MINUTES
ORO VALLEY TOWN COUNCIL
REGULAR SESSION
September 5, 2012
ORO VALLEY COUNCIL CHAMBERS
11000 N. LA CANADA DRIVE
 
REGULAR SESSION AT OR AFTER 6:00 PM

CALL TO ORDER

Mayor Hiremath called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.

ROLL CALL

PRESENT:
Satish Hiremath, Mayor
Lou Waters, Vice Mayor
Brendan Burns, Councilmember
Bill Garner, Councilmember
Joe Hornat, Councilmember
Mary Snider, Councilmember
Mike Zinkin, Councilmember

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Mayor Hiremath led the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance.

UPCOMING MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Economic Development Manager Amanda Jacobs announced the upcoming Town meetings.

COUNCIL REPORTS
      •  Spotlight on Youth

Councilmember Snider reported that 38 students from Oro Valley high schools attended the first Youth Advisory Group meeting on August 27th.  Applications will be accepted by the Town Manager’s office through September 10th and selections will be made by mid October. 

DEPARTMENT REPORTS

Town Clerk Julie Bower announced that new artwork was on display in the Council Chambers by artists Douglas and Carolyn Ward.

ORDER OF BUSINESS

Mayor Hiremath reviewed the order of business and said that the order would stand as posted.

INFORMATIONAL ITEMS

1.

Public Safety Providers Quarterly Report


Public Safety Providers Quarterly Report

2.

Library Customer Feedback Forms


Library Customer Feedback Forms

3.

Customer Feedback Letter (DIS & Legal)


DIS Customer Feedback Letter

4.

Library & IT Recognition Letter


Library & IT Recognition Letter

5.

DIS Customer Feedback


DIS Customer Feedback

6.

Letter of Thanks to Development & Infrastructure Services Department


Letter of Thanks

7.

Police Department Appreciation Letters


PD Appreciation Letters

CALL TO AUDIENCE

Oro Valley resident Bill Adler

was concerned with the quality and quantity of services currently being offered by the Oro Valley library.  He felt that the webpage was difficult to navigate and urged Council to investigate and be more aware of the changes that have taken place.

Oro Valley resident Lyra Done

became a "Friend of the Pool" and submitted her contribution along with the contribution from the Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce.

PRESENTATIONS

1.

Proclamation - National Preparedness Month


Proclamation

Mayor Hiremath proclaimed September 2012 as National Preparedness Month.

2.

* Presentation by U.S. Representative Ron Barber (Removed from agenda on 9/4/12 at 3:00 PM - Unable to attend)


3.

Presentation Unveiling the Oro Valley Aquatic Center Brand/Logo by Allison Cooper, Director of Marketing for the Metropolitan Tucson Convention & Visitors Bureau


Allison Cooper, Director of Marketing for MTCVB, unveiled the new Oro Valley Aquatic Center logo.

CONSENT AGENDA

Councilmember Garner requested that item (D) be removed from the consent agenda for discussion.

Councilmember Zinkin requested that items (K) and (L) be removed from the consent agenda for discussion.

A.

Minutes - June 6, 2012


6/6/12 DRAFT Minutes

B.

Fiscal Year 2011/12 Financial Update through May 2012


Attachment A - General Fund

Attachment B - Highway Fund

Attachment C - Bed Tax Fund

Attachment D - Vacancy Savings Report

Attachment E - Summary All Funds

C.

Fiscal Year 2011/12 Financial Update Through June 2012 (Year-End)


General Fund

Highway Fund

Bed Tax Fund

Vacancy Savings Report

Summary All Funds

E.

Metropolitan Tucson Convention and Visitors Bureau Quarterly Report: April 1, 2012 - June 30, 2012


MTCVB FPA

MTCVB 4th Quarter Report

F.

Police Department Statistics - May and June 2012


OVPD Statistics 05-2012

OVPD Statistics 06-2012

G.

Resolution No. R(12)-46, Authorizing and approving a Multi-Agency Agreement for Cooperative Use of Northwest Fire District’s Training Center Facility


Reso 12-46

Multi-Agency Agreement

H.

Resolution No. (R)12-47, Authorizing and approving a grant contract between the Oro Valley Police Department and the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (G.O.H.S.) for funding of overtime and employee related expenses to enhance DUI enforcement in the Town of Oro Valley


Reso 12-47

GOHS Contract 2013-AL-002

I.

