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MAYOR AND COUNCIL STUDY SESSION AGENDA

Mayor and Council
Study Session Agenda


MAYOR AND COUNCIL CHAMBERS - CITY HALL, 255 W. ALAMEDA
May 13, 2002
***1:30 p.m.***

ESTIMATED DURATION

TOPICS

COMMENTS

15 min. 1. Advisory Arbitration Results (City-Wide) SS/MAY13-02-140 REPORT/RECOMMENDATION
7 min. 2. Boards, Commissions and Committees (City-Wide) SS/MAY13-02-145  
7 min. 3. Mayor and Council Discussion of Regular Agenda (City-Wide) SS/MAY13-02-141  
7 min. 4. Mayor and Council Discussion of Future Agendas (City-Wide) SS/MAY13-02-142  
20 min. 5. Intergovernmental Relations: Discussion of 2002 State and Federal Legislation Affecting the City (City-Wide) SS/MAY13-02-1465. Community Services Consolidated Annual Funding Plan (City-Wide) SS/MAY6-02-139 REPORT/RECOMMENDATION
2.5 hrs. 6. Review of the Recommended Biennial Budget, Fiscal Years 2003 and 2004 - Discussion of the Environment and Development Program Category (City-Wide) SS/MAY13-02-143 REPORT/RECOMMENDATION
  7. Administrative Action Report and Summary SS/MAY13-02-144  
10 min. 8. National League of Cities' Debrief (City-Wide) SS/MAY13-02-147 REPORT/RECOMMENDATION

MAYOR AND COUNCIL REGULAR AGENDA

REGULAR MEETING

MONDAY, May 13, 2002 - 7:30 P.M.
MAYOR AND COUNCIL CHAMBERS
(CITY HALL, 255 WEST ALAMEDA, TUCSON, ARIZONA)

1. ROLL CALL

2. INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

INVOCATION - Pastor Randy Musgrove, Grace Chapel

AMENDED- PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE - Led by Girl Scout Troop 111 and 61

PRESENTATIONS

    (a) Presentation by the Corbett Elementary School Touring Chorus.

    (b) Presentation of Certificate naming the EKTA Dance Troop "Honorary Citizens of Tucson"

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

    (a) Report from City Manager MAY13-02-259 CITY-WIDE

4. CALL TO THE AUDIENCE:

At this time, any member of the public is allowed to address the Mayor and City Council on any issue not listed on tonight's agenda. Pursuant to the Arizona Open Meeting Law, individual Council Members may ask the City Manager to review the matter, ask that the matter be placed on a future agenda, or respond to criticism made by speakers. However, the Mayor and Council may not discuss or take legal action on matters raised during "call to the audience."

5. CONSENT AGENDA - ITEMS A THROUGH F

FOR COMPLETE DESCRIPTION OF ITEMS 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.

6. LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATIONS

    (a) Report from City Manager MAY13-02-262

    (b) LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATION(S)

    New License(s)

      (1) EL SUR RESTAURANT Staff Recommendation
      5602 E. 22nd Street
      Applicant: Luis O. Mejia Police: In Compliance
      City #030-02, located in Ward 4 Planning: In Compliance
      Series #12 Business License: In Compliance
      Action must be taken by May 31, 2002
      Public Opinion: PROTEST FILED

      NOTE: State law provides that a new license, "In all proceedings before the governing body of a city…the applicant bears the burden of showing that the public convenience requires and that the best interest of community will be substantially served by the issuance of a license". (A.R.S Section 4-201)

    Person Transfer(s)

      (2) ROOSTER INN Staff Recommendation
      5122 S. Nogales Hwy
      Applicant: Jose N. Quiroz-Miranda Police: In Compliance
      City #028-02, located in Ward 5 Planning: In Compliance
      Series #06 Business License: In Compliance
      Action must be taken by May 26, 2002

      NOTE: For a person to person transfer, the State Liquor Board will not hold a hearing to consider a protest of location or permit testimony against the location at a hearing scheduled to evaluate the personal qualification of the applicant.

