MAYOR AND COUNCIL
PAST AGENDAS

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2001
***12:00 NOON***
TUCSON CONVENTION CENTER
LEO RICH THEATER
260 SOUTH CHURCH AVENUE
TUCSON, ARIZONA

ESTIMATED DURATION

TOPICS

COMMENTS

1 hour

1. Slum Abatement and Blight Enforcement Response (SABER) (City-Wide)

SS/FEB26-01-73

REPORT/RECOMMENDATION

15 mins.

2. Administrative Assistant III - Advisory Arbitration (City-Wide) (Continued from the meeting of February 5, 2001) SS/FEB26-01-63

REPORT/DISCUSSION

 

30 mins.

3. Report From Citizens Bond Project Oversight Committee (City-Wide) SS/FEB26-01-64

REPORT/DISCUSSION

2 hours

4. Proposed Five-Year Capital Improvement Program, Fiscal Years 2002 Through 2006 (City-Wide) SS/FEB26-01-65

REPORT/DISCUSSION

7 mins.

5. Boards Committees and Commission (City-Wide) SS/FEB26-01-70  

7 mins.

6. Mayor and Council Discussion of Regular Agenda SS/FEB26-01-66

 

7 mins.

7. State Legislative Matters (City-Wide) SS/FEB26-01-68

REPORT/DISCUSSION

7 mins.

    8. Federal Legislative Matters (City-Wide) SS/FEB26-01-69

REPORT/DISCUSSION

10 mins.

9. Recommendations for the South 6th/Stone Corridor (City-Wide) SS/FEB26-01-72

REPORT/RECOMMENDATION

7 mins.

10. Mayor and Council Discussion of Future Agendas SS/FEB26-01-67

 

7 mins.

11. Pima Association of Governments (PAG) Management Committee’s Recommendations to Regional Council (City-Wide) SS/FEB26-01-62

REPORT/RECOMMENDATION

15 mins.

12. Additional Funding For the Metropolitan Tucson Convention Center and Visitors Bureau (City-Wide) SS/FEB26-01-71

REPORT/RECOMMENDATION

MAYOR AND COUNCIL REGULAR AGENDA
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2001
7:30 PM
TUCSON CONVENTION CENTER
LEO RICH THEATER
260 SOUTH CHURCH AVENUE
TUCSON, ARIZONA


1. ROLL CALL

2. INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

    INVOCATION - Pastor George Tolman, Broadway Christian Church

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

    PRESENTATION(S):

    (a) Introduction of visitors from Kazakhstan

3. CITY MANAGER’S REPORT: SUMMARY OF CURRENT EVENTS

    (a) Report from City Manager FEB26-01-92 CITY-WIDE

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

5. CONSENT AGENDA - ITEMS A THROUGH F

FOR COMPLETE DESCRIPTION OF ITEMS

SEE ATTACHED 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.

6. LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATIONS

    (a) Report from City Manager FEB26-01-93

    (b) LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATION(S)

    No regular licenses for this meeting

    (c) SPECIAL EVENTS

       Staff Recommendations

      (1) Bank One Tucson International
      Mariachi Conference
      221 S. 6th Avenue
      Applicant: Carlos E. Dejud
      City #: T136-00, located in Ward 6
      Date of the event: April 28, 2001

      Police: In Compliance
      Planning: In Compliance
      One Protest Received
       

      (2) North Fourth Avenue
      Merchants Association
      Fourth Avenue between 9th St.
      University Boulevard
      Applicant: Daniel George Matlick
      City #: T004-01, located in Ward 6
      Date of the event: March 23, 2001
      March 24, 2001
      March 25, 2001

      Police: In Compliance
      Planning: In Compliance
       

      (3) Tucson Parks Foundation
      Randolph Golf Course,
      600 S. Alvernon Way
      Applicant: Scott D. Gibson
      City #: T008-01, located in Ward 6
      Date of the event: March 4, through
      March 11, 2001

