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Meeting Name: Board of Supervisors Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 8/7/2018 9:00 AM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Board of Supervisors' Hearing Room
Published agenda: Agenda and Addendum Agenda and Addendum Published minutes: Summaries Summaries  
Attachments:
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File ID 9166 15. Agenda ItemPresentation honoring Community Services, Training and Education Director Charles Casey for his 33 years of outstanding service to Pima County. (District 2)   Not Available
File ID 9175 16. Agenda ItemCarnegie Medal of Honor Certificate Sheriff Mark Napier to present a Carnegie Medal of Honor Certificate to Sergeant Brian Kunze for his heroic rescue of an elderly bed-ridden woman from a home explosion and fire. Sergeant Kunze is one of 19 U.S. heroes to be so honored this year. (District 5)   Not Available
File ID 9155 17. Agenda ItemPresentation of a proclamation to Tracy Koslowski, Drexel Heights Fire District; Susan Kinkade, Banner UMC; Jessica Nolte, Tucson Fire Department; and Grant Bourguet and Jodi Layton, Pima County Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation, proclaiming the month of August 2018 to be: "DROWNING IMPACT AWARENESS MONTH"   Not Available
File ID 9174 18. Agenda ItemPresentation of a proclamation to Sabrina Cortez, Tucson Office Program Manager, Arizona Department of Economic Security, proclaiming the month of August 2018 to be: "CHILD SUPPORT AWARENESS MONTH"   Not Available
File ID 9209 19. Agenda ItemPresentation of a proclamation to Betty Villegas, Tucson-Pima County Historical Commission, proclaiming the month of August and the day of Monday, August 20, 2018 to be: "THE 243RD ANNIVERSARY OF THE CITY OF TUCSON"   Not Available
File ID 9168 111. Agenda ItemPursuant to A.R.S. §38-431.03(A) (3), for legal advice regarding the Pima County Attorney’s Office’s representation of Pima County in civil matters.   Not Available
File ID 9244 13. Addendum Pursuant to A.R.S. §38-431.03(A) (3) and (4), for legal advice and direction regarding how the Pima County Attorney’s Office distributes attorney-client privileged communications to the Board of Supervisors, including whether the Board should adopt a uniform policy regarding such distributions.   Not Available
File ID 9179 112. Agenda ItemFloodprone Land Acquisition Program RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - FC5, of the Flood Control District Board of Directors, authorizing the Pima County Attorney to condemn real property or real property interests for flood control purposes in Section 22, T12S, R13E, G&SRM, Pima County, Arizona. (District 1)   Not Available
File ID 9181 113. Agenda ItemExtension of Easement Southwest Gas Corporation has requested an extension of an easement across Pima County Flood Control District owned property lying within Section 18, T14S, R14E, G&SRM, Pima County, Arizona, $100.00 revenue and $1,200.00 reimbursement for appraisal fee. (District 2)   Not Available
File ID 9229 114. Agenda ItemSurplus Property Staff requests approval to sell surplus property consisting of a main house containing approximately 1,704 square feet with horse facilities on 1.741 acres of land, located at 4700 E. Calle Chueca, Tax Parcel No. 109-24-0200, by auction to the highest bidder. (District 1)   Not Available
File ID 9086 116. Agenda ItemUNFINISHED BUSINESS (6/19/18) Updated Status and Discussion Regarding Golden Pins Bowling Alley Updated status and discussion of all items discovered, recommended actions/responses conducted during any portion of the 45-day inspection period (a/k/a due diligence period) in connection with the purchase of the Golden Pins bowling alley, and as outlined in the Acquisition Agreement, Sec. 3. Inspection and Access, and Sec. 5.4 Objection Notice, and with said Acquisition Agreement approved by the Board of Supervisors on May 15, 2018, including, but not limited to: · Full property inspection · Updated property appraisal including results of asbestos testing and other conditions which can impact the appraised value of the property · Preliminary title report · Insurance claim report · Physical information including: structural/physical; electrical; plumbing; mechanical; environmental; parking/landscaping; renovation and capital repair reports; and · Other inspection reports, as deemed necessary (District 1)   Not Available
