Regular Council Meeting Agenda

 

 

 

 

 

Tempe City Council

 

Regular Council Meeting

 

Tempe History Museum

Community Room

809 East Southern Avenue, Tempe, Arizona

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

6:00 PM

 

Members of the City Council may attend either in person or by telephone conference call.

 

 

1.

MOMENT OF SILENCE

 

2.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

3.

MEETING MINUTES - Councilmember Arredondo-Savage

 

A.

Approval of City Council Meeting Minutes

 

1.

City Council Executive Session - May 2, 2019 and May 9, 2019

 

B.

Acceptance of Board, Commission and Committee Meeting Minutes

 

1.

2020 U.S. Census City of Tempe Complete Count Committee - May 21, 2019

 

2.

2020 U.S. Census City of Tempe Complete Count Committee Community Outreach and Special Populations Subcommittee - May 21, 2019

 

3.

2020 U.S. Census City of Tempe Complete Count Committee Faith and Nonprofit Subcommittee - May 21, 2019

 

4.

Tempe Aviation Commission - May 14, 2019 and June 19, 2019

 

5.

Board of Adjustment - May 29, 2019

 

6.

Tempe Family Justice Commission - May 21, 2019 and June 18, 2019

 

7.

Tempe Historic Preservation Commission - May 8, 2019

 

8.

Tempe Human Relations Commission - April 16, 2019 and May 15, 2019

 

9.

Tempe Police Public Safety Personnel Retirement System Board - May 2, 2019

 

4.

REPORTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

A.

Mayor's Reports and Announcements

 

 

1.

SRP Right Tree Right Place

 

 

2.

Partnership with Habitat for Humanity for Affordable Housing

 

 

3.

Board and Commission Appointments

 

B.

City Manager's Reports and Announcements

 

5.

CONSENT AGENDA

 

All items listed on the Consent Agenda will be considered as a group and will be enacted with one motion by the City Council unless an item is removed for separate consideration.  Members of the public may remove public hearing items for separate consideration. Public hearing items are designated by an asterisk (*).  Councilmembers may remove any item for separate consideration.

 

A.

Miscellaneous Items

 

 

5A1.

Approve Board and Commission Appointments

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

N/A

 

 

5A2.

Approve the May 2019 Report of Claims Paid to be filed for audit.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

Total payments in May 2019: $30,330,708.14             

 

 

5A3.

Approve the recommended Maryanne Corder Neighborhood Grant Program funding for fiscal year 2019/2020 in the amount of $296,417.17 to neighborhood and homeowners’ associations for various neighborhood projects.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

Funds in the amount of $275,000 have been appropriated in the Community Development Department's fiscal year 2019/2020 General Fund adopted budget (cost center 1215) and funds in the amount of $21,417.17 have been appropriated in the Municipal Utilities Department's fiscal year 2019/2020 Water/Wastewater Fund adopted budget (cost center 3052) for the anticipated expenditures.      

 

 

5A4.

Approve an Amended Subdivision Plat for REPLAT OF NOVUS INNOVATION CORRIDOR – UNIVERSITY AND RURAL MIXED-USE DISTRICT, located at 760 East University Drive. The applicant is KBell Engineering, LLC.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

There is no fiscal impact on City funds.

 

 

5A5.

Approve a Final Subdivision Plat for RIO 2100 EAST, located at 2132 East Rio Salado Parkway.  The applicant is Hunter Engineering.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

There is no fiscal impact on City funds.

 

 

5A6.

Approve an Amended Subdivision Plat for METRO 101, located at 2157 East Apache Boulevard.  The applicant is Meyer Development and Construction Service.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

There is no fiscal impact on City funds.

 

 

5A7.

Approve an Amended Subdivision Plat for TEMPE MICRO ESTATES, located at 1443 South Rita Lane. The applicant is Newtown Community Development Corporation.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

There is no fiscal impact on City funds.

 

 

5A8.

