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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 September 6th Regular Meeting agenda by no later than 5 p.m. on Monday, September 5th, 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 residence address in the email.

REGULAR MEETING - TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2022 - 10:00 A.M.
REVISED
 
             
1.   CALL TO ORDER - PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE - INVOCATION
 
2.   PRESENTATIONS:
 
A.   Public recognition of 12 employees through the County's Spotlight on Employees Program, as follows: Amber Warden, Sylvia Martinez, Aimee Staten, Maryn Belling, Nicole Weaver, Betty Hurst, Stephanie Chaidez, Krystal Lopez, Annie Hammer, Stacey Espinoza, Dave Rogers, and Carrie Bartling. (Erica Raymond) Recognized
 
B.   The acknowledgment of the 2022-2027 Gila County Community Health Improvement Plan which justifies how and where public health resources should be allocated to best meet the health needs of the Gila County residents. (Josh Beck) Acknowledged
 
3.   PUBLIC HEARINGS:
 
A.   Information/Discussion/Action to adopt Resolution No. 22-09-01, which approves Gila County Community Development Case No. CUPP2205-001, a request by Bill and Susan Goodwin (Owners and Applicants) for a Conditional Use Permit on Assessor's Tax Parcel Number 302-34-016C located at 8130 W. Dukes Road, Payson, Arizona, subject to the adherence of the conditions of approval as outlined in the Resolution. (Randy Pluimer) Adopted
 
B.   Information/Discussion/Action to adopt Resolution No. 22-09-02, which approves Gila County Community Development Case No. CUPP2206-001, a request by Christopher Bleak and Patricia Fusco (Owners and Applicants, or "Bleak & Fusco") for a Conditional Use Permit upon Assessor's Tax Parcel Number 201-04-019A located at 533 N. Pioneer Pass, Tonto Basin, Arizona, subject to the adherence of the conditions of approval as outlined in the Resolution. (Randy Pluimer) Adopted
 
C.   Information/Discussion/Action to adopt Resolution No. 22-09-05 to name two new roads in the Tonto Basin, Arizona area as East American Way and East Forest Service Road 1553. (Steve Sanders) Adopted
 
4.   REGULAR AGENDA ITEMS:
 
A.   Information/Discussion/Action to approve Amendment No. 1 to the Master Services and Purchasing Agreement Quote No. Q-406557-44797.822TC with Axon Enterprises, Inc. to implement the TASER 7 Certification Plan for 5 years, from August 2022 to August 2027, for a total cost of $86,408.06. (Gabe Valenzuela) Approved
 
B.   Information/Discussion/Action to approve the Sole Source Contract-Interoperable Multimedia Communications-with Mutualink, for not to exceed the amount of $430,540 that is necessary to implement the Interoperable communications to meet the requirements for State Legislation 41.1733. (Sarah White) Approved
 
C.   Information/Discussion/Action to adopt Human Resources Policy No. BOS-HRS-017. (Rick Husk) Adopted
 
D.   Information/Discussion/Action to authorize the advertisement of Request for Qualifications No. 072622 - Solid Waste Landfill Services. (Steve Sanders) Authorized
 
E.   Information/Discussion/Action to approve Forest Service Road Project Agreement No. 22-RO-11031200-184 for the Environmental update in the reimbursable amount of $472,000 for Forest Service Road 512. (Steve Sanders) Approved
 
F.   Information/Discussion/Action to approve the use of Arizona State Contract No. ADSPO18-207044 with JE Fuller/Hydrology & Geomorphology, Inc. in the amount of $98,000 for maintenance of the flood ALERT system in the areas of the four watersheds affected by the Telegraph Fire for the period of September 6, 2022, to September 5, 2023. (Steve Sanders) Approved
 
G.   Information/Discussion/Action to ratify the Board of Supervisors' approval to purchase one (1) 2023 Ford Transit 250 Low Roof Short Wheelbase Cargo Prisoner Transport Van with installed passenger insert. The delivered price for the 2023 model is $79,569.63 from San Tan Partners, LLC under State Contract CTR059323. (Steve Sanders) Ratified
 