      Police: In Compliance
      Planning: In Compliance
       

      (4) Dance Southwest Centro
      Cultural de las Americas
      40 W. Broadway Blvd.
      Applicant: Lori Kay Franklin-Garcia
      City #: T014-01, Located in Ward 6
      Date of the event: March 4, 2001

      Police: In Compliance
      Planning: In Compliance
       

      (5) Tucson Museum Of Art
      140 N. Main Avenue
      Applicant: Charlie E. Bodden
      City #: T009-01, located in Ward 6
      Date of the event: March 14, 2001

      Police: In Compliance
      Planning: In Compliance
       

      (6) Tucson Botanical Gardens
      2150 N. Alvernon Way
      Applicant: Suzanne M. Azersky
      City #: T012-01, located in Ward 6
      Date of the event: March 16, 2001

      Police: In Compliance
      Planning: In Compliance

    (d) EXTENSION OF PREMISES Staff Recommendations

      (1) Montgomery’s Irish Pub
      9155 E. Tanque Verde Road #177
      Applicant: Jerry A. Montgomery
      City #: EP04-01, located in Ward 2
      Type: Temporary Extension
      Date of the event: March 17, 2001

      Police: In Compliance
      Planning: In Compliance

7. PUBLIC HEARING: ZONING - (C9-99-18) UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA - COLUMBUS BOULEVARD, RX-1 AND C-1 TO R-2 AND C-1, ZONING EXAMINER'S REPORT

    (a) Report from City Manager FEB26-01-86 WII

    (b) Report from Zoning Examiner dated January 26, 2001

    (c) Hearing on a request to rezone approximately 66.8 acres on the west side of Columbus Boulevard north of Fort Lowell Road from RX-1 and C-1 to R-2 and C-1 zoning. Applicant: Charlie Deans of Planners Ink, on behalf of the property owners, the University of Arizona. The preliminary development plan is for a maximum of 700 single-family and multi-family dwelling units utilizing the Residential Cluster Project option on 58.8 acres for an overall density of 11.9 units per acre and a maximum of 25,000 square feet of gross floor area for retail trade uses and 25,000 square feet of gross floor area for commercial services uses on 8.0 acres. The Planning Department recommends approval of R-2 and C-1 zoning. The Zoning Examiner recommends denial of R-2 and C-1 zoning. The City Manager recommends approval of R-2 and C-1 zoning, subject to the following conditions:

      1. A public hearing before the Mayor and Council following submittal of a master preliminary development plan for the entire rezoning site in compliance with the conditions of rezoning, Environmental Resource Report, Design Compatibility Report and City of Tucson Design Guidelines Manual, including, but not limited to:

        a. A conceptual land use plan providing a mix of uses on the rezoning site and density transitions.

        b. A conceptual circulation plan including street hierarchy and pedestrian system, with typicals and cross-sections.

        c. A conceptual open space, wash and trails plan, with typicals and cross-sections.

        d. All phases of the development shall be in substantial compliance with the master preliminary development plan. After the first phase of the development plan has been approved, any major changes to or variations from the master preliminary development plan will require approval by Mayor and Council. Major changes include but are not limited to: increase in the number of residential units; decrease in the amount of open space provided; changes in the number or location of access points; change in the mix of land uses; and increase in the density of residential units along the western boundary of the site, where the development is adjacent to lower intensity residential zoning or uses.

        e. A separate subdivision plat and/or development plan shall be submitted for review and approval in accordance with the requirements of the LUC for each portion of the rezoning site.

      2. Residential development on the entire rezoning site shall be limited to a maximum of seven hundred (700) units, of which no more than two hundred fifty (250) may be multi-family units.

      3. A direct street connection from the residential portion of the development to Fort Lowell Road shall be provided. This street connection need not be an all-weather crossing unless required by the Traffic Engineering Section. A minimum six (6) foot wide all-weather pedestrian crossing of Christopher City Wash connecting to the internal pedestrian circulation system south of Christopher City Wash shall be provided adjacent to or nearby the direct street connection noted above.

      4. Residentially developed blocks adjacent to the west property line of the rezoning site, north of the Christopher City Wash, shall be limited to six (6) units per acre with a variety of building setbacks.

