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 usually meet the first four Tuesdays of each month 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/agdocs

 

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.

 

Persons who require an accommodation or materials in accessible format or require a foreign language interpreter or materials in a language other than English for this event, call 791-4213 or 791-2639 (TDD) at least five business days in advance.

 

PARTICIPATION BY THE PUBLIC

To address the Mayor and Council:

·         Complete a speaker’s card and deposit it in the tray on 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”.

·         Submit written comments to the Mayor and Council (via the City Clerk) prior to and during the meeting.

·         Call the Mayor and Council Citizen Comment Line at 791-4700 or write the City’s Web-Site, www.tucsonaz.gov.

 

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 pagers and cell phones.   

 

 

Jonathan Rothschild – Mayor                                Richard G. Fimbres – Vice Mayor

Council Members

Regina Romero      Ward 1

Karin Uhlich          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/agdocs, 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 políticas son fijadas por el Alcalde y Concejo, quienes son electos por el pueblo. Las políticas 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 usualmente los primeros cuatro días martes de cada mes, en el Salón del Alcalde y Concejo, Ayuntamiento, 255 W. Alameda, Tucson, Arizona. Un miembro del Alcalde y el Concilio puede ser presente y tomar parte en una reunión del consejo de administración por asistencia electrónica, sujeto a las condiciones incluidas en las Reglas de Alcalde y Concilio y Regulaciones.

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

·         Convocación al Público. Los individuos pueden hablar hasta por tres minutos. La Convocación 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. Los individuos pueden hablar hasta por cinco minutos. Cada audiencia pública está limitada a una hora.

·         Otros asuntos del Alcalde y Concejo listados 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 del Ayuntamiento antes de cada sesión y en el sitio  Internet de la Ciudad: www.tucsonaz.gov/agdocs

 

AVISO A LOS PADRES

 

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

 

Las personas que requieran acomodaciones o materiales en un formato accesible o que requieran un interprete de un idioma extranjero o materiales en un lenguaje que no sea inglés para este evento, hablen al 791-4213 o al 791-2639 (TDD) al menos cinco días laborables por adelantado.

 

PARTICIPACIÓN DEL PÚBLICO

Para dirigirse al Alcalde y Concejo:

·         Llene una tarjeta de ponente y deposítela en la bandeja en el podio. Cuando sea reconocido, diga 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.

·         Presente sus comentarios por escrito al Alcalde y Concejo (a través del Secretario del Ayuntamiento) antes de y durante la reunión.

·         Llame a la Línea del Alcalde y Concejo para Comentarios de Ciudadanos al 791-4700 o escriba al Sitio de Internet de la Ciudad, www.tucsonaz.gov/agdocs

 

Las personas que asisten a la reunión deben observar las reglas de urbanidad, decoro y buena conducta, y abstenerse 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 desconecte o use vibración en todos los pagers y teléfonos celulares.

 

 

Jonathan Rothschild – Alcalde                   Richard G. Fimbres – Vicealcalde

Miembros del Concejo

Regina Romero      Distrito 1

Karin Uhlich       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 del Ayuntamiento al 791-4213 (TDD: 791-2639, FAX: 791-4017) INTERNET: www.tucsonaz.gov/agdocs, 9 piso, Ayuntamiento, 255 W. Alameda para información actualizada, de lunes a viernes, 8:00 a.m. a 5:00 p.m. [exceptuando 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 como sigue:
 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, June 9, 2015 – 5:30 PM

 

 

 

MAYOR AND COUNCIL CHAMBERS

 

 

 

CITY HALL, 255 W. ALAMEDA, TUCSON, AZ

 

 


 

1.

ROLL CALL

 

2.

INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

 

INVOCATION - Pastor Larry Munguia, The S.O.B.E.R. Project

 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE - Mayor, Council and public in attendance

 

PRESENTATIONS

 

a.

Proclaiming June to be "Alliance of Construction Trades Month"

 

3.

MAYOR AND COUNCIL REPORT: SUMMARY OF CURRENT EVENTS

 

a.

Report from City Manager JUN09-15-193 CITY WIDE

 

4.

CITY MANAGER'S REPORT: SUMMARY OF CURRENT EVENTS

 

a.

Report from City Manager JUN09-15-194 CITY WIDE

 

5.

LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATIONS

 

a.

Report from City Manager JUN09-15-215 CITY WIDE

 

b.

Liquor License Application(s)

 

New License(s)

 

1.

Happy Wok, Ward 4

9040 E. Valencia Rd. #188

Applicant: Amy Honghui Chen

Series 12, City 40-15

Action must be taken by: June 6, 2015

 

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

 

2.

QQ Sushi Train, Ward 6

4780 E. Grant Rd.

Applicant: Thomas Robert Aguilera

Series 12, City 41-15

Action must be taken by: June 7, 2015

 

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

 

3.

