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Phoenix City Council Formal Agenda

Vice Mayor District 5

Betty Guardado

District 1 Thelda Williams

District 2 Jim Waring District 3 Debra Stark District 4 Laura Pastor District 6 Sal DiCiccio District 7 Michael Nowakowski District 8 Carlos Garcia

Online agendas and results available at www.phoenix.gov

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City Council Chambers 200 W. Jefferson St. Phoenix, AZ 85003

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CITY HALL WASHINGTON STREET JEFFERSON STREET 3R D AV E 1S T AV E CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS N :('1(6' < JUNE 24 PHOENIX CITY COUNCIL FORMAL AGENDA WELCOME Thank you for participating in the process of representative local government. We welcome your interest and hope you and your neighbors will often attend Phoenix City Council meetings. Democracy cannot endure without an informed and involved electorate.
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, streets, and historic

Phoenix operates under a Council-Manager form of local government. Policy is set by the Mayor and Council, and the City Manager, who is appointed by the Council, directs staff to carry out the policies. This separation of policy-making and policy administration is considered the most economical and efficient form of city government.

FORMAL CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS The Council generally holds formal meetings at 2:30 p.m. on Wednesdays to take official action on Ordinances, Resolutions, and other items on the agenda. Although the formal agenda is subject to change, all changes to the printed agenda will be available at least 24 hours prior to the meeting.Visit phoenix.gov/ cityclerk/publicmeetings to view the agenda and meeting schedule. The formal meeting may appear to proceed very quickly, with important decisions reached with little discussion. However, councilmembers receive the agenda the week prior to the meeting, giving them the opportunity to study every item and to ask questions of City staff members. If no additional information is presented at the meeting, action may be taken without discussion. HOW CITIZENS CAN PARTICIPATE Phoenix City Council meetings are live streamed on phoenix.gov and available to view on Phoenix Channel 11. For updated information on how residents can provide input on Council agenda items, please visit phoenix.gov/cityclerk/publicmeetings or call 602-262-6001.
Tagged Interests: ordinance, appointments, administrator, manager, and policy

For other questions involving the City, you are encouraged to contact your District councilmember at 602-262-7029 or the City Manager s Office at 602-262-4449. To reach the Mayor s Office, call 602-262-7111. We will do everything possible to be responsive to your individual requests.

REGISTERED LOBBYISTS

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Individuals paid to lobby on behalf of persons or organizations other than themselves must register with the City Clerk prior to lobbying or within five business days thereafter and must re-register annually. If you have any questions about registration or whether or not you must register, visit lobbyist.phoenix.gov or contact the City Clerk s Office at 602-256-3186.

ACCESSIBILITY For further information or reasonable accommodations, please call 602-256-3186 or Relay 7-1-1 as early as possible to coordinate needed arrangements.

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A VE . C.A.P. JOY RANCH RD. BEARDSLEY UNION HILLS SALT RIVER Jim Waring 602-262-7445 council.district.2 @phoenix.gov Sal DiCiccio 602-262-7491 council.district.6 @phoenix.gov Carlos Garcia 602-262-7493 council.district.8@phoenix.gov Michael Nowakowski 602-262-7492 council.district.7@phoenix.gov
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Betty Guardado 602-262-7446

council.district.5@phoenix.gov

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Laura Pastor 602-262-7447

council.district.4@phoenix.gov

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Debra Stark 602-262-7441

council.district.3@phoenix.gov Thelda Williams 602-262-7444 council.district.1@phoenix.gov Mayor Kate Gallego 602-262-7111 mayor.gallego@phoenix.gov

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City of Phoenix Council members and district boundaries

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City Council Formal Meeting Agenda Meeting Location:City Council Chambers

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200 W. Jefferson St. Phoenix, Arizona 85003

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phoenix.gov2:30 PMWednesday, June 24, 2020

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OPTIONS TO ACCESS THIS MEETING

- Watch the meeting live streamed on phoenix.gov or Phoenix Channel 11 on Cox Cable.

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Register online by visiting the City Council Meetings page on phoenix.gov at least 1 hour prior to the start of this meeting. Then, click on this link at the time of the meeting and join the Webex to speak

https://phoenixcitycouncil.webex.com/phoenixcitycouncil/onst age/g.php?MTID=e523b083f6aecf14b47e89afcee4b39ba Register via telephone at 602-262-6001 at least 1 hour prior to the start of this meeting, noting the item number. Then, use the Call-in phone number and Meeting ID listed above at the time of the meeting to call-in and speak.

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CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL

MINUTES OF MEETINGS

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For Approval or Correction, the Minutes of the Formal Meeting on June 26, 2019

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For Approval or Correction, the Minutes of the Formal Meeting on July 3, 2019

BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
Tagged Interests: boards and commissions

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Mayor and Council Appointments to Boards and Commissions

LIQUOR LICENSES, BINGO, AND OFF-TRACK BETTING LICENSE APPLICATIONS
Tagged Interests: alcohol, council, boards and commissions, appointments, gambling, and license

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Liquor License - Corner Express District 8 - Page 19

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Tagged Interests: alcohol and license

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Liquor License - Pho Laveen District 8 - Page 24

PAYMENT ORDINANCE (Ordinance S-46778) (Items 6-28)

Tagged Interests: alcohol, ordinance, and license

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Motorola Solutions, Inc.

Tagged Interests: Telecommunications and telecommunications

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Microception, Inc.

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Instant Armor, Inc.

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Safe Haven Defense, LLC

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FirstTwo, Inc.