      5. Any residential units developed in the C-1 zoned area shall be included in the maximum number of residential units for the site.

      6. A maximum of 50,000 square feet of gross floor area for Retail Trade Uses or Commercial Service Uses, with a maximum of 25,000 square feet of gross floor area for either land use group. For the purpose of this condition, Administrative and Professional Office Uses may be counted toward the 25,000 square foot limit on Retail Trade Uses. Individual uses are limited to 5,000 square feet of gross floor area.

      7. The owner/developer shall dedicate right-of-way, per the Major Streets and Routes, along Fort Lowell Road and Columbus Boulevard, as may be required by the City Engineer.

      8. The owner/developer shall improve Fort Lowell Road to provide a continuous two-way center turn lane west of Columbus Boulevard along the entire frontage with appropriate transitions west of the project. A westbound acceleration/deceleration lane shall be required for the access opening to Fort Lowell Road.

      9. The owner/developer shall improve Columbus Boulevard north of Fort Lowell Road to provide a northbound turn lane into the proposed new accesses and for a southbound right turn bay at the intersection.

      10. The owner/developer shall be responsible for the development of a complete Category Three (3) Traffic Impact Study and shall make such improvements as recommended by the study, as approved by the City Engineer.

      11. The owner/developer shall construct a minimum six (6) foot wide public sidewalk along Fort Lowell Road and Columbus Boulevard.

      12. The owner/developer shall provide a recessed Sun Tran pullout bus bay and shelter on Fort Lowell Road. A Sun Tran bus stop with shelter will also be provided in the area of the on-site neighborhood center (if developed). If the on-site neighborhood center is not developed, the owner/developer shall provide a turn around area on the northern most part of Columbus Boulevard.

      13. There shall be a maximum of three (3) access points to Columbus Boulevard north of the Christopher City Wash, and one (1) access point south of the Wash. New access points are to align with existing streets on east side of Columbus Boulevard. A one-foot no-access easement shall be recorded along Columbus Boulevard except at the above-referenced four (4) access points. The owner/developer shall be responsible for any necessary improvements to Columbus Boulevard related to this development.

      14. Provide a minimum of two (2) right-of-way stub outs to the west property line.

      15. A master drainage report shall be submitted for review and approval, including retention and detention calculations and requirements. A separate drainage report shall be prepared and submitted for review and approval for each block or lot.

      16. The Christopher City Wash shall be subject to the requirements of the City Watercourse Amenities, Safety and Habitat (WASH) ordinance. Vegetation shall be retained within fifty (50) feet of the top of the bank of the wash and enhanced as needed with drought-tolerant native plants, at a minimum average of one tree per thirty-three (33) linear feet of bank. The owner/developer shall provide calculations on the tentative plat/development plan to demonstrate compliance with this condition.

      17. Minimum building setback line along the north property line of fifty (50) feet. Any existing native trees in this area shall be preserved in place. New landscaping in this area must consist of native riparian vegetation.

      18. The rezoning site shall be subject to the requirements of the City of Tucson Landfill Ordinance No. 8852.

      19. Residential structures shall be designed with varying lot sizes, building footprints, building orientations, setbacks, and orientation of garages and porches. Garages and accessory structures shall be de-emphasized by integrating garages and accessory structures into the overall architectural design, varying the placement and orientation of garages, using side and/or rear garage access, and using shared driveways among clustered units.

      20. Commercial structures shall be designed to be compatible with the residential development on the remainder of the site. Compatibility to be demonstrated for elements including but not limited to: signs, lighting, screen walls, monuments, landscaping, rooflines, colors, materials, and architectural design. Elevations of proposed structures are to be submitted for review with the development plan. The following conditions shall also apply to the C-1 zoned area:

        a. All structures shall have a variety of rooflines and shall be oriented to allow view corridors through the site. Coolers, air conditioners, and other mechanical equipment shall be concealed from view from streets and nearby structures.