Authorize the City Manager or designee to negotiate exclusively with South Pier Tempe Holdings, LLC an agreement for the purchase or lease and development of City-owned land located at Pier 202, east of Scottsdale Road and north of Rio Salado Parkway and the development of a campus development that is complementary to other south side lakefront properties, mixed-use/residential units, Class A offices, and a hotel.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

Financial details will be determined through negotiation of the terms of the Development and Disposition Agreement and subject to City Council approval.

 

 

*5A9.

Hold a public hearing to recommend the approval of an acquisition of control of a series 12 restaurant liquor license for 3 Mountains LLC., dba Gangnam, 933 East University Drive suite #115.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

N/A        

 

 

*5A10.

Hold a public hearing to recommend the approval of a series 07 beer and wine bar liquor license for Hudson LLC, dba Hudson Eatery & Bar, 1601 East Apache Boulevard.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

N/A        

 

 

*5A11.

Hold a public hearing to recommend the approval of a series 12 restaurant liquor license for Hudson LLC, dba Hudson Eatery & Bar, 1601 East Apache Boulevard.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

N/A        

 

 

*5A12.

Hold a public hearing to recommend the approval of a series 12 restaurant liquor license for Surfspacekings LLC, dba Board & Brew, 1015 South Rural Road #105.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

N/A        

 

 

*5A13.

Hold a public hearing to recommend the approval of an acquisition of control of a series 12 restaurant liquor license for Maskadores Taco Shop #9 LLC, dba Maskadores Taco Shop, 1721 East Warner Road suite #C-1B.

 

Fiscal Impact:

N/A        

 

B.

Award of Bids/Contracts

 

 

5B1.

Approve the utilization of a one-year OMNIA Partners (National IPA) contract issued by the City of Tucson to Network Services Company, a nationwide consortium of janitorial suppliers, including the City's current provider - Waxie Janitorial Supply - for the purchase of janitorial supplies.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

Total cost of the one-year contract will not exceed $300,000.  Sufficient funds have been appropriated in the General Fund – cost center 1876 (Custodial Services) – for the anticipated expenditures in the current fiscal year.    

 

 

5B2.

Approve a one-year contract renewal with Pure Technologies US dba Wachs Water Service for water main valve condition assessments and related services.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

Total cost of this one-year contract renewal will not exceed $400,000.  Sufficient funds have been appropriated in the Municipal Utilities - Water Utilities Water/Wastewater Capital Improvement Project Fund cost center – 320217G (Rehabilitation or Replacement of Aging Infrastructure) for the anticipated expenditures in the current fiscal year.          

 

 

5B3.

Approve a one-year contract renewal with Graffiti Protective Coatings, Inc. for bus stop, shelter, and transit center cleaning services.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

Total cost of this contract will not exceed $500,000 during the one-year renewal period.  Sufficient funds have been appropriated in Transit Fund – cost centers 3914 (Transit Operations), 3915 (Transportation Center), and 3917 (Bus Stop and Bikeway Maintenance) for the anticipated expenditures in the current fiscal year.      

 

 

5B4.

Approve an increase in the contract amount with AMS Planning & Research Corp for consultation services for the Tempe Center of the Arts (TCA).

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

Total spending on this contract will increase by $35,000 from an originally approved value of $219,650 to a new spend limit of $254,650.  Sufficient funds have been appropriated in the Performing Arts Fund cost center 3610 (Performing Arts Admin) for the anticipated expenditures in the current fiscal year.      

 

 

5B5.

Approve two-year contract renewals with SGS Accutest Laboratories, Aquatic Consulting and Testing, Inc., Eurofins Eaton Analytical, Inc., Legend Technical Services of Arizona, Inc., TestAmerica Laboratories, Inc., and Xenco Laboratories for potable water quality, wastewater, and soil testing services.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

Total combined cost for these contracts will not exceed $650,000 during the two-year period. Sufficient funds have been appropriated in the Water/Wastewater Fund – cost center 3041 (Environmental – Laboratory) for the anticipated expenditures.

 

 

5B6.

Approve the utilization of a one-year State of Arizona contract with Titan Power, Inc. and Gruber Technical, Inc. for the purchase of uninterrupted power supply equipment, services, and maintenance utilized throughout the City.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

Total cost of the one-year contract will not exceed $400,000.  Sufficient funds have been appropriated in various funds and cost centers for the anticipated expenditures in the current fiscal year.