Schrier’s Sports Grill, Ward 6

1118-20 E. 6th St.

Applicant: Warren F. Covert

Series 12, City 43-15

Action must be taken by: June 15, 2015

 

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

 

4.

7-Eleven #24418J, Ward 5

4295 E. 29th St.

Applicant: Nicholas Carl Guttilla

Series 10, City 44-15

Action must be taken by: June 20, 2015

 

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.

Tucson Breakfast Lions Club, Ward 5

4801 S. 6th Ave.

Applicant: Wayne Francis Locke

City T53-15

Date of Event: June 26, 2015 - June 27, 2015

(Fundraiser)

 

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

 

2.

Tucson Museum of Art, Ward 1

140 N. Main Ave.

Applicant: Matthew Lee Slominski

City T54-15

Date of Event: July 24, 2015

(Art Exhibit Reception)

 

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

 

3.

Garden Youth Development Project, Inc., Ward 6

220 S. 5th Ave.

Applicant: Tanishia D. Hamilton

City T55-15

Date of Event: July 11, 2015

(Music Festival)

 

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

 

d.

Agent Change/Acquisition of Control

 

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 JUN09-15-195 CITY WIDE

 

2.

Mayor and Council Regular Meeting Minutes of November 18, 2014

 

3.

Mayor and Council Study Session Legal Action Report and Summary Minutes of November 18, 2014

 

b.

Water: Amending Resolution 22242, the Water and Sewer Line Warranty Program

 

1.

Report from City Manager JUN09-15-196 CITY WIDE

 

2.

Resolution No. 22403 relating to Water; amendment of Water and Sewer Line Warranty Program Resolution No. 22242 to commit and reserve funds; and declaring an emergency.

 

c.

Real Property: Authorizing the Sale of City-owned Property to the State of Arizona Department of Transportation for the I-19 - Ajo Way Transportation Interchange Improvement Project

 

1.

Report from City Manager JUN09-15-197 WARD 1

 

2.

Ordinance No. 11271 relating to Real Property and Transportation; authorizing the sale of City-owned property to the State of Arizona for and on behalf of its Department of Transportation (ADOT) for the I-19 and Ajo Way Transportation Interchange (TI) Improvement Project (Project); and declaring an emergency.

 

d.

License Agreement: with Verizon Wireless, LLC for Small Cell Telecommunications Facilities in City Right of Way

 

1.

Report from City Manager JUN09-15-198 CITY WIDE

 

2.

Resolution No. 22408 relating to Transportation and Information Technology; approving and authorizing execution of a License Agreement with Verizon Wireless, LLC (VAW) for small cell Telecommunications Facilities in City of Tucson (City) Right of Way (ROW); and declaring an emergency.

 

e.

Intergovernmental Agreement Amendment: with the Regional Transportation Authority of Pima County for the Kolb Road Extension to Sabino Canyon Road Improvement Project

 

1.

Report from City Manager JUN09-15-199 WARD 2

 

2.

Resolution No. 22406 relating to Transportation and Intergovernmental Agreements; approving and authorizing execution of Amendment No. 4 to the Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between the City of Tucson (City) and the Regional Transportation Authority of Pima County (RTA) for the Kolb Road Extension Project; and declaring an emergency.

 

f.

Intergovernmental Agreement: with Pima County and the Town of Marana for the Design and Construction of the Silverbell Roadway Overlay Project

 

1.

Report from City Manager JUN09-15-200 WARD 1

 

2.

Resolution No. 22405 relating to Transportation and Intergovernmental Agreements; authorizing and approving the execution of an Intergovernmental Agreement between Pima County, the City of Tucson (City) and the Town of Marana (Marana) for design and construction of the Silverbell Roadway Overlay Project (the IGA); and declaring an emergency.

 

g.

Transportation: Authorizing the Director of the Tucson Department of Transportation as Designated Signatory for a Waiver of Four-Year Advance Notice of Abandonment

 

1.

Report from City Manager JUN09-15-201 CITY WIDE

 

2.

Ordinance No. 11277 relating to Transportation; authorizing the Director of the Tucson Department of Transportation (TDOT) as designated signatory for a Waiver of Four-Year Advance Notices of Abandonment, pursuant to the provisions of Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.) § 28-7209; and declaring an emergency.

 

h.

Real Property: Acquisition of a Water Easement for Existing Water Infrastructure on Private Property Located in Tucson Terrace

 

1.

Report from City Manager JUN09-15-202 CITY WIDE

 

2.

Resolution No. 22404 relating to Water and Real Property; authorizing the City Manager to acquire by negotiation, and the City Attorney to condemn, if necessary, a water easement for existing water infrastructure on private property owned by Roy Rosas, located in Tucson Terrace and adjacent to the west edge of Hillside Drive; and declaring an emergency.

