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NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING AND EXECUTIVE SESSION
PINAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
SUMMARY OF AGENDA FOR REGULAR SESSION
Wednesday, January 9, 2013

9:30 AM - CALL TO ORDER

PINAL COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE COMPLEX
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS HEARING ROOM
135 N. PINAL STREET
FLORENCE, AZ 85132

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE - INVOCATION
BUSINESS BEFORE THE BOARD
(Consideration/Approval/Disapproval of the following:)
(1) Call to Public -
Consideration and discussion of comments from the public. Those wishing to address the Pinal County Board of Supervisors need not request permission in advance. Action taken as a result of public comment will be limited to directing staff to study the matter or rescheduling the matter for further consideration and decision at a later date.
(2) Purchasing Division Report - January 9, 2013  (Sharon Seekins / Manny Gonzalez)
(3) CONSENT ITEMS: All items indicated by an asterisk (*) will be handled by a single vote as part of the consent agenda, unless a Board Member, County Manager, or member of the public objects at the time the agenda item is called.
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A.
Discussion/approval/disapproval of current billings before the Board. (Sheri Cluff)
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B.
Discussion/approval/disapproval pursuant to Pinal County Policy 4.0 Wage and Salary Administration to set the annual salary of Marlene Pearce,  Executive Assistant to Supervisor Anthony Smith District #4, Job 601, Grade 124, Step 5 at an annual salary of $46,987.20 in a position number to be determined.   No budget amendment is being requested.    (Wendy Petersen)
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C.
Discussion/approval/disapproval of the Special Event License application of Michael Barnard, Phoenix Theatre, to hold a charitable event at 36460 N. Encanterra Dr., San Tan Valley, Arizona 85140 on February 9, 2013 from 11:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. The Special Event Permit Application has been submitted to the Code Compliance Office to be considered by the Board at a later date.   (Sheri Cluff)
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D.
Discussion/approval/disapproval of the Special Event License application of Michael Barnard, Phoenix Theatre, to hold a charitable event at 36460 N. Encanterra Dr., San Tan Valley, Arizona 85140 on April 20, 2013 from 11:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. The Special Event Permit Application has been submitted to the Code Compliance Office to be considered by the Board at a later date.  (Sheri Cluff)
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E.
Discussion/approval/disapproval of the Liquor License Application, series 12, of Patrick Sanders dba: PaPa Keno's Pizzeria located at 2510 E. Hunt Highway, San Tan Valley, AZ 85143. Staff recommends approval.  (Sheri Cluff)
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F.
Discussion/approval/disapproval of the Liquor License Acquisition of Control Application, series 10, for Usman Hanif dba: Salt N Pepper #3 located at 110 N. Reddington Rd., San Manuel, AZ 8563. Pinal County Sheriff's Office recommends denial due to reasons stated in the attached memo.  (Sheri Cluff)
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G.
Discussion/approval/disapproval of Special Event Permit SEP-018-12:  Robert Homan, applicant for the Gold Canyon Arts Council, to allow the “Gold Canyon Arts Festival ” event to be held at the Gold Canyon Methodist Church in Gold Canyon, AZ, 6640 S Kings Ranch Rd,  APN 104-12-076A, to be held on January 26, 2013  from 9: 00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.  (Greg Stanley)
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H.
Discussion/approval/disapproval of S-006-12-FP,  Replat of Lots 14 & 15, Quail Canyon at The Superstitions, 2 lot subdivision in the Gold Canyon area.   (Greg Stanley)
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I.
Discussion/approval/disapproval of Resolution No. 010913-RD12-028 approving a Purchase Agreement in the amount of $82,253.50  for real property for Right-of-Way ($58,287.50), a Permanent Drainage Easement ($20,052.00), a Temporary Construction Easement ($793.00), a power distribution easement ($1,445.63) Site Improvements ($468.00) and  title charges ($1,207.50) for the Hunt Highway Widening Project  from Borgata Commercial LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, which is described in the attached documents and legal descriptions attached hereto and made a part of hereof. (Contract #RD12-028)  (Greg Stanley)
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Discussion/approval/disapproval of Resolution No. 010913-RD12-027 approving a Purchase Agreement in the amount of $18,270.00 (rounded) for real property for Right-of-Way ($8,861.00), Drainage Easement ($6,081.00), Temporary Construction Easement ($671.00), Administrative Settlement ($1,570.00), and  title charges ($1,000.00) for the Hunt Highway Widening Project from Sun Life Family Health Centers Inc., an Arizona non profit corporation,  which is described in the attached documents and legal descriptions attached hereto and made a part of hereof. (Contract #RD12-027)  (Greg Stanley)
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K.
Discussion/approval/disapproval of Resolution No. 010913-AD12-004 expressing support for the City of Casa Grande's formation of a Metropolitan Planning Organization as provided for in the provisions of 23 U.S.C. 134 and 49 U.S.C. 5303 and authorizing the participation of Pinal County in the Metropolitan Planning Organization. (Contract #AD12-004)  (Greg Stanley)
