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Meeting Name: Board of Supervisors Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 6/7/2022 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: ADD2_BOS_COVID-19PremiumPay, RA8_CalltothePublic_SummaryofHealthDepartmentEfforts_6-17-22, CC9_CTN-CR-22-146_CAMemo_HomeProgram_6-17-22, CC21_GTAW22-127_CAMemo_HomeProgram_6-17-22, ADD1_BOS_CAMemo_FCDiscussionswithHudbay_6-20-22, ADD4_BOS_CommentLetter_6-20-22_Redacted, RA18_CA_CAMemo_UseofFundBalance_6-21-22
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File ID 14572 15. Agenda ItemPresentation of the Dr. June Webb-Vignery Advocacy Award from the Metropolitan Education Commission presented by Dr. June Webb-Vignery and Mrs. Mary Belle McCorkle, to the Pima County Board of Supervisors in recognition of their extraordinary work during the pandemic. (District 3)   Not Available
File ID 14574 16. Agenda ItemE-Pollbook Demonstration Electronic pollbook demonstration provided by the Elections Department.   Not Available
File ID 14486 17. Agenda ItemPresentation of a proclamation to Matthew McGlone, Community Outreach Coordinator, Pima County Office of Emergency Management, Ken Drozd, Warning Coordination Meteorologist, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and Courtney Slanaker, Executive Director, Southern Arizona Red Cross, proclaiming the week of June 12 through 18, 2022 to be: “MONSOON SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK"   Not Available
File ID 14531 19. Agenda ItemPublic Sewer Easement Staff recommends approval of a sewer easement on property located at Section 5, T15S, R12E, G&SRM, Pima County, Arizona. (District 3)   Not Available
File ID 14581 110. Agenda ItemContract Tucson Airport Authority, to provide for Regional Drainage Facility - Tucson International Airport, Flood Control Tax Levy Fund, contract amount $720,000.00 (CT-FC-22-370)   Not Available
File ID 14555 111. Agenda ItemAward Award: Master Agreement No. MA-PO-22-170, Baker & Taylor, L.L.C. (Headquarters: Charlotte, NC), Brodart Co. (Headquarters: Williamsport, PA), and Midwest Tape (Headquarters: Holland, OH), to provide for library materials and related services. This master agreement is for an initial term of one (1) year in the shared annual award amount of $4,000,000.00 and includes four (4) one-year renewal options. Funding Source: Library District Fund. Administering Department: Library.   Not Available
File ID 14547 113. Agenda ItemMerit System Commission and Law Enforcement Merit System Council Attorney Discussion/Direction/Action. The five Board of Supervisors-appointed members of the Pima County Merit System Commission and Law Enforcement Merit System Council unanimously object to the attorney hired for them by way of a procurement process (see attached May 10, 2022, letter). The Commissioners want to hire their own attorney when the current attorney's contract is up for renewal on February 8, 2023. The Commission hiring an attorney outside of the procurement process is permissible under Pima County Code 11.04.020(C). Board action is proposed to direct the quasi-judicial Commission to hire its own attorney, effective February 8, 2023. (District 5)   Not Available
File ID 14548 114. Agenda ItemCommunity Bond Program Update Discussion/Direction/Action. The Pima County Board of Supervisors on December 1, 2020, approved a Community Bond Program to provide county-supplied bail bonds for those accused of non-violent criminal offenses for which bail is set at $30,000 or less. The program is to reduce county costs for unwarranted jail detention stints and to improve circumstances for indigents accused of relatively low-level offenses. It is now 18 months since the Board action and no program is in place. Please provide an update on this situation and suggest solutions that can get this beneficial program underway within a reasonable time. (District 5)   Not Available
