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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 5/20/2019 5:45 PM Minutes status: Draft  
Meeting location: Council Chambers - Upper Level
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19-0575 2MinutesApproval of minutes of previous meetings as written.   Not available
19-0561 3-aLiquor License ApplicationSquare One Inc. This is a one-day event to be held on Thursday, May 30, 2019 from 5:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. at Desert Wind Harley Davidson, 922 South Country Club Drive. (District 4)   Not available
19-0562 3-bLiquor License ApplicationCarrabba’s Italian Grill #5301 A restaurant that serves lunch and dinner is requesting a new Series 12 Restaurant License for Italian Restaurant Group LLC, 1740 South Clearview Avenue - Andrea Dahlman Lewkowitz, agent. The previous license, held by Carrabba’s Italian Grill LLC, will revert to the State. (District 6)   Not available
19-0563 3-cLiquor License ApplicationHava Java A restaurant that serves breakfast and lunch is requesting a new Series 12 Restaurant License for Hava Java Las Sendas LLC, 2849 North Power Road, Suite 103 - Justin Other Shafer, agent. There is no existing license at this location. (District 5)   Not available
19-0564 3-dLiquor License ApplicationSpice Spirit A restaurant that serves lunch and dinner is requesting a new Series 12 Restaurant License for Italian Restaurant Group LLC, 1955 West Main Street - Johnny Zhongni Wan, agent. The previous license, held by Empire One Enterprise LLC, will revert to the State. (District 3)   Not available
19-0573 4-aContractExtension and Dollar-Limit Increase to the Term Contract for the Safety Shoe Program for the Human Resources Department (Citywide) This contract provides a list of qualified vendors for safety shoes for City employees who perform jobs where safety shoes are required. There are approximately 900 employees in over 80 job titles that require proper personal protective equipment for foot protection to avoid on-the-job injury and/or illness. The four-month extension and dollar-limit increase are needed as the City is working on a new solicitation and contract award. The Human Resources Department and Purchasing recommend extending the contract through September 20, 2019 and increasing the dollar-limit with American Safety Shoe Co. Inc.; Boot Barn (a Mesa business); Bound Tree Medical LLC; International Corporate Apparel (ICA); Jay Joel Rivin (J.R.’s Shoes and Boots); LeHigh Outfitters; Michael Colistro (Red Wing Shoes) (a Mesa business); Matlick Enterprises (United Fire Equipment); and Universal Police Supply; by $50,000, from $150,000 to $200,000 for Year 5 of the term contract.   Not available
19-0558 4-bContractPurchase of a Customer Queue Management System (Addition) as requested by the Development Services Department (Sole Source) (Citywide) This is an expansion of the existing Q-MATIC system, used by the Mesa Municipal Court and the main Business Office, to provide an electronic means of queuing and/or prioritizing customers who visit Development Services. The system records service information, evaluates service times, and records services provided, which will help to increase efficiencies and overall service delivery. The Development Services and Information Technology Departments and Purchasing recommend awarding a contract to the sole source vendor, CXM Solutions, at $55,664.04.   Not available
19-0553 4-cContractPurchase of Falcon District Branding Signage as requested by the Economic Development Department (Citywide) In 2014, the City Council established the Falcon District Strategic Visioning Commission to develop a strategic economic development plan guiding the City’s future development efforts in and around Falcon Field Airport and surrounding non-residential areas in northeast Mesa. Recommendations from the Visioning Commission included branding efforts to promote the area and create a sense of place and arrival for the Falcon District. The branding efforts included a signage plan that is in year three of implementation and includes banners, signal box wraps, and monument signs. This contract is for fabrication and installation of a third monument sign on Recker Road, south of the Loop 202 Red Mountain Freeway; production and installation of six additional traffic signal box wraps; and production of 50 new replacement banners for the District. The Economic Development Department and Purchasing recommend authorizing the purchase using the City of Peoria cooperative contract with YESC   Not available
