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Meeting Name: Board of Supervisors Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 5/17/2022 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: ADD7_BOS_CostofLiving_CommentLetter_5-18-22, ADD11_BOS_CAMemo_PAFforChuckHuckelberry_5-18-22, ADD7_BOS_CostofLiving_CommentLetter_5-20-22_Redacted, ADD7_BOS_CostofLiving_CommentLetter2_5-20-22
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File ID 14451 15. Agenda ItemPresentation of a proclamation to Donna Piechura, Jeff Piechura’s wife; Staci Piechura, daughter; Jared McGovern, family friend; Shane Clark, Director, Office of Emergency Management; Brad Bradley, Fire Chief; Northwest Fire District, and Gary (retired, Northwest Fire District) and Mindy West, family friends, in honor of the memory of Chief Jeff Piechura.   Not Available
File ID 14485 11. Addendum Presentation of a proclamation to Nancy Cole, Director, Capital Program Office, Pima County and Arizona American Public Works Association Board Member, proclaiming the week of May 15 through 21, 2022, to be: "PUBLIC WORKS WEEK"   Not Available
File ID 14506 12. Addendum Presentation of a proclamation to Ericka Irvin, Executive Director, Mental Health America Arizona, and Michelle Crow, Southern Arizona Director, Children’s Action Alliance, proclaiming the month of May 2022 to be: "MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH IN PIMA COUNTY"   Not Available
File ID 14492 13. Addendum Proclaiming Friday, June 3, 2022 to be: “NATIONAL GUN VIOLENCE AWARENESS DAY”   Not Available
File ID 14507 14. Addendum Pursuant to A.R.S. §38-431.03(A) (3) and (4), for legal advice and direction regarding Lake v. Hobbs.   Not Available
File ID 14508 15. Addendum Pursuant to A.R.S. §38-431.03(A) (3), for legal advice regarding the Constable disciplinary process.   Not Available
File ID 14478 18. BudgetHearing Review and adoption of the Flood Control District Tentative Budget for Fiscal Year 2022/2023.   Not Available
File ID 14476 19. BudgetHearing Review and adoption of the following County Improvement District Tentative Budgets for Fiscal Year 2022/2023: IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT FY 22-23 PROPERTY TAX LEVY Other Improvement District HAYHOOK RANCH $40,000 Street Lighting Improvement District CARDINAL ESTATES $11,065 CARRIAGE HILLS NO. 1 $ 7,775 CARRIAGE HILLS NO. 3 $ 2,131 DESERT STEPPES $ 4,664 HERMOSA HILLS ESTATES $ 3,597 LAKESIDE NO. 1 $ 5,906 LITTLETOWN $21,377 LONGVIEW ESTATES NO. 1 $ 8,439 LONGVIEW ESTATES NO. 2 $ 9,772 MAÑANA GRANDE B $ 6,662 MAÑANA GRANDE C $10,883 MIDVALE PARK $14,201 MORTIMORE ADDITION $25,803 OAKTREE NO. 1 $22,746 OAKTREE NO. 2 $16,893 OAKTREE NO. 3 $29,531 ORANGE GROVE VALLEY $ 6,745 PEACH VALLEY $ 3,839 PEPPERTREE $ 9,848 ROLLING HILLS $21,587 SALIDA DEL SOL $13,753   Not Available
File ID 14479 110. BudgetHearing Review and adoption of the Library District Tentative Budget for Fiscal Year 2022/2023.   Not Available
File ID 14477 111. BudgetHearing Review and adoption of the Rocking K South Community Facilities District Tentative Budget for Fiscal Year 2022/2023.   Not Available
File ID 14480 112. BudgetHearing Review and adoption of the Stadium District Tentative Budget for Fiscal Year 2022/2023.   Not Available
File ID 14481 113. BudgetHearing Review and adoption of the Tentative County Budget for Fiscal Year 2022/2023.   Not Available
File ID 14482 114. BudgetHearing Review and adoption of the Debt Service Tentative County Budget for Fiscal Year 2022/2023.   Not Available
File ID 14448 115. Agenda ItemGrant Acceptance Institute of Museum and Library Services, Amendment No. 1, to provide for the Our Story - A Communities of Color Curation Project and amend grant language, no cost (GTAM 22-83)   Not Available
File ID 14469 116. Agenda ItemContract Pascua Yaqui Tribe, to provide for cooperative library services, no cost/5 year term (CTN-LIB-22-143)   Not Available
File ID 14460 118. Agenda ItemOffice of U.S. Senator Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona Presentation Discussion/Action. Presentation by Troy Kimball, Constituent Affairs Representative, Office of U.S. Senator Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, to provide an update to the Board on the Senator's work and priorities. Also, discussion regarding any issues or concerns that Senator Sinema's office can help with in providing assistance to the Board. (Districts 1 and 5)   Not Available