H.   Information/Discussion/Action to accept a Quit Claim Deed recorded at Fee No. 2022-010495, Gila County Records from Robert Fuller, and accept a Quit Claim Deed recorded at Fee No. 2022-010496, Gila County Records from Carl D. Randall, Fred M. Randall, George C. Randall, Robert G. Randall, for that property in Pine, AZ. known locally as “The Lane”. (Steve Sanders) Accepted
 
I.   Information/Discussion/Action to approve Amendment No. 2 to Intergovernmental Agreement Contract No. CTR055258 with the Arizona Department of Health Services for the funding of Title V Maternal and Child Health Healthy Arizona Families Initiative to revise the Scope of Work and the Price Sheet which extends the contract for the period of July 1, 2022, to June 30, 2023, in the amount of $151,325. (Josh Beck) Approved
 
J.   Information/Discussion/Action to adopt Resolution No. 22-09-04 to update and adopt the 2022 Gila County Emergency Operations Plan. (Josh Beck) Adopted
 
K.   Information/Discussion/Action to approve Amendment No. 6 to Contract No. 019-0444 between the Pinal-Gila Council for Senior Citizens (PGCSC), Area Agency on Aging, Region V, and Gila County Community Services Department, Housing Services, extending the contract effective July 1, 2022, to June 30, 2023, and adding $20,226 to be used for home repair and renovations for a total contract amount of $101,778. (Malissa Buzan) Approved
 
L.   Information/Discussion/Action to award Request for Proposals No. 062922-Weatherization Materials and Services to Advantage Home Performance, Inc. for a not to exceed the amount of $311,015 for a period of one year with a 3 one-year renewal option. (Malissa Buzan) Awarded
 
M.   Information/Discussion/Action to approve Economic Development Grant No. 08262022 to the Northern Gila County Fair in the amount of $15,000 that the Board has determined to be for the benefit of the public. (Mary Springer) Approved
 
N.   Information/Discussion/Action to approve Economic Development Grant No. 09022022 to Miami Genesis, Inc. in the amount of $3,500 that the Board has determined to be for the benefit of the public. (Mary Springer) Approved
 
O.   Information/Discussion/Action to adopt Resolution No. 22-09-03 in support of a gaming grant application submitted by Hellsgate Fire District and award from Gila River Indian Community in the amount of $36,970 to purchase six new mobile radios for front-line vehicles and 6 new portable handheld radios for staff, and to act as the fiscal agent by agreeing to be a pass-through agency and accepting funding on behalf of Hellsgate Fire District. (Morey Morris) Adopted
 
P.   Information/Discussion/Action to authorize the request to advertise Request for Qualifications No. 08032022 - Design Build for Gila County Fairgrounds Restroom Facility. (Mary Springer) Authorized
 
Q.   Information/Discussion/Action to approve the partial American Rescue Plan fund allocations in the amount of $6,500,000 and direct staff to move forward with project implementations. (Mary Springer) Approved
 
R.   Information/Discussion/Action to approve the Memorandum of Agreements with the Copper Corridor Blight Buster Coalition with Superior, Winkelman, Globe, Miami, and Pinal County and authorizing Gila County to act as the lead agency from October 1, 2021, to October 31, 2024. (Woody Cline/Cathy Melvin) Approved
 
S.   (Motion to adjourn as the Gila County Board of Supervisors and convene as the Gila County Library District Board of Directors.) Information/Discussion/Action to authorize the submission and subsequent acceptance of a State Grants-In-Aid Application by the Gila County Library District to the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, Library Development Division, for the fiscal year 2023 in the amount of $25,000 designated to Gila County for the period July 1, 2022, to June 30, 2023. (Elaine Votruba) Authorized
 