11
State of Arizona, Arizona Department of Revenue

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City Treasurer - Annual Payment Authority

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Tagged Interests: Treasurer and TREASURER

13
United States Postal Services - Annual Payment Authority

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Tagged Interests: services

14
SAP Public Services, Inc. - Annual Payment Authority

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Tagged Interests: services, Public Works, and public works

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Various Vendors - Annual Utility Charges

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Tagged Interests: utility and Utility

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Arizona Municipal Water Users Association - Annual Payment Authorization

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Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, and water

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Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies - Annual Payment Authorization

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Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, and water

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American Water Works Association - Annual Payment Authorization

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Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, and water

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Water Research Foundation - Annual Payment Authority

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Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, water, and foundation

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Western Urban Water Coalition - Annual Payment Authority

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Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, and water

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Roosevelt Irrigation District

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Central Arizona Water Conservation District doing business as Central Arizona Project

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Tagged Interests: business, utility, Utility, water, and Conservation

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Central Arizona Water Conservation District, Doing Business As Central Arizona Project

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Tagged Interests: business, utility, Utility, water, and Conservation

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Salt River Project Agricultural Improvement and Power District doing business as SRP

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Tagged Interests: business, agriculture, and watershed

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Salt River Project Agricultural Improvement and Power District doing business as SRP

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Tagged Interests: business, agriculture, and watershed

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Salt River Valley Water Users' Association

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Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, water, and watershed

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Salt River Valley Water Users' Association

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Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, water, and watershed

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Salt River Valley Water Users' Association

ADMINISTRATION

Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, water, and watershed

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(CONTINUED FROM JUNE 17, 2020) - Confirmation from Transdev of its Joint Venture Partnership Structure with Regards to Fixed Route Transit Service for North and South Transit Facilities in the City of Phoenix

Citywide - Page 35

30
Request Authorization to Enter into Contract with the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence for COVID-19 Domestic Violence Assistance Services (Ordinance S-46805)

Citywide - Page 38

Tagged Interests: coronavirus, ordinance, contract, services, and domestic violence

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Request Authorization to Enter Into Contracts with The Society of St. Vincent de Paul and Justa Center for COVID-19 Heat Relief Services (Ordinance S-46816)

Citywide - Page 41

Tagged Interests: coronavirus, ordinance, contract, and services

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Request Authorization to Enter into Contract with Area Agency on Aging, Region One - COVID-19 (Ordinance S-46817)

Citywide - Page 43

Tagged Interests: coronavirus, ordinance, and contract

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Request Authorization to Enter into Contract with Community Legal Services - COVID-19 (Ordinance S-46811)

Citywide - Page 45

Tagged Interests: coronavirus, ordinance, legal, contract, and services

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Request Authorization to Enter Into a Contract with Crisis Response Network, Inc. for a Web-Based Emergency Shelter Availability Portal Due to COVID-19 Pandemic (Ordinance S-46798)

Citywide - Page 47

Tagged Interests: coronavirus, ordinance, contract, and emergency

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Authorization to Enter into Contract and Accept Emergency Assistance CARES Act Funding from Arizona Community Action Association dba Wildfire (Ordinance S-46799)

Citywide - Page 49

Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, contract, emergency, and poverty

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Approval to Apply for, Accept and Disburse Fiscal Year 2020-2021 Head Start Birth to Five and Early Head Start Child Care Partners Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act Funding (Ordinance S-46797)

Citywide - Page 51

Tagged Interests: coronavirus, funding, ordinance, preschool, security, Child Care, poverty, and family services

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CDBG Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Program - Sheltering in Place Coronavirus Prevention Request For Proposal Award (Ordinance S-46795)

Citywide - Page 53

Tagged Interests: coronavirus, ordinance, program, cdbg, and housing

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Reusable Face Masks and Hand Sanitizer (Ordinance S-46802)

Citywide - Page 55

Tagged Interests: coronavirus and ordinance

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Fleet-Related Maintenance Equipment, Supplies, Services, and Inventory Management - Sourcewell 061015 (Ordinance S-46779)

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, equipment, and services

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Motorola Solutions Inc Master Services Agreement (Ordinance S-46782)

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, Telecommunications, services, and telecommunications

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Wireless Communication Services, Accessories, and Equipment (Ordinance S-46785)

Tagged Interests: ordinance, equipment, services, communications, Communications, wireless, and Wireless

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Carrier and Broadband Provider Services - State of AZ Contract ADSPO14-00004241 (Ordinance S-46786)

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, contract, services, and Internet Access

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Authorization to Dispose City-Owned Property for Human Services and Water Services Departments (Ordinance S-46792)

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, utility, Utility, services, water, and property

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Automated Fingerprint Identification System - State of Arizona ADSPO13-038750 (Ordinance S-46800)

Tagged Interests: ordinance

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Heavy Equipment Rental - Arizona Department of Administration State Procurement Office - COOP 20-097 (Ordinance S-46809)

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, equipment, purchasing, and rental

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Traffic Signal Poles and Components - Maricopa County Department of Transportation Cooperative - COOP 20-083 (Ordinance S-46788)

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, transportation, pole, and traffic

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Grant of an Irrigation Easement to Salt River Project for Sunset Place at 67th Avenue and Broadway Road (Ordinance S-46794)

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Tagged Interests: road, grant, ordinance, streets, watershed, and easement

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Purchase of Property and Casualty Insurance Policies for the City of Phoenix (Ordinance S-46789)

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, insurance, purchasing, and property

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Pet Insurance - RFP HR 20-114

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Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, pets, and insurance

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Buy-Up Voluntary Vision Plan - RFP HR 20-108 (Ordinance S-46807)

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Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, ordinance, and strategic

Defined Contributions and Post Employment Health Plans - RFP HR 20-101 (Ordinance S-46814)

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Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, health, ordinance, and employment

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Interim Executives Services (Ordinance S-46812)

53 Professional Services for Mandatory Payment Card Industry Compliance (Ordinance S-46780)
Tagged Interests: ordinance, services, and compliance

54
Oracle Citywide Software and Hardware Maintenance and Support (Ordinance S-46787)

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, information technology, and Information Technology

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Lease and Power Usage Agreement for Data Center (Ordinance S-46783)

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Tagged Interests: ordinance and leasing

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Request for City Council to Call to Meet in Executive Session on Specific Dates through December 2020

Tagged Interests: council

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FY 2020-21 Legal Representation Services Contracts (Ordinance S-46815)

58 Intergovernmental Agreement with Arizona Department of Water Resources to Conduct a Multifamily Home Water Use Study (Ordinance S-46784)

Tagged Interests: ordinance, legal, utility, Utility, contract, services, water, and intergovernmental

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On-Site Training Services for Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) Operator Certification Program (Ordinance S-46791)

COMMUNITY SERVICES
Tagged Interests: ordinance, services, program, environment, and training

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Award for Redevelopment of Deck Park Vista Apartments (Ordinance S-46804)

Tagged Interests: ordinance and parks

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First Things First Family Resource Centers (Ordinance S-46819)

