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Meeting Name: Board of Supervisors Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 9/7/2021 9:00 AM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Virtual Meeting
Published agenda: Agenda and Addendum Agenda and Addendum Published minutes: Summaries Summaries  
Attachments: ADD6_BOS_Atty-ClientPrivilegeMemoDated8-30-21_9-13-21
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File ID 13428 14. Agenda ItemPresentation of a proclamation to Matt McGlone, Community Outreach Coordinator, Pima County Office of Emergency Management; Adam Lawson, Sergeant, Town of Marana Police Department; Rita Lebsack, Safety & Emergency Management Coordinator, Town of Marana; Manuel “Manny” Amado, Police Chief/Public Safety Director, City of South Tucson; and Courtney Slanaker, Executive Director, Southern Arizona Chapter American Red Cross, proclaiming the month of September 2021 to be: "PREPAREDNESS MONTH"   Not Available
File ID 13487 11. Addendum Presentation of a proclamation to Shelly Jernigan, Communications and Event Director, National Association of Mental Illness (NAMI), proclaiming the month of September 2021 to be: "NATIONAL SUICIDE AWARENESS MONTH"   Not Available
File ID 13502 12. Addendum Presentation of a proclamation to Shelby Young, One Arizona Coalition: Arizona Coalition for Change, and Sandy Ochoa, Mi Familia Vota, proclaiming the day of Tuesday, September 28, 2021 to be: "VOTER REGISTRATION DAY”   Not Available
File ID 13471 16. Agenda ItemPursuant to A.R.S. §38-431.03(A) (3), for legal advice only concerning Governor Ducey's Executive Order 2021-18 and other legal aspects of Pima County's COVID-19 response.   Not Available
File ID 13488 13. Addendum Pursuant to A.R.S. §38-431.03(A) (3), for legal advice only concerning whether or not to pursue further action regarding the TUSD Tax Appeal and potential next steps.   Not Available
File ID 13489 14. Addendum Pursuant to A.R.S. §38-431.03(A) (3) and (4), for legal advice and direction regarding Pima County filing an Amicus Brief in support of the Arizona School Board Association's (ASBA) Complaint in Arizona School Boards Association, Inc. v. State of Arizona, in Maricopa County Superior Court Case No. CV2021-012741 related to prohibitions on mask and vaccine mandates.   Not Available
File ID 13433 17. Agenda ItemRevisions to Board of Supervisors Policy Staff recommends approval of the proposed revisions to Board of Supervisors Policy No. D 32.6, Customer Code of Conduct Policy.   Not Available
File ID 13377 19. Agenda ItemUNFINISHED BUSINESS (8/10/21 and 8/16/21) Mandating Vaccinations for Healthcare Workers Discussion/Action directing the County Administrator and County staff, utilizing the County’s broad public health authority under state statute (A.R.S. §11-251(17), A.R.S. §11-251(31), A.R.S. §36-183.02(A), and A.R.S. §36-624), to mandate that all healthcare workers in Pima County licensed by the State of Arizona, and their direct support staff, be vaccinated against COVID-19; and to further mandate that all healthcare workers in Pima County licensed by the State of Arizona, and their direct support staff, have begun the vaccination process by September 1, 2021; that documentation of compliance be filed by the employers of the healthcare workers and their support staff with the Pima County Health Department in a timely manner; and finally, that the Pima County Health Department lay out clear compliance and accountability metrics, as well as consequences for non-compliance, by no later than 5:00 pm on Friday, August 20, 2021. Allowable exemptions shall be included in the County’s mandate. (Distri   Not Available
File ID 13410 110. Agenda ItemUNFINISHED BUSINESS (8/16/21) Allocation of Funding Discussion/Direction/Action regarding best ways to allocate $38,155.56, available due to the Board’s approval of the cancellation of funding for the Arizona Bowl. (District 3)   Not Available
