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Meeting Name: Board of Supervisors Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/1/2022 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: RA13_CA_CAMemo_HealthBenefitsTrust_11-2-22, ADD8_BOS_CAMemo_GeneralElectionUpdate_11-2-22, ADD8_BOS_CAMemo_CertificationStatusofVotingMachines_11-3-22, RA13_CA_CAMemo_FiscalYear2023-24BudgetProcessAddInfo_11-15-22
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File ID 14931 15. Agenda ItemPresentation of a proclamation to Penny Simon-Nielsen, Regent, and Tammi Barrick, American Indian Chair, El Presidio Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, proclaiming the month of November 2022 to be: "NATIONAL AMERICAN INDIAN HERITAGE MONTH"   Not Available
File ID 15174 16. Agenda ItemPresentation of a proclamation to Bob Elliott, Chairman of the Board and Co-Founder, African American Museum of Southern Arizona, proclaiming the day of Monday, November 14, 2022 to be: "RUBY BRIDGES WALK TO SCHOOL DAY"   Not Available
File ID 15232 11. Addendum Presentation of a proclamation to Gary Bartlett, Chairman, USS Tucson 770 Club, proclaiming the week of November 7 through 11, 2022 to be: "USS TUCSON WEEK"   Not Available
File ID 15234 12. Addendum Pursuant to A.R.S. §38-431.03(A) (3) and (4), for legal advice and direction regarding the World View appeal.   Not Available
File ID 15136 18. Agenda ItemRiparian Habitat Mitigation Staff requests approval of a Riparian Habitat Mitigation Plan and In-Lieu Fee proposal in the amount of $4,957.11 for an unpermitted disturbance located at 13620 E. Camino La Cebadilla, located within Regulated Riparian Habitat and classified as Important Riparian Area with underlying Hydromesoriparian Habitat. (District 4)   Not Available
File ID 15189 19. Agenda ItemContract SFPP, L.P., to provide a Facility Adjustment and Reimbursement Agreement for Gardner Lane UPRR culverts, Flood Control Non-Bond Projects Fund, contract amount $1,308,591.00/2 year term (CT-FC-23-125)   Not Available
File ID 15000 111. Agenda ItemCounty Administrator’s Update   Not Available
File ID 15027 112. Agenda ItemUNFINISHED BUSINESS (9/20/22) Regional Prosperity Task Force to Address Poverty, Improve Opportunity, and Create Community Wealth Staff recommends the following: 1. The Board of Supervisors approve the formation of a Regional Prosperity Task Force as detailed in the County Administrator’s Memorandum dated September 20, 2022. 2. The Chair of the Board and County Administrator make appointments to the Task Force as soon as possible. 3. The County Administrator, in coordination with the Tucson City Manager, solicit appointments to the Task Force by cities, towns, tribes, PAG and the State for ratification by the Board and Tucson Mayor and Council. 4. County staff be directed to begin working with City of Tucson staff, experts and practitioners to research and develop policy options, and prepare for initiation of the Task Force.   Not Available
File ID 15213 113. Agenda ItemFiscal Year 2023/24 Budget Process Revenues 1. Primary and Secondary Property Tax Rates Staff requests guidance on which property tax scenario the Board would like included when drafting the FY 2023/2024 Budget: Scenario No.1 - Truth in Taxation Scenario No. 2 - Increased NAV and Required Decrease in Debt Service Tax Rate Scenario Nos. 3 and 4 - Application of Board Policy D 22.12 - PAYGO and State Cost Shifts Expenditures 1. Medical and Dental Rates The HBT shortfall of $6.7 million needs to be funded. It can be funded through one of the following options: A. The Board can transfer $6.7 million of General Fund cash to the HBT as part of the FY 2024 Budget. B. The Board can transfer $6.7 million of General Fund cash to the HBT over two years, transferring $3.7 million in FY 2024 and $3.0 million in FY 2025. C. The Board can increase premiums to employees. By covering the HBT shortfall through increasing premiums, employees would be asked to pay an additional $106 per year for individual coverage and $345 per year for family coverage. As I indicated in my September 30, Memorand   Not Available
File ID 15214 114. Agenda ItemLegislative Update Legislative update provided by Michael Racy, Racy Associates, Inc.   Not Available
