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Call to Order [0:47]
Invocation – Pastor Chuck Carlson, Sierra Vista Community Church
Pledge of Allegiance
Item 1 Acceptance of the Agenda
City Manager’s Report: Upcoming Meetings, Bid Openings, and Bid Awards [4:23]
Item 2 Consent Agenda [10:45]
Item 2.1 Approval of the City Council Special Meeting Minutes of February 13, 2020
Item 2.2 Approval of the City Council Regular Meeting Minutes of February 13, 2020
Item 3 Ordinance 2020-002, Adoption of Development Code Amendments to Section 151.22.006, Matrix of Use Permissions by Zoning District (Private schools of General Education) [11:20]
Item 4 Resolution 2020-012, Acceptance of Arizona Department of Homeland Security Grant Funding-Operation Stonegarden Grant Program (Agreement #190417-01) [13:36]
Item 5 Resolution 2020-013, Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Town of Huachuca City for Intercity Route Services [22:10]
Item 6 Resolution 2020-014, Amendment to the Intergovernmental Agreement with the Sierra Vista Unified School District [25:29]
Item 7 Resolution 2020-015, Establishing a West End Entertainment District [27:41]
Call to the Public [34:19]
Comments and Requests of the Council [39:08]
The Fry Boulevard Improvement Project Open Houses yesterday were well attended and I had the pleasure of talking to residents in attendance about the two concepts presented.
I don't have the attendance numbers yet, but it did seem like we had an even better turn out this time, which I'm very happy about.
EPS Group, the engineers the city contracted for the West End redesign, presented two concepts last night called the Parkway (A) and the Boardwalk (B), and members of the community voted on which of the two they preferred and also left comments on tweaks or changes. Additionally, they also had a video showing a traffic analysis for Fry Blvd and the neighboring streets with the lane reduction at predicted year-2040 volumes of traffic, which assumed a 1% increase in population per year from 2015 numbers. The video itself shows what four minutes of peak AM and PM traffic would look like, but was sped up to show it in one minute for each. The concepts will be available on the city's #FryForward website this week, and I requested that the traffic video also be made available to the public on that same page.
Here are the two concepts, you will be able to see these in greater detail once the city website is updated with the information from last night.
You can also read the Herald/Review's coverage of yesterday's open house here. As always, please do not hesitate to contact me at Carolyn.Umphrey@SierraVistaAZ.gov with any comments or questions. I love hearing from you.
Your council member,