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Meeting Name: Board of Supervisors Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 9/6/2022 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: CC8_CT-FNC-21-197_CAMemo_9-7-22, RA17_BOS_CAMemo_Follow-upInfoVacTimeAccruals_9-9-22, RA16_BOS_RTAFollow-upCommentLetter_9-13-22, RA8_CalltothePublic_Laux_9-13-22, CC2_CT-CR-22-134_CAMemo_EmergencyRentalAssistanceProgram_9-14-22, CC9_CT-GMI-21-452_CAMemo_ClarifyingFoodandShelter_9-14-22, CC12_CT-GMI-21-452_CAMemo_ClarifyingFoodandShelter_9-14-22, ADD2_BOS_CAMemo_HumanResourcesIssues_9-14-22, RA15_BOS_ElectionsAfter-ActionReport_CommentLetter_9-19-22_Redacted, RA36_DSD_P22RZ00004_CommentLetter_9-19-22_Redacted
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File ID 14942 15. Agenda ItemPresentation of a proclamation to Christina Bickelmann, Executive Director, and Shelly Jernigan, Communications and Events Director, National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), proclaiming the month of September 2022 to be: "SUICIDE PREVENTION AWARENESS MONTH"   Not Available
File ID 14946 16. Agenda ItemPresentation of a proclamation to Matt McGlone, Community Outreach Coordinator, Pima County Office of Emergency Management; Louie Valenzuela, Emergency Management and Safety Coordinator, Town of Oro Valley; Michael Hammarstrom, South Region Field Coordinator, Department of Emergency and Military Affairs; Michael Allen, Disaster Program Manager, and Courtney Slanaker, Executive Director, Southern Arizona Chapter - American Red Cross, proclaiming the month of September 2022 to be: "PREPAREDNESS MONTH"   Not Available
File ID 14969 17. Agenda ItemPresentation of a proclamation to Lee Itule-Klasen, Program Manager, Tobacco and Chronic Disease Prevention Program, Pima County Health Department, and Rebekah McGee, Vice President, Population Health Initiatives, Pima Council on Aging; Co-Chairs, Southern Arizona Chapter of the Arizona Falls Prevention Coalition, proclaiming the month of September 2022 to be: "FALLS PREVENTION AWARENESS MONTH"   Not Available
File ID 15017 11. Addendum Presentation of a proclamation to Richard Noel, Director, Jam2Grow, L.L.C., and Ron Burton, Retired Administrator, City of Tucson Parks and Recreation Department, proclaiming the day of Saturday, September 17, 2022 to be: "INTERNATIONAL PEACE DAY IN PIMA COUNTY"   Not Available
File ID 14947 19. Agenda ItemRiparian Habitat Mitigation Staff requests approval of a Riparian Habitat Mitigation Plan and In-Lieu Fee proposal in the amount of $26,400.00 for Rincon X9 Water Plant upgrades located at 17950 E. Cactus Hill Road, located within Regulated Riparian Habitat and classified as Important Riparian Area with an Underlying Classification of Hydromesoriparian Habitat. (District 4)   Not Available
File ID 14948 110. Agenda ItemRiparian Habitat Mitigation Staff requests approval of a Riparian Habitat Mitigation Plan and In-Lieu Fee proposal in the amount of $2,470.00 for a previously unpermitted disturbance located at 10095 N. Camino Pico Vista, located within Regulated Riparian Habitat and classified as Xeroriparian Class C. (District 3)   Not Available
File ID 14954 111. Agenda ItemRiparian Habitat Mitigation Staff requests approval of a Riparian Habitat Mitigation Plan and In-Lieu Fee proposal in the amount of $4,347.00 for placement of a single family residence located at 3569 E. Secret Canyon, located within Regulated Riparian Habitat and classified as Xeroriparian Class B. (District 1)   Not Available
File ID 14987 112. Agenda ItemContract M. Anderson Construction Corp., Hallmark Landscape & Design, Inc., and Santa Rita Landscaping, L.L.C., to provide a job order master agreement for landscaping installation and improvement services, Flood Control District Levy and Various Other Funds, contract amount $1,500,000.00 (MA-PO-23-17) Regional Flood Control District   Not Available
