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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

Tagged Passions:administrator and manager

Clerk of the Board

Fran McCarroll

Meeting Location Supervisors' Auditorium

205 W. Jefferson Phoenix, AZ 85003

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

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

Tagged Passions:services, Public Works, and public works

healthy and safe communities

FORMAL MEETING AGENDA

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

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

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

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Wednesday, August 21, 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/324/Board-of-Supervisors-Meeting-Information. One or more Board members may attend telephonically. Board members attending telephonically will be announced at the meeting. The Board may vote to recess into an executive session for the purpose of obtaining legal advice from the Board s attorney on any matter listed on the agenda pursuant to A.R.S. 38-431.03(A)(3). Accommodations for individuals with disabilities, including alternative format materials, sign language interpretation, and assistive listening devices are available upon 72 hours' advance notice through the Office of the Clerk of the Board, 301 W. Jefferson Avenue, Tenth Floor, Phoenix, Arizona 85003, (602) 506- 3766, Fax (602) 506-6402, TDD (602) 506-2348. To the extent possible, additional reasonable accommodations will be made available within the time constraints of the request.
Tagged Passions:legal and materials

See the Clerk and fill out a speaker's form if you would like to address the Board regarding any matter on the agenda.

This is a DRAFT AGENDA and is subject to change.

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

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

Miembros de la Junta

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

Jack Sellers, Distrito 1 Steve Chucri, Distrito 2

Steve Gallardo, Distrito 5

Administrador del Condado Joy Rich

Secretar a de la Junta

Fran McCarroll

Ubicaci n de la Reuni n Auditorio de los Supervisores

205 W. Jefferson Phoenix, AZ 85003

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

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

aquellos puedan disfrutar la vida en comunidades saludables y seguras

AGENDA DE LA REUNI N FORMAL

JUNTA DE SUPERVISORES

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

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

Dep sito)

mi rcoles 21 de agosto del 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/324/Board-of-Supervisors-Meeting-Information. Uno o m s miembros de la Junta pueden asistir telef nicamente. En la reuni n se anunciar qu miembros de la Junta asistir n telef nicamente. La Junta puede votar a favor de una suspensi n de la sesi n para entrar a una sesi n ejecutiva con el prop sito de obtener asesor a legal del abogado de la Junta con respecto a cualquier asunto incluido en la agenda, en conformidad con el estatuto A.R.S. 38- 431.03(A)(3). Hay acomodaciones disponibles para individuos con discapacidades, incluyendo materiales en formatos alternos, interpretaci n del lenguaje a se as, y dispositivos de asistencia auditiva si se solicitan por medio de un aviso con 72 horas por adelantado y habr servicios de interpretaci n disponibles para aquellos individuos con conocimientos limitados del ingl s si da un aviso 18 horas por adelantado a trav s de la oficina de la Secretar a de la Junta, 301 W. Jefferson Street, 10 Piso, Phoenix, Arizona 85003, (602) 506-3766, Fax (602) 506-6402, TDD (602) 506-2348, correo electr nico: clerkboard@mail.maricopa.gov. Al grado que sea posible, se proveer n acomodaciones razonables adicionales dentro de las restricciones de tiempo de la solicitud. Vea a la Secretar a y llene una forma para oradores si usted desea dirigirse a la Junta con respecto a cualquier asunto en la agenda.
Tagged Passions:legal and streets

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

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

County Leadership Joy Rich County Manager

Tagged Passions:administrator and manager

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

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

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

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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 STATUTORY HEARINGS -

AUDIENCIAS LEGALES .................................................................................. 9
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Clerk of the Board - Secretaria de la Junta ............................................................................................... 9

Transportation Transportaci n ............................................................................................................. 11
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AGENCY ITEMS AND STATUTORY MATTERS ART CULOS DE AGENCIA Y ASUNTOS REGLAMENTARIOS ................................................................ 12

COUNTY OFFICERS - OFICIALES DE CONDADO .................................................................................. 12
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Assessor - Asesor ...................................................................................................................................

12 Clerk of the Court - Secretario de la Corte .............................................................................................. 12 County Attorney - Procurador del Condado ............................................................................................ 13 Sheriff - Alguacil ...................................................................................................................................... 14 Treasurer - Tesorero ............................................................................................................................... 16
Tagged Passions:legal, public safety, Treasurer, TREASURER, and court

JUDICIAL BRANCH - PODER JUDICIAL ................................................................................................... 16 Adult

Probation - Libertad Condicional de Adultos .................................................................................. 16

COUNTY OFFICES AND DEPARTMENTS DEPARTAMENTOS Y OFICINAS DEL CONDADO

................................................................................... 17

Air Quality - Calidad del Aire ................................................................................................................... 17

Animal Care and Control Services - Servicios de Control y Cuidado de Animales ................................ 17 Finance - Finanzas .................................................................................................................................. 19 Human Resources - Recursos Humanos ................................................................................................ 20 Human Services - Servicios Humanos .................................................................................................... 25 Procurement Services - Servicios de Adquisiciones ............................................................................... 29 Public Health - Salud P blica .................................................................................................................. 29 Real Estate - Bienes Ra ces ................................................................................................................... 33 Transportation - Transportaci n .............................................................................................................. 34
Tagged Passions:health, finance, transportation, services, purchasing, and human resources

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS - JUNTA DE SUPERVISORES .................................................................... 35 Board of Supervisors - Junta de

Supervisores ........................................................................................ 35 Industrial Development Authority - Autoridad para el Desarrollo Industrial ............................................ 35
Tagged Passions:development, industrial, and Development

SETTING OF HEARINGS - CONFIGURACI N DE AUDIENCIAS ............................................................ 36 Clerk of the Board - Secretaria de

la Junta ............................................................................................. 36 Planning and Development - Planificaci n y Desarrollo ......................................................................... 38 Transportation Transportaci n ............................................................................................................. 38
Tagged Passions:planning, development, transportation, Development, and hearing

CONSENT AGENDA - AGENDA DE CONSIENTA .................................................................................... 43 Clerk of the Board -

Secretaria de la Junta ............................................................................................. 43

FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT AGENDA AGENDA DE DISTRITO DE CONTROL DE INUNDACIONES .................................................................. 45

LIBRARY DISTRICT AGENDA AGENDA DEL DISTRITO DE BIBLIOTECA ............................................................................................... 46 STADIUM DISTRICT AGENDA AGENDA DEL DISTRITO DE ESTADIO .................................................................................................... 46 HOUSING AUTHORITY OF MARICOPA COUNTY AGENDA AGENDA AUTORIDAD DE VIVIENDA DEL CONDADO DE MARICOPA ................................................. 46 CALL TO THE PUBLIC AND SUMMARY OF CURRENT EVENTS LLAMADO AL PUBLICO Y EL RESUMEN DE TEMAS DE ACTUALIDAD ............................................... 47
Tagged Passions:events, flooding, stadium, library, and housing

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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 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. HAPPY VALLEY RV STORAGE

Case : Z2019001

Supervisor District: 4

Applicant / Owner: Dennis Newcombe, Beus Gilbert / Storage Brokers LLC

Request: Special Use Permit (SUP) for an RV Storage facility in the C-2 and R-3 zoning districts

Tagged Passions:facility and zoning

Site Location: Generally located approximately 840 west of the southwest corner of Happy Valley Rd. and Vistancia Blvd. in the Peoria area

Commission Recommendation: On 7/25/19, the Commission voted 6-0 to recommend approval of Z2019001 subject to conditions a h :

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a. Development of the site shall be in substantial conformance with the Site Plan entitled Happy Valley RV Storage , consisting of 3 full-size

sheets, dated May 3, 2019, and stamped received May 14, 2019, except as modified by the following conditions. Within 30 days of Board of Supervisors approval, the applicant shall provide a revised site plan identifying the sight visibility triangles relocated along the edge of right-of-way.
Tagged Passions:development and Development

b. Development of the site shall be in substantial conformance with the Narrative Report entitled Happy Valley RV Storage , consisting of 8 pages,

stamped received May 14, 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. Prior to issuance of any building permits associated with the SUP, the owner/applicant shall provide written approval from the affected utility

company to allow retention within the utility easement shown on the plans according to (MCZO 1205.7.6.2.g).
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and easement

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2. A signing and pavement-marking plan may be required for Happy Valley Road to address issues relating to this development in relation to the

ongoing development to the east. Road improvements along Happy Valley Road must match the improvements required for the development to the east. Right-of-way permits will be required concurrent with building permits.
Tagged Passions:streets, development, and Development

d. This Special Use Permit shall expire 25 years from the date of approval by the Board of Supervisors. All of the site improvements shall be removed

within 60 days of such termination or expiration.

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

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

f. 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.
Tagged Passions:regulation, ordinance, and zoning

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

with conditions.
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h. 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 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-44-20-003-M-00)
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PZ-2. NORTHERN FARMS

Tagged Passions:agriculture

Case : Z2019054

Supervisor District: 4

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

Tagged Passions:services and investment

Request: Modification of Conditions to a Zone Change (Z2018116) to amend the R1-6 RUPD development standard for front yard setback

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

Commission Recommendation: On 7/25/19, the Commission voted 6-0 to recommend approval of Z2019054 subject to conditions a i :

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

February 16, 2019, except as modified by the following conditions. Development of the site shall also be in conformance with the modification of conditions Narrative Report entitled, Northern Farms Zone Change Modification of Condition, consisting of 19 pages dated stamped received on June 5, 2019.
Tagged Passions:agriculture, development, and Development

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

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

c. The following Engineering condition shall apply:

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

the dedication of the final plat.
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d. The following R1-6 RUPD standards shall apply:

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

10 /18 (10 livable, porches, and side loaded garage, 18 for front facing garage)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

flight paths are located within 20 miles from the base, jet noise will be apparent throughout the area as aircraft transient to and from the Barry M. Goldwater Gunnery Range and other flight training areas.
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Luke Air Force Base may launch and recover aircraft in either direction off its runways oriented to the southwest and northeast. Noise will be more

noticeable during overcast sky conditions due to noise reflections off the clouds.
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Luke Air Force Base's normal flying hours extend from 7:00 a.m. until approximately midnight, Monday through Friday, but some limited flying will

occur outside these hours and during most weekends.
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Such notification shall be recorded on all Final Plats, be permanently posted on not less than a 3 foot by 5 foot sign in front of all home sales

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

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

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

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

permits, the applicant shall provide the Maricopa County Planning and Development Department with an executed pre-annexation service agreement with the City of Glendale that identifies the detail for when the proposed project will be annexed and the provision of water and sewer service. In lieu of a pre-annexation service agreement, the applicant may provide a will serve letter and/or verification from a water and sewer service provider that demonstrates the site is within the provider s Certificate of Convenience Necessity ( CC N ) for sewer service. (C-44-20-004-M-00)
Tagged Passions:planning, construction, sewer, utility, development, Utility, water, Development, and annexation

PZ-3. GT HAULING

Case : MCP2018006

Supervisor District: 4

Applicant / Owner: John Shinske, Desert Development Engineering, LLC / Grady Watkins

Tagged Passions:development and Development

Request: Military Compatibility Permit (MCP) with a precise Plan of Development (POD) for commercial storage of vehicles

Tagged Passions:development, Development, commercial, and military

Site Location: Generally located approximately 1,230 west of the southwest corner of Olive Ave. and Litchfield Rd. in the Glendale area

Commission Recommendation: On 7/25/19, the Commission voted 6-0 to recommend approval of MCP2018006 subject to conditions a f :

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a. Development of the site shall comply with the Site Plan entitled Site Plan - GT Hauling , consisting of 2 full-size sheets, stamped received May

31, 2019, except as modified by the following conditions.
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b. Development of the site shall be in general conformance with the Narrative Report entitled GT Hauling Narrative Report , consisting of 6 pages,

stamped received May 21, 2019, except as modified by the following conditions.
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c. The following Engineering condition shall apply:

1. The owner shall provide and dedicate to the public a total half-width of right-of-way for the following roadway:

Olive Ave. 65 feet

d. The owner shall construct a minimum 6 (h) solid wall along the east, west, and south property lines.