File ID 13454 111. Agenda ItemUNFINISHED BUSINESS (8/16/21) COVID-19 Vaccination Disincentives Discussion/Direction/Action regarding COVID-19 vaccination disincentives.   Not Available
File ID 13466 112. Agenda Item(Clerk’s Note: All COVID-19 items and/or COVID-19 emergency items will be discussed under this agenda item.) Updates and Action on COVID-19   Not Available
File ID 13447 113. Agenda ItemRenovation of Emerge Emergency Shelter Staff recommends approval of $1,000,000.00 ARPA/CLFRF funds for renovation and expansion of the existing Emerge emergency shelter and direct staff to develop an appropriate contract to effect this transfer of funds, provided the City of Tucson also provides this amount.   Not Available
File ID 13464 114. Agenda ItemFinal Plat With Assurances P20FP00012, New Tucson Unit 8, Lots 262 and 364. (District 4)   Not Available
File ID 13468 115. Agenda ItemContract - Ratification Jot Properties, L.L.C., to provide for hotel shelter services for COVID positive asylum seekers, Shelter National Board Program Fund, contract amount $2,008,000.00 (MA-PO-22-30) Health   Not Available
File ID 13448 116. Agenda ItemConveyance of Dedicated Drainageway Staff recommends approval of conveyance of dedicated drainageway to the Town of Oro Valley, for Rancho Catalina (Lots 107-221) located within Section 25, T12S, R13E, G&SRM, Pima County, Arizona, no cost. (District 1)   Not Available
File ID 13449 117. Agenda ItemAbandonment by Vacation RESOLUTION NO. 2021 - 59, of the Board of Supervisors, for the vacation of a portion of River Road, a public roadway as Pima County Road Abandonment No. A-0055, and Release of Easement within Section 30, T13S, R15E, G&SRM, Pima County, Arizona. (District 1)   Not Available
File ID 13450 118. Agenda ItemConsent to Sale of Communications Easement Staff requests approval to sell cellular tower Leases for wireless communications facilities located at 7300 N. Shannon Road (Nanini Site), 4400 W. Massingale Road (Denny Dunn Park), 11300 S. Houghton Road (Fairgrounds-Verizon), 11300 S. Houghton Road (Fairgrounds-New Cingular), 18900 S. Old Nogales Highway, 5596 E. Littletown Road (Thomas Jay Park) and 201 N. Kinney Road (Old Tucson), by auction to the highest bidder. (Districts 1, 2, 4 and 5)   Not Available
File ID 13451 119. Agenda ItemSurplus Property Staff requests approval to sell surplus property consisting of a portion of Tax Parcel No. 304-26-9670, which is vacant land located on the west side of the I-19 Frontage Road, south of Continental Road, by auction to the highest bidder. (District 4)   Not Available
File ID 13252 120. Public Hearing Item(Clerk’s Note: Approval for Hotel only. Beer Garden area shown to the north is not part of request.) Hearing - Liquor License Job No. 152388, Andrea Dahlman Lewkowitz, Mt. Lemmon Lodge and Forest Garden, 12833 N. Sabino Canyon Park, Mt. Lemmon, Series 11, Hotel/Motel, New License.   Not Available
File ID 13291 121. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Liquor License Job No. 151006, Andrea Dahlman Lewkowitz, Natural Grocers, 6320 N. Oracle Road, Tucson, Series 10, Beer and Wine Store Sampling Privileges.   Not Available
File ID 13299 122. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Agent Change/Acquisition of Control/Restructure Job No. 156630, Jeffrey Craig Miller, Arizona National Golf Club, 9777 E. Sabino Greens Drive, Tucson, Acquisition of Control.   Not Available
File ID 13478 123. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Fireworks Permit Erin Kallish, Caterpillar, Inc., 5000 W. Caterpillar Trail, Green Valley, September 28 and 30, 2021 at 8:00 p.m.   Not Available