File ID 9176 117. Agenda ItemDiscussion/Action/Vote A. Discussion/Vote to discuss County Administrator Huckelberry’s July 12, 2018 memorandum re “World View Incident Investigation Report” including attachments pertaining to the Hydrogen Balloon explosion which occurred at the Pima County Taxpayer owned Space Port operated by World View on December 19, 2017. B. Action requested on the list of concerns identified in Supervisor Miller’s memorandum dated July 18, 2018, regarding the December 19, 2017 World View Explosion. (District 1)   Not Available
File ID 9165 118. Agenda ItemRevision to Board of Supervisors Policy Staff requests approval of the proposed revision to Board of Supervisors Policy No. C2.7, Prohibiting Weapons in Pima County Facilities and Vehicles.   Not Available
File ID 9187 119. Agenda ItemUse of Pima County Attorney’s Anti-racketeering Funds for Outside Agency Requests Staff recommends agencies apply for funding through the County’s Outside Agency Review Committee and that $70,500.00 be made available through the County Attorney from the County Attorney’s Anti-racketeering Fund for forensics evaluation related to strangulation, domestic violence and sexual assault incidents.   Not Available
File ID 9203 120. Agenda ItemFinal Plat Without Assurances P18FP00017, The Academy Village, Lots 239-251, Common Areas A & C of MP 50084 with no new infrastructure. (District 4)   Not Available
File ID 9216 121. Agenda ItemAmended Board of Adjustment Rules & Procedure Staff requests adoption of the amended Pima County Boards of Adjustment; Uniform Rules of Procedure.   Not Available
File ID 9178 122. Agenda ItemUSDA Section 533 Housing Preservation Grant RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - 45, of the Board of Supervisors, for the pre-application for and, if awarded, acceptance of United States Department of Agriculture Section 533 Rural Housing Preservation Grant Funds.   Not Available
File ID 9217 123. Agenda ItemPima County Healthcare Benefits Trust Board Staff recommends the following: A. Amendment to the current Pima County Healthcare Benefits Trust Document removing Section 3.12 - Compensation of Individual Trustees, for members appointed after July 1, 2018. B. Appointments of Dr. Francisco Garcia, Keith Dommer and Daisy Jenkins, replacing Allyn Bulzomi, Neil R. West, Patricia Taylor and Janet Marcott. Term expirations: 8/6/21. (County Administrator recommendations) C. Appointment of Ellen Wheeler effective January 1, 2019. Term expiration: 12/31/22. (County Administrator recommendation)   Not Available
File ID 9180 124. Agenda ItemAbandonment by Sale RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - 46, of the Board of Supervisors, directing County staff to proceed with Abandoning by Sale all public roads within Tucson Country Club Estates Nos. 1, 2 and 3, and Sunset North Subdivisions, and a portion of Camino Principal located within El Principal (The “Subdivisions”). (District 4)   Not Available
File ID 9195 125. Agenda ItemAcceptance of Donation of Real Property from Daniel K. Wong RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - 47, of the Board of Supervisors, accepting a donation of a 45 acre parcel of undeveloped real property from Daniel K. Wong, and designating the donation parcel as part of the County Parks System, General Fund, contract amount $2,500.00/$7,452.00 revenue (CT-PW-19-38)   Not Available
File ID 9230 126. Agenda ItemCondemnation RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - 48, of the Board of Supervisors, authorizing the Pima County Attorney to condemn real property interests where necessary for Tanque Verde Road at Tanque Verde Loop Road intersection improvements in Section 31, T13S, R16E, G&SRM, Pima County, Arizona. (District 2 4)   Not Available
File ID 9033 127. Agenda ItemUNFINISHED BUSINESS (6/19/18 and 7/3/18) A. Operation Stonegarden Grant Acceptance Conditions Discussion/action regarding the acceptance of the Operation Stonegarden Grant Conditions. B. Grant Application Acceptance UNFINISHED BUSINESS (3/20/18 and 6/19/18) Acceptance - Sheriff Executive Office of the President, Office of National Drug Control Policy, to provide for the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas (HIDTA) Program, $363,463.00/$64,000.00 General Fund match estimate (GTAW 18-65) C. Grant Application Acceptance UNFINISHED BUSINESS (6/12/18 and 6/19/18) Acceptance - Sheriff Executive Office of the President of the National Drug Control Policy, Amendment No. 1, to provide for the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas (HIDTA) Program, $657,003.00 (GTAM 18-45)   Not Available