7. ZONING: (C9-01-34) D.R. HORTON - VALENCIA ROAD, I-1 TO R-2

    (a) Report from City Manager MAY13-02-263 WV

    (b) Zoning Examiner's Report dated April 26, 2002

    (c) Request to rezone approximately 32.7 acres from I-1 (Light Industrial) to R-2 (Medium Density Residential) zoning. Applicant: The Planning Center, on behalf of the property owners, D.R. Horton Homes.

    The rezoning site is located on the north side of Valencia Road, one-half mile east of Alvernon Way. The preliminary development plan is for 187 one and two-story, single-family, detached, residential units utilizing the Residential Cluster Project (RCP) development option for a density of 5.7 units per acre.

    The Zoning Examiner recommends approval of R-2 zoning. The City Manager recommends approval of R-2 zoning subject to the following conditions:

      1. A subdivision plat in substantial compliance with the preliminary development plan dated March 19, 2002, and the Design Compatibility Report, is to be submitted and approved in accordance with Section 4.1.1. of the Land Use Code.

      2. The owner/developer shall dedicate right-of-way, including applicable intersection widening, per the Major Streets and Routes Plan map, along Valencia Road, as required.

      3. Dedication of thirty (30) foot radius spandrels at the Columbus Boulevard and Valencia Road intersection.

      4. Dedication of twenty-five (25) foot radius spandrels at the remaining access points on Valencia Road.

      5. The provision of all necessary improvements to Valencia Road determined necessary by the Pima County Department of Transportation shall be approved prior to subdivision plat approval.

      6. Installation of six (6) foot wide sidewalks along the Valencia Road frontage of the site and along both sides of Columbus Boulevard from Valencia Road north to the existing section of Columbus Boulevard north of the site.

      7. The local street cross-section within the subdivision shall be designed to accommodate on-street parking on one or both sides of the street.

      8. The location of any "No Parking" signs shall be disclosed by a note on the final plat and shall be shown on the tentative plat.

      9. The location and design of any access points onto Valencia Road shall be approved by the Pima County Department of Transportation prior to subdivision plat approval.

      10. Prepare and submit for approval a detailed hydrology and hydraulics report. The report shall address both detention and the five (5) year Threshold Retention storage. Detention storage must result in peak reduction by twenty (20) percent.

      11. Prior to approval of the final plat, a Letter of Map Revisions (LOMR) or a Conditional Letter of Map Revisions (CLOMR), to redelineate the flood plain of Earp Wash on the Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) as it pertains to the project site, shall be required.

      12. A fifty (50) foot wide area shall be set aside as open space along the south bank of the Earp Wash that shall include the entire resource area as defined in the WASH ordinance.

      13. The area along the south bank of the Earp Wash shall be landscaped as proposed as shown on the preliminary development plan dated March 19, 2002.

      14. Water harvesting techniques shall be utilized by directing all development runoff to detention/retention areas and/or depressed landscape areas prior to discharging in the Earp Wash.

      15. A minimum ten (10) foot wide pedestrian trail, surfaced with compacted decomposed granite as a minimum, shall be provided along the Earp Wash.

      16. The sidewalk system shall be extended beyond the street system to connect the ends of cul-de-sac streets to adjacent streets or open space.

      17. A 0.5 acre minimum (unless a larger area is required per RCP requirements) recreational area, designed for and useable by both children and adults, including at a minimum play equipment and seating areas, shall be provided adjacent to the Earp Wash and Columbus Boulevard, as shown on the preliminary development plan dated March 19, 2002.

      18. A ten (10) foot landscape/pedestrian area shall be provided on both sides of all interior streets, measured from the back of curb. The landscape/pedestrian area shall contain a minimum of one canopy tree for every two lots.

      19. Any required or proposed masonry screen walls shall be constructed of, or painted with, graffiti-resistant materials. These screen walls 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.

      20. Any continuous wall greater than 75 feet in length and 3 feet in height visible from the public right-of-way shall vary the wall alignment (jog, curve, notch, or setback, etc.) and include trees or shrubs in the voids created by the variations.