19-0568 4-dContractThree-Year Term Contract with Two Years of Renewal Options for Catering and Concession Services for the Mesa Convention Center as requested by the Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities Department (Single Response) (Citywide) This contract will provide a qualified, reputable vendor to provide food and alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage catering and concessions at the Mesa Convention Center. The contract requires the vendor to respect the other successful partnerships established between the City of Mesa and Delta Hotels by Marriott Phoenix Mesa and participate in other partnerships with various event coordinators, promoters, tenants, and users. An evaluation committee recommends awarding the contract to the single, responsive and responsible proposal from Personal Touch Catering, at $420,000 annually, with an annual increase allowance of up to 5%, or the adjusted Consumer Price Index.   Not available
19-0557 4-eContractOne-Year Renewal with a One-Year Renewal Option to the Term Contract for Polyurethane Roof Foam and Coating for Citywide Facilities and Projects as requested by the Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities Department (Citywide) This contract provides a non-exclusive, pre-qualified list of four contractors to perform polyurethane foam and coating on various City facilities/projects on an as-needed basis. The pre-qualified contractors are eligible to competitively quote for City projects. The Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities Department and Purchasing recommend authorizing the renewal with Sprayfoam Southwest, Inc., dba Roofing Southwest; Foam Experts Roofing, Inc. (a Mesa business); Progressive Services, Inc., dba Progressive Roofing; and Tecta America Arizona. Projects quoted under this agreement will not exceed $500,000 annually.   Not available
19-0556 4-fContractThree-Year Term Contract with Two Years of Renewal Options for Playground and Parks Equipment for the Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities Department (PRCF) (Citywide) PRCF maintains 63 park sites that provide playground pieces, trash receptacles, bleachers, tables, players’ benches, basketball hoops, grills, etc. This contract will provide this equipment including installation and repairs to keep the City's parks sites safe and functional. The Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities Department and Purchasing recommend awarding the contract to the lowest, responsive, and responsible bidders: Dave Bang Associates, Inc.; PlaySpace Designs, Inc.; Miracle Recreation Equipment Company; Playcore Wisconsin, Inc., dba GameTime; and Arizona Recreation Design, Inc.; at $150,000 annually, with an annual increase allowance of up to 5%, or the adjusted Consumer Price Index.   Not available
19-0550 4-gContractPurchase of a Compressor (Addition) for the Police Department (Sole Source) (Citywide) The Police Department purchased the current compressor system less than a year ago. A full backup system is required for the Forensic Services Division to remain operational when performing maintenance and repairs. The Police Department and Purchasing recommend awarding the contract to the sole source vendor, Atlas Copco, at $77,138.72, based on estimated requirements.   Not available
19-0554 4-hContractOne-Year Renewal with a One-Year Renewal Option to the Term Contract for Glock Handguns for the Police Department (Citywide) In 2012, the Police Department selected the Glock handgun as the standard duty-issued pistol. These handguns are issued to academy classes and lateral officers. The annual contract amount provides capacity for additional weapons and replenishment inventory, as needed. The Police Department and Purchasing recommend authorizing the renewal with Proforce Marketing, Inc., dba Proforce Law Enforcement, at $80,000 annually, with an annual increase allowance of up to 5%, or the adjusted Producer Price Index.   Not available