File ID 14580 115. Agenda ItemJoint Task Force to Address Poverty Discussion/Direction/Action. Request that Bonnie Bazata present “Poverty in Tucson: A Pre- and Post-Pandemic Picture” to the Board of Supervisors (attached). Take action to direct the County Administrator and appropriate County staff to join with the City of Tucson to form a Joint Task Force on Poverty; and, in collaboration with the City, provide the Task Force with the resources necessary to do its work. A similar item passed unanimously at the Mayor & Council meeting on April 19, 2022. The Task Force would involve both City and County departments, outside nonprofit partners, individuals with lived experience, and other private sector partners, and will identify strategies to make ending poverty in our community “everybody’s business.” (District 2)   Not Available
File ID 14524 116. Agenda ItemCounty Administrator’s Update   Not Available
File ID 14576 117. Agenda ItemRevisions to Board of Supervisors Policy Staff recommends approval of the revisions to Board of Supervisors Policy C 2.1, Workplace Ethics, Conduct and Compliance.   Not Available
File ID 14577 118. Agenda ItemPima County Employee Cost of Living Adjustments Direction/Action regarding the preferred salary increase scenarios.   Not Available
File ID 14579 119. Agenda ItemOption to Fund Open Space and Affordable Housing If the Board wishes to fund $2.0 million for Open Space and $5.0 million for future Affordable Housing Task Force Recommendations, staff recommends the following: · Create a $2.0 million PAYGO project within the Capital Projects Fund for the purpose of purchasing Open Space. Delay the $1.25 million Kino South Beach Volleyball PAYGO project and reduce the Canoa Ranch Campground Development PAYGO Project by $0.75 million. · Create a $5.0 million reserve for Future Affordable Housing Recommendations within the General Fund. · Eliminate the $3.0 million from the Contingency - Inflation, Fuel and Security reserve. · Eliminate the $2.0 million operating transfer out to the Facilities Management Renewal Fund Project and the corresponding operating transfer in.   Not Available
File ID 14563 120. Agenda ItemAnnual Action Plan RESOLUTION NO. 2022 - 28, of the Board of Supervisors, to approve submission of the Pima County 2022-2023 Annual Action Plan to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. FY2022/2023 Pima County Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program Location-Applicant/Program/Activity/District/Request/Recommendation Ajo Center for Sustainable Agriculture/Seeds of Future/ps/3/$28,000/$28,000 Ajo - International Sonoran Desert Alliance/Ajo Builds/hsg/3/$50,000/$50,000 Ajo - International Sonoran Desert Alliance/Ajo Works/ps/3/$20,000/$20,000 Ajo - International Sonoran Desert Alliance/Butcher to Brewer/pf/3/$76,650/$55,000 Portable Practical Educational Preparation, Inc./Amado Teen Project/ps/3/$30,000/$30,000 Portable Practical Educational Preparation, Inc./Amado Youth Center/pf/3/$75,000/$75,000 Arivaca Coordinating Council/Arivaca Human Resources/Arivaca Coordinating Council/Arivaca Human Resources Facility Improvements/pf/3/$46,200/$50,000 Avra Water Co-op, Inc./Aging Meter Replacement Program/MXU Install Program/pf/3/$40,000/$30,000 Avra Water Co-op, Inc./   Not Available
File ID 14497 121. Agenda ItemUNFINISHED 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. motion failed · $1,000.00 for 88-CRIME rewards.   Not Available
File ID 14541 122. Agenda ItemRevisions to Personnel Policy Staff recommends approval of the proposed revisions to Personnel Policy No. 8-105, Annual Leave.   Not Available
File ID 14542 123. Agenda ItemRevisions to Board of Supervisors Policy Staff recommends approval of the proposed revisions to Board of Supervisors Policy No. D 23.6, Employee Essential Training.   Not Available
File ID 14565 124. Agenda ItemRevisions to Board of Supervisors Policy Staff recommends approval of the proposed revisions to Board of Supervisors Policy No. C 2.3, Employee Compliance.   Not Available
