MAYOR AND COUNCIL
PAST AGENDAS

MONDAY, MARCH 20, 2000
***12:00 NOON***
CITY HALL
255 WEST ALAMEDA
TUCSON, ARIZONA

ESTIMATED DURATION

TOPICS

COMMENTS

30 mins.

1. Rio Nuevo Citizens Advisory Committee Formation(City-Wide) SS/MARCH20-00-113

REPORT/ RECOMMENDATION

7 mins.

2. Mayor and Council Discussion of Regular Agenda SS/MARCH20-00-111  

 

7 mins.

3. Boards, Committees, and Commissions (City-Wide) SS/MARCH20-00-105

 

20 mins.

4. Status Report of the Industrial Development Authority (City-Wide) SS/MARCH20-00-108

REPORT/DISCUSSION

30 mins.

5. Small Business Commission (City-Wide) SS/MARCH20-00-107

REPORT/ RECOMMENDATION

15 mins.

6. July 3, 2000 Mayor and Council Meeting (City-Wide) SS/MARCH20-00-109

REPORT/DISCUSSION

7 mins.

7. Mayor and Council Discussion of Future Agendas SS/MARCH20-00-112

 

RECONVENE AFTER REGULAR AGENDA

7 mins.

8. State Legislative Matters (City-Wide) SS/MARCH20-00-104

REPORT/DISCUSSION

7 mins.

9. Federal Legislative Matters (City-Wide)     SS/MARCH20-00-110

REPORT/DISCUSSION

20 mins.

10. Background Checks – Firearms Sales at TCC (City-Wide) SS/MARCH20-00-106

REPORT/ RECOMMENDATION

7 mins.

11. Pima Association of Government’s (PAG) March 9, 2000 Management Committee Meeting – Reccommendation to PAG Regional Council to be held on March 22, 2000 (City-Wide) SS/MARCH20-00-115

REPORT/ RECOMMENDATION

45 mins.

12. Balanced Development Policy Framework:  Central Core and Mid-City Development Areas (City-Wide) SS/MARCH20-00-116

REPORT/ RECOMMENDATION

15 mins.

13. Gateway Ice Center (City-Wide) SS/MARCH20-00-114

REPORT/ RECOMMENDATION

7 mins.

14. Housing Target Area (City-Wide)  SS/MARCH20-00-117

REPORT/DISCUSSION

MAYOR AND COUNCIL REGULAR AGENDA

MONDAY, MARCH 20, 2000
2:00 PM
MAYOR & COUNCIL CHAMBERS
CITY HALL
255 W. ALAMEDA
TUCSON, ARIZONA



[NOTE: CONSENT AGENDA ITEM NO. 3-O(8) HAS BEEN ADDED.]

1. ROLL CALL

2. INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

    INVOCATION - Reverend P. Joanna Rogers, Desert Church of Learning Light

    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE - Mayor and Council, Staff and Public in Attendance

3. CONSENT AGENDA - ITEMS A THROUGH O

    SEE THE CONSENT AGENDA

    Matters listed under the Consent Agenda are considered to be routine and will be enacted by one motion and one vote. There will be no separate discussion of these items. If discussion is desired by members of the governing body, that item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and will be considered separately.

    A liquor license application will automatically be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered as a separate item by the Mayor and Council if either of the following occurs: A protest against a liquor license application has been received by the City Clerk; OR, A City staff report recommends denial of a liquor license application.

4. INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT: WITH CENTRAL ARIZONA WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT TO EXPAND THE PIMA MINE ROAD RECHARGE PROJECT

    (a) Report from City Manager MARCH20-00-170 OUTSIDE CITY

    (b) Resolution No. 18552 relating to water; authorizing and approving the execution of an intergovernmental agreement between the City of Tucson and the Central Arizona Water Conservation District for the construction and operation of the expanded Pima Mine Road Recharge Project.

5. AGREEMENTS: WITH STATE AND FEDERAL AGENCIES FOR INSTALLING CENTRAL AVRA VALLEY STORAGE AND RECOVERY PROJECT TRANSMISSION PIPELINE

    (a) Report from City Manager MARCH20-00-171 OUTSIDE CITY

    (b) Resolution No. 18554 relating to real property; authorizing the City Manager to secure agreements with state and federal agencies for purposes of installing the Central Avra Valley Storage and Recovery Project transmission pipeline.