      21. An archaeological assessment and survey shall be performed by a qualified archaeologist before any grading or other ground modification takes place. If cultural features or remains are found, testing and data recovery shall be completed as needed. Copies of testing plans, testing reports, data recovery plans and final reports shall be submitted to and approved by the City Historic Preservation Office prior to construction work commencing. If, during construction, human remains and associated burial items are discovered, ground disturbing activities in the vicinity of the discovery will cease, the discovery site will be secured, and the Arizona State Museum will be immediately notified as required under A. R. S. 41-865.

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

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

    Five years from the date of initial authorization are allowed to comply with all Code requirements and conditions of rezoning.

    Zero written approvals and zero written protests have been received.

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

8. ZONING: (C9-02-04) CHICANOS POR LA CAUSA - SILVERBELL ROAD; SR TO R-1

    (a) Report from City Manager MAY13-02-266 WI

    (b) Zoning Examiner's Report dated April 26, 2002

    (c) Request to rezone approximately 6.26 acres from SR to R-1 zoning. Applicant: The Planning Center, on behalf of the property owners, Chicanos Por La Causa.

    The rezoning site is located on the west side of Silverbell Road at Introspect Drive. The preliminary development plan is for 64 one-story single family residences on a 23.37 acre site for an overall density of 2.74 units per acre.

    The Zoning Examiner recommends approval of R-1 zoning. 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, and the Design Compatibility Report, is to be submitted and approved in accordance with Section 4.1.1 of the Land Use Code.

      2. Dedication of twenty-five foot radius spandrels at the access road intersection are required.

      3. A seventeen (17) foot wide, 250 foot long, southbound right turn/deceleration lane and transitions/tapers shall be constructed on Silverbell Road.

      4. In lieu of installing an additional lane of paving, curb and sidewalks along Silverbell Road, or participating in a future improvement district, the owner/developer shall provide funding in the amount of $63,750, provided upon the issuance of the first building permit.

      5. A detailed hydrology and hydraulics report shall include provision of a collector channel along the western edge of the development.

      6. If necessary the drainage report shall include a provision of five (5) year Threshold Retention.

      7. The culverts under Silverbell Road shall be constructed with the development at no cost to the City.

      8. A ten (10) foot landscape/pedestrian area shall be provided on both sides of all interior streets, measured from the back of curb. The landscape/pedestrian area shall contain a minimum of one canopy tree for every two lots.

      9. Pedestrian connections to the areas designated as open space shall be provided.

      10. The local street cross-section within the subdivision shall be designed to accommodate on-street parking on one or both sides of the street.

      11. The location of any "No Parking" signs shall be disclosed by a note on the final plat and shall be shown on the tentative plat.

      12. Development shall complement the surrounding residential developments. Compatibility shall be demonstrated for elements including but not limited to: signs, lighting, screen walls, landscaping, rooflines, colors, materials, and architectural design.

      13. All mechanical equipment shall be screened and architecturally integrated with the design of the development.

      14. Street numbers shall be clearly visible from public rights-of-way. The size, location, and style of numerals shall be based on the character of the building.

      15. All structures and freestanding walls are to be of earth-toned colors.

      16. Any required or proposed masonry screen walls shall be constructed of, or painted with, graffiti-resistant materials. These screen walls 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.

      17. Any continuous wall greater than 75 feet in length and 3 feet in height visible from the public right-of-way shall vary the wall alignment (jog, curve, notch, or setback, etc.) and include trees or shrubs in the voids created by the variations.

      18. All private open space and landscape areas, including detention/retention areas, shall be designated as common area and maintained by the homeowners association.

      19. An archaeological assessment and survey shall be performed by a qualified archaeologist before any grading or other ground modification takes place. If cultural features or remains are found, testing and data recovery shall be completed as needed. Copies of testing plans, testing reports, data recovery plans and final reports shall be submitted to and approved by the City Historic Preservation Office prior to construction work commencing. If, during construction, human remains and associated burial items are discovered, ground disturbing activities in the vicinity of the discovery will cease, the discovery site will be secured, and the Arizona State Museum will be immediately notified as required under A. R. S. 41-865.