        b. Front, side, and rear facades shall be designed so that at least twenty (20) percent of the façade will have wall projections and/or recesses at least three feet in depth. Front facades are to be designed so that at least sixty (60) percent of the facade will contain animating features such as display windows, colonnades, views into lobbies, artwork, or other comparable elements. The side and rear facades of all structures shall be designed with architectural detail comparable to the front facades.

        c. Parking areas adjacent to Fort Lowell Road and Columbus Boulevard shall be internalized (to the rear or side of buildings) and be limited to one tier of parking spaces located in the area between the street and the leading edge of a structure.

        d. An internal pedestrian circulation system with minimum six (6) foot wide concrete sidewalks will be provided to all buildings, parking areas, and public sidewalks. All pedestrian crosswalks shall utilize textured paving. A central pedestrian connection shall be provided between the commercial center and the adjoining residential developments. This requirement shall apply to the existing apartment development to the west, unless is can be documented the property owners to the west do not desire pedestrian access.

        e. Outdoor lighting shall not exceed 18 feet in height measured to the light source and shall be directed down and away from residential parcels and public roadways.

        f. Maximum building height of two-stories and 25 feet.

        g. Business hours, loading, unloading, and garbage pick-up limited to between the hours of 6am and 10pm.

      21. A minimum ten (10) foot wide landscape buffer in compliance with section 3.7.2.4 of the LUC is to be provided adjacent to the Columbus Boulevard right-of-way.

      22. A landscaped area including canopy trees at a ratio of one (1) tree every fifty (50) linear feet shall be provided adjacent to the public sidewalk areas on all internal streets with ADT’s of 200 or greater.

      23. A minimum four (4) acre common area park shall be provided. If more than four hundred (400) single-family residential units are proposed, the required common area park shall include a ramada and pool. The common area park shall be linked to the site’s pedestrian walkways, and shall have access and parking areas for vehicles and bicycles.

      24. A minimum of twelve (12) percent of the total site shall be provided as open space. Open space associated with the common area park may be counted toward the twelve (12) percent open space calculation.

      25. A pedestrian pathway shall be provided along the Christopher City Wash within the rezoning site to connect with the Rillito River Linear Park.

      26. Children’s play areas shall be located to be visible from a maximum number of residential units. Where possible they should be linked to other open space or common areas.

      27. Any required or proposed decorative masonry screen walls shall be constructed of, or painted with, graffiti-resistant materials. Those screen walls adjacent to the wash or visible from the public right-of-way 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. In addition, any continuous wall greater than seventy-five (75) feet in length and three (3) feet in height shall vary the wall alignment (jog, curve, notch, or setback, etc.) and include trees or shrubs in the voids created by the variations.

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

      29. Signage shall be integrated into and shown on the landscape plan, and shall be consistent with the architectural theme for the site.

      30. Dumpsters and loading spaces shall be placed at least fifty (50) feet from any adjoining residential zone or use.

      31. An on-the-ground survey by a qualified archeologist shall be performed and a report of the results submitted prior to any development plan or tentative plat approval. If any remains are found, a data recovery program approved by the Arizona State Museum shall be established and mitigated in accordance with guidelines provided by the Arizona State Museum.

      32. Areas containing vegetation to be preserved in place shall be temporarily fenced off and protected during construction activity.

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

      34. "Safe by Design" concepts shall be incorporated in the development plan(s) and subdivision plat(s) for review by the Tucson Police Department.

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

      36. The owner/developer shall submit to the eleven (11) surrounding homeowner associations a master preliminary development plan for the entire rezoning site for their review prior to submittal to the City of Tucson for consideration by the Mayor and Council. The associations to be contacted include the Creekside I, Creekside II, Lazy Creek I, Lazy Creek II, McCormick Place I Townhomes, McCormick Place II Townhomes, McCormick Place III Townhomes, Town & Country I, Town & Country II, Christopher Heights, and Desert Heights Associations.

      37. A maximum of one (1) drive through window. No drive-through food service uses.

      38. Single family residential buildings within 150 feet of the Columbus and Fort Lowell Road right of way will not exceed a building height of 20 feet.