File ID 14958 114. Agenda ItemJuan Cruz Memorial Overpass RESOLUTION NO. 2022 - 56, of the Board of Supervisors, relating to naming of the Interstate 10 Ruthrauff Road Overpass; and recommending that the Overpass be named the “Juan Cruz Memorial Overpass.” (District 3)   Not Available
File ID 14988 115. Agenda ItemElections Division After-Action Report Discussion/Action: Review of the “after-action” report from the Elections Division about the August primary elections, as requested by the Board at our last regular meeting. (District 1)   Not Available
File ID 14989 116. Agenda ItemUpdate on the Development of an RTA Next Plan Discussion/Action: Update for the Board of Supervisors regarding the development of an RTA Next plan to submit to the voters of Pima County prior to the expiration of the current RTA plan. (District 1)   Not Available
File ID 15015 117. Agenda ItemUNFINISHED BUSINESS (8/2/22) Vacation Time Accruals Discussion/Direction/Action: Directing the County Administrator and County staff to amend the County’s BOS Policies, Administrative Procedures and/or Personnel Policies and Merit Rules, to make the following four adjustments to Vacation Leave: (a) Increase the number of vacation days accrued for all levels/tenures of employment by a total of five days per year (40.0 hours per year), as follows: Years of Employment with Pima County/Current Vacation Days Accrued Per Year/Proposed Vacation Days Accrued Per Year/Total Additional Vacation Days per Year 0-2 years/ 12/ 17/ 5 3-7 years/ 15/ 20/ 5 8-14 years/ 18/ 23/ 5 15+ years/ 21/ 26/ 5 (b) Front load 40 hours (5 days) of vacation time to day 1 of someone’s full-time employment with the County (prorated accordingly for part-time employees) and have the remaining hours begin accruing also on day 1 of employment. (c) Ensure that a returning employee is credited for previous service to the County. A returning employee (who did not retire, and left and returns on good terms) will begin to ac   Not Available
File ID 14951 118. Agenda ItemCounty Administrator’s Update   Not Available
File ID 14945 119. Agenda ItemAvra Valley Irrigation and Drainage District Annual Election Cancellation Discussion/action regarding a request, pursuant to A.R.S. §16-410(A), to cancel the annual election of the Board of Directors of the Avra Valley Irrigation and Drainage District and appoint John Kai, Jr., as Director of Division I of the Avra Valley Irrigation and Drainage District, to serve a three-year term, effective January 1, 2023.   Not Available
File ID 14964 120. Agenda ItemLocal Workforce Development Area Plan Modification 2020-2023 Staff recommends approval of the Local Plan Modification. If approved, the plan will be sent to the State for the Governor's Workforce Arizona Council ratification into Arizona's Unified Combined State Plan under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.   Not Available
File ID 15009 121. Agenda ItemFinal Plat Without Assurances P21FP00017, Falcon 17, Lots 1 and 2. (District 1)   Not Available
File ID 14976 122. Agenda ItemGreen Valley Domestic Water Improvement District Election RESOLUTION NO. 2022 - 57, of the Board of Supervisors, canceling the election for District Board Members of the Green Valley Domestic Water Improvement District and appointing John Green, Joseph H. Krumine Ill, George Orndorff and Eric Sullwold to the Green Valley Domestic Water Improvement District Board of Directors.   Not Available
File ID 14977 123. Agenda ItemMarana Domestic Water Improvement District Election RESOLUTION NO. 2022 - 58, of the Board of Supervisors, canceling the election for District Board Members of the Marana Domestic Water Improvement District and appointing Philip Breton, Gordon Emholtz, and John Griffin to the Marana Domestic Water Improvement District Board of Directors.   Not Available