19-0567 4-iContractPurchase of Nine Light-Duty Pickup Trucks (Seven Replacements and Two Additions) for Various City Departments as requested by the Fleet Services Department (Citywide) Six of the vehicles that are being replaced have met established criteria and will be either traded, auctioned, sold, or deployed to special uses as part of the City’s ongoing vehicle replacement program. One vehicle is being replaced for Gas Utility to replace a vehicle that was damaged beyond repair. One addition is to support the Water Resources Department’s daily operations. The other addition is for the Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities Department, Park Rangers staff. The Fleet Services, Water Resources, Energy Resources, and Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities Departments and Purchasing recommend authorizing the purchase from the existing contract with Larry H Miller Ford Mesa (formerly Berge Ford) (a Mesa business) at $320,581.97. This purchase is funded by the Vehicle Replacement Fund, Capital - Enterprise Fund, Capital - General Fund, and the Utility Replacement Extension and Renewal Fund.   Not available
19-0559 4-jContractOne-Year Term Contract with a One-Year Renewal Option for Refrigerated Liquid Carbon Dioxide for the Signal Butte Water Treatment Plant (SBWTP) as requested by the Water Resources Department (Citywide) This purchase of refrigerated liquid carbon dioxide is required for the treatment process at the SBWTP. The Water Resources Department and Purchasing recommend authorizing the purchase using the City of Tempe cooperative contract with Praxair, Inc., at $100,000 annually, with an annual increase allowance of up to 5%, or the adjusted Consumer Price Index.   Not available
19-0560 4-kContractOne-Year Renewal with a One-Year Renewal Option to the Term Contract for Sludge Screen Machine Rental for the Water Resources Department (Citywide) This contract provides the long-term rental of a sludge strain press unit at the Greenfield Water Reclamation Plant (GWRP). Phase Ill of the GWRP expansion project is still on-going and the permanent sludge press will not be installed and operational for at least six months. Water Resources will need to continue renting until such time the new machinery is operational. The Water Resources Department and Purchasing recommend authorizing the renewal with Huber Technology, Inc., at $134,956.80, for a one-year term. This purchase is 58% funded by the Towns of Gilbert and Queen Creek and 42% funded by the Enterprise Fund - Greenfield WRP Joint Venture.   Not available
19-0555 4-lContractThree-Year Term Contract with Two Years of Renewal Options for IDEXX Water Testing Reagents and Supplies for the Water Resources Department (Single Response) (Citywide) This contract will provide products and reagents to determine the presence or absence of total Coliform Bacteria and E. Coli in water samples. The City is required, under its drinking water permit, to collect and analyze water samples for total coliforms and E. coli, or be subject to fines and penalties. An evaluation committee recommends awarding the contract to the single and responsive proposal from IDEXX Distributors, Inc., at $55,000 annually, with an annual increase allowance of up to 5%, or the adjusted Consumer Price Index.   Not available
19-0552 4-mContractThree-Year Term Contract with Two Years of Renewal Options for Endress+Hauser Analytical Equipment and Supplies for the Water Resources Department (Single Response) (Citywide) The City currently owns and operates Endress+Hauser industrial automation equipment at the City's water and wastewater plants. This equipment is proprietary technology. An evaluation committee recommends awarding the contract to the single and responsive proposal from Endress+Hauser, Inc., at $100,000 annually, with an annual increase allowance of up to 5%, or the adjusted Consumer Price Index.   Not available
19-0577 4-nContractOne-Year Renewal with a One-Year Renewal Option to the Term Contract for Bronze Water Service Valves, Fittings, Fire Hydrants, and Repair Parts for the Materials and Supply Warehouse (for the Water Resources Department) (Citywide) This contract provides a variety of valves, fittings, fire hydrants and repair parts stocked in the Materials and Supply Warehouse for use by Water Resources, used for the maintenance of the City’s water distribution system and fire hydrants. Materials and Supply places orders on an as-needed basis. The Business Services Department and Purchasing recommend authorizing the renewal with Ferguson Enterprises Inc. dba Ferguson Waterworks; Core & Main LP (formerly HD Supply Waterworks, Ltd); Dana Kepner Co.; and Fullerform Systems Inc.; at $700,000 annually, with an annual increase allowance of up to 5% or the adjusted Producer Price Index.   Not available