 

 

5B7.

Approve a one-year contract renewal with Somerset Contracting for the installation of landscaping and irrigation for street beautification and right-of-way landscaping projects for the Engineering and Transportation Department.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

Total cost of this contract shall not exceed $700,000 during the one-year renewal period.  Sufficient funds have been appropriated in the General Fund – cost center 2555 (Landscape Maintenance) and the Street Improvement Capital Improvement Project Fund – cost center 5406149 (Right-of-Way Landscape Replacement and City’s Tree Canopy) for the anticipated expenditures in the current fiscal year.              

 

 

5B8.

Approve a one-year contract renewal with Artistic Land Management, Inc. for landscape maintenance services for transit properties.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

Total cost of this contract will not exceed $350,000 during the one-year renewal period.  Sufficient funds have been appropriated in Transit Fund – cost centers 3914 (Transit Operations - EVBOM), 3915 (Transportation Center), 3917 (Bus Stop and Bikeway Maintenance), and 3921 (Light Rail Operations) for the anticipated expenditures in the current fiscal year.     

 

 

5B9.

Approve the utilization of one-year OMNIA Partners cooperative contracts with SHI International Corporation and CDW Government LLC for the purchase of software licensing, support, technology products and services to be overseen by the Internal Services Department.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

Total cost of these contracts shall not exceed $535,000 during the one-year contract period. Sufficient funds have been appropriated in General Fund cost center 1991 (IT Administration) and other City-wide cost centers as needed for the anticipated expenditures in the current fiscal year.               

 

 

5B10.

Approve one-year contract renewals with Bureau Veritas North America, Inc., Shums Coda Associates, Brown and Associates Certified Inspection Service, Inc., Stantec Consulting Services, Inc., and Willdan Engineering for plan review and building inspection services to be used by the Community Development Department.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

Total combined value of these contracts shall not exceed $330,000 during the one-year renewal period. Sufficient funds have been appropriated in General Fund cost center 2721 (Inspections + Permits) for the current fiscal year.  Any additional funds will be covered by developer application fees.              

 

 

5B11.

Award a two-year contract with three, one-year renewal options to Corporate Interior Systems for dual landfill and recycling receptacles.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

Total cost of this contract shall not exceed $150,000.  Sufficient funds have been appropriated in the Park Improvement/Recreation Capital Improvement Project (CIP) cost center 6399829 (Infrastructure/Equipment Replacement) and the General Governmental CIP cost center 6704329 (Downtown Infrastructure Improvements).   

 

 

5B12.

Award a one-year contract with four, one-year renewal options to Pure Technologies US Inc doing business as Wachs Water Services to provide fire hydrant maintenance, repair, and parts for the City’s fire hydrants for the Municipal Utilities Department.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

Total cost of the one-year contract will not exceed $200,000.  Sufficient funds have been appropriated in the Water and Wastewater Capital Improvement Fund – 3202017G (Rehabilitation or Replacement of Aging Infrastructure) for the anticipated expenditures in the current fiscal year.

 

 

5B13.

Approve one-year renewals with Ferguson Waterworks, AGS Safety & Supply, Safety Glasses USA, Mastermans LLP, Construction Tool & Supply, and Copper State Supply, Inc. for the supply of safety related products to be used throughout the City.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

Total cost of these contracts shall not exceed $250,000 during the one-year renewal period.  Sufficient funds have been appropriated in the Water / Wastewater Fund cost center 3085 (Water/Wastewater Inventory) for the anticipated expenditures in the current fiscal year.     

 

 

5B14.

Approve an increase in the contract amount with Metro Fire Equipment, Inc. for the inspection, maintenance, and repair of Tempe’s fire control and alarm systems as well as testing and refilling of fire extinguishers.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

Total value of this contract will increase by $75,000 from an originally approved amount of $100,000 to an adjusted value of $175,000. Sufficient funds have been appropriated in the General Fund (cost centers 1871) for the anticipated expenditures in the current fiscal year.

 

 

5B15.