6. FINANCE: SALE OF CERTIFICATES OF PARTICIPATION FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS; REFUND OF SERIES 1994 CERTIFICATES OF PARTICIPATION IN CONNECTION WITH THE GOLF BUSINESS PLAN

    (a) Report from City Manager MARCH20-00-160 CITY-WIDE

    (b) Resolution No. 18553 relating to real and personal property; authorizing the execution and delivery of a Series 2000 Ground Lease, a Series 2000 Equipment Lease, a Series 2000 Lease-Purchase Agreement, a Depository Trust Agreement, a Continuing Disclosure Undertaking and an amendment to an existing Lease-Purchase Agreement; acknowledging and approving the execution, delivery and sale of Certificates of Participation in the Series 2000 Lease-Purchase Agreement; and declaring an emergency.

7. ZONING: (C9-98-27) LONG - FAIRVIEW AVENUE, MH-1 TO C-1, ORDINANCE ADOPTION

    (a) Report from City Manager MARCH20-00-179 WIII

    (b) This is a request to rezone property located on the northeast corner of Prince Road and Fairview Avenue from MH-1 to C-1. Applicant: Mr. Alan Snapp, Architect, representing the developers, Stonegate Ventures, LLC. The development plan is for a 9,000 square-foot one-story retail building. The Planning Department recommends adoption of the ordinance presented. The City Manager recommends adoption of the ordinance presented.

    (c) Ordinance No. 9362 relating to zoning: Amending zoning district boundaries in the vicinity of the northeast corner of Prince Road and Fairview Avenue in Rezoning Case C9-98-27 Long - Fairview Avenue, MH-1 to C-1.

    The City Manager recommends that the subject ordinance be adopted.

    Four (4) written approvals and one (1) written protest were received. The one protest was located outside of the 150 foot notification area resulting in a zero (0) percent protest.

    A simple majority vote of the Mayor and Council will be necessary to adopt the ordinance presented.

8. ZONING: (C9-99-22) HOUGHTON ROAD INVESTORS - HOUGHTON ROAD, SR TO R-1, ZONING EXAMINER'S REPORT

    (a) Report from City Manager MARCH20-00-180 WIV

    (b) Report from Zoning Examiner dated February 25, 2000

    (c) Request to rezone approximately 159.2 acres from SR to R-1. Applicant: Mr. Gordon Stone of Stantec Consulting, Inc., on behalf of the property owner, Houghton Road Investors, LLC. The rezoning site is located east of Houghton Road between Bilby Road and Poorman Road. The preliminary development plan is for 728 one and two-story single-family residences with a density of 4.6 units per acre utilizing the Residential Cluster Option (RCP) provisions of the Land Use Code (LUC). The Planning Department and Zoning Examiner recommend approval of R-1 zoning, subject to certain conditions. The City Manager recommends approval of R-1 zoning, subject to the following conditions.

      1. A subdivision plat, in substantial compliance with the Preliminary Development Plan, Design Compatibility Report, Environmental Resource Report, and Community Design Principles, is to be submitted for review and approval in accordance with Section 4.1.1 of the LUC, including, but not limited to:

        a. All new buildings shall utilize earthtone colors and materials. Brighter colors may be used for accent.

        b. Any building greater than twenty (20) feet in height shall have a variety of rooflines. Elevations showing these rooflines shall be submitted with the tentative plat.

        c. All required landscaping for the scenic route buffers shall be provided on private property.

        d. The Mesquite Ranch Master Plan Program document provided by the applicant shall include adequate information as to how the development will adhere to the stated sustainability goals.

        e. The private Community Gathering Place shall include, at a minimum, a swimming pool area, ramadas, play structures, volleyball and basketball courts, benches, picnic tables, grassed play areas and associated parking lots.

        f. The private Neighborhood Commons or "tot lots" shall include, at a minimum, grassed play areas, benches and picnic tables. These areas shall be constructed and maintained privately.

      2. The owner/developer shall dedicate, or verify the existence of, the additional right-of-way for Houghton Road, Poorman Road and Bilby Road per the Major Streets and Routes Plan. The applicable right-of-way for radius spandrels and intersection widening shall be included.