File ID 9055 128. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Liquor License 23172, Andrea Dahlman Lewkowitz, Coxco Fuel, 5960 N. Oracle Road, Tucson, Series 10, Beer and Wine Store, New License.   Not Available
File ID 9107 129. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Liquor License 21542, William Edward Netherton, Jr., Professional Bartenders Unlimited, 3625 E. 42nd Stravenue, Tucson, Series 10, Beer and Wine Store, New License.   Not Available
File ID 9133 130. Public Hearing Item(Clerk’s Note: Zoning is SR - Suburban Ranch. This is a residence only. No commercial uses have been approved on the site.) Hearing - Liquor License A1122578/07103600, Susan V. Cassidy, Ooo! Outside of Ordinary, 11761 E. Speedway Boulevard, Tucson, Series 7, Beer and Wine Bar, New License.   Not Available
File ID 9134 131. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Liquor License 23809, Harold Blaine Busboom, Rocking K Market, 12660 E. Old Spanish Trail, Tucson, Series 10, Beer and Wine Store, New License.   Not Available
File ID 9161 132. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Agent Change/Acquisition of Control/Restructure 07100224, Andrea Dahlman Lewkowitz, Coco's No. 176, 7250 N. Oracle Road, Tucson, Agent Change/Acquisition of Control.   Not Available
File ID 9164 133. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Permanent Extension of Premises/Patio Permit 1214129G, Grant Darien Krueger, Union Public House, 4340 N. Campbell Avenue, Suite 103, Tucson.   Not Available
File ID 8741 134. Public Hearing Item(Clerk’s note: The applicant requests this item be withdrawn from the agenda.) UNFINISHED BUSINESS (4/17/18) Hearing - Comprehensive Plan Amendment P17CA00004, CAMPBELL FOOTHILLS INVESTORS, L.P. - N. CAMPBELL AVENUE PLAN AMENDMENT Request of Campbell Foothills Investors, L.P., represented by The Planning Center, to amend the Pima County Comprehensive Plan from Low Intensity Urban 1.2 (LIU-1.2) 0.5 acres, Low Intensity Urban 3.0 (LIU-3.0) 5.5 acres, Medium Intensity Urban (MIU) 1.0 acres, and Higher Intensity Urban (HIU) 0.2 acres to Medium Intensity Urban (MIU) 7.2 acres and, to rescind Rezoning Policy RP-50 North Campbell Avenue (max. residential density = 16 dwellings) located at the east side of North Campbell Road approximately .5 miles north of East River Road in Section 20, Township 13 South, Range 14 East, in the Catalina Foothills Planning Area. On motion, the Planning and Zoning Commission voted 4-3 (Commissioners Matter, Cook and Gungle voted Nay; Commissioners Bain and Tronsdal were absent) to recommend APPROVAL SUBJECT TO STANDARD AND SPECIAL CONDITIONS. Staff recommends    Not Available
File ID 9211 135. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Rezoning Ordinance ORDINANCE NO. 2018 - 22, Co9-71-178, Empire Acres Subdivision Rezoning. Owners: Joshua and Shannon Garner. (District 4)   Not Available
File ID 9212 136. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Rezoning Ordinance ORDINANCE NO. 2018 - 23, P17RZ00012, Fidelity National Title Agency, Inc., Trust 60477 - S. Camino de Oeste Rezoning. Owner: Fidelity National Title Agency TR 60477. (District 5)   Not Available
File ID 9213 137. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Rezoning Ordinance ORDINANCE NO. 2018 - 24, P18RZ00001, Wong Family Limited Partnership - N. Thornydale Road Rezoning. Owners: Wong Family Limited Partnership. (District 1)   Not Available
File ID 9214 138. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Rezoning Resolution RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - 49, Co9-00-63, La Cholla Investments, L.L.C. - La Cholla Boulevard Rezoning. Owner: Tucson Federal Credit Union. (District 1)   Not Available
File ID 9200 139. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Establishment of DeAnza Domestic Water Improvement District A. Pursuant to A.R.S. §48-906, hold a public hearing on the establishment of the proposed DeAnza Domestic Water Improvement District and upon finding that the petition is sufficient; B. Pass and Adopt: RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - 50, of the Board of Supervisors, establishing the DeAnza Domestic Water Improvement District of Pima County, Arizona.   Not Available
