|Joe Shirley, Jr.
|Tom M. White, Jr.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING AND AGENDA OF
THE APACHE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
February 16, 2016
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. Community Development Department: Following a public hearing, consideration and possible approval to allow Joel Young to rezone the property from Agriculture General to C-2 General Commercial, and obtain a conditional use permit to build an off-site dispensary cultivation located on parcel 212-69-019A, near Concho, Arizona. This item was unanimously opposed by the Planning and Zoning Commission.
2. 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 2, 2016 to February 16, 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 February 2, 2016.
3. County Manager: Discussion and possible appointment of Ben Dugdale and Dave Swietanski to participate on a committee with representatives from the incorporated communities within the County to study the possibility to construct a multi-purpose trail between Round Valley and St. Johns.
4. Engineering Department: Discussion and possible approval to enter into an Intergovernmental Agreement #JPA15-0005714-I between the Arizona Department of Transportation and Apache County for projects within Apache County.
5. Election Department: Discussion and possible approval of the designated polling places for the March 22, 2016 Presidential Preference Election.
6. Election Department: Discussion and possible approval of all Tally Board, Poll Workers and Troubleshooters for the upcoming March 22, 2016 Presidential Preference Election.
7. Election Department: Discussion and possible approval of the 2016 Polling Place Agreements to be used for the 2016 Election Cycle.
8. County Attorney’s Office; Discussion and possible approval of Arizona Department of Public Safety Victims of Crime Act (AZ-DPS-VOCA) #2014-244 in the amount of $46,685.00 with a match amount of $11,671.00 . Also request authorization to create and fill the Victim’s Assistant (range 33) position. This position is a result of this 2014-244 AZ-DPS-VOCA grant.
9. County Attorney’s Office: Discussion and possible approval of Arizona Department of Public Safety Victims of Crime Act (AZ-DPS-VOCA) #2014-245, in the amount of $10,094.00 for FY16 with a match of $2,524.00.
10. County Attorney’s Office: Following a possible executive session for consultation with the County Attorney’s Office pending litigation pursuant to A.R.S. 38-431.03, discussion and possible approval to authorize the Arizona Attorney General’s Office to represent Apache County’s interests in Case No. TX2016-000931, between Transwestern Pipeline versus Arizona Department of Revenue and various Arizona Counties, including Apache County and relating to certain centrally valued property.
11. Notification of the Eastern AZ. Counties Organization (EACO) meeting on February 17, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. located the County Supervisors Association (CSA) building, 1905 W. Washington Street in Phoenix, followed by the Small Counties Association on February 17, 2016 at 6:00 p.m., at The County Supervisors Association (CSA) building, 1905 W. Washington Street, in Phoenix, the County Supervisors Association meeting on February 18, 2016 at 10:00 a.m., located at the CSA building, 1905 W. Washington Street in Phoenix, and the NACOG Executive Committee meeting on February 25, 2016 at 9:00 a.m. at the NACOG office building, 119 E. Aspen Street, Flagstaff, Arizona where two or more members of the Apache County Board of Supervisors may be in attendance.
12. Barry Weller, District III Supervisor: Discussion of the County’s involvement in the ongoing Little Colorado River Water Adjudication and the Hopi Tribe water right claims. Any Departments involved are welcome to bring forth updates.
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.
14. County Manager: A work session regarding updates on revenue, expenditures and discussion on the possible replacement of election equipment. Work session may be held in the County Manager’s Conference Room, 75 West Cleveland Street, 2nd Floor, St. Johns, Arizona.
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