File ID 14573 125. Agenda ItemLa Posada at Pusch Ridge Project RESOLUTION NO. 2022 - 29, of the Board of Supervisors, approving the proceedings of the Industrial Development Authority of the County of Pima regarding the issuance of its not-to-exceed $225,000,000.00 senior living revenue bonds (La Posada at Pusch Ridge Project, 10930 N. 1st Avenue, 7930 N. Oracle Road and 9740 N. Oracle Road, Suite 102, Oro Valley, Arizona), Series 2022 and declaring an emergency.   Not Available
File ID 14520 126. Agenda ItemAbandonment by Vacation RESOLUTION NO. 2022 - 30, of the Board of Supervisors, for the vacation of a portion of Ina Road and Campbell Avenue, a public roadway, as Pima County Road Abandonment No. A-0065, within Section 5, T13S, R14E, G&SRM, Pima County, Arizona. (District 1)   Not Available
File ID 14521 127. Agenda ItemSale of Real Property - Lot 5 RESOLUTION NO. 2022 - 31, of the Board of Supervisors, authorizing sale of land held by State under a Treasurer’s Deed as Pima County Tax Sale No. TS-0057, Tax Parcel No.113-09-2450. (District 3)   Not Available
File ID 14539 128. Agenda ItemSurplus Property Staff requests approval to sell surplus property consisting of 7,884 square feet of undeveloped vacant residential lot located at 199 W. Florine Drive, Lot 133 Sycamore Vista No. 10N, Tax Parcel No. 305-37-1330, by auction to the highest bidder. (District 4)   Not Available
File ID 14375 129. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Liquor License Job No. 195897, Michelle Ivy Valenzuela, Dollar General Store No. 22864, 6450 S. Sandario Road, Tucson, Series 10, Beer and Wine Store, New License.   Not Available
File ID 14428 130. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Fireworks Permit Anne Connell, Skyline Country Club, 5200 E. Saint Andrews Drive, Tucson, June 17, 2022 at 9:15 p.m.   Not Available
File ID 14549 131. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Specific Plan Rezoning P21SP00002, BRATTON, ET AL. - N. RESERVATION ROAD SPECIFIC PLAN Christopher Bratton, et al., represented by Lazarus & Silvyn, P.C., request a specific plan rezoning for approximately 5.07 acres (Parcel Codes 208-45-004A and 208-45-005B) from the RH (Rural Homestead) zone to the SP (Specific Plan) zone, located on the west side of N. Reservation Road, approximately one and one-half miles north of the T-intersection of N. Reservation Road and W. Mile Wide Road. The proposed specific plan rezoning conforms to the Pima County Comprehensive Plan which designates the property as Low Intensity Rural. On motion, the Planning and Zoning Commission voted 8-0 (Commissioners Hook and Gungle were 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 14550 132. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Rezoning Ordinance ORDINANCE NO. 2022 - 12, P21RZ00011, Dixon Family Revoc TR. - N. Oracle Road Rezoning. Owner: Dixon Family Revoc TR. (District 1)   Not Available
File ID 14551 133. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Rezoning Ordinance ORDINANCE NO. 2022 - 13, P21RZ00014, Biklen - N. Sunrock Lane No. 2 Rezoning. Owner: John Biklen. (District 5)   Not Available
File ID 14552 134. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Rezoning Ordinance ORDINANCE NO. 2022 - 14, P21RZ00016, Markland Investments, L.L.C., et al. - N. La Cholla Boulevard Rezoning. Owner: Markland Investments, L.L.C., et al. (District 1)   Not Available
File ID 14553 135. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Rezoning Ordinance ORDINANCE NO. 2022 - 15, P21RZ00017, Thalma, L.L.C. - W. Ina Road Rezoning. Owner: Thalma, L.L.C. (District 1)   Not Available
File ID 14600 11. Addendum Opposition to the Proposed Copper World Project Resolution RESOLUTION NO. 2022 - 32, of the Board of Supervisors, opposing the proposed Copper World Project. (District 5)   Not Available