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Record Keeper Services for Deferred Compensation, Citywide - Page 77

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Request to Issue a Request for Proposals for ARIZONA@WORK City of Phoenix One-Stop Operator Services

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Authorization to Enter into Development Agreement with PennyMac Loan Services (Ordinance S-46808)

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, development, services, and Development

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Amend Business Terms for Phoenix Central Station at 300 N. Central Ave. (Ordinance S-46813)

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Tagged Interests: ordinance and business

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Issuance of Lease Revenue Bonds (ASU Preparatory Academy Project), Series 2020 (Resolution 21842)

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Tagged Interests: leasing and bond

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Approval of Grant for Neighborhood Cooling Initiative (Ordinance S-46818)

PUBLIC SAFETY

Tagged Interests: grant, ordinance, public safety, and neighborhood

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Request to Apply for and Accept Federal Fiscal Year 2019 Fire Prevention and Safety (FP S) Grant Program Funds (Ordinance S-46801)

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Tagged Interests: funding, grant, ordinance, and program

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Amend Ordinance with Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation to Authorize Exceptions to Phoenix Code Section 42-18 - Indemnification and Liability Provisions (Ordinance S-46810)

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Tagged Interests: ordinance

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Authorization to Apply for, Accept and Enter into Agreements for High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Grant Funds (Ordinance S-46803)

TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE

Tagged Interests: drugs, funding, grant, ordinance, and transportation

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Intergovernmental Agreement for Regional Transit System Support Services for City of Scottsdale (Ordinance S-46806)

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, Public Transit, services, and intergovernmental

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Purchase of Wild Land Fire Apparatus (Ordinance S-46796)

District 3 - Page 96 District 5 District 7 Citywide - Page 98 District 7 - Page 100 District 7 - Page 104 District 8 Citywide - Page 106 Citywide - Page 109 Citywide - Page 111 Citywide - Page 112 Citywide - Page 113 Citywide - Page 114 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Control District of Maricopa County for 27th Avenue and Olney Avenue Storm Drain Project (Ordinance S-46790)

Tagged Interests: ordinance, economic development, development, purchasing, and Development

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Development Agreement between City of Phoenix and GM Gabrych Family Limited Partnership for a Lift Station North of the Northwest Corner of Black Canyon Freeway and the Central Arizona Project Canal (Ordinance S-46781)

District 1 - Page 118
Tagged Interests: ordinance, development, watershed, and Development

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Weather Station for Tres Rios Wetlands (Ordinance S-46793)

District 7 - Page 120 PLANNING AND ZONING MATTERS

Tagged Interests: planning, ordinance, and zoning

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Final Plat - Harmony Cactus - PLAT 200526 - 25th Place and South of Cactus Road

District 3 - Page 121

Tagged Interests: road, streets, and zoning

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Abandonment of Easement - V190068A - 25322 N. 21st Ave. (Resolution 21839)

District 1 - Page 122

Tagged Interests: easement

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Abandonment of Right-of-Way - V190047A - Northeast Corner of 53rd Way and Calle Redonda (Resolution 21840)

District 6 - Page 123

Tagged Interests: right of way and RIGHT OF WAY

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Abandonment of Right-of-Way - V190065A - Southeast Corner of 16th Place and Rancho Drive (Resolution 21841)

District 6 - Page 124

Tagged Interests: right of way and RIGHT OF WAY

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Abandonment of Easement - ABND 200523 - 14201 S. Presario Trail (Resolution 21838)

District 6 - Page 125

Tagged Interests: trails and easement

80
Amend City Code - Ordinance Adoption - Rezoning Application Z-68-19-1 - Northeast Corner of 47th Avenue and Pinnacle Peak Road (Ordinance G-6713)

District 1 - Page 126

Tagged Interests: road, ordinance, streets, and zoning

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Amend City Code - Ordinance Adoption - Rezoning Application Z-2-20-7 - Approximately 220 Feet North of the Northeast Corner of 43rd Avenue and Vineyard Road (Ordinance G-6709)

District 7 - Page 134

Tagged Interests: road, ordinance, streets, agriculture, and zoning

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Amend Intergovernmental Agreement with Flood District 8 - Page 115

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Tagged Interests: flooding and intergovernmental

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Amend City Code - Ordinance Adoption - Rezoning Application Z-SP-2-20-8 - Northwest Corner of 25th Street and Broadway Road (Ordinance G-6710)

District 8 - Page 142

Tagged Interests: road, ordinance, streets, and zoning

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Amend City Code - Ordinance Adoption - Rezoning Application Z-67-19-8 - Approximately 900 Feet East of the Northeast Corner of 16th Street and Baseline Road (Ordinance G-6712)

District 8 - Page 150 84 Public Hearing and Resolution Adoption - General Plan Amendment GPA-NG-1-19-1 - Southwest Corner of I-17 and Dixileta Drive (Resolution 21843) District 1 - Page 160

Tagged Interests: road, ordinance, streets, zoning, and hearing

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Public Hearing - Amend City Code - Ordinance Adoption - Rezoning Application Z-31-19-1- Southwest Corner of I-17 and Dixileta Drive (Ordinance G-6714)

District 1 - Page 177 86 Public Hearing and Resolution Adoption - General Plan Amendment GPA-MV-1-19-5 - Northwest and Northeast Corners of Ball Park Boulevard and Camelback Road; and the Northwest Corner of 107th Avenue and Camelback Road (Resolution 21844) District 5 - Page 210

Tagged Interests: road, ordinance, streets, zoning, parks, and hearing

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Public Hearing - Amend City Code - Ordinance Adoption - Rezoning Application Z-69-19-5 - Approximately 315 Feet West of the Northwest Corner of Ball Park Boulevard and Camelback Road (Ordinance G-6711)

District 5 - Page 235

Tagged Interests: road, ordinance, streets, zoning, parks, and hearing

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(CONTINUED FROM JUNE 3, 2020) - Public Hearing - Amend City Code and Ordinance Adoption - Off-Premise Signs for Schools Text Amendment - Z-TA-1-19 (Ordinance G-6703)

Citywide - Page 283
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***REQUEST TO WITHDRAW (SEE ATTACHED MEMO)*** Public Hearing and Ordinance Adoption - Amend City Code - Rezoning Application PHO-1-19--Z-165-06-7(8) - Northwest Corner of 35th Avenue and Carver Road (Ordinance G-6708)

District 8 - Page 327 REPORTS FROM CITY MANAGER, COMMITTEES OR CITY OFFICIALS CITIZEN COMMENTS ADJOURN

Tagged Interests: road, ordinance, streets, zoning, hearing, administrator, and manager

Upon request, the City Clerk Department will make this publication available through appropriate auxiliary aids or services to accommodate an individual with a disability by calling the Council Support Section, 602-256-3186; faxing a request to 602-495-5847; or Relay 7-1-1.