File ID 15179 115. Agenda ItemUNFINISHED BUSINESS (10/18/22) Corrections Officer Retirement Board Reappointment of Michael Hellon as the Chair of the Merit System Commission and Law Enforcement Merit System Council. Term expiration: Coterminous with Chairmanship.   Not Available
File ID 15180 116. Agenda ItemUNFINISHED BUSINESS (10/18/22) Public Safety Personnel Retirement Board Reappointment of Michael Hellon as the Chair of the Merit System Commission and Law Enforcement Merit System Council. Term expiration: Coterminous with Chairmanship.   Not Available
File ID 15181 117. Agenda ItemUNFINISHED BUSINESS (10/18/22) County Attorney Investigators Local Retirement Board Reappointment of Michael Hellon as the Chair of the Merit System Commission and Law Enforcement Merit System Council. Term expiration: Coterminous with Chairmanship.   Not Available
File ID 15191 118. Agenda ItemIncrease In Stipend Pay For Board Workers Staff recommends approval of an election board worker stipend increase for the November 8, 2022 General Election.   Not Available
File ID 15206 119. Agenda ItemQuarterly Reports on Collections Staff recommends acceptance of the Quarterly Report on Collections for the period ending June 30, 2022.   Not Available
File ID 15079 120. Agenda ItemUNFINISHED BUSINESS (10/4/22) Acceptance - Grants Management and Innovation Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Emergency Food and Shelter (ESFP), National Board, Amendment No. 1, to provide for the FEMA, ESFP, Humanitarian Relief, $10,002,577.54/3 year term (GTAM 23-21)   Not Available
File ID 15062 121. Public Hearing Item(Clerk’s Note: Approval for existing license at this location only.) Hearing - Liquor License Job No. 206170, Connie Eileen White, Fred's Arena Bar & Steakhouse, 9650 S. Avra Road, Tucson, Series 6, Bar, Owner Transfer.   Not Available
File ID 15070 122. Public Hearing ItemHearing - Liquor License Job No. 206880, Tawnya Marie Erickson, Seared Living, 2870 E. Skyline Drive, Suite 170, Tucson, Series 10, Beer and Wine Store, New License.   Not Available
File ID 15001 123. Public Hearing ItemUNFINISHED BUSINESS (9/6/22 and 10/18/22) 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 15196 124. Public Hearing Item(Clerk’s Note: These items require three separate motions and votes.) A. Hearing - Rezoning Closure Co9-10-03, MOORE TR - ORACLE JAYNES STATION ROAD REZONING Aerie Northwest, L.L.C., represented by the Planning Center, requests a closure of a 11.55-acre rezoning from SR (Suburban Ranch) to the TR © (Transitional - Conditional) zone located on the southeast corner of N. La Cholla Boulevard and N. Fountains Avenue, addressed as 2050 W. Oracle Jaynes Station Road. The rezoning was conditionally approved in 2011 and expired on October 4, 2021. Staff recommends DENIAL OF THE CLOSURE of the rezoning. (District 1) B. Hearing - Rezoning Time Extension Co9-10-03, MOORE TR - ORACLE JAYNES STATION ROAD REZONING Aerie Northwest, L.L.C., represented by the Planning Center, requests a five-year time extension. The 11.55-acre rezoning from SR (Suburban Ranch) to the TR © (Transitional - Conditional) zone expired October 4, 2021. The property is located on the southeast corner of N. La Cholla Boulevard and N. Fountains Avenue, addressed as 2050 W. Oracle Jaynes Station Road. Staff recommends APPROV   Not Available
File ID 15220 13. Addendum Constable, Justice Precinct 1 A. Acceptance of the resignation of the Honorable John Dorer, effective November 4, 2022. B. Discussion/direction/action regarding a selection process to fill the vacancy of Constable, Justice Precinct 1.   Not Available
File ID 15224 14. Addendum Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) Legal and Financial Review Discussion/Direction/Action: Directing the County Administrator to have the County execute an independent, third-party legal review of the RTA Plan implementation, to include compliance with the terms of the 2006 RTA ballot proposal, including what was explicitly laid out in the Sample Ballot as required by state statute. The third-party legal review should include, but not be limited to, the RTA’s adherence to all elements of the Plan as approved by the voters, including all roadway and categorical elements, and including handling of any scope changes/service changes along the way. Further directing the County Administrator to have the County execute an independent, third-party financial review of the RTA, to include, but not be limited to: 1) A review of all Pima Association of Governments (PAG) regional transportation funding and RTA revenues devoted to the delivery of RTA named projects and categorical elements, including the RTA’s ½-cent sales tax revenues and any other state or federal transportation revenues   Not Available
