MAYOR AND COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING NOTICE & AGENDA

 

The City of Tucson has a council-manager form of government.  Policies are set by the Mayor and Council, who are elected by the people.  Policies are carried out by the City Manager, who is appointed by the Mayor and Council.  The Mayor and Council decide what is to be done; the City Manager, operating through the entire City staff, does it.

 

REGULAR COUNCIL MEETINGS

The Mayor and Council meet in the Mayor and Council Chambers, City Hall, 255 W. Alameda.  A member of the Mayor and Council may be present and participate in a meeting of the governing body by electronic attendance, subject to the conditions included in the Mayor and Council Rules and Regulations.

5:30 p.m. session [Order of business]               

·         Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance

·         Presentations

·         Summary of Current Events

·         Liquor License Applications

·         Call to the Audience.  Individuals may speak up to three minutes. 
Call to the Audience will be limited to thirty minutes.  Speakers may address any matter except items noticed as a Public Hearing.

 

·         Consent Agenda

·         Public Hearings.  Individuals may speak up to five minutes.  Each public hearing is limited to one hour.

·         Other Mayor and Council business as listed on the agenda for the meeting.

Copies of the agenda are available during the meeting.  Additionally, the agenda, as well as reference documents, are available in the City Clerk's office prior to each meeting and on the City’s web site.  www.tucsonaz.gov/clerks/mcdocs

 

NOTICE TO PARENTS

Meetings of the Mayor and Council are audio and video recorded.  If you permit your child to participate in the Council Meeting, a recording will be made.  You may exercise your right not to consent by not permitting your child to participate.  You and your child may also leave the Council Meeting at any time.

 

PARTICIPATION BY THE PUBLIC

 

The Council Chambers is wheelchair accessible.  A request for reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities must be made to the City Clerk’s Office by parties at least five working days in advance of the scheduled meeting and can be made by calling
791-4213 or 791-2639 (TTY).

 

To address the Mayor and Council at the meeting:

Complete a speaker’s card and deposit it in the tray at the podium.  Upon being recognized, state your name, whether you reside in the City of Tucson and whom you represent, before proceeding.  Any person who is representing people other than themselves and is receiving compensation to influence an action by the Mayor & Council, shall, before speaking, identify themselves as a “retained speaker”.

 

Persons attending the meeting shall observe rules of propriety, decorum, and good conduct, and refrain from impertinent or slanderous remarks.  Violation of this rule shall result in such persons being barred from further audience before the governing body.  Please turn off or put in vibrate mode all electronic devices.   

 

 

Jonathan Rothschild – Mayor                                Richard G. Fimbres – Vice Mayor

Council Members

Regina Romero      Ward 1

Paul Durham          Ward 3

Richard G. Fimbres    Ward 5

Paul Cunningham  Ward 2

Shirley C. Scott      Ward 4

Steve Kozachik            Ward 6

 

Revisions to the agenda can occur up to 24 hours prior to the meeting.  Contact the City Clerk at 791-4213 (TDD:  791-2639), FAX: 791-4017 or WEB SITE: www.tucsonaz.gov/clerks/mcdocs, 9th floor, City Hall, 255 W. Alameda for up-to date information.  Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00p.m. (Holidays excepted).  Live coverage of the meeting is cablecast on Tucson 12.  In addition, replays of the meetings are cablecast on Tucson 12 as follows:

Wednesday – 9:00 p.m.                                 Thursday – 9:00 a.m.                                       Sundays – 9:00 a.m.

 



 

AVISO & AGENDA DE SESION REGULAR DEL ALCALDE Y CONCEJO

 

La Ciudad de Tucson tiene una forma de gobierno de gerente-concejo.  Las pólizas son fijadas por el Alcalde y Concejo, quienes son elegidos por el pueblo.  Las pólizas son puestas en práctica por el Gerente de la Ciudad, quien es nombrado por el Alcalde y Concejo.  El Alcalde y Concejo deciden lo que se debe hacer; el Gerente de la Ciudad, operando por medio de todo el personal de la Ciudad, lo lleva a cabo.

 

SESIONES REGULARES DEL CONCEJO

El Alcalde y Concejo se reúnen en la Sala de Audiencias del Alcalde y Concejo, Edificio Municipal, 255 W. Alameda, Tucson, Arizona.  Un miembro del Alcalde y el Concejo puede estar presente y formar parte en una reunión del consejo de administración por asistencia electrónica, sujeto a las condiciones incluidas en las Reglas y Regulaciones del Alcalde y Concejo.