T.   Information/Discussion/Action to approve Library Service Agreements for Isabelle Hunt (Pine) and Miami Public Libraries for the period of July 1, 2022, to June 30, 2023. (Elaine Votruba) Approved
 
U.   Information/Discussion/Action to approve the Agreement for E-Rate Services between Gila County Library District and Yavapai County through the Yavapai County School Superintendent for a term of three years, effective July 1, 2022, to June 30, 2025, at a rate of $4,000 per year; authorize the Chairman’s signature on the Agreement and authorize the Gila County Librarian to sign the Letter of Agency. (Jacque Sanders) (Motion to Adjourn as the Gila County Library District Board of Directors and convene as the Gila County Board of Equalization.) Approved
 
V.   Information/Discussion/Action to re-appoint Howard C. Johnson for the Board of Equalization's Hearing Officer and approve the Contract to extend the term for two additional years, from July 5, 2022, to July 4, 2024; and increase the dollar amount to $115 per clock hour. (Melissa Henderson) (Adjourn as the Gila County Board of Equalization and reconvene as the Gila County Board of Supervisors.) Reappointed
 
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.   Approval to appoint Mr. Cody Crisp to the Gila County Planning and Zoning Commission representing Supervisor Christensen's district to fulfill Jim Muhr's unexpired term of office that ends on December 31, 2024. Approved
 
B.   Approval for the continued use of the Caterpillar Financing under purchase Transaction No. 3588441 for a 2018 Model 120M2 AWD Caterpillar Motor Grader serial number M9H00559 using Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation for the annual payment of $31,552.58 on September 28, 2022. Approved
 
C.   Approval to renew the Caterpillar Financial Contract 001-1003263-000 for a used 621G Auger Scraper S/N DBB00293 and make the fourth payment of $84,751.55 plus applicable taxes for the Fiscal Year 2023. Approved
 
D.   Approval of a Special Event Liquor License Application submitted by the Gila County Fair Inc. to serve liquor at the Gila County Fair located at 900 Fairgrounds Road in Globe for a special event to be held on from September 22, 2022, to September 25, 2022. Approved
 
E.   Approval of a Special Event Liquor License Application submitted by the Gila County Fair Inc. to serve liquor for a Rodeo located at 900 Fairgrounds Road in Globe for a special event to be held on from September 30, 2022, to October 02, 2022. Approved
 
F.   Approval of a Special Event Liquor License Application submitted by the Cobre Valley Youth Club to serve liquor at the Globe Knights of Columbus located at 2140 E. Ash Street in Globe for a special event to be held on October 8, 2022. Approved
 
G.   Approval of the Board of Supervisors' June 28, 2022 (Revised), July 5, 2022, July 19, 2022, and July 26, 2022, meeting minutes. Approved
 
H.   Acknowledgment of the July 2022 monthly activity report submitted by the Globe Regional Constable's Office. Acknowledged
 
I.   Acknowledgment of the July 2022 monthly activity report submitted by the Payson Regional Constable's Office. Acknowledged
 
J.   Acknowledgment of the July 2022 monthly activity report submitted by the Globe Regional Justice of the Peace's Office. Acknowledged
 
K.   Acknowledgment of the July 2022 monthly activity report submitted by the Payson Regional Justice of the Peace's Office. Acknowledged
 
L.   Acknowledgment of the July 2022 monthly activity report submitted by the Recorder's Office. Acknowledged
 
M.   Acknowledgment of the July 2022 monthly activity report submitted by the Clerk of the Superior Court'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. Comments Provided
 
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
 
8.   EXECUTIVE SESSION ITEMS:
 
A.   Information/Discussion/Action to vote to go into executive session under A.R.S. § 38-431.03 (A)(3) and (4) for legal advice and discussion or consultation with the attorneys for the board regarding the board's position regarding pending litigation or in settlement discussions in order to resolve litigation in Rivers Edge Payson LLC v. Gila County, Maricopa County Superior Court Case No. CV2021-016013. (Jefferson Dalton) Directed Attorney
 
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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