Approve a one-year contract renewal with CTS Greenwaste Recycling, LLC for green waste grinding, screening, and hauling services to support the City’s composting program managed by the Solid Waste Division.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

Total combined cost of this renewal will not exceed $150,000.  Sufficient funds have been appropriated in the Solid Waste Fund cost center 3719 (Diversion Processing Center) for the anticipated expenditure in the current fiscal year.    

 

 

5B16.

Award two-year contracts with three, one-year renewal options to Midwest Bio-Systems, Inc. and Kimball Equipment Company for the purchase of composting facility equipment.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

Total cost of both contracts shall not exceed $325,000.  Funds to cover this contract and related costs are appropriated for fiscal year 2019-20 in the Capital Improvement Project fund 3408559 - Solid Waste Processing Program.

 

 

5B17.

Award Job Order No. 20 to Caliente Construction, Inc. for the Parking Access and Revenue Control System (PARCS) – City Hall Parking Garage project located at 117 East 5th Street.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

The Job Order No. 20 amount is $413,889.35 and the project contingency amount is $10,000.  Funds to cover this contract and related costs are appropriated for fiscal year 2019/20 in the Capital Improvement Project No. 6708701, Parking Garage Control System.

 

 

5B18.

Award Job Order No. 47 to ForeSite Design and Construction, Inc. for the service entrance section improvements project at the Field Services Facility located at 55 South Priest Drive.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

The Job Order No. 47 amount is $231,317.44 and the project contingency amount is $23,131.74.  Funds to cover this contract and related costs are appropriated for fiscal year 2019/20 in the Capital Improvement Project No. 6708841H, Service Entrance Improvements.

 

 

5B19.

Award a professional services contract to ARCH, LLC for the Tenant and HVAC Improvements – EVBOM project at the East Valley Bus Operations and Maintenance Facility located at 2050 West Rio Salado Parkway.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

The professional services contract is $158,255.  Funds to cover this contract and related costs are appropriated for fiscal year 2019/20 in the Capital Improvement Project No. 6006081G, Tenant Improvements – Facility.

 

 

5B20.

Award a professional services contract to J2 Engineering & Environmental Design, LLC for the Stormwater and Path Improvements – Multi-Use Path Western Canal from Guadalupe to Price Roads project.

 

Fiscal Impact:

The professional services contract is $160,515.80.  Funds to cover this contract and related costs are appropriated for fiscal year 2019/20 in the Capital Improvement Project No. 6005241G, Pathways Capital Maintenance.

 

 

 

C.

Resolutions

 

 

5C1.

Adopt a resolution urging the Arizona Legislature to become the 38th state to ratify the Equal Right Amendment (ERA). (Resolution No. R2019.73)

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

None

 

 

5C2.

Adopt a resolution authorizing the Mayor to sign an Intergovernmental Agreement between the Tempe County Island Fire District and the City of Tempe for the provision of fire suppression and emergency medical services by Tempe Fire Medical Rescue Department to the county islands located within Tempe for a five-year period commencing upon dual signature and terminating in 2024. (Resolution No. R2019.74)

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

The Tempe County Island Fire District (TCIFD) will pay an annual fee to the City for fire suppression and emergency medical services. The fee is a calculated percentage share of the Tempe Fire Medical Rescue Department budget, based on the assessed valuation pursuant to state statute of property located in the TCIFD.  Sufficient funds for providing the fire suppression and emergency medical services have been appropriated and are included as part of the Fire Medical Rescue Department’s General Fund operating budget.             

 

 

5C3.

Adopt a resolution approving and authorizing the amended City of Tempe Other Post Employment Benefits (OPEB) Policy governing retiree health benefits for the City of Tempe. (Resolution No. R2019.75)

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

The estimated fiscal impact for fiscal year 2019-20 is $48,000, with an increasing impact in future years related to inflationary adjustments.  The estimated costs were included in the approved budget.         

 

 

5C4.

Adopt a resolution to establish an application and permit fee to the existing Tempe City Code, Appendix A, Schedule of Fees and Charges, relating to Chapter 16A, commercial filming on City property. (Resolution No. R2019.76)

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

The application fee of $50.00, a permit fee of $25.00 per day, and a late application fee of $100.00 will result in the collection of set established fees.      