File ID 13457 124. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Concurrent Plan Amendment and Rezoning P21CR00001, AMERICAN DREAM EPSILON, L.L.C. - W. INA ROAD PLAN AMENDMENT AND REZONING American Dream Epsilon, L.L.C., represented by The Planning Center, requests a concurrent plan amendment and rezoning to amend the Comprehensive Plan from Low Intensity Urban 1.2 (LIU-1.2) to Low Intensity Urban 1.2 (LIU-1.2) with a rezoning policy and to rezone from CR-1 (Single Residence) to TR (Transitional) zone on approximately .87 acres. The property is located at the northwest corner of W. Ina Road and N. San Blas Drive addressed as 1230 W. Ina Road, in Section 35, T12S, R13E, in the Catalina Foothills Planning Area. On motion, the Planning and Zoning Commission voted 9-0 (Commissioner Maese was absent) to recommend APPROVAL SUBJECT TO A REZONING POLICY AND STANDARD AND SPECIAL CONDITIONS. Staff recommends APPROVAL SUBJECT TO A REZONING POLICY AND STANDARD AND SPECIAL CONDITIONS. (District 1)   Not Available
File ID 13458 125. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Rezoning P21RZ00007, DE SANTIAGO - W. YEDRA ROAD REZONING Tony and Carmen De Santiago, represented by Judith De Santiago, requests a rezoning of approximately 4.77 acres from the RH (Rural Homestead) to the GR-1 (Rural Residential) zone, located approximately 1,200 feet east of the intersection of W. Yedra Road and S. Vahalla Road, addressed as 7600 W. Yedra Road. The proposed rezoning conforms to the Pima County Comprehensive Plan which designates the property for Medium Intensity Rural. On motion, the Planning and Zoning Commission voted 9-0 (Commissioner Maese was absent) to recommend APPROVAL SUBJECT TO STANDARD AND SPECIAL CONDITIONS. Staff recommends APPROVAL SUBJECT TO STANDARD AND SPECIAL CONDITIONS. (District 3)   Not Available
File ID 13459 126. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Rezoning Time Extension P15RZ00009, MAGEE COMO DEVELOPMENT ASSOC., L.L.C. - N. LA CHOLLA BOULEVARD REZONING Magee Como Development Assoc., L.L.C., represented by Craig Courtney, requests a five-year time extension for an approximately .88-acre rezoning (Magee Center II, Lot 4, Seq #20193260717) from the TR (Transitional) to the CB-2 (General Business) zone, located approximately 150 feet north of W. Magee Road and 600 feet west of N. La Cholla Boulevard, addressed as 7791 N. La Cholla Boulevard. The subject site was rezoned in 2015 and the rezoning expired on February 2, 2021. Staff recommends APPROVAL OF A FIVE-YEAR TIME EXTENSION SUBJECT TO ORIGINAL AND MODIFIED STANDARD AND SPECIAL CONDITIONS. (District 1)   Not Available
File ID 13460 127. Public Hearing Item(Clerk’s Note: These items require two separate motions and votes.) A. Hearing - Rezoning Closure Co9-06-37, RAVITZ TRUSTEES - ALVERNON WAY REZONING Proposal to close Co9-06-37, an approximate 4.54-acre rezoning from CR-3 (AE) (Single Residence - Airport Environs) to CB-2 (AE) (General Business - Airport Environs) zone. The subject site is located on the southwest corner of S. Alvernon Way and Eastbound Interstate 10 off-ramp, on Parcel Code 140-06-2800. The rezoning was conditionally approved in 2007, received a time extension in 2012 and expired on September 11, 2017. Staff recommends AGAINST CLOSURE. (District 2) approve B. Hearing - Rezoning Time Extension Co9-06-37, RAVITZ TRUSTEES - ALVERNON WAY REZONING Alvernon and I-10 Partners, L.L.C., represented by Miller Associates, L.L.C., request a five-year time extension for the above-referenced rezoning from CR-3 (AE) (Single Residence - Airport Environs) to CB-2 (AE) (General Business - Airport Environs) zone. The subject site was rezoned in 2007. The approximate 4.54-acre rezoning is located on the southwest corner of S. Alv   Not Available
File ID 13462 128. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Plat Note Modification Co12-71-41, BEL AIR RANCH ESTATES (LOTS 308, 309 & 310) Sarah and Blake Ourso, et al., represented by Sarah and Blake Ourso, request a plat note modification to remove the one-foot no-access easement along the northern boundary of Lots 308, 309 & 310 of the Bel Air Ranch Estates (284-375) Subdivision (Bk. 22, Pg. 57). The subject properties are zoned CR-1 (Single Residence) zone, located on the north side of E. Quick Draw Place, approximately 150 feet east of N. Melpomene Way, addressed as 11121, 11141 and 11161 E. Quick Draw Place. Staff recommends APPROVAL WITH A CONDITION. (District 4)   Not Available
