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  Regular Agenda Item     4. A.    
Regular BOS Meeting
Meeting Date: 03/24/2020  
Submitted For: Scott Buzan Submitted By: Betty Hurst, Contracts Administrator
Department: Finance  

Information
Request/Subject
Approval of Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) No. 100319 with the City of Globe for Pre-Annexation Regulation of Public Property within Each Other's Jurisdictional Territory.
Background Information
Approval of Intergovernmental Agreement No. 100319 with the City of Globe establishes jurisdictional authority for compliance with building and development codes for each public property owned by each jurisdiction in the other’s jurisdictional territory.

There have been two previous Intergovernmental Agreements with the City of Globe that either expired or were terminated in 2000 and 2015; whereby both Gila County and the City of Globe are responsible for the design and construction compliance of its public buildings and other structures within the territorial jurisdiction of the other Party, in accordance with the constructing Party’s construction codes; the issuance of all applicable permits; and  the inspection of such buildings and other structures.
Evaluation
The City of Globe, pursuant to A.R.S. §9-240 and Title 9, Chapter 7 article 1, Arizona Revised Statutes, and Gila County, pursuant to A.R.S. §11-861, et seq., are authorized to regulate the quality, type of materials and workmanship of all aspects of building construction and to adopt uniform codes regulating such construction in their jurisdictional territory.
Conclusion
By executing this IGA, the practice of each entity regulating its public property within each other’s jurisdictional territory can commence.
Recommendation
Staff recommends the approval of Intergovernmental No. 100319 with the City of Globe for Pre-Annexation Regulation of Public Property within Each Other's Jurisdictional Territory.
Suggested Motion
Information/Discussion/Action to approve Intergovernmental Agreement No. 100319 with the City of Globe to allow each entity to regulate public property within each other’s jurisdictional territory commencing on March 10, 2020, and automatically renewing from year to year, unless terminated sooner by either party giving 30 days' written notice to the other party. (Scott Buzan)

Attachments
IGA No. 100319

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