Sesión de las 5:30 p.m. [Agenda]

·         Invocación y Juramento a la Bandera

·         Presentaciones

·         Resumen de Temas de Actualidad

·         Solicitudes de licencias de licor

·         Llamada al Público. Individuos pueden hablar por tres minutos. La llamada al Público se limitará a treinta minutos. Los ponentes pueden hablar de cualquier tema excepto los temas anunciados como Audiencia Pública.

 

·         Aprobación de la Agenda

·         Audiencias Públicas. Individuos pueden hablar por cinco minutos. Cada audiencia pública está limitada a una hora.

·         Asuntos del Alcalde y Concejo anotados en la agenda para la sesión.

Habrá copias de la agenda disponibles durante la reunión.  Además, la agenda, así como los documentos de referencia, están disponibles en la oficina del Secretario Municipal antes de cada sesión y en el sitio Internet de la Ciudad: www.tucsonaz.gov/clerks/mcdocs

 

AVISO A LOS PADRES

Las reuniones del Alcalde y Concejo son video y audio grabadas.  Si usted permite que su hijo(a) participe en la Reunión del Concejo, se hará una grabación.  Usted puede ejercer su derecho a no consentir por no permitiendo la participación de su hijo(a).  Usted y su hijo(a) pueden dejar la Reunión del Concejo en cualquier momento.

 

PARTICIPACIÓN DEL PÚBLICO

 

La sala de audiencias del Alcalde y el Consejo es accesible para sillas de ruedas.  Una petición para acomodo justo para personas con discapacidades debe de ser hechas con la oficina de la secretaria de la ciudad por las personas interesadas por lo menos cinco días laborales antes de la reunión en fecha llamando al 791-4213 o al 791-2639 (TTY).

 

Para dirigirse al Alcalde y Concejo en la reunión:

Llene una tarjeta de ponente y deposítela en la bandeja en el podio.  Cuando sea reconocido, indique su nombre,  si reside en la Ciudad de Tucson y a quién representa, antes de proceder.  Cualquier persona que esté representando a personas aparte de sí mismo y esté recibiendo una compensación para influenciar una acción del Alcalde y Concejo, tiene que identificarse como “ponente contratado” antes de hablar.

 

Las personas que asisten a la reunión deben observar las reglas de civilidad, decoro y buena conducta, y privarse de comentarios impertinentes o difamatorios.  La violación de esta regla resultará en que dichas personas sean excluidas de audiencias subsiguientes ante las autoridades.  Por favor apague o use vibración en todos los aparatos electrónicos.

 

 

Jonathan Rothschild – Alcalde                  Richard G. Fimbres – Vicealcalde

Miembros del Concejo

Regina Romero      Distrito 1

Paul Durham       Distrito 3

Richard G. Fimbres Distrito 5

Paul Cunningham  Distrito 2

Shirley C. Scott   Distrito 4

Steve Kozachik          Distrito 6

Pueden ocurrir modificaciones a la agenda hasta 24 horas antes de la sesión.  Contacte al Secretario Municipal al 791-4213 (TDD: 791-2639, FAX: 791-4017) INTERNET: www.tucsonaz.gov/clerks/mcdocs, 9° piso, Edificio Municipal, 255 W. Alameda para información actualizada, de lunes a viernes, 8:00 a.m. a 5:00 p.m. [menos días festivos].  Cobertura en vivo de la sesión es transmitida por cable en Tucson 12.  Además, repeticiones de las reuniones se transmiten por cable en Tucson 12 al siguiente horario:
Miércoles – 9:00 p.m.                        Jueves – 9:00 a.m.                              Domingos–9:00a.m.

 


 

MAYOR & COUNCIL MEETING NOTICE & AGENDA

 

 

 

 

 

Pursuant to A.R.S. § 38-431.02, notice is hereby given to the members of the Mayor and Council and to the general public that the Mayor and Council will hold the following meeting, which will be open to the public:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REGULAR AGENDA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, April 9, 2019 – 5:30 PM

 

 

 

MAYOR AND COUNCIL CHAMBERS

 

 

 

CITY HALL, 255 W. ALAMEDA, TUCSON, AZ

 

 


 

1.

