City Council Meeting of October 10, 2019

Full video of meeting:


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Agenda for October 10, 2019 Council Meeting with timestamps:

  • Call to Order

  • Roll Call

  • Invocation - Reverend Donna Smith, Graceful Passages to Vets

  • Pledge of Allegiance

  • Item 1 Acceptance of the Agenda

  • Awards and Presentations [video starts here]

Proclamation declaring October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month

  • City Manager’s Report: Upcoming Meetings, Bid Openings and Bid Awards [4:13]

  • Tabled Item

Item 2 Resolution 2019-075, Approval of the Modifications to Refuse Services and Fee Schedule - Tabled Item [6:13]

  • Public Hearing

Item 3 Resolution 2019-080, Application for a Series 7 Liquor License for Kevin Arnold Kramber, Lakhwinder S. Shahi and John W. Mesenbourg on behalf of Hampton Inn, 4100 E Snyder Boulevard, Sierra Vista, Arizona [6:54]

Item 4 Resolution 2019-081, Application for a Series 9 Liquor License for Mohammed S. Rahman and Samia Afrin on behalf of the Beverage House, 999 E Fry Boulevard, Sierra Vista, Arizona [8:49]

Item 5 Resolution 2019-082, Application for a Bingo License for Dorothy Bianco on behalf of the Village Association Sierra Vista Mobile Home Village, 733 S Deer Creek Lane, Sierra Vista, Arizona [10:10]

Item 6 Resolution 2019-083, Development Code Amendments to Section 151.04.004-Dumping or Disposal Rubbish, Section 151.06.004-Home Based Business, Article 151.10, Sign Regulations and declaring a 30-day public record [12:13]

  • New Business

Item 7 Resolution 2019-084, Holiday at Pueblo Del Sol, Phase 5 Preliminary Plat, Lots 1-59 [28:29]

Item 8 Approval of the City Council Regular Meeting Minutes of September 26, 2019

  • Call to the Public [34:29]

  • Comments and Requests of the Council [36:06]

  • Adjournment

In regards to one of the Proposed Development Code Amendments, specifically the Home Based Business (one selling cars), I need to do some more research on this. I think we may already have protections under our current municipal code that addresses this issue. I did attend the Planning and Zoning meeting for this and didn't see a problem until the council raised some questions during our past work session that got me thinking about it differently. Though, I admit I have to look into it more. For now, these proposed changes are open for public comment. Please use this form on our city website to officially submit comments. These submissions will go to staff and are shared with all of council prior to any vote.


October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month

Also, for those interested in attending the 11th Annual Walk to Remember, you can register here.


Lastly, I want to thank the people who have taken the time to reach out to me via e-mail, text, and social media to ask me questions about the meetings. I'm grateful that residents are taking the time to tune in to the meetings and reach out with questions and feedback. That being said, I have had a couple of people try to reach me during a meeting to make suggestions or ask questions while we are still in session. During work sessions and council meetings, I always leave my phone in my bag. I do this to be fully present during our meetings and to favor transparency. Everyone is welcome to reach out to me at any time, and I will respond to you as soon as I am able.

Your council member,



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