File ID 14603 12. Addendum COVID-19 Premium Pay Discussion/Direction/Action regarding the actions taken by the former and current County Administrators in determining the recipients of and the amounts of COVID-19 Premium Pay paid to Pima County employees during FY19/20, FY20/21, and FY21/22. Discussion to include the criteria used to determine when such payment required a vote of the Board of Supervisors. (District 4)   Not Available
File ID 14604 13. Addendum Small Business Commission, COVID-19 Pandemic Response Task Force Discussion/Direction/Action regarding the Small Business Commission recommendation to the Board of Supervisors which outlines the formation of a task force to conduct an after-action analysis of the impacts of the actions taken by the Board during the COVID-19 pandemic, both positive and negative, on the Pima County small business community. The Chair and members of the commission are invited to present during the discussion and respond to any questions that arise. (District 4)   Not Available
File ID 14587 14. Addendum Recommendations for Election Workers and the COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate Staff recommends lifting the mandate concerning the COVID-19 vaccine for the narrowly defined group of Election Workers and that the following mitigating requirements and benefits be followed for all Election Workers: · Election Workers are not permitted to work if experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19 within 48 hours of their scheduled start time; -Cough -Sore Throat -Runny/Stuffy Nose -Muscle Aches -Headaches -Chills -Fatigue -Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea -Fever -Loss of Taste/Smell · Between 36 and 24 hours prior to the scheduled start time, Election Workers shall provide proof of a negative test for COVID-19. · Mask wearing is recommended while working. · Election Workers shall maintain social distancing where possible. · All work surfaces and areas will be routinely wiped down with approved cleaning products. · A $50.00 stipend will be offered to vaccinated Election Workers for whom the County can validate vaccination status.   Not Available
File ID 14605 15. Addendum Anti-Racketeering Revolving Funds Staff recommends approval to utilize Anti-Racketeering Revolving Funds in the amount of $5,000.00 for the Barbea Williams Performing Company, Inc., pursuant to A.R.S. §13-2314.03 and by Board of Supervisors Policy No. C 6.3.   Not Available
File ID 14606 16. Addendum Public Announcement Pursuant to A.R.S. §49-391(C), a public comment period of 30 days must occur before any Pretreatment Consent Decree or Negotiated Settlement Agreement is made final. The Public Information Enforcement File for the following case will be made available for public review or copies may be obtained for $.35 per page at the Public Works Building, Regional Wastewater Reclamation Department’s reception desk, 201 North Stone Avenue, 3rd Floor, Tucson, Arizona, 85701. Comments will be taken for the next thirty days and written comments may be sent to Industrial Wastewater Control, 2955 W. Calle Agua Nueva, Tucson, Arizona 85745-9750. If sufficient interest is expressed, a public hearing may be held by the Board of Supervisors. After the comment period, the Board of Supervisors will vote on acceptance of the following Settlement Agreement: Busy “D” Pumping. The proposed settlement in which Busy “D” Pumping, located at 3255 E. District Street, will complete a Supplemental Environment Project (SEP) in lieu of a monetary penalty as allowed by Section 2.4(C) of Pima County's    Not Available
File ID 14592 17. Addendum CBIZ Benefit & Insurance Services, Inc., d.b.a. CBIZ Talent and Compensation Solutions, to provide for a Classification and Compensation Study, General Fund, contract amount $383,000.00 (MA-PO-22-187) Human Resources   Not Available
File ID 14599 18. Addendum Housing Commission Appointment of JoAnn di Filippo, Ph.D., to fill a vacancy created by Ray Clarke. Term expiration: 12/31/24. (District 4)   Not Available