 

 

5C5.

Adopt a resolution approving the funding for the fiscal year 2019-2020 Arts Grants recipients. (Resolution No. R2019.77)

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

Total amount of recommended grants funding is $175,000. The grants are funded from the Municipal Arts Fund. Sufficient budget appropriation for these expenditures was authorized in the fiscal year 2019/20 Capital Improvement Project No. 6699799, Municipal Arts Program.            

 

 

5C6.

Adopt a resolution authorizing the Mayor to sign Amendment One to a Use Agreement with Flixbus, Inc. for a City bus stop facility. (Resolution No. R2019.78)

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

Flixbus, Inc. will pay $20,000 for the non-exclusive use of a bus staging area, passenger boarding, and waiting area through June 30, 2020 on the northwest corner of Rural Road and Tyler Street.

 

 

5C7.

Adopt a resolution authorizing the Mayor to accept a grant from the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) for the purchase of a street sweeper. (Resolution No. R2019. 79)

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

The total cost of the street sweeper is $269,963, consisting of  $254,575 MAG Grant and Tempe match of  $15,388.  Sufficient budget appropriation for expenditure of this grant has been appropriated in the fiscal year 2019/20 Capital Improvement Project No. 5409854 (Street Grant Contingency).  Sufficient budget appropriation for Tempe’s required match has been appropriation in Highway User Fund cost center 3813 (Construction).

 

 

5C8.

Adopt a resolution authorizing the Mayor to sign an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Regional Public Transportation Authority for the purchase and supply of mobility transit services for fiscal year 2019-20. (Resolution No. R2019.80)

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

Sufficient funding has been appropriated in the Transit Fund (cost center 3914) as part of the adopted fiscal year 2019-20 budget.  The gross cost is $2,137,179 funded with the following revenue sources: Transit tax:  $796,023; Fare revenue:  $170,486; Proposition 400 funds:  $1,141,170; and Federal funds:  $29,500.

 

 

5C9.

Adopt a resolution authorizing the Mayor to sign Change Order No. 1 to an Intergovernmental Agreement with the City of Phoenix for administrative services, equipment, personnel, and management services of fixed route transit service.  (Resolution No. R2019.81)

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

Sufficient funding for this Change Order No. 1 has been appropriated in the Transit Fund (cost center 3921) as part of fiscal year 2019-2020 budget.  The annual amount for fiscal year 2019-2020 for fixed route service for bus route 32 – 32nd Street is estimated at $217,204.99.  Estimated revenue from this service is $32,580.75 and will serve as a credit to offset costs.  The estimated net cost to Tempe is $184,624.24 which is an increase of $2,054.25 (1.1%) over fiscal year 2018-2019.

 

 

5C10.

Adopt a resolution authorizing the City Council to approve and the Mayor to execute the Affordable Housing Strategy (AHS). (Resolution No. R2019.82)

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

There is no fiscal impact at this time for the adoption of the Affordable Housing Strategy. Individual projects and/or plans can be individually submitted through the regular budget process, or a Request for Proposal (RFP) process.  

 

 

5C11.

Adopt a resolution authorizing the Mayor to execute the Grant Agreement between the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission and the City of Tempe to accept and disburse a state grant for the provision of CARE 7 victim services. (Resolution No. R2019.83)

 

Fiscal Impact:

The amount of the grant award is $68,280.  Sufficient budget appropriations for expenditure of this grant are authorized in the Governmental Grants Fund (Fund 46), as part of the fiscal year 2019-2020 adopted budget.  Acceptance of the grant requires matching funds in the amount of $17,070.  City-funded personnel time for supervisor and grant oversight will be paid from existing appropriation in the Human Services Department’s General Fund budget (Cost Center 2923) to fulfill the required match.   

 

6.

NON-CONSENT AGENDA

 

All items listed on the Non-Consent Agenda will be considered separately.  Agenda items scheduled for Introduction and First Public Hearing will be heard, but will not be voted upon at this meeting.  Agenda items scheduled for Second Public Hearing and Final Adoption will be voted upon tonight.