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

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

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

this approval allows the property to enjoy uses in excess of those permitted by the zoning existing on the date of application, subject to conditions. In the event of the failure to comply with any condition, the property shall revert to the zoning that existed on the date of application. It is, therefore, stipulated and agreed that either revocation due to the failure to comply with any conditions, does not reduce any rights that existed on the date of application to use, divide, sell or possess the property and that there would be no diminution in value of the property from the value it held on the date of application due to such revocation of the MCP. The MCP enhances the value of the property above its value as of the date the MCP is granted and reverting to the prior zoning results in the same value of the property as if the MCP had never been granted. (C-44-20-005-M-00)
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STATUTORY HEARINGS - AUDIENCIAS LEGALES

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Clerk of the Board - Secretaria de la Junta

5. 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.
Tagged Passions:alcohol, grant, hearing, and license

a. SPECIAL EVENT LICENSE FOR SUN CITIES 4 PAWS RESCUE

Tagged Passions:events and license

Pursuant to A.R.S. 4-203.02, approve a Special Event Liquor License Application filed by Ellen Carmen Straney for Sun Cities 4 Paws Rescue at 14465

R.H. Johnson Boulevard, Sun City West, Arizona 85375 to be held on Sunday, October 27, 2019 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. (Supervisorial District 4) (C-06-20-030-L-00)
Tagged Passions:alcohol, streets, events, and license

b. SPECIAL EVENT LICENSE FOR KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL 12144

Tagged Passions:council, events, and license

Pursuant to A.R.S. 4-203.02, approve a Special Event Liquor License Application filed by Rolando M. Serrano for Knights of Columbus Council 12144 at

9728 West Palmeras Drive, Sun City, Arizona 85373 to be held on Saturday, October 12, 2019 from 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm. (Supervisorial District 4) (C-06-20-033-L-00)
Tagged Passions:alcohol, council, events, and license

c. SPECIAL EVENT LICENSE FOR ST ROSE PHILIPPINE DUCHESNE

Tagged Passions:events and license

Pursuant to A.R.S. 4-203.02, approve a Special Event Liquor License Application filed by Patrick H. Schwindt for St Rose Philippine Duchesne at 2825

West Rose Canyon Circle, Anthem, Arizona 85086 to be held on the following dates and times:
Tagged Passions:alcohol, events, and license

Friday, September 20, 2019 from 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm, Saturday, September 21, 2019 from 3:00 pm to 10:00 pm Sunday, September 22, 2019 from 3:00 pm to

6:00 pm. (Supervisorial District 3) (C-06-20-042-L-00)

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d. SPECIAL EVENT LICENSE FOR TWO-WHEEL JONES CLUB AND RACE TEAM

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Pursuant to A.R.S. 4-203.02, approve a Special Event Liquor License Application filed by Tricia Lynne Jones for Two-Wheel Jones Club and Race Team at

Usery Mountain Regional Park at 3939 North Usery Pass Road, Mesa, Arizona 85207 to be held on Saturday, November 2, 2019 from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm. (Supervisorial District 2) (C-06-20-047-L-00)
Tagged Passions:alcohol, streets, events, parks, and license

e. SPECIAL EVENT LICENSE FOR ST. KATHERINE GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH

Tagged Passions:events, church, and license

Pursuant to A.R.S. 4-203.02, approve a Special Event Liquor License Application filed by Evangelia Archuleta for St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church

at 2716 North Dobson Road, Chandler, Arizona 85224 to be held on the following dates and times: Friday, October 4, 2019 from 4:00 pm to 11:59 pm Saturday, October 5, 2019 from 11:00 am to 11:59 pm Sunday, October 6, 2019 from 11:00 am to 11:59 pm. (Supervisorial District 1) (C-06-20-052-L-00)
Tagged Passions:alcohol, streets, events, church, and license

6. BINGO LICENSE APPLICATION FOR SUN LAKES ROTARY CLUB

Tagged Passions:gambling and license

Pursuant to A.R.S. 5-404(I), convene the scheduled public hearing regarding the application filed by Sun Lakes Rotary Club a Class C Bingo License to

be used at 24218 South Oakwood Boulevard, Sun Lakes, Arizona 85248 on August 21, 2019.
Tagged Passions:streets, gambling, hearing, and license

The Board of Supervisors will recommend approval or disapproval of the application and forward the original application endorsed with its approval or

disapproval to the Arizona Department of Revenue. (Supervisorial District 1) (C-06-19-525-L-01)

7. IMPACT STATEMENT HEARING FOR THE PROPOSED NANCY KAY IRRIGATION WATER

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, and hearing

DELIVERY DISTRICT

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

Delivery District.
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, and hearing

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

will promote public health, comfort, convenience, necessity, or welfare.
Tagged Passions:health

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

statement, a bond of 250, and authorize the persons proposing the district to circulate petitions within the following proposed boundaries of the district:
Tagged Passions:health and bond

The North Half of the Southwest quarter of the Northeast quarter, of Section 26, Township 2 North, Range 3 East, of the Gila and Salt River Base and

Meridian of Maricopa County, Arizona.
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TOGETHER WITH That part of the South Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 26, Township 2 North, Range 3 East of the Gila

and Salt River Base and Meridian, Maricopa County, Arizona described as follows:
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BEGINNING at the Northwest corner of the South Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 26; THENCE South 155 feet along

the West line of said South Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 26; THENCE East 366.75 feet to a point 155 feet South of the North line of said South Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 26, THENCE South 00 degrees 52 minutes 22 seconds East a distance of 106.05 feet;

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THENCE North 89 degrees 59 minutes 33 seconds East 214.57 feet to a Point 75 feet West and parallel to the East line of the Southwest Quarter of the

Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 26; THENCE South 01 degrees 06 minutes 54 seconds West 65.01 feet along the West line of SHERRAN LANE CONDOMINIUM, a Residential Condominium of the Southwest quarter of the Northeast quarter, of Section 26, Township 2 North, Range 3 East, of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian according to the Plat of Record in the Office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona, Recorded in Book 355 of Maps, Page 40; THENCE North 89 degrees 59 minutes 33 seconds East along the South line of said SHERRAN LANE CONDOMINIUM a distance of 75.01 feet to the West line of the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 26, THENCE North along said West line of the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 26 to point 283 feet South and parallel to the North line of said South Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 26; THENCE North 89 degrees 59 minutes 33 seconds East 183.62 feet to point 283 feet South and parallel to the North line of said South Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 26; THENCE North 00 degrees 23 minutes 33 seconds East 62.95 feet; THENCE East to a point 220 feet South of and parallel to the North line of said South Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 26, said Point also being 130 feet West of and parallel to the East line of said South Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 26; THENCE North 220 feet to a Point on the North line of said South Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 26, said Point also being 130 feet West of and parallel to the East line of said South Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 26; THENCE West along the North line of said South Half to the Northwest corner of said South Half of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 26 and the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING. (Supervisorial District 3) (C-06-20-023-M-00)
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Transportation Transportaci n

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8. PATENT EASEMENT ABANDONMENT: ROAD FILE NO. PAB-0091

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Convene a hearing for Road File No. PAB-0091 to consider the request to abandon a portion of a Federal Patent Easement Number 1150302 lying in the

Northwest quarter of Section 6 T4N, R3E of the Gila and Salt River Meridian, Maricopa County, Arizona General vicinity of Yearling Rd and 19th Avenue, and known as Assessor Parcels 210-11-003F and 210-11-003G. Notice conditions and the request for comment requirements have been met.
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Therefore, pursuant to provisions in A.R.S. 11-251.16, Maricopa County Ordinance No. P-34 and Maricopa County Department of Transportation Procedure

P5203, it is recommended by the Department of Transportation Director, that the Board of Supervisors resolves to abandon a portion of a Federal Patent Easement, Road File No. PAB-0091. Legal description of the easement to be abandoned is identified as Exhibit A. In addition, direct the Clerk of the Board to record the Board of Supervisors resolution with the County Recorder. Supervisory District No. 3 (C-64-19-173-M-01)
Tagged Passions:ordinance, legal, streets, transportation, procedure, and easement

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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

9. EXERCISE CONTRACT EXTENSION WITH ESRI CANADA LIMITED

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Approve and allow the Maricopa County Assessor s Office to exercise the 5-year extension option with ESRI Canada Limited sole source contract

13068-SS. This 5-year contract extension is estimated to cost 3,500,000 with an extension ending date of August 31, 2024. (C-12-20-002-M-00)
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Clerk of the Court - Secretario de la Corte

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10. APPOINTMENTS

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

Authorize the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors to certify the Official Appointment and Oaths of Office in accordance with A. R. S. 38-231.
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Effective June 17, 2019 Kerry Ann DeBelle, Deputy Clerk Kristin Rebecca Lehner, Deputy Clerk

Effective July 01, 2019 Kevin Joseph Higgins, Deputy Clerk Laura Lee Martinez, Deputy Clerk Erin Nicole Ruffin, Deputy Clerk

Effective July 15, 2019 Camille Vera Louise Atkins, Deputy Clerk Jacqueline Coronado Guillen, Deputy Clerk Janneth C. Damian, Deputy Clerk Mariacella

DeJesus Diaz, Deputy Clerk Tracy Michelle Flynn, Deputy Clerk Llysia Michelle Gauntt, Deputy Clerk Therese Marie Garrett, Deputy Clerk Laurie Mae Hlas, Deputy Clerk Corey Dean Inmon, Deputy Clerk Vincent Shane McIvor, Deputy Clerk Camille Nesta Miller, Deputy Clerk Alma Rosa Rayas Soto, Deputy Clerk Lizet L. Robles, Deputy Clerk Victoria Celia Villalpando, Deputy Clerk Jennifer Gabrielle Wallace, Deputy Clerk