19-0570 4-oContractOne-Year Term Contract with Two Years of Renewal Options for Two Master Job Order Contracts for Small Project Landscape Construction Services (Citywide) Job Order Master Contracts for small project landscape construction services includes renovations, repairs, demolition, and facility upgrades for small City landscaping improvement projects. Staff recommends the selections of AAA Landscape, and Genesis Landscape Solutions (a Mesa business) for small project landscape construction services. These contracts will allow for the issuance of multiple individual job orders with an approved limit of $100,000 per job order and a total contract value not to exceed $500,000 for each year of the contract, per contractor.   Not available
19-0569 4-pContractOne-Year Term Contract with Two Years of Renewal Options for Two Master Job Order Contracts for General Building Construction Services (Citywide) Job Order Master Contracts for general building construction services includes renovations and repairs, additions, demolition, and facility upgrades for City buildings and facilities. Staff recommends the selections of CORE Construction Inc. (a Mesa business), and SDB Contracting for general building construction services. These contracts allow for the issuance of multiple individual job orders with a not-to-exceed limit of $1,500,000 per job order and a total contract value not-to-exceed $5,000,000 for each year of the contract, per contractor.   Not available
19-0551 4-qContractPurchase of Coated Steel Pipe for Pipe Installation Projects for the Energy Resources Department (Citywide) This contract will provide coated steel pipe for the Southern and Stapley Utility Improvements Project, and the Skyline Road High Pressure Regulator Station for Energy Resources - Gas Utility. The Energy Resources Department and Purchasing recommend awarding the contract to the lowest, responsive, and responsible bidder, Consolidated Pipe & Supply, at $165,700, based on estimated requirements. This purchase is funded by authorized 2014 Gas Bonds.   Not available
19-0572 4-rContractRatification of the Emergency Purchase of Five Chassis for Medical Response and Transport Units for the Mesa Fire and Medical Department (Citywide) This emergency purchase is to secure five chassis for future use in Medical Response and Transport units for Mesa Fire and Medical Department. The needed purchase is due to an impending industry chassis shortage that, without an early 2019 model purchase would, result in a one-year delay in chassis delivery. The Mesa Fire and Medical Department and Purchasing recommend ratifying the purchase with Professional Sales & Service, L.C., at $247,869. This purchase is funded in the Capital - General Fund.   Not available
19-0519 5-aResolutionAuthorizing and supporting the submittal of a grant application by A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health to the Tohono O’odham Nation in the amount of $5,400, and authorizing the City Manager to accept and administer subsequent awarded funds as a pass-through grant.   Not available
19-0520 5-bResolutionAuthorizing and supporting the submittal of a grant application by Arizona Museum of Natural History Foundation to the Tohono O’odham Nation in the amount of $5,000, and authorizing the City Manager to accept and administer subsequent awarded funds as a pass-through grant.   Not available
19-0521 5-cResolutionAuthorizing and supporting the submittal of a grant application by Gene Lewis Boxing Club to the Tohono O’odham Nation in the amount of $7,500, and authorizing the City Manager to accept and administer subsequent awarded funds as a pass-through grant.   Not available
19-0522 5-dResolutionAuthorizing and supporting the submittal of a grant application by Junior Achievement of Arizona to the Tohono O’odham Nation in the amount of $5,000, and authorizing the City Manager to accept and administer subsequent awarded funds as a pass-through grant.   Not available
19-0523 5-eResolutionAuthorizing and supporting the submittal of a grant application by Paz de Cristo to the Tohono O’odham Nation in the amount of $20,000, and authorizing the City Manager to accept and administer subsequent awarded funds as a pass-through grant.   Not available
