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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, June 12, 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 12 de junio 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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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 ZONING AGENDA

AGENDA DE PLANIFICACI N Y ZONIFICACI N ...................................................................................... 5
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CONSENT AGENDA - AGENDA DE CONSIENTA .................................................................................. 5 REGULAR AGENDA - AGENDA

REGULAR ............................................................................................ 7

STATUTORY HEARINGS - AUDIENCIAS LEGALES .................................................................................. 8 Clerk of the Board -

Secretaria de la Junta ............................................................................................... 8
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AGENCY ITEMS AND STATUTORY MATTERS ART CULOS DE AGENCIA Y ASUNTOS REGLAMENTARIOS .................................................................. 9

COUNTY OFFICERS - OFICIALES DE CONDADO .................................................................................... 9
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Assessor - Asesor

..................................................................................................................................... 9 Clerk of the Board - Secretaria de la Junta ............................................................................................... 9 County Attorney - Procurador del Condado .............................................................................................. 9 Sheriff - Alguacil ...................................................................................................................................... 10
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JUDICIAL BRANCH - PODER JUDICIAL ................................................................................................... 11 Adult

Probation - Libertad Condicional de Adultos .................................................................................. 11 Juvenile Probation - Libertad Condicional de Menores ........................................................................... 12 Superior Court - Tribunal Superior .......................................................................................................... 12
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COUNTY MANAGEMENT - ADMINISTRADORES DEL CONDADO ........................................................ 13 Assistant County Manager - Sub Directora

de Condado - Shelby Scharbach ........................................ 13
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COUNTY OFFICES AND DEPARTMENTS DEPARTAMENTOS Y OFICINAS DEL CONDADO

................................................................................... 13

Air Quality - Calidad del Aire ................................................................................................................... 13

Animal Care and Control Services - Servicios de Control y Cuidado de Animales ................................ 14 Correctional Health - Salud Correccional ................................................................................................ 16 County Administration - Administraci n de Condado .............................................................................. 16 Enterprise Technology - Tecnolog a Empresarial ................................................................................... 17 Environmental Services - Servicios Ambientales .................................................................................... 17 Finance - Finanzas .................................................................................................................................. 18 Human Services - Servicios Humanos .................................................................................................... 18 Medical Examiner - M dico Forense ....................................................................................................... 27 Parks and Recreation - Parques y Recreaci n ....................................................................................... 27 Procurement Services - Servicios de Adquisiciones ............................................................................... 28 Public Health - Salud P blica .................................................................................................................. 29 Transportation - Transportaci n .............................................................................................................. 31
Tagged Passions:health, finance, transportation, services, environment, purchasing, Technology, parks, technology, jail, and recreation

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS - JUNTA DE SUPERVISORES .................................................................... 33 Board of Supervisors - Junta de

Supervisores ........................................................................................ 33

SETTING OF HEARINGS - CONFIGURACI N DE AUDIENCIAS ............................................................ 34 Clerk of the Board - Secretaria de

la Junta ............................................................................................. 34 Planning and Development - Planificaci n y Desarrollo ......................................................................... 35 Transportation Transportaci n ............................................................................................................. 35
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CONSENT AGENDA - AGENDA DE CONSIENTA .................................................................................... 38 Clerk of the Board -

Secretaria de la Junta ............................................................................................. 38

FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT AGENDA AGENDA DE DISTRITO DE CONTROL DE INUNDACIONES .................................................................. 41

LIBRARY DISTRICT AGENDA AGENDA DEL DISTRITO DE BIBLIOTECA ............................................................................................... 42 CALL TO THE PUBLIC AND SUMMARY OF CURRENT EVENTS LLAMADO AL PUBLICO Y EL RESUMEN DE TEMAS DE ACTUALIDAD ............................................... 43
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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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Planning and Development - Planificaci n y Desarrollo

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5. MARBELLA RANCH PARCEL 3 SUBDIVISION GUARANTY OF PERFORMANCE AND RESOLUTION

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Approve Marbella Ranch Parcel 3 Guaranty of Performance among Marbella Ranch Limited Partnership and Meritage Homes of Arizona, Inc. This agreement

serves as 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 Marbella Ranch Parcel 3 (case number S2018045). This agreement to be recorded as required pursuant to A.R.S. 11-1101. Approve by Resolution and authorize the Chairman to execute the Agreement as submitted. (Supervisor District 4) (C-44-19-127-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. ENCLAVE AT ANTHEM SENIOR LIVING

Case : Z2019017

Supervisor District: 3

Applicant / Owner: Wendy Riddell, Barry Riddell, LLC / Spectrum Acquisition Anthem, LLC

Request: Special Use Permit (SUP) Major Amendment to add duplex casitas and parking

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Site Location: Approximately 1,300 southeast of the intersection of Venture Drive and Anthem Way in the Anthem area

Commission Recommendation: On 5/16/19, the Commission voted 9-0 to recommend approval of Z2019017 subject to conditions a i :

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a. Development of the site shall comply with the Site Plan entitled The Enclave at Anthem, Senior Living Cottages , consisting of one full-size

sheet, stamped received May 1, 2019, except as modified by the following conditions.
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b. Development of the site shall be in conformance with the Narrative Report entitled Enclave at Anthem , consisting of six (6) pages, stamped

received April 8, 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. Detailed Grading and Drainage Plans showing the new site improvements must be submitted for approval and acquisition of building permits.

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2. Work within the Venture Drive ROW (sidewalk and utility connections) will require a MCDOT ROW Permit issued concurrent with the building permit.

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d. The following MCESD conditions shall apply:

1. Development and engineering design shall be in conformance with the Maricopa County Stormwater Quality Management and Discharge Control

Regulation. The owner/developer shall prepare a Stormwater Site Plan and obtain approval by MCESD prior to construction. (A separate submittal to MCESD is required.)
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2. Upon completion of construction, the owner shall fulfill MCESD post-construction requirements. This will include appropriate operation and

maintenance requirements.
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e. The applicant/property owner shall submit a cross-access agreement prior to issuance of building permits.

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f. 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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g. Continued compliance with the conditions of approval for Z2014098 and Z2015084 as applicable.

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

Maricopa County Zoning Ordinance.
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i. The granting of this change in use of the property has been at the request of the applicant, with the consent of the landowner. The granting of

this approval allows the property to enjoy uses in excess of those permitted by the zoning existing on the date of application, subject to conditions. In the event of the failure to comply with any condition, and at the time of expiration of the Special Use Permit, the property shall revert to the zoning that existed on the date of application. It is, therefore, stipulated and agreed that either revocation due to the failure to comply with any conditions, or the expiration of the Special Use Permit, does not reduce any rights that existed on the date of application to use, divide, sell or possess the property and that there would be no diminution in value of the property from the value it held on the date of application due to such revocation or expiration of the Special Use Permit. The Special Use Permit enhances the value of the property above its value as of the date the Special Use Permit is granted and reverting to the prior zoning results in the same value of the property as if the Special Use Permit had never been granted. (C-44-19-128-M-00)
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PZ-2. MARBELLA RANCH PARCEL 4

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Case : S2018018

Supervisor District: 4

Applicant / Owner: EPS Group / Marbella Ranch, LP

Request: Final plat containing 153 residential lots and 10 tracts in the R-5 RUPD zoning district

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Site Location: Approx. mile north of the northwest corner of Glendale Ave. and El Mirage Rd. in the Glendale area

Staff Recommendation: Approval (C-44-19-129-M-00)

PZ-3. MARBELLA RANCH PARCEL 3

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Case : S2018045

Supervisor District: 4

Applicant / Owner: EPS Group LLC / Marbella Ranch, LP

Request: Final plat containing 145 residential lots and 11 tracts in the R-5 RUPD zoning district

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Site Location: Approx. mile north of Glendale Ave. and mile west of El Mirage Rd. in the Glendale area

Staff Recommendation: Approval (C-44-19-130-M-00)

REGULAR AGENDA - AGENDA REGULAR

PZ-4. LABORDE PROPERTY

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Case : Z2018124

Supervisor District: 2

Applicant / Owner: Karen Nabity / Lucie E. Laborde Living Trust /Lucie Laborde

Request: Zone Change from Rural-190 to Rural-43

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Site Location: Approximately 300 south of the southeast corner of 144th St. and Cavedale Dr. in the Rio Verde area

Commission Recommendation: On 1/17/19, the Commission voted 9-0 to recommend approval of Z2018124 subject to conditions a c :

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a. Development of the site shall be in general conformance with the Narrative Report entitled Laborde Property Narrative , consisting of 2 pages,

undated, and stamped received November 7, 2018, except as modified by the following conditions.
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b. Noncompliance with any Maricopa County Regulation shall be grounds for initiating a revocation of this Zone Change as set forth in the Maricopa

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

this approval allows the property to enjoy uses in excess of those permitted by the zoning existing on the date of application, subject to conditions. In the event of the failure to comply with any condition, the property shall revert to the zoning that existed on the date of application. It is, therefore, stipulated and agreed that either revocation due to the failure to comply with any conditions, does not reduce any rights that existed on the date of application to use, divide, sell or possess the property and that there would be no diminution in value of the property from the value it held on the date of application due to such revocation of the Zone Change. The Zone Change enhances the value of the property above its value as of the date the Zone Change is granted and reverting to the prior zoning results in the same value of the property as if the Zone Change had never been granted. (Continued from 3/13/19) (C-44-19-131-M-00)
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STATUTORY HEARINGS - AUDIENCIAS LEGALES

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Clerk of the Board - Secretaria de la Junta

6. LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATIONS - APLICACIONES DE LICENCIA DE LICOR

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

recommendation to the State Liquor Board as to whether the State Liquor Board should grant or deny the license.
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a. NEW LICENSE FOR RWINGZ

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Pursuant to A.R.S. 4-201, approve an application filed by Ronald Collins for a New Series 12 Liquor License for RWINGZ at 18914 East San Tan

Boulevard, Suite 116, Queen Creek, Arizona 85142. (AZ 63396) (Supervisorial District 1) (C- 06-19-455-L-00)
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b. SPECIAL EVENT LICENSE FOR THREE BUTTERFLIES SIDS FOUNDATION

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Pursuant to A.R.S. 4-203.02, approve a Special Event Liquor License Application filed by Katie Olinger Cosmas for Three Butterflies SIDS Foundation

at McDowell Mountain Regional Park at 16300 McDowell Mountain Park Drive, Scottsdale, Arizona 85268 to be held on the following dates and times:
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Thursday, October 31, 2019 from 5:00 pm to 9:30 pm Friday, November 1, 2019 from 3:00 pm to 10:00 pm Saturday, November 2, 2019 from 10:00 am to 3:00

pm. (Supervisorial District 2) (C-06-19-495-L-00)

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

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COUNTY OFFICERS - OFICIALES DE CONDADO

