Mayor John Giles Vice Mayor Mark Freeman - District 1
Councilmember Jeremy Whittaker - District 2 Councilmember Francisco Heredia - District 3
Councilmember Jennifer Duff - District 4 Councilmember David Luna - District 5
Councilmember Kevin Thompson - District 6
Meeting Agenda - Tentative
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This purchase will provide furniture including chairs and desks for the eight new study/meeting rooms and couches, benches, stools, desks, tables and
other fixtures throughout the second-floor lobby and plaza area. This purchase is one part of the remodel project which moves the computers and adult area completely upstairs and allows for the redevelopment of the downstairs to a more family and kid friendly space.
This project will enhance the existing fire station alerting system to include additional color-coded display devices and additional message boards.
The system has demonstrated reductions in response times, providing citizens of these communities unparalleled protection, saving lives and property. The Phoenix G2 Alerting standard has been adopted by the Phoenix Fire Department and allows Mesa and Phoenix to enter into Interoperability Agreements / Mutual Aid Agreements to provide better service and protection to these communities.
This contract will provide replacement batteries and remote battery management systems per specifications for traffic signal systems. Batteries
supply DC power to the traffic signal cabinet in the event of a power outage. Remote battery management systems provide a real-time evaluation of the battery health such as voltages, temperatures and internal battery resistance.
This contract will provide streetlight and traffic signal poles, mast arms and anchor bolts per specifications to maintain over 42,000 City
streetlights and traffic signals, signs, detection equipment and other equipment necessary for signalized intersections. This contract will be used for the maintenance/replacement of existing equipment and the construction of new traffic signalized intersections and smaller in-house projects.
The Business Services and Transportation Departments, and Purchasing recommend awarding the contract to the lowest, responsive, and responsible
bidders of each Group: Markins Enterprise, LLC, dba Halo Structural Products; Cem-Tec Corporation; Southwest Fabrication, LLC; and Valmont Industries, Inc.; at 833,000 annually, with an annual increase allowance of up to 5 , or the adjusted Producer Price Index.
This contract provides for the installation of new and the maintenance/replacement of existing traffic signal loops for Transportation s Intelligent
Transportation Operations group. Loop detectors are required for vehicle detection and traffic signal timing to move vehicles efficiently through intersections. Work includes barricade set-up, saw-cutting and traffic loop installation.
19-1042 Approving and authorizing the City Manager to enter into an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) with City of Tempe to provide mutual back-up
ambulance services. This IGA will allow City of Mesa and City of Tempe to provide back-up ambulance services across Certificate of Necessity boundaries between the two cities, upon request, when additional ambulances may be needed in each service area. (Citywide)
19-1027 ZON19-00365 (District 6) Within the 9600 through 9700 blocks of East Hampton Avenue (north side). Located south of Southern Avenue on the
west side of Crismon Road (3.8 acres). Rezone from RS-43 to RM-2-PAD; and Site Plan Review. This request will allow for a multiple-residence development. Brennan Ray, Burch Cracchiolo, applicant; Off Crismon Properties, LLC, owner.
Staff Recommendation: Approval with conditions P Z Board Recommendation: Approval with conditions (Vote: 4-2)
19-1028 ZON19-00440 (District 2) 1728 South Greenfield Road. Located south of the US 60-Superstition Freeway and west of Greenfield Road (7.2 acres).
Rezone from Light Industrial (LI) with a Council Use Permit (CUP) to Limited Commercial (LC) with a Council Use Permit for a pawn shop; and Site Plan Review. This request will allow a pawn shop within an existing group commercial center. RKAA Architects, applicant; HH-Greenfield Gateway LLC, owner.
19-0983 ZON18-00687 (District 5) Within the 1600 through the 1800 blocks of North Higley Road (east side) and 5200 through the 5300 blocks of East
McLellan Road (north side). Located south of McKellips Road on the east side of Higley Road (21 acres). Modification of an approved PAD and associated conditions of approval. This request will allow amendment to the existing landscaping requirements. Villas at Alta Mesa Property Owner s Association, applicant; Multiple Owners.