 

Quasi-judicial items are indicated by "q-j". The City Council sits as a quasi-judicial body when hearing appeals. In this situation, the City Council must conduct itself as a court, not as a legislative body. Pre-meeting contact with the City Council on quasi-judicial matters is prohibited. Any materials or conversations concerning the item shall only be presented to the City Council at the scheduled public hearing.

 

A.

Miscellaneous Items/Bids/Contracts/Resolutions

 

 

6A1.

Approve the utilization of a one-year State of Arizona contract with Guidesoft, Inc. DBA Knowledge Services for temporary staffing services.

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

The total cost of this contract will not exceed $2,800,000 during the one-year renewal period.  Sufficient funds have been appropriated in various funds and cost centers for the anticipated expenditures in the current fiscal year.  

 

 

6A2.

Award a five-year contract with one, five-year renewal option to Nationwide to provide retirement plan administration, record keeping, education, communications, investment-related, and other related services for the 401(k), 457(b) and Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) Plans for eligible City employees and retirees.

 

Fiscal Impact:

Monthly and Quarterly fees for active employees in Group 3 who are eligible for HRA accounts are reduced under this new contract and will not exceed $36,000.  These costs are paid by the City and the funds are budgeted in the Human Resources cost center – cost center 1911 – for the anticipated expenditures in the current fiscal year. No other City funds will not be used as other fees and plan expenses are paid by participants.  No other City funds will be used as other fees and plan expenses are paid by participants.

 

B.

Ordinances and Items for Introduction and First Hearing

 

 

*6B1.

Introduce and hold the first public hearing to adopt an ordinance amending Chapter 2, Article VI, Division 1, Section 2-401 (a) (2) of the Tempe City Code to include Detention Sergeants in the Tempe Officers Association Employee Group.  The second and final public hearing is scheduled for August 15, 2019. (Ordinance No. O2019.26)

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

There is no fiscal impact.  

 

 

*6B2.

Introduce and hold the first public hearing to adopt an ordinance to transfer unencumbered budget appropriation from the City Manager’s Office to the Internal Services Department for Employee Development.  The second and final public hearing is scheduled for August 15, 2019. (Ordinance No. O2019.27)

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

The transfer of the fiscal year 2019/20 unencumbered budget appropriation from the City Manager’s Office (cost center 1210 – City Manager Admin) to the Internal Services Department (cost center 1921 – Employee Development) will be cost neutral to the City.  No increase in overall City budget appropriation is being requested.  The amount of the transfer is $50,000 from the City Manager’s Office.

 

 

*6B3.

Introduce and hold the first public hearing to adopt an ordinance authorizing the granting of a utility easement to Arizona Public Service Company and the execution of the easement to facilitate the IDEA TEMPE development at 1000 West Rio Salado Parkway. The second and final public hearing is scheduled for August 15, 2019. (Ordinance No. O2019.28)

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

N/A

 

 

*6B4.

Introduce and hold the first public hearing to adopt an ordinance authorizing the granting of a utility easement to Southwest Gas Corporation, for natural gas pipelines and appurtenances and the execution of the easement to facilitate the IDEA TEMPE development at 1000 West Rio Salado Parkway. The second and final public hearing is scheduled for August 15, 2019. (Ordinance No. O2019.29)

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

N/A

 

 

*6B5.

Introduce and hold the first public hearing to adopt an ordinance authorizing the abandonment of water and sewer line easements located at 5454 South Beck Avenue, near the Southeast corner of Baseline Road and Priest Drive.  The second and final public hearing is scheduled for August 15, 2019. (Ordinance No. O2019.30)

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

N/A

 

 

*6B6.

Introduce and hold the first public hearing to adopt an ordinance to transfer unencumbered budget appropriation from the Municipal Utilities Department to the Human Services Department for the Tempe Works program.  The second and final public hearing is scheduled for August 15, 2019. (Ordinance No. O2019.31)

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

The transfer of the fiscal year 2019/20 unencumbered budget appropriation from the Municipal Utilities Department – Solid Waste Fund (cost center 3719 – Diversion) to the Human Services Department – General Fund (cost center 2944 – Tempe Works) will be cost neutral to the City.  No increase in overall City budget appropriation is being requested.  The amount of the transfer is $66,144 from Municipal Utilities.     