Resolution No. (R)12-48, Authorizing and approving a grant contract between the Oro Valley Police Department and the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (G.O.H.S.) for funding capital outlay to purchase equipment to enhance the Special Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP) for speed enforcement in the Town of Oro Valley


Reso 12-48

GOHS Contract 2013-PT-002

J.

Resolution No. (R)12-49, Authorizing and approving a grant contract between the Oro Valley Police Department and the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (G.O.H.S.) for funding equipment to enhance and support Traffic Records/Data collection in the Town of Oro Valley


Reso 12-49

GOHS Contract 2013-TR-001

M.

Request for approval of a two year extension of the Master Development Plan and Phase 1 & 2 Development Plan for Miller Ranch, from July 21, 2012 to July 21, 2014 for property located on the northwest corner of Tangerine Road and La Canada Drive


Attachment 1 - July 21, 2010 TC Staff Report & Development Plans

Attachment 2 - Extension of Time Request

N.

Request to grade within the designated hillsides of Lot 404, Stone Canyon VII, Rancho Vistoso, Neighborhood 6


Attachment 1

ATTACHMENT 2

ATTACHMENT 3

MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Garner and seconded by Councilmember Snider to Approve consent agenda items (A)-(C), (E)-(J) and (M)-(N).

MOTION carried, 7-0.

D.

Tucson Regional Economic Opportunities, Inc. Quarterly Report: April 1, 2012 - June 30, 2012


TREO FPA

TREO Fourth Quarter Report

Councilmember Garner requested that additional documentation be included with the reports in order to provide a full understanding of each special event.

MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Garner and seconded by Councilmember Snider to Approve item (D).

MOTION carried, 7-0.

K.

Resolution No. (R)12-50, Authorizing and approving a task force agreement between the Drug Enforcement Administration ("DEA") and the Town of Oro Valley ("Town") for the participation of two Oro Valley police officers in the Tucson Task Force Group One with one position detailed to Tucson HIDTA Task Force Group.


Reso 12-50

IGA Task Force One

Councilmember Zinkin requested clarification regarding what the fiscal impact would be to the Town for items (K) and (L).

MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Zinkin and seconded by Vice Mayor Waters to Approve items (K) and (L).

MOTION carried, 7-0.

L.

Resolution No. (R)12-51, Authorizing and approving a task force agreement between the Drug Enforcement Administration ("DEA") and the Town of Oro Valley ("Town") for the participation of one Oro Valley police officer in the Tucson Task Force Group Two.


Reso 12-51

IGA Task Force Two

REGULAR AGENDA

1.

PUBLIC HEARING - DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION REGARDING AN APPLICATION FOR A PERSON AND LOCATION TRANSFER OF A SERIES 9 (LIQUOR STORE) LIQUOR LICENSE FOR WAL-MART SUPERCENTER #3379 LOCATED AT 2150 EAST TANGERINE ROAD


Wal-Mart #3379 Series 09 Liquor License

Town Clerk Julie Bower gave an overview of item #1.

Mayor Hiremath opened the hearing.

No comments were received.

Mayor Hiremath closed the public hearing.

MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Snider and seconded by Councilmember Garner to Approve recommending approval of the request for a Person and Location transfer to the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control for a Series 9 Liquor License at Wal-Mart Supercenter #3379 located at 2150 E. Tangerine Road.

MOTION carried, 7-0.

2.

PUBLIC HEARING - ORDINANCE NO. (O)12-10, ESTABLISHING A HOME DETENTION PROGRAM PURSUANT TO A.R.S. SECTION 9-499.07 FOR PERSONS SENTENCED FOR DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL OR DRUGS


Ord 12-10

Town Attorney Tobin Rosen gave an overview of item #2.

Mayor Hiremath opened the public hearing.

No comments were received.

Mayor Hiremath closed the public hearing.

MOTION: A motion was made by Vice Mayor Waters and seconded by Councilmember Burns to Approve Ordinance No. (O)12-10, establishing a home detention program pursuant to A.R.S. Section 9-499.07 for persons sentenced for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

MOTION carried, 7-0.

3.

AMENDMENT TO CHAPTER 22 AND CHAPTER 27 OF THE ORO VALLEY ZONING CODE REVISED


a.