File ID 13463 129. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Rezoning Ordinance ORDINANCE NO. 2021 - 22, P20RZ00011, Mortgage Equities XVI, L.L.C. - S. Sorrel Lane Rezoning. Owner: Mortgage Equities XVI, L.L.C. (District 5)   Not Available
File ID 13431 130. Public Hearing Item22nd Street: Kino Parkway to Tucson Boulevard Project A. Hearing - Establishment of 22nd Street IGA Improvement Project RESOLUTION NO. 2021 - 60, of the Board of Supervisors, providing for the establishment of a County Highway within the incorporated limits of the City of Tucson for the 22nd Street IGA Improvement Project between Kino Parkway and Tucson Boulevard, situated within Sections 17, 18, 19 and 20, T14S, R14E, G&SRM, Pima County, Arizona. (District 2) Contract B. City of Tucson, to provide for the 22nd Street: Kino Parkway to Tucson Boulevard Project, HURF Bond Fund, contract amount $9,211,750.00/5 year term (CT-TR-21-453)   Not Available
File ID 13495 15. Addendum Minimum Wage Rate in Unincorporated Pima County Discussion only. For the Pima County Board of Supervisors to consider setting a $15 an hour minimum wage for everyone working in unincorporated Pima County. (District 5)   Not Available
File ID 13501 16. Addendum Attorney-Client Privilege Waiver Discussion/action. Release to the public Attorney/Client Privileged Memorandum dated August 30, 2021, from Samuel E. Brown, Chief Civil Deputy County Attorney, to Chuck Huckelberry, County Administrator, subject "Gun Shows at the Pima County Fairgrounds Proposed Proclamation Limiting Gun Vendors." (District 5)   Not Available
File ID 13503 17. Addendum Face Coverings Requirement RESOLUTION NO. 2021 - 61, of the Board of Supervisors, adopting regulations necessary for the public health and safety of Pima County's inhabitants, requiring persons to wear face coverings when they are in public indoor settings and cannot easily maintain a continuous physical distance of at least 6 feet from all other persons. (District 2)   Not Available
File ID 13504 18. Agenda ItemUNFINISHED BUSINESS (9/7/21) Eviction Prevention Landlord Incentive Program Discussion/Action. Directing the County Administrator and County staff to design and roll out, by the first week of October, 2021, an incentive program for landlords who have the legal right under state statute to evict their tenant(s) for non-payment of rent, to voluntarily hold off from proceeding with the eviction process in return for an “Eviction Prevention Landlord Incentive Program” payment from the County, for back-rent owed up to $5,000 per unit in total. Further directing the County Administrator and County staff to immediately fund the initial phase of this “Eviction Prevention Landlord Incentive Program” with up to $3.0 Million from the County’s American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Contingency Funds, under the Treasury’s expenditure category of “Responding to the Negative Economic Impacts of COVID-19.” (District 2)   Not Available
File ID 13499 19. Addendum Deed of Easements between Pima County and the United States Air Force (USAF) on County Properties within the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base Approach/Departure Corridor Staff recommends continued support of the Readiness Environmental Protection Integration (REPI) partnership, pursuant to the Encroachment Management Agreement, as amended, and approve the 2018 and 2019 Deed of Easements to convey restrictive development easements on County-owned properties to the USAF, as the County's FY18 and FY19 REPI grant match, no cost/78 year term (CTN-CA-22-25)   Not Available
File ID 13491 110. Addendum Request Review by the Arizona Supreme Court Discussion/Action on Pima County joining the TUSD Board in requesting review by the Arizona Supreme Court of the Court of Appeals Tax Decision that reversed the original decision from the Arizona Tax Court Case No. TX2018-000737.   Not Available