File ID 14557 11. Contract and/or AwardMetropolitan Tucson Convention and Vistors Bureau, d.b.a. Visit Tucson, Amendment No. 2, 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 $600,000.00 (CT-ED-21-510)   Not Available
File ID 14502 12. Contract and/or AwardMarana Public School District, d.b.a. Marana Unified School District, to provide for the Pima Early Education Program, U.S. Department of Treasury, American Rescue Plan Act - Coronavirus State & Local Fiscal Recovery Funds, contract amount $345,656.00/2 year term (CT-CR-22-359)   Not Available
File ID 14503 13. Contract and/or AwardMarana Public School District, d.b.a. Marana Unified School District, Amendment No. 1, to provide for the Pima Early Education Program and amend contractual language, Town of Marana Grant Fund, contract amount $10,345.00 (CT-CR-21-489)   Not Available
File ID 14522 14. Contract and/or AwardTucson Unified School District, Amendment No. 1, to provide for the Pima Early Education Program, extend contract term to 5/31/24 and amend contractual language, City of Tucson Grant Fund, contract amount $1,021,528.00 (CT-CR-21-429)   Not Available
File ID 14523 15. Contract and/or AwardState of Arizona Early Childhood Development and Health Board, d.b.a. First Things First, Amendment No. 1, to provide for the Pima Early Education Program and amend contractual language, no cost (CT-CR-21-407)   Not Available
File ID 14568 16. Contract and/or AwardPima County Amphitheater Schools, d.b.a Amphitheater Public Schools, Amendment No. 1, to provide for the Pima Early Education Program and amend contractual language, City of Tucson Grant Fund, contract amount $633,600.00 decrease (CT-CR-21-416)   Not Available
File ID 14570 17. Contract and/or AwardPortable Practical Educational Preparation, Inc., to provide for workforce development services (adults), USDOL/ADES WIOA Fund, contract amount $252,098.04 (CT-CR-22-298)   Not Available
File ID 14571 18. Contract and/or AwardPortable Practical Educational Preparation, Inc., to provide for workforce development services (dislocated workers), USDOL/ADES WIOA Fund, contract amount $143,637.62 (CT-CR-22-299)   Not Available
File ID 14578 19. Contract and/or AwardCity of Tucson, to provide an intergovernmental cooperative agreement for the Consortium of the Federal Home Program for Federal Fiscal Years 2023 - 2025, no cost/3 year term (CTN-CR-22-146)   Not Available
File ID 14567 110. Contract and/or AwardThe Tohono O’odham Nation, to provide an intergovernmental agreement for COVID-19 Health Disparities grant funds, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention via ADHS Fund, contract amount $199,998.00 (CT-HD-22-123)   Not Available
File ID 14525 111. Contract and/or AwardNational Park Service, Amendment No. 1, to provide a cooperative agreement to collaborate on conservation, extend contract term to 6/19/27 and amend contractual language, no cost (CTN-SUS-17-209)   Not Available
File ID 14543 112. Contract and/or AwardAward Award: Master Agreement No. MA-PO-22-168, Sierra Vista Glass, d.b.a. Vista Glass (Headquarters: Tucson, AZ), to provide for as-needed and emergency glass repair. This master agreement is for an initial term of one (1) year in the annual award amount of $380,000.00 (including sales tax) and includes four (4) one-year renewal options. Funding Source: General Fund. Administering Department: Facilities Management.   Not Available
File ID 14556 113. Contract and/or AwardArizona Communication Experts, Inc., Solutions i3, L.L.C., and Sturgeon Electric Company, Inc., to provide a job order master agreement for structured cabling services, Various Funds, contract amount $2,000,000.00 (MA-PO-22-179) Facilities Management   Not Available
File ID 14566 114. Contract and/or AwardMotorola Solutions, Inc., Amendment No. 5, to provide for Spillman software, professional services, maintenance and support, amend contractual language and scope of services, General Fund, contract amount $180,000.00 (MA-PO-18-330) Information Technology and Sheriff   Not Available