Assessor - Asesor

7. STATE RETIREMENT SYSTEM GOVERNMENT PROPERTY LEASE TAX

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Under A.R.S. 42-11102(C), the Arizona State Retirement System (ASRS) may elect to have the taxes on its income producing properties based upon their

full cash value as determined by this Office ( voluntary contributions ) or pursuant to A.R.S. 42-6201 et seq., it may provide for a government property lease tax ( GPLET ). The ASRS has timely notified the Assessor's Office that it is electing to have its sole property in Maricopa County taxed under the GPLET framework for tax year 2019. That property is a high-rise office building located at 3300 N. Central Ave, Phoenix (APN 118-37-021P). The computed tax due on or before December 1, 2019 is 54,969. (C-12-19-003-M-00)
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Clerk of the Board - Secretaria de la Junta

8. APPLICATION FOR ANTHEM FIREWORKS DISPLAY

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Pursuant to A.R.S. 36-1603, approve an application for a fireworks display filed by Randy Reyman of Reyman Pyrotechniques/Any Pyro. The event will be

located at the Anthem Community Park at 41703 North Gavilan Peak Parkway, Anthem, Arizona 85086 on Wednesday, July 3, 2019 at 9:00 pm. (Supervisorial District 3) (C-06-19-477-L-00)
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County Attorney - Procurador del Condado

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9. AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT WITH SCOTTSDALE HEALTHCARE HOSPITALS, DBA

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HONORHEALTH

Approve an amendment to the agreement with Scottsdale Healthcare Hospitals, d.b.a. HonorHealth Department of Forensic Nurse Examiners (FNE), to aid

in the investigation and prosecution of sexual assault, sexual abuse and intimate partner domestic violence matters. In accordance with the terms of the agreement, this amendment extends the termination date through June 30, 2021. All other terms remain in effect unless otherwise extended or amended. Authorize the Chairman to sign any and all documents related to this action.
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These services are vital to the investigation, apprehension, and prosecution of sexual assault, sexual abuse and domestic violence offenders.

(C-19-17-047-M-02)
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10. VEHICLE EXEMPTIONS FROM MARKINGS AND ISSUANCE OF NON-GOVERNMENT LICENSE

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PLATES

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Pursuant to A.R.S. 38-538-03 and A.R.S. 28-2511(A), approve exemption from markings and non-government license plates for the vehicle replacements

11604, 51606, 51614, 52725, 52726, 52818, 52817, 52821, and 72810.
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The exemption from markings and non-government license plates is requested due to the vehicles being used for activities of a confidential or

sensitive nature in furtherance of their law enforcement mission. A confidential list of vehicles will be provided to the Clerk of the Board. (C-19-19-055-V-00)
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11. ADDITIONAL VICTIM COMPENSATION FUNDING FROM THE ARIZONA CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMISSION

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Approve acceptance of 58,000 in additional State grant funds from the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission. These funds come from the FY 2018-2019

Arizona Crime Victim Compensation program administered by the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission. The Arizona Criminal Justice Commission Grant Number VC-19-056 agreement commenced July 1, 2018 and will terminate on June 30, 2019. Authorize the Chairman to sign all applicable documents.
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These monies are to be used for the benefit of victims of crime through the Maricopa County Victim Compensation Program and cannot be used for

indirect costs (Agreement, Page 6, Paragraph 35). The Maricopa County Attorney's Office's composite indirect cost rate for FY19 is 13.5 , or 7,830. The recoverable indirect cost of administering these additional grant funds is 0; the non- recoverable indirect cost is 7,830. Non-recoverable indirect costs will be covered by the departmental general fund budget. This grant is competitive and does not require a match or on- going cash contributions after the grant period end date.
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These additional funds are in the amount of 58,000. The Maricopa County Attorney's Office was designated by the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission

as the Victim Compensation Operational Unit for Maricopa County. The purpose of this award is to provide compensation awards to victims of criminally injurious conduct occurring within the Operational Unit s jurisdiction. The Operational Unit assures compliance with the Crime Victim Compensation Program rules, R10-4-101 through R10-4-108 et. seq., the guidelines for Crime Victim Organizational audit requirements of OMB Circular A-133, audits of States, Local Government and Non-Profit Organizations, and 28 CFR Part 66.32. There are no matching funds required to accept these additional funds. There is no expectation of continued funding. The County Attorney has received this funding for more than 24 years with most recent funding in FY2019. (C-19-18-062-G-02)
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12. MARICOPA COUNTY V. PURDUE PHARMA, MULTI-DISTRICT OPIOID LITIGATION

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Accept counsel's recommendation that Maricopa County proceed with the plan to join the motion to create a Defendants' class, for purposes of

negotiation. Cases: 17-md-2804 and 18-cv-04866

This matter was heard in Executive Session on June 3, 2019. (C-19-19-059-M-00)

Sheriff - Alguacil

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13. AMENDMENT TO THE SOLE SOURCE CONTRACT WITH ATOS IT SOLUTIONS AND

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SERVICES, INC.

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Approve Amendment 3 to the Sole Source Contract by and between Maricopa County and Atos IT Solutions and Services, Inc. , formerly Bull H.N.,

(14071-SS) for monthly licensing fees and services that extends the contract for six (6) months through December 31, 2019. The value of this contract amendment is not to exceed 1,231,012.12, including Tax and Administrative Services charges This contract is necessary to support the Sheriff's Office Jail Management System (JMS).
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Approval of this item will allow MCSO to continue operating the Jail Information Management System (JMS) using the current vendor. This procurement

covers monthly licensing fees, and yearly disaster recovery fees. Funding for this procurement is included in the FY 2020 Detention Fund (255) budget. The Sheriff s Office must maintain the existing system until implementation of the new JMS system is complete. (C-50-15-014-M-03)
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14. AMENDMENT TO SOLE SOURCE CONTRACT WITH COMPUCOM SYSTEMS

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Approve Amendment No. 4 to sole source contract 11134-SS between CompuCom Systems, Inc. and Maricopa County, Arizona, for the purchase of hardware

maintenance and support of the Atos (formerly Bull) Novascale system dated December 14, 2011 and effective December 17, 2011. The parties agree to exercise a renewal option in Section 1.2 for six (6) months through December 31, 2019. This extension will coincide with the Atos contract end date for monthly licensing fees and services The value of this contract amendment is not to exceed 64,626.29 plus an applicable tax. CompuCom is the only Atos authorized US vendor certified to work on the Bull (Atos) mainframe that supports the current Jail Management System (JMS).
Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, contract, services, purchasing, and jail

Maricopa County is not aware of any other vendor that possesses the proprietary information necessary to provide the maintenance and support for this

solution. (C-50-12-040-M-04)

15. AMENDMENT TO COMPETITION IMPRACTICABLE JMS SOFTWARE INTEGRATION

Tagged Passions:information technology and Information Technology

SERVICES

Tagged Passions:services

Approve the Amendment 1 to the Competition Impracticable contract, SERIAL 171006-CI Jail Management System (JMS) software Integration Services,

between Tantus Solutions Group, Inc. and Maricopa County for services related to the implementation of the New Jail Management System solution (New JMS). This amendment is effective August 1, 2019 and renews the contract an additional two (2) years until July 31, 2021 per section 1.2 of the contract. This action also increases the current contract value by 376,242 from 3,109,100 to 3,485,342 for service increases and travel. Funds are budgeted in the Detention Fund (255).
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, travel, contract, services, information technology, jail, detention, and Information Technology

The purpose of the contract is to provide integration services related to the implementation of the commercial of the shelf Jail Management solution.

Tantus role in end-to-end testing has been extended due to delays by the primary software vendor (Tribridge) for the SHIELD Project. The delta data conversion process was not part of the original scope of the Tantus contract. The project team determined the concept of Tantus taking on these tasks would significantly reduce anticipated downtime at go-live. A number of small scope changes were identified resulting in change order request items, included in this Amendment. All services will be governed by individual task orders that are based upon the needs of the MCSO and the interaction with the eventual awarded vendor. (C-50-17-013-M-01)
Tagged Passions:airport, contract, services, commercial, information technology, jail, and Information Technology

16. AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT WITH TOWN OF CAVE CREEK FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT

SERVICES

Tagged Passions:services

Approve Amendment 2 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). This amendment adds workers compensation language and there is no financial impact. (C-50-19-006-3-02)
Tagged Passions:compensation, finance, public safety, and services

JUDICIAL BRANCH - PODER JUDICIAL

Adult Probation - Libertad Condicional de Adultos

17. EXEMPTION FROM COUNTY MARKINGS AND ISSUANCE OF NON-GOVERNMENTAL

LICENSE PLATES

Tagged Passions:zoning and license

Pursuant to A.R.S. 38-538-03, approve exemption from markings and non-government license plates for the vehicles replacing 52901, 11638, 521222,

521433, 52906, 52911 and 52905 to be used by Adult Probation.
Tagged Passions:zoning and license

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Upon approval of this agenda item vehicle information including year, make, model and vehicle identification number will be provided to the Clerk of

Board.

The replacement vehicles will be used similarly to the vehicles currently used listed above by the Department for defendants on pretrial electronic

monitoring and the supervision and surveillance of felony probationers.
Tagged Passions:surveillance

The exemption from markings and non-government license plates is requested due to the vehicles being used for activities of a confidential or

sensitive nature. (C-11-19-007-2-00)
Tagged Passions:zoning and license

Juvenile Probation - Libertad Condicional de Menores

18. RESOLUTION TO PARTICIPATE IN THE STATE OF ARIZONA FAMILY COUNSELING

PROGRAM

Tagged Passions:program

Participate, by resolution, in the State of Arizona Family Counseling Program for FY2019-20, administered by the Juvenile Court pursuant to A.R.S.

8-261 through 8-265 for the purpose of strengthening family relationships and prevention of juvenile delinquency.
Tagged Passions:legal, program, and court

Authorize 67,869 (budgeted) matching General Funds for FY2019-20.