File ID 13492 111. Addendum Amicus Brief Discussion/Action of filing an Amicus Brief in support of Arizona School Board Association's (ASBA) Complaint CV2021-012741 seeking declaratory and injunctive relief related to prohibitions on mask and vaccine mandates.   Not Available
File ID 13496 112. Addendum Metropolitan Tucson Convention and Visitors Bureau, d.b.a. Visit Tucson, Amendment No. 3, to promote and enhance tourism, business travel, film production and youth, amateur, semi-professional and professional sports development and marketing and amend contractual language, General Fund, contract amount $500,000.00 (CT-ED-20-388)   Not Available
File ID 13505 113. Addendum Community Bridges, Inc., Amendment No. 1, to provide for USHUD - ESG-CV CARES Act Rapid Rehousing Individuals, extend contract term to 8/31/22, amend contractual language and scope of work, USHUD - ESG-CV CARES Act Fund, contract amount $350,000.00 (CT-CR-20-455)   Not Available
File ID 13506 114. Addendum Our Family Services, Inc., Amendment No. 1, to provide for USHUD - ESG-CV CARES Act Rapid Rehousing Individuals, extend contract term to 8/31/22, amend contractual language and scope of work, USHUD - ESG-CV CARES Act Fund, contract amount $411,365.00 (CT-CR-20-459)   Not Available
File ID 13507 115. Addendum Elham Ali, to provide for the Planning for Health Literacy Project, Advancing Health Literacy Grant from HHS Fund, contract amount $100,000.00/2 year term (CT-HD-20-63)   Not Available
File ID 13490 116. Addendum Barker Contracting, Inc., Chasse Building Team, Inc., Core Construction, Inc., Durazo Construction Corporation, Kapp-Con Incorporated, Kittle Design and Construction, L.L.C., Lloyd Construction Company, Inc. and SD Crane Builders, Inc., Amendment No. 3, to provide a Job Order Master Agreement for remodel and construction services and amend contractual language, Various Funds, contract amount $2,500,000.00 (MA-PO-20-154) Facilities Management   Not Available
File ID 13483 117. Addendum Acceptance - County Attorney State of Arizona, Office of the Attorney General, to provide for the FY22 Arizona Victims' Rights Program, $132,322.00 (GTAW 22-12)   Not Available
File ID 13484 118. Agenda ItemUNFINISHED BUSINESS (9/7/21) Acceptance - Elections U.S. Election Assistance Commission, to provide for the 2020 Help America Vote Act Election Security Sub-grant, $694,438.40/5 year term (GTAW 22-15)   Not Available
File ID 13498 119. Addendum Acceptance - Clerk of Superior Court Arizona Supreme Court, Administrative Office of the Court, to provide for the Court Security Improvement Program - Security Camera System, $2,275.00 (GTAW 22-13)   Not Available
File ID 13445 11. Contract and/or AwardNaphCare, Inc., to provide for Correctional Health Services, General Fund, contract amount $17,808,680.76 (CT-BH-22-64)   Not Available
File ID 13473 12. Contract and/or AwardCODAC Health, Recovery & Wellness, Inc., d.b.a. CODAC, Amendment No. 3, to provide for medical forensic examination and evidence collection for victims of sexual assault and amend contractual language, General Fund, contract amount $240,000.00 (CT-BH-20-268)   Not Available
File ID 13440 13. Contract and/or AwardSouthern AZ Children’s Advocacy Center, Inc., Amendment No. 1, to provide for evidence collection services for children - evidentiary consultations, extend contract term to 6/30/22 and amend contractual language, Anti-Racketeering Fund, contract amount $15,570.30 (CT-PCA-20-415)   Not Available
File ID 13475 14. Contract and/or AwardHumphrey and Petersen. P.C., Amendment No. 1, to provide for representation of Pima County and Mark Napier in Murillo v. Pima County, et al., C20201462, extend contract term to 8/27/22 and amend contractual language, no cost (CT-FN-21-150)   Not Available
File ID 13477 15. Contract and/or AwardBosse Rollman, P.C., Amendment No. 4, to provide for Pima County Sheriff's Department employee disciplinary matters, extend contract term to 9/19/22 and amend contractual language, no cost (CT-FNC-21-197)   Not Available