Effective July 29, 2019 Mayumi Dolores Romero, Deputy Clerk Kelly Lynn Miller, Deputy Clerk Collette Christine Freeman, Deputy Clerk Alicia Elaine

Buscaglia, Deputy Clerk

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

deputies, clerks, and assistants. Further, the appointment shall be in writing. (C-16-20-001-9-00)
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County Attorney - Procurador del Condado

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11. REPLACEMENT WARRANTS CHECK ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM

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Approve the issuance of replacement warrants for county warrants to a victim related to the Check Enforcement Program that have been outstanding for

more than two years. Necessary affidavits have been filed with the Board.
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The Maricopa County Attorney s Office (MCAO) Check Enforcement Program endeavors to make victims of bad check writers financially whole by pursuing

restitution and holding offenders accountable. These funds will directly impact the victim by making them financially whole. (C-19-20-010-M-00)
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12. FEDERAL EQUITABLE SHARING AGREEMENT - COUNTY ATTORNEY

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Approve the FY 2019-20 Federal Equitable Sharing Agreement and FY 2019 Annual Certification Report between the Maricopa County Attorney's Office

(agency) and the U. S. Department of the Treasury and the U. S. Department of Justice. This report accounts for federal equitable sharing funds received from the U. S. Department of the Treasury or the U. S. Department of Justice. The term of this agreement commences September 1, 2019 and expires August 31, 2020. Authorize the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors to sign all documents related to this certification report and agreement.
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Federal Sharing Agreements are entered into between the Federal Government, the Maricopa County Attorney s Office and the Maricopa County Board of

Supervisors. It sets forth the requirements for participation in the federal equitable sharing program and the restrictions upon the use of federally forfeited cash, property, proceeds and any interest earned thereon, which are equitably shared with participating agencies. (More commonly known as RICO funds). The Federal Annual Certification reports revenue and expenditures through June 30, 2019. (C-19-20-009-M-00)
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13. AGREEMENT WITH US DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, DRUG ENFORCEMENT

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ADMINISTRATION FOR THE DEA TASK FORCE

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Approve the State and Local HIDTA Task Force Agreement between the Drug Enforcement Administration and Maricopa County Attorney s Office. The term of

this agreement is October 1, 2019 through September 30, 2020. Authorize the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, or designee, to sign all documents related to this agreement.
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Acceptance of this agreement allows for continued assignment of one Maricopa County Attorney s Office detective to the DEA Phoenix Task Force. The

purpose of the agreement is to enhance disruption of the illicit drug traffic in Maricopa County and the State of Arizona by immobilizing targeted trafficking violators and organizations. The County Attorney has cooperated with the DEA since 1998. (C-19-20-008-M-00)
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14. VICTIMS RIGHTS GRANT FUNDING FROM ARIZONA ATTORNEY GENERAL

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Approve receipt of FY 2019-2020 grant funds from the State of Arizona, Office of the Attorney General, in the amount of 363,000. These grant funds

will support the direct costs of implementing victims rights laws pursuant to Arizona Revised Statues Title 13, Chapter 40 and Title 8, Chapter 3, Article 7, that impact prosecutorial agencies as an entity type. This agreement commenced, retroactively, July 1, 2019 and terminates on June 30, 2020. In accordance with Victims Rights
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Program Guidelines, Section IV, page 5, the grant allows a 0 rate for indirect costs, or 0 that may be incurred by the County Attorney s Office of

Maricopa County for the administration of this grant. The Maricopa County Attorney s Office FY 2020 composite indirect cost rate is 15.8 , or 57,354. The recoverable indirect cost of administering this grant is 0; the non-recoverable indirect cost is 57,354. Non-recoverable indirect costs will be covered by the department budget. This grant is non-competitive and does not require a match. The grant award does not require on-going cash contributions after the grant period end date. Authorize the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, or designee, to sign all documents related to this award. Grant revenues are not local revenues for the purpose of the constitutional expenditure limitation, and therefore expenditure of the funds is not prohibited by the budget law.
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This award agreement is in the amount of 363,000. This award will ensure that victims of crime are notified of the progress of criminal proceedings.

This grant will expire at the end of the agreement. There is no long-term expectation of continued funding for this grant; however, the County Attorney s Office has been receiving grant funds from the Attorney General s office for victim services since FY 96/97, the most recent award was for FY 18/19 in the amount of 363,001. (C-19-20-007-G-00)
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Sheriff - Alguacil

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15. FUNDING FROM THE ARIZONA ATTORNEY GENERAL S OFFICE FOR THE FY 2020 VICTIMS

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RIGHTS PROGRAM (VRP)

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Approve the Agreement and acceptance of 195,700 in advance grant funding from the Arizona Attorney General s Office, Victims Rights Program (VRP).

The Award Agreement is A.G. 2020- 046. The term of this funding is July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020.
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This funding is recurring and has been awarded to the Sheriff's Office for many years. There is no match requirement. The Sheriff s Office indirect

cost rate for FY20 is 16.3 . Unrecoverable indirect costs associated with this Agreement are estimated to be 31,899 and will be paid by the General Fund. This funding is for a mandated function and funds approximately 45 of the costs for seven positions, plus program operating expenses. The Sheriff's Office funds the remaining costs, estimated to be 229,410. This funding is not competitive.
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Grant revenues are not local revenues for the purpose of the constitutional expenditure limitation, and therefore, expenditures of these revenues are

not prohibited by the budget law.
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Arizona Revised Statues Title 13, Chapter 40 (Crime Victim s Rights) and Title 8, Chapter 3 (Victim Rights for Juvenile Offenses) requires victim

notification upon a suspect s arrest, next court appearance, release from custody, post-conviction/post adjudication release, and other change in status. (C-50-20-009-G-00)
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16. FEDERAL EQUITABLE SHARING AGREEMENT - SHERIFF

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Approve the FY 2019-20 Federal Equitable Sharing Agreement and FY 2019 Annual Certification Report between the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office

(agency) and the U. S. Department of the Treasury and the U. S. Department of Justice. This report accounts for federal equitable sharing funds received from the U. S. Department of the Treasury or the U. S. Department of Justice. The term of this agreement commences October 1, 2019 and expires September 30, 2020. Authorize the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors to sign all documents related to this certification report and agreement.
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Federal Sharing Agreements are entered into between the Federal Government, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office and the Maricopa County Board of

Supervisors.
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It sets forth the requirements for participation in the federal equitable sharing program and the restrictions upon the use of federally forfeited

cash, property, proceeds and any interest earned thereon, which are equitably shared with participating agencies. (More commonly known as RICO funds). The Federal Annual Certification reports revenue and expenditures through June 30, 2019. (C-50-20-008-M-00)
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17. DONATION FOR THE SHERIFF S ANIMAL SAFE HAVEN

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Accept a cash donation of 500 designated for the Sheriff s Animal Safe Haven (MASH) from JD James. (C-50-20-007-D-00)

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18. DISPOSAL OF DRUG TESTING KITS TO DPS

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Authorize the disposal of 182 drug testing kits (70 Cocaine; 30 Heroin; and 82 Meth) that are no longer used by the Sheriff's Office to the

Department of Public Safety for use in its Controlled Substance Unit. These items have been removed from the MCSO inventory at the Warehouse because they are no longer part of the MCSO protocol. They can not be sold at auction because they are law enforcement sensitive. The inventory value is estimated to be 2,969.22. (C-50-20-006-M-00)
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19. AGREEMENT WITH US DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, DRUG ENFORCEMENT

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ADMINISTRATION FOR THE DEA PHOENIX TASK FORCE FFY2020

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Approve the Agreement and acceptance of up to 55,947 from the U.S. Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration for MCSO participation in

the DEA Phoenix Task Forces This agreement shall be for two, one-year terms. The first term begins October 1, 2019 to September 30, 2020, and the second term begins October 1, 2020 to September 30, 2021. The agreement may be renewed for four, one-year renewal periods subject to the written agreement of the parties and the availability for federal funding.
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The grant award is reoccurring and has been awarded to the Sheriff's Office since 1998. A cash or in-kind match is not applicable. There is no future

or ongoing contribution required following termination of the grant period. The Sheriff s indirect cost rate is 16.3 for a total of 9,119.36, none of which is recoverable and will be absorbed by the Sheriff s Office General Fund (100) operating budget. The grant award is not a mandated function but provides a benefit to the citizens by enhancing public safety through illegal drug interdiction. The grant award is not competitively bid.
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This agreement reimburses overtime costs for three deputies assigned to the task force, up to 18,649 per deputy for a total of ( 55,947).

Reimbursement for FICA/Medicare and Retirement costs of ( 38,821.62) is not allowed and will be absorbed by the MCSO General Fund (100) operating budget. The total financial impact is 94,768,62.
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These revenues are not local revenues for the purpose of the constitutional expenditure limitation, and therefore, expenditures of these revenues are

not prohibited by the budget law.
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Approval of this action will enhance disruption of the illicit drug traffic in Maricopa County and the State of Arizona by immobilizing targeted

trafficking violators and organizations. (C-50-20-010-G-00)
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20. COMPETITION IMPRACTICABLE WITH COVERTTRACK GROUP INC

Approve a Competition Impractical (CI) Procurement as authorized by Maricopa County Procurement Code, MCI-351, for the not-to-exceed amount of

350,000.00 with CovertTrack Group Inc. to purchase, replace, upgrade and support current audio and video surveillance and GPS tracking equipment for the Maricopa County Sheriff s Office (MCSO). This CI approval will be for three years July 1, 2019 through July 1, 2022 and equipment and services will be obtained by individual purchase order at agreed upon prices.
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Approval of this action allows MCSO to proceed with the procurement of grant funded equipment to be used for sensitive investigations where updated

technology is essential to the success of the program. The most recent CI with Covert Track Group Inc. expired recently. CovertTrack remains the sole provider of this brand of equipment and technology. This product is restricted to Law Enforcement or Military use only with authorization from Federal or State Officials. (C-50-20-011-M-00)
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21. SOLE SOURCE MASTER SOFTWARE LICENSE AND SERVICES AGREEMENT

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Approve a Sole Source procurement Master Software License and Services Agreement with Miller Mendel, Inc. (MMI), a Washington Corporation, and

Maricopa County by and through the Maricopa County Sheriff s Office (Client) for eSOPH System License and Support Services with a five-year value of 720,625, 144,125 annually. The License Term begins as of the Effective Date and will continue through 12 months (License Term). Each term is renewable upon receipt of Client s purchase order for the next License Year. This Agreement can be terminated by either party with cause upon a (30) day written notice or without cause upon a sixty-day notice.
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The eSOPH System is a web-based software system designed and developed to assist with pre- employment background investigations, and all related

Software. The eSOPH System allows MMI s clients to manage pre-employment background investigations of persons who apply for employment and volunteer positions with Client. (C-50-20-012-M-00)
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Treasurer - Tesorero