Tagged Passions:funding and budget

The Juvenile Probation Department in Maricopa County has participated in the Family Counseling Program provided by the Arizona State Legislature,

A.R.S. 8-261 through 8-265 for over 40 years. The objective of the program is to divert delinquent or incorrigible offenders from the court process by providing counseling until the family can mobilize its own resources to address its problems. In addition, the counseling is provided to reduce referral frequency to the Juvenile Probation Department. The allocation to Maricopa County for FY2019-20 is 271,478 which will be disbursed by the Administrative Office of the Supreme Court. A 25 County match is required in the amount of 67,869 and is already in the Juvenile Probation Department's FY2019-20 budget. A resolution by the Board of Supervisors will make it possible for approximately 1,500 families to participate in the Family Counseling Program during the next fiscal year. (C-27-19-006-2-00)
Tagged Passions:legal, budget, program, and court

19. EXEMPTION FROM COUNTY MARKINGS AND ISSUANCE OF NON-GOVERNMENTAL

LICENSE PLATES

Tagged Passions:zoning and license

Approve an exemption from County markings and issuance of non-governmental license plates per A.R.S. 38-538.03 for vehicles 51621, 52723, and 52712

issued to the Juvenile Probation Department (JPD) for Durango Probation and Executive Services as these vehicles are utilized in surveillance operations and community contacts.
Tagged Passions:zoning, services, license, and surveillance

Upon approval of this agenda item, vehicle information including year, make, model and vehicle identification number will be provided to the Clerk of

Board. (C-27-19-007-2-00)

Superior Court - Tribunal Superior

Tagged Passions:legal and court

20. APPOINT SUPERIOR COURT COMMISSIONER AS SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE PRO

Tagged Passions:legal, appointments, judge, and court

TEMPORE

Approve the appointment of Court Commissioner Harla M. Davison as a Superior Court Judge Pro Tempore in accordance with Arizona Revised Statutes

12-141. The appointment will be for the period commencing June 17, 2019 through June 30, 2019 and July 1, 2019 June 30, 2020.
Tagged Passions:legal, appointments, judge, and court

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In order to obtain greater flexibility in the use of Court Commissioners, the Superior Court customarily has all Court Commissioners appointed as

Superior Court Judges Pro Tempore so they may, on occasion, hear contested matters. This serves the interest of judicial economy and promotes sound caseflow management. Court Commissioner Harla M. Davison would serve as a Superior Court Judge Pro Tempore without any additional compensation other than that to which she is entitled as a Court Commissioner. (C-80-19-005-2-00)
Tagged Passions:compensation, legal, appointments, judge, economy, and court

COUNTY MANAGEMENT - ADMINISTRADORES DEL CONDADO

Assistant County Manager - Sub Directora de Condado - Shelby Scharbach

Tagged Passions:administrator and manager

21. NON-OBJECTION LETTER FOR FOREIGN TRADE ZONE FOR RRB BEVERAGE

Tagged Passions:trade

OPERATIONS, INC.

Approve a non-objection letter for a site located on or at 8805 N. Reems Rd., Waddell, AZ 85355 within parcels 501-42-003 and 501-42-004 and is owned

by RRB Beverage Operations, Inc. (RRB) being included in Greater Maricopa Foreign Trade Zone, Inc. No. 277 and reclassification of said site as Class 6 property under A.R.S. 42-12006 once it receives Foreign Trade Zone status. Authorize the Chairman to sign said non-objection letter. The letter will be directed to the Foreign Trade-Zone Board, U.S. Department of Commerce. (C-94-19-013-M-00)
Tagged Passions:property and trade

COUNTY OFFICES AND DEPARTMENTS DEPARTAMENTOS Y OFICINAS DEL CONDADO

Air Quality - Calidad del Aire

22. AMENDMENT TO LEASE AGREEMENT WITH IP BPG CITY SQUARE, LLC L-7479

Tagged Passions:leasing

Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute Amendment No. 1 to Lease Agreement L-7479 between Maricopa County (Lessee) and IP BPG City Square, LLC,

a Delaware limited liability company authorized to do business in Arizona (Lessor), as successor lessor for leased space located at 3800 North Central Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona.
Tagged Passions:business and leasing

As part of the Agreement negotiations, and due to time constraints, Lessor agreed to construct certain additional tenant improvement work on Lessee s

behalf after the lease commenced ( Additional Work ). This Amendment memorializes the completion of the Additional Work and allows for reimbursement to Lessor for said work and adds provisions to allow for future alterations. In addition, in order to meet departmental storage needs, the Amendment also authorizes Lessee s use of four (4) storage units located in the basement of the Building, totaling 384 square feet for 1 per square foot monthly plus rental tax, which amount will be added to the monthly rent. Supervisory District: 3 (C-85-19-002-1-02)
Tagged Passions:leasing, taxes, Taxes, and rental

23. AMENDMENT TO INTERGOVERNMENTAL SERVICE AGREEMENT WITH ARIZONA

Tagged Passions:intergovernmental

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY FOR ARIZONA STATE DIESEL GRANT PROGRAM MATCHING FUNDS

Tagged Passions:funding, grant, program, and environment

Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute Amendment 3 to Intergovernmental Service Agreement ADEQ18-182669 between the Maricopa County Air

Quality Department (MCAQD) and the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) for ADEQ to provide matching funds to MCAQD for the EPA FY19 Arizona State Clean Diesel Grant Program.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, program, environment, and intergovernmental

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

This IGA Amendment will provide matching funds to support MCAQD s FY19 DERA Work Plan to retrofit or replace diesel powered vehicles through annual

sub-award agreements until December 30, 2021. An annual Amendment will be required to update the Work Plan and any future match funding dollar amounts. The Work Plan and Budget for Amendment 3 will provide for 324,122 in matching funds to allow additional DERA funding in the amount of 162,061 from the EPA.
Tagged Passions:funding and budget

Title VII, Subtitle G, Section 793 of the Diesel Emissions Reduction Program (DERA) in the Energy Policy Act of 2005 authorizes the U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to support grant, rebate, and loan programs, administered by eligible states or territories, which are designed to achieve significant reductions in diesel emissions. This program is referred to as the State Clean Diesel Grant Program. The grant program is reoccurring and has been awarded to the department in previous years. Cash, indirect costs or in-kind match are not applicable as this amendment is for the matching funds required for the state program. The matching funds will be passed thru to sub- recipient(s) and is not subject to indirect cost recovery. The annual grant program is non- competitively bid and is based on population. There are no costs that will need to be absorbed by the department s operating budget. (C-85-18-007-M-01)
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, funding, grant, budget, program, environment, policy, and energy

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

Tagged Passions:services

24. DONATIONS FOR APRIL 2019

Tagged Passions:donation and Donation

Accept the unrestricted monetary donations in excess of 250 from Anonymous ( 266), Anonymous ( 300), Nationwide Foundation ( 439), Stephenie's

Jewelry Box ( 500), Main, Inc. ASAP Professional ( 500), Cable One ( 500), The Casual Pint ( 739), Teri Davis ( 800), Anonymous ( 885), Truist Comprehensive Distribution ( 927), and Best Friends Animal Rescue ( 1,000) for the care of the animals.
Tagged Passions:donation and Donation

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

not prohibited by the budget law. The approval of this action requested does not alter the budget constraining the expenditure of local revenues duly adopted by the Board pursuant to A.R.S. 42-17105. (C-79-19-110-D-00)
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, donation, and Donation

25. NEW HOPE AGREEMENT WITH LIVING THE DREAM RESCUE

Approve an agreement between Living the Dream Rescue 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 1,872. The term of this agreement shall commence upon approval and execution by the Board and expire following a three (3) year period. (C-79-19-111-3-00)
Tagged Passions:pets, services, program, and license

26. AMENDMENT TO NEW HOPE AGREEMENT WITH SOLDIER'S BEST FRIEND

Approve and execute the First Amendment to the General Services Contract - New Hope General Program Agreement ( New Hope Agreement ) between Maricopa

County, administered through Animal Care and Control, and Soldier's Best Friend.
Tagged Passions:contract, services, and program

The First Amendment will extend the New Hope Agreement for a three (3) year term, effective June 1, 2019 through May 31, 2022.

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All other terms and conditions of the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect.

Animal Care and Control estimates 21 New Hope transfers to Soldier's Best Friend over the three (3) year term of the amended Agreement. The cost per

transfer remains 51/animal in FY2019 and 52/animal in FY2020 and thereafter, for a total of 1,091. (C-79-18-137-3-01)

27. AMENDMENT TO IGA WITH THE CITY OF LITCHFIELD PARK FOR ANIMAL CONTROL

Tagged Passions:pets, animal control, and parks

SERVICES

Tagged Passions:services

Approve and execute the First Amendment to an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between the City of Litchfield Park and Maricopa County, administered

through Animal Care and Control, for animal control services.
Tagged Passions:pets, services, animal control, parks, and intergovernmental

The amended terms are as follows:

1. The Term of the Agreement is renewed for a one (1) year period, effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020.

2. The Compensation Schedule (Appendix A) has been amended to include the service cost for the renewal period in the amount of 5,042.

Tagged Passions:compensation

3. All other terms and conditions of the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect. (C-79-19-009-3-01)

28. AMENDMENT TO IGA WITH THE CITY OF CHANDLER FOR ANIMAL CONTROL SERVICES

Tagged Passions:pets, services, and animal control

Approve and execute the First Amendment to an Intergovernmental Agreement with the City of Chandler and Maricopa County, administered through Animal

Care and Control, for animal control services.
Tagged Passions:pets, services, animal control, and intergovernmental

The amended terms are as follows:

1. The Term of the Agreement is renewed for a one (1) year period, effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020.

2. The Compensation Schedule (Appendix A) has been amended to include the service cost for the renewal period in the amount of 208,720.

Tagged Passions:compensation

3. All other terms and conditions of the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect. (C-79-19- 099-3-01)

29. IGA WITH THE TOWN OF CAVE CREEK FOR ANIMAL CONTROL SERVICES

Tagged Passions:pets, services, and animal control

Approve an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between Maricopa County, through Maricopa County Animal Care and Control, and the Town of Cave Creek for

animal control services. The initial term of the contract provides services from July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2024, with the option for renewals as set forth in the Agreement.
Tagged Passions:pets, contract, services, animal control, and intergovernmental

The Town of Cave Creek agrees to pay the annual sum of 6,886 for services provided during the initial term of the Agreement, as set forth in

Paragraph 14 and Appendix A of the Agreement. (C-79-19-112-3-00)
Tagged Passions:services

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Correctional Health - Salud Correccional

Tagged Passions:health and jail

30. AGREEMENT WITH NATIONAL UNIVERSITY FOR CLINICAL EXPERIENCES

Tagged Passions:university

Approve a(n) Affiliation Agreement between National University and Maricopa County through the Department of Correctional Health Services, for the

purpose of Correctional Health Services providing clinical experiences for the School's students as part of their overall education. Maricopa County Correctional Health Services and National University will both benefit to cooperate in the educational preparation of students, to promote excellence in patient care, to ensure professional competence, and to provide maximum utilization of community resources. This Affiliation Agreement is non-financial and is effective from March 10, 2019 until March 10, 2024. (C-26-19-024-3-00)
Tagged Passions:health, finance, services, university, education, jail, and students

31. MOU WITH BANNER UNIVERSITY HEALTH PLANS

Tagged Passions:health and university

Approve a Memorandum of Understanding between Banner University Health Plans and Maricopa County through the Department of Correctional Health