19-0524 5-fResolutionAuthorizing and supporting the submittal of a grant application by Save the Family Foundation of Arizona to the Tohono O’odham Nation in the amount of $10,000, and authorizing the City Manager to accept and administer subsequent awarded funds as a pass-through grant.   Not available
19-0525 5-gResolutionAuthorizing and supporting the submittal of a grant application by the Mesa Arts Center to the Tohono O’odham Nation in the amount of $20,000, and authorizing the City Manager to accept and administer subsequent awarded funds. The funds will be used for the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum’s Summer 2020 Exhibition, Inalienable. (Citywide)   Not available
19-0528 5-hResolutionAuthorizing and supporting the submittal of a grant application by the Mesa Fire and Medical Department to the Tohono O’odham Nation in the amount of $98,250, and authorizing the City Manager to accept and administer subsequent awarded funds. The funds will be used to replace the Department's outdated thermal imaging camera equipment with improved equipment. (Citywide)   Not available
19-0565 5-iResolutionExtinguishing a public utilities easement located at 3323 North Chestnut to accommodate the construction of an attached garage; requested by the property owner. (District 1)   Not available
19-0516 5-jResolutionZON19-00063 (District 6) Within the 10200 and 10300 blocks of East Pecos Road (south side). Located on the south side of Pecos Road, east of the Crismon Road alignment (19± acres). Site Plan Review. This request will allow for the development of an industrial facility. Sean Lake, Pew and Lake, PLC representing Old Dominion, ODFL Mesa, applicant; Williams Gateway Land Inv. LP/GFLP/ET AL, owner. Staff Recommendation: Approval with conditions P&Z Board Recommendation: Approval with conditions (Vote: 6-0)   Not available
19-0518 5-kResolutionApproving and authorizing the City Manager to enter into a Purchase and Sale Agreement and Escrow Instructions for the sale of approximately 132 acres of real property located at the northwest corner of Recker and Thomas Roads, and accepting the bid of $21,100,000, made by Desert Vista 101, LLC. (District 5)   Not available
19-0539 6-aOrdinanceANX19-00066 (District 5) Annexing property located north of University Drive and west of Ellsworth Road and adopting comparable zoning (13.07± acres). Initiated by Sean Lake, Pew & Lake, PLC.   Not available
19-0517 6-bOrdinanceZON19-00067 (District 5) Within the 400 to 600 blocks of North Ellsworth Road (west side) and within the 9000 to 9200 blocks of East Decatur Road (south side). Located north of University Drive, on the west side of Ellsworth Road (13.07± acres). Rezoning from RS-9 and RS-43 to RM-3-PAD; and Site Plan Review. This request will allow for development of a multi-residential use. Sean Lake, Pew & Lake, PLC, applicant; Ellsworth-University, LLC, owner. Staff Recommendation: Approval with conditions P&Z Board Recommendation: Approval with conditions (Vote: 6-0)   Not available
18-1335 7-aOrdinanceZON18-00066 (District 3) Ordinance. The 1000 through 1100 blocks of South Alma School Road (west side) and the 1200 through 1300 blocks of West Southern Avenue (north side). Located at the northwest corner of Alma School Road and Southern Avenue (16± acres). Rezoning from LC to RM-5 PAD for 10.5± acres. Rezoning from LC to LC-PAD for 5.5± acres; and Site Plan Review for 16± acres. This request will allow for the development of multi-residential and commercial uses. Adam Baugh, Withey Morris, PLC, applicant; WM Grace Development Co., ETAL, owner. Staff Recommendation: Approval with conditions P&Z Board Recommendation: Approval with conditions (Vote: 6-0)   Not available
19-0486 7-bOrdinanceAmending Sections 10-4-3 through 10-4-6 of the Mesa City Code to modify the boundaries of the current 35 mph speed limit on Main Street from Mesa Drive to Gilbert Road; to rescind the current 40 mph speed limit on Main Street from a point, 53 feet west of South Allen Street, to a point 211 feet east of Gilbert Road; and to correctly reflect existing boundaries of the current 45 and 30 mph speed limits on Main Street between Centennial Way/Sirrine and Gilbert Road, as recommended by the Transportation Advisory Board. (District 4)   Not available
19-0506 8-aOrdinanceANX18-00502 (District 6) Annexing property located north of Ray Road, east of Power Road (69.3± acres). Initiated by VIVO Partners, LLC.   Not available