 

i.

Water: Amending the Tucson Water Service Area Policy by Amending Resolution 21602 and Ordinance 11106

 

1.

Report from City Manager JUN09-15-203 CITY WIDE AND OUTSIDE CITY

 

2.

Resolution No. 22407 relating to Water; amending the Tucson Water Service Area Policy to: (1) specify certain timeframes applicable to the administrative review process; (2) replace the policy's current general references to an "administrative review board" with specific references to the "water service area review board" created by Ordinance No. 11106; and (3) add language allowing applicants to present their case to the Water Service Area Review Board through a designated representative; amending Subsection D of Section 1 of Resolution No. 21602; and declaring an emergency.

 

3.

Ordinance No. 11276 relating to Boards and Commissions; amending Ordinance No. 11106, creating ordinance for the Water Service Area Review Board, to specify timeframes applicable to the Administrative Review process, and to provide that the City Manager's Office shall "assign" support staff to the Board; and declaring an emergency.

 

8.

PUBLIC HEARING: AMENDING TUCSON CODE (CHAPTER 15) RELATING TO CHANGES IN RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL FEES AND SERVICES

 

a.

Report from City Manager JUN09-15-204 CITY WIDE

 

b.

Hearing on a proposed ordinance to change Environmental Services practices and fees including commercial waste collection and food waste composting/recycle-only rates, and Household Hazardous Waste home pickup fees.

 

c.

Ordinance No. 11272 relating to Environmental Services; amending Chapter 15 of the Tucson City Code; amending existing fees and services and updating a cost of service plan in regards to commercial, residential refuse collection, disposal and groundwater protection by amending Tucson Code Article I, Definitions, Section 15-1; Article IV, City Residential and Commercial Collection Services, Section 15-16.1, City collection services at residential establishments; Article V, City Fees and Charges for Residential Collection, Commercial Collection, and Disposal Services, Section 15-31, Declaration of Purpose; Intent of Mayor and Council; Section 15-32.2, requirements for payment of residential fees; Section
15-33.2, Commercial fee schedules; Section 15-34.2, Residential self-haulers; Section 15-34.7, Disposal services fee schedule; Section 15-34.8, Disposal services contract fee schedule; Article VII, Plastic Bag Recycling, Section 15-60; and setting an effective date.

 

9.

PUBLIC HEARING: TRUTH IN TAXATION HEARING FOR THE PRIMARY PROPERTY TAX, NOTICE OF PRIMARY PROPERTY TAX INCREASE

 

a.

Report from City Manager JUN09-15-205 CITY WIDE

 

b.

Truth in Property Taxation Public Hearing

 

10.

PUBLIC HEARING: 2016 BUDGET AS TENTATIVELY ADOPTED ON MAY 19, 2015

 

a.

Report from City Manager JUN09-15-207 CITY WIDE

 

b.

Hearing: This is the second of two public hearings held on the City's Fiscal Year 2016 Budget. At the close of this meeting the Mayor and Council will convene a duly noticed and called special meeting for the purpose of finally adopting the Fiscal Year 2016 Budget.

 

AT THIS TIME MAYOR AND COUNCIL

WILL RECESS THE REGULAR MEETING AND

CONVENE A SPECIAL MEETING FOR THE

PURPOSE OF BUDGET ADOPTION

 

11.

PUBLIC HEARING:  BROADWAY: EUCLID TO COUNTRY CLUB ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT; RECOMMENDED BASELINE ALIGNMENT CONCEPT

 

a.

Report from City Manager JUN09-15-208 WARDS 5 AND 6

 

b.

Hearing

 

c.

Resolution No. 22410 relating to Transportation: RTA Project #17, Broadway: Euclid to Country Club Roadway Improvements Project; recommended Baseline Alignment Concept; and approving Recommended Technical Design Parameters and Alignment.

 

12.

ZONING: (C9-14-03)  BROADWAY FESTIVAL – LEONORA AVENUE, R-3  TO C-1, ORDINANCE ADOPTION

 

a.

Report from City Manager JUN09-15-206 WARD 6

 

b.

Request to rezone property located on the northwest corner of Broadway Boulevard and Leonora Avenue from R-3 to C-1 zoning. The applicant is Kevin Petrick of KRP Architects LLC. The development package is for redevelopment of the site with three buildings with a total of 10,495 square feet of floor area for food service and medical office uses.

 

Three written approvals and four written protests were received prior to the Zoning Examiner's public hearing on July 10, 2014. Two of the protests are within the 150 foot area, representing a 21.2 percent protest by area to the north, and zero percent to the south, west, and east. The protests generally allude to concerns regarding access to Leonora Avenue, traffic generated by the proposed development, possible traffic mitigation measures, lighting, landscaping, and screening.

 

c.