Services, for the purpose of establishing a collaborative protocol for effective communication, coordination and continuity of care for individuals eligible for services provided by Banner University Health Plans who are also served by Maricopa County Correctional Health Services (MCCHS). This Memorandum of Understanding is non- financial and is effective from June 12, 2019 until June 11, 2020.
Tagged Passions:health, finance, services, communications, university, Communications, and jail

The purpose of this MOU is to establish a collaborative protocol for effective communication, coordination and continuity of care as outlined in AMPM

Policy 1020 and 1050, for individuals eligible for services provided by Banner University Health Plans who are also served by MCCHS. This MOU includes a Data Link Agreement, attached as Exhibit B, which further details the understanding between MCCHS and Banner University Health Plans. (C-26-19-025-3-00)
Tagged Passions:health, services, communications, university, policy, and Communications

County Administration - Administraci n de Condado

32. AMENDMENT TO THE CAMPAIGN SERVICES AND FISCAL SPONSOR AGREEMENT WITH

Tagged Passions:services

VALLEY OF THE SUN UNITED WAY

Authorize the Amendment to the Campaign Services and Fiscal Sponsor Agreement with the Valley of the Sun United Way (VSUW), a local non-profit

organization. As the fiscal sponsor, VSUW will provide services for the annual Combined Charitable Campaign and the Employees Assisting and Supporting Employees (E.A.S.E.) fund. This authorization provides a one-year extension of the Agreement, retroactive to June 1, 2019 through May 31, 2020. (C-20-18-005-3-01)
Tagged Passions:services

33. REVISED COUNTY POLICY HR2426 EMPLOYEES ASSISTING AND SUPPORTING

Tagged Passions:policy

EMPLOYEES (E.A.S.E)

Approve revisions to Policy HR2426 Employees Assisting and Supporting Employees (E.A.S.E.).

Tagged Passions:policy

Adoption of this revised policy outlines the structure and eligibility requirements to provide short- term financial assistance to address emergency

needs demonstrated by County employees. This policy applies to employees of County Appointed Departments; County elected offices, and the Maricopa County Stadium District, Flood Control District of Maricopa County and the Maricopa County Library District (Special Districts), and other governmental agencies for whom the County provides payroll services. 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 11, 2018. (C-31-13-019-6-05)
Tagged Passions:finance, appointments, services, emergency, flooding, policy, intergovernmental, stadium, and library

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Enterprise Technology - Tecnolog a Empresarial

Tagged Passions:Technology and technology

34. INCREASE EXPENDITURE AUTHORITY FOR IMPRACTICABLE CONTRACT WITH DATABANK

Tagged Passions:contract

Increase the expenditure authority for Contract No.14060-CI, a Competition Impracticable Contract with Databank by 1,400,727 to fund the OnBase

Electronic Document Management System (EDMS) software, maintenance, professional services and product contract until July 31, 2020.
Tagged Passions:contract, services, information technology, and Information Technology

OnBase is the enterprise document management system in use across the County. Departments purchase licenses of OnBase in conjunction with their

project needs and forecasted usage.
Tagged Passions:purchasing and license

The original contract was approved by the Board on 8-27-14 (C-41-15-002-M-00). Additional funds were previously added to the Contract by the Board of

Supervisors and the Chief Procurement Officer. We are now asking to increase the expenditure authority to support forecasted costs associated with use of OnBase EDMS and workflow solutions by multiple Maricopa County agencies over the next year. All expenditures by departments are within budget allowances.
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, contract, and purchasing

The renewal of the contract will be completed at a later date and approved the Chief Procurement Officer per the Contract.

Tagged Passions:contract and purchasing

The current contract is classified as a Competition Impracticable because the vendor is currently the only known authorized reseller of Hyland

products that Maricopa County can use. OnBase is a Hyland product. (C-41-19-004-M-00)
Tagged Passions:contract

Environmental Services - Servicios Ambientales

Tagged Passions:services and environment

35. BOARD OF HEALTH FEE WAIVER REIMBURSEMENT

Tagged Passions:health

Approve a fund transfer of 29,645 from the General Fund (100) to the Environmental Services Environmental Health Fund (506). The purpose of the

transfer is to reimburse Environmental Services for Fee Waivers approved by the Board of Health pursuant to C-88-12-010-7-00. Pursuant to A.R.S. 42-17106B, authorize the transfer of FY2019 expenditure authority in the amount of 29,645 from Non Departmental (D470) General Fund (100) Non Recurring Non Project (NRNP) Contingency (4711) to Non Departmental (D470) General Fund (100) Non Recurring Non Project (NRNP) Other Programs (4712) to the line item titled Board of Health Fee Waiver Fund Transfer for the reimbursement of the Environmental Services fee waivers approved by the Board of Health. Also authorize an increase in revenue authority in the amount of 29,645 in Environmental Services (D880) Environmental Services Environmental Health Fund (506) Non Recurring Non Project (NRNP) and increase expenditure authority in the amount of 29,645 in Non Departmental (D470) Grants Fund (249) Non Recurring Non Project (NRNP) with offsetting revenue and expenditure adjustments in Eliminations (D980) Eliminations Fund(900) Non Recurring Non Project (NRNP). This action will have a net zero impact on the overall County budget.
Tagged Passions:grant, health, budget, services, program, and environment

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

waived by the Board of Health for its work on behalf of the Board of Supervisors. At the Board of Health meeting on Monday, April 22, 2019, the Board of Health approved fee waivers totaling 29,645 Environmental Services requests reimbursement pursuant to C-88-12-010-7-00. (C-88-19-010-L-00)
Tagged Passions:health, services, and environment

36. AMENDMENT TO LEASE AGREEMENT WITH IP BPG CITY SQUARE, LLC

Tagged Passions:leasing

Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute Amendment No. 1 to Lease Agreement L-7480 between Maricopa County (Lessee) and IP BPG City Square, LLC,

a Delaware limited liability company authorized to do business in Arizona (Lessor), for leased space located at 3800 North Central Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona.
Tagged Passions:business and leasing

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As part of the Agreement negotiations, and due to time constraints, Lessor agreed to construct certain additional tenant improvement work on Lessee s

behalf after the lease commenced ( Additional Work ). This Amendment memorializes the completion of the Additional Work and allows for reimbursement to Lessor for said work, and adds provisions to allow for future alterations. (C-88-19-001-1-02)
Tagged Passions:leasing and rental

Finance - Finanzas

Tagged Passions:finance

37. ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER AUTHORIZATION

Tagged Passions:funding

Pursuant to the Electronic Fund Transfer Policy A2512, the Department of Finance is requesting authorization to have the Treasurer s Office process

Electronic Funds Transfers (wire transfers) due to the Trustee(s) for annual debt service payments for certificates of participation in the amount of 24,430,725, and other County business as necessary in Fiscal Year 2020. The payments have been budgeted. Department of Finance requests for authorization to the Treasurer s Office will come from the Chief Financial Officer Assistant County Manager, Shelby L. Scharbach, and the Finance Director, John Lewis. Debt Service payments require guaranteed funds. The Department of Finance will prepare corresponding journal vouchers to record the EFT transactions on the County s Financial (Accounting) System in the same accounting period as the EFT.
Tagged Passions:funding, business, finance, budget, Treasurer, administrator, manager, TREASURER, and policy

Request the Board of Supervisors to approve and authorize the Department of Finance to initiate wire transfers for debt service transfers and other

County business as necessary applicable to FY 2019-2020. (C-18-19-009-2-00)
Tagged Passions:business and finance

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

Tagged Passions:funding and public safety

Approve regular and routine fund transfers, warrant reports 05/03/2019 through 05/23/2019, 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-06-19-493-7-00)
Tagged Passions:funding and public safety

Human Services - Servicios Humanos

Tagged Passions:services

39. AMENDMENT TO IGA WITH REGIONAL PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY

Tagged Passions:transportation

Approve financial Amendment No. 2 to the Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between Regional Public Transportation Authority (RPTA) and Maricopa

County administered by its Human Services Department.
Tagged Passions:finance, transportation, services, and intergovernmental

The purpose of the Agreement is for the provision of transportation services to eligible residents of unincorporated areas of Maricopa County.

Tagged Passions:transportation and services

Amendment No. 2 addresses the following areas: 1. Revise from non-financial to financial: a. The County shall provide up to 1,442,600 for

transportation costs for ADA mandatory and non- mandatory services provided to individuals in the unincorporated areas of Maricopa County; b. Funding availability shall be from July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019; c. Funding shall be provided on a cost reimbursement basis; d. RPTA shall submit a final invoice for the funding availability period no later than July 30, 2019, which will contain the following: i. Total units of service provided through each mobility option; ii. Total expenses for each mobility option; iii. Total fare/passenger subsidy revenue received;
Tagged Passions:funding, finance, disability, transportation, and services

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iv. Total expenses for each fixed route service; v. Total expense for other projects (each project listed separately); vi. Total Contractor

administration costs; and vii. Fund balance for each funding source. e. The County shall reimburse RPTA on a net 0 payment standard.
Tagged Passions:funding

2. Extend the term of the Agreement from June 30, 2019 to September 30, 2019.

3. This Amendment is subject to and incorporates by reference the statutory language of A.R.S. 38-511.

4. Any term of the original Agreement not amended hereby, remains in full force and effect as approved and amended.

5. This Amendment is effective upon the full execution of the Parties.

This Amendment shall be funded with Human Services Department appropriated County General Funds. (C-22-13-073-3-02)

Tagged Passions:funding and services

40. AGREEMENT WITH ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING FOR WEATHERIZATION

Tagged Passions:housing

ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Tagged Passions:program

Approve revenue Agreement between Arizona Department of Housing (ADOH) and Maricopa County administered by its Human Services Department. The purpose

of the Agreement is for ADOH to provide funding to the County to administer the Weatherization Assistance Program.
Tagged Passions:funding, services, program, and housing

ADOH will provide the County with Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) funds in the amount of 1,010,927 and Department of Energy (DOE)

funds in the amount of 411,273 for a total Agreement amount of 1,422,200. The funding period of availability is July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020. The funds will be utilized to provide weatherization measures in dwellings occupied by low-income households in Maricopa County outside of the City of Phoenix and the City of Mesa.
Tagged Passions:funding, program, poverty, and energy

ADOH contracts with the County on an annual reoccurring, non-competitive basis for service delivery of the Weatherization Assistance Program.