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L.
Discussion/approval/disapproval of the presentation of the official statements of the November 13, 2012 election results, pursuant to ARS 16-642(B), for the following districts: Hohokom Irrigation and Drainage, Maricopa-Stanfield Irrigation and Drainage, Queen Creek Irrigation, San Carlos Irrigation and Drainage  (Manny Gonzalez)
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M.
Discussion/approval/disapproval of the appointment of a Precinct Committeeman: Democratic: PCT 86 Timothy A. Ragan 36099 N. Mirandesa Drive San Tan Valley, AZ 85143.  (Manny Gonzalez)
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N.
Discussion/approval/disapproval of a new voluntary payroll deduction to allow PCSO employees to contribute funds to the morale, welfare, recreation and benevolent fund, administered by the Arizona Public Safety Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization, in support of law enforcement, fire services, and juvenile court services.
No cost to the General Fund. (Paul Babeu)
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O.
Discussion/approval/disapproval of the purchase of a weapon, 40mm Glock 22 Gen4 with Serial #RYE791 to be sold below market value price of $25.00 according to State Statute to retired Deputy Ralph Martinez.  (Paul Babeu)
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P.
Discussion/approval/disapproval pursuant to Arizona Revised Statutes 11-409 of the appointment of Gary Hanby as the Chief Deputy Recorder for Pinal County, Job #1024, Grade 424, Step 3 at an annual salary of $56,721.60 in a position number to be determined. No budget amendment is being requested.    (Virginia Ross)
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Q.
Discussion/approval/disapproval pursuant to Arizona Revised Statutes 11-409 of the appointment of John Ellinwood as the Chief Deputy Assessor for Pinal County, Job #1074, Grade 430, Step 3 at an annual salary of $60,777.60, position number 00000035.  No budget amendment is being requested.  (Douglas Wolf)
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R.
Discussion/approval/disapproval pursuant to Arizona Revised Statutes 11-419 of the appointment of Richard Wintory as the Chief Deputy County Attorney, Criminal Division Job #932, Grade 447, Step 9 at an annual salary of $163,072.00, position number 00000076.  No budget amendment is being requested.    (Lando Voyles)
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S.
Discussion/approval/disapproval pursuant to Arizona Revised Statutes 11-419  of the appointment of Chris Keller as the Chief Deputy County Attorney, Civil Division Job #940, Grade 447, Step 3, at an annual salary of $140,566.40, position number 0000094.  No budget amendment is being requested.  (Lando Voyles)
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T.
Discussion/approval/disapproval of a new job description for Chief Deputy Recorder.  Pinal County government did not previously have a job description for this position.  The prior Chief Deputy Recorder held a functional job title of Administrator II.  The proposed new job description is at the same grade as an Administrator III position.  This revision will not have  budget impact as there are sufficient budget savings to fund this position at this grade.  (Wendy Petersen)
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U.
Discussion/approval/disapproval of Intergovernmental Agreement for Town of Superior and Pinal County for the preparing and conducting of the Primary and General election to be held on March 12, 2013 and May 21, 2013. (Virginia Ross)
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V.
Discussion/approval/disapproval of a negotiated settlement of pending centrally assessed property tax valuation appeal case TX2011-000712, pending in the Arizona Tax Court and captioned Western Broadband v. Maricopa County, ADOR, Pinal County et al., and authorization of counsel to execute all documents necessary to finalize the settlement.  (R. Neil Miller)
(4) Meeting of the Pinal County Health Services District Board of Directors.  (Manny Gonzalez)
(5) Meeting of the Pinal County Flood Control District Board of Directors.  (Greg Stanley)
(6) Discussion/approval/disapproval to add two additional records clerk positions to fulfill the numerous ARS statute requirements and provide much needed staffing to eliminate a decade of backlogged reports waiting to be scanned.  There will be no impact to the general fund for these additions.   (Paul Babeu)
(7) Discussion/approval/disapproval to re-classify all command staff level leaders in PCSO to an uncovered or At-Will status.  This includes Lieutenants, Captains and key managers within the Sheriff's Office.  This will have no financial impact on the general fund.  (Paul Babeu)
(8) Discussion/approval/disapproval to change the reporting structure for the Elections Department from Assistant County Manager to Pinal County Recorder to implement election reform pursuant to HB 2826, amending Arizona Revised Statutes 16-204, to improve utilization of employees, to assure additional safeguards for prevention of voter fraud, to achieve a single county elections communications plan, to streamline logistics and integrated systems from Voter Registration to Elections and to improve the public image.  There will be no budget impact, solely a change in reporting.     (Virginia Ross)
(9) Work Session regarding new travel policy proposal per Supervisor Chase.  (Cheryl Chase)
(10)
Work Session to discuss Energy Saving Projects.  (Greg Stanley)
ADJOURNMENT
(SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS' OFFICE)
The Board may go into executive session for purposes of obtaining legal advice from the County's Attorney(s) on any of the above agenda items pursuant to A.R.S. 38-431.03(A)(3).