Work Session for October 8, 2019


Full view of Work Session: https://youtu.be/iC1LmyZUePk Downloadable Agenda and Documents: http://docserve.sierravistaaz.gov


Agenda for October 8, 2019 Work Session with timestamps:


Call to order [6:52]

Presentation and discussion:

A. October 10, 2019 Council Meeting Agenda Items

Item 1 Acceptance of the Agenda

Awards and Presentations

  • Proclamation declaring October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month

City Manager’s Report: Upcoming Meetings, Bid Openings and Bid Awards [7:44]


Tabled Item

  • Item 2 Resolution 2019-075, Approval of the Modifications to Refuse Services and Fee Schedule [8:16]

Public Hearing [56:17]

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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 [59:36]

New Business

  • Item 7 Resolution 2019-084, Holiday at Pueblo Del Sol, Phase 5 Preliminary Plat, Lots 1-59 [1:20:10]

  • Item 8 Approval of the City Council Regular Meeting Minutes of September 26, 2019 [1:27:42]

B. Report on Recent Trips, Meetings and Future Meetings [1:28:38]

C. Board and Commission Liaison Update [1:30:10]

D. Future Discussion Items and Council Requests [1:33:29]

Adjourn

I submitted many questions and ideas to staff over that past month, and I can see that they have worked hard to answer all my inquiries. And they continue to work hard to find the best solution for Sierra Vista residents, and a healthy enterprise fund. We aren't there quiet yet. There is still work that needs to be done, as well as more options that needs to be looked at. City staff has requested that we give them more time to review the refuse fee proposal, as well as prepare information on a potential rate increase proposal. This work session gave us a much clearer picture of the situation we are facing with the Refuse Enterprise Fund and there will be more to follow in the coming weeks. As always please contact me at Carolyn.Umphrey@SierraVistaAZ.gov with any comments or questions. I love hearing from you!

Your council member,


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