File ID 14462 119. Agenda ItemRequest for Reconsideration - District 3 A. On May 3, 2022, the Board of Supervisors took the following action: UNFINISHED BUSINESS (3/15/22, 4/5/22 and 4/19/22) Initial Court Appearances Staff requests approval of a ten (10) year extension for the Intergovernmental Agreement between Superior Court, Justice Court, and the City of Tucson Court, to provide for joint participation and pro-rata cost sharing for initial appearances and/or misdemeanor arraignments. A substitute motion was made by Supervisor Heinz and seconded by Supervisor Grijalva to approve the draft agreement dated April 29, 2022, include the following language as recommended by Dean Brault, Public Defense Services Director, "The Court shall make an unambiguous written record any time when the general conditions of release set by the Court are different from the Pretrial Services report recommendation," and extend the agreement for 1 year. Upon roll call vote, the motion carried 3-2, Supervisors Christy and Scott voted "Nay." approve B. If motion to reconsider is approved, proceed with reconsideration of t   Not Available
File ID 14456 120. Agenda ItemCounty Administrator’s Update   Not Available
File ID 14473 121. Agenda ItemRecommendation for Additional Sick Leave for those Negatively Affected by the April 2020 Stay-At-Home Order Staff recommends the elimination of item three (3) from the criteria as detailed in the County Administrator’s Memorandum dated May 17, 2022, and approval of 80 hours of supplemental sick leave for full-time employees and 40 hours of sick leave for part-time and intermittent employees who were required to use their leave accruals during the Governor’s Stay-At-Home Order in 2020.   Not Available
File ID 14483 122. Agenda ItemModifications to Employee COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement In response to House Bill 2498, staff recommends approval of the following actions: 1. The general requirement for COVID-19 vaccination for the purpose of hiring or promotion be continued until HB2498 takes effect ninety days after the end of the legislative session. 2. The COVID-19 vaccine requirement as a condition of employment remain in place for the purpose of employee protection for personnel working in or having consistent exposure to environments where clinical care is delivered. 3. Continue the provision of incentives, including wellness points, for the documentation of COVID-19 (primary or booster) vaccination.   Not Available
File ID 14464 123. Agenda ItemPetition for Relief of Taxes Pursuant to A.R.S. §42-11109(E), Orthodox Christian Sisterhood of the Holy Unmercenaries, has petitioned the Board of Supervisors for relief of taxes and associated interest/penalty for tax years 2020 and 2021, for Tax Parcel Nos. 219-27-002G and 219-32-003C, and for tax year 2020, for Tax Parcel No. 219-27-003D.   Not Available
File ID 14461 124. Agenda ItemRevisions to Board of Supervisors Policy Staff recommends approval of the proposed revisions to Board of Supervisors Policy No. D 22.11, Public Safety Personnel Retirement System and Corrections Officer Retirement Plan Pension Funding.   Not Available
File ID 14431 125. Agenda ItemUNFINISHED BUSINESS (5/3/22) Revisions to Board of Supervisors Policy Staff recommends approval of the proposed revisions to Board of Supervisors Policy No. C 2.4, Board Policy on Non-Interference in Administrative Affairs.   Not Available
File ID 14443 126. Agenda ItemPrimary Election Early Ballot Drop-Off Sites and Emergency Voting Locations RESOLUTION NO. 2022 - 26, of the Board of Supervisors, relating to elections; approving the early ballot drop-off sites and authorizing emergency voting locations for the 2022 Primary Election.   Not Available
File ID 14444 127. Agenda ItemGeneral Election Early Ballot Drop-Off Sites and Emergency Voting Locations RESOLUTION NO. 2022 - 27, of the Board of Supervisors, relating to elections; approving the early ballot drop-off sites and authorizing emergency voting locations for the 2022 General Election.   Not Available
File ID 14237 128. Public Hearing Item(Clerk’s Note: Must meet Home Occupation standards of 18.09.030, including, but not limited to no more than five clients or deliveries in one day.) Hearing - Liquor License Job No. 189955, Shelly Christine Gerrish, Monsoon Vermut, 6940 N. Bobcat Lane, Tucson, Series 13, Farm Winery, New License.   Not Available