File ID 9172 140. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Traffic Resolution RESOLUTION NO. 2018 - 51, of the Board of Supervisors, providing for the establishment of Aersopace Parkway, Raytheon Parkway and Rocketeer Drive, County Highways situated within Section 31, T15S, R14E, G&SRM, Pima County, Arizona. Staff recommends APPROVAL. (District 2)   Not Available
File ID 9241 11. Addendum Presentation and recognition to Georgia Cole Brousseau for her long time commitment and hard work on the Pima County Merit System Commission. (District 2)   Not Available
File ID 9250 12. Addendum Presentation of a Certificate of Recognition to Marion Hook for outstanding community service to the citizens of Pima County as a member of the Pima County Small Business Commission. (District 3)   Not Available
File ID 9236 14. Addendum City of Tucson, to provide for the Pima County Attorney’s Victim Services Division, contract amount $24,900.00 revenue (CTN-PCA-19-12)   Not Available
File ID 9237 15. Addendum American Indian Association, d.b.a. Tucson Indian Center, Amendment No. 1, to provide for the Native American Employment Policy Program, extend contract term to 6/30/19 and amend contractual language, General Fund, contract amount $15,000.00 (CT-HR-18-16)   Not Available
File ID 9246 16. Addendum Golden Pins, L.L.C., Amendment No. 1, to provide an Acquisition Agreement to acquire real property located at 1010 W. Miracle Mile between Interstate 10 and Oracle Road and amend contractual language, General Fund, contract amount $150,000.00 decrease (CT-PW-18-353)   Not Available
File ID 9245 17. Addendum Trial Court Appointments - Nominating Committee District 2 · Appointments of James Kelley and Tom Murphy, Republicans, to replace Cynthia Davis and Keith Gomez. No term expirations. · Appointment of Dana Moore, Independent, to fill a vacancy created by Karen Woods. No term expiration. · Appointments of Eric Ponce, Victor Soltero and Sofia Blue, Democrats, to replace Maria Bustamante, Barbara Enos and Elaine Blankenship. No term expirations.   Not Available
File ID 9247 18. Addendum Board of Adjustment, District 2 Reappointment of Victor Soltero. Term expiration: 6/30/22.   Not Available
File ID 9248 19. Addendum Regional Wastewater Reclamation Advisory Committee Appointment of Scott Oldendorph, to replace William Garner. Term expiration: 3/1/20. (District 1)   Not Available
File ID 9249 110. Addendum Planning and Zoning Commission Reappointment of William Matter. Term expiration: 6/19/22. (District 4)   Not Available
File ID 9251 111. Addendum Animal Care Advisory Committee Appointment of Patty Peth, Registered PACC Volunteer, to replace Christy Holliger. Term expiration: 6/30/20. (Organizational recommendation)   Not Available
File ID 9189 11. Contract and/or AwardJEVS Human Services, d.b.a. Vocational Research Institute, Amendment No. 1, to provide for workforce development services - Work Readiness Program, extend contract term to 6/30/19 and amend contractual language, WIOA Fund, contract amount $3,599.00 (CT-CS-18-60)   Not Available
File ID 9190 12. Contract and/or AwardPairin, Inc., Amendment No. 1, to provide for workforce development services - Work Readiness Program, extend contract term to 6/30/19 and amend contractual language, WIOA Fund, contract amount $2,400.00 (CT-CS-18-124)   Not Available
File ID 9205 13. Contract and/or AwardMonster Worldwide, Inc., d.b.a. Monster Government Solutions, L.L.C., Amendment No. 1, to provide for workforce development services - Work Readiness Program, extend contract term to 6/30/19 and amend contractual language, USDOL, WIOA, LEAP-2 and USHUD - CoC Funds, contract amount $2,170.00 (CT-CS-18-57)   Not Available
File ID 9192 14. Contract and/or AwardArizona Department of Health Services, Amendment No. 1, to provide for the Expansion of Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System Survey in Pima County and extend contract term to 8/1/19, no cost (CT-HD-18-452)   Not Available
File ID 9207 15. Contract and/or AwardUniversity of Arizona, Sponsored Projects Services, Amendment No. 2, to provide for the Zika Virus Reporting and Identification Call Center Project, extend contract term to 7/31/19, amend contractual language and scope of work, ADHS Emergency Preparedness Grant Fund, contract amount $49,900.00 (CT-HD-18-512)   Not Available
