November 2020 Meetings

Updated: Nov 28, 2020

First off, it's important to note that as of Nov. 6th the Mayor of Sierra Vista reinstated an emergency declaration requiring that people over the age of 10 wear face coverings or shields while in public when physical distancing of at least 6 feet is not possible. You can read more about that here.


Below are the City Council Work Sessions and Meetings for November 2020. Throughout the month I will update this blog post with more information as it becomes available for each meeting.

Work Session for Tuesday, November 10th

Agenda with Timestamp Links:

1. Call to order - 3:00 p.m. [7:12]

2. Presentation and Discussion:

A. November 12, 2020 Council Meeting Agenda Items:

Item 1 Acceptance of the Agenda

City Manager’s Report: Upcoming Meetings, Bid Openings and Bid Awards

Public Hearing

Item 2 Resolution 2020 - 065, Approval of Substantial Amendments to CDBG Five-Year Consolidated Plan (2019-2023) and Program *Year 2019 Annual Action Plan

Item 3 Resolution 2020 - 066, Interim Permit, new license, limited liability-type of ownership for a Series 10 Liquor License for Joey Jerome Danielson on behalf of GPM Southeast LLC dba Fast Market #4609

New Business

Item 4 Approval of the City Council Regular Meeting Minutes of October 22, 2020

Item 5 Resolution 2020 - 067, Intergovernmental Agreement with Cochise County for court co-location and operations

Item 6 Resolution 2020 - 068, Proposed Amendments to Infill Incentive District Policy

B. Report on Recent Trips, Meetings, and Future Meetings C. Future Discussion Items and Council Requests

D. COVID-19 Status Report

3. Adjourn

City Council Meeting for Thursday, November 12th

Agenda with video timestamps:

Call to Order [6:59]

Roll Call

Invocation – Pastor Jerry Preiss, Hope and Healing Christian Church Pledge of Allegiance Item 1 Acceptance of the Agenda [9:53] City Manager’s Report: Upcoming Meetings, Bid Openings and Bid Awards [10:17] Public Hearing Item 2 Resolution 2020 - 065, Approval of Substantial Amendments to CDBG Five-Year Consolidated Plan (2019-2023) and Program Year 2019 Annual Action Plan [13:30] Item 3 Resolution 2020 - 066, Interim Permit, new license, limited liability-type of ownership for a Series 10 Liquor License for Joey Jerome Danielson on behalf of GPM Southeast LLC dba Fast Market #4609 [16:32] New Business

Item 4 Approval of the City Council Regular Meeting Minutes of October 22, 2020 [18:15] Item 5 Resolution 2020 - 067, Intergovernmental Agreement with Cochise County for court co- location and operations [18:53] Item 6 Resolution 2020 - 068, Proposed Amendments to Infill Incentive District Policy [Removed from Agenda]

Call to the Public [None]

Comments and Requests of the Council [22:41]

Adjournment

Special Meeting for Thursday, November 19th

Agenda with timestamp links:

Call to Order [8:01] Item 1 Acceptance of Agenda New Business Item 2 Resolution 2020-068, Canvass of General Election Adjournment

Congratulation to Mayor Pro Tem Rachel Gray, Dr. Angelica Landry, and Gregory L. Johnson on being elected to Sierra Vista City Council.

This was an extremely difficult year for all candidates. COVID-19 made signature collection extremely difficult which is one of the main reason we had so many candidates for City Council running as write-ins and only two candidates listed on the ballot for the 3 open seats. Incredibly, the people of Sierra Vista voted in record numbers and elected one of the 4 write-in candidates to the 3rd open seat. I'm very proud of our City's record voter turnout this year. Over 73% of voters turned out to vote! This is very exciting, and I look forward to working with our newly elected council members and continue working with MPT Gray to see that Sierra Vista continues to strive towards being the best city there is!


As always, if you have any questions or comments please do not hestitate to reach out to me at carolyn.umphrey@sierravistaaz.gov.


Your Council Member,





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