Company.

Tagged Passions:transportation and easement

B. MWD (JR)

Project : TT0497 Olive Ave (Citrus to Cotton) MWD Lateral 9 and Lateral 9 Sub lateral C Easement Maricopa County

Tagged Passions:easement

C. D23787 (WJ)

Project : TT0562 Olive Ave (Sarival Avenue to Reems Road) Assessor s Parcel : 501-48-004G, 501-48-004T Warranty Deed Woolf Family Enterprises for the

sum of 1,015,543.00
Tagged Passions:streets and property

D. D23787

(WJ) Project : TT0562 Olive Ave (Sarival Avenue to Reems Road) Assessor s Parcel : 501-48-004G, 501-48-004T Purchase Agreement Woolf Family

Enterprises
Tagged Passions:streets, purchasing, and property

E. D23787-1

(WJ) Project : TT0562 Olive Ave (Sarival Avenue to Reems Road) Assessor s Parcel : 501-48-004G, 501-48-004T Temporary Construction Easement Woolf

Family Enterprises for the sum of 33,134.00.
Tagged Passions:construction, streets, property, and easement

F. DD10868

(MC) Project : TT0008 Broadway and Verrado Assessor s Parcel : 502-46-013 Warranty Deed Arizona Public Service for the sum of 10.00.

Tagged Passions:property

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G. DD10868 (MC)

Project : TT0008 Broadway and Verrado Assessor s Parcel : 502-46-013 Purchase Agreement Arizona Public Service

Tagged Passions:purchasing and property

(C-06-19-483-7-00)

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS - JUNTA DE SUPERVISORES

Board of Supervisors - Junta de Supervisores

68. APPOINTMENT OF PUBLIC FIDUCIARY

Tagged Passions:appointments

Pursuant to A.R.S. 14-5601A and the Arizona Code of Judicial Administration Sec. 7-202E(2)(d), approve, by Resolution, the appointment of Lina Garcia

as the Maricopa County Public Fiduciary. The term of the appointment will be effective May 20, 2019. With this appointment, the current Interim Public Fiduciary Shawnie Patterson will return to her position as Fiduciary Supervisor in the Office of the Public Fiduciary.
Tagged Passions:appointments

Approval of this agenda item also appoints Lina Garcia to the position of Director of the Office of the Public Fiduciary. (C-94-19-012-9-00)

Tagged Passions:appointments

SETTING OF HEARINGS - CONFIGURACI N DE AUDIENCIAS

Tagged Passions:hearing

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

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

Planning and Development - Planificaci n y Desarrollo

Tagged Passions:planning, development, and Development

69. PLANNING ZONING SETTING OF HEARINGS

Tagged Passions:planning, zoning, and hearing

Schedule the following items for public hearing at the June 12, 2019 Board Meeting:

Tagged Passions:hearing

MCP2018003 RF Pipeline MCP with Plan of Development Dist. 4 Z2019017 Enclave at Anthem Senior Living SUP Major Amendment Dist. 3 Z2018124 Laborde

Property Zone Change Dist. 2 (C-44-19-110-M-00)
Tagged Passions:development, Development, and property

Transportation Transportaci n

Tagged Passions:transportation

70. ROAD FILE NO. A635

Tagged Passions:streets

Set a hearing for June 26, 2019 for Road File No. A635 to Open and Declare the following described alignments into the County Transportation System.

Tagged Passions:streets, transportation, and hearing

The Department of Transportation Director has recommended that Cooper Road from Alamosa Drive to Riggs Road be declared and accepted into the MCDOT

road system.
Tagged Passions:streets and transportation

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