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22. ANNUAL COLLECTIONS AND DELINQUENCY REPORT TAX COLLECTIONS

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Pursuant to A.R.S. . 42-18002, accept the Annual Collections and Delinquency Report submitted by the County Treasurer for FY 2018-2019. Report is on

file in the Clerk of the Board's Office and retained in accordance with ASLAPR approved retention schedule. (C-43-20-005-7-00)
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JUDICIAL BRANCH - PODER JUDICIAL

Adult Probation - Libertad Condicional de Adultos

23. AMENDMENT TO LEASE AGREEMENT L-7418 WITH LUHR S INVESTORS, LLC

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Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute, Amendment No. 2 to Lease Agreement L-7418 between Maricopa County, as Lessee, and Luhr s Investors,

LLC, as Lessor, successor Lessor to HHLuhrs, LLC, regarding leased space within the Luhrs Annex at 125 S. 1st Avenue in Phoenix, AZ.
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Amendment No. 2 to Lease Agreement L-7418 will: 1) extend the lease term by 88 months beginning January 1, 2020 through April 30, 2027 and provide

for renewal options; 2) modify the current rental structure to become a Full Service Rent with no pass-through of operating expenses to County at a rate of 28.25 per square foot per year with 0.50 s.f. annual increases beginning month 18 and every 12 months thereafter; 3) remove Lessor s right to terminate under certain circumstances; 4) adjust the number parking spaces and the fees; and 5) give Lessee a Lessor- provided Tenant Improvement Allowance. Supervisory District- 5 (C-11-20-001-1-00)
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COUNTY OFFICES AND DEPARTMENTS DEPARTAMENTOS Y OFICINAS DEL CONDADO

Air Quality - Calidad del Aire

24. AMENDMENT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT WITH TOWN OF QUEEN CREEK

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Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute Amendment No. 6 to Non-Exclusive License Agreement P-50188 with the Town of Queen Creek (Licensor) for

non-exclusive use of two (2) parking spaces on Town property at 22358 South Ellsworth Road, Queen Creek, AZ, for the purpose of parking County owned vehicles overnight and County employee personal vehicles during work hours.
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Amendment No. 6 will extend the term of the agreement two (2) years, to commence October 1, 2019 and expire September 30, 2021. There is no cost to

the County for the use. Either Party may terminate the agreement upon 30 days prior written notice to the other. (C-18-12-008-3-09)

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

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25. NEW HOPE AGREEMENT WITH HEART2HEART ANIMAL RESCUE

Approve an agreement between Heart2Heart Animal 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 52 for each animal transferred in FY 2020 and thereafter. Animal Care and Control estimates twelve (12) New Hope transfers over the term of the agreement for a total of 624. The term of this agreement shall commence upon approval and execution by the Board and will expire following a one (1)year period. (C-79-20-018-3-00)
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26. AMENDMENT TO NEW HOPE AGREEMENT WITH W.O.W. DOG RESCUE

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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 W.O.W. Dog Rescue.
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The First Amendment will extend the New Hope Agreement for a three (3) year term, effective September 1, 2019 through August 31, 2022, as well as

replace and supersede Section XVI - Israel Boycott to reflect current policy language.
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All other terms and conditions of the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect.

Animal Care and Control estimates 36 New Hope transfers to W.O.W. Dog Rescue over the three (3) year term of the amended Agreement. The cost per

transfer is 52/animal in FY2020 and thereafter, for a total of 1,872. (C-79-19-025-3-01)
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27. AMENDMENT TO NEW HOPE AGREEMENT WITH WHO SAVED WHO RESCUE

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 Who Saved Who Rescue.
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The First Amendment will extend the New Hope Agreement for a three (3) year term, effective August 1, 2019 through July 31, 2022, as well as replace

and supersede Section XVI - Israel

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Boycott to reflect current policy language.

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

Animal Care and Control estimates 165 New Hope transfers to Who Saved Who Rescue over the three (3) year term of the amended Agreement. The cost per

transfer is 52/animal in FY2020 and thereafter, for a total of 8,580. (C-79-19-005-3-01)

28. FIRST AMENDMENT TO IGA WITH THE TOWN OF FOUNTAIN HILLS FOR ANIMAL CONTROL

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SERVICES

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Approve and execute the First Amendment to an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) for animal control services between the Town of Fountain Hills and

Maricopa County, administered through Maricopa County Animal Care and Control.
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The amended terms are as follows:

1. The Term of the Agreement is renewed for a three (3) year period, effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2022.

2. The Compensation Schedule (Appendix A) has been amended to include the costs for the renewed period.

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3. All other terms and conditions of the Agreement shall remain in full force and effect. (C-79-19-011-3-01)

29. DONATIONS IN EXCESS OF 250 FOR JULY 2019

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Accept the unrestricted monetary donations of Morgan Correia ( 300), Matt Horn ( 300), Patricia Rocha ( 300), Marlyn White ( 375), Nationwide

Foundation ( 439), Jennifer Gluth ( 500), Severin Goodwin ( 500), Gregory Merrel ( 500), Regina Barro ( 500), Anonymous ( 800), Joyce Lesniewski ( 1,000), Allstate ( 1,074), Truist Comprehensive Distribution ( 1,082), Dave and Busters ( 1,500), Josef Schwartz, M.D. ( 3,000), and Shirts N Things ( 3,065), totaling 15,235 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-79-20-012-D-00)
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30. DONATIONS FROM CHERYL HOYER AND EDDIE YICK

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Accept the restricted monetary donations in the amount of 300 from Cheryl Hoyer, and 1,000 from Eddie Yick, which donations are to be used

specifically for items and/or equipment to help keep the animals cool during the summer months.
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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-79-20-013-D-00)
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31. DONATION OF PET BEDS FROM GREATERGOOD.ORG

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Accept the in-kind donation of 750 new pet beds from GreaterGood.org, through its Rescue Bank program. The beds are valued at 30,000.

(C-79-20-014-D-00)
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32. DONATION FROM TWO PUPS WELLNESS FUND FOR MICROCHIPS

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Accept the restricted monetary donation of 375 from Two Pups Wellness Fund, through the Arizona Community Foundation, for the purchase of microchips

provided to stray dogs returned to their owners.
Tagged Passions:pets, donation, Donation, and purchasing

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

not prohibited by the budget law. The approval of this action requested does not alter the budget constraining the expenditure of local revenues duly adopted by the Board pursuant to A.R.S. 42-17105. (C-79-20-015-D-00)
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, donation, and Donation

33. DONATION FROM LOVEPUP FOUNDATION FOR MICROCHIPS

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Accept the restricted monetary donation of 3776.85 from the LovePup Foundation for the purchase of microchips, allowing adopted shelter animals to

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

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

not prohibited by the budget law. The approval of this action requested does not alter the budget constraining the expenditure of local revenues duly adopted by the Board pursuant to A.R.S. 42-17105. (C-79-20-016-D-00)
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, donation, and Donation

34. DONATION FROM BISSELL PET FOUNDATION FOR ADOPTION FEES

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Accept the restricted monetary donation of 23,065 from Bissell Pet Foundation for payment of adoption fees of one hundred and sixty-one (161) dogs

and nineteen (19) cats during a Bissell sponsored shelter adoption event.
Tagged Passions:pets, donation, Donation, and events

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-79-20-017-D-00)
Tagged Passions:funding, budget, donation, and Donation

Finance - Finanzas

Tagged Passions:finance

35. REVISION TO DEPOSITORY BANK ACCOUNTS POLICY A2513

Tagged Passions:policy

Approve the revisions to the Finance prepared countywide policy A2513 Depository Bank Accounts. A2513 was originally adopted on June 20, 2012,

C-18-12-044-6-00. Proposed revisions for July 31, 2019, and assigned C-18-12-044-6-01.
Tagged Passions:finance and policy

The revision to this policy reflects minor changes including consistent terminology, updated references to the County financial system, if needed,

and updated policy template.
Tagged Passions:finance, policy, and Financial Software

The attached policies have been reviewed by the County Attorney s Office and the County Manager. These policies apply to all County Departments,

Elected Officials, and the Flood Control District of Maricopa County, Maricopa County Library District, and Maricopa County Stadium District (Special Districts). The Board of Supervisors is authorized to jointly adopt policies applying to the Special Districts under the Intergovernmental Agreement, C-06-18-393-6-00, approved on April 11, 2018. (C-18-12-044-6-01)
Tagged Passions:legal, flooding, administrator, manager, intergovernmental, stadium, and library

36. DESIGNEE FOR EXPENDITURE LIMITATION REPORT

Approve Shelby L. Scharbach, Assistant County Manager Chief Financial Officer, as the designated individual to submit and certify the accuracy of the

expenditure limitation report (ELR) as annually prepared by the Department of Finance for the Auditor General.
Tagged Passions:finance, administrator, manager, and audit

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

Pursuant to Arizona Revised Statutes 41-1279.07(E), each political subdivision shall provide to the Auditor General by July 31 each year the name of

the chief fiscal officer designated by the governing board of the political subdivision to submit the current fiscal year's expenditure limitation report. The political subdivision shall notify the auditor general of any changes of individuals designated to file the required reports. The designated chief fiscal officer shall certify to the accuracy of the annual expenditure limitation.
Tagged Passions:subdivision and audit

The ELR chief fiscal officer designation is applicable for fiscal years 2018 and 2019. (C-18-20-004-M-00)

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

Tagged Passions:funding and public safety

Approve regular and routine fund transfers, warrant reports 07/12/2019 through 08/01/2019, 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-06-20-050-7-00)
Tagged Passions:funding and public safety

Human Resources - Recursos Humanos

Tagged Passions:human resources

38. MARKET RANGES

Tagged Passions:market

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

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

New Salary Range and Title Change: Risk Management Specialist 26.45- 40.65 ( 55,016- 84,552)

Tagged Passions:risk

New Market Range Title: Risk Management Supervisor 32.70- 46.30 ( 68,016- 96,304)

Tagged Passions:market and risk

New Salary Range: Appraiser Manager 35.90- 51.05 ( 74,672- 106,184) Appraiser Supervisor 31.20- 44.70 ( 64,896- 92,976) Budget Analyst 26.00- 44.65 (

54,080- 92,872) Budget Manager 38.20- 57.10 ( 79,456- 118,768) Compensation Analyst 26.00- 44.65 ( 54,080- 92,872) Court Conciliator 22.91- 35.00 ( 47,653- 72,800) Database Administrator 27.35- 51.60 ( 56,888-107,328) Database Administrator Senior/Lead 39.10- 62.80 ( 81,328- 130,624) Database Report Writer Analyst 21.00- 30.75 ( 43,680- 63,960) Employee Relations Analyst (County) 26.00- 44.65 ( 54,080- 92,872) Engineer 32.00- 47.75 ( 66,560- 99,320) Engineer Associate 26.20- 40.15 ( 54,496- 83,512) Engineer Associate Senior 29.35- 42.30 ( 61,048- 87,984) Engineer Senior 36.00- 52.05 ( 74,880- 108,264) Engineering Drainage Manager 40.20- 58.80 ( 83,616- 122,304) Engineering Manager 42.05- 61.10 ( 87,464- 127,088) Engineering Specialist 21.50- 33.50 ( 44,720- 69,680) Engineering Supervisor 38.35- 56.50 ( 79,768- 117,520) Engineering Support Branch Manager 34.75- 52.80 ( 72,280- 109,824)
Tagged Passions:compensation, legal, budget, administrator, manager, court, and stormwater

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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.