Tagged Passions:contract and program

The Human Services Department approved provisional indirect rate for FY20 is 22.2 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The total

Agreement amount is 1,422,200 of which 57,169.39 is for salaries and benefits. The total estimated indirect costs are 12,692 and fully recoverable.
Tagged Passions:health and services

Receipt of the funds from ADOH does not require in-kind or match funds and no future or ongoing contributions by the County at the end of the

Agreement term.
Tagged Passions:funding

The services provided under this Agreement are not a mandated function but provides a benefit to the citizens by providing assistance to low income

residents with weatherization measures to reduce their energy burden and improving health and safety concerns.
Tagged Passions:health, services, and energy

Grant revenues are not local revenues for the purpose of the constitutional expenditure limitation.Therefore, expenditure of the revenue 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 grant budget will be adjusted as necessary to accommodate this grant through future budget reconciliation.
Tagged Passions:grant and budget

Acceptance of this Agreement will not impact the County General Fund. Supervisory District: All (C-22-19-033-3-00)

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

41. AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT WITH A NEW LEAF FOR EMERGENCY SHELTER SERVICES

Tagged Passions:services and emergency

Approve financial Amendment No. 2 to the Agreement between A New Leaf, a community based non-profit organization and Maricopa County administered by

its Human Services Department.
Tagged Passions:finance and services

The purpose of the Amendment is to address the following:

A. Extend the Agreement term from June 30, 2019 to June 30, 2020 for the provision of Emergency Shelter services. B. The County shall provide A New

Leaf with the not-to-exceed amount of 108,000: PY2019 Emergency Solutions Grant 90,000 and PY2019 Community Development Block Grant 18,000. C. Period of funding availability shall begin on July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. D. Revise Section III, Work Statement to add to paragraph A, subparagraph 8: Subrecipient shall submit the final reimbursement request for the fiscal year to Maricopa County no later than July 15.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, development, services, emergency, Development, cdbg, and community development

The County shall reimburse the Subrecipient on a Net 0 payment standard.

All other terms and conditions of the original Agreement remain the same and in full force and effect as approved and amended.

This Amendment is funded by grants from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Funding is included in the FY2020 budget and

does not impact the General Fund. Supervisor District: 2 (C-22-18-006-3-02)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, budget, development, Development, and housing

42. AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT WITH AZCEND FOR RAPID REHOUSING SERVICES

Tagged Passions:services

Approve financial Amendment No. 2 to the Agreement between AZCEND, a community based non- profit organization and Maricopa County administered by its

Human Services Department.
Tagged Passions:finance and services

The purpose of the Amendment is to address the following: A. Extend the Agreement term from June 30, 2019 to June 30, 2020 for the provision of Rapid

Rehousing services. B. The County shall provide AZCEND with the not-to-exceed amount of 170,000: PY2019 Emergency Solutions Grant 70,000 and PY2019 Community Services Block Grant 100,000. C. Period of funding availability shall begin on July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. D. Revise Section III, Work Statement to add to paragraph A, subparagraph 7: Subrecipient shall submit the final reimbursement request for the fiscal year to Maricopa County no later than July 15.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, services, and emergency

The County shall reimburse the Subrecipient on a Net 0 payment standard.

All other terms and conditions of the original Agreement remain the same and in full force and effect as approved and amended.

This Amendment is funded by grants from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Funding is included in the FY2020 budget and

does not impact the General Fund. Supervisor District: 1, 2, 5 (C-22-18-007-3-02)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, budget, development, Development, and housing

43. AMENDMENT TO THE COMPETITION IMPRACTICABLE CONTRACT WITH CENTRAL

Tagged Passions:contract

ARIZONA SHELTER SERVICES

Tagged Passions:services

Approve financial Amendment No. 5 to the Competition Impracticable Contract between Central Arizona Shelter Services (CASS) and Maricopa County,

administered by its Human Services Department (MCHSD).
Tagged Passions:finance, contract, and services

The purpose of the Amendment is to address the following items:

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A. Amend the Agreement term from June 30, 2019 to June 30, 2020. B. The County shall provide CASS with 450,000 for the period of July 1, 2019 to June

30, 2020. C. Add the following clause to Section I, Paragraph K Termination : 5. The County has the right to reevaluate this Agreement upon a decision in the City of Phoenix Special Permit related to temporary shelter capacity at the Human Services Campus. D. Revise Section III Work Statement and Compensation in the following paragraph: A. Scope of Work revised to include collaborative work activities E. CASS shall provide the County with proof of occupancy by July 1, 2019. F. Unexpended funds from the Original Agreement and Amendment No. 1, Amendment No. 2, Amendment No. 3, and Amendment 4 shall revert to the County and shall not be available for the new Agreement term. G. The County shall reimburse the Contractor on a Net 0 payment standard.
Tagged Passions:compensation, funding, and services

The foregoing paragraphs contain all the changes to the Agreement. All other terms of the original Agreement and Amendments not amended hereby,

remain in full force and effect as approved and amended.

This Amendment shall be funded by the Human Services Department s proposed Fiscal Year 2020 General Funds. Supervisory District: All

(C-22-15-084-3-05)
Tagged Passions:funding and services

44. AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT WITH COMMUNITY BRIDGES, INC. FOR RAPID REHOUSING

SERVICES

Tagged Passions:services

Approve financial Amendment No. 3 to the Agreement between Community Bridges, Inc., a community based non-profit organization and Maricopa County

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

The purpose of the Amendment is to address the following: A. Extend the Agreement term from June 30, 2019 to June 30, 2020 for the provision of Rapid

Rehousing services. B. The County shall provide Community Bridges, Inc. with the not-exceed amount of 175,949: PY2019 Emergency Solutions Grant 72,949 and PY2019 Community Development Block Grant 103,000. C. Period of funding availability shall begin on July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. D. Revise Section III, Work Statement to add to paragraph A, subparagraph 7: Subrecipient shall submit the final reimbursement request for the fiscal year to Maricopa County no later than July 15.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, development, services, emergency, Development, cdbg, and community development

The County shall reimburse the Subrecipient on a Net 0 payment standard.

All other terms and conditions of the original Agreement remain the same and in full force and effect as approved and amended.

This Amendment is funded by grants from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Funding is included in the FY2020 budget and

does not impact the General Fund. Supervisor District: All (C-22-18-008-3-03)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, budget, development, Development, and housing

45. AMENDMENT TO CONTRACT WITH HUMAN SERVICES CAMPUS, INC. FOR SHELTER

Tagged Passions:contract and services

SERVICES

Tagged Passions:services

Approve Amendment No. 1 to the contract between Human Services Campus, Inc., a non-profit, community based organization ( Contractor ) and Maricopa

County administered by its Human Services Department.
Tagged Passions:contract and services

The purpose of the Amendment is extend the Agreement term from June 30, 2019 to June 30, 2020 for the provision of weather relief accommodations for

individuals experiencing homelessness.

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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.

All other terms of the original Agreement and Amendments not amended hereby, remain in full force and effect as approved and amended. Supervisory

District: 5 (C-22-19-020-3-01)

46. AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT WITH LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES OF THE SOUTHWEST

Tagged Passions:social services and services

FOR EMERGENCY SHELTER SERVICES

Tagged Passions:services and emergency

Approve financial Amendment No. 3 to the Agreement between Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest, a community based non-profit organization and

Maricopa County administered by its Human Services Department.
Tagged Passions:finance, social services, and services

The purpose of the Amendment is to address the following: A. Extend the Agreement term from June 30, 2019 to June 30, 2020 for the provision of

Emergency Shelter services. B. The County shall provide Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest with the not-exceed amount of 50,000 PY2019 Community Development Block Grant. C. Period of funding availability shall begin on July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. D. Revise Section III, Work Statement to add to paragraph A, subparagraph 7: Subrecipient shall submit the final reimbursement request for the fiscal year to Maricopa County no later than July 15.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, social services, development, services, emergency, Development, cdbg, and community development

The County shall reimburse the Subrecipient on a Net 0 payment standard.

All other terms and conditions of the original Agreement remain the same and in full force and effect as approved and amended.

This Amendment is funded by grants from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Funding is included in the FY2020 budget and

does not impact the General Fund. Supervisor District: 1, 2, 4, 5 (C-22-18-010-3-03)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, budget, development, Development, and housing

47. AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT WITH NATIVE AMERICAN CONNECTIONS FOR EMERGENCY

Tagged Passions:emergency

SHELTER AND RAPID REHOUSING SERVICES

Tagged Passions:services

Approve financial Amendment No. 2 to the Agreement between Native American Connections, a community based non-profit organization and Maricopa County

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

The purpose of the Amendment is to address the following: A. Extend the Agreement term from June 30, 2019 to June 30, 2020 for the provision of

Emergency Shelter services. B. The County shall provide Native American Connections, Inc. with the not-exceed amount of 45,000 PY2019 Community Development Block Grant. C. Period of funding availability shall begin on July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. D. Revise Section III, Work Statement to add to paragraph A, subparagraph 8: Subrecipient shall submit the final reimbursement request for the fiscal year to Maricopa County no later than July 15.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, development, services, emergency, Development, cdbg, and community development

The County shall reimburse the Subrecipient on a Net 0 payment standard.

All other terms and conditions of the original Agreement remain the same and in full force and effect as approved and amended.

This Amendment is funded by grants from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Funding is included in the FY2020 budget and

does not impact the General Fund. Supervisor District: All (C-22-18-011-3-02)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, budget, development, Development, and housing

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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.

48. IGA WITH CITY OF AVONDALE FOR SHELTER AND HOMELESSNESS SERVICES

Tagged Passions:services

Approve a financial Intergovernmental Agreement ( Agreement ) between the City of Avondale ( City ) and Maricopa County administered by its Human

Services Department.
Tagged Passions:finance, services, and intergovernmental

The purpose of the Agreement is for the City to provide temporary emergency shelter services to individuals experiencing homelessness in the Avondale

area. The County shall provide the City with 100,000 for the provision of the services. The Agreement start date is July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. The Agreement may be extended for three (3) additional one-year terms, upon written agreement by the Parties.
Tagged Passions:services and emergency

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

Provisions paragraph 10. BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS, CHANGE ORDERS AND AMENDMENTS: 10.4 The Department Director may, at any time, make changes to the general scope of this Agreement via a written Change Order for any of the following reasons: 10.4.1 Specific program rules, regulations, application procedures; and 10.4.2 Minor work statement revision; and 10.4.3 Administrative requirements such as reporting criteria.
Tagged Passions:regulation, budget, procedure, services, and program

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

Tagged Passions:legal

Funding for this agreement is provided by an Intergovernmental Agreement with Arizona Department of Economic Security (ADES) under contract

ADES15-089115 (C-22-15-064-3-00).
Tagged Passions:funding, security, contract, and intergovernmental

Activities and programs to be administered under this Agreement shall be funded through the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) 93-569

Community Services Block Grant (CSBG)
Tagged Passions:grant, services, and program

The City shall provide homelessness services in the Avondale area to include: temporary emergency shelter services, outreach, and case management.

