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|Supervisor Joe Shirley, Jr.
| Supervisor Alton Joe Shepherd
| Supervisor Doyel Shamley
Board Vice Chairman
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING AND AGENDA OF
THE APACHE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
February 21, 2017
Board of Supervisors’ Hearing Room, First Floor
75 West Cleveland Street
St. Johns, Arizona
8:30 a.m. MST
Pledge of Allegiance.
Invocation by Invitation
1. County Manager: Discussion and possible approval of 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 or the County Manager objects at the time the agenda item is called.
County Manager/Clerk of the Board:
*A. Request approval of demands as distributed to the Apache County Board of Supervisors between February 7, 2017 to February 21, 2017. Demands are payments made or to be made, by the County. Specific details of the demands may be requested through the County public record request process.
*B. Request approval of minutes dated January 30, 2017 and February 7, 2017.
2. County Manager: Discussion and possible appointment of Dr. Joe Shirley, Jr., to serve as the Apache County representative on the Northern Arizona Council of Governments (NACOG) Board.
3. County Manager: Discussion and possible approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement between Apache County, the Town of Eagar, the Town of Springerville and the City of St. Johns for the construction of the Crooked Nail Public Trail.
4. Assessor’s Office: Notification to the Board of Supervisors and the public, the annual Notice of Value for tax year 2018 will be mailed on February 28, 2017 to approximately 250 Native American and Non-Native American property owners who own fee simple land and improvements within the confines of the Navajo Indian Reservation.
5. County Attorney’s Office: Discussion and possible approval to create the position of Diversion Manager (range38). This position is 100% non-general funds.
6. County Attorney’s Office: Discussion and possible approval of professional services contracts with the law offices of Bryce Hamblin, Sean Taylor and D. Bryce Patterson for the prosecution of misdemeanor and felony conflict cases.
7. Engineering Department: Discussion and possible approval to lease three (3) new motor graders for District II at a yearly cost of twenty eight thousand, three hundred eighteen dollars and 08 cents ($28,318.08) each, for a total of eighty four thousand, four hundred ninety four dollars and 24 cents ($84,494.24) per year for seven (7) years. The agreement is through the National Intergovernmental Purchasing Association (City of Tucson) contract.
8. Engineering Department: Discussion and possible approval to lease three (3) new motor graders for District III at a yearly cost of twenty eight thousand, three hundred eighteen dollars and 08 cents ($28,318.08) each, for a total of eighty four thousand, four hundred ninety four dollars and 24 cents ($84,494.24) per year for seven (7) years. The agreement is through the National Intergovernmental Purchasing Association (City of Tucson) contract.
9. Engineering Department: Request approval to award bid # 201702 for blasting contractor to Arizona Drilling and Blasting, at a cost of three dollars and 26 cents ($3.26) per cubic yard.
10. Engineering Department: Discussion and possible approval to lease one (1) new wheel loader for the Limestone Pit, at a yearly cost of thirty one thousand, nine hundred sixty eight dollars and 19 cents ($31,968.19). The agreement is through the National Intergovernmental Purchasing Association (City of Tucson) contract.
11. Information Technology Department: Discussion and possible approval of an Enterprise Agreement with Microsoft to update the server and desktop software for Apache County, utilizing State Purchasing, at a cost not to exceed one hundred forty nine thousand, five hundred forty four dollars and 05 cents ($149,544.05) a year, for the next three years.
12. Cindy DeLancey, Executive Director, ASU Natural Resource Users Law and Policy Center: Presentation on the school programs and the services they offer to natural resource users, local coordinating governments, and other programs of special interest to Apache County.
13. Call to the Public: Individuals may address the Board on any relevant issue for an amount of time determined by the Chairman. At the close of the call to the public, Board members may not respond to any comments but may respond to criticism, ask staff to review a matter, or ask that a matter be placed on a future agenda.
Pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Apache County Board of Supervisors endeavors to ensure the accessibility of its meetings to all persons with disabilities. If you need an accommodation for a meeting, please contact the Clerk of the Board’s office at (928)337-7503, TDD (928)-337-4402 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting (not including weekends or holidays) so that an accommodation can be arranged. One or more members of the Board of Supervisors may participate telephonically or through video communication.
Posted _________________at _________a.m. p.m. by _____.
Clerk of the Board