File ID 15225 15. Addendum Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) - County Projects Discussion/Direction/Action: It shall be the position of the Pima County Board of Supervisors that we want the remaining two unfinished County projects that have been recommended to be pushed back to RTA Next - 1st Avenue, Orange Grove to Ina Road; and the final phase of Silverbell, Ina to Grant Road - to be instead brought back for programming and implementation, or at least partial implementation for safety improvements, during RTA 1. Further directing Supervisor Scott to consult with the Board of Supervisors before agreeing to any proposed substantive changes in the County’s RTA projects, concerning either RTA 1 or RTA Next. (District 2)   Not Available
File ID 15226 16. Addendum Pima Association of Governments (PAG) - Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) Executive Director 360-Degree Review Discussion/Direction/Action: The position of Pima County shall be that the “360-Degree Review” of the PAG/RTA Executive Director, Farhad Moghimi, must be conducted and completed by December 31, 2022, with the resulting report made to the PAG Regional Council/RTA Board of Directors at their January, 2023 meeting. The idea of doing a 360-degree, comprehensive review of the executive director’s job performance was approved by the PAG Regional Council early in 2022. Yet as of today, it has not happened. Such a review should include confidential feedback from, among other critical stakeholders, current and former PAG staff members who have served under Mr. Moghimi, as well as members of: · The RTA Technical Management Committee (TMC) representing the City of Tucson, Pima County, and private community stakeholders; · The RTA Citizens Accountability for Regional Transportation Committee (CART); · The RTA Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC); and · The PAG Transportation Plann   Not Available
File ID 15228 17. Addendum Funding for Installation of Traffic Signals Discussion/action: There are at least 10 intersections in the County where it has been determined that traffic signals need to be installed. For at least one of those intersections, the determination that a traffic signal was needed was made by the Transportation Department many years ago. The cost for installation is estimated to be between $2 - 2.8 million per signal. I have been advised that there is no current funding set aside to pay for these traffic signals to be installed. This is a significant safety and risk management concern. The Board needs to know the location of each one of these intersections. There also needs to be a plan developed for funding the installation of the traffic signals. The intent of this item is for the Board to get an initial report on these matters from the County Administrator, or her designee. Furthermore, it will be requested that a plan to prioritize the installation of each one of these traffic signals will be submitted to the Board for approval. The funding should come from the current budget and/or   Not Available
File ID 15233 18. Addendum General Election Update Discussion/Direction/Action regarding an update on General Election preparation efforts of the Elections Department and the Recorder's Office including, but not limited to, the staffing and operations of the Early and Emergency Voting Sites, the Election Day Vote Centers, as well as a review of the responses received to questions previously submitted to the Recorder. (District 4)   Not Available
File ID 15235 19. Addendum World View Appeal Discussion and action related to the World View appeal.   Not Available
File ID 15221 110. Addendum Pima County Regional Affordable Housing Commission · Appointments of Betty Villegas and Sharayah Jimenez. Term expirations: 10/31/26. (District 5) · Appointments of David Godlewski and David Wohl. Term expirations: 10/31/26. (District 1)   Not Available
File ID 15222 111. Addendum Community Action Agency Board Reappointment of Ana Maria Medina. Term expiration: 12/31/23. (District 3)   Not Available