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City Council Formal Meeting

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Report

Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 1

For Approval or Correction, the Minutes of the Formal Meeting on June 26, 2019

Summary This item transmits the minutes of the Formal Meeting of June 26, 2019, for review, correction and/or approval by the City Council. The minutes are available for review in the City Clerk Department, 200 W. Washington St., 15th Floor.

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Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Toni Maccarone and the City Clerk Department.

Tagged Interests: administrator and manager

City Council Formal Meeting

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 2

For Approval or Correction, the Minutes of the Formal Meeting on July 3, 2019

Summary This item transmits the minutes of the Formal Meeting of July 3, 2019, for review, correction and/or approval by the City Council. The minutes are available for review in the City Clerk Department, 200 W. Washington St., 15th Floor.

Tagged Interests: council

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Toni Maccarone and the City Clerk Department.

Tagged Interests: administrator and manager

City Council Formal Meeting

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 3 Mayor and Council Appointments to Boards and Commissions
Tagged Interests: council, boards and commissions, and appointments

Summary This item transmits recommendations from the Mayor and Council for appointment or reappointment to City Boards and Commissions.

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Responsible Department This item is submitted by the Mayor's Office.

ATTACHMENT A To: City Council Date: June 24, 2020 From: Mayor Kate Gallego
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Subject: BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS APPOINTEES

The purpose of this memo is to provide recommendations for appointments to the following Boards and Commissions:

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions and appointments

Citizens Transportation Commission

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions and transportation

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recommend the following individuals for reappointment:

Gail Knight Ms. Knight will serve her second full term to expire June 30, 2023. David Martin Mr. Martin will serve his second full term to expire June 30, 2023. Jennifer Mellor Ms. Mellor will serve her second full term to expire June 30, 2023. Rick Naimark Mr. Naimark will serve his second full term to expire June 30, 2023. Brookelynn Nisenbaum Ms. Nisenbaum will serve her first full term to expire June 30, 2023. Phil Pangrazio Mr. Pangrazio will serve his second full term to expire June 30, 2023.

Phoenix Business Workforce Development Board.

Tagged Interests: business, boards and commissions, development, Development, workforce development, and workforce

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recommend the following individual for appointment:

Edward Abramowitz Mr. Abramowitz is the Regional Workforce Manager at the Arizona Department of Economic Security. He replaces Alineth Gamero-Hernandez as the Title III Employment Services representative and will fulfill his term to expire June 30, 2022.
Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, appointments, security, services, employment, manager, and workforce

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recommend the following individuals for reappointment:

Daniel Barajas Mr. Barajas will serve his second term to expire June 30, 2023. Yolanda Bejarano Ms. Bejarano will serve her first full term to expire June 30, 2023. Steven Cramer Mr. Cramer will serve his first full term to expire June 30, 2023. Michael Hale Mr. Hale will serve his second term to expire June 30, 2023. Jesus Love Mr. Love will serve his second term to expire June 30, 2023. Janice Mrkonjic Ms. Mrkonjic will serve her first full term to expire June 30, 2023. Brandon Ramsey Mr. Ramsey will serve his first full term to expire June 30, 2023. Dean Van Kirk Mr. Van Kirk will serve his first full term to expire June 30, 2023.

Public Safety Personnel Retirement System Local Police Pension Board

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, retirement, personnel, public safety, and seniors

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recommend the following individual for reappointment:

Daren Wunderle Mr. Wunderle was re-elected to the PSPRS Local Police Pension Board to serve as a representative of sworn Police Department employees and is a Sergeant with the City of Phoenix Police Department. He will serve his first full term to expire on June 30, 2024.
Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, retirement, and public safety

Public Safety Personnel Retirement System Local Fire Pension Board

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, retirement, personnel, public safety, and seniors

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recommend the following individual for reappointment:

Benjamin Lindquist Mr. Lindquist was re-elected to the PSPRS Local Fire Pension Board to serve as a representative of sworn Fire Department employees and is a Captain with the City of Phoenix Fire Department. He will serve his first full term to expire on June 30, 2024.
Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, retirement, and fire departments and districts

Public Safety Personnel Retirement System Local Police Pension Board and Public Safety Personnel Retirement System Local Fire Pension Board

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, retirement, personnel, public safety, and seniors

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recommend the following individual for reappointment:

George Richards Mr. Richards is a resident of District 6 and will serve as a citizen representative for both Local Boards. He will serve his third term to expire on June 30, 2024.
Tagged Interests: boards and commissions

City Council Formal Meeting

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Tagged Interests: council

Report

Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 4 Liquor License - Corner Express Request for a liquor license. Arizona State License Application 109403. Summary Applicant Steven Oates, Agent
Tagged Interests: alcohol and license

License Type Series 10 - Beer and Wine Store

Location 3202 E. McDowell Road Zoning Classification: C-2 Council District: 8

Tagged Interests: road, alcohol, council, zoning, commercial, and license

This request is for a new liquor license for a convenience store that does not sell gas. This location was previously licensed for liquor sales and may currently operate with an interim permit.

The 60-day limit for processing this application is July 4, 2020. Pursuant to A.R.S. 4-203, a spirituous liquor license shall be issued only after satisfactory showing of the capability, qualifications and reliability of the applicant and that the public convenience and the best interest of the community will be substantially served by the issuance. If an application is filed for the issuance of a license for a location, that on the date the application is filed has a valid license of the same series issued at that location, there shall be a rebuttable presumption that the public convenience and best interest of the community at that location was established at the time the location was previously licensed. The presumption shall not apply once the licensed location has not been in use for more than 180 days. Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 4

Tagged Interests: alcohol, sale, commercial, and license

Other Active Liquor License Interest in Arizona This applicant does not hold an interest in any other active liquor license in the State of Arizona.