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

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

      22. Grading of the development parcel shall not occur more than four (4) months before construction.

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

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

      25. Five years are allowed in which to comply with all Code requirements and conditions of rezoning. Four written approvals and 13 written protests have been received. None of the protests are within the 150 foot area.

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

9. ZONING: ESTABLISHING ORIGINAL CITY ZONING FOR THE HUGHES ACCESS ROAD/STATE LAND ANNEXATION DISTRICT (C15-02-02) (CONTINUED FROM THE MEETING OF APRIL 8, 2002)

    (a) Report from City Manager MAY13-02-264 WV

    (b) Ordinance No. 9692 relating to zoning; establishing original City zoning for approximately 1,688 acres generally located south of Hughes Access Road and east and west of Country Club Road, which was annexed to the City of Tucson by Ordinance No. 9646, adopted on January 7, 2002; and specifying an effective date.

10. ZONING: (C9-01-19) CRETCHER DESIGNS LLC - OLD SPANISH TRAIL SR TO C-1

    (a) Report from City Manager MAY13-02-257 WII

    (b) Zoning Examiner's Report dated November 16, 2001

    (c) Request to rezone approximately 3.72 acres from SR to C-1 zoning. Applicant: Gary Cretcher of Cretcher Designs LLC, on behalf of the property owners, Reginald T. and Catherine G. Morrison Trust.

    The rezoning site is located on the northwest corner of Old Spanish Trail and Harrison Road. The preliminary development plan is for a 30,984 square foot mixed retail and food services development.

    The Zoning Examiner recommends approval of C-1 zoning. The City Manager recommends approval of C-1 zoning subject to the following conditions:

      1. A development plan, in substantial compliance with the preliminary development plan and the Design Compatibility Report and Environmental Resource Report, is to be submitted and approved in accordance with Section 5.3.8 of the Land Use Code (LUC), including, but not limited to:

        a. No more than one vehicular access point from Old Spanish Trail.

        b. No more than one vehicular access point from Harrison Road.

      2. The owner/developer shall dedicate or verify existence of right-of-way, per the Major Streets and Routes Plan, along the Old Spanish Trail and Harrison Road frontages of the site.

      3. The owner/developer will be required to participate in the Harrison Improvement District, or shall construct, or provide financial participation in the construction costs (prior to the issuance of the first Certificate of Occupancy) of additional pavement, curb and six (6) foot wide sidewalks (and/or alternative pedestrian facilities as approved by the Tucson Department of Transportation) along the Old Spanish Trail and Harrison Road frontages of the rezoning site.

      4. Left turn lane and appropriate tapers shall be provided to serve the vehicular access point on Old Spanish Trail. The Department of Transportation shall approve the length of the left turn lane and tapers.

      5. The driveway on Harrison Road shall be allowed only as a right in/right out unless approved by Traffic Engineering. Deviation from this configuration shall be based on development to the east and southbound left turn limitations.

      6. A detailed drainage report, which includes detention/retention analysis, shall be submitted and approved. Five-year threshold retention volume storage shall be required.

      7. Water harvesting techniques shall be utilized by conveying all rooftop, parking area access lane (PAAL), and parking area drainage to designated water harvesting areas, if possible, prior to discharging into the retention/detention facilities.

      8. Existing drainage shall not be altered. Openings shall be provided under any walls or continuous decorative structures along the southeast and northwest property lines.

      9. Provision for vehicular cross-access shall be provided to the existing restaurant to the north, subject to approval of the adjoining property owner. Provision for future vehicular access shall be provided for the vacant area to the north.

      10. Any walls along the north site boundary adjacent to commercial zoning shall not exceed three (3) feet, unless that property is developed residentially, except as required for compliance with condition 34.

      11. Any required or proposed masonry screen walls shall be constructed of, or painted with, graffiti-resistant materials. These screen walls 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. Any continuous wall greater than 75 feet in length and 3 feet in height visible from the public right-of-way shall vary the wall alignment (jog, curve, notch, or setback, etc.) and include trees or shrubs in the voids created by the variations.

      13. A minimum of two (2) canopy trees shall be placed in the northwest corner of the property inside the required wall adjacent to the residential zoning.