File ID 9191 16. Contract and/or AwardTown of Marana, to provide for Marana to facilitate the planning, design and development of the Central Arizona Project Trailhead and Trail within the Town of Marana, General Fund, contract amount $50,000.00 (CT-PR-19-7)   Not Available
File ID 9206 17. Contract and/or AwardArizona Board of Regents, University of Arizona Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, Amendment No. 3, to provide for veterinary pathology services, extend contract term to 7/31/19 and amend contractual language, PACC Special Revenue Fund, contract amount $54,000.00 (CT-PAC-18-56)   Not Available
File ID 9173 18. Contract and/or AwardAward Amendment of Award: Master Agreement Nos. MA-PO-13-559 and MA-PO-13-560, Rod Robertson Enterprises, Inc. and Sierra Auction Management, Inc., for auction services. This revision extends the termination date to 10/31/18 to provide sufficient time to conduct a solicitation process and award new contracts. Funding Source: Revenue. Administering Department: Fleet Services.   Not Available
File ID 9196 19. Contract and/or AwardAward Award: Master Agreement No. MA-PO-19-1, Kemira Water Solutions, Inc. (Headquarters: Atlanta, GA), for ferric chloride. This master agreement is for an initial term of one (1) year in the annual award amount of $879,000.00 (including sales tax) and includes four (4) one-year renewal options. Funding Source: Wastewater Enterprise Fund. Administering Department: Regional Wastewater Reclamation.   Not Available
File ID 9201 110. Contract and/or AwardGreen Light Traffic Engineering, L.L.C., to provide for LIDAR asset data extraction, Transportation Operation (HURF) Fund, contract amount $367,631.00 (CT-TR-19-11) Transportation   Not Available
File ID 9226 111. Contract and/or AwardAutomatic Data Processing, Inc., d.b.a. ADP, L.L.C., Amendment No. 6, to provide for HR/Payroll, Benefits and eTime Management and amend contractual language, no cost (MA-PO-13-202) Information Technology   Not Available
File ID 9231 112. Contract and/or AwardDibble & Associates Consulting Engineers, Inc., d.b.a. Dibble Engineering, to provide for Design Services: Connection of the Fairgrounds WRF to the Conveyance System (3FGS17) Project, RWRD Obligations Fund, contract amount $710,675.03 (CT-PW-19-37) Public Works   Not Available
File ID 9188 113. Contract and/or AwardMobilitie, L.L.C., Amendment No. 1, to provide for small wireless telecommunication equipment in right-of-way and on County facilities, extend contract term to 8/6/28 and amend contractual language, no cost (CTN-PW-18-41)   Not Available
File ID 9232 114. Contract and/or AwardCity of Tucson, to provide for election services, contract amount $40,000.00 estimated revenue (CTN-RE-19-7)   Not Available
File ID 9193 115. Contract and/or AwardTown of Sahuarita, to provide for the incarceration of municipal prisoners, contract amount $163,000.00 estimated revenue (CTN-SD-18-164)   Not Available
File ID 9194 116. Contract and/or AwardGreen Valley Sheriff Auxiliary Volunteers, Amendment No. 1, to provide property loss protection - Green Valley SAV vehicles, extend contract term to 6/30/19 and amend scope of work, no cost (CT-SD-18-41)   Not Available
File ID 9218 117. Consent ItemAcceptance - Community Services, Employment and Training U.S. Department of Labor/Veterans Employment and Training Service, to provide for the Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program, $236,664.00 (GTAM 19-1)   Not Available
File ID 9219 118. Consent ItemAcceptance - Health Arizona Department of Health Services, Amendment No. 4, to provide for the Public Health Emergency Preparedness Program, CDC Fund, $687,297.00/$68,729.70 Health Special Revenue Fund match (GTAM 19-2)   Not Available
File ID 9220 119. Consent ItemAcceptance - Health Arizona Department of Health Services, Amendment No. 6, to provide for the Healthy People Healthy Communities Project, $1,614,131.00 (GTAM 19-3)   Not Available
File ID 9221 120. Consent ItemAcceptance - Community Services, Employment and Training Arizona Department of Economic Security (AZDES), to provide for the AZDES - Employment and Training Program Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, $7,420,309.00 (GTAW 18-88)   Not Available