Public Opinion No protest or support letters were received within the 20-day public comment period.
Tagged Interests: alcohol and license

Applicant s Statement The applicant submitted the following statement in support of this application. Spelling, grammar and punctuation in the statement are shown exactly as written by the applicant on the City Questionnaire.

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have the capability, reliability and qualifications to hold a liquor license because: I am a productive and responsible individual with 40 yrs experience leading retail stores to success using integrity honesty.

The public convenience requires and the best interest of the community will be substantially served by the issuance of the liquor license because: I, and all employee's have been professionly train, and hold certificate, on safe willful handling and sales of beers wine. Serving the community with this training as a guide, will assist in the safety and well being of the public. Staff Recommendation Staff recommends approval of this application.
Tagged Interests: alcohol, sale, training, commercial, and license

Attachments Liquor License Data - Corner Express Liquor License Map - Corner Express

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Tagged Interests: alcohol and license

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Toni Maccarone and the City Clerk Department.

Liquor License Data: CORNER EXPRESS Liquor License Description Series 1 Mile 1/2 Mile Beer and Wine Bar 7 1 0
Tagged Interests: alcohol, administrator, manager, and license

Liquor Store 9 4 3

Beer and Wine Store 10 11 2 Restaurant 12 4 2 Crime Data Description Average * 1 Mile Average ** 1/2 Mile Average***
Tagged Interests: alcohol, restaurants, commercial, and crime

Property Crimes 36 97.16 98.51

Violent Crimes 6.26 24.78 22.50

Tagged Interests: property and crime

*Citywide average per square mile **Average per square mile within 1 mile radius ***Average per square mile within mile radius

Property Violation Data Description Average 1/2 Mile Average Parcels w/Violations 63 232 Total Violations 110 437
Tagged Interests: property

Census 2010 Data 1/2 Mile Radius

BlockGroup 2010 Population Owner Occupied Residential Vacancy Persons in Poverty

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions and poverty

1114011 2444 62 7 27

1114012 2000 67 23 29

1114022 2120 45 17 31

1115011 2020 44 16 43

1115022 2109 42 7 17

1115023 1245 32 14 50

1115024 1708 40 25 53

1135011 2332 25 12 55

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1135012 1738 41 26 36

1136011 1911 16 21 11

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1136012 1471 36 14 49

1136021 1061 49 11 53

Average 61 13 19

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City Clerk Department

Liquor License Map: CORNER EXPRESS 3202 E MCDOWELL RD

Tagged Interests: alcohol and license

Date: 5/8/2020 0 0.4 0.8 1.2 1.60.2 mi

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City Council Formal Meeting

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Report

Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 5 Liquor License - Pho Laveen Request for a liquor license. Arizona State License Application 102359. Summary
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Applicant Jenny Le, Agent

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License Type Series 12 - Restaurant

Location 3424 W. Southern Ave., Ste. 180 Zoning Classification: C-1 Council District: 8

Tagged Interests: council, restaurants, zoning, and license

This request is for a new liquor license for a restaurant. This location was previously licensed for liquor sales and may currently operate with an interim permit.

The 60-day limit for processing this application was May 11, 2020. However, the applicant submitted a written request for more time. Pursuant to A.R.S. 4-203, a spirituous liquor license shall be issued only after satisfactory showing of the capability, qualifications and reliability of the applicant and that the public convenience and the best interest of the community will be substantially served by the issuance. If an application is filed for the issuance of a license for a location, that on the date the application is filed has a valid license of the same series issued at that location, there shall be a rebuttable presumption that the public convenience and best interest of the community at that location was established at the time the location was previously licensed. The presumption shall not apply once the licensed location has not been in use for more than 180 days. Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 5

Tagged Interests: alcohol, sale, restaurants, and license

Other Active Liquor License Interest in Arizona This applicant does not hold an interest in any other active liquor license in the State of Arizona.

Public Opinion No protest or support letters were received within the 20-day public comment period.
Tagged Interests: alcohol and license

Applicant s Statement The applicant submitted the following statement in support of this application. Spelling, grammar and punctuation in the statement are shown exactly as written by the applicant on the City Questionnaire.

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I
have the capability, reliability and qualifications to hold a liquor license because: I have 15+ yrs of restaurant experience and have 2 restaurants (incl. Pho Laveen) with a liquor license that is current.

The public convenience requires and the best interest of the community will be substantially served by the issuance of the liquor license because: Pho Laveen will be another option for dining experience where they can enjoy a adult beverage with their meal. Staff Recommendation Staff recommends approval of this application.
Tagged Interests: alcohol, restaurants, and license

Attachments Liquor License Data - Pho Laveen Liquor License Map - Pho Laveen

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Tagged Interests: alcohol and license

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Toni Maccarone and the City Clerk Department.

Liquor License Data: PHO LAVEEN Liquor License Description Series 1 Mile 1/2 Mile Beer and Wine Bar 7 1 0 Liquor Store 9 2 1 Beer and Wine Store 10 4 2 Restaurant 12 3 2 Crime Data Description Average * 1 Mile Average ** 1/2 Mile Average*** Property Crimes 35.39 74.92 201.48 Violent Crimes 6.14 8.65 17.62
Tagged Interests: alcohol, restaurants, property, commercial, administrator, manager, license, and crime

*Citywide average per square mile **Average per square mile within 1 mile radius ***Average per square mile within mile radius

Property Violation Data Description Average 1/2 Mile Average Parcels w/Violations 64 68 Total Violations 113 107
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Census 2010 Data 1/2 Mile Radius

BlockGroup 2010 Population Owner Occupied Residential Vacancy Persons in Poverty 1155001 1999 69 0 45

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions and poverty

1155002 2124 66 4 27

1166063 2092 67 0 29

1166071 3124 41 13 14

1166121 2293 90 9 4

1166122 1483 77 0 17

Average 61 13 19

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City Clerk Department

Liquor License Map: PHO LAVEEN 3424 W SOUTHERN AVE

Tagged Interests: alcohol and license

Date: 3/18/2020 0 0.4 0.8 1.2 1.60.2 mi

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City Council Formal Meeting

Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item Nos. 6-28 PAYMENT ORDINANCE (Ordinance S-46778) (Items 6-28) Ordinance S-46778 is a request to authorize the City Controller to disburse funds, up to amounts indicated below, for the purpose of paying vendors, contractors, claimants and others, and providing additional payment authority under certain existing city contracts. This section also requests continuing payment authority, up to amounts indicated below, for the following contracts, contract extensions and/or bids awarded. As indicated below, some items below require payment pursuant to Phoenix City Code Section 42-13.