Engineering Technician 18.50- 30.00 ( 38,480- 62,400) Finance Business Analyst (County) 26.00- 44.65 ( 54,080- 92,872) Finance Manager 33.00- 50.60 (

68,640- 105,248) Finance Manager (County) 38.20- 57.10 ( 79,456- 118,768) Finance Manager (Large) 37.00- 55.65 ( 76,960- 115,752) Finance Supervisor (County) 31.70- 47.30 ( 65,936- 98,384) Finance Support Supervisor 26.00- 44.65 ( 54,080- 92,872) Human Resources Group Manager 37.00- 55.65 ( 76,960- 115,752) Human Resources Manager 33.00- 50.60 ( 68,640- 105,248) Human Resources Manager (County) 38.20- 57.10 ( 79,456- 118,768) Human Resources Manager (Large) 37.00- 55.65 ( 76,960- 115,752) Human Resources Supervisor (County) 31.70- 47.30 ( 65,936- 98,384) Human Resources Support Supervisor 26.00- 44.65 ( 54,080- 92,872) Internal Audit Manager 38.20- 57.10 ( 79,456- 118,768) IT Division Manager 51.25- 81.00 ( 106,600- 168,480) IT Manager 45.45- 70.90 ( 94,536- 147,472) Network Engineer Senior/Lead 35.75- 55.30 ( 74,360- 115,024) Procurement Officer 23.15- 34.25 ( 48,152- 71,240) Procurement Officer (County) 26.15- 38.75 ( 54,392- 80,600) Procurement Supervisor (County) 31.80- 47.90 ( 66,144- 99,632) Programmer Analyst Senior/Lead 37.25- 60.00 ( 77,480- 124,800) (C-31-20-017-6-00)
Tagged Passions:business, finance, purchasing, manager, audit, and human resources

39. RESCIND LEGAL ARIZONA WORKERS ACT POLICY (A1517)

Tagged Passions:legal and policy

Rescind the Legal Arizona Workers Act Policy (A1517) as the content of this policy is covered in ARS 41- 4401. This policy is not needed.

Tagged Passions:legal and policy

The Board of Supervisors is authorized to jointly adopt policies applying to the Special Districts (the Flood Control District of Maricopa County and

the Maricopa County Library District) under the Intergovernmental Agreement, C-06-18-393-6-00, approved on April 11, 2018.
Tagged Passions:flooding, intergovernmental, and library

This policy was originally approved by the Board on March 13, 2013 (C-49-13-056-6-00). (C-49-13-056-6-01)

Tagged Passions:policy

40. RESCIND SEVERANCE PAY POLICY (HR2423)

Tagged Passions:policy

Rescind the Severance Pay Policy (HR2423). This policy has been combined with the Maricopa County Compensation Policy (HR2470).

Tagged Passions:compensation and policy

The Board of Supervisors is authorized to jointly adopt policies applying to the Special Districts (the Flood Control District of Maricopa County and

the Maricopa County Library District) under the Intergovernmental Agreement, C-06-18-393-6-00, approved on April 11, 2018.
Tagged Passions:flooding, intergovernmental, and library

This policy was originally approved by the Board on 11/05/2003 (C-31-04-002-6-00) and revised 12/05/2007 (C-31-08-008-6-00) on 10/04/2017

(C-31-18-009-M-00). (C-31-18-009-M-01)
Tagged Passions:policy

41. RESCIND SPECIAL WORK ASSIGNMENT POLICY (HR2475)

Tagged Passions:policy

Rescind the Special Work Assignment Policy (HR2475). This policy has been combined with the Maricopa County Compensation Policy (HR2470).

Tagged Passions:compensation and policy

The Board of Supervisors is authorized to jointly adopt policies applying to the Special Districts (the Flood Control District of Maricopa County and

the Maricopa County Library District) under the Intergovernmental Agreement, C-06-18-393-6-00, approved on April 11, 2018.
Tagged Passions:flooding, intergovernmental, and library

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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 policy was originally approved on 03/01/2006 and later approved by the Board on 12/15/2010 (C-49-11-035-6-00) and revised on 06/27/2018

(C-31-18-054-6-00). (C-31-18-054-6-01)
Tagged Passions:policy

42. RESCIND SALARY ADVANCEMENT POLICY (HR2474)

Tagged Passions:policy

Rescind the Salary Advancement Policy (HR2474). This policy has been combined with the Maricopa County Compensation Policy (HR2470).

Tagged Passions:compensation and policy

The Board of Supervisors is authorized to jointly adopt policies applying to the Special Districts (the Flood Control District of Maricopa County and

the Maricopa County Library District) under the Intergovernmental Agreement, C-06-18-393-6-00, approved on April 11, 2018.
Tagged Passions:flooding, intergovernmental, and library

This policy was originally approved by the Board on 12/15/2010 (C-49-11-034-6-00) and revised on 03/21/2018 (C-31-18-033-6-00). (C-31-18-033-6-01)

Tagged Passions:policy

43. RESCIND RECLASSIFICATION POLICY (HR2478)

Tagged Passions:policy

Rescind the Reclassification Policy (HR2478). This policy has been combined with the Maricopa County Compensation Policy (HR2470).

Tagged Passions:compensation and policy

The Board of Supervisors is authorized to jointly adopt policies applying to the Special Districts (the Flood Control District of Maricopa County and

the Maricopa County Library District) under the Intergovernmental Agreement, C-06-18-393-6-00, approved on April 11, 2018.
Tagged Passions:flooding, intergovernmental, and library

This policy was originally approved by the Board on 10/10/2018 (C-31-19-005-6-00). (C-31-19-005-6-01)

Tagged Passions:policy

44. RESCIND MULTILIGUAL PAY POLICY (HR2477)

Tagged Passions:policy

Rescind the Multilingual Pay Policy (HR2477). This policy has been combined with the Maricopa County Compensation Policy (HR2470).

Tagged Passions:compensation and policy

The Board of Supervisors is authorized to jointly adopt policies applying to the Special Districts (the Flood Control District of Maricopa County and

the Maricopa County Library District) under the Intergovernmental Agreement, C-06-18-393-6-00, approved on April 11, 2018.
Tagged Passions:flooding, intergovernmental, and library

This policy was originally approved by the Board on 12/15/2010 (C-49-11-031-6-00) and revised on 04/11/2012 (C-49-11-031-6-01) and 03/21/2018

(C-31-18-032-6-00). (C-31-18-032-6-01)
Tagged Passions:policy

45. RESCIND MANAGEMENT/PROFESSIONAL ASSIGNMENT POLICY (HR2476)

Tagged Passions:policy

Rescind the Management/Professional Assignment Policy (HR2476). This policy has been combined with the Maricopa County Compensation Policy (HR2470).

Tagged Passions:compensation and policy

The Board of Supervisors is authorized to jointly adopt policies applying to the Special Districts (the Flood Control District of Maricopa County and

the Maricopa County Library District) under the Intergovernmental Agreement, C-06-18-393-6-00, approved on April 11, 2018.
Tagged Passions:flooding, intergovernmental, and library

This policy was originally approved by the Board on 06/27/2018 (C-31-18-055-6-00). (C-31-18-055-6-01)

Tagged Passions:policy

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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.

46. RESCIND EMPLOYEE PAY POLICY (HR2473)

Tagged Passions:policy

Rescind the Employee Pay Policy (HR2473). This policy has been combined with the Maricopa County Compensation Policy (HR2470).

Tagged Passions:compensation and policy

The Board of Supervisors is authorized to jointly adopt policies applying to the Special Districts (the Flood Control District of Maricopa County and

the Maricopa County Library District) under the Intergovernmental Agreement, C-06-18-393-6-00, approved on April 11, 2018.
Tagged Passions:flooding, intergovernmental, and library

This policy was originally approved by the Board on 10/10/2018 (C-31-19-008-6-00). (C-31-19-008-6-01)

Tagged Passions:policy

47. MARICOPA COUNTY COMPENSATION POLICY (FROM B7000 TO HR2470) REVISIONS

Tagged Passions:compensation and policy

Approve the revisions to the Maricopa County Compensation Policy (HR2470) effective August 21, 2019. These revisions remove outdated language, update

definitions, rearrange policy language for consistency with the current policy format, added compensation philosophy and strategy, renumbered it to HR2470, and added language from several policies (Employee Pay, Salary Advancement, Special Work Assignment, Management/Professional Assignments, Multilingual Pay, Reclassifications, and Severance Pay).
Tagged Passions:compensation, strategic, and policy

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

County and the Maricopa County Library District (Special Districts). The Board of Supervisors is authorized to jointly adopt policies applying to the Special Districts under the Intergovernmental Agreement, C-06-18-393-6-00, approved on April 11, 2018.
Tagged Passions:appointments, flooding, policy, intergovernmental, and library

This policy was originally approved by the Board on June 09, 1997 (C-31-97-013-8-01). (C-31-16-002-6-01)

Tagged Passions:policy

48. MARICOPA COUNTY ENTERING AND EDITING TIME WORKED POLICY (HR2418) REVISIONS

Tagged Passions:policy

Approve the revisions to the Maricopa County Entering and Editing Time Worked Policy (HR2418) effective August 21, 2019. These revisions remove

outdated language, update definitions, and rearrange policy language for consistency with the current policy format.
Tagged Passions:policy

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

County and the Maricopa County Library District (Special Districts). The Board of Supervisors is authorized to jointly adopt policies applying to the Special Districts under the Intergovernmental Agreement, C-06-18-393-6-00, approved on April 11, 2018.
Tagged Passions:appointments, flooding, policy, intergovernmental, and library

This policy was originally approved by the Board on May 09, 2012 (C-31-12-007-6-00) and revised on February 06, 2013 (C-31-12-007-6-01).

(C-31-12-007-6-02)
Tagged Passions:policy

49. MARICOPA COUNTY REDUCTION IN FORCE AND FORLOUGH POLICY (HR2403) REVISIONS

Tagged Passions:policy

Approve the revisions to the Maricopa County Reduction in Force and Furlough Policy (HR2403) effective August 21, 2019. These revisions simplify the

process by removing the draft memo process, outline the approval process, and remove outdated language.
Tagged Passions:policy

This Policy applies to all Maricopa County appointed departments as well as the Flood Control District of Maricopa County and the Maricopa County

Library District (Special Districts). The Board of Supervisors is authorized to jointly adopt policies applying to the Special Districts under the Intergovernmental Agreement, C-06-18-393-6-00, approved on April 11, 2018.
Tagged Passions:appointments, flooding, policy, intergovernmental, and library

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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 Policy also applies to County elected offices unless the elected official has implemented a similar policy specific to his or her office.