File ID 14536 115. Contract and/or AwardConterra Ultra Broadband, L.L.C., Amendment No. 1, to provide for a Nonexclusive Right-of-Way Use License for a communications system (Lic-0269), extend contract term to 3/6/27 and amend contractual language, contract amount $1,980.00 revenue (CTN-IT-17-161)   Not Available
File ID 14537 116. Contract and/or AwardGlobal Water - Rincon Water Company Inc., to provide for a Nonexclusive Right-of-Way Use License for public utility facilities (Lic-0337), no cost/25 year term (CTN-RPS-22-154)   Not Available
File ID 14575 117. Contract and/or AwardSprint Spectrum Realty Company, L.L.C., Amendment No. 3, to provide a master agreement for wireless communications facilities and site-specific supplemental agreements for specified locations, extend contract term to 6/5/30 and amend contractual language, contract amount $242,724.99 revenue (CTN-RPS-22-73)   Not Available
File ID 14526 118. Contract and/or AwardMetropolitan Domestic Water Improvement District, Amendment No. 2, to provide for wastewater billing and collection services, extend contract term to 6/30/23 and amend contractual language, RWRD Enterprise Fund, contract amount $478,800.00 (CT-WW-20-306)   Not Available
File ID 14527 119. Contract and/or AwardTown of Oro Valley, Amendment No. 1, to provide for wastewater billing and collection services, extend contract term to 6/30/23 and amend contractual language, RWRD Enterprise Fund, contract amount $435,600.00 (CT-WW-21-367)   Not Available
File ID 14569 120. Contract and/or AwardTown of Oro Valley, to provide for video court hearings of municipal prisoners, contract amount $5,000.00 revenue (CTN-SD-22-134)   Not Available
File ID 14498 121. Consent ItemAcceptance - Community and Workforce Development U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, to provide for the HOME Investment Partnership Subrecipient Agreement between City of Tucson and Pima County, $3,750,000.00/3 year term (GTAW 22-127)   Not Available
File ID 14499 122. Consent ItemAcceptance - Grants Management and Innovation Emergency Food and Shelter Program - Phase ARPA-R, to provide for the Humanitarian relief for individuals at imminent risk of homelessness, $580,632.00 (GTAW 22-116)   Not Available
File ID 14500 123. Consent ItemAcceptance - Health Arizona Department of Health Services, to provide for the Pima County HIV Surveillance Program, $60,682.00/4 year term 5 year term (GTAW 22-123)   Not Available
File ID 14501 124. Consent ItemAcceptance - Health Arizona Department of Health Services, to provide for the Well Woman Health Check Program, $518,100.00 (GTAW 22-124)   Not Available
File ID 14516 125. Consent ItemAcceptance - Health Exact Sciences Corporation, to provide for the Unrestricted Grant Agreement for colorectal cancer prevention, screening and care coordination, $124,850.00 (GTAW 22-115)   Not Available
File ID 14517 126. Consent ItemAcceptance - Health Arizona Department of Health Services, Amendment No. 2, to provide for the Health Start Program and extend grant term to 7/5/23, $201,860.00 (GTAM 22-90)   Not Available
File ID 14519 127. Consent ItemAcceptance - Justice Services U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance via the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission, to provide for the Arizona Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding Program, $91,030.00/3 year term (GTAW 22-111)   Not Available
File ID 14532 128. Consent ItemAcceptance - Natural Resources, Parks and Recreation Arizona Game and Fish Commission, Amendment No. 1, to provide for the shooting range development grant and extend grant term to 6/1/23, no cost (GTAM 22-84)   Not Available
File ID 14533 129. Consent ItemAcceptance - Pima County Attorney’s Office U.S. Department of Justice, OJP, Amendment No. 3, to provide for the Pima County Attorney’s Office Mitigation of Coronavirus Exposure, $36,665.04 (GTAM 22-94)   Not Available