Tagged Interests: rfp, contractor, RFP, funding, ordinance, construction, council, and contract

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Motorola Solutions, Inc.

For 19,000.00 in payment authority for the Government Relations Department, Regional Wireless Cooperative (RWC) Division, as RWC Administrative Manager on behalf of all RWC Members, to purchase maintenance for encryption services, called the KMF (Key Management Facility), on RWC radios. The purchase will provide preventative software maintenance and support such as operational tests, repairs, and software updates for the KMF, across the RWC s network servers and workstations. The Key Management Facility (KMF) service is critical to maintaining the encryption security of the RWC radio network. Without it we would not have the maintenance support from the software manufacturers, which could leave the network vulnerable to interference or attack.
Tagged Interests: radio, facility, security, Telecommunications, services, purchasing, telecommunications, manager, wireless, information technology, Wireless, Enhanced 911, and Information Technology

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Microception, Inc.

For 16,600.00 in payment authority to purchase VideOversight Software and video equipment, consisting of: one year maintenance agreement, network video recorder, vandal/tamper resistant camera, microphone mixer kit, uninterruptible power supply, cables, connectors, and installation and labor expenses, for use in the interrogation rooms in the Professional Standards Bureau (PSB) of the Phoenix Police Department. Real-time monitoring and digital recording of interviews conducted at PSB will

Tagged Interests: equipment, public safety, purchasing, information technology, and Information Technology

City of Phoenix Printed on 6/18/2020

improve transparency and investigative quality while supporting the department's goal to increase trust within the community. By upgrading to audio and digital video monitoring, the investigations unit lieutenants will be able to actively monitor interviews in real-time to ensure the interview adheres to best practices to protect the Police Department from unnecessary liability.

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Tagged Interests: public safety

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Instant Armor, Inc.

For 40,005.00 in payment authority to purchase a National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Threat Level III Tactical Blanket System and accessories. The Tactical Support Bureau, Special Assignments Unit is requesting to purchase one NIJ 5-Panel TAC III Tactical Blanket System to provide a portable, modular ballistic cover. The system is designed to allow a tactical team to operate behind a ballistic cover during an active gun battle, typically in or around residential structures, while conducting the rescue of innocent members of our community or rescue those held as hostages. The system would be utilized on high risk events such as hostage rescue incidents, barricaded subjects, and active shooter incidents.
Tagged Interests: gun control, risk, events, purchasing, and Gun Control

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Safe Haven Defense, LLC

For 44,000.00 in payment authority to purchase 10 Ballistic Windshields for the Phoenix Police Department. Safe Haven Defense, LLC will provide and install ballistic windshields to the Special Assignments Unit vehicles. The windshields are designed to provide protection to officers during high risk situations, and limit exposure to lethal threats allowing for the safest resolution for both citizens and officers. The windshields would be utilized on high risk events such as hostage rescue incidents, barricaded subject, vehicle containment, and workplace/school active shooter incidents. The purchase is funded by the State Homeland Security Grant Program.
Tagged Interests: grant, security, public safety, risk, events, program, purchasing, and education

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FirstTwo, Inc.

For 9,900.00 in payment authority for the one-year purchase of an online platform for the Homeland Defense Bureau (HDB) of the Police Department. HDB responds to a variety of calls including search warrants, hostage/barricade situations, major fires, officer involved shootings, injured officer calls, and threats to law enforcement and public officials. The FirstTwo product is a powerful web application that compiles data from a variety of sources into a single online platform, using real-time information. This arms law enforcement and responders with the necessary intelligence, ensures appropriate response to incidents by allowing access to this critical information from any smart-device.
Tagged Interests: public safety and purchasing

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State of Arizona, Arizona Department of Revenue

For 4,328,423.00 for annual payment authority for Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) 150693 for the uniform administration, collection, audit and/or licensing of transaction privilege tax, use tax, severance tax, jet fuel excise and use taxes, and rental occupancy taxes imposed by the State, cities or towns for the Finance Department. Municipal Transaction Privilege Tax administration is governed by the Arizona Revised Statute 42-6001. The Statute was modified for the purpose of tax simplification with the passage of House Bill 2111 in 2013 and House Bill 2389 in 2014. The Statute requires Arizona Department of Revenue (DOR) to administer the transaction privilege and use taxes imposed by all cities and towns, to enter into an IGA with each city or town to reflect these changes, and to clearly define the working relationship between the DOR and Arizona cities and towns.

Tagged Interests: finance, taxes, Taxes, rental, audit, and intergovernmental

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City Treasurer - Annual Payment Authority

For 19,945,099.00 in payment authority on behalf of the Water Services Department for water charges of City departments from July 1, 2020, through June 30, 2021, as provided in the proposed annual operating budget for the Budget and Research Department.

Tagged Interests: budget, utility, Utility, services, water, Treasurer, and TREASURER

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United States Postal Services - Annual Payment Authority

For 3,295,552.00 in payment authority for metered and non-metered mail charges of the City departments from July 1, 2020, through June 30, 2021, as provided in the proposed annual operating budget for the Budget and Research Department.

Tagged Interests: budget and services

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SAP Public Services, Inc. - Annual Payment Authority

For 2,500,000.00 in annual payment authority for Contract 75108 for SAP support and maintenance services for the Finance Department. The service will provide continued support and maintenance of the citywide financial and procurement system through June 30, 2021, including ongoing and additional licensing as needed for system users.

Tagged Interests: finance, contract, services, purchasing, Public Works, and public works

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Various Vendors - Annual Utility Charges

For 70,918,704.00 in payment authority for electricity, water services, and gas charges of City departments for Arizona Public Service Company, Salt River Project, Salt River Valley Water Users' Association, and Southwest Gas Corporation from July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021, as provided in the proposed annual operating budget, for the Budget and Research Department.