Tagged Passions:services and emergency

The County shall reimburse the City on a net 0 payment standard. Supervisory District: 5 (C-22-19-037-3-00)

49. IGA WITH CITY OF SURPRISE FOR EMERGENCY SHELTER SERVICES

Tagged Passions:services and emergency

Approve a financial Intergovernmental Agreement ( Agreement ) between the City of Surprise ( City ) and Maricopa County administered by its Human

Services Department.
Tagged Passions:finance, services, and intergovernmental

The purpose of the Agreement is for the City to provide temporary emergency shelter services to homeless individuals. The County shall provide the

City with 100,000 for the provision of the services. The Agreement start date is July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. The Agreement may be extended for three (3) additional one-year terms, upon written agreement by the Parties.
Tagged Passions:services, emergency, and homeless

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

Provisions paragraph 10. BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS, CHANGE ORDERS AND AMENDMENTS: 10.4 The Department Director may, at any time, make changes to the general scope of this Agreement via a written Change Order for any of the following reasons: 10.4.1 Specific program rules, regulations, application procedures; and 10.4.2 Minor work statement revision; and 10.4.3 Administrative requirements such as reporting criteria.
Tagged Passions:regulation, budget, procedure, services, and program

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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.

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

Tagged Passions:legal

Funding for this agreement is provided by an Intergovernmental Agreement with Arizona Department of Economic Security (ADES) under contract

ADES15-089115 (C-22-15-064-3-00).
Tagged Passions:funding, security, contract, and intergovernmental

Activities and programs to be administered under this Agreement shall be funded through the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) 93-569

Community Services Block Grant (CSBG).
Tagged Passions:grant, services, and program

The City shall provide shelter services in the northwest valley to include shelter and case management services. The County shall reimburse the City

on a net 0 payment standard. Supervisory District: 4 (C-22-19-038-3-00)
Tagged Passions:services

50. AMENDMENT TO AGREEMENT WITH TEMPE COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY FOR PAYMENT

Tagged Passions:poverty

REIMBURSEMENT

Approve financial Amendment No. 4 to the Agreement between Tempe Community Action Agency (TCAA), a non-profit, community based organization and

Maricopa County administered by its Human Services Department.
Tagged Passions:finance, services, and poverty

The purpose of the Amendment is to: A. Extend the Agreement term from June 30, 2019 to June 30, 2020. B. The Amendment term shall begin on July 1,

2019 to June 30, 2020. C. The County shall reimburse TCAA for payments made by TCAA to landlords, mortgage and utilities an amount not to exceed 1,425,000 D. The County shall pay TCAA for check writing fees in the amount of 25,000.
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and rental

The County shall reimburse the TCAA on a Net 0 payment standard.

Funding for this Amendment will not impact the County General Fund.

Tagged Passions:funding

The purpose of the Agreement is for TCAA to make payments to landlords, mortgage companies or utility companies, on behalf of eligible clients that

require financial assistance. The County reimburses TCAA for the face value of the checks written for rent to prevent eviction, move-in assistance and utility deposits/assistance for eligible program participants. TCAA is a pass-through agency who is reimbursed for payments that are pre-approved by the County.
Tagged Passions:finance, utility, Utility, program, rental, and housing

Expenditures under this agreement will be reimbursed from an Intergovernmental Agreement with Arizona Department of Economic Security (ADES) under

contract ADES15-089115 (C-22-15-064-3- 00).
Tagged Passions:security, contract, and intergovernmental

Upon approval of this Amendment, 1 renewal option will remain on this Agreement. Supervisory District: All (C-22-17-074-3-04)

51. LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR USE OF REAL PROPERTY WITH ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF

Tagged Passions:property and license

ECONOMIC SECURITY

Tagged Passions:security

Approve and execute a retroactive financial License Agreement P-50327, ( Agreement ) for Use of Real Property, with Arizona Department of Economic

Security ( Licensee ) for use of County controlled properties located at 1840 N. 95th Avenue, 160, Phoenix, AZ 85037 ( Facility 1 ) and East Valley One Stop Career Center located at 735 North Gilbert Road, Suite 134, Gilbert, Arizona 85234 ( Facility 2 ). Facility 1 and Facility 2 shall be collectively referred to as the Facilities . The purpose of the Agreement is for Licensee to share costs associated with the operation of the Facilities.
Tagged Passions:finance, facility, streets, security, property, and license

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The term of the Agreement will commence retroactively to July 1, 2018 and expire on June 30, 2019. The Agreement may be extended for five (5), one

(1) year terms by mutual written Agreement. Licensee will pay for space and pro-rated costs of consumable items, utilities, security services, copier/printer and common area maintenance.
Tagged Passions:utility, security, Utility, and services

Licensee s annual payment for the July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019 term shall not exceed the amount of 142,070, as outlined:

Facility 1 Total cost of 97,168.50 base rent + 13.85 of the actual facility operation costs Facility 2 - Total cost of 28,636.88 base rent + 9.80 of

the actual facility operation costs
Tagged Passions:facility

The Facilities are operated by the ARIZONA@WORK Maricopa County and recognized as One- Stop Career Centers. Agencies co-located in the One Stop

Career Centers must pay for their proportionate share of costs associated with the operation of the Facilities. All funds collected under this Agreement will be applied against the costs associated to the operation of the One Stop Career Centers and are not considered revenue.
Tagged Passions:funding and recognition

Licensee s monthly payments for the period from July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019 are as follows: Facility 1 West Valley One-Stop-Career Center Base Rent

is 8,097.38 plus 13.85 of actual facility operating costs. Facility 2 East Valley One-Stop-Career Center Base Rent is 2,386.41 plus 9.80 of actual facility operating costs.
Tagged Passions:facility

Any necessary budget adjustments to accommodate this item will be made through a future reconciliation. This Agreement does not contain any County

General Funds. Supervisory District: All (C-22-19-034-L-00)
Tagged Passions:funding and budget

52. AMENDMENT TO LEASE AGREEMENT WITH HF1-D PHOENIX 1706, LLC

Tagged Passions:leasing

Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute Amendment No. 4 to Lease Agreement L-7392 with HF1-D Phoenix 1706, LLC, a Delaware limited liability

company registered to do business in Arizona, as successor in interest to SWRE Deal V Building, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company. The Lease is for premises at 1840 North 95th Ave., Suite 160, Phoenix, AZ 85037, consisting of 32,710 square feet of office space.
Tagged Passions:business and leasing

Amendment No. 4 will extend the term of the Lease six (6) months from July 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019. The extension is necessary as the Maricopa

County Human Services Department, Workforce Development Division requires more time to secure a new lease and build-out the site. The lease rate during this 6 month extension will increase from 21.45/sf to 27.50/sf, or 74,960.42 plus tax of 2.9 for a monthly total of 77,135.
Tagged Passions:leasing, taxes, Taxes, development, services, Development, workforce development, and workforce

Funding for this Lease is provided by an IGA with the Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES) (C-22-13-072-3/DI19-002202) for Workforce

Investment Act activities.
Tagged Passions:funding, leasing, security, investment, and workforce

This Amendment does not contain any County General Funds. Supervisory District: All (C-22-07-113-4-05)

Tagged Passions:funding

53. DONATION FROM ARIZONA GOLF RESORT

Tagged Passions:donation, hotel, Donation, and golf

In accordance with County Policy A2508, the Human Services Department requests the approval of the receipt of a donation of goods and services

provided by Arizona Golf Resort on May 9, 2019. The value of the donation is 5,000. Arizona Golf Resort provided Maricopa County Head Start program with the following goods and services at no cost to the County: Conference Room 3500 Audio/Visual Equipment use 250 Linens 250
Tagged Passions:equipment, preschool, donation, hotel, Donation, services, program, policy, poverty, family services, and golf

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Set-up/Cleaning fees 1000

The Head Start program held an annual training for the Head Start Policy Council members, Community Partners, program Contractors and staff. Training

included: service delivery and the impact it has on providing services to Head Start program participants.
Tagged Passions:council, preschool, services, program, training, policy, poverty, and family services

The donation received from Arizona Golf Resort will be used to report to the Office of Head Start for Head Start grants required Non-Federal

Share/In-Kind received by Maricopa County Head Start program.
Tagged Passions:grant, preschool, donation, hotel, Donation, program, poverty, family services, and golf

Maricopa County is a recipient of U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)/Administration for Children and Families (ACF), Office of Head

Start (OHS) for service delivery of the Head Start program in the eastern part of Maricopa County and outside of the City of Phoenix. As a recipient for OHS funds, the County is required to provide Non-Federal Share (NFS) match. The Head Start s program NFS is generated through in-kind donations of goods and services as well as parent volunteering. Approval of the receipt of the donated value shall be reported to OHS.
Tagged Passions:funding, health, preschool, donation, Donation, services, program, poverty, family services, and volunteer

The receipt of the donation does not obligate the County to any future commitments or obligations. Supervisory District: All (C-22-19-032-D-00)

Tagged Passions:donation and Donation

54. BUDGET ADJUSTMENT FOR REGIONAL PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY

Tagged Passions:budget and transportation

ACTIVITIES

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

Tagged Passions:funding and budget

1. Decrease expenditure appropriation in Non Departmental (D470) General Fund (100) Operating (OPER) Contingency (4711) in the line unassigned

contingency by 269,785
Tagged Passions:funding

2. Decrease expenditure appropriation in Non Departmental (D470) General Fund (100) Operating (OPER) Contingency (4711) in the line Human Services

Paratransit Contingency by 1,172,815
Tagged Passions:funding and services

3. Increase expenditure appropriation in Human Services (D220) General Fund (100) Human Service Paratransit Program (VMT0) by 1,442,600

(C-22-19-036-2-00)
Tagged Passions:funding, services, and program

55. SUBRECIPIENT AGREEMENT WITH COMMUNITY BRIDGES, INC. FOR JUSTICE-INVOLVED

HOMELESSNESS SERVICES

Tagged Passions:services

Approve a financial Subrecipient Agreement between Community Bridges, Inc. (CBI), a community based non-profit organization and Maricopa County

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

The purpose of the Agreement is for the County to provide Community Bridges, Inc. with Community Development Block Grant funds in the amount not-to

exceed 132,000 for the provision of Navigation services for justice-involved people experiencing homelessness.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, development, services, Development, cdbg, and community development

Also request approval for authorization for the Human Services Department Director to approve and execute changes as listed below. Pursuant to

Section II Special Provisions paragraph N. ADDITIONAL CERTIFICATIONS AND WARRANTIES Subparagraph 1.r. Changes - The County may, at any time, by written Change Order/Administrative Change executed by the Director or designee, make changes within the general scope of this Agreement in any one or more of the following areas: i. Work Statement activities which do not Increase or decrease the amount of total Agreement funding;
Tagged Passions:funding, public safety, and services

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ii. Modify the project timeline as long as the last day of the project timeline is within the end date of the Agreement; or iii. Modify terms

consistent with any change to the Work Statement required by Federal, State, or County regulations ordinances or policies. iv. Administrative requirements such as changes in reporting periods, frequency of reports, or report formats required by HUD or local regulations, policies or requirements.
Tagged Passions:regulation and ordinance