File ID 14978 124. Agenda ItemMetropolitan Domestic Water Improvement District Election RESOLUTION NO. 2022 - 59, of the Board of Supervisors, canceling the election for District Board Members of the Metropolitan Domestic Water Improvement District and appointing James Doyle, Richard Sarti and Scott Schladweiler to the Metropolitan Domestic Water Improvement District Board of Directors.   Not Available
File ID 14979 125. Agenda ItemMount Lemmon Domestic Water Improvement District Election RESOLUTION NO. 2022 - 60, of the Board of Supervisors, canceling the election for District Board Members of the Mount Lemmon Domestic Water Improvement District and appointing Diana Osborne and John Mulay to the Mount Lemmon Domestic Water Improvement District Board of Directors.   Not Available
File ID 14980 126. Agenda ItemWhy Domestic Water Improvement District Election RESOLUTION NO. 2022 - 61, of the Board of Supervisors, canceling the election for District Board Members of the Why Domestic Water Improvement District and appointing William Hadley Jr., and Ami Pate to the Why Domestic Water Improvement District Board of Directors.   Not Available
File ID 14981 127. Agenda ItemCancellation of Uncontested Fire and Health District Elections Staff recommends approval of the resignations and appointments put forth by the County and cancellation of the uncontested Fire and Health District elections for the November 8, 2022 General Election.   Not Available
File ID 14930 128. Agenda ItemTohono O'odham Nation State-Shared Revenue Program Funds RESOLUTION NO. 2022 - 62, of the Board of Supervisors, to approve acceptance of Tohono O'odham Nation State-Shared Revenue Program Funds and pass-through to the entities in Pima County selected by the Tohono O'odham Nation.   Not Available
File ID 14938 129. Agenda ItemRevisions to Personnel Policy Staff requests approval of the proposed revisions to Personnel Policy No. 8-107, Special Leaves of Absence with Pay.   Not Available
File ID 15004 130. Agenda ItemCascade Apartments Project RESOLUTION NO. 2022 - 63, 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 $14,000,000.00 multifamily housing revenue bonds (Cascade Apartments Project, 1346 N. Stone Avenue, Tucson, AZ), Series 2022 and declaring an emergency.   Not Available
File ID 14973 131. Agenda ItemRevisions to Board of Supervisors Policy Staff recommends approval of the proposed revisions to Board of Supervisors Policy No. D 29.4, Contracts.   Not Available
File ID 15008 132. Agenda Item2022 General Election - School District Cancellation Staff requests cancellation of those uncontested school district governing board positions for the General Election on November 8, 2022 and appointment of those who filed the required nominating petitions or nomination papers. Tanque Verde Unified School District No. 13 - 2 Positions - Thomas Trask, Beth Peterson   Not Available
File ID 14873 133. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Liquor License Job No. 201635, James Edmond O’Connell, The Eddy Hotel/Pin + Flour Restaurant, 4626 N. Campbell Avenue, Tucson, Series 11, Hotel/Motel, New License.   Not Available
File ID 14999 134. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Specific Plan Rezoning P22SP00001, WONG FAMILY, LP - N. THORNYDALE ROAD SPECIFIC PLAN REZONING Wong Family, LP, represented by Lazarus and Silvyn, P.C., request a specific plan rezoning for approximately 2.35 acres (Parcel Code 225-02-027M) from the CB-1® (Local Business - Restricted) and the CR-5® (Multiple Residence - Restricted) zone to the SP (Specific Plan) zone located at the southeast corner of N. Thornydale Road and W. Overton Road, addressed as 9150 N. Thornydale Road. The proposed specific plan rezoning conforms to the Pima County Comprehensive Plan which designates the property as Neighborhood Activity Center and Medium Low Intensity Urban. On motion, the Planning and Zoning Commission voted 7-3 (Commissioners Hanna, Membrila and Truitt voted NAY) to recommend APPROVAL SUBJECT TO STANDARD AND SPECIAL CONDITIONS. Staff recommends APPROVAL SUBJECT TO STANDARD AND SPECIAL CONDITIONS. (District 1)   Not Available