Tagged Interests: budget, utility, Utility, services, water, and watershed

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Arizona Municipal Water Users Association - Annual Payment Authorization

For 454,748.00 in payment authority for membership renewal to the Arizona Municipal Water Users Association (AMWUA) for the Water Services Department. AMWUA supports the development of urban water policy and works collaboratively with water stakeholders to devise practical solutions to water problems to ensure sustainable growth for Arizona.

Tagged Interests: utility, development, Utility, services, water, Development, policy, and growth

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Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies - Annual Payment Authorization

For 12,000.00 in payment authority for membership renewal to the Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies for the Water Services Department. The Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies conducts financial surveys across the major utilities in the country which allows Water Services to benchmark its performance on various issues. The Association also advocates at the federal level for the use of science-based drinking water quality standards.

Tagged Interests: finance, utility, Utility, services, performance, and water

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American Water Works Association - Annual Payment Authorization

For 23,570.00 in payment authority for membership renewal to the American Water Works Association for the Water Services Department. American Water Works Association develops most of the standards and specifications used in the drinking water industry. Membership allows access to these standards, as well as current water industry research reports, professional training opportunities, public outreach efforts, access to a network of industry leaders, and ongoing updates regarding regulatory issues.

Tagged Interests: regulation, utility, Utility, services, water, and training

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Water Research Foundation - Annual Payment Authority

For 265,090.00 in payment authority to the Water Research Foundation for the Water Services Department. The Water Research Foundation sponsors research to assist water utilities in providing safe and affordable drinking water. Membership in this organization allows Water Services staff access to the latest research and technical information used to address drinking water, wastewater, and water reclamation issues.

Tagged Interests: sewer, utility, Utility, services, water, and foundation

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Western Urban Water Coalition - Annual Payment Authority

For 35,000.00 in payment authority for membership renewal to the Western Urban Water Coalition (WUWC) for the Water Services Department. The WUWC is an organization of the western United States' largest urban water utilities. The membership helps secure sound national water policies, programs, and regulations impacting the unique challenges facing urban water supplies in the West.

Tagged Interests: regulation, utility, Utility, services, program, and water

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Roosevelt Irrigation District

For 1,100,000.00 in payment authority for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 water rights settlement claim costs for Contract 54170, for the Water Services Department (WSD). In 1998, the City of Phoenix entered into a comprehensive settlement agreement with Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC), and others, to settle SRPMIC water rights claims. Part of that settlement included an ongoing three-way water exchange among the City of Phoenix, Salt River Project and the Roosevelt Irrigation District. The City of Phoenix is responsible to pay a portion of costs associated with the ongoing annual exchange.

Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, contract, services, water, watershed, and settlement

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Central Arizona Water Conservation District doing business as Central Arizona Project

For 43,000,000.00 in payment authority for Contract 132409 and Contract 108079 for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 for delivery of Colorado River water to the City of Phoenix for the Water Services Department. The agreement provides irrigation, municipal, and industrial water to the Phoenix service area.

Tagged Interests: business, utility, industrial, Utility, contract, services, water, Conservation, and watershed

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Central Arizona Water Conservation District, Doing Business As Central Arizona Project

For 6,252,912.00 in additional payment authority for Contract 108079 with Central Arizona Project (CAP) for payment of the capital charges related to the Hohokam Non-Indian Agriculture CAP subcontract for the years 2017 through 2020 due to an accounting oversight by CAP. The 5,052,912.00 will be paid in Fiscal Year 2019-2020 and the remaining 1,200,000.00 would be paid in Fiscal Year 2020-2021. The agreement provides municipal and industrial water supplies to areas within the Phoenix Water Service Area served with Colorado River water.

Tagged Interests: business, agriculture, utility, industrial, Utility, contract, water, Conservation, and watershed

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Salt River Project Agricultural Improvement and Power District doing business as SRP

For 80,000.00 in payment authority for Contract 53453 for operation and maintenance of the Central Arizona Project Salt River Project interconnection facility for the Water Services Department. The Intergovernmental Agreement between the Salt River Valley Water Users' Association, the Salt River Project Agricultural Improvement and Power District, cities of Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, Mesa, Peoria, Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Tempe allows the City of Phoenix to transport water from the Central Arizona Project aqueduct to the Granite Reef Dam. The Water Services Department is responsible for 38.425 percent of the operating and maintenance expenses for Fiscal Year 2020-2021.

Tagged Interests: business, facility, agriculture, utility, Utility, contract, services, water, watershed, and intergovernmental

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Salt River Project Agricultural Improvement and Power District doing business as SRP

For 300,000.00 in payment authority for Contract 63846 for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 for annual operation and maintenance costs for the Granite Reef Underground Storage Project (GRUSP) for the Water Services Department. GRUSP operates under an Intergovernmental Agreement between SRP and the cities of Chandler, Gilbert, Phoenix, Mesa, Scottsdale, and Tempe. Phoenix owns 25.755 percent of the underground water storage capacity of GRUSP and pays its proportional share of GRUSP costs.

Tagged Interests: business, agriculture, utility, Utility, contract, services, water, watershed, and intergovernmental

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Salt River Valley Water Users' Association

For 4,500,000.00 in payment authority for Contract 100353 for water delivery and use agreement with the Salt River Valley Water Users' Association (Association) to provide wholesale water for resale by the Water Services Department within the Salt River Reservoir District for Fiscal Year 2020-2021. The water delivered to the City by the Association from the Salt and Verde Rivers represents approximately 60 percent of the City's water supply.

Tagged Interests: utility, Utility, contract, services, water, and watershed

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Salt River Valley Water Users' Association

For 600,000.00 in additional payment authority for Contract 59580 for the Water Transportation Agreement to transfer water from the Salt River Valley Water Users Association (Association) to the City and for Salt and Verde Rivers water delivery pursuant to water rights held by the City for Fiscal Year 2019-2020 for the Water Services Department (WSD). WSD treats and delivers water for lands within the Salt River Reservoir District which have rights to water stored and developed by the Association. Phoenix also has an agreement with the City of Avondale to store Colorado River water for future use by the City. The water is transferred through the Central Arizona Project Salt River Project Interconnection Facility to systems operated by the Association. The transportation of this water by the Association incurs a Canal Transportation Fee of 37.50 per Acre-foot (AF) and a Lateral Transportation Fee of 10 per AF. The fees are billed by the Association under Contract 59580. The fees were included in the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Capital Improvement Budget but were not included in the original continuing payment ordinance. The fees will be included in the payment ordinance request for Fiscal Year 2020-2021.