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

Tagged Passions:legal

This Agreement is funded by grants from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Funding is included in the FY2020 budget and

does not impact the General Fund.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, budget, development, Development, and housing

Activities and programs to be administered under this Agreement shall be funded through the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) 14.218

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
Tagged Passions:grant, development, program, Development, cdbg, and community development

The County shall reimburse CBI on a net 0 payment standard. Supervisory District: All (C-22-19-039-3-00)

Medical Examiner - M dico Forense

56. INTERGOVERNMENTAL LETTER OF AGREEMENT WITH MIHS FOR LAB SERVICES

Tagged Passions:services and intergovernmental

Approve Intergovernmental Letter of Agreement between the Maricopa County Special Health Care District dba Maricopa County Integrated Health Systems

(MIHS) and Maricopa County by and through the Office of the Medical Examiner to address laboratory testing services purchased from District by the County. This financial agreement is retroactive to January 1, 2019 and effective through December 31, 2024.
Tagged Passions:health, finance, services, purchasing, and intergovernmental

This agreement is pending approval from the Maricopa County Special Health Care District Board of Directors. (C-29-19-007-M-00)

Tagged Passions:health

Parks and Recreation - Parques y Recreaci n

Tagged Passions:parks and recreation

57. INCREASE TO REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE AUTHORITY

Approve an appropriation adjustment increasing the FY19 Parks and Recreation Department (D300) Donation Fund (Fund 243) Operating (OPER) revenue

budget by 25,000 to reflect additional revenue and an appropriation adjustment increasing the FY19 Parks Donation Fund (Fund 243) Operating (OPER) expenditure budget by 25,000.
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, donation, Donation, parks, and recreation

As the economy has improved, Parks has seen an increased amount in Donations to the Parks. One program Memorial Bench saw large growth this fiscal

year. This increase in revenue and expenditure authority will allow the purchase and installation of memorial benches along trails and water features in our Parks allowing for the memorialization of a loved one and a rest stop for the public.
Tagged Passions:utility, donation, Utility, Donation, program, water, purchasing, parks, trails, economy, and growth

Donation revenues are not local revenues for the purpose of the constitutional expenditure limit, and therefore expenditures of these revenues are

not prohibited by the budget law. The approval of this budget adjustment does not alter the budget constraining the expenditures of local revenues duly adopted by the Board pursuant to A.R.S. 42-17105. (C-30-19-018-2-00)
Tagged Passions:budget, donation, and Donation

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58. TRANSFER FROM PARKS SOUVENIR FUND TO PARKS ENHANCEMENT FUND

Tagged Passions:parks

Approve an operating transfer of 35,000 from the Parks Department (300) Parks Souvenir Fund (239) to the Parks Department (300) Enhancement Fund

(241). Also, pursuant to ARS 42-17106B approve the following: 1. Increase the Parks Department (300) Parks Souvenir Fund (239) Operating (OPER) expenditure appropriation by 35,000. 2. Increase the Parks Department (300) Enhancement Fund (241) Operating (OPER) revenue appropriation by 35,000. 3. Offsetting adjustments in revenue and expenditure in Eliminations (D980) Eliminations Fund (900) Operating (OPER) of (35,000). These actions will have a County-wide net impact of zero and they do not alter the budget constraining the expenditure of local revenues duly adopted by the Board pursuant to ARS 42- 17105.
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, and parks

ARS 11-941.B and D provide that a county, through its Board of Supervisors, may establish a county parks publication and souvenir revolving fund

consisting of monies received from the sale of county parks oriented services, souvenirs, sundry items or informational publications that are uniquely prepared for use in county parks by the public.
Tagged Passions:sale, services, and parks

The Parks Recreation Department has shown tremendous success in its ability to generate revenue through this fund. The department has encouraged this

program and demand is increasing. The FY 2019 revenue and expenditure projections exceed the budget by 35,000. (C-30-19-019-2-00)
Tagged Passions:budget, program, parks, and recreation

Procurement Services - Servicios de Adquisiciones

Tagged Passions:services and purchasing

59. JOB ORDER CONTRACTOR FOR FACILITIES MANAGEMENT (190063-JOC)

Approve Job Order Contracts (JOCs) for the completion of construction projects/task orders in County facilities with the following six firms: Brycon

Construction, Caliente Construction, DNG Construction LLC, FCI Constructors Inc., Layton Construction, and Woodruff Construction. Each individual contract shall be for a term of three years, effective July 1, 2019, with two one year renewals. In accordance with Maricopa County Procurement Code the maximum payments per contract under the original 3 year term are 15 million, 5 million maximum per year and 1 million maximum per project/task order. (C-73-19-031-5-00)
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60. ARIZONA@WORK MARICOPA COUNTY ONE-STOP OPERATOR (OSO), (171197-RFP)

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This Contract provides One Stop Operator (OSO) for service coordination; service availability; and service delivery. Human Services uses this

contract for promoting improvements in the structure and delivery of services through the workforce development system to better address the employment and skill needs of workers, jobseekers, and employers.
Tagged Passions:development, contract, services, employment, Development, workforce development, and workforce

This Contract contains options for contract renewals and is being renewed for a term of six (6) months, thru December 31, 2019. The remaining MA

balance in Advantage 3x of 49.70 is not sufficient to cover anticipated spend thru the end of this new term, so 99,309.50 needs to be added to the Contract award value.
Tagged Passions:contract

It is requested by MARICOPA COUNTY WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD that the Board of Supervisors approve the Renewal, with an effective day of July 01,

2019.
Tagged Passions:development, Development, workforce development, and workforce

Maximus Human Services, Inc. (C-73-17-043-3-02)

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61. PHASE 2 CHANGE ORDER TO CONTRACT WITH HENSEL PHELPS CONSTRUCTION FOR INTAKE TRANSFER AND RELEASE FACILITY DETENTION FACILITY

Tagged Passions:construction, facility, contract, and detention

Approve Change Order 2 to the Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP 3) Contract with Hensel Phelps Construction Company in the amount of 2,146,658.00

increasing the contract from 137,586,377.20 to 139,733,035.20 for new Maricopa County Sheriffs Intake Transfer Release Facility (15062-CMR GMP 3).
Tagged Passions:construction, facility, contract, and public safety

The purpose of this Change Order is to make Owner requested and unforeseen revisions to GMP 3. (C-73-16-046-5-03)

Public Health - Salud P blica

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62. AFFILIATION AGREEMENT WITH BEATITUDES CAMPUS

Approve the Affiliation Agreement between Maricopa County and Beatitudes Campus to provide clinical nutrition training experience for graduate

students in the dietetic internship. The agreement is non-financial and the term is July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2024.
Tagged Passions:finance, training, nutrition, and students

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

broad and diverse practicum experience. This agreement with Beatitudes Campus will allow dietetic interns to continue to receive approved practicum experience in clinical nutrition. Supervised by BC registered dietitians in BC facilities, interns would continue to be responsible to Public Health. This agreement is non-financial, and does not affect the County general fund. (C-86-19-049-3-00)
Tagged Passions:health, finance, program, and nutrition

63. AMENDMENT TO IGA WITH ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES FOR

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IMMUNIZATION SERVICES

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Approve Amendment No. 2 to the Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) Contract No. ADHS18- 177694, Immunization Services between Arizona Department of

Health Services (ADHS) and Maricopa County by and through its Department of Public Health (MCDPH), Community Wellness and Health Promotion to provide for immunization services. This amendment is pursuant to Uniform Terms and Conditions, Provision (6) Contract Changes, (6.1) Amendments, Purchase Orders, and Change Orders, it is mutually agreed that the IGA referenced is amended as follows:
Tagged Passions:health, contract, services, purchasing, and intergovernmental

The Scope of Work is revised as follows:

1. Section Four (4), Tasks, Item 4.1.2, is hereby revised in this Amendment Two (2) to read:

4.1.2. Share the IAP and Immunization Quality Improvement for Providers (IQIP) Assessment Reports with the Medical Director, Local Health Officer

(LHO), and/or other staff for review and/or approval as dictated by county health department protocol.
Tagged Passions:health

2. Section Four (4), Tasks, Item 4.5, Activity Five (5) AFIX Assessment Reports, is hereby revised and replaced in this Amendment Two (2)

4.5. Activity Five (5) Immunization Quality Improvement

4.5.1. AIPO will provide quality improvement assistance to the Contractor, on an annual basis, as part of the Immunization Quality Improvement for

Providers (IQIP) program. This program replaces the current Assessment, Feedback, Incentives and eXchange (AFIX) program, per CDC directives, on July 1, 2019. As part of the IQIP requirements, the Contractor shall receive the following assistance:
Tagged Passions:program and incentive

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4.5.1.1. An annual in-person site visit from AIPO staff to include an ASIIS-based coverage rate report for children ages 24-35 months and for

adolescents aged thirteen (13) years, including a list of patients not up-to-date. The visit will include a discussion of current immunization practices and quality improvement goals;

4.5.1.2. Phone-based check-in calls at two (2) months and six (6) months post-site visit to include a discussion of the quality improvement

objectives and any technical assistance requested by the Contractor; and

4.5.1.3. An email-based check-in at twelve (12) months post-site visit, to include a follow-up coverage rate assessment, a discussion of progress

toward quality improvement goals, and any other technical assistance requested by the Contractor.

4.5.2. Removed

This grant award is reoccurring and has been awarded to the department since 1993. The grant does not require an in-kind match; indirect cost is

fully recoverable; and ongoing cash contributions are not required. The grant award is a mandated function and provides a benefit to the citizens by ensuring that immunization coverage levels in the County s child, adolescent, and adult populations improve for both public and private health care recipients. The grant award is not competitive. There are no costs that will need to be absorbed by the department s operating budget.
Tagged Passions:grant, health, and budget

All other terms of this agreement remain unchanged.