ROLL CALL

 

2.

INVOCATION, PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE, AND APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS, COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS

 

 

a.

INVOCATION - Rabbi Yehuda Ceitlin, Chabad of Tucson

 

 

b.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE - Mayor, Council and public in attendance

 

 

c.

APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS, COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS

 

 

1.

Report from City Manager APR09-19-88 CITY WIDE

 

 

2.

El Presidio Historic Zone Advisory Board (EPHZAB): David Hoyt Johnson, Dan Overbeck

 

 

3.

Veterans' Affairs Committee (VAC): Mark Levine, Robert Slocum

 

 

4.

Design Review Board (DRB): Shawn Protz

 

3.

MAYOR AND COUNCIL REPORT: SUMMARY OF CURRENT EVENTS

 

 

a.

Report from City Manager APR09-19-89 CITY WIDE

 

4.

CITY MANAGER'S REPORT: SUMMARY OF CURRENT EVENTS

 

 

a.

Report from City Manager APR09-19-90 CITY WIDE

 

5.

LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATIONS

 

 

a.

Report from City Manager APR09-19-91 CITY WIDE

 

 

b.

Liquor License Application(s)

 

 

New License(s)

 

 

1.

BZ’s Pizza Company, Ward 2

7856 E. Wrightstown Rd.

Applicant: Carl Ferris Sorell

Series 12, City 7-19

Action must be taken by: April 7, 2019

 

Staff has indicated the applicant is in compliance with city requirements.

 

 

2.

Baja Mar Seafood Market & Mexican Grill, Ward 5

3541 S. 12th Ave.

Applicant: Braulio Herbey Lopez

Series 12, City 8-19

Action must be taken by: April 15, 2019

 

Staff has indicated the applicant is in compliance with city requirements.

 

 

3.

ATL Wings, Ward 6

802 N. 4th Ave.

Applicant: Velveia Bethel Evans

Series 12, City 9-19

Action must be taken by: April 20, 2019

 

Staff has indicated the applicant is in compliance with city requirements.

 

 

 

NOTE: State law provides that for a new license application “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 the community will be substantially served by the issuance of a license”. (A.R.S. Section 4-201)

 

 

Person Transfer(s)

 

 

 

NOTE: There are no application(s) for person transfers scheduled for this meeting.

 

 

c.

Special Event(s)

 

 

1.

Knights of Columbus #5133, Ward 2

1800 S. Kolb Rd.

Applicant: William Roy Markley

City T29-19

Date of Event: May 3, 2019

(Charity)

 

Staff has indicated the applicant is in compliance with city requirements.

 

 

2.

Zuzi Dance, Ward 6

738 N. 5th Ave.

Applicant: Scott H. Bird

City T30-19

Date of Event: May 11, 2019

(Fundraiser)

 

Staff has indicated the applicant is in compliance with city requirements.

 

 

3.

Watershed Management Group, Ward 2

1717 N. Bonanza Ave.

Applicant: Jamie L. Manser

City T32-19

Date of Event: April 27, 2019

(Raise awareness of river restoration work)

 

Staff has indicated the applicant is in compliance with city requirements.

 

 

4.

Humane Society of Southern Arizona, Ward 3

119 W. Alturas St.

Applicant: Stephanie Beate Hunter

City T33-19

Date of Event: May 11, 2019

(12th Annual Howling for the Hounds)

 

Staff has indicated the applicant is in compliance with city requirements.

 

 

5.

Santa Cruz Roman Catholic Church, Ward 5

1220 S. 6th Ave.

Applicant: Rebecca Marie Lujan

City T34-19

Date of Event: May 18, 2019 - May 19, 2019

(Fiesta de la Familia)

 

Staff has indicated the applicant is in compliance with city requirements.

 

 

6.

St. Joseph Catholic Church, Ward 6

215 S. Craycroft Rd.

Applicant: David Broder

City T35-19

Date of Event: May 3, 2019 - May 4, 2019

(Social Event-Fundraiser)

 

Staff has indicated the applicant is in compliance with city requirements.

 

Public Opinion: Written Argument in Favor

 

 

7.

Tucson Ultimate, Inc., Ward 1

101 N. Stone Ave.

Applicant: Nicole Shaunte Garnes

City T36-19

Date of Event: April 13, 2019 - April 14, 2019

(Street Soccer)

 

Staff has indicated the applicant is in compliance with city requirements.