File ID 15001 135. Public Hearing ItemCONTINUED ITEM (10/18/22) UNFINISHED BUSINESS (9/6/22) Hearing - Rezoning P22RZ00001, TUCSON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1 - S. CARDINAL AVENUE REZONING Tucson School District No. 1, represented by Paradigm Land Design, L.L.C., requests a rezoning of approximately 60.9 acres (Parcel Codes 138-25-593L, 138-25-593M, 138-25-593N, 138-25-593P, and 138-25-593Q) from the GR-1 (Rural Residential) to the CR-4 (Mixed-Dwelling Type) zone. The site is located on the east side of S. Cardinal Avenue, approximately 300 feet south of the intersection of W. Valencia Road and S. Cardinal Avenue. The proposed rezoning conforms to the Pima County Comprehensive Plan which designates the property for Medium Low Intensity Urban. On motion, the Planning and Zoning Commission voted 4-3 (Commissioners Hook, Becker and Maese voted NAY, Commissioners Hanna, Membrila and Truitt were absent) to recommend DENIAL. Staff recommends APPROVAL SUBJECT TO STANDARD AND SPECIAL CONDITIONS. (District 5)   Not Available
File ID 15003 136. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Rezoning P22RZ00004, WONG LIVING TR - W. VALENCIA ROAD REZONING Wong Living Trust, represented by Projects International, Inc., request a rezoning of approximately 38.19 acres (Parcel Code 137-19-004D) from the GR-1 (Rural Residential) (25.02 acres) and from the GR-1 (TDR) (Rural Residential - Transfer of Development Rights - Receiving Area) (13.17 acres) to the CR-5 (Multiple Residence) (25.02 acres) and to the CR-5 (TDR) (Multiple Residence - Transfer of Development Rights - Receiving Area) (13.17 acres) zone located on the north side of W. Valencia Road, approximately 700 feet west of the intersection of W. Valencia Road and S. Camino de la Tierra, addressed as 3450 W. Valencia Road. The proposed rezoning conforms to the Pima County Comprehensive Plan which designates the property for Multifunctional Corridor and Medium Low Intensity Urban. On motion, the Planning and Zoning Commission voted 5-1 (Commissioner Gungle voted NAY, Commissioners Hanna, Membrila, Matter and Cook were absent) to recommend APPROVAL SUBJECT TO STANDARD AND SPECIAL CONDITIONS. Staff recommends A   Not Available
File ID 15006 137. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Rezoning P22RZ00007, FROST HOLDING COMPANY NUMBER TWO, L.L.C. - N. LA CANADA DRIVE REZONING Frost Holding Company Number Two, L.L.C., represented by Steadfast Drafting and Design, L.L.C., request a rezoning of approximately 1.66 acres (Parcel Code 104-01-068B) from the TR (Transitional) to the CB-2 (General Business) zone located at the southwest corner of W. Roller Coaster Road and N. La Canada Drive addressed as 5171 N. La Canada Drive. On motion, the Planning and Zoning Commission voted 6-0 (Commissioners Cook, Hanna, Matter and Membrila were absent) to recommend APPROVAL SUBJECT TO STANDARD AND SPECIAL CONDITIONS. Staff recommends APPROVAL SUBJECT TO STANDARD AND SPECIAL CONDITIONS. (District 1)   Not Available