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

prohibited by the budget law. This Amendment does not alter the budget constraining expenditures of local revenues duly adopted by the Board pursuant to A.R.S. 42-17105. The overall grant budget will be adjusted as necessary to accommodate this grant through a future reconciliation. Funding for this Agreement is provided by a Grant from ADHS and will not affect the County s general fund. (C-86-18-018-3-05)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, and budget

64. AMENDMENT TO LEASE AGREEMENT L-7459 WITH HIGH REVOCABLE TRUST

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Approve, and authorize the Chairman to execute Amendment No. 2 to Lease Agreement No. L- 7459 with Randolph P. High and Kathleen M. High, trustees of

the High Revocable Trust U/T/D August 24, 1992, as amended and restated, Lessor, for the County s use of approximately 4,000 square feet of office and clinic space at 6641 E. Baywood Avenue, Mesa.
Tagged Passions:leasing

Public Health will use the subject leased space for the operation of a regional WIC facility. The term of Lease L-7459 will be for 36 months

beginning July 1, 2019 and expiring on June 30, 2022, unless terminated earlier as provided for in the agreement. This amendment will extend the original lease term two years and hold the current lease rate at 16.00/sf. Rents will escalate 3 thereafter. The monthly base rent during the renewal period lease year will remain at 16.00/sf or 5,333.33 per month ( 64,000.00 for the year) and includes applicable taxes and operating expenses. This is the fifth year of five of the original lease. County will have the right to use five (5) reserved parking spaces and non-exclusive use of all unreserved parking spaces at the site. The County will be responsible for providing janitorial services and electrical service to the leased premises. (C-86-15- 094-1-02)
Tagged Passions:health, facility, leasing, taxes, Taxes, services, and parking

65. RESCIND AMENDMENT TO ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES (ADHS) IGA

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ADHS17-141746

Rescind approval by the Board of Supervisors of item C-86-13-003-3-10, Amendment No. 3 approved on 02/27/2019 for HIV Surveillance services between

ADHS and Maricopa County by and through its Department of Public Health (MCDPH). The rescission is due to an ADHS restructure of funds dispersed amongst HIV/STD programs and IGAs. (C-86-13-003-3-11)
Tagged Passions:funding, health, grocery, services, program, and surveillance

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66. MARICOPA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH HEPATITIS A OUTBREAK

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RESPONSE

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

Tagged Passions:funding and budget

1. Decrease expenditure appropriation in Correctional Health (D260) General Fund (100) Operating (OPER) by 600,000; 2. Increase expenditure

appropriation in Public Health (D860) General Fund (100) Hepatitis A Vaccinations (HAV0) by 600,000.
Tagged Passions:funding, health, and jail

As part of a national Hepatitis A virus (HAV) outbreak predominantly among individuals who use illicit substances, those experiencing homelessness,

and recent incarceration, Maricopa county is amidst a rapidly expanding outbreak, with disease spread now occurring in individuals without any risk factors (community spread). Nationwide there have been in excess of 17,000 cases with 170 deaths. CDC has identified our area as being at high risk for an explosion of cases and strongly recommends that we prioritize outbreak response immediately. Vaccination of highest risk groups is the most effective way to prevent community spread of HAV.
Tagged Passions:risk

Since February, MCDPH has identified in excess of 135 Hepatitis A cases, predominantly among those with homelessness, substance use, and recent

incarceration, with 83 requiring hospitalization. Half of all cases have been incarcerated in the last year and six of those cases exposed over 2000 individuals in the jail system. Weekly disease case counts are increasing at an average rate of 60 (15-20 per week).
Tagged Passions:jail

These budget appropriation adjustments are needed to provide vaccine and staff to administer vaccine to high risk populations, as well as to provide

post exposure prophylaxis to stop community spread of HAV in Maricopa County. (C-86-19-054-2-00)
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, and risk

Transportation - Transportaci n

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67. SALE OF EXCESS LAND: CAVE CREEK ROAD

Tagged Passions:streets and sale

Pursuant to A.R.S. 11-251, Maricopa County Department of Transportation requests the Board of Supervisors declare as excess one (1) parcel, as

described below, to be offered for sale at public auction, or in the event of a sale to a municipality, by direct sale. The value of the property will be determined by a certified licensed appraiser. Conveyance documents for the sale of the parcel will be presented to the Board of Supervisors for acceptance and signature at the time of sale.
Tagged Passions:sale, transportation, events, auction, property, and license

The parcel is approximately 2.5 acres and is located east of Cave Creek Rd, on the northeast corner of N. Cave Creek Road E. Forest Pleasant Pl. in

Phoenix. It is Assessor Parcel No. 211- 35-011G and is zoned S-1, Phoenix. Supervisory District No. 3 (C-64-19-176-M-00)
Tagged Passions:streets, zoning, and property

68. SALE OF EXCESS LAND: BELL ROAD PROJECT - GRAND AVE TO 99TH AVE

Tagged Passions:streets and sale

Pursuant to A.R.S. 11-251, Maricopa County Department of Transportation requests the Board of Supervisors declare as excess one (1) parcel, as

described below, to be offered for sale at public auction, or in the event of a sale to a municipality by direct sale. The value of the property will be determined by a certified licensed appraiser. Conveyance documents for the sale of the parcel will be presented to the Board of Supervisors for acceptance and signature at the time of sale.
Tagged Passions:sale, transportation, events, auction, property, and license

The parcel is approximately 1.057 acres and is located on the south side of Bell Road at about 113th Ave in the City of Surprise. The City has

indicated they have no need for the property. This a non-assessed remnant parcel. Supervisory District No. 4 (C-64-19-183-M-00)
Tagged Passions:streets and property

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69. ANNEXATION BY THE CITY OF AVONDALE: ORDINANCE NO. 1691-419

Tagged Passions:ordinance and annexation

Pursuant to A.R.S. 9-471(N), approve the annexation by the City of Avondale of County right-of- way within: MC85 (Buckeye Rd) at Avondale Boulevard,

in accordance with Ordinance No. 1691- 419.
Tagged Passions:ordinance, streets, and annexation

(General Vicinity: MC85 at Avondale Boulevard. Supervisory District No. 4) (C-64-19-185-M-00)

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70. ANNEXATION BY THE CITY OF CHANDLER: RESOLUTION NO. 5182

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Pursuant to A.R.S. 9-471(N), approve the annexation by the City of Chandler of County right-of- way within: Arizona Avenue and Riggs Road, in

accordance with Resolution No. 5182.
Tagged Passions:streets and annexation

(General Vicinity: Arizona Avenue and Riggs Road. Supervisory District No. 1) (C-64-19-186-M-00)

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71. ANNEXATION BY THE CITY OF CHANDLER: RESOLUTION NO. 5183

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Pursuant to ARS 9-471(N), approve the annexation by the City of Chandler of County right-of-way within: McQueen Road between Queen Creek Road and

Riggs Road, in accordance with Resolution No. 5183.
Tagged Passions:streets and annexation

(General Vicinity: McQueen Road and Queen Creek Road. Supervisory District No. 1) (C-64-19-200-M-00)

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72. RIGHT-OF-WAY GRANT/TEMPORARY USE PERMIT FOR VULTURE MINE ROAD

Tagged Passions:grant and streets

Approve the Right-of-Way Grant/Temporary Use Permits with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

Tagged Passions:grant

The Right-of-Way Grant is for Vulture Mine Road, serial number AZA-37473. The grant will terminate on December 31, 2048. Supervisory District No. 4

(C-64-19-187-M-00)
Tagged Passions:grant and streets

73. NEW TRAFFIC CONTROLS ON TRIUMPH COURT

Tagged Passions:legal, traffic, and court

Approve new traffic controls (No Stopping, Standing, Parking 7 AM to 4 PM) on unincorporated right-of-way at the following locations:

Tagged Passions:traffic and parking

1. A No Stopping, Standing, Parking 7 AM to 4 PM Zone on Triumph Court from 530 feet west of Gavilan Peak Parkway to Gavilan Peak Parkway (North side

only).
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2. A No Stopping, Standing, Parking 7 AM to 4 PM Zone on Triumph Court from 510 feet west of Gavilan Peak Parkway to 430 feet west of Gavilan Peak

Parkway (South side only).
Tagged Passions:legal, parking, and court

These new traffic controls are the result of a Traffic Engineering Study conducted at the request of the residents of the Village condominiums, the

Village Community Manager, and the Community Council Board member from the Village Condominiums. In the interest of public safety these signs are warranted. Supervisory District No. 3 (C-64-19-198-M-00)
Tagged Passions:council, public safety, manager, and traffic

74. IGA WITH THE TOWN OF QUEEN CREEK FOR DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF OCOTILLO

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ROAD FROM 228TH STREET TO MERIDIAN ROAD

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Approve the Intergovernmental Agreement between Maricopa County and Town of Queen Creek for the design and construction of Ocotillo Road from 228th

Street to Meridian Road.
Tagged Passions:construction, streets, and intergovernmental

Under this Intergovernmental Agreement, Maricopa County (County) and Town of Queen Creek (Town) will widen Ocotillo Road to five lanes with raised

landscape medians, curb, gutter, sidewalk,
Tagged Passions:streets, buildings and grounds, intergovernmental, and Pedestrian

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drainage improvements and install a traffic signal.

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

design and construction cost share contribution is 1,002,596. Funds will be budgeted in FY2021 Transportation Department (640) Transportation Capital Project Fund (234) Transportation System Management Project, sub-project TT0614.
Tagged Passions:funding, construction, streets, budget, capital spending, Capital Spending, and transportation

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

areas upon execution of this Agreement. The City will be responsible for the maintenance and operations of Ocotillo Road from 228th Street to Meridian Road when the project is complete.
Tagged Passions:streets and annexation

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

been satisfied, except that it may be amended upon written agreement by both parties. Supervisory District No. 1 (C-64-19-202-M-00)

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

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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.
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A. MWD (JR)

Project : TT0497 Olive Ave (Citrus to Cotton) Memorandum of Easement Maricopa County Municipal Water Conservation District Number One.

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, Conservation, and easement

B. D-22269 (HL)

Project : TT0195 Northern Parkway (Sarival to Dysart Rd) Lateral 9 Sub lateral G Parcel No. 1 and Parcel No. 2 Special Warranty Deed Maricopa County

in the amount of 1.00.
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(C-06-19-512-7-00)

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS - JUNTA DE SUPERVISORES

Board of Supervisors - Junta de Supervisores

76. APPOINTMENT TO THE INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Tagged Passions:appointments, development, industrial, and Development

Approve the appointment of Andrew Cohn to the Industrial Development Authority Board of Directors, representing District 2. The term of the

appointment will be effective as of Board approval through December 17, 2019. (C-06-19-489-7-00)
Tagged Passions:appointments, development, industrial, and Development

77. APPOINTMENT TO THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT AND DRAINAGE REVIEW BOARD

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Approve the appointment of Fern Ward as Board of Adjustment and Drainage Review Board, representing Supervisorial District 5. The term of the

appointment will be effective June 12, 2019 through March 19, 2022. (C-06-19-502-7-00)
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78. RESIGNATION AND APPOINTMENT TO THE TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY BOARD

Tagged Passions:appointments and transportation

Accept the resignation of Marc Erpenbeck and approve the appointment of John Repar to the Transportation Advisory Board, representing District 1. The

resignation will be effective June 11, 2019. The term of the appointment will be effective as of Board approval through August 31, 2019. (C-06-19-506-7-00)
Tagged Passions:appointments and transportation

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SETTING OF HEARINGS - CONFIGURACI N DE AUDIENCIAS

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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
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Clerk of the Board - Secretaria de la Junta

79. SETTING OF HEARING FOR THE PROPOSED MESA LINDA IRRIGATION WATER DELIVERY

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, and hearing

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