      39. Five years are allowed in which to comply with all Code requirements and conditions of rezoning. Recordation of a plat is required for the residential portion and approval of a development plan and issuance of building permits required for the commercial portion.

    Five written approvals and 103 written protests have been received. Thirty-four protests are within the 150 foot area, representing a 38.7 percent protest by area to the south, a 14.02 percent protest by area to the east, and a zero percent protest by area to the north and west.

    A three-fourths majority vote will be necessary to adopt an ordinance rezoning the subject property once the conditions of rezoning are met.

8. PUBLIC HEARING: ZONING - (C9-95-27) PORTER/GIBSON - FORT LOWELL ROAD, RX-1 TO C-1, FIVE-YEAR TIME EXTENSION

    (a) Report from City Manager FEB26-01-91 WII

    (b) Hearing on a request to rezone a 6.62 acre parcel located on the southeast corner of Camp Lowell Drive and Laurel Avenue from RX-1 to C-1 zoning. Applicant: Bob Gibson, on behalf of the property owners, Jeannette Porter, Jean Dun Porter and himself. The preliminary development plan is for three groups of one- and two-story commercial/office buildings (71,000 square feet of floor area). The Planning Department recommends approval of the requested five-year time extension from March 18, 2001, to March 18, 2006, subject to certain revised conditions. The City Manager recommends approval of the requested five-year time extension to C-1, for the northern 220 feet of the property, and O-2 zoning for the remainder of the site, subject to compliance with the conditions of rezoning as follows: (Added or amended conditions are noted in the left margin. Within the conditions new text is underscored, deleted text is strikethrough.)

      AMENDED 1. A development plan, in substantial compliance with the preliminary development plan, is to be submitted and approved in accordance with Section 5.3.8 of the LUC, including, but not limited to the following.

        a. Vehicular access is restricted to two points on Fort Lowell Road Camp Lowell Drive and no access to Laurel Avenue. The nearest vehicular access point shall be a minimum of 150 feet from the intersection of those two streets.

        b. The development plan shall include an internal pedestrian and bicycle circulation system that is also connected to public facilities, such as the public road system. An opening in the masonry wall on Laurel Avenue shall be included to allow pedestrian and bicycle access.

        c. Architectural elements on buildings shall incorporate all of the following techniques:

          (1) Balconies and upper story windows that are either clerestory or directed away from adjacent residential uses to protect the privacy of those uses.

          (2) A variety of rooflines in buildings where heights are in excess of 16 feet.

        AMENDED d. Except for the existing residence, one-story buildings on the site shall have a minimum setback of 25 feet from Fort Lowell Road Camp Lowell Drive and 30 feet from Laurel Avenue. One-story buildings shall not exceed a maximum building height of 18 feet. Two-story buildings shall be limited to a maximum building height of 28 feet and shall have a minimum setback of 40 feet from Fort Lowell Road Camp Lowell Drive and 160 feet from Laurel Avenue.

        e. Masonry walls shall be constructed of, or surfaced with, graffiti-resistant materials and shall incorporate one or more of the following features:

          (1) Decorative materials (such as tile, stone, brick, adobe, or wood), textured covering materials (such as stucco or plaster), or a combination of two or more materials.

          (2) Colors that are predominant in the natural desert landscape.

          (3) Variations in wall alignment, such as jogs, curves, or notches.

        f. Provide a landscape plan which includes a vegetation inventory that shows/explains how existing vegetation on site will be addressed. The inventory should identify the location of the significant vegetation and other on-site trees with a caliper of four inches or more. The inventory should also indicate whether the identified vegetation will be preserved in place, relocated on-site, or replaced with native plant materials of comparable size and density. The existing mature vegetation at the northeastern portion of the site shall

        be incorporated into the screening and buffering elements and proposed detention area, subject to disturbance for city-required drainage improvements. Perimeter canopy trees planted next to abutting residential uses or zones should reach 50 percent of their mature growth within two growing seasons and should be placed at intervals that ensure the canopies will touch at maturity. Project signage to be integrated with the landscape theme.

        g. The required grading plan shall indicate those areas of mature, natural vegetation and a scheme that details how these areas will be treated during construction. Limit grading of development parcels to within four months of actual construction.

        h. Dumpsters and loading areas are to shall be screened with masonry walls and landscaping and not located adjacent to residential zones located a minimum of fifty (50) feet from any residentially zoned or developed property.

        i. An on-the-ground archaeological site survey shall be conducted and results shall be provided with the submittal of the development plan. Findings shall be submitted together with a mitigation plan to the Arizona State Museum, prior to excavation.