File ID 15007 138. Public Hearing Item(Clerk’s Note: These items require two separate motions and votes.) Hearing - Time Extension/Modification (Substantial Change) of Rezoning Condition A. Hearing - Rezoning Time Extension Co9-05-30, STEWART TITLE & TRUST NO. 1580 - KINNEY ROAD REZONING Stewart Title & Trust No. 1580, represented by Paradigm Land Design, L.L.C., requests a five-year time extension for a 146.1-acre rezoning (Portion of Parcel Codes 212-50-012H and 212-50-012J) from the GR-1 (Rural Residential) to the CR-4 (Mixed-Dwelling Type) (143 acres) and the GR-1 (BZ) (Rural Residential - Buffer Overlay Zone) to the CR-4 (BZ) (Mixed-Dwelling Type - Buffer Overlay Zone) (3.1 acres) zones, located on the north side of W. Irvington Road and the east and west sides of S. Kinney Road. The subject site was rezoned in 2007 and expired March 6, 2022. Staff recommends APPROVAL SUBJECT TO MODIFIED STANDARD AND SPECIAL CONDITIONS. (District 3) approve B. Hearing - Modification (Substantial Change) of Rezoning Condition Co9-05-30, STEWART TITLE & TRUST NO. 1580 - KINNEY ROAD REZONING Stewart Title & Trust No. 1580, represented   Not Available
File ID 15012 139. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Fee Ordinance Revision P22TA00004, DEVELOPMENT SERVICES FEE ORDINANCE REVISION Pima County Development Services Department requests to amend Ordinance No. 2020-33, to allow Development Services to directly collect fees for services rendered for subdivision road inspections instead of through cost transfers from the Department of Transportation. The Planning and Zoning Commission voted 6-0 (Commissioners Hanna, Membrila, Matter and Cook were absent) to recommend APPROVAL. Staff recommends APPROVAL. (All Districts) If approved, pass and adopt: ORDINANCE NO. 2022 - 19 21   Not Available
File ID 15013 140. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Fee Ordinance Revision P22TA00005, REGIONAL WASTEWATER RECLAMATION DEPARTMENT FEE ORDINANCE REVISION Pima County Regional Wastewater Reclamation Department requests an ordinance of the Board of Supervisors of Pima County, Arizona, relating to sanitary sewer connections, construction and customer service; to adopt, and repeal fees for plan reviews and restate a fee schedule for permits, inspections, and related services provided by the Regional Wastewater Reclamation Department under Chapter 13.20 of the Pima County Code. The Planning and Zoning Commission voted 6-0 (Commissioners Hanna, Membrila, Matter and Cook were absent) to recommend APPROVAL. Staff recommends APPROVAL. (All Districts) If approved, pass and adopt: ORDINANCE NO. 2022 - 20   Not Available
File ID 15024 12. Addendum COVID-19 Employee Mandates Discussion/Direction/Action regarding the current COVID-19 vaccination mandates for Pima County employees. Discussion to include, but not be limited to, an explanation of hiring, promotion, and raise eligibility policies and insurance penalties assessed to, unvaccinated employees from the County Administrator and Human Resources Department and their legal representatives. (District 4)   Not Available
File ID 15023 13. Agenda ItemUNFINISHED BUSINESS (9/6/22) Contract Theelios, L.L.C., to provide for database management, Special Revenue Fund, contract amount $90,000.00 (CT-RE-23-77)   Not Available
File ID 14970 11. Contract and/or AwardTucson City of Gastronomy, Amendment No. 1, to provide for Coronavirus local relief aid to tourism, extend contract term to 6/30/23, amend contractual language and scope of services, CSLFRF Funds, contract amount $250,000.00 (CT-ED-22-233)   Not Available
File ID 14935 12. Contract and/or AwardCompass Affordable Housing, Inc., Amendment No. 1, to provide for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program, extend contract term to 9/30/23, amend contractual language and scope of work, U.S. Department of Treasury, Emergency Rental Assistance 2 Fund, contract amount $332,257.60 (CT-CR-22-134)   Not Available
File ID 14990 13. Contract and/or AwardCompass Affordable Housing, Inc., Amendment No. 1, to provide for the U.S. Housing and Urban Development Continuum of Care Program - CASA, extend contract term to 4/30/23, amend contractual language and scope of work, USHUD-CoC Fund, contract amount $193,515.00 (CT-CR-21-390)   Not Available