File ID 15223 112. Addendum Transportation Advisory Committee Reappointments of Frank G. Santa Cruz and Ed Verburg. Term expirations: 12/31/26. (District 5)   Not Available
File ID 15199 11. Contract and/or AwardSalvation Army, Amendment No. 1, to provide for the U.S. Housing and Urban Development (USHUD) Continuum of Care (CoC) Program - Coalition Assisting Self-Sufficiency Attainment, extend contract term to 4/30/23, amend contractual language and scope of work, USHUD-CoC Fund, contract amount $132,154.00 (CT-CR-21-392)   Not Available
File ID 15187 12. Contract and/or AwardEpidaurus, d.b.a. Amity Foundation, Amendment No. 6, to provide for the Specialty Courts Initiative - Residential Treatment and amend contractual language, DTAP-SAMHSA/Drug Court and, DOJ BJA and Outside Agencies Funds, contract amount $40,285.00 (CT-PCA-19-407)   Not Available
File ID 15188 13. Contract and/or AwardArizona Board of Regents, University of Arizona, Amendment No. 3, to provide for evaluation services for the Drug Treatment Alternative to Prison Program and Specialty Courts Initiative, extend contract term to 9/30/23, amend contractual language and scope of services, U.S. Department of Justice and SAMHSA Treatment Drug Courts Funds, contract amount $75,000.00 (CT-PCA-19-515)   Not Available
File ID 15200 14. Contract and/or AwardAvertest, L.L.C., d.b.a. Averhealth, Amendment No. 3, to provide for the Tucson/Pima County Problem Solving Court Initiative Project, extend contract term to 10/31/23 and amend contractual language, no cost (CT-PCA-20-155)   Not Available
File ID 15204 15. Contract and/or AwardDowntown Tucson Partnership, Inc., to provide an operating agreement for transportation and security, Contingency Fund, contract amount $235,000.00 (CT-FM-23-174)   Not Available
File ID 15209 16. Contract and/or AwardCity of Tucson, to provide an intergovernmental agreement for Downtown Tucson Partnership Pilot Project, contract amount $117,500.00 revenue (CTN-FM-23-58)   Not Available
File ID 15205 17. Contract and/or AwardSJM Premier Medical Group, L.L.C., Amendment No. 5, to provide for COVID-19 medical support for refugee populations and amend contractual language, FEMA/EFSP/CARES Fund, contract amount $1,500,000.00 (CT-HD-22-3)   Not Available
File ID 15166 18. Contract and/or AwardAward Amendment of Award: Master Agreement No. MA-PO-20-110, Amendment No. 6, Tucson Winsupply Company, to provide for plumbing fixtures, pipe and fittings, equipment and supplies. This amendment is for a one-time increase in the amount of $300,000.00 for a cumulative not-to-exceed contract amount of $3,660,000.00. Funding Source: Wastewater Ops, Transportation Ops and General (88%) Funds, and Grants. Administering Department: Facilities Management.   Not Available
File ID 15168 19. Contract and/or AwardAward Amendment of Award: Multiple Master Agreements, Republic Services, Inc., d.b.a. Republic Services of Arizona Hauling, L.L.C., to provide for solid waste handling and recycling services. MA-PO-18-66, Amendment No. 7, extends the termination date to 12/31/22 and increases the not -to-exceed contract amount by $60,000.00 for a cumulative not-to-exceed contract amount of $1,530,000.00. MA-PO-18-67, Amendment No. 6, extends the termination date to 12/31/22. Funding Source: General Fund. Administering Department: Facilities Management.   Not Available
File ID 15195 110. Contract and/or AwardH2O Partners, Inc., to provide for pavement condition index, Highway User Revenue Funds, contract amount $625,000.00 (MA-PO-23-64) Transportation   Not Available
File ID 15197 111. Contract and/or AwardAlliant Insurance Services, Inc., to provide for insurance broker services, Risk Management Ops Fund, contract amount $5,425,000.00 (MA-PO-23-36) Finance and Risk Management   Not Available
File ID 15203 112. Contract and/or AwardLloyd Construction Company, Inc., to provide for design-build services for San Xavier Sheriff Substation Project (XSXDSS), Non-Bond Projects Fund, $506,869.11/2 year term (CT-CPO-23-148) Capital Program Office   Not Available
File ID 15201 113. Contract and/or AwardValley Telephone Cooperative, Inc., Amendment No. 1, to provide a Non-Exclusive Right-of-Way Use License for a Fiber Optic Communications System, extend contract term to 12/3/26 and amend contractual language, contract amount $3,000.00 revenue (CTN-RPS-23-57)   Not Available