File ID 13472 16. Contract and/or AwardDM50, Amendment No. 2, to provide for Davis Monthan Air Force Base Advocate; economic development activities, extend contract term to 6/30/22 and amend contractual language, General Fund, contract amount $60,000.00 (CT-CA-20-189)   Not Available
File ID 13476 17. Agenda ItemUNFINISHED BUSINESS (9/7/21) Contract Sun Corridor, Inc., to provide for Economic Development for Pima County and Southern Arizona, General Fund, contract amount $650,000.00 (CT-CA-22-25)   Not Available
File ID 13482 18. Contract and/or AwardParadigm Laboratories, L.L.C., Amendment No. 1, to provide for COVID-19 vaccination services and amend contractual language, COVID-19 Vaccination Equity Grant Fund, contract amount $2,000,000.00 (CT-HD-21-362)   Not Available
File ID 13441 19. Contract and/or AwardSprocket Communications, L.L.C., to provide for a Tower and Rooftop License Agreement for wireless communications facilities located at 33 N. Stone Avenue, contract amount $83,204.76 revenue/5 year term (CTN-IT-22-10)   Not Available
File ID 13430 110. Contract and/or AwardAward Amendment of Award: Multiple Master Agreements to provide for electrical parts and supplies. These amendments extend the termination date to 11/4/22 and increases the shared annual award amount by $130,000.00 from $835,000.00 to $965,000.00 for a cumulative not-to­exceed contract amount of $2,435,000.00. Two (2) renewal options remain. This amendment also changes the vendor legal name on MA-PO-20-47, from DS & J Enterprises, Inc. to Merks Enterprises, Inc. Funding Source: General Fund. Administering Department: Facilities Management. MA No./Amendment No./Contractor Name/Current Not-to-Exceed/Shared Award Amount/New Not-to-Exceed MA-PO-20-47/5/Merks Enterprises, Inc.; Consolidated Electrical Distributors, Inc./ $641,000.00/$265,000.00/$906,000.00 MA-PO-20-48/2/Electric Supply, Inc.; Consolidated Electrical Distributors, Inc./ $34,000.00/$30,000.00/$64,000.00 MA-PO-20-49/4/Consolidated Electrical Distributors, Inc.; Consolidated Electrical Distributors, Inc./$355,000.00/$305,000.00/$660,000.00 MA-PO-20-50/3/Graybar Electric Company, Inc.; Electric Supply, Inc./ $62,000.00/$100,0   Not Available
File ID 13439 111. Contract and/or AwardAward Amendment of Award: Master Agreement No. MA-PO-17-71, CDW Government, L.L.C., Amendment No. 3, to provide for software value added reseller services. This amendment extends the termination date to 1/7/22. No additional funds required at this time. Administering Department: Information Technology.   Not Available
File ID 13443 112. Contract and/or AwardDurazo Construction Corporation and MW Morrissey Construction, L.L.C., to provide for a Job Order Master Agreement for historic preservation services, Various Funds, contract amount $2,000,000.00 (MA-PO-22-24) Capital Program Office   Not Available
File ID 13444 113. Contract and/or AwardNaphCare, Inc., Amendment No. 1, to provide for Correctional Health Services Electronic Health Record, amend contractual language and scope of services, no cost (MA-PO-21-157) Behavioral Health   Not Available
File ID 13461 114. Contract and/or AwardHDR Engineering, Inc., to provide for design engineering services for west Silverbell Road, Blanco Wash Bridge (4SRBWB), Federal Off-System Bridge (7.7%) and Silverbell-Tortolita Impact Fees (92.3%) Funds, contract amount $891,834.73/3 year term (CT-TR-22-43) Transportation   Not Available
File ID 13479 115. Contract and/or AwardKarpel Computer Systems, Inc., d.b.a. Karpel Solutions, to provide for legal case management system, General (75%) and GOSH GOHS Grant Funds, contract amount $2,500,000.00/5 year term (MA-PO-21-214) County Attorney   Not Available
File ID 13474 116. Contract and/or AwardDavid Moore, to provide for Sales Agreement No. Sale-0085 and Special Warranty Deed for a portion of Tax Parcel No. 304-05-030C, located at 27500 N. Cochie Canyon Trail, Section 26, T10S, R12E, G&SRM, Pinal County, Arizona, contract amount $310,000.00 revenue (CT-RPS-22-20)   Not Available