File ID 14991 14. Agenda ItemUNFINISHED BUSINESS (9/6/22) Contract Our Family Services, Inc., Amendment No. 1, to provide for U.S. Housing and Urban Development Continuum of Care Program - Project Advent, extend contract term to 6/30/23, amend contractual language and scope of work, USHUD-CoC Fund, contract amount $182,747.50 (CT-CR-21-421)   Not Available
File ID 14992 15. Contract and/or AwardTucson Preparatory School, d.b.a. Tucson Prep, Amendment No. 1, to provide for U.S. Housing and Urban Development Continuum of Care Program - La Casita, extend contract term to 6/30/23, amend contractual language and scope of work, USHUD-CoC Fund, contract amount $154,063.00 (CT-CR-21-499)   Not Available
File ID 14960 16. Contract and/or AwardHumphrey and Petersen, P.C., Amendment No. 3, to provide for the representation of Pima County and Mark Napier in Murillo v. Pima County, et. al., C20201462, extend contract term to 8/27/23 and amend contractual language, Risk Management Tort Fund, contract amount $50,000.00 (CT-FN-21-150)   Not Available
File ID 14961 17. Contract and/or AwardLittler Mendelson, P.C., to provide for legal representation for Pima County in Arizona Conference of Police and Sheriffs, Inc., et al. v. Pima County, CV-21-00512-TUC-SHR, General Fund, contract amount $141,000.00 (CT-FN-23-69)   Not Available
File ID 14974 18. Agenda ItemUNFINISHED BUSINESS (9/6/22) Contract Bosse Rollman, P.C., Amendment No. 6, to provide for Pima County Sheriff’s Department employee disciplinary matters, extend contract term to 9/19/23 and amend contractual language, County Administrator’s Fund Contingency Fund, contract amount $25,000.00 (CT-FNC-21-197)   Not Available
File ID 14985 19. Contract and/or AwardCatholic Community Services of Southern Arizona, Inc., Amendment No. 2, to provide for emergency food and shelter to families and individuals encountered by the Department of Homeland Security, extend contract term to 12/31/22, amend contractual language and scope of services, Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program Fund, contract amount $2,253,177.00 (CT-GMI-21-452)   Not Available
File ID 14962 110. Contract and/or AwardHelping Ourselves Pursue Enrichment, Inc., Amendment No. 1, to provide for transitioning HEAT Program to Helping Ourselves Pursue Enrichment, Inc., extend contract term to 9/12/23, amend contractual language and scope of services, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Safety and Justice Challenge Grant, contract amount $90.000.00 (CT-JS-23-5)   Not Available
File ID 14963 111. Contract and/or AwardFriends of Pima Animal Care Center, to provide for a Master Cooperative Agreement for philanthropic support, no cost (CTN-PAC-22-176)   Not Available
File ID 14939 112. Contract and/or AwardAward Amendment of Award: Master Agreement No. MA-PO-22-84, Amendment No. 5, World Dining, L.L.C., to provide for food service county congregate and non-congregate shelters. This amendment adds one additional contractor, Broadway Hotel One, Inc., d.b.a. Ramada by Wyndham Viscount Suites Tucson, to this contract as a secondary provider. No cost. Administering Department: Grants Management and Innovation.   Not Available
File ID 14975 113. Contract and/or AwardAward Award: Master Agreement No. MA-PO-23-43, Proforce Marketing, Inc., d.b.a. Proforce Law Enforcement (Headquarters: Prescott, AZ), and LN Curtis and Sons, d.b.a. Curtis Blue Line (Headquarters: Walnut Creek, CA), to provide for law enforcement equipment. This master agreement is for an initial term of one (1) year in the shared annual award amount of $273,000.00 (including sales tax) and includes four (4) one-year renewal options. Funding Source: General Fund. Administering Department: Sheriff.   Not Available