File ID 9222 121. Consent ItemAcceptance - Health Pima Council on Aging, to provide primary nursing care for the elderly, $22,922.00 (GTAW 19-3)   Not Available
File ID 9223 122. Consent ItemAcceptance - County Attorney Office of the Arizona Attorney General, to provide for the 2019 Victims’ Rights Program Award, $169,601.00 (GTAW 19-6)   Not Available
File ID 9224 123. Consent ItemAcceptance - County Attorney Arizona Criminal Justice Commission, to provide for the Crime Victim Compensation Program Grant, $670,900.00 (GTAW 19-7)   Not Available
File ID 9225 124. Consent ItemAcceptance - County Attorney Arizona Criminal Justice Commission, to provide for the Crime Victim Assistance Program Grant, $12,080.00/$3,020.00 PCA In-kind Fund match (GTAW 19-8)   Not Available
File ID 9106 125. Consent ItemWorkforce Investment Board · Reappointment of Aric L. Meares, representing Business. Term expiration: 9/30/20. (Commission recommendation) · Reappointments of Deron Johnson, Mark Vitale, Mary Darling and Danielle Duarte, representing Business; Ramon Serrato, representing Workforce; CBO; Brad McCormick, representing Workforce; Out-of-School Youth Organization; Kathy Prather, representing Education and Training; Educational Agency; Chris Tafoya, representing State Employment Service Office under Wagner-Peyser; Jan Lesher, representing GECD; WIOA Title I - Adults, Dislocated Workers and Youth; Jorge Rivero, representing GECD; TANF; Business. Term expirations: 9/30/21. (Commission recommendations)   Not Available
File ID 9169 126. Consent ItemPima County/City of Tucson Outdoor Lighting Code Committee Ratification of Appointments: Jason Lopez, to replace Austin Green and John Jolly, to replace Joyce J. Kelly. Term expirations: 6/4/22. (City of Tucson recommendations)   Not Available
File ID 9182 127. Consent ItemSmall Business Commission Appointment of Michael Mallozzi, to fill a vacancy created by Joy Soler. No term expiration. (District 5)   Not Available
File ID 9183 128. Consent ItemPlanning and Zoning Commission Reappointment of Bruce Gungle. Term expiration: 6/19/22. (District 5)   Not Available
File ID 9184 129. Consent ItemBoard of Health Reappointment of Mary Lou Gonzales. Term expiration: 6/30/22. (District 5)   Not Available
File ID 9185 130. Consent ItemAnimal Care Advisory Committee Appointment of Karen Baden, to fill a vacancy created by Dan Eckstrom. Term expiration: 6/30/22. (District 5)   Not Available
File ID 9170 131. Consent ItemSpecial Event Aaron Michael Cooper, International Sonoran Desert Alliance, Curley School Artisan Apartments, 401 W. Esperanza Avenue, Ajo, September 28, 2018.   Not Available
File ID 9186 132. Consent ItemTemporary Extension 06100203, Randy D. Nations, Hot Rods Old Vail, 10500 E. Old Vail Road, Tucson, July 5, 7, 14, 21, 28, August 2, 4, 11, 18, 25, September 1, 6, 8, 15, 22 and 29, 2018.   Not Available
File ID 9210 133. Consent ItemDuplicate Warrants - For Ratification Prolam Plus $102.50; Yvette G. Avila $56.07; US Foods, Inc. $2,618.70; US Foods, Inc. $2,398.41; Denise M. Warren $844.40; Law Office of Thomas Norton $5,352.00; Rancho Del Mar Apartments, L.P. $660.00; Mayra E. Jeffery $101.46; Executive Process, L.L.C., EZ Messenger $495.00; Molly Marie Hilber $259.26; Molly Marie Hilber $174.00; Jamie Sue Dement $193.50; Susan Allison $20.29; Fairmount Manor $750.00; Stacey Nicole Brady $215.00; Mary Louise Kelso $8.90; Zeneth Cocoa $62.24; Southwest Water Conditioning $32.58.   Not Available
File ID 9199 134. Consent ItemPursuant to Resolution No. 1993-200, ratification of the Document Storage and Retrieval Fund for the months of May and June, 2018.   Not Available
File ID 9197 135. Consent ItemFill the Gap Application Staff requests approval to submit a Fill-the-Gap Application to the Arizona Supreme Court Administrative Office of Courts for Fiscal Year 2019.   Not Available
File ID 9202 136. Consent ItemDuplicate Warrants - For Ratification Fidelity National Title Agency $1,167.35.   Not Available
File ID 9208 137. Consent ItemCertificate of Removal and Abatement - Certificate of Clearance Staff requests approval of the Certificates of Removal and Abatement/Certificates of Clearance in the amount of $42,178.00.   Not Available
File ID 9163 138. Consent ItemMinutes: June 12, 19 and July 3, 2018 Warrants: July, 2018   Not Available