19-0461 8-bOrdinanceZON18-00775 (District 6) Within the 4900 to 5200 blocks of South Power Road (east side). Located south of 202 San Tan Freeway on the east side of Power Road and north of Ray Road (58± acres). Rezone from AG to LC-AF-PAD; Council Use Permit to allow multi-residential, commercial entertainment, hotel, and college and commercial trade school uses in the AOA 1 and AOA 2 overflight areas in the LC District; and Site Plan Review. This request will allow for a mixed-use development. VIVO Partners, LLC, applicant; Arizona State Land Group, owner. Staff Recommendation: Approval with conditions P&Z Board Recommendation: Approval with conditions (Vote: 7-0)   Not available
19-0549 9-aSubdivision Plat“Eastmark DU 3/4 North Phase 2 and 3” (District 6) Within the 9800 through 9900 blocks of East Point Twenty-Two Boulevard (north side), within the 9400 through 9700 blocks of East Warner Road (south side), within the 4200 through 4600 blocks of South Eastmark Parkway (west side), and within the 4400 through 4700 blocks of South Inspirian Parkway (east side). Located north and east of Ellsworth and Ray Roads within the Eastmark Community; 487 PCD single residence lots (154± acres). DMB Mesa Proving Grounds, LLC, developer. Brian J. Diehl, Wood Patel, surveyor.   Not available
19-0548 9-bSubdivision Plat“Mesa Germann Business Park” (District 6) Within the 7200 through 7300 blocks of South Ellsworth Road (west side) and within the 9100 block of East Pecos Road (south side). Located south and west of Ellsworth and Pecos Roads; 5 LI lots (4.6± acres). Sunbelt Land Holdings, LP, developer; James A. Brucci, Hunter Engineering, surveyor.   Not available
19-0546 9-cSubdivision Plat“Map of Dedication for Crismon Road Extension” (District 6) Within the 3200 through 3400 blocks of South Crismon Road. Located north and east of Ellsworth and Elliot Roads (2.5 ± acres). Sunbelt Holdings, LP, developer; James A. Brucci, Hunter Engineering, surveyor.   Not available
19-0547 9-dSubdivision Plat“Map of Dedication for Elevate” (District 6) Within the 8900 block of East Germann Road (north side). Located west of Ellsworth Road, on the north side of Germann Road (4 acres). ETP Funding, LLC, developer; James A. Brucci, Hunter Engineering, surveyor.   Not available
19-0545 9-eSubdivision Plat“Aspire at Sun Valley Townhomes” (District 5) Within the 7500 block of East Billings Street (south side) and within the 100 to 200 block of North Sossaman Road (west side). Located on the west side of Sossaman Road, north of Main Street. 49 RM-2-PAD attached townhome lots (3.3 ± acres). Aspire Sun Valley, LLC, developer; Michael A. Banta, Westwood Professional Services, Inc., surveyor.   Not available
19-0593 9-fSubdivision Plat“Eastmark Development Units 3/4 Infrastructure for Commercial Parcels” (District 6) Within the 9200 through 9700 blocks of the East Warner Road alignment, within the 4200 through 4700 blocks of the South Inspirian Parkway alignment and within the 4000 through 4100 blocks of South Eastmark Parkway. Located north and east of Ellsworth and Ray Roads within the Eastmark Community (21.16± acres). DMB Mesa Proving Grounds, LLC, developer; Tony P. Elley, Sunrise Engineering, surveyor.   Not available
19-0594 9-gSubdivision Plat“Eastmark DU 3/4 Parcel 1” (District 6) Within the 9500 through 9800 blocks of East Point Twenty-Two Boulevard (north side), and within the 4600 through 4800 blocks of South Inspirian Parkway (west side). Located north and east of Ellsworth and Ray Roads within the Eastmark Community. 217 PCD single residence lots (62.25± acres). DMB Mesa Proving Grounds, LLC, developer; Brian J. Diehl, Wood Patel, surveyor.   Not available
19-0531 10-aResolutionTake action on the tentative adoption of the proposed FY 2019/2020 budget.   Not available
19-0301 11-aResolutionAdopting a pension funding policy and accepting the employer’s share of assets and liabilities under the Public Safety Personnel Retirement System as required by A.R.S. § 38-863.01. (Citywide)   Not available
19-0574 12-aPublic HearingConduct a public hearing.   Not available
19-0544 12-bResolutionA resolution approving the 2019 District Assessments for Mesa Town Center Improvement District No. 228. The proposed final assessments do not include any rate increases. (District 4)   Not available
19-0530 13-aPublic HearingConduct a public hearing.   Not available
19-0529 13-bResolutionA resolution approving a Five-Year Capital Improvement Program for fiscal years ending 2020-2024. (Citywide)   Not available