Tagged Passions:policy

This policy was originally approved in July of 1998 and was revised on May 20, 2009 (C-31-09-014- 6-00), December 9, 2015 (C-31-16-016-6-00), and

October 4, 2017 (C-31-18-008-6-00). (C-31-18-008-6-01)
Tagged Passions:policy

50. MARICOPA COUNTY EXTERNAL RELATIONSHIPS AND ACCEPTANCE OF GIFTS POLICY

Tagged Passions:policy

(A1515) REVISIONS (NOW TITLED ACCEPTANCE OF GIFTS FROM EXTERNAL ENTITIES)

Approve the revisions to the Maricopa County External Relationships and Acceptance of Gifts Policy (A1515) effective August 21, 2019. These revisions

retitle the policy to Acceptance of Gifts from External Entities, remove outdated language, update definitions, and rearrange policy language for consistency with the current policy format.
Tagged Passions:policy

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

Maricopa County Library District (Special Districts). The Board of Supervisors is authorized to jointly adopt policies applying to the Special Districts under the Intergovernmental Agreement, C-06-18-393-6-00, approved on April 11, 2018. This Policy also applies to employees of County elected offices unless the elected official has implemented a similar policy specific to his or her office.
Tagged Passions:appointments, flooding, policy, intergovernmental, and library

This policy was originally approved by the Board on November 14, 2012 (C-49-13-026-6-00). (C-49-13-026-6-01)

Tagged Passions:policy

51. FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE ACT (FMLA) APPROVED LEAVE OF ABSENCE POLICY

Tagged Passions:policy

(HR2413) REVISIONS

Approve the revisions to the Maricopa County Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Approved Leave of Absence Policy (HR2413) effective August 21, 2019.

These revisions update language definitions and rearrange policy language for consistency with the current policy format.
Tagged Passions:policy

This Policy applies to eligible employees of Maricopa County appointed departments as well as the Flood Control District of Maricopa County and the

Maricopa County Library District (Special Districts). The Board of Supervisors is authorized to jointly adopt policies applying to the Special Districts under the Intergovernmental Agreement, C-06-18-393-6-00, approved on April 11, 2018. This Policy also applies to eligible employees of County elected offices unless the elected official has implemented a similar policy specific to his or her office.
Tagged Passions:appointments, flooding, policy, intergovernmental, and library

This policy was approved in 2001 and later approved by the Board on April 24, 2013 (C-31-13-018- 6-00). (C-31-13-018-6-01)

Tagged Passions:policy

52. MARICOPA COUNTY PROHIBITION AGAINST DISCRIMINATION, HARASSMENT, AND

Tagged Passions:discrimination

RETALIATION POLICY (HR2406) REVISIONS

Tagged Passions:policy

Approve the revisions to the Maricopa County Prohibition Against Discrimination, Harassment, and Retaliation Policy (HR2406) effective August 21,

2019. These revisions remove a reference to a policy that no longer exists, update language for consistency throughout the policy, and add policy language for consistency with the current policy format.
Tagged Passions:discrimination and policy

This Policy applies to all employees and volunteers of Maricopa County appointed departments as well as the Flood Control District of Maricopa County

and the Maricopa County Library District (Special Districts). The Board of Supervisors is authorized to jointly adopt policies applying to the Special Districts under the Intergovernmental Agreement, C-06-18-393-6-00, approved on April 11, 2018. This Policy also applies to employees of County elected offices unless the elected official has implemented a similar policy specific to his or her Office.
Tagged Passions:appointments, flooding, policy, intergovernmental, volunteer, and library

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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 policy was originally approved in July of 1998 and subsequently revised in January of 2002 and May 20, 2015 (C-31-15-037-6-00).

(C-31-15-037-6-01)
Tagged Passions:policy

53. MARICOPA COUNTY HOURS WORKED AND OVERTIME POLICY (FROM B7006 TO HR2471)

Tagged Passions:policy

REVISIONS

Approve the revisions to the Maricopa County Hours Worked and Overtime Policy (B7006) effective August 21, 2019. These revisions renumber the policy

to HR2471 in the Human Resources policy series, remove outdated language, update definitions, and rearrange policy language for consistency with the current policy format.
Tagged Passions:policy and human resources

This Policy applies to all employees who are not exempt from the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) in Maricopa County elected offices

and appointed departments as well as the Flood Control District of Maricopa County and the Maricopa County Library District (Special Districts). The Board of Supervisors is authorized to jointly adopt policies applying to the Special Districts under the Intergovernmental Agreement, C-06-18-393-6-00, approved on April 11, 2018.
Tagged Passions:appointments, flooding, policy, intergovernmental, and library

This policy was originally approved by the Board on January 26, 2011 (C-49-11-043-6-00) and revised on September 14, 2011 (C-49-11-043-6-01).

(C-49-11-043-6-02)
Tagged Passions:policy

54. MARICOPA COUNTY HOURS WORKED FOR EXEMPT EMPLOYEES POLICY (FROM B7011

Tagged Passions:policy

TO HR2472) REVISIONS

Approve the revisions to the Maricopa County Hours Worked for Exempt Employees Policy (B7011) effective August 21, 2019. These revisions renumber the

policy to HR2472 in the Human Resources policy series, remove outdated language, update definitions, and rearrange policy language for consistency with the current policy format.
Tagged Passions:policy and human resources

This Policy applies to all employees who are exempt from or not covered by the provisions of the FLSA in Maricopa County appointed departments as

well as the Flood Control District of Maricopa County and the Maricopa County Library District (Special Districts). The Board of Supervisors is authorized to jointly adopt policies applying to the Special Districts under the Intergovernmental Agreement, C-06-18-393-6-00, approved on April 11, 2018. This Policy does not apply to exempt employees who do not earn paid leave or who are involved in a furlough. This Policy also applies to County elected offices unless the elected official has implemented a similar policy specific to his or her office.
Tagged Passions:appointments, flooding, policy, intergovernmental, and library

This policy was originally approved by the Board on April 27, 2011 (C-49-11-054-6-00). (C-49-11-054-6-01)

Tagged Passions:policy

Human Services - Servicios Humanos

Tagged Passions:services

55. AGREEMENT WITH TEMPE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 3 AND THE CITY OF

Tagged Passions:education

TEMPE

Approve an Intergovernmental Agreement with Tempe Elementary School District No. 3 ( District ) and the City of Tempe ( City ) and Maricopa County (

County ) administered by its Human Services Department Early Education Division. The purpose of the Agreement is to establish a collaboration between the Parties that will address expanding high-quality pre-school in the City of Tempe and the District s boundaries. The County will provide funding that will help to increase instructional annual hours for enrolled Head Start children.
Tagged Passions:funding, preschool, services, education, poverty, family services, and intergovernmental

The District will provide high quality early education to children, at no cost to families of Head Start eligible program participants.

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

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

The City will provide additional Pre-K scholarships with extended hours up to a 10-hour day. In addition to funding, the County will ensure Office of

Head Start ( OHS ) performance measures and program requirements are incorporated into the District s classroom. The County shall provide 133,120 for program activities.
Tagged Passions:funding, preschool, program, performance, poverty, and family services

The Agreement term is August 12, 2019 through June 30, 2020 and shall be effective upon approval and signature by all Parties.

Under this Agreement, 20 children ages 3 to 5 will benefit from receiving Head Start program services and activities to prepare children for starting

school.
Tagged Passions:preschool, services, program, education, poverty, and family services

Funding for this Agreement is provided by a grant from the US Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families Office

of Head Start (09CH010385/C-22-16-011- G). This item does not impact the County Budget. Supervisory District: 1 (C-22-20-005-3-00)
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, budget, preschool, services, poverty, and family services

56. AMENDMENT TO LEASE AGREEMENT WITH FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF MESA

Tagged Passions:leasing and church

Approve and authorized the Chairman to executed Amendment No. 3 to Lease Agreement L-7454 with First United Methodist Church of Mesa, Arizona (FUMC),

an Arizona non-profit corporation, (Lessor).
Tagged Passions:leasing and church

Amendment No. 3 will allow the County to reimburse Lessor for one half the cost of replacement of water heater that is in a classroom that is

utilized by the Maricopa County Head Start program at the FUMC located at 15 E. 1st Avenue, Mesa, AZ. The one-time cost to the County will be 365.60. The amendment will also update County Notice address and provide a County administrative contact to Lessor. All other terms and conditions in the lease remain the same.
Tagged Passions:leasing, preschool, utility, Utility, program, water, poverty, and family services

The expenditures for this Amendment shall funded through the grant provided by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Head Start Program

(C-22-16-011-G). This agreement does not impact the County General Funds.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, preschool, services, program, poverty, and family services

The current term of the Agreement is through May 30, 2021. Supervisory District: 2 (C-22-15-001-1-04)

57. AMENDMENT TO LEASE AGREEMENT WITH FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF MESA

Tagged Passions:leasing and church

Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute Amendment No. 11 to Lease Agreement L-7271 with First Presbyterian Church of Mesa, an Arizona

non-profit corporation (Lessor), located at 161 N. Mesa Drive, Mesa, AZ.
Tagged Passions:leasing and church

Amendment No. 11 will allow the County to reimburse Lessor for the cost of replacement of a security panic button remote and associated reprograming

costs, utilized by the Maricopa County Head Start program. The one-time cost to the County will be 152.33.
Tagged Passions:preschool, security, program, poverty, and family services

The expenditures for this Amendment shall funded through the grant provided by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Head Start Program

(C-22-16-011-G). This agreement does not impact the County General Funds.
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, health, preschool, services, program, poverty, and family services

The current term of the Agreement is through September 30, 2020. Supervisory District: 2 (C-22-99-134-4-11)

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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.

58. AMENDMENT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT WITH FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH

Tagged Passions:church and license

Approve and authorize the Chairman to execute Amendment No. 2 ( Amendment ) to Revocable License Agreement P-50335 (the Agreement ) with First

Christian Church of Mesa, Incorporated (Church) for use of Church playground at 805 N. Country Club Drive, Mesa for Human Services, Head Start use.
Tagged Passions:preschool, services, church, parks, license, poverty, and family services

Also request to delegate authority to Deputy County Manager or Director of Maricopa County Real Estate Department to provide 30 days written notice

to terminate the Agreement.
Tagged Passions:administrator and manager

The Amendment will continue the use from July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020.

The term extension for use is necessary as the Human Services leased property located next door (L-7478, C-22-18-045-1-00) is undergoing playground

renovation that has had unanticipated delays and a completion date is not yet known. Termination of the Agreement is anticipated once the renovation is complete.
Tagged Passions:leasing, services, parks, and property

There is no cost to the County for the playground use. Either Party may terminate the Agreement with a 30-days prior written notice to the other.

