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PURSUANT TO A.R.S. § 38-431.01, THE GILA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS WILL HOLD A MEETING AT THE GILA COUNTY COURTHOUSE, BOARD OF SUPERVISORS’ HEARING ROOM, 1400 EAST ASH STREET, GLOBE, ARIZONA. ONE OR MORE BOARD MEMBERS MAY PARTICIPATE IN THE MEETING BY TELEPHONE CONFERENCE CALL OR BY INTERACTIVE TELEVISION VIDEO (ITV).  THE MEETING IS ALSO TELEVISED TO THE GILA COUNTY TOMMIE CLINE MARTIN COMPLEX, BOARD OF SUPERVISORS' CONFERENCE ROOM, 707 S. COLCORD ROAD, PAYSON, ARIZONA. 

Citizens may watch the Board meeting live-streamed at: 
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkCHWVqrI5AmJKbvYbO-k2A/live

Citizens may submit written comments related to the October 4th Regular Meeting agenda by no later than 5 p.m. on Monday, October 3rd, by emailing the Chief Deputy Clerk of the Board at mhenderson@gilacountyaz.gov or calling 928-402-4390.  Citizens may also submit written comments during the meeting through YouTube.  Please include the meeting date, agenda item number, your name, and your residence address in the email.

REGULAR MEETING - TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2022 - 10:00 A.M.
 
             
1.   CALL TO ORDER - PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE - INVOCATION
 
2.   PRESENTATIONS:
 
A.   Public recognition of nine employees through the County's Spotlight on Employees Program, as follows: Cindy Roberts, Cassidy Smith, Steven Armstrong, Nicholas Franco, Guy Peterson, Lori White, Duane Dowler, Samson Arney, and Brad Hicks. (Erica Raymond) Recognized
 
B.   Information/Discussion regarding an update on legislative activity in Washington, D.C. from Gila County's federal lobbyist, Patricia Power of Bose Public Affairs Group. (James Menlove) Discussed
 
C.   Presentation and Final Report for Summer Youth Work Program 2022. (Cathy Melvin) Presented
 
3.   PUBLIC HEARINGS:
 
A.   Information/Discussion/Action to consider a liquor license application (County No. LL-22-06) submitted by Amy Shea Wills for the transfer of a Series 6 Bar License at the Antlers Cafe and Bar, 46788 S. Highway 288 in Young; and issue a recommendation to the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control whether the license should be granted. (Melissa Henderson) Approved
 
4.   REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS:
 
A.   Information/Discussion/Action to approve a Funding Agreement between Gila County Community Services and New Directions whereby the County will provide funding in the amount of $25,000 to New Directions to be paid in the fiscal year 2023 which will help provide services to the homeless in Gila County. (Malissa Buzan) Approved
 
B.   Information/Discussion/Action to approve Amendment No. 1 to an Independent Contractor Agreement (Contract No. 07012022--23) between Arizona Community Action Association d/b/a Wildfire and the Gila County Community Services Department, Community Action Program, whereby Wildfire will administer Southwest Gas Low-Income Energy Conservation (SWG LIEC ) funds in the amount of $10,640 from a fiscal year to a calendar year. (Malissa Buzan) Approved
 
C.   Information/Discussion/Action to approve Amendment No. 2 to an Intergovernmental Agreement (Contract No. CTR055209) with the Arizona Department of Health Services for the sum of $204,367 to June 30, 2026, to enhance the deliverables in the grant-related activities noted in Amendment No. 1. (Paula Horn) Approved
 
D.   Information/Discussion/Action to approve an Intergovernmental Agreement (Contract No. CTR060581) with the Arizona Department of Health Services in the amount of $95,045 to provide immunizations to June 30, 2027. (Paula Horn) Approved
 
E.   Information/Discussion/Action to approve Amendment No. 6 to an Intergovernmental Agreement (Contract No. CTR043241) with the Arizona Department of Health Services to continue to provide Women, Infant, and Child (WIC) nutrition services and breastfeeding support from October 1, 2022, to September 30, 2023. (Paula Horn) Approved
 
F.   Information/Discussion/Action to ratify the Board of Supervisors' approval of the U.S. Department of Transportation First Amended and Restated Grant Agreement Under the Fiscal Year 2020 Build Transportation Grants Program (BUILD GRANT) to receive an additional $250,000 in grant funding. (Steve Sanders) Ratified
 
G.   Information/Discussion/Action to adopt Resolution No. 22-10-01 to enter into Intergovernmental Agreement No. 22-0008731-I-ADOT Contract No. P0012022001370 for a Highway Safety Improvement Project (HSIP) on the Control Road. (Steve Sanders) Adopted
 
H.   Information/Discussion/Action to review all bids submitted for Request for Proposals No. 062222-Security for Globe & Payson Courthouse & Tommie C. Martin Complex; award to the lowest, most responsive, responsible, and qualified bidder; and authorize the Chairman’s signature on the award contract. (Joseph Dickison) Awarded
 