      2. Incorporate "Safe by Design" concepts in the development plan, as recommended by the Tucson Police Department.

      3. Outdoor lighting shall be shielded and directed away from adjacent residential zones.

      AMENDED 4. A drainage report is required which addresses drainage flows which cross the property from south to north along the east property boundary at the Venice Avenue alignment. The Venice Wash and drainage improvements on-site shall be visually enhanced by incorporating the following:

        (a) Redesign the detention basin shown on the preliminary development plan to be more linear so that it will add to the landscape buffer area along the entire eastern property line and preserve as much of the existing vegetation as possible. Landscaping with native vegetation is to include a mix of canopy trees, shrubs, and ground cover, within a minimum 10-foot width from the tops of banks.

        (b) Use natural-appearing materials. Where stabilization with concrete-type material is necessary, the soil cement or gunnite shall be textured and colored to blend with adjacent soil conditions.

        Master Drainage Report for the 6.67 acre site development addressing both detention and retention shall be submitted and approved. A separate set aside 5-year threshold retention basin/area shall be provided within the development.

      5. Compliance is required with the guidelines for the handling of desert wildlife provided by the Arizona Game and Fish Department.

      AMENDED 6. Dedication is required for the Fort Lowell Road Camp Lowell Drive right-of-way per the specific plan alignment as designated by the Improvement District.

      AMENDED 7. The applicant/property owner is to shall participate in the Paving Improvement District for Fort Lowell Road Camp Lowell Drive and accept an assessment for 24 feet of permanent pavement, the curb, and the sidewalk along the project street frontage. Should the Improvement District be completed prior to development, as an interim pavement cross section, the applicant/property owner will only be required to add 12 feet of pavement, the curb, and the sidewalk. The owner/developer shall widen Camp Lowell Drive by providing a continuous left turn lane with appropriate taper and transitions for both access openings to the site.

      AMENDED 8. No building permits shall be issued until the roadway improvements for Fort Lowell Road Camp Lowell Drive are complete.

      AMENDED 9. The owner/developer shall construct a sidewalk along the western edge of the property, just east of Laurel Avenue, prior to construction of any other on-site improvements. Except for the purpose of sidewalk and screen wall construction, construction access shall be from Fort Lowell Road Camp Lowell Drive only.

      10. Recordation of the February 10, 1996, agreement (see attached to the Zoning Examiner’s Report to Mayor and Council) between the property owners and the neighborhood property owners.

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

      AMENDED 12. Compliance Five years are allowed to comply with all Code requirements and conditions of rezoning by March 18, 2006.

      ADDED 13. The owner/developer shall dedicate right-of-way along Camp Lowell Drive per the Major Streets and Routes Plan.

      ADDED 14. The Venice Wash along the east property line shall be preserved including the vegetation/habitat along the wash. The Drainage Report shall include analysis to evaluate the flow area needed to adequately convey the discharge in Venice Wash. A separate twenty (20) foot access and maintenance easement shall be provided on both sides of the wash. The existing vegetation could be preserved or enhanced within the access and maintenance easements. As an alternate, the bed, banks and access/maintenance area can be dedicated as a drainageway/open space area. Any improvements or enhancement to the Venice Wash area shall be paid for by the developer of the subject parcel.

      ADDED 15. Water harvesting techniques shall be utilized. All roof drainage and parking area access lane (PAAL) runoff shall be directed to landscape or water harvesting areas prior to discharging in Venice Wash or other wash/detention basin areas.

      ADDED 16. Any improvements to the Venice Wash and adjacent vegetation/habitat area shall use materials that mimic naturally occurring materials in the area. Use of concrete is prohibited without appropriate justification and mitigation.