File ID 14534 130. Consent ItemAcceptance - Pima Animal Care Center Friends of Pima Animal Care, Amendment No. 3, to provide a funding agreement extension for Vet Care at PACC and extend grant term to 6/30/23, $250,000.00 (GTAM 22-93)   Not Available
File ID 14544 131. Consent ItemAcceptance - Public Defense Services U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Children’s Bureau, Amendment No. 9, to provide for the Title IV-E Federal Foster Care Matching Funds, $442,596.94 (GTAM 22-87)   Not Available
File ID 14545 132. Consent ItemAcceptance - Sheriff Arizona Criminal Justice Commission, Amendment No. 1, to provide for the Arizona Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding Program and extend grant term to 1/31/23, $51,850.00 (GTAM 22-82)   Not Available
File ID 14546 133. Consent ItemAcceptance - Sheriff Executive Office of the President, Office of National Drug Control Policy, to provide for the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas Program, $1,060,923.00 (GTAW 22-125)   Not Available
File ID 14561 134. Consent ItemAcceptance - Sheriff Governor’s Office of Highway Safety, to provide for the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety Prop 207 BERLA iVe Toolkit, $9,635.00 (GTAW 22-118)   Not Available
File ID 14562 135. Consent ItemAcceptance - Sheriff Phoenix Police Department, Arizona ICAC Task Force Lead Agency, to provide for the Arizona internet crimes against children, no cost/5 year term (GTAW 22-117)   Not Available
File ID 14514 136. Consent ItemElection Integrity Commission Reappointment of Arthur Kerschen. Term expiration: 2/5/24. (Libertarian Party recommendation)   Not Available
File ID 14538 137. Consent ItemWorkforce Investment Board A. Appointments of Victor Gonzalez, representing GECD; Philanthropic Organization, to replace Dr. Margaret Higgins and Magdalena Verdugo, representing Workforce; CBO, to replace Michele Bettini. Term expirations: 9/30/24. (Commission recommendations) B. Staff recommends approval of amendments to the Workforce Investment Board By-Laws.   Not Available
File ID 14475 138. Consent ItemSpecial Event · Robert Shevlin, Rotary Club of Green Valley, Santa Cruz Valley Regional Hospital, 4455 I-19 Frontage Road, Green Valley, May 26, 2022. · Kelly Wild, Tucson Rebels Fastpitch, Brandi Fenton Park, 3482 E. River Road, Tucson, June 4, 2022.   Not Available
File ID 14493 139. Consent ItemTemporary Extension · 06100203, Jeffrey Craig Miller, Hot Rods Old Vail, 10500 E. Old Vail Road, Tucson, May 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, June 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 29, 30, July 1, 2, 3 and 4, 2022. · 07100326, Thomas Robert Aguilera, Tucson Hop Shop, 3230 N. Dodge Boulevard, Tucson, May 22, 2022. · 12104529, Kevin Arnold Kramber, Wild Garlic Grill, 2870 E. Skyline Drive, Tucson, June 1, 2022 through January 1, 2023.   Not Available
File ID 14518 140. Consent ItemDuplicate Warrants - For Ratification Dana Dent $150.00; Dana Dent $150.00; National Archives and Records Administration $50.00; IDentisource, L.L.C. $746.37; West Publishing Corporation $730.79; HSL La Reserve Properties, L.L.C. $7,825.42; Sonia Nieto $4,200.00; Melissa Rogers $45.00; Salvation Army $1,461.02; GRI River Center, L.L.C. $2,216.78; Banner-University Medical Center South Campus, L.L.C. $42,134.84.   Not Available
File ID 14530 141. Consent ItemJudge Pro Tempore Appointments Appointments of Judges Pro Tempore of the Pima County Consolidated, Green Valley and Ajo Justice Courts for the period of July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023: John Davis; Carmen Dolny; Maria Felix; Charles Harrington; Paul Julien; Frederick S. Klein; Ronald J. Newman; Sarah R. Simmons and Brick P. Storts, Ill.   Not Available
File ID 14585 142. Consent ItemWarrants: May, 2022   Not Available