 

 

8.

Satori, Inc., Ward 3

3727 N. 1st Ave.

Applicant: Joanna Horton Honea

City T39-19

Date of Event: May 4, 2019

(Annual Auction Fundraiser)

 

Staff has indicated the applicant is in compliance with city requirements.

 

 

9.

Desert Survivors, Inc., Ward 6

1 E. Toole Ave.

Applicant: Karen N. Wilson

City T40-19

Date of Event: April 26, 2019 - April 27, 2019

(Market)

 

Staff has indicated the applicant is in compliance with city requirements.

 

 

10.

Ben’s Bells Project, Ward 6

40 W. Broadway Blvd.

Applicant: Jeannette Maré

City T41-19

Date of Event: April 26, 2019

(Fundraiser)

 

Staff has indicated the applicant is in compliance with city requirements.

 

 

11.

Friends of Tucson’s Birthplace, Ward 1

946 W. Mission Lane

Applicant: Katharine K. Peterson

City T42-19

Date of Event:  April 23, 2019 - April 27, 2019

(Agave Festival)

 

Staff has indicated the applicant is in compliance with city requirements.

 

 

12.

The University of Arizona, Arizona Athletics, Ward 6

1700 E. 2nd St.

Applicant: Roberta Quiroz Stout

City T43-19

Date of Event: April 18, 2019 - April 20, 2019

(Softball Game concession sales of alcohol)

 

Staff has indicated the applicant is in compliance with city requirements.

 

 

13.

The University of Arizona, Arizona Athletics, Ward 6

1700 E. 2nd St.

Applicant: Roberta Quiroz Stout

City T44-19

Date of Event: May 3, 2019 - May 5, 2019

(Softball Game concession sales of alcohol)

 

Staff has indicated the applicant is in compliance with city requirements.

 

 

14.

Ballet Folklorico Tapatio, Ward 1

Southeast empty corner lot at W. Cushing St. & S. Linda Ave.

Applicant: Jose Luis Baca

City T45-19

Date of Event: May 4, 2019

(Music Festival)

 

Staff has indicated the applicant is in compliance with city requirements.

 

 

15.

Tucson Jewish Community Center, Ward 3

3800 E. River Rd.

Applicant: Jennifer Nicole Selco

City T49-19

Date of Event: April 28, 2019

(Celebrate Israel’s 71st Birthday)

 

Staff has indicated the applicant is in compliance with city requirements.

 

 

16.

Chabad Tucson, Ward 6

2443 E. 4th St.

Applicant: Joseph Isaac Shemtov

City T52-19

Date of Event: April 14, 2019

(Passover Fundraiser)

 

Staff has indicated the applicant is in compliance with city requirements.

 

 

d.

Agent Change/Acquisition of Control/Restructure

 

 

 

NOTE: There are no application(s) for agent changes scheduled for this meeting.

 

6.

CALL TO THE AUDIENCE

 

 

At this time, any member of the public is allowed to address the Mayor and City Council on any issue within the jurisdiction of the Mayor and Council, except for items scheduled for a public hearing at the meeting.  Speakers are limited to three minute presentations.  Speakers must state their name, whether they reside in the City of Tucson, whom they represent, and the subject matter.  Any person who is representing a person other than themselves and is receiving compensation to influence an action by the Mayor and Council, shall, before speaking, identify themselves as a “retained speaker."  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.”

 

7.

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.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

 

 

1.

Report from City Manager APR09-19-92 CITY WIDE

 

 

2.

Mayor and Council Regular Minutes of June 19, 2018

 

 

3.

Mayor and Council Study Session Minutes of June 19, 2018

 

 

b.

Boards, Committees, and Commissions: Changing the Name of the "2018 Bond Oversight Commission" to "2018 Parks + Connections Bond Oversight Commission"; Amending Ordinance 11572

 

 

1.

Report from City Manager APR09-19-110 CITY WIDE

 

 

2.

Ordinance No. 11637 relating to Boards and Commissions; changing the name of the "2018 Bond Oversight Commission" to the "2018 Parks + Connections Bond Oversight Commission"; amending Section 2 of Ordinance No. 11572 (adopted July 10, 2018); and declaring an emergency.

 

 

c.