      ADDED 17. A Floodplain Use Permit shall be required prior to any development on the site.

    Ten (10) written approvals and fifteen (15) written protests were received for the original public hearing on February 8, 1996. One protest is within the 150 feet of the rezoning site resulting in a 5.5 percent protest by area to the west and a zero percent protest to the north, east, and south.

    A simple majority vote will be necessary to approve the requested time extension from March 18, 2001, to March 18, 2006.

9. PUBLIC HEARING: RIO NUEVO MASTER PLAN

    (a) Report from City Manager FEB26-01-94 CITY-WIDE

    (b) Hearing

10. APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS, COMMISSIONS AND COMMITTEES

    (a) Report from City Manager FEB26-01-84 CITY-WIDE

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

12. ADJOURNMENT

The next scheduled meeting of the Mayor and Council will be held on Monday, March 5, 2001, at 2:00 p.m. and continued at 7:30 p.m., in the Mayor and Council Chambers, 255 West Alameda, Tucson, Arizona.

MAYOR AND COUNCIL CONSENT AGENDA
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2001
7:30 PM
TUCSON CONVENTION CENTER
LEO RICH THEATER
260 SOUTH CHURCH AVENUE
TUCSON, ARIZONA



A. INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT: WITH PIMA COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT TO PROVIDE DRUG COURT SUPPORT

    (1) Report from City Manager FEB26-01-83 CITY-WIDE

    (2) Resolution No. 18840 relating to intergovernmental agreements; approving and authorizing execution of an intergovernmental agreement with Pima County Superior Court to provide drug court support.

B. PETITION: RESPONSE TO PETITION FROM KENNETH RINEER REGARDING FIREARMS ON LIBRARY GROUNDS

    (1) Report from City Manager FEB26-01-85 CITY-WIDE

C. REAL PROPERTY: DEDICATION OF CERTAIN CITY-OWNED PROPERTY AS RIGHT-OF-WAY

    (1) Report from City Manager FEB26-01-87 WIII & WVI

    (2) Ordinance No. 9518 relating to real property; dedicating certain portions of City-owned real property within Lot 1 of Block 4 of Speedway Tracts, Lot 4 of Sunnyside Addition to Tucson, and Lot 3 of Block 14 of Cornell Heights as roadway rights-of-way; dedicating portions of Lot 18 of Cherry/Campbell Redevelopment and a portion of the northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of section 35, Township 13 South, Range 13 East, G.&S.R.B.&M., as drainageway rights-of-way

D. INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT: WITH Pima County for improvements of Golf Links Road from Bonanza Avenue to Houghton Road and petition TO establish Golf Links Road as a county highway

    (1) Report from City Manager FEB26-01-88 WIV

    (2) Resolution No. 18841 relating to the execution of an intergovernmental agreement between the City of Tucson and Pima County for design and construction of improvements of Golf Links Road from Bonanza Avenue to Houghton Road and petition for establishment of Golf Links Road as a County Highway.

E. PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT: SILVERCROFT ADDITION DISTRICT LIGHTING IMPROVEMENT

    (1) Report from City Manager FEB26-01-89 WI

    (2) City Engineer submits plans, specifications, assessment diagrams, and cost estimates.

    (3) Resolution No. 18839. Resolution of the Mayor and Council of the City of Tucson, declaring its intention to improve by the construction of street lighting, in certain portions of Silvercroft Addition, 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 "Silvercroft Addition District Lighting Improvement," all being within the City of Tucson, Arizona.

F. TUCSON CODE: AMENDING (CHAPTER 10) COMPENSATION PLAN RELATING TO TEMPORARY COMPENSATION FOR TUCSON WATER EMPLOYEES WORKING IN THE PIPELINE PROTECTION PROGRAM

    (1) Report from City Manager FEB26-01-90 CITY-WIDE

    (2) Ordinance No. 9519 relating to compensation plan; amending Chapter 10, Article II of the Tucson Code, adding Section 10-53.

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