File ID 13438 117. Consent ItemAcceptance - Community and Workforce Development Arizona Department of Education/United States Department of Treasury, to provide for the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Grant, $150,000.00/2 year term (GTAW 22-7)   Not Available
File ID 13452 118. Consent ItemAcceptance - Community and Workforce Development Arizona Department of Housing, Amendment No. 5, to provide for the Pima County Links Rapid Re-Housing Program and amend grant language, no cost (GTAM 22-8)   Not Available
File ID 13453 119. Consent ItemAcceptance - Health National Association of County and City Health Officials, Amendment No. 1, to provide for addressing needs of people with disabilities in COVID-19 local preparedness planning, mitigation and recovery efforts, extend grant term to 6/30/22, amend grant language and scope of work, $33,203.79 (GTAM 22-12)   Not Available
File ID 13480 120. Consent ItemAcceptance - Health Arizona Department of Health Services, Amendment No. 5, to provide for the Women, Infants and Children and Breastfeeding Peer Counseling Programs, amend grant language and scope of work, $2,163,498.00 (GTAM 22-14)   Not Available
File ID 13481 121. Consent ItemAcceptance - Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation Arizona Game and Fish Shooting Commission, to provide for the Southeast Regional Park Shooting Range Expansion Project, $44,524.00/$44,524.00 General Fund match (GTAW 22-10)   Not Available
File ID 13407 122. Consent ItemSpecial Event · Brenda J. Goldsmith, El Rio Health Center Foundation, The Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa, 3800 E. Sunrise Drive, Tucson, October 22, 2021. · Ryan Grimm, Tucson Sector MRT MWR, Harbottle Brewing Company, 3820 S. Palo Verde Road, No. 102, Tucson, September 4, 2021.   Not Available
File ID 13455 123. Consent ItemTemporary Extension 12104529, Kevin Arnold Kramber, Wild Garlic Grill, 2870 E. Skyline Drive, Tucson, October 16, 2021 through April 15, 2022.   Not Available
File ID 13470 124. Consent ItemPrecinct Committeemen Pursuant to A.R.S. §16-821B, approval of Precinct Committeemen resignations and appointments: RESIGNATION-PRECINCT-PARTY Louise Pate-134-DEM; James Reeves-171-DEM; Ann M. Holden-034-REP; John R. Holden-034-REP; Alex D. Dischinger-042-LBT APPOINTMENT-PRECINCT-PARTY William R. Wilke-010-REP; Bruce W. Nogar-039-REP; Sherrie L. Freeland-040-REP; Isabel A. Kandell-057-REP; Risa L. Kandell-057-REP; Beverly A. Bennett-061-REP; Charles C. Chancellor-061-REP; Edward Wood-063-REP; Vivianne Marien-085-REP; Blake G. Masters-096-REP; Ruben C. Navarro-104-REP; Peggy S. Aguirre Esparza-112-REP; Kathy A. Jones-116-REP; Barbara L. Parks-116-REP; Eva H. Bogart-126-REP; Gary L. Johnson-127-REP; Katie P. Johnson-127-REP; Holly Glenn Claghorn-127-REP; Susan L. Saenz-141-REP; Lauren E. Schreyer-Merdinger-145-REP; Robert G. Kahl-164-REP; Carole S. Lindly-180-REP; Andria C. Holp-202-REP; Maria D. Lopez-228-REP; Eric B. Carlson-239-REP; Krissie A. Crowe-239-REP; Alex D. Dischinger-041-LBT   Not Available
File ID 13432 125. Consent ItemDuplicate Warrants - For Ratification The University of Arizona $2,840.00; Lia Sierra $155.00; Liana Joy Condello $1,201.82; ASAVET Veterinary Services, L.L.C. $1,935.00; Lazaro Montoya, d.b.a. Lazco Lath, L.L.C. $9,480.00; Yaquelin Bojorquez Barreras $176.00; C & S Sweeping Services, Inc. $671.70; PMH Office Partners, L.P. $1,591.44; Donald J. Conder $3,750.00.   Not Available
File ID 13442 126. 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 2022.   Not Available
File ID 13435 127. 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 $15,406.39.   Not Available
File ID 13446 128. Consent ItemDuplicate Warrants - For Ratification Bakshi Raj $1,682.95   Not Available
File ID 13465 129. Consent ItemWarrants: August, 2021   Not Available