I.   Information/Discussion/Action to approve Mohave Contract No. 190-BANG-0221 with Dave Bang & Associates in the amount of $55,798.56 for the purchase and installation of playground equipment at the Pleasant Valley Veteran’s Retreat. (Joseph Dickison) Tabled
 
J.   Information/Discussion/Action to approve Intergovernmental Agreement with the Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community for grant funds in the amount of $36,565.88 to be distributed to the Hellsgate Fire District to purchase communication equipment for frontline vehicles. (Mary Springer) Approved
 
K.   Information/Discussion/Action to adopt Resolution No. 22-10-02 in support of a gaming grant application to be awarded in the amount of $25,195.02 from the Tohono O’ Odham Nation to Hellsgate Fire District to purchase three new radio/intercom systems for emergency response vehicles. (Morey Morris) Adopted
 
L.   Information/Discussion/Action to rescind Resolution No. 18-04-03; Adopt Resolution No. 22-10-03; Adopt Resolution No. 22-10-04; Adopt Resolution No. 22-10-05; Grant quit claim deed to Rivers Edge Payson LLC; and Grant quit claim deed to Harry and Sherri Farrell, all to comply with the Settlement Agreement that was executed on September 6, 2022, to settle litigation of Rivers Edge Payson LLC v. Gila County, Maricopa County Superior Court Case No. CV2021-016013. (Jefferson Dalton) Tabled
 
M.   Information/Discussion/Action to provide the results of a Public Surplus online auction for those properties that sold during the August 2022 sale, and to request authorization for the Chairman to sign related Quit Claim Deeds to finalize the sale of 23 deeds listed in the staff report as presented. (Melissa Henderson) Authorized
 
5.   CONSENT AGENDA ACTION ITEMS: (Any matter on the Consent Agenda will be removed from the Consent Agenda and discussed and voted upon as a regular agenda item upon the request of any member of the Board of Supervisors.)
 
A.   Adoption of an Order designating polling places and the appointment of poll workers and election board workers for the purpose of conducting the November 8, 2022, General Election. Adopted
 
B.   Authorization of the Chairman's signature on the Quit Claim Deed for the Clerk of the Board's over-the-counter sale of Assessor's tax parcel number 302-23-109B to William Broce (The Broce Family Trust - William F. Broce Trustee). Authorized
 
C.   Acknowledgment of the August 2022 monthly activity report submitted by the Clerk of the Superior Court's Office. Acknowledged
 
D.   Acknowledgment of the August 2022 monthly activity report submitted by the Recorder's Office. Acknowledged
 
E.   Acknowledgment of the August 2022 monthly activity report submitted by the Globe Regional Constable's Office. Acknowledged
 
F.   Acknowledgment of the August 2022 monthly activity report submitted by the Payson Regional Constable's Office. Acknowledged
 
G.   Acknowledgment of the August 2022 monthly activity report submitted by the Globe Regional Justice Peace's Office. Acknowledged
 
H.   Acknowledgment of the August 2022 monthly activity report submitted by the Payson Regional Justice of the Peace's Office. Acknowledged
 
6.   CALL TO THE PUBLIC:   A call to the public is held for public benefit to allow individuals to address the Board of Supervisors on any issue within the jurisdiction of the Board of Supervisors. Board members may not discuss items that are not specifically identified on the agenda. Therefore, pursuant to Arizona Revised Statute §38-431.01(H), at the conclusion of an open call to the public, individual members of the Board of Supervisors may respond to criticism made by those who have addressed the Board, may ask staff to review a matter or may ask that a matter be put on a future agenda for further discussion and decision at a future date. No Comments
 
7.   At any time during this meeting pursuant to A.R.S. §38-431.02(K), members of the Board of Supervisors and the County Manager may present a brief summary of current events.  No action may be taken on the information presented. Comments Provided
 
IF SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS ARE NEEDED, PLEASE CONTACT THE RECEPTIONIST AT (928) 425-3231 AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE TO ARRANGE THE ACCOMMODATIONS. FOR TTY, PLEASE DIAL 7-1-1 TO REACH THE ARIZONA RELAY SERVICE AND ASK THE OPERATOR TO CONNECT YOU TO (928) 425-3231.

THE BOARD MAY VOTE TO HOLD AN EXECUTIVE SESSION FOR THE PURPOSE OF OBTAINING LEGAL ADVICE FROM THE BOARD’S ATTORNEY ON ANY MATTER LISTED ON THE AGENDA PURSUANT TO A.R.S. §38-431.03(A)(3).

THE ORDER OR DELETION OF ANY ITEM ON THIS AGENDA IS SUBJECT TO MODIFICATION AT THE MEETING.

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