File ID 14250 129. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Liquor License Job No. 189681, Rebecca Debenport Safford, Tap and Bottle North, 7254 N. Oracle Road, Tucson, Series 6, Bar, Location Transfer and Person Transfer.   Not Available
File ID 14300 130. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Fireworks Permit Bobby Retz, Westin La Paloma Resort, 3660 E. Sunrise Drive, Tucson, May 22, 2022 at 8:00 p.m.   Not Available
File ID 14315 131. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Fireworks Permit Kevin Amidan, Sabino High School, 5000 N. Bowes Road, Tucson, May 26, 2022 at 9:00 p.m.   Not Available
File ID 14495 16. Addendum Affordable Housing Discussion/Direction/Action. A presentation of Pima County experts to the Pima County Affordable Housing Task Force recently identified nine county-owned parcels that could be used for affordable housing. The presenters said the county owns many other parcels that have potential use for affordable housing, but they have not been identified and inventoried. Pima County staff should be directed to compile a complete inventory of surplus county-owned parcels and buildings that could be used for development of affordable housing. (District 5)   Not Available
File ID 14504 17. Addendum Cost of Living/Market Adjustment Salary Increases, FY23 Budget Discussion/Direction/Action: Directing the County Administrator and staff to implement a variation on the administrator’s proposed market salary increases for the Pima County workforce in the FY23 Budget. Specifically, in place of the administrator’s proposed 5% increase for employees who earn up to $75,000 per year; 3% increase for employees who earn between $75,001 and $150,000 per year; and 1% for employees who earn more than $150,000 per year, I move the following: Current Employee Wage-Salary/Market Adjustment Increase, FY23 A) Earn $25/hour or less ($52,000/yr or less)/8.5% B) Earn between $25.01 and 36.057/hour (between $52,001 and $75,000/yr)/6.0% C) Earn between $36.058 and 46.00/hour (between $75,001 and $95,680/yr)/4.0% D) Earn between $46.001 and $72.1154/hour (between $95,681 and $150,000/yr)/3.0% E) Earn $150,001 and above/1.0% See attachment for further details, including cost analysis. (District 2)   Not Available
File ID 14509 18. Addendum Changes to the 2022-2023 Pima County Budget Discussion/Direction/Action. Changes to the 2022-2023 Pima County Budget: · Allocate $2 million from an appropriate place in the budget for the purchase of open space for conservation in accord with the Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan. The Office of Sustainability and Conservation would identify the lands as priorities for purchase. · Allocate $5 million from an appropriate place in the budget for the development of affordable housing in accord with recommendations of the Pima County Affordable Housing Task Force and at the direction of the Community and Workforce Development Department. (District 5)   Not Available
File ID 14510 19. Addendum Public Posting of Board of Supervisors Directed Memoranda and Correspondence Discussion/Direction/Action regarding the apparent change in policy regarding the public posting of communications from the County Administrator to the Board of Supervisors. Several items transmitted to the Board recently remain unposted, yet the County Administrator's web page states the following: Board of Supervisors Directed Memoranda and Correspondence Review all memoranda and correspondence from the County Administrator to the Board of Supervisors from 2013 to present. (District 4)   Not Available
File ID 14511 110. Addendum Vote Center Implementation Plan Discussion/Direction/Action regarding an update from the Pima County Elections Department and the Pima County Recorder's Office as to the current status of the vote center implementation plan. It is requested that the offices conduct a demonstration of the vote center model during the June 7, 2022 Board of Supervisors’ Meeting. (District 4)   Not Available