File ID 14984 114. Contract and/or AwardThe Ashton Company, Inc., Contractors and Engineers, Amendment No. 8, to provide for design-build services for TRWRF BioGas Cleaning and Utilization Project (3GAS18), extend contract term to 10/31/22 and amend contractual language, no cost (CT-WW-18-423) Regional Wastewater Reclamation   Not Available
File ID 14986 115. Contract and/or AwardGilbert Electric Company, Inc., SMS Construction, L.L.C., and The Ashton Company, Inc., Contractors and Engineers, to provide a job order master agreement for electrical contracting services, Various Funds, contract amount $750,000.00 (MA-PO-23-5) Facilities Management   Not Available
File ID 14995 116. Contract and/or AwardTucson Recycling & Waste Services, L.L.C., Amendment No. 5, to provide for outsourcing of landfill and transfer station operations, amend contractual language and scope of services, no cost (MA-PO-13-513) Environmental Quality   Not Available
File ID 14996 117. Contract and/or AwardHasler Enterprise Solutions, L.L.C., d.b.a. Abelian, to provide for the Community and Workforce Development Case Management System, General (50%) and Various Other Funds (with Grants), contract amount $900,000.00 (MA-PO-22-214) Information Technology and Community and Workforce Development   Not Available
File ID 14997 118. Contract and/or AwardPueblo Mechanical and Controls, L.L.C., and Sun Mechanical Contracting, Inc., to provide a job order master agreement for HVAC contracting services, Various Funds, contract amount $750,000.00 (MA-PO-23-6) Facilities Management   Not Available
File ID 14971 119. Contract and/or AwardArivaca Townsite Cooperative Water Company, Amendment No. 1, to provide for a public utility license agreement, extend contract term to 5/14/47 and amend contractual language, no cost (CTN-RPS-23-20)   Not Available
File ID 15010 120. Contract and/or AwardUnited States Air Force, to provide an encroachment management agreement for installation of encroachment management plan in the vicinity of Davis Monthan Air Force Base, no cost/5 year term (CTN-RPS-23-33)   Not Available
File ID 14967 121. Contract and/or AwardTown of Oro Valley, to provide for incarceration of municipal prisoners, contract amount $143,000.00 estimated revenue (CTN-SD-22-173)   Not Available
File ID 15011 122. Contract and/or AwardPima County Community College District, Amendment No. 3, to provide for the Adult Basic Education College and Career Program at Pima County Adult Detention Center, extend contract term to 6/30/23 and amend contractual language, Special Revenue Sheriff Inmate Welfare Fund, contract amount $152,000.00 (CT-SD-20-16)   Not Available
File ID 14933 123. Consent ItemAcceptance - Community and Workforce Development Arizona Department of Economic Security, Amendment No. 2, to provide for the Employment and Training Program Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act and amend grant language, $8,476,740.00 (GTAM 23-7)   Not Available
File ID 14934 124. Consent ItemAcceptance - Community and Workforce Development Arizona Department of Education, to provide for School Improvement and Sustainability, $112,380.66 (GTAW 23-16)   Not Available
File ID 14936 125. Consent ItemAcceptance - Community and Workforce Development Arizona Department of Education, to provide for FY23 Comprehensive Support and Improvement (CSI) Low Graduation Rate, $130,567.79 (GTAW 23-17)   Not Available
File ID 14937 126. Consent ItemAcceptance - Community and Workforce Development Our Family Services, Inc., Amendment No. 3, to provide for the Employment for Homeless Youth Program, extend grant term to 6/30/23 and amend grant language, $31,987.00/$7,996.75 General Fund match (GTAM 23-9)   Not Available