Boards, Committees, and Commissions: Extending the Term of Service for the Grant Road Corridor Planning Task Force; Amending Resolution 20632

 

 

1.

Report from City Manager APR09-19-108 WARDS 2, 3 AND 6

 

 

2.

Resolution No. 23011 relating to Boards and Commissions; amending Section 5 of Resolution No. 20632 (adopted April 10, 2007, and previously amended by Resolution No. 21713 on April 12, 2011, by Resolution No. 21872 on April 3, 2012, by Resolution No. 22055 on May 21, 2013, by Resolution No. 22401 on May 19, 2015, and by Resolution No. 22728 on April 5, 2017) to extend the Grant Road Corridor Planning Task Force's term of service to April 10, 2021; and declaring an emergency.

 

 

d.

Real Property: Sale and Exchange of Surplus Property at 1221 East Broadway, for the Broadway Boulevard, Euclid Avenue to Country Club Road Improvement Project

 

 

1.

Report from City Manager APR09-19-101 WARD 6

 

 

2.

Ordinance No. 11633 relating to Real Property and Transportation; declaring a portion of 1221 East Broadway Boulevard, RP# 3174, to be surplus City-owned property; authorizing the sale and exchange thereof to LM Invest Group LLC, the adjacent property owner, for right of way needed by the Broadway Boulevard, Euclid Avenue to Country Club Road Improvement Project ("Project"); and declaring an emergency.

 

 

e.

Real Property: Sale and Exchange of Surplus Property at 1303 East Broadway Boulevard, for the Euclid Avenue to Country Club Road Improvement Project

 

 

1.

Report from City Manager APR09-19-98 WARD 6

 

 

2.

Ordinance No. 11634 relating to Real Property and Transportation; declaring a portion of 1303 East Broadway Boulevard, RP# 1915, to be surplus City-owned property; authorizing the sale and exchange thereof to Brent Denkinger and Michael Dippel, owners of the adjacent property for right of way needed by the Broadway Boulevard, Euclid Avenue to Country Club Road Improvement Project ("Project"); and declaring an emergency.

 

 

f.

Intergovernmental Agreement: with the Arizona Department of Transportation for Improvements to
I-10 and Ruthrauff Road/El Camino del Cerro

 

 

1.

Report from City Manager APR09-19-97 WARD 1

 

This item has been continued at the request of Staff.

 

 

g.

Intergovernmental Agreement: with the Phoenix Police Department Supporting the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force

 

 

1.

Report from City Manager APR09-19-102 CITY WIDE

 

 

2.

Resolution No. 23005 relating to Police; authorizing and approving an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between the Phoenix Police Department (PPD) and the Tucson Police Department (TPD) supporting the Arizona Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force; and declaring an emergency.

 

 

h.

Grant Agreement: with the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission for the Paul Coverdell Forensic Sciences Improvement Grant Program

 

 

1.

Report from City Manager APR09-19-103 CITY WIDE

 

 

2.

Resolution No. 23006 relating to Police; authorizing and approving execution of a grant award for the Paul Coverdell Forensic Sciences Improvement Grant Program on behalf of the Tucson Police Department (TPD); and declaring an emergency.

 

 

i.

Resolution: Calling for Support of Legislation Requiring Full Disclosure and Transparency of Political Fundraising Spending and for Consistent Enforcement of Campaign Finance Rules

 

 

1.

Report from City Manager APR09-19-104 CITY WIDE AND OUTSIDE CITY

 

 

2.

Resolution No. 23007 relating to Elections: calling for full disclosure and transparency of political fundraising spending, and for consistent enforcement of campaign-finance rules; and declaring an emergency.

 

 

j.

Intergovernmental Agreement: with Pima County for the Consolidated Plan Update and Year 1 Annual Action Plan Consultant

 

 

1.

Report from City Manager APR09-19-107 CITY WIDE AND OUTSIDE CITY

 

 

2.

Resolution No. 23010 relating to Housing and Community Development: authorizing and approving an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between the Pima County and the City of Tucson (City) for Consolidated Plan Consultant; and declaring and emergency.

 

8.

PUBLIC HEARING: APPLICATION BY TURF PARADISE FOR AN
OFF-TRACK PARIMUTUEL WAGERING SITE AT MIDTOWN TAVERN, 3620 NORTH 1ST AVENUE

 

 

a.

Report from City Manager APR09-19-105 WARD 3

 

 

b.