RESOLUTION NO. (R)12-52, DECLARING AS A PUBLIC RECORD THAT CERTAIN DOCUMENT ENTITLED CHAPTER 22, AND CHAPTER 27 OF THE ORO VALLEY ZONING CODE REVISED, ATTACHED HERETO AS EXHIBIT "A" AND FILED WITH THE TOWN CLERK


Reso 12-52

Exhibit "A"

MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Snider and seconded by Councilmember Garner to Approve Resolution No. (R)12-52, declaring as a public record that certain document entitled Chapter 22, and Chapter 27 of the Oro Valley Zoning Code Revised, attached hereto as Exhibit "A" and filed with the Town Clerk.

MOTION carried, 7-0.

b.

PUBLIC HEARING: ORDINANCE (O)12-11, AMENDING THE ORO VALLEY ZONING CODE REVISED, CHAPTER 22, REVIEW AND APPROVAL PROCEDURES, SECTION 22.9, DESIGN REVIEW, SECTION 22.10, GRADING PERMIT PROCEDURES AND CHAPTER 27, GENERAL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS, SECTION 27.7, OFF STREET PARKING


Ord 12-11

Attachment 2 - Planning & Zoning Commission Staff Report

Attachment 3 - Draft Planning and Zoning Commission Minutes

Principal Planner Chad Daines gave an overview of item #3b.

Mayor Hiremath opened the public hearing.

The following individual spoke in opposition to item #3b.

Oro Valley resident Bill Adler


Mayor Hiremath closed the public hearing.

MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Hornat and seconded by Vice Mayor Waters to Approve Ordinance No. (O)12-11, amending the Oro Valley Zoning Code Revised, Chapter 22, Review and Approval Procedures, Section 22.9, Design Review, Section 22.10, Grading Permit Procedures and Chapter 27, General Development Standards, Section 27.7, Off Street Parking.

Councilmember Zinkin requested an amendment to the motion to keep the Alternative Parking Ratio Analysis under the CDRB instead of turning the analysis over to staff.  The amendment was agreed to by Councilmember Hornat and Vice Mayor Waters.

MOTION carried, 6-1 with Councilmember Zinkin opposed.

4.

PUBLIC HEARING: ORDINANCE NO. (O)12-12, AMENDING THE ORO VALLEY ZONING CODE REVISED, CHAPTER 28, SIGNS, BY ADDING NEW SUBSECTION 28.2.D.3. “ALL OTHER SIGN VIOLATIONS; REPEALING ALL RESOLUTIONS, ORDINANCES AND RULES OF THE TOWN OF ORO VALLEY IN CONFLICT THEREWITH; PRESERVING THE RIGHTS AND DUTIES THAT HAVE ALREADY MATURED AND PROCEEDINGS THAT HAVE ALREADY BEGUN THEREUNDER


Ord 12-12

ATTACHMENT 2 - SIGN CODE SECTION 28.2

ATTACHMENT 3 - PZC REPORT

Planning Manager David Williams gave an overview of item #4.

Mayor Hiremath opened the public hearing.

The following individual supported item #4.

Oro Valley resident Donald Bristow

The following individuals spoke in opposition to item #4.

Dave Perry, President and CEO of the Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce

Oro Valley resident Bill Adler

Mayor Hiremath closed the public hearing.

MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Hornat and seconded by Vice Mayor Waters to Deny Ordinance No. (O)12-12, amending the Oro Valley Zoning Code Revised, Chapter 28, Signs, by adding new Subsection 28.2.D.3. "All Other Sign Violations".

Councilmember Snider requested an amendment to the motion to add the following language: "and continue to seek a solution to address the 1% of violators".  The amendment was agreed to by Councilmember Hornat and Vice Mayor Waters.

MOTION carried, 5-2 with Councilmember Garner and Councilmember Zinkin opposed.

FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS

Councilmember Burns requested a future agenda item to discuss Phase II of the pool, seconded by Mayor Hiremath.

Councilmember Burns requested a future agenda item to review and discuss the parking situation at the aquatics center, seconded by Vice Mayor Waters.

Councilmember Burns requested a future agenda item to discuss partnering with Amphi public schools to expand the child I.D. program, seconded by Councilmember Snider.

CALL TO AUDIENCE

No comments were received.

ADJOURNMENT

MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Snider and seconded by Vice Mayor Waters to Adjourn the meeting at 8:27 p.m.

MOTION carried, 7-0.