File ID 14952 127. Consent ItemAcceptance - County Attorney Department of Health and Human Services, SAMHSA Treatment Drug Courts Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Amendment No. 6, to provide for the Drug Court (Pima County Problem Solving Courts Initiative), $400,000.00 (GTAM 23-13)   Not Available
File ID 14956 128. Consent ItemAcceptance - Environmental Quality United States Environmental Protection Agency, to provide for the Clean Air Act Section 105, 66.001-Air Pollution Control Program Support for PPC FF2122, $533,972.00/$781,000.00 PDEQ Air Quality Minor Source Permits Fees/Air Quality Permit Fees Fund Match (GTAW 23-23)   Not Available
File ID 14957 129. Consent ItemAcceptance - Grants Management and Innovation City of Tucson, to provide for the Summer Youth Program, $300,000.00 (GTAW 23-13)   Not Available
File ID 14959 130. Consent ItemAcceptance - Health Arizona Department of Health Services, Amendment No. 2, to provide for the Healthy People Healthy Communities Project, amend grant language and scope of work, $1,437,819.00 (GTAM 23-10)   Not Available
File ID 14972 131. Consent ItemAcceptance - Health Arizona Department of Health Services, Amendment No. 2, to provide for the Title V Maternal and Child Health Healthy Arizona Families, amend scope of work and grant language, $230,738.00 (GTAM 23-11)   Not Available
File ID 14982 132. Consent ItemAcceptance - Health Arizona Family Health Partnership, Amendment No. 1, to provide for the Chlamydia and Syphilis Screening Contract and amend grant language, $14,750.00 (GTAM 23-12)   Not Available
File ID 14983 133. Consent ItemAcceptance - Public Defense Services Anonymous Foundation via United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona, to provide for the Reading2gether Program, $10,000.00 (GTAW 23-15)   Not Available
File ID 14932 134. Consent ItemElection Integrity Commission Appointment of Toni Hellon, to fill a vacancy created by Benny White. Term expiration: 9/5/24. (County Administrator recommendation)   Not Available
File ID 15002 135. Consent ItemIndustrial Development Authority Reappointments of Kenneth M. Silverman and Stanley Lehman. Term expirations: 9/5/28. (Authority recommendations)   Not Available
File ID 14929 136. Consent ItemSpecial Event Karen Farrell, Angel Charity for Children, Inc., La Encantada, 2905 E. Skyline Drive, Tucson, September 9, 2022.   Not Available
File ID 14953 137. Consent ItemTemporary Extension · 12104451, Emma Vera, Guadalajara Original Grill North, 7360 N. Oracle Road, Tucson, August 28 through October 15, 2022. · 03103030, Jeff Kaber, Copper Mine Brewing Co., 3455 S. Palo Verde Road, Suite 135, Tucson, September 3, 2022. · 07100326, Thomas Robert Aguilera, Tucson Hop Shop, 3230 N. Dodge Boulevard, Tucson, September 15, 2022.   Not Available
File ID 14943 138. Consent ItemDuplicate Warrants - For Ratification Harold B. Snyder, d.b.a. Redyns Development, L.L.C. $17,374.27; Osborn Maledon, P.A. $2,330.50; Wick Communications Co. $178.06; Goodmans, Inc., d.b.a. Goodmans Interior Structures $306,923.90; Lucas Clark $4,350.00; Westland Resources, Inc. $1,363.44; Graffiti Protective Coatings, Inc. $78.40.   Not Available
File ID 14968 139. Consent ItemJudge Pro Tempore Appointment Appointment of Michael J. Rusing, Volunteer Judge Pro Tempore of the Superior Court for the period of July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023.   Not Available
File ID 14993 140. 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 $75,236.94.   Not Available
File ID 14994 141. Consent ItemRequest to Waive Interest Due Pursuant to A.R.S. §42-18053, staff requests approval of the Submission of Request to Waive Interest Due to Mortgage Satisfaction in the amount of $1,646.91.   Not Available
File ID 14998 142. Consent ItemMinutes: June 21 and July 5, 2022 Warrants: August, 2022   Not Available