File ID 15202 114. Contract and/or AwardPinal County, to provide an intergovernmental agreement for the joint administration of Public Works projects, Highway User Revenue Fund, contract amount $1,000,000.00/5 year term (CT-TR-23-164)   Not Available
File ID 14651 115. Consent ItemAcceptance - Community and Workforce Development Arizona Department of Economic Security, to provide for the Social Services Block Grant - Employment Services, $41,708.00/5 year term (GTAW 23-50)   Not Available
File ID 14654 116. Consent ItemAcceptance - Community and Workforce Development RESOLUTION NO. 2022 - 65, of the Board of Supervisors, authorizing the approval of Amendment No. Six (6) of the agreement between the Arizona Department of Economic Security and Pima County for Housing Support Services during Fiscal Year 2022-2023, $363,631.00 (GTAM 23-5)   Not Available
File ID 14659 117. Consent ItemAcceptance - Community and Workforce Development RESOLUTION NO. 2022 - 66, of the Board of Supervisors, authorizing the approval of Amendment No. Seven (7) of the agreement between the Arizona Department of Economic Security and Pima County for Housing Support Services during Fiscal Year 2022-2023, no cost (GTAM 23-23)   Not Available
File ID 14674 118. Consent ItemAcceptance - Community and Workforce Development RESOLUTION NO. 2022 - 67, of the Board of Supervisors, authorizing the approval of Amendment No. Eight (8) of the agreement between the Arizona Department of Economic Security and Pima County for Housing Support Services during Fiscal Year 2022-2023, $363,631.00 (GTAM 23-24)   Not Available
File ID 14686 119. Consent ItemAcceptance - County Attorney U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance, to provide for the Pima County Consolidated Misdemeanor Problem-Solving Court Enhancement, $438,122.00/$150,000.00 General Fund match/4 year term (GTAW 23-52)   Not Available
File ID 14688 120. Consent ItemAcceptance - Health National Association of County and City Health Officials, to provide for the Enhancing Capacity for Infection Prevention in Pima County Long-Term Care Facilities Project, $99,859.90 (GTAW 23-51)   Not Available
File ID 14767 121. Consent ItemAcceptance - Justice Services U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance, to provide for the FY 2022 Collaborative Crisis Response and Intervention Training Program, $250,000.00/3 year term (GTAW 23-47)   Not Available
File ID 14965 122. Consent ItemAcceptance - Sheriff Arizona Department of Homeland Security, to provide for the FFY2022 Homeland Security Grant Program Award for SWAT van replacement, $75,000.00 (GTAW 23-57)   Not Available
File ID 15198 123. Consent ItemArizona Municipal Property Corporation Reappointments of Frank Y. Valenzuela, Stanley Lehman, Kenneth M. Silverman, Diane Quihuis and John H. Payne. Term expirations: 11/19/23. (Corporation recommendations)   Not Available
File ID 15173 124. Consent ItemSpecial Event · William Dean Woodruff, Corpus Christi Roman Catholic Parish - Tucson, 300 N. Tanque Verde Loop Road, Tucson, October 30, 2022. · Antonella Colagiovanni, Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson, Inc., North Italia, 2995 E. Skyline Drive, Tucson, November 13, 2022. · Meredith E. Bode, TMC Foundation, The Westin La Paloma Resort and Spa, 3800 E. Sunrise Drive, Tucson, November 19, 2022. · Edward Lucero, Roman Catholic Church of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton - Tucson, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church - Gym, 8650 N. Shannon Road, Tucson, December 2 and 3, 2022.   Not Available
File ID 15170 125. Consent ItemDuplicate Warrants - For Ratification Arizona Department of Transportation $1,129.20; Northland San Dorado, L.L.C. Delaware limited liability company $8,528.65; LeAnne Hartin $154.50; Adair Funeral Homes, Inc. $23,520.00; Fleming Family Limited Partnership $2,322.36; Oscar Antonio Furet $39.49; Flowing Wells Garden $6,132.34; HSL Canyon Creek Apartments Property 110, L.L.C. $5,533.93; HSL Springhill Apartments, L.L.C. $6,738.43; HSL Springhill Apartments, L.L.C. $9,588.63; The State of Arizona $1,245,983.33; Silas A. Lewis IV $24.85; Abrian Gonzalez $13.35; University Area Rentals, L.L.C. $6,100.00; Kristin Dever $894.77; emocha Mobile Health, Inc. $580.00.   Not Available
File ID 15218 126. Consent ItemMinutes: September 6 and 20, 2022 Warrants: October, 2022   Not Available