REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING
CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE/INVOCATION/MOMENT OF SILENCE
APPROVAL OF AGENDA
CALL TO THE PUBLIC
At this time any member of the public is allowed to address the Town Council on any issue within the jurisdiction of the Town Council, except for items scheduled for a Public Hearing at this meeting. The speaker may have up to three minutes to speak. Any persons wishing to address the Council must complete a speaker card located outside the Council Chambers and deliver it to the Town Clerk prior to the commencement of the meeting. Individuals addressing a meeting at the Call to the Public will not be provided with electronic technology capabilities beyond the existing voice amplification and recording capabilities in the facilities and the Town's overhead projector/document reader. Pursuant to the Arizona Open Meeting Law, at the conclusion of Call to the Public, individual members of the Council may respond to criticism made by those who have addressed the Council, and may ask staff to review the matter, or may ask that the matter be placed on a future agenda.
Support the activities for the Arizona Department of Veterans Services during the commemorative period of 2014 through 2017
MAYOR AND COUNCIL REPORTS: SUMMARY OF CURRENT EVENTS
MANAGER’S REPORT: SUMMARY OF CURRENT EVENTS
P 1: Presentation: Relating to Economic Development; Tucson International Airport Regional Update. (Gilbert Davidson)
P 2: Presentation: Relating to Personnel; classification and compensation study update presented by Waters Consulting Group, Inc. (Suzanne Machain)
The Consent Agenda contains items requiring action by the Council which are generally routine items not requiring Council discussion. A single motion and affirmative vote will approve all items on the Consent Agenda, including any resolutions or ordinances. Prior to a motion to approve the Consent Agenda, any Council member may remove any item from the Consent Agenda and that item will be discussed and voted upon separately.
C 1: Resolution No. 2013-066: Relating to Development; approving a final plat for Del Webb at Dove Mountain, Lots 1-108 and Block "1", Common Areas "A", "B", "C" and "D". (Kevin Kish, AICP)
C 2: Resolution No. 2013-067: Relating to Administration; approving and authorizing the Mayor to execute an Employment Agreement between the Town of Marana and Town Manager Gilbert Davidson (Jane Fairall)
C 3: Resolution No. 2013-068: Relating to Development; approving a Condominium final plat for Heinfeld Silverbell and Wade Units 1-10 and Common Element "A". (Brian Varney)
C 4: Resolution No. 2013-069: Relating to Municipal Court; approving and authorizing the Mayor to execute an intergovernmental agreement between Pima County and the Town of Marana for payment for incarceration of municipal prisoners (Jane Fairall)
C 5: Resolution No. 2013-070: Relating to the Police Department; approving and authorizing the Mayor to execute the revised second amendment to the intergovernmental agreement between the Town of Marana, Pima County and other Participating Jurisdictions regarding the Pima Regional Special Weapons and Tactics (S.W.A.T.) Team (Jane Fairall)
C 6: Ordinance No. 2013.013: Relating to Business Regulations; amending Marana Town Code Title 9 entitled "Business Regulations"; amending Section 9-1-6 to modify a provision related to assistant inspectors of licenses; amending Section 9-1-7 to modify a provision related to duties and powers of inspectors; and designating an effective date. (Laine Sklar)
C 7: Resolution No. 2013-071: Relating to Intergovernmental Relations; endorsing the proposed Camino de Oeste III Annexation to the Mountain Vista Fire District (Frank Cassidy)
C 8: Resolution No. 2013-072: Relating to Business Regulations; approving and authorizing the Mayor to execute the Second Amendment to the Intergovernmental Agreement between the Town of Oro Valley and the Town of Marana for reciprocal hearing officer services under Arizona Revised Statutes section 9-500.12, providing that the Oro Valley Legal Services Director or designee may serve as hearing officer for appeals brought under Chapter 9-4 of the Marana Town Code regarding massage establishments (Jane Fairall)
C 9: Approval of June 18, 2013 Council Meeting Minutes (Jocelyn C. Bronson)
L 1: Relating to Liquor Licenses; recommendation to the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control regarding an application for a person-to-person transfer of an existing Series #7 beer and wine bar liquor license submitted by Indri Gunawan on behalf of Jade Garden Restaurant located at 3720 W. Ina Road, Ste. 106, Marana, AZ 85741. (Jocelyn C. Bronson)
BOARDS, COMMISSIONS AND COMMITTEES
B 1: Relating to Boards, Commissions and Committees; discussion, consideration and possible direction regarding recommendations from the Spring 2013 Marana Citizens' Forum regarding the topic "north Marana growth." (Gilbert Davidson)
B 2: Resolution No. 2013-073: Relating to Boards, Commissions and Committees; Re-appointing Don Duncan, Steve Miklosi, and Richard Miller to the Planning Commission (Del Post)
B 3: Resolution No. 2013-074: Relating to Boards, Commissions and Committees; approving the re-appointment of Margaret (Peggy) Mackey-Craig to the Marana Public Safety Personnel Retirement System local board (Jocelyn Bronson)
A 1: PUBLIC HEARING: Resolution No. 2013-075: Relating to Community Development; authorizing Town staff to submit an application for FY 2012/2013 Arizona Department of Housing Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program Colonias Set Aside funds to connect income-qualified homeowners in the Honea Heights colonia to the sanitary sewer system (T VanHook)
ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION/POSSIBLE ACTION
D 1: Relating to Land Development; discussion, consideration and direction regarding a possible amendment to the Marana Land Development Code to amend Title 8 (General Development Regulations) Section 08.08 to prohibit medical marijuana dispensary offsite cultivation locations within the Town. (Laine Sklar)
D 2: Relating to Utilities; discussion, consideration and direction regarding non-potable water use in North Marana (John Kmiec )
D 3: Relating to Legislation and Government Actions; Discussion and possible action regarding all pending state, federal, and local legislation/government actions and on recent and upcoming meetings of other governmental bodies (Gilbert Davidson)
Pursuant to A.R.S. § 38-431.03, the Town Council may vote to go into executive session, which will not be open to the public, to discuss certain matters.
E 1: Executive Session pursuant to A.R.S. § 38-431.03(A)(3), (4), and (7) for discussion and consultation with the Town's attorneys for legal advice and to consider the Town's position and instruct its representatives regarding pending negotiations with the Arizona State Land Department concerning the Tortolita Preserve Lease.
E 2: Executive Session pursuant to A.R.S. §38-431.03 (A)(3), Council may ask for discussion or consultation for legal advice with the Town Attorney concerning any matter listed on this agenda.
FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS
Notwithstanding the mayor’s discretion regarding the items to be placed on the agenda, if three or more Council members request that an item be placed on the agenda, it must be placed on the agenda for the second regular Town Council meeting after the date of the request, pursuant to Marana Town Code Section 2-4-2(B).