      3. The owner/developer shall be responsible for the following improvements being made to adjacent major streets:

        a. Thirty (30) feet of pavement on Bilby Road with the south curb and sidewalk along the entire length of the rezoning parcel to provide for a single travel lane and a bike lane in each direction. (This pavement may be terminated at the easternmost entrance roadway and an escrow account established for use by the City for completion of Bilby Road as additional extensions are made.) There shall also be a twelve (12) foot wide left turn bay provided and appropriate taper at the Houghton and Bilby Roads intersection. The exact length of the taper shall be determined by the required traffic study. A sleeve for a future reclaimed water line shall be provided under Bilby Road as part of the Bilby Road development.

        b. Forty-one (41) feet of pavement on Poorman Road with the north curb and sidewalk along the entire length of the rezoning parcel to provide for a single travel lane and a bike lane in each direction along with a continuous left turn lane. The design shall include the north curb and sidewalk from Houghton Road to the easternmost entrance roadway to the project and taper to thirty-four (34) feet of pavement, north curb, and sidewalk at the eastern end of the site.

        c. Improvements on Bilby Road and Poorman Road may be phased with the approval of the City Engineer provided assurances are provided for the completion of the roadways. Any approved phasing shall result in a roadway system that can stand-alone if no further improvements are made. Temporary turnarounds shall be provided if required by the phasing.

        d. The drainage structures required as a result of improvements on Bilby Road and Poorman Road will be designed for 100-year flow requirements.

        e. Interim paving improvements on Houghton Road for left turn lanes and deceleration/acceleration lanes with appropriate tapers at Bilby Road, Poorman Road and the center collector roadway. These improvements can be phased as each roadway is developed according to approved phasing of the project.

        f. Compliance with the February 7, 2000 memorandum from the Director of Park and Recreation which outlines the trail requirements within the right-of-ways.

      4. The owner/developer shall participate in future improvements required to Houghton Road, Poorman Road and Bilby Road by providing funding in the amount of $200,000 to the City of Tucson. This funding shall be made prior to the approval of building permits for greater than 33% of the authorized lots for the project. This funding participation is made in lieu of building two (2) additional through lanes on Houghton Road with appropriate drainage structures, and participation in future improvement districts for paving, sidewalks, lighting or other improvements on the three major streets.

      5. The owner/developer shall provide a contribution toward the cost of future traffic signals. This contribution shall be not more than 25% of the cost of a traffic signal at Bilby and Houghton Roads and not more than 25% of the cost of a traffic signal at Poorman and Houghton Roads. If the required traffic study indicates that one traffic signal is warranted, that signal shall be installed by the developer at 100% of the cost with 50% refunded to the developer as future development occurs (platting, rezoning, or improvements) on the other 3 quadrants of that intersection. Participation in this one traffic signal would satisfy the developer requirements.

      6. The owner/developer shall provide a minimum fifteen (15) foot wide pedestrian trail/public access easement running north and south along Mesquite Ranch Wash to assure connectivity to the north and south with future surrounding development. The specific design of the trail, including trail placement, directional signage, maintenance, fencing and lighting restrictions, are subject to an agreement that will be finalized during the subdivision platting process between the owner/developer and the Director of Tucson Parks and Recreation.

      7. Recordation of the Vail School District agreement dated February 4, 2000. A copy of the recorded agreement shall be provided to the Rita Ranch Neighborhood Association.

      8. A complete traffic impact analysis study shall be submitted to determine the impact to the surrounding transportation system.

      9. Additional street connections, over and above the two locations identified on both Bilby and Poorman Roads, shall be provided if determined necessary by the traffic study. Access from Houghton Road shall be limited to one location, which shall be designed and developed as a neighborhood collector street. A minimum of one (1) vehicular access point shall be provided from this development to the property to the east. (The final location shall be determined to minimize drainage crossings.) A minimum of one (1) interior east-west street connection consisting of strip paving, cut-off headers, pedestrian access and post barricades shall be provided at a location established by the owner/developer and approved by the City Engineer.

      10. All local streets shall include enhanced landscaping at intersections, landscape buffer areas adjacent to rear or side patio walls which face the street, and traffic calming features such as narrowed pavement widths, landscaped medians and bumpouts, cul-de-sacs, and traffic islands.

      11. All cul-de-sac designs shall include landscaped median areas and landscaped walkways to connect with the open space network, as proposed by the applicant.

      12. The owner/developer shall complete a plant inventory, preservation/salvage plan, and mitigation of vegetation within the Mesquite Ranch Wash and Civano Wash Tributary (to include the wash, banks and fifty (50) feet on each side of the wash as measured from the top of bank).