Hearing: on a request by Turf Paradise for a new Parimutuel Wagering license off-track horse racing wagering facility located at Midtown Tavern, 3620 North 1st Avenue.

 

 

c.

Resolution No. 23008 relating to off-track betting facilities; approving Midtown Tavern, 3620 N. 1st Avenue, Tucson, Arizona, as an off-track parimutuel betting site for horse racing; and declaring an emergency.

 

9.

ZONING: (C9-18-20) ARIZONA VASCULAR SPECIALISTS - SPEEDWAY BOULEVARD, R-1 TO O-1, CITY MANAGER'S REPORT, ORDINANCE ADOPTION

 

 

a.

Report from City Manager APR09-19-99 WARD 2

 

 

b.

This is a request by Brian Underwood, of The Planning Center, on behalf of property owner, Buzz Shudy, of Arizona Vascular Specialists, LLC, to rezone approximately 1.27 acres from R-1 to O-1 zoning. The rezoning site is located on the south side of East Speedway Boulevard, approximately 1,000 feet east of Wilmot Road.

 

Land use policy direction for this area is provided by the Sewell/Hudlow Neighborhood Plan and Plan Tucson (PT).

 

The Zoning Examiner recommends approval of O-1 zoning with an additional condition to incorporate mitigation for the demolition of a contributing historic structure.

 

Staff recommends approval of O-1 zoning and adoption of the ordinance with the additional condition.

 

One (1) written approval and no written protests were received for this case.

 

 

c.

Ordinance No. 11635 relating to Zoning: amending zoning district boundaries in the area located on the south side of E. Speedway Boulevard, approximately 1,000 feet east of Wilmot Road in Case C9-18-20 Arizona Vascular Specialists, R-1 to O-1; and setting an effective date.

 

A simple majority vote will be necessary to adopt the ordinance.

 

10.

ANNEXATION: RAYTHEON WEST ANNEXATION DISTRICT, ORDINANCE ADOPTION

 

 

a.

Report from City Manager APR09-19-93 WARD 5 AND OUTSIDE CITY

 

 

b.

Ordinance No. 11636 relating to Annexation; extending and increasing the corporate limits of the City of Tucson, Pima County, Arizona pursuant to the provisions of Title 9, Chapter 4, Arizona Revised Statutes, by annexing thereto the Raytheon West Annexation District property, more particularly described in the body of this ordinance.

 

11.

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: APPROVAL OF RETAIL DEVELOPMENT TAX INCENTIVE AGREEMENT WITH MAIN GATE PARTNERS, LLC AND CORE TUCSON MAIN GATE, LLC

 

 

a.

Report from City Manager APR09-19-109 WARD 6

 

 

b.

Resolution No. 23012 relating to Economic Development Incentives and Real Property; authorizing and approving the Retail Tax Incentive Development Agreement between the City of Tucson (City) and Core Tucson Main Gate, LLC (Main Gate) for the Graduate Hotel and the Collective Apartments at Main Gate located on the southeast corner of Tyndall Avenue and east 2nd Street (Project).

 

12.

BOARDS, COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS: APPOINTMENT TO THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION (CONTINUED FROM THE MEETING OF MARCH 19, 2019)

 

 

a.

Report from City Manager APR09-19-96 CITY WIDE

 

 

b.

Resolution No. 23001 relating to the Civil Service Commission; reappointing Max B. Parks as a Civil Service Commissioner for a six-year term commencing on March 27, 2019 and expiring on March 26, 2025; fixing annual compensation; and declaring an emergency.

 

 

c.

Resolution No. 23002 relating to the Civil Service Commission; appointing Carol West as a Civil Service Commissioner for a six-year term commencing on March 27, 2019 and expiring on March 26, 2025; fixing annual compensation; and declaring an emergency.

 

13.

MAYOR AND COUNCIL: SELECTION OF VICE MAYOR

 

 

a.

Report from City Manager APR09-19-94 CITY WIDE

 

 

b.

Resolution No. 23009 relating to the Vice Mayor of the Mayor and Council; selecting a Vice Mayor.

 

14.

ADJOURNMENT

 

 

 

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Mayor and Council will be held on Tuesday, April 23, 2019, at 5:30 p.m. in the Mayor and Council Chambers, City Hall, 255 West Alameda, Tucson, Arizona.