 

 

*6B7.

Introduce and hold the first public hearing to adopt an ordinance authorizing the conveyance of certain City-owned land and authorizing the Mayor (or his designee) to execute an Amended and Restated Development Agreement, one or more deeds and other related documents with Eastline Land Ventures, LLC with respect to the project to be constructed along Apache Boulevard from Smith Road to River Drive. The second and final public hearing is scheduled for August 15, 2019. (Ordinance No. O2019.32)

 

Fiscal Impact:

There will not be a fiscal impact to the City.  The land was purchased with Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding to facilitate the development of affordable housing.               

 

C.

Ordinances and Items for Second Hearing and Final Adoption

 

 

*6C1.

Hold the second and final public hearing to adopt an ordinance for a Zoning Map Amendment, Planned Area Development Overlay and approve the Development Plan Review consisting of 13 new single-family residential units and a community center for TEMPE MICRO ESTATES, located at 1443 South Rita Lane. The applicant is Newtown Community Development Corporation. (Ordinance No. O2019.23)

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

While this ordinance change does not directly impact revenue, the planned development will result in collection of the standard development fees, calculated according to the approved fee structure at the time of permit issuance.

 

 

*6C2.

Hold the second and final public hearing to adopt an ordinance amending the City Code, Tempe Administrative Code Article I, Section 8-104.10; Section 8-104.11; Section 8-105.1.3.2; Section 8-105.1.4.; Section 8-105.1.5.5; Section 8-105.3.2.; and Section 8-109.7, for consistent language in reference to Appendix A, Schedule of Fees and Charges; and Section 8-109.1, adding new sections on the establishment of fees and adjustment of fees. (Ordinance No. O2019.24)

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

N/A

 

 

*6C3.

Hold the second and final public hearing to adopt an ordinance to amend Chapter 21, Section 3b(19) of the Tempe City Code relating to Enumerated Violations, decreasing the required number of witnesses for a barking dog complaint from THREE (3) to TWO (2). (Ordinance No. O2019.25)

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

No fiscal impact identified.

 

 

*6C4.

Hold the second and final public hearing to adopt an ordinance repealing Chapter 7, Bicycles and Light Motorized Vehicles from the Tempe City Code. An initial public hearing was held on June 6, 2019, but due to substantive changes made to Ordinance No. O2019.22 since that hearing, a first public hearing was held again on June 27, 2019. (Ordinance No. O2019.21) (Related to Item 6C5)

 

 

Fiscal Impact:

None

 

 

*6C5.

Hold the second and final public hearing to adopt an ordinance amending and expanding Chapter 19, Tempe City Code concerning Motor Vehicles and Multimodal Traffic. An initial public hearing was held on June 6, 2019, but due to substantive changes made to the ordinance since that hearing, a first public hearing was held again on June 27, 2019. (Ordinance No. O2019.22) (Related to Item 6C4)

 

Fiscal Impact:

None

 

7.

CURRENT EVENTS/COUNCIL ANNOUNCEMENTS/FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS

 

8.

PUBLIC APPEARANCES

 

According to the Arizona Open Meeting Law, the City Council may only discuss matters listed on this agenda.  Matters discussed by the public during public appearances cannot be discussed by the City Council unless they are specifically listed on this agenda. There is a three-minute time limit per speaker.  Speaker's visual aids or recorded tapes are not allowed.

 

Members of the public shall refrain from making personal, impertinent or slanderous remarks and from becoming boisterous while addressing the City Council or while attending the meeting. Unauthorized remarks from the audience, clapping, stomping of feet, yelling or any similar demonstrations are also prohibited.  Violations of these rules may result in removal from the City Council meeting.

 

A.

Scheduled

 

B.

Unscheduled

 

Legal Advice:  If necessary, the City Council may vote to recess or adjourn to executive session for the purpose of obtaining legal advice from the Council's attorney on any matter listed on the agenda pursuant to A.R.S §38-431.03(A)(3).

 

 

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