      13. A drainage report shall be submitted for review and approval, including retention/detention calculations/requirements. This project shall have no adverse impact to any downstream properties or increase the runoff from the subject development site above existing conditions.

      14. The owner/developer shall dedicate well sites to the City of Tucson as determined necessary.

      15. Water harvesting techniques shall be utilized by conveying rooftop, parking area access lane (PAAL), and parking area drainage to designated water harvesting areas.

      16. A minimum ten (10) foot wide landscape buffer with canopy trees shall be provided adjacent to the Bilby Road street right-of-way.

      17. Any required or proposed masonry screen walls visible from the public right-of-way shall be constructed of, or painted with, graffiti-resistant materials. Screen walls shall incorporate one or more of the following decorative materials: (a) tile, (b) stone, (c) brick, (d) textured brick/block or, (e) a coarse-textured material such as stucco or plaster.

      18. Any outdoor lighting provided within the common areas or other public areas shall be directed down and away from residential parcels and public roadways and be as low in elevation as possible.

      19. An on-the-ground survey by a qualified archeologist shall be performed before any ground modification, and if any remains are found, a data recovery program approved by the Arizona State Museum shall be performed.

      20. Archeological/cultural remains encountered during ground modification activities shall be mitigated in accordance with guidelines provided by the Arizona State Museum.

      21. All areas identified as open space shall be fenced off and protected prior to any on-site development activity.

      22. The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service guidelines regarding the Cactus Ferruginous Pygmy Owl shall be followed.

      23. The Arizona Game and Fish Department guidelines regarding raptors, bats, gila monsters, and special status plants and animals shall be followed.

      24. "Safe by Design" concepts shall be incorporated in the subdivision plat for review by the Tucson Police Department.

      25. Any relocation, modification, etc., of existing utilities and/or public improvements necessitated by the proposed development shall be at no expense to the public.

      26. Compliance with all Code requirements and conditions of rezoning by March 20, 2005.

      Zero (0) written approvals and zero (0) written protests have been received.

      A simple majority vote of the Mayor and Council will be necessary to adopt an ordinance once the conditions of rezoning are met.

9. ZONING: (C9-99-16) GUERRO - FIRST AVENUE, RX-1 TO C-2, ZONING EXAMINER'S REPORT

    (a) Report from City Manager MARCH20-00-181 WIII

    (b) Report from Zoning Examiner dated February 25, 2000

    (c) Request to rezone approximately 6.48 acres from RX-1 to C-2 zoning. Applicant: Mr. Jack Neubeck of the Planning Center on behalf of the Kimmerly Company and the property owner, Mr. Hector Guerro. The rezoning site is located on the east side of First Avenue between the Rillito River and the Rillito Racetrack Park. The preliminary development plan is for seven (7) one-story office buildings with a total of 62,000 square feet of gross floor area and associated parking lots with a total of 323 parking spaces. The Planning Department and Zoning Examiner recommend approval of C-2 zoning, subject to certain conditions. The City Manager recommends approval of C-2 zoning, subject to the following conditions.

      1. A development plan, in substantial compliance with the preliminary development plan and the Design Compatibility Report, is to be submitted for review and approval in accordance with Section 5.3.8 of the LUC, including, but not limited to:

        a. All buildings shall be one-story, not to exceed twenty-two (22) feet in height, except for architectural elements which may be up to twenty-four (24) feet.

        b. All buildings and walls shall be earth tone colors and materials.

        c. A minimum ten (10) foot wide landscape buffer with canopy trees along the north and east property lines between the subject property and the Rillito Racetrack property. Vegetation density to comply with standard requirements of City Code.

        d. A minimum ten (10) foot wide landscape buffer with canopy trees along the south property lines between the subject property and the Rillito Riverpark. Vegetation density to comply with standard requirements of City Code.

        e. All mechanical equipment, loading areas, dumpsters or similar uses and structures visible from the Rillito Riverpark shall be screened.

        f. A minimum of fifteen (15) parking spaces dedicated for exclusive use by patrons of the Rillito Riverpark with sufficient signage to direct patrons to them. Pedestrian and bicycle access shall be provided from these spaces to the riverpark. If the development is phased, these spaces and associated access will be included in the first phase.

      2. The owner/developer shall dedicate right-of-way, per the Major Streets and Routes Plan, along the First Avenue frontage of the rezoning site.