Supervisory District: 2 (C-22-19-017-L-02)
Tagged Passions:parks

59. AMENDMENT TO IGA WITH ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC SECURITY FOR

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WORKFORCE INNOVATION AND OPPORTUNITY ACT ACTIVITIES

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Approve Amendment No. 1 to the financial Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between Arizona Department of Economic Security (DES) (DI19-002202) and

Maricopa County administered by its Human Services Department (HSD) Workforce Development Division. The purpose of the Amendment is for the County to continue to administer Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Title I (WIOA) program activities in Maricopa County, excluding the City of Phoenix.
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The Amendment addresses the following: 1. Increases Program Year 2018/Fiscal Year 2019 (PY18/FY19) funding by 38,008. 2. Provide PY19/FY20 funding in

the amount of 16,627,952. 3. The total Amendment amount is 16,665,960. 4. The reimbursement ceiling for the Agreement shall now be increased from 14,151,506 to 30,817,466.
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DES has contracted with the County for WIOA program activities since 2014 on an annual reoccurring, non-competitive basis. The DES has contracted

with the County for more than 24 years, which includes previous federal legislative iterations.
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The period of availability for PY18/FY19 funding is April 1, 2018 through June 30, 2020. The period of availability for PY19/FY20 is April 1, 2019

through June 30, 2021.
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Funding expenditure time frames vary and are dependent upon the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) WIOA Title I assigned to the funding:

Adult-CFDA 17.258 4,434,465; Youth- CFDA 17.259 4,860,041; Dislocated Worker/RR-CFDA 17.278 7,371,454.
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Funds under this Agreement are provided by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Title I federal program from the U.S. Department of

Labor. As such, the funds are subject to all the provisions of Public Law 113-128 as well as any guidance issued by the U.S. Department of Labor and DES.
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The Human Services Department utilizes the provisional indirect rate of 22.2 by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for salaries and

employee related expenses. The total Amendment funds are 16,665,960 of which 5,277,484 is for salaries and benefits. The total estimated indirect costs are 1,171,601 and fully recoverable.
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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 Agreement does not require in-kind or cash match contributions, and no future or on-going contributions are required after the Agreement ends.

Services provided under this Agreement, are not a mandated function, but provides a benefit to Maricopa County residents by providing career and

training opportunities, assistance to job seekers, youth, and to employers that need to fill vacancies. Services help to establish a stronger workforce in the local area. Maricopa County, outside the city of Phoenix, is a designated Local Workforce Development Area (LWDA) as designated by the Governor of Arizona. The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors are the designated chief elected officials for this Agreement.
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Grant revenues are not local revenues for the purpose of the constitutional expenditure limitation, and therefore, expenditure of the revenues is not

prohibited by the budget law. This Agreement does not alter the budget constraining expenditures of local revenues duly adopted by the board pursuant to A.R.S. 42 -17105. The overall grant budget will be adjusted as necessary to accommodate the agreement funding through a future reconciliation. This Amendment does not impact County funds. Supervisory District: All (C-22-19-002-3-01)
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60. GRANT FUNDS FROM THE KRESGE FOUNDATION

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Approve the receipt of grant funds from The Kresge Foundation (R-1901-277573) for the Maricopa County s Driving Systems Change Through 2Gen

Family-Centered Approaches Project ( Project ). The Project activities will be administered by the Human Services Department. Receipt of the Grant requires the execution of a Grant Agreement between Maricopa County and The Kresge Foundation. The Agreement term begins on August 1, 2019 through November 30, 2021. Funding for the grant is 500,000 and shall be provided over 2 fiscal years (FY2020 and FY2021) in increments of 250,000.
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Also request authorization for Bruce Liggett, Human Services Department Director to electronically sign and submit the Grant Agreement through The

Kresge Foundation DocuSign process.
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The Grant was awarded through a competitive process and does not require In-kind or match funds. The Project activities shall include the creation

and implementation of organizational action plans to advance and accelerate social and economic mobility for Human Services Department clients using a two-generation, whole-family approach.
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The Human Services Department will be utilizing the provisional indirect rate of 22.2 by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for FY2020

for salaries and employee related expenses. The total Grant award amount is 500,000 of which 0 is for salaries and ERE. The total estimated indirect costs are 0.
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The Human Services Department submitted a grant application to The Kresge Foundation for funding of the Project, no future or ongoing contributions

are required at the end of the Grant period.
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The activities and services to be provided under this Grant are not a mandated function but provides benefits to citizens by advancing the social and

economic mobility of children and families with low incomes.
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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 Grant award does not alter the budget constraining expenditures of local revenues duly adopted by the Board pursuant to A.R.S. 42-17105. The overall budget will be adjusted as necessary to accommodate the grant funding through a future reconciliation.
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Acceptance of the grant funds will not impact the County General Fund. Supervisory District: All (C-22-20-006-G-00)

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Procurement Services - Servicios de Adquisiciones

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61. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY VALUATION SOFTWARE AND SERVICES (15055-CI)

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Approve the two (2) year renewal of this Competition Impracticable and increase the contract value by 245,000 from 402,635 to 647,635.

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This Contract provides a subscription service for commercial property valuation software and services. The Assessor uses this contract to determine

commercial property valuations.
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It is requested by the ASSESSOR S OFFICE that the Board of Supervisors approve the renewal for the contract effective day of September 1, 2019

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Costar Realty Information Inc. (C-73-20-004-3-00)

62. CONTRACT FOR PEANUT BUTTER (190255-C)

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Approve the contract for an award at an amount of 1,500,000 over initial two (2) years until August 31, 2021 with three (3) one-year renewal options.

The effective date of the contract will be September 1, 2019. The purpose of the contract is to provide to Maricopa County Sheriff s Office (MCSO) Food Factory with Peanut Butter for its inmate population.
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It is requested by the MCSO that the Board of Supervisors approve the subject award to the Lowest Priced Responsive and Responsible Bidders as

recommended.
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1st call 35 lb. Pail; 50 lb. Pail and 3oz Package, JNSFOODS LLC 2nd call 35 lb. Pail Jimbo's Jumbos (HB Parnell Bo.) 2nd call 3oz Package, National

Foods Group, Inc. (C-73-20-003-3-00)

63. EMPLOYEE WELLNESS SERVICES (190168-RFP)

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Approve the contract for award at an amount of 5,000,000 over the initial three (3) years, ten (10) months until June 30, 2023 with six (6) one-year

renewal options. The effective date of the contract will be September 1, 2019. The purpose of the contract is to provide to Maricopa County with employee wellness services.
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Virgin Pulse, Inc. (C-73-20-002-3-00)

Public Health - Salud P blica

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64. AFFILIATION AGREEMENT WITH DESTINY SPRINGS HEALTHCARE, LLC

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Approve the Affiliation Agreement with Destiny Springs Healthcare, LLC to provide clinical nutrition training experience for graduate students in the

dietetic internship. The agreement is non-financial, and the term is to be from August 1, 2019 through June 30, 2024.
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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 DSHC will allow dietetic interns to continue to receive approved practicum experience in clinical nutrition. Supervised by DSHC registered dietitians in DSHC facilities, interns would continue to be responsible to Public Health. This agreement is non-financial, and does not affect the County general fund. (C-86-20-004-3-00)
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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.

65. AMENDMENT TO CONTRACT WITH THE CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION FOR TECHNICAL SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF TUBERCULOSIS EPIDEMIOLOGIC STUDIES

CONSORTIUM
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Approve an amendment to Contract Award 200-2011-41279/0001 between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Maricopa County by and

through its Department of Public Health (MCDPH), Clinical Services, to provide additional funding for research and support of the CDC s Tuberculosis Epidemiologic Studies Consortium (TBESC) program. This work aims to improve diagnosis and treatment of Latent TB Infection (LTBI). Option year 9 increases the total funded amount of this contract by 325,002 from 2,576,614.59 to 2,901,616.59 for the performance period September 29, 2019 through September 28, 2020.
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This grant award is reoccurring and has been awarded to the department for a number of years. There is no cash or in-kind match required and indirect

cost is fully recoverable. In the event the grant is discontinued, ongoing cash contributions may be required as this is a mandated function. The grant award is non-competitive. There are no costs that will need to be absorbed by the department s operating budget.
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The Department of Public Health s indirect rate for FY2019-20 is 19.2 . Indirect costs are estimated at 52,349.00, which are fully recoverable.

Departmental indirect rates are reestablished at the beginning of each fiscal year and the future indirect rates will be collected at the corresponding rates.
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Grant revenues are not local revenues for the purpose of the constitutional expenditure limitation, and therefore expenditure of the revenues is not

prohibited by the budget law. This Agreement does not alter the budget constraining expenditures of local revenues duly adopted by the Board pursuant to A.R.S. 42-17105. The overall grant budget will be adjusted as necessary to accommodate this grant through a future reconciliation. Funds for this Agreement are provided by the CDC and do not affect the County s general fund. (C-86-12-028-3-04)
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66. AMENDMENT TO IGA WITH PINAL COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT DBA

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CENTRAL ARIZONA COLLEGE FOR ON-LINE COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

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Withdraw item C-86-16-109-3-03 approved 6/26/2019 and approve this revised Amendment 3 to Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between Pinal County

Community College District dba Central Arizona College (CAC) and Maricopa County by and through its Department of Public Health (MCDPH) for CAC to continue the on-line Community Health Worker (CHW) certificate internship program. The CHW certificate program is intended to increase the number of trained CHWs in Maricopa County with the intent to improve health literacy within low-income communities resulting in better health outcomes. The following changes to the IGA are:
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3. Agreement Amount: increased by the not to exceed amount of 15,000.00 for budget period August 11, 2019 through August 10, 2020 for an IGA total

not-to-exceed amount of 75,708;
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6. Expiration Date: extend the Expiration Date to August 10, 2020;

SECTION III, 5. RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE COUNTY C. Tuition assistance for up to 6 interns per academic year. Disbursement payments will be paid

directly to the educational institution (CAC) and applied toward CHW Certificate Program completion and related expenses including enrollment, tuition, lab fees, etc. Four (4) disbursements will be made toward student certificates of completion. Tuition assistance will be disbursed by the following dates:
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Semester: Disbursement Date:

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Fall 2019 October 30, 2019 Spring 2020 March 30, 2020 Summer 2020 June 30, 2020 Summer 2020 June 30, 2020

D. Assistance includes the purchase of official coursework textbooks for each intern. E. Assistance may include approximately 500 to be used for

course related expenses.
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SECTION IV, 1. COMPENSATION

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A. The Contractor shall submit a detailed invoice as outlined: a. Fall 2019 no later than October 15, 2019 b. Spring 2020 no later than March 15,

2020 c. Summer 2020 (X2) no later than July 15, 2020

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

This program is funded through the Healthy People, Healthy Communities IGA, ADHS16-102232 (formerly ADHS15-094977), approved June 24, 2015 as

C-86-15-112-3-00. (C-86-16-109-3-04)
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67. AMENDMENT TO RFP CONTRACT WITH FALCON PRACTICE MANAGEMENT, LLC FOR

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BILLING OUTSOURCING SERVICES

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Approve an Amendment No. 4 to the RFP Contract between Falcon Practice Management, LLC and Maricopa County by and through its Department of Public

Health (MCDPH). Procurement rules require a new RFP be issued at this time. In order to allow for that, approve an extension of three (3) months to the term of the Agreement.
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1. Contract Term:

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1.1 This Contract is extended for a term of three (3) months, beginning on the 8th day of September, 2019 and ending the 7th day of December, 2019.

