Planning Manager Bayer Vella gave an overview of item #1 and outlined the following:
- PAD/Rezoning Amendment
- Lot Sizes and Density
- Tentative Development Plan
- Residential Encroachment
- General Plan Conformance
Director of Community and Economic Development J.J. Johnston continued the overview of item #1 and included the following;
- Employment: Goals and Policies
- Employment: Available Land
- Employment: Available CPI Land
- Employment: OV Economic Development Projections
- Employment: Recent OV Developments
- Employment: Sun Corridor
- Employment: Prospects for Regional Economy Excellent
- Employment: Local economic impact
- Employment: Residential
Mr. Vella continued the overview and included the following;
- Compatibility: Goals and Policies
- Compatibility: Transitions
- Compatibility: Site Layout and Buffers
- Compatibility: Loading Zones
- Compatibility: Building Height
- Public Participation
- Summary and Recommendation
Paul Oland, representative for the WLB Group and representing the property owner, presented the following regarding item #1;
- A Brief History Leading to this Proposal
- Staff Report Issues
Property owner Roger Ford provided his background and the history of the proposed property.
Mr. Oland continued his presentation of item #1.
Mayor Winfield opened the public hearing.
The following individuals spoke in support of item #1.
Oro Valley resident Camille McKeever
Oro Valley resident Stephen Dobbs
The following individuals spoke in opposition to item #1.
Oro Valley resident Timothy Bohen
Oro Valley resident Debra Arrett
Oro Valley resident Lynn Hebner
Oro Valley resident Anna Clark
Oro Valley resident Julie Lotzer
The following individual spoke on item #1.
Oro Valley resident Geri Ottoboni
Mayor Winfiled closed the public hearing.
Mayor Winfield recessed the meeting at 6:20 p.m.
Mayor Winfield reconvened the meeting at 6:34 p.m.
meeting reconvened 7:59 pm
Mr. Ford spoke regarding the proposed 15-acre property located at the northwest corner of Rancho Vistoso Blvd and Vistoso Commerce Loop.
Discussion ensued amongst Council, staff and Mr. Oland regarding item #1.
MOTION: A motion was made by Councilmember Rodman and seconded by Councilmember Solomon adopt Ordinance No. (O)19-01, a rezoning from Campus Park industrial to Medium High Density Residential, subject to conditions in Attachment 11, finding that the request is consistent with the Your Voice, Our Future General Plan and with and additional condition that the minimum lot size is 5000 feet and the average lot size is 6000 ft.
MOTION failed, 2-5 with Mayor Winfield, Vice-Mayor Barrett, Councilmember Jones-Ivey, Councilmember Nicolson, and Councilmember Piña opposed.
MOTION: A motion was made by Mayor Winfield and seconded by Councilmember Jones-Ivey to deny Ordinance No. (O)19-01, a rezoning from Campus Park Industrial to Medium High Density Residential, finding that the request is not consistent with the Your Voice, Our Future General Plan.
MOTION carried, 6-1 with Councilmember Solomon opposed.
Senior Planner Patty Hayes gave an overview of item #2 and presented the following:
- Master Sign Program
- Wall Signs and Illumination
- General Plan
Discussion ensued amongst Council and staff regarding item #2.
The following individual spoke in support of item #2.
Discussion continued amongst Council and staff regarding item #2.
MOTION: A motion was made by Vice-Mayor Barrett and seconded by Councilmember Nicolson to approve the master sign program for the Placita De Oro shopping center as shown in Attachment 2.
MOTION carried, 7-0.
Mayor Winfield presented item #3.
Discussion ensued amongst Council and staff regarding item #3.
MOTION: A motion was made by Vice-Mayor Barrett and seconded by Councilmember Piña to approve Resolution No. (R)19-01, establishing a budget and Finance Commission and establishing the tasking and operations of said Commission by adopting the document known as the "Operating Procedures Oro Valley Budget and Finance Commission", but with the following amendments:
1. Substituting the work "three" in place of the word "one" in both
Section 3 of the Resolution, and in the last sentence of the second paragraph under the Heading "Membership" in Exhibit A of the Resolution
To provide a sunset with the option by Council to renew in two years
MOTION carried, 7-0.