      3. The owner/developer shall install six (6) foot wide sidewalks along First Avenue from the Rillito River bridge to the proposed access point north of the rezoning site.

      4. Vehicular access from First Avenue shall be located approximately 200 feet north of the northwest corner of the rezoning site, unless an alternative access is approved by the Tucson Department of Transportation.

      5. A recorded agreement with Pima County for a joint use of the Rillito racetrack access road and all other applicable interior roadways must be provided prior to final development plan approval, unless an alternative access is approved by the Tucson Department of Transportation.

      6. A drainage report shall be submitted for review and approval, including retention/detention calculations and requirements.

      7. The owner/developer shall contribute their fair-share toward the cost of the existing flood control/linear park improvements along the Rillito River that benefit the subject property. The fair-share contribution shall be established by the Pima County Department of Transportation and Flood Control District and paid prior to the issuance of any building permits for the subject property.

      8. Landscaping and pedestrian and bicycle access adjacent to the Riverpark shall be approved by Pima County Department of Transportation and Flood Control District.

      9. The owner/developer shall dedicate in fee or easement to Pima County any additional land required for the Rillito Riverpark.

      10. Any free standing signage located within the landscape buffer shall be incorporated into the landscape design.

      11. Any required or proposed masonry screen walls shall be constructed of, or painted with, graffiti-resistant materials. Those screen walls visible from the public right-of-way or parks shall incorporate one of the following decorative materials: (a) tile, (b) stone, (c) brick, (d) textured brick/block, (e) a coarse-textured material such as stucco or plaster, or (f) a combination of the above materials.

      12. Water harvesting techniques shall be incorporated by conveying rooftop, parking area access lane (PAAL), and parking area drainage to designated water harvesting areas.

      13. All outdoor lighting shall be directed down and away from adjacent properties and streets, and not exceed twenty-five (25) feet in height.

      14. An on-the-ground survey by a qualified archeologist shall be performed before any ground modification, and if any remains are found, a data recovery program approved by the Arizona State Museum shall be performed.

      15. "Safe by Design" concepts shall be incorporated in the development plan for review by the Tucson Police Department.

      16. Any relocation, modification, etc., of existing utilities and/or public improvements necessitated by the proposed development shall be at no expense to the public.

      17. A detailed traffic analysis shall be completed prior to the submittal of a development plan for review and approval. Improvements required by the analysis and acceptable to the City Engineer shall be included in the development plan.

      18. Recordation of prohibited uses as approved by the Pima County Board of Supervisors.

      19. Compliance with all Code requirements and conditions of rezoning by March 20, 2005.

      Two (2) written approvals and zero (0) written protests have been received. This results in a zero (0) percent protest by area.

      A simple majority vote of the Mayor and Council will be necessary to adopt an ordinance once the conditions of rezoning have been met.

10. PUBLIC HEARING: ZONING (C15-99-04) ESTABLISHING ORIGINAL CITY ZONING FOR THE TANQUE VERDE TRAILS ANNEXATION DISTRICT AND EXTENDING THE SCENIC ROUTE DESIGNATION FOR TANQUE VERDE ROAD AND HOUGHTON ROAD

    (a) Report from City Manager MARCH20-00-177 WII

    (b) Hearing

    (c) Ordinance No. 9363 relating to zoning; establishing original City zoning for approximately 45.79 acres generally located in an area north of Tanque Verde Road, west of Houghton Road and east of Tomahawk Trail, which was annexed to the City of Tucson by Ordinance No. 9326, adopted on December 13, 1999; and extending the Scenic Route Designation for Houghton Road and Tanque Verde Road and specifying an effective date.

    The City Manager recommends that the Mayor and Council adopt the ordinance presented establishing original City zoning and extending the Scenic Route designation for Houghton Road and Tanque Verde Road within the annexation area.

11. APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS, COMMISSIONS AND COMMITTEES

    (a) Report from City Manager MARCH20-00-178 CITY-WIDE

12. CALL TO THE AUDIENCE, for persons desiring to speak.

13. ADJOURNMENT

    The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Mayor and Council will be held on Monday, March 27, 2000, at 7:30 p.m., in the Crystal/Turquoise Ballroom of the Tucson Convention Center, 260 South Church Avenue (Use Granada Street Entrance), Tucson, Arizona.