File ID 14512 111. Addendum (Clerk’s Note: Supervisor Christy requests this item be heard at a time certain of 10:00 a.m.) Former County Administrator's Termination and Severance Payment Discussion/Direction/Action regarding former County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry's employment status with Pima County and the amount paid in severance per Item No. 6 in his employment contract. This item will allow, include, and not be limited to matters related to Mr. Huckelberry's changed employment status effective April 5, 2022. All documents pertinent to this item are requested for review. Further, it is requested that representatives of the Human Resources and Finance Departments who are familiar with these details be present. (District 4)   Not Available
File ID 14513 112. Addendum COVID-19 Premium Payments Discussion/Direction/Action regarding the incentive payments made during the pandemic in 2021 to certain employees within "Central Administrative Services and the County Administrator's Office", as discussed in the County Administrator's memorandum dated May 10, 2022. Discussion to include, but not be limited to, the criteria used for employee selection and in determining amounts paid. (District 4)   Not Available
File ID 14490 113. Addendum Appointment of Pima County Public Fiduciary Staff recommends the appointment of Justin Cluck as Pima County Public Fiduciary with an annual salary of $109,990.40.   Not Available
File ID 14497 114. Agenda ItemCONTINUED ITEM (6/7/22) UNFINISHED BUSINESS (5/17/22) Anti-Racketeering Revolving Funds Staff recommends approval to utilize Anti-Racketeering Revolving Funds. Approval is required pursuant to A.R.S. §13-2314.03 and by Board of Supervisors Policy No. C 6.3, for the following: · $5,000.00 for the University High School Graduation Night. · $1,000.00 for 88-CRIME rewards.   Not Available
File ID 14487 115. Addendum Pima County Amphitheater Schools, d.b.a. Amphitheater Public Schools, to provide for the Pima Early Education Program, U.S. Department of Treasury and ARPA-CSLFRF Funds, contract amount $3,548,960.00/3 year term (CT-CR-22-353)   Not Available
File ID 14494 116. Addendum Mesch, Clark and Rothschild, P.C., Amendment No. 2, to provide for legal representation of Pima County, et al., in Whiting v. Pima County, et al., 4:19-cv-00249 and amend contractual language, Risk Management Tort Fund, contract amount $75,000.00 (CT-FN-21-346)   Not Available
File ID 14489 117. Addendum Tyler Technologies, Inc., to provide for Tyler Technologies records management software, Recorder Special Revenue Fund, contract amount $2,393,260.00/5 year term (MA-PO-22-166) Recorder’s Office and Information Technology   Not Available
File ID 14488 118. Addendum State of Arizona, Department of Transportation, to provide for the design and construction of improvements to Sunset Road: I-10 to River Road, Development Impact Fees and HURF Funds, contract amount $22,359,000.00/5 year term (CT-TR-22-365)   Not Available
File ID 14468 11. Contract and/or AwardCity of Tucson, to provide for the Pima County Attorney’s Victim Services Division, contract amount $24,900.00 revenue (CTN-PCA-22-136)   Not Available
File ID 14463 12. Contract and/or AwardEl Rio Santa Cruz Neighborhood Health Center, Inc., to provide for El Rio Lease Agreement - Suite 130-140 Abrams Building, 1st Floor, contract amount $2,716,743.42 revenue/5 year term (CTN-FM-22-128)   Not Available
File ID 14465 13. Contract and/or AwardBanner-University Medical Center South Campus, L.L.C., Amendment No. 2, to provide for Banner Lease early termination, contract amount $51,318.50 revenue decrease (CTN-FM-13-54)   Not Available
File ID 14470 14. Contract and/or AwardRaquel D. Goodrich, d.b.a. Text, Talk, Act, L.L.C., Amendment No. 1, to provide for connecting to mental health supports through mobile texting, extend contract term to 5/31/23, amend contractual language and scope of services, CDC via ADHS Funds, contract amount $84,000.00 (CT-HD-22-206)   Not Available
File ID 14433 15. Contract and/or AwardAward Award: Master Agreement No. MA-PO-22-107, Empire Southwest, L.L.C., d.b.a. Empire Machinery (Headquarters: Mesa, AZ), to provide for Caterpillar equipment parts, repair and service. This master agreement is for an initial term of one (1) year in the annual award amount of $353,000.00 (including sales tax) and includes four (4) one-year renewal options. Funding Source: Fleet Services Ops Fund. Administering Department: Fleet Services.   Not Available
