BOS Meeting Agenda – 06/21/2016

 

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Joe Shirley, Jr.
Chairman
District I
Tom M. White, Jr.
Vice Chairman
District II
Barry Weller
Member
District III

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING AND AGENDA OF
THE APACHE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS,
THE APACHE COUNTY LIBRARY DISTRICT AND
THE APACHE COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES
June 21, 2016    
Board of Supervisors’ Hearing Room, First Floor
75 West Cleveland Street
St. Johns, Arizona
8:30 a.m. MST (9:30 a.m. DMST)
Pledge of Allegiance.    
Invocation by Invitation.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING AND AGENDA OF THE
APACHE COUNTY LIBRARY DISTRICT
HELD IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETING
JUNE 21, 2016

1.  Discussion and possible approval to award proposals for janitorial services for Fiscal Year 2016-2017 to Pimentel Contract Cleaning, in the total amount of $54,180 for Alpine, Concho, Greer, Round Valley, Sanders, St. Johns, and Vernon public libraries, and to Brandy Reidhead in the total amount of $6,600 for the Library Administration Building.

2.  Discussion and possible approval of a lease agreement between the Alpine Area Library Friends and the Apache County Library District from July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017 at the annual rate of $50.00.

3.  Discussion and possible approval of a lease agreement between the Greer Community Facilities Association and the Apache County Library District from July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017 at the rate of $788.68 per month.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING AND AGENDA OF
THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES DISTRICT  
HELD IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETING
JUNE 21, 2016

1.  Discussion and possible approval of Intergovernmental Agreement #ADHS17-133163 Emergency Preparedness Program, effective July 1, 2016, in the amount of $194,293.74.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING AND AGENDA OF
THE APACHE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS,
June 21, 2016

1.  Doyel Shamley, Natural Resources Liaison: Update on the Apache County stewardship work on thinning and wildfire protection in Alpine. This item was tabled at the previous Board meeting.

2.  Kevin Grove, Army Corps of Engineers: Presentation on Clean Water Act authority, illegal discharge into waterways, illegal impediments into waterway and impacts to special aquatic sites.

3.  Jessica Beach, Navajo Nation Regional Partnership Council: Presentation on early childhood development and First Things First program.

4.  Community Development: Request approval of a Conditional Use Permit to allow Fred Gomez to add 29 cabins and a community building with laundry facilities on a 10 acre parcel. Property is located near Alpine, on parcel 101-18-002O. Planning and Zoning held three (3) public hearings on 3/3/2016, it was tabled for a site visit, on 4/7/2016 it was tabled for water drainage report and on 5/5/2016 approved by the P & Z Commission on a 5-1 vote, with conditions for the applicant to perform due diligence in locating another access to the West, to repair damage to the existing roads during construction, sign the road, ask the Board of Supervisors to lower the speed limit to 15 mph, match the existing road surface going into his property, and agree that the units will not be rented on a daily basis.

5.  Engineering Department: Discussion and possible approval of a resolution reducing the speed limit on County Road 2016 and 2041,from 25 miles per hour to 15 mile per hour.

6.  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 June 7, 2016 to June 21, 2016. 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 June 7, 2016.

*C.  Request approval of a fireworks permit for Concho Fire Department for a fireworks display on July 4, 2016. The site of the display will be located on Cinder Mountain East of the Concho School.

7.  Barry Weller, District III Supervisor: Discussion and possible approval to appoint an Administrator for the Nutrioso Fire District.

8.  County Manager:  Discussion and possible approval of a Series 13 Liquor License Application recommendation for Michael Teeple, Red Rock Ranch Vineyards, LLC located at House 38, County Road 5309, Concho, Arizona.

9.  County Manager: Discussion and possible approval to convert the currently vacant Community Development/County Manager shared Administrative Assistant I (range 22) to a Administrative Assistant II (range 26) and laterally transfer Tanya Pea to the position. The duties of the position will be increased to include working in the County Manager’s Office, the Election’s Office as well as continuing with regular switchboard/mailroom duties, pool car custodian duties, and Community Development Assignments.

10.  Emergency Management: Discussion and possible ratification of a resolution entering into Stage I Fire Restrictions effective June 15, 2016. The fire restriction is the result of the continued drying conditions, lack of moisture, energy release components of the fine grass, dead and down fuel load and available resources to respond to a wildfire emergency.

11.  Sheriff’s Office: Discussion and possible approval to enter into an Agreement with Northland Pioneer College to allow nursing students to receive training in correctional medicine at the Apache County Jail.

12.  Sheriff’s Office: Discussion and possible approval of Agreement #DC-17-001 between Arizona Criminal Justice Commission and the Apache County Sheriff’s Office for the Drug, Gang and Violent Crime Control Agreement in the amount to $225,276.00.  The Grant requires a 25% match that will be paid utilizing RICO funds.

13.   Sheriff’s Office: Discussion and possible authorization to enter into a five year contract with Taser International to purchase body worn cameras for a total of $274,551 with the first year payment of $65,595 and a payment of $52,140 each year thereafter. This agreement will include full warranty on all 55 body worn cameras, along with 55 user licenses for unlimited data/video storage on Taser servers, which are owned and maintained by Taser International, alleviating costly server procurement and maintenance costs.

14.  Notification of Arizona Association of Counties 2016 Leadership Summit, June 21-24, 2016 at the Sheraton Crescent Hotel, 2620 West Dunlap Avenue, in Phoenix, the  Northern Arizona Council of Governments (NACOG) on June 23, 2016 at 9:00 a.m., at the High Country Conference Center, 201 West Butler Avenue in Flagstaff, also, the Eastern Arizona Counties (ECO) annual planning meeting at the Nutrioso Community Center, #3 County Road 2016 on July 1, 2016 at 10:00 a.m.

15.  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 _____.

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Delwin Wengert
Clerk of the Board

BOS Additional Information – 06/21/2016