Ordinance No. 11274 relating to Zoning: amending zoning district boundaries located on the northwest corner of Broadway Boulevard and Leonora Avenue in case C9-14-03 Broadway Festival - Leonora Avenue,
R-3 to C-1; and setting an effective date.

 

A three fourths majority vote will be necessary to adopt the ordinance.

 

13.

ZONING: (C9-13-13) SCHNEIDER – SPEEDWAY BOULEVARD, RX-1 TO R-1, ORDINANCE ADOPTION

 

a.

Report from City Manager JUN09-15-209 WARD 2

 

b.

Request to rezone property located on the south side of Speedway Boulevard east of Button Willow Road from RX-1 to R-1 zoning. The applicant is Ray Schneider. The development package is for a 53 lot residential subdivision.

 

Zero written approvals and nine written protests were received for this case prior to the Zoning Examiner's January 30, 2014, public hearing. Two additional protests were received prior to February 28, 2014. Subsequently, two different protests were rescinded. One of the protests lies within the 150 foot protest area resulting in a protest area of 12.1 percent to the south, 1.6 percent to the east, and zero percent to the north and west. The protests generally allude to changes in density, additional noise, two story residences along the southern boundary, loss of native vegetation and wildlife habitat, drainage, grading, and increased traffic, and loss in property values.

 

c.

Ordinance No. 11275 relating to Zoning: amending zoning district boundaries located on the south side of Speedway Boulevard, adjacent to the east bank of Robb Wash and approximately 120 feet east of Button Willow Road in Case C9-13-13 Schneider - Speedway Boulevard, RX-1 to R-1; and setting an effective date.

 

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

 

14.

TUCSON CODE: AMENDING (CHAPTER 10) FISCAL YEAR 2016 COMPENSATION PLAN SCHEDULES

 

a.

Report from City Manager JUN09-15-212 CITY WIDE

 

b.

Ordinance No. 11273 relating to Compensation Plan; Tucson Code Chapter 10, Civil Service--Human Resources, Article II, Compensation Plan, Section 10-31, Adopting salary schedules for Fiscal Year 2016; implementing Section 10-31; ratifying, reaffirming and reenacting Sections 10-31(7), Providing percentages for calculation of compensation from salary schedules for employees in specified assignments positions; Section 10-31(8), Payment for uniform maintenance; Section 10-33, Language communication compensation; Section 10-33.1, Proficiency pay for commissioned police personnel certified as bilingual users of American Sign Language (ASL) or Spanish; Section 10-34, Incentive pay for fire prevention inspectors; Section 10-34.1, Assignment and incentive pay for maintaining paramedic certification and working as paramedics; Section
10-35, Fire Battalion Chief call back shift pay; Section 10-47, Recruiting referral compensation for commissioned personnel; Section 10-48, Supplement to military pay; Section 10-49, Holiday and BOI pay for Commissioned Officers of the Tucson Police Department for the position of Lieutenant and assignment positions of Captain and Assistant Chief; Section 10-52, Longevity Compensation Plan; Section 10-53, Pipeline protection program; compensation; Section 10-53.1, Permanent and probationary city civil service employees and elected officials and appointed employees downtown allowance; Section 10-53.2, Maintenance Management Program, assignment and incentive pay compensation; Section 10-53.3, Career Enhancement Program (CEP) incentive pay for commissioned Police personnel through rank of Captain; Section 10-53.4, Additional Compensation for certain public safety command staff; Section 10-53.5, Honor Guard assignment pay for Fire Commissioned personnel; Section 10-53.6, Additional compensation to defray housekeeping costs for commissioned fire personnel; and Section 10-53.7, Certified crane operator assignment and incentive pay program; all as part of implementation of the Annual Compensation Plan for fiscal year 2016; and declaring an emergency.

 

15.

ANNEXATION: INDIAN HILLS NORTH ANNEXATION DISTRICT, ORDINANCE ADOPTION

 

a.

Report from City Manager JUN09-15-210 WARD 2 AND OUTSIDE CITY

 

b.

Ordinance No. 11278 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 Indian Hills North Annexation District property, more particularly described in the body of this ordinance.

 

16.

BOARDS, COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS: CREATING A POLICE CHIEF ADVISORY COMMITTEE

 

a.

Report from City Manager JUN09-15-211 CITY WIDE

 

b.

Resolution No. 22409 relating to Boards, Committees and Commissions; creating City Police Chief Appointment Advisory Committee; and declaring an emergency.

 

17.

APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS, COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS

 

a.

Report from City Manager JUN09-15-214 CITY WIDE

 

18.

ADJOURNMENT

 

a.

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Mayor and Council will be held on Tuesday, June 23, 2015, at 5:30 p.m. in the Mayor and Council Chambers, City Hall, 255 West Alameda, Tucson, Arizona.