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The BAA remains effective and a part of this contract.

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All other terms and conditions of the original contract and all amendments shall remain in full force and effect.

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Falcon Practice Management, LLC, was a successful respondent to PH RFP contract 15-003 on September 11, 2014. (C-86-15-029-3-04)

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68. AMENDMENT TO IGA WITH PEORIA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR SCHOOL-BASED

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TOBACCO USE PREVENTION AND EDUCATION SERVICES - STAND

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Approve an amendment to the Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between Peoria Unified School District and Maricopa County by and through its

Department of Public Health (MCDPH) to continue to provide school-based Tobacco Use Prevention and Education Services; Students Taking A New Direction (STAND). Funding is in the not-to-exceed amount of 2,500 for the budget period beginning July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020 and a total not-to-exceed amount of 9,000.00 for the budget term August 1, 2016 through June 30, 2020.
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In addition:

I. ATTACHMENT B is revised

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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 and conditions of the original contract and its amendments shall remain in full force and effect. (C-86-17-041-3-03)

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

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EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PROGRAM

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Approve a retro-active fixed-price Amendment 6 to Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) Agreement No. ADHS17-133194, Emergency Preparedness Program (EPP)

between Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) and Maricopa County by and through its Department of Public Health (MCDPH), EPP, Office of Preparedness and Response (OPR). Additional funding is provided to enhance the readiness of local health departments by participating in activities that advance and document progress. Pursuant to Terms and Conditions, Provision 6. Contract Changes, Section 6.1 Amendments, Purchase Orders and Changes Orders,
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1.1 The Scope of Work is revised to add the Scope of Work of this Amendment Six (6); 1.2 The Contract Price Sheet is revised to include the Price

sheet of this Amendment Six (6); 1.3 Attachment A (Deliverables Guidance) is added to the Scope of Work of this Amendment Six (6).
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The retro-active status is due to recent receipt of the amendment.

The Price Sheet is in the amount of 2,757,835 of which 10, 257 is for the budget period from July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2020. The remaining

2,747,578 is for the budget period July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. The IGA term began July 1, 2016 and terminates June 30, 2021.
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Maricopa County Department of Public Health s Indirect Rate for FY2019-20 is 19.2 . The indirect costs are estimated at 444,215, which is fully

recoverable. Departmental indirect rates are reestablished at the beginning of each fiscal year and the future indirect rates will be collected at the corresponding rates.
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This award is reoccurring and has been awarded to the department in previous years. Indirect cost is fully recoverable and ongoing cash contributions

are not required. The grant award is not a mandated function but provides a benefit to the citizens by strengthening the readiness of the community, to prepare for, respond to, and recover from a public health emergency and/or disaster. The grant award is non-competitive. 10 in-kind or soft match is required. Maricopa County accomplishes this through the use of general funded employees, professional and outside service contracts, epidemiological data software and warehouse space.
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Costs not covered by the grant would be absorbed by the department s indirect cost pool.

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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-86-16-112-3-06)
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70. PURCHASE ORDER FOR IGA WITH ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES FOR

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PROP 201 SMOKE FREE ARIZONA MARICOPA COUNTY

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Approve a Purchase Order for Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA), Contract No. ADHS18-175355, Prop 201 Smoke Free Arizona Maricopa County between

Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) and Maricopa County through its Department of Public Health (MCDPH), Office of Worksite Health Innovation to provide continued funding for PROP 201 Education and Compliance Activities Program. The Program provides an education component and responds to written, on-line, and telephone complaints or other means of communication directly received from the public as
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provided in the County delegation authority. The PO is in the not-to-exceed amount 859,382 for the budget period from July 1, 2019 through June 30,

2020. The IGA term is from July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2022.
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The Department of Public Health s indirect rate for FY 2019-20 is 19.2 . Indirect costs are fully recoverable in the amount of 138,424. Departmental

indirect rates are reestablished at the beginning of each fiscal year and the future indirect rates will be collected at the corresponding rates.
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This grant award is reoccurring and has been awarded to the department in previous years. There is no cash or in-kind match requirement and indirect

costs are fully recoverable. Ongoing cash contributions are not required. The grant award is not a mandated function but provides a benefit to the citizens by delivering community based tobacco cessation and prevention programs. The grant award is non-competitive. There are no costs that will need to be absorbed by the department s operating budget.
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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. (C-86-18-001-3-02)
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71. APPLY AND ACCEPT GRANT FUNDS FROM HEALTH SERVICE AND RESOURCES

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ADMINISTRATION FOR LIFE SAVING MEDICAL AND SUPPORT SERVICES

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Approve the application and acceptance of grant funds from Health Services and Resources Administration (HRSA) in the not-to-exceed amount of

10,566,291 for the purpose of providing continued lifesaving medical and support services to people living with HIV/AIDS. Authorize the Board Chairman to sign all documents related to these grant funds, as applicable. The new award period begins on March 1, 2020 and ends on February 28, 2021.
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The grant award is reoccurring and has been awarded to the department for many years. It is a competitive grant opportunity and there is no cash or

in-kind match required. This is not a mandated service but provides a benefit to our citizens with the provision of health related and support services for up to 4500 People Living with HIV/AIDS. Should the grant cease, on-going contributions should not be required.
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The grant allows for the full indirect rate of 19.2 . Indirect cost is estimated to be 268,956, all of which is recoverable. All program costs are

allocated to the grant so there will be no additional burden on the department s operating budget.
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Grant revenues are not local revenues for the purpose of the constitutional expenditure limitation, and therefore, expenditure of the funds is not

prohibited by the budget law. Approval of this action does not alter the budget constraining the expenditure of local revenues duly adopted by the Board pursuant to A.R.S. 42-17105. (C-86-20-005-3-00)
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Real Estate - Bienes Ra ces

72. TERMINATION OF MOU AND IGA WITH CITY OF PHOENIX

Approve the Termination of Memorandum of Understanding and Intergovernmental Agreement between the City of Phoenix and Maricopa County (Termination)

and authorize the Chairman to execute all documents associated with the Termination. This item is located in Supervisor District 5.
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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.

In furtherance of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), the City of Phoenix and County entered into an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA), for the

purchase and sale of real property in downtown Phoenix. The IGA, known as City Contract 126696 (C18-09-033-8-00), which was recorded on August 17, 2009 in the Maricopa County Recorder s Office (MCR) as Document No. 20090763325, as amended by an unrecorded Amendment No. 1 to the IGA (C18-09-033-8-01), which was dated April 13, 2011, and Amendment No. 2 to the IGA, known as City Contract 126696-2 (C18-09-033-8- 02), which was dated December 10, 2014, and recorded on January 7, 2015 in the MCR as Document 20150008077. The purchase and sale transactions set forth in the IGA, as amended, have been completed and this agenda will terminate the IGAs upon full execution of the Termination.
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This item is associated with Agenda Item C-18-08-058-3-01 which includes information about the MOU that is also being terminated. (C-18-09-033-8-03)

73. TERMINATION OF MOU AND IGA WITH CITY OF PHOENIX

Approve Termination of Memorandum of Understanding and Intergovernmental Agreement between the City of Phoenix and Maricopa County (Termination) and

authorize the Chairman to execute all documents associated with the Termination. This item is located in Supervisor District 5.
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The City of Phoenix and County entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), known as City Contract 124184 (C18-08-058-3-00), which was recorded

on March 12, 2009 in the Office of the Maricopa County Recorder as Document No. 20090220674, for the purchase and sale of real property in downtown Phoenix. The purchase and sale transactions set forth in the MOU have been completed and this action will terminate the MOU upon full execution of the Termination.
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This item is associated with Agenda Item C-18-09-033-8-03 which includes information about the IGA and IGA amendments that are also being terminated.

(C-18-08-058-3-01)

Transportation - Transportaci n

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74. CERTIFICATION ACCEPTANCE AGREEMENT WITH ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF

TRANSPORTATION

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Approve the Certification Acceptance Agreement between the State of Arizona, acting by and through the Arizona Department of Transportation, and

Maricopa County.
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The purpose of this action is to approve the subject Agreement, which delegates authority to the County for design, plans, specifications, estimates,

contract awards, and inspections of federal-aid highway projects. Under this Agreement, the County is required to adhere to applicable federal and state laws and regulations, responsibilities and requirements set forth by the Federal Highway Administration and the Arizona Department of Transportation. The County must also maintain appropriate processes, conduct an appropriate project development and delivery program, retain appropriate staff, keep proper records, and meet all other applicable state and federal requirements associated with federally funded highway projects. Supervisory District No. 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 (C-64-20-036-M-00)
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75. CHANGE ORDER TO CONTRACT WITH STANLEY CONSULTANTS, INC. FOR ADDITIONAL

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DESIGN

Approve Change Order No. 12 for 76,564.96 with Stanley Consultants (Contract 2013-041) for additional design services and post design services for

Northern Parkway - Dysart to 111th Avenue project. The existing contract duration is sufficient to provide these services.
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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.

Previous change orders brought the cumulative change order amount to greater than one million dollars and therefore this subsequent change order

requires Board of Supervisors approval. The proposed change order adds post design services to the contract, and also addresses the updates to the design. Supervisory District No. 4 (C-64-18-077-5-01)
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76. 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. D23630 (JRW)

Project : TT0011 Thunderbird Blvd. 105 th Avenue Assessor s

Parcel : 200-84-030-Y Traffic Signal Installation and Maintenance Easement Sun Health Services for the sum of 1.00.

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B. D22727-2 (WJ)

Project : TT0367 El Mirage Road (Northern to Peoria) Assessor s Parcel : 501-45-014N Drainage Easement Joe and Tonya Richardson for the sum of

32,785.00.
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C. DD10871 (PM)

Project : TT0011 24 th Street at La Verna Way Assessor s Parcel

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: 211-69-041G Roadway Desert Hills Properties

(C-06-20-063-7-00)

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS - JUNTA DE SUPERVISORES

Board of Supervisors - Junta de Supervisores

77. APPOINTMENT AND RESIGNATION TO THE CORRECTIONS OFFICERS RETIREMENT PLAN

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