MAYOR AND COUNCIL CONSENT AGENDA

MONDAY, MARCH 20, 2000
2:00 PM
MAYOR & COUNCIL CHAMBERS
CITY HALL
255 W. ALAMEDA
TUCSON, ARIZONA



[NOTE: CONSENT AGENDA ITEM NO. 3-O(8) HAS BEEN ADDED.]

A. INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT: WITH THE STATE OF ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FOR PARTIAL FUNDING OF IMPROVEMENTS ALONG AJO WAY FROM LA CHOLLA BOULEVARD TO THE SANTA CRUZ RIVER

    (1) Report from City Manager MARCH20-00-161 WI

    (2) Resolution No. 18545 relating to intergovernmental agreements; approving and authorizing execution of an intergovernmental agreement with the Arizona Department of Transportation to accept partial funding for construction of pedestrian sidewalk, curb access ramps and street lighting along Ajo Way from La Cholla to the Santa Cruz River.

B. ASSURANCE AGREEMENT: OAKMORE AT MIDVALE PARK, LOTS 319 THROUGH 366 (S99-045)

    (1) Report from City Manager MARCH20-00-162 WI

    (2) Resolution No. 18546 relating to planning: Authorizing the Mayor to execute an assurance agreement securing the completion of improvements required in connection with the approval of a final plat for the Oakmore at Midvale Park Subdivision, Lots 319 to 366.

C. SURPLUS PROPERTY: DONATION OF BICYCLES TO THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION'S PARKWISE/TEAM ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM

    (1) Report from City Manager MARCH20-00-164 CITY WIDE

D. PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT: AJO WAY, LA CHOLLA BOULEVARD TO SANTA CRUZ RIVER DISTRICT LIGHTING IMPROVEMENT

    (1) Report from City Manager MARCH20-00-165 WI

    (2) City Engineer submits plans, specifications, assessment diagram and cost estimate.

    (3) Resolution No. 18493. A Resolution of the Mayor and Council of the City of Tucson, declaring its intention to improve by the construction of street lighting and sidewalk, approving assessment district diagram, determining that the proposed work or improvement is of more than local or ordinary public benefit, and determining that improvement bonds be issued by the City of Tucson to represent the costs and expenses thereof, under the provisions of Title 48, Chapter 4, Article 2, Arizona Revised Statutes and Amendments and Supplements thereto, said improvement to be known as the "Ajo Way, La Cholla Boulevard to Santa Cruz River District Lighting Improvement," all being within the City of Tucson, Arizona.

E. INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT: WITH THE RIO NUEVO MULTIPURPOSE FACILITIES DISTRICT OUTLINING RESPONSIBILITIES AND OBLIGATIONS OF THE PARTIES (CONTINUED FROM THE MEETING OF FEBRUARY 28, 2000)

    (1) Report from City Manager MARCH20-00-163 CITY-WIDE

    (2) Resolution No. 18523 relating to Rio Nuevo Multipurpose Facilities District; approving and authorizing execution and delivery of an intergovernmental agreement between the City of Tucson and the District setting forth operational obligations of the parties.

F. GRANT AWARD: FROM THE U. S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE UNDER THE OMNIBUS APPROPRIATIONS ACT OF 1999

    (1) Report from City Manager MARCH20-00-166 CITY-WIDE

    (2) Resolution No. 18548 relating to law enforcement; approving and authorizing execution of a grant award contract between the City of Tucson and the U. S. Department of Justice under the Omnibus Appropriations Act of 1999, No. 99LBVX7842 in the amount of $738,000.00.

G. AGREEMENT: WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA FOR MUNICIPAL SUMMER INTERNS

    (1) Report from City Manager MARCH20-00-167 CITY-WIDE

    (2) Resolution No. 18549 relating to agreements; approving and authorizing execution of an agreement with the Arizona Board of Regents on behalf of the University of Arizona for municipal summer interns.

H. INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT: WITH THE ARIZONA PEACE OFFICER STANDARDS & TRAINING BOARD FOR A FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM

    (1) Report from City Manager MARCH20-00-168 CITY-WIDE

    (2) Resolution No. 18550 relating to intergovernmental agreements; approving and authorizing execution of an intergovernmental agreement with the Arizona Department of Public Safety, on behalf of Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training Board for a fellowship program.

