ORO VALLEY TOWN COUNCIL
May 8, 2019
ORO VALLEY COUNCIL CHAMBERS
11000 N. LA CANADA DRIVE
Mayor Winfield called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.
|Joseph C. Winfield, Mayor |
Melanie Barrett, Vice-Mayor
Joyce Jones-Ivey, Councilmember
Josh Nicolson, Councilmember
Rhonda Piña, Councilmember
Bill Rodman, Councilmember
Steve Solomon, Councilmember
Mayor Winfield announced the first budget presentation would be from Community and Economic Development, followed by Police, Parks and Recreation and then Town Administration.
The following individuals spoke regarding the FY 2019/20 Town Manager's Recommended Budget.
Oro Valley resident Richard Tracy
Oro Valley resident Greg Kishi
Oro Valley resident Paul Loomis
Oro Valley resident Aileen McCarthy
Oro Valley resident Steve Jones
Oro Valley resident and Pima County Sheriff Mark Napier
Community and Economic Development
Director of Community and Economic Development JJ Johnston present the proposed Community and Economic Development Department budget and included the following:
- What We Do
- CED Organizational Chart
- CED Major Accomplishments
- CED Budget Summary (FY 19-20)
- CED Permitting
- CED Major Goals for 2020
- CED Goals 2020
Questions and comments from Council regarding the proposed Community and Economic Development budget were received during and after Mr. Johnston's presentation.
Police Chief Danny Sharp gave an overview of the proposed Police Department budget and included the following:
- Your Voice, Our Future General Plan 2016
- Fiscal year comparison
- Increases Explained
- Town of Oro Valley Strategic Plan and Public Safety
- Community vision, values and priorities
- Departmental approach
Questions and comments from Council regarding the proposed Police Department budget were received during and after Chief Sharp's presentation.
Mayor Winfield recessed the meeting at 7:44 p.m.
Mayor Winfield reconvened the meeting at 8:01 p.m.
The following individual spoke regarding the proposed Police Department budget.
Oro Valley resident and President and CEO of the Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce Dave Perry
Parks and Recreation Department, including Troon-managed operations budget at Community Center
Parks and Recreation Director Kristy Diaz-Trahan gave an overview of the following proposed Parks and Recreation budget highlights:
- Big Picture
- Strategic Plan Implementation
- Parks & Recreation Department
- Administration Division
- Aquatics Division
- Community Center
- Recreation and Culture
- Park Management
- Department Comparison
- Troon Operations
President of Troon Prive Rob DeMore presented the proposed Troon-managed operations budget and included the following:
- Key Budget Assumptions
- Evaluation Process - Notable Trends
- Revenue Analysis
- Expense Analysis
- Net Operating Income Analysis
Following the presentations, there were questions and comments from Council regarding the proposed Parks and Recreation and Troon-managed operations budget.
The following individual spoke regarding the proposed Parks and Recreation budget.
Oro Valley resident Harold Adair
Administrative Services Director/CFO Stacey Lemos gave an overview of the proposed Town Administration budget and included the following:
- Department Overviews
- Strategic Leadership Plan Goals and Objectives
- Budget Comparison
- Town Clerk
- Administrative Services - Finance
- Administrative Services - Human Resources
- Town Benefits Overview
- Administrative Services - Information Technology
- Town Manager's Office
- Town Council
- General Administration
- Legal Services
Discussion ensued amongst Council and staff regarding the proposed Town Administration budget.
Ms. Lemos continued the presentation and included the following:
- Magistrate Court
Mayor Winfield adjourned the meeting at 10:41 p.m.