      14. A minimum of eight (8) canopy trees shall be placed inside the wall required adjacent to the west property line.

      15. All outdoor pole and building lighting shall be directed down and away from residential parcels and public roadways and not exceed twenty (20) feet in height.

      16. All new dumpsters and loading spaces shall be placed at least fifty (50) feet from residentially zoned or developed property.

      17. There shall be a pedestrian connection between the alley at the northwest corner of the property and the buildings.

      18. Entrances to principal buildings facing Harrison Road and/or Old Spanish Trail shall include at last three (3) of the following: canopies, porticos, overhangs, recesses/projections, arcades, raised cornice parapets over the door, peaked roof forms, arches, outdoor patios, display windows, tile work and moldings that are integrated into the building structure and design, or integral planters or wing walls that incorporate landscaped areas.

      19. Site design at street level shall include a variety of patterns, materials, textures, and colors and a plaza with seating areas, shade, and landscaping.

      20. The central patio area in the space formed between buildings shall include at least one tree.

      21. All sides of buildings shall have a consistent design treatment, including unified color schemes and architectural detailing.

      22. Rooflines shall be varied and designed to screen rooftop equipment.

      23. Design and color of all signage shall be coordinated with the overall development.

      24. Outdoor shaded seating areas shall be provided.

      25. At a minimum, the number and type of bicycle facilities required by the Land Use Code shall be provided.

      26. The development plan application shall include elevation drawings and color renderings, which show compliance with rezoning conditions.

      27. The developer shall improve the segment of the existing Old Spanish Trail Bicycle and Pedestrian Path along the southern edge of the subject property to a minimum width of twelve (12) feet and provide a minimum fifteen (15) foot vegetative buffer composed of native plantings including at least ten (10) Velvet Mesquite trees between the trail and the southernmost edge of the development. The trail and landscaping plans for this area shall be submitted to and approved by the Tucson Parks and Recreation Department and Pima County Parks and Recreation Departments as part of the development plan process. The trail and associated landscaping shall be completed before the issuance of the first certificate of occupancy.

      28. An archaeological assessment and survey shall be performed by a qualified archaeologist before any grading or other ground modification takes place. If cultural features or remains are found, testing and data recovery shall be completed as needed. Copies of testing plans, testing reports, data recovery plans and final reports shall be submitted to and approved by the City Historic Preservation Office prior to construction work commencing. If, during construction, human remains and associated burial items are discovered, ground disturbing activities in the vicinity of the discovery will cease, the discovery site will be secured, and the Arizona State Museum will be immediately notified as required under A. R. S. 41-865.

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

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

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

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

      33. Five years are allowed in which to comply with all Code requirements and conditions of rezoning.

      34. The perimeter screen wall shall be a minimum of seven (7) feet tall within 75 feet of the northwest corner of the property. From 75 feet to 85 feet from the northwest corner the wall height shall be a minimum of six (6) feet tall.

    One written approval and 33 written protests have been received. Six of the protests are within the 150 foot area, representing a 44.9 percent protest by area to the south, a 27 percent protest by area to the north, a 3.3 percent protest by area to the west, and less than 1 percent protest by area to the east.

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

11. PUBLIC HEARING: PROPOSED INCREASE FOR 2002 WATER METER INSTALLATION AND MISCELLANEOUS WATER FEES

    (a) Report from City Manager MAY13-02-268 CITY-WIDE AND OUTSIDE CITY

    (b) Hearing

    (c) Ordinance No. 9704 relating to water; amending the Tucson Code, Chapter 27, Article I, in general: Section 27-16.2(2)(c), permit conditions for construction water; Article II, rates and charges; Article II, rates and charges, Section 27-33(2), monthly potable water services charges; Article II, rates and charges; Article II, rates and charges, Section 27-35, charges for installation of water service connections; Section 27-37, agreements for construction of water facilities authorized; Article II, Section 27-41, special rates; Article II, Section 27-41.1, accommodation and standby water service; Article II, Section 27-43, charge when meter not registering properly; Article II, Section 27-50, discontinuing service for nonpayment of water bill; customer right to dispute account balance; Article II Section 27-51, resuming service after discontinued for nonpayment or violations; Article V, backflow prevention and cross-connection control, Section 27-86, fees; setting an effective date; and declaring an emergency.