File ID 14447 16. Contract and/or AwardAward Award: Master Agreement No. MA-PO-22-161, Hill Brothers Chemical Company (Headquarters: Brea, CA), to provide for sewer system odor control chemicals. This master agreement is for an initial term of one (1) year in the annual award amount of $1,600,000.00 (including sales tax) and includes four (4) one-year renewal options. Funding Source: WW Ops Fund. Administering Department: Regional Wastewater Reclamation.   Not Available
File ID 14449 17. Contract and/or AwardAward Award: Master Agreement No. MA-PO-22-152, Precision Heli-Support, L.L.C. (Headquarters: Anchorage, AK), to provide for helicopter parts, equipment and service. This master agreement is for an initial term of one (1) year in the annual award amount of $343,850.00 (including sales tax) and includes four (4) one-year renewal options. Funding Source: General Fund. Administering Department: Sheriff.   Not Available
File ID 14453 18. Contract and/or AwardHach Company, to provide for Hach equipment, parts and service, WW Ops Fund, contract amount $514,000.00 (MA-PO-22-138) Regional Wastewater Reclamation   Not Available
File ID 14454 19. Contract and/or AwardJot Properties, L.L.C., Amendment No. 3, to provide for hotel shelter services, extend contract term to 12/18/22 and amend contractual language, FEMA EFSP Humanitarian Fund, contract amount $2,800,000.00 (MA-PO-22-30) Health and Community and Workforce Development   Not Available
File ID 14472 110. Contract and/or AwardVirgin Pulse, Inc., to provide for Employee Wellness Service, Health Benefit Self-Insurance Fund, contract amount $800,000.00 (MA-PO-22-137) Information Technology   Not Available
File ID 14471 111. Contract and/or AwardChevo Studios, Inc., to provide for South Houghton Road widening, artist services, Impact Fees Fund, contract amount $216,000.00/2 year term (CT-TR-22-288)   Not Available
File ID 14439 112. Consent ItemAcceptance - Environmental Quality Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, to provide for the Pima County DEQ Voluntary No Drive Day/Clean Air Program, $268,250.00 (GTAW 22-113)   Not Available
File ID 14452 113. Consent ItemAcceptance - Grant Management and Innovation Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP), National Board, Amendment No. 4, to provide for the FEMA, EFSP, Humanitarian Relief Fund - Advance Grant Award, $1,600,000.00 (GTAM 22-78)   Not Available
File ID 14459 114. Consent ItemAcceptance - Health First Things First, Pima North and South Regional Partnership Councils, Amendment No. 4, to provide for the First Smiles Matter Oral Health Program and extend grant term to 6/30/23, $760,766.00 (GTAM 22-81)   Not Available
File ID 14466 115. Consent ItemAcceptance - Health National Association of County and City Health Officials, to provide for implementation of overdose prevention strategies at the local level, $170,141.23 (GTAW 22-112)   Not Available
File ID 14467 116. Consent ItemAcceptance - Health Arizona Department of Health Services, Amendment No. 1, to provide for the COVID-19 ELC Funding for K-12 School Reopening and extend grant term to 5/31/23, no cost (GTAM 22-80)   Not Available
File ID 14351 117. Consent ItemSpecial Event · Tamara M. Middleton, St. Rita in the Desert Catholic Church, St. Rita in the Desert Parish Hall, 13260 E. Colossal Cave Road, Vail, May 7, 8, 14 and 15, 2022. · Thomas G. Boyle, American Patriot Memorial, Veterans Memorial Plaza/Gold Star Family Park, Tucson, May 14, 2022. · Javier Salomon, Flowers and Bullets, 7532 W. Hermans Road, Tucson, June 18, 2022.   Not Available
File ID 14450 118. Consent ItemTemporary Extension 015100018334, Craig Stephen Ivanyi, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, 2021 N. Kinney Road, Tucson, May 14, 2022.   Not Available
File ID 14474 119. Consent ItemCancellation of Uncontested Precinct Committeeman Races Staff requests cancellation of those uncontested elections for Precinct Committeeman on the August 2, 2022 Primary Election ballot and appointment of those who filed nomination petitions or write-in nomination papers.   Not Available
File ID 14360 120. Consent ItemDuplicate Warrants - For Ratification El Rio Santa Cruz Neighborhood Health Center, Inc. $3,927.08; Thien Dinh $13,870.00; Merit Foods, L.L.C. $560.56; Garcia Court Reporting $679.60; Key Consulting, Inc. $9,145.00; Northpoint Asset Management $6,255.00.   Not Available
File ID 14352 121. Consent ItemDuplicate Warrants - For Ratification Title Security Agency, L.L.C. $741.78 and $810.30   Not Available
File ID 14457 122. Consent ItemMinutes: April 5, 2022   Not Available