I. REAL PROPERTY: ACQUISITION OF PROPERTY IN COTTONWOOD ADDITION FOR THE RIO NUEVO MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT AREA

    (1) Report from City Manager MARCH20-00-169 WVI

    (2) Resolution No. 18551 relating to real property; authorizing the City Manager to acquire by negotiation, and the City Attorney to condemn if necessary, certain real property.

J. TUCSON CODE: AMENDING (CHAPTER 11) CRIMES AND OFFENSES, RELATING TO SITTING OR LYING DOWN ON PUBLIC SIDEWALKS

    (1) Report from City Manager MARCH20-00-172 CITY-WIDE

    (2) Ordinance No. 9360 relating to crimes and offenses; amending Tucson Code Section 11-36, regulating sitting or lying down on public sidewalks in downtown and neighborhood commercial zones.

K. REAL PROPERTY: SALE OF 818 NORTH 11TH AVENUE TO BRUCE AND JULIE RUED

    (1) Report from City Manager MARCH20-00-173 WI

    (2) Ordinance No. 9361 relating to real property; vacating and declaring certain City property to be surplus property, and authorizing the sale thereof to Bruce A. and Julie M. Rued.

L. FINAL PLAT (S99-045) OAKMORE AT MIDVALE PARK, LOTS 319 THROUGH 366

    (1) Report from City Manager MARCH20-00-174 WI

    (2) The City Manager recommends that, after approval of the assurance agreement, the Mayor and Council approve the final plat as presented. The applicant is advised that building/occupancy permits are subject to the availability of water/sewer capacity at the time of actual application.

M. MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT: WITH THE STATE HISTORIC PRESERVATION OFFICE RELATING TO THE DEMOLITION OF DRACHMAN SCHOOL; AUTHORIZATION FOR STAFF TO EXECUTE A MEMORANDA OF AGREEMENT REQUIRED BY THE NATIONAL HISTORIC PRESERVATION ACT

    (1) Report from City Manager MARCH20-00-175 CITY-WIDE

    (2) Resolution No. 18555 relating to historic preservation; authorizing and approving the execution of a memorandum of agreement between the City of Tucson and the State Historic Preservation Office for the demolition of Drachman School; authorizing City staff to execute routine memoranda of agreement required by revised regulations to Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act.

N. GRANT SUBMISSION: TO THE ARIZONA STATE HISTORIC PRESERVATION OFFICE FOR AN ARIZONA HERITAGE FUND GRANT TO RESTORE THE CHEYNEY HOUSE LOCATED IN THE EL PRESIDIO HISTORIC DISTRICT

    (1) Report from City Manager MARCH20-00-176 WI

    (2) Resolution No. 18556 relating to historic preservation; authorizing and approving the submission of an Arizona Heritage Fund grant proposal to the Arizona State Historic Preservation Office.

O. LIQUOR LICENSES

    A liquor license application will automatically be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered as a separate item by the Mayor and Council if either of the following occurs: A protest against a liquor license application has been received by the City Clerk; OR, A City staff report recommends denial of a liquor license application.

    (1) Report from City Manager MARCH20-00-159

    (2) COMITÉ DE FESTIVIDADES MEXICANAS DE TUCSON, Applicant: Mercedes M. Guerrero, 3700 S. La Cholla Blvd., SPECIAL EVENT, City No. T015-00, WI

    (3) KOKOPELLI WINERY, Applicant: Donald L. Minchella, 4th Ave. & 5th St., SPECIAL EVENT, City No. T019-00, WVI

    (4) TUCSON BREAKFAST LIONS CLUB, Applicant: Raymond J. McKee, 4823 S. 6th Ave., SPECIAL EVENT, City No. T021-00, WV

    (5) TUCSON LEONES DEL OESTE LIONS CLUB, Applicant: Raul B. Gamez, 900 S. Randolph Way, SPECIAL EVENT, City No. T028-00, WVI

    (6) TACOS DON JUAN, Applicant: Franklin C. Anzalone, 2526 E. Broadway Blvd., NEW LICENSE, Series 12, City No. 007-00, WVI

    (7) CHE'S LOUNGE, Applicant: James V. Vancza, 350 N. 4th Ave., PERSON TRANSFER, Series 6, City No. 008-00, WVI

    (8) SAKURA TEPAN STEAK & SUSHI, Applicant: Bin An, 6534 E. Tanque Verde Rd., TEMPORARY EXTENSION OF PREMISES, City No. EP09-00, WII

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