12. WATER: PROPOSED WATER FEES RELATING TO DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS, NOTICE OF INTENT TO INCREASE CERTAIN FEES AND SCHEDULING A PUBLIC HEARING

    (a) Report from City Manager MAY13-02-271 CITY-WIDE AND OUTSIDE CITY

    ADDED(b) Resolution No. 19206 relating to water; approving and authorizing the proposed new Tucson Water fees relating to development projects: approval of notice of intent to increase certain fees and to schedule a public hearing; and proposed changes to oversizing rebates; and declaring an emergency.

13. APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS, COMMISSIONS AND COMMITTEES

    (a) Report from City Manager MAY13-02-270 CITY-WIDE

This item has been scheduled should the governing body wish to consider the following items as well as any personal appointments to boards, commissions and committees.

14. CALL TO THE AUDIENCE

At this time, any member of the public is allowed to address the Mayor and City Council on any issue. Pursuant to the Arizona Open Meeting Law, individual Council Members may ask the City Manager to review the matter, ask that the matter be placed on a future agenda, or respond to criticism made by speakers. However, the Mayor and Council may not discuss or take legal action on matters raised during "call to the audience."

15. ADJOURNMENT

The next scheduled meeting of the Mayor and Council will be held on Monday, May 20, 2002, at 2:00 p.m. in the Mayor and Council Chambers

MAYOR AND COUNCIL CONSENT AGENDA

Mayor and Council
Consent Agenda

MONDAY, May 13, 2002 - 7:30 P.M.
MAYOR AND COUNCIL CHAMBERS
(CITY HALL, 255 WEST ALAMEDA, TUCSON, ARIZONA)

A. FINANCE: CONTINGENCY FUND TRANSFER TO CAMP FIRE, USA

    (1) Report from City Manager MAY13-02-265 CITY-WIDE

    (2) Resolution No. 19205 relating to finance; approving and authorizing the transfer of Two Hundred Fifty Dollars ($250) from the contingency fund to organization 001-183-1838-268, for Camp Fire, USA; and declaring an emergency.

    This is a request by Council Member Leal. Allocation of funds is as follows: Council Member Leal: $250.

B. ASSURANCE AGREEMENT: (S00-009) BLOODWORTH/STEWART PARK SUBDIVISION, LOTS 1 -13 AND COMMON AREA "A"

    (1) Report from City Manager MAY13-02-261 WV

    (2) Resolution No. 19200 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 Bloodworth/Stewart Park Subdivision, Lots 1 to 13 and Common Area "A"; and declaring an emergency.

C. FINAL PLAT: (S00-009) BLOODWORTH/STEWART PARK SUBDIVISION, LOTS 1 - 13 AND COMMON AREA "A"

    (1) Report from City Manager MAY13-02-258 WV

    (2) The City Manager recommends that, after the 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.

D. DEVELOPMENT SERVICES: APPROVAL OF WASH TREATMENT IN NAYLOR WASH FOR THE MIDTOWN MULTI-SERVICE CENTER

    (1) Report from City Manager MAY13-02-267 WVI

    (2) The City Engineer has determined that a safety hazard exists that warrants the use of reinforced concrete as a wash treatment method. The City Manager recommends approval of this request for the subject development.

E. FINAL PLAT: (S02-012) FAMILY DOLLAR, LOTS 1 AND 2

    (1) Report from City Manager MAY13-02-269 WV

    (2) The City Manager recommends that 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.

F. PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT: PRINCE ROAD, I-10 TO FIRST AVENUE DISTRICT LIGHTING IMPROVEMENT

    (1) Report from City Manager MAY13-02-260 WIII

    (2) Resolution No. 19189. Resolution fixing the time when the Mayor and Council of the City of Tucson will hear and pass upon the assessments and proceedings theretofore had and taken for the improvement known as the "Prince Road, I-10 to First Avenue District Lighting Improvement," in the City of Tucson, Arizona.

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