Tagged Interests: impact fee, ordinance, facility, budget, utility, capital spending, Utility, contract, Capital Spending, transportation, services, water, watershed, and commercial

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Salt River Valley Water Users' Association

For 120,000.00 in payment authority for Agreement 107647 for delivery, ordering, accounting and reporting of the Peninsula - Horowitz Water Entitlement for Fiscal Year 2020-2021 for the Water Services Department. Peninsula, Horowitz, and Champion Irrigation Districts are located in the southwest portion of the city of Phoenix and are in the initial stages of conversion from farm land to urban usage. Under the agreement, the City receives water from the Salt River Valley Water Users' Association, treats it, and delivers it to urban customers within these irrigation districts.

Tagged Interests: agriculture, utility, Utility, services, water, and watershed

City Council Formal Meeting

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Report

Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 29 (CONTINUED FROM JUNE 17, 2020) - Confirmation from Transdev of its Joint Venture Partnership Structure with Regards to Fixed Route Transit Service for North and South Transit Facilities in the City of Phoenix Vice Mayor Betty Guardado and Councilmembers Sal DiCiccio and Michael Nowakowski requested the City Manager place an item on the June 17, 2020 Formal agenda for Confirmation from Transdev of its Joint Venture Partnership Structure with regards to Fixed Route Transit Service for North and South Transit Facilities in the City of Phoenix (Attachment A). This complies with the Rules of Council Proceedings, Council Rule 2c, regarding placement of items on an agenda.
Tagged Interests: council, administrator, and manager

Responsible Department This item is submitted by the City Manager's Office.

ATTACHMENT A ATTACHMENT B
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City Council Formal Meeting

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Report

Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 30 Request Authorization to Enter into Contract with the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence for COVID-19 Domestic Violence Assistance Services (Ordinance S-46805) Request authorization for the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into contract with the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence (ACESDV) to provide domestic violence assistance services for victims impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. ACESDV will subcontract and disburse funding to the following five shelters in the City of Phoenix: Chicanos Por La Causa, Chrysalis Shelter for Victims of Domestic Violence, DOVES (Area Agency on Aging), Shelter Without Walls (Jewish Family and Children's Services) and Sojourner Center. The term of the contract will be from June 30, 2020 through Dec. 30, 2020, with an aggregate amount not to exceed 1,090,000. Further request the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item. One-time funding is provided through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. There is no impact to the General Fund.
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, funding, ordinance, security, contract, services, administrator, manager, and domestic violence

Summary As a result of COVID-19, domestic violence shelters in Phoenix have found it to be increasingly difficult to provide services during the pandemic. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Phoenix Human Services Department developed a plan to work with the ACESDV on addressing the needs of local domestic violence shelters and their survivors. This plan will provide assistance which will offset increased costs associated with COVID-19. The plan addresses the following:

Sanitation supplies for staff and clients. Infrastructure assistance regarding social distancing, technology services and personal protective equipment needs. Transportation and food assistance for those residing in domestic violence shelters. This plan is aligned with the City Manager's guiding principles and strategic plan to deploy CARES Act funding. Each agency listed will be responsible for the following:
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, funding, equipment, strategic, solid waste, transportation, services, Technology, technology, administrator, manager, and domestic violence

Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence (ACESDV) - Will provide financial support by distributing funds to the five shelters. ACESDV will also utilize

Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 30 funds for infrastructure needs to meet COVID-19 safety guidelines and assist victims in need of transportation assistance. Chicanos Por La Causa (CPLC) - Will provide food assistance to families and sanitation supplies to families and staff. CPLC will purchase laptops for families, as a result of the closure of schools due to COVID-19. Funds will also be utilized for infrastructure assistance to comply with COVID-19 safety guidelines in the shelter, along with deep cleaning assistance to keep the property properly sanitized.

Tagged Interests: coronavirus, funding, finance, solid waste, transportation, purchasing, property, education, and domestic violence

Chrysalis Shelter for Victims of Domestic Violence - Will provide technology assistance to aid families and students with laptops and upgraded software as a result of school closures due to COVID-19. Funds will also be utilized for infrastructure assistance to meet COVID-19 safety guidelines in their facilities. Funding will also provide Chrysalis with cleaning supplies and deep cleaning assistance to ensure the properties are properly sanitized. Additionally, Chrysalis will provide crisis response counselors to address trauma caused by COVID-19.

Tagged Interests: coronavirus, funding, Technology, technology, education, information technology, School Consolidation, domestic violence, students, and Information Technology

DOVES (Area Agency on Aging) - Provides shelter for the elderly, and will utilize funding to assist with emergency supplies, such as medications, sanitizers and food. Transportation assistance will also be provided for necessary medical appointments. In addition, funding will also be utilized for infrastructure assistance to address the needed changes associated with COVID-19 safety guidelines.

Shelter Without Walls (Jewish Family and Children's Services) - Funding allocated to Shelter Without Walls will be for necessary COVID-19 related supplies, such as sanitizers and personal protective equipment. Transportation assistance and emergency food assistance will be provided for those clients in need. Sojourner Center - Funding will be utilized to assist with necessary infrastructure changes for COVID-19 compliance. Sojourner Center will provide emergency transportation and food assistance services. Sojourner Center is the only shelter which allows pets for victims of domestic violence. Therefore, pet needs will also be eligible for assistance. Deep cleaning assistance will also be provided to keep their property properly sanitized. Procurement Information Services may be procured, as needed, by utilizing procurement in accordance with Administrative Regulation 3.10 to implement and administer programs intended to prevent, prepare for and respond to the COVID-19 national pandemic. The City of Phoenix has obtained or will obtain all necessary federal waivers to ensure compliance with federal procurement guidelines. Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 30
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, funding, regulation, equipment, boards and commissions, appointments, pets, transportation, services, program, emergency, purchasing, property, compliance, and domestic violence

Contract Term The term of the contract will begin June 30, 2020 through Dec. 31, 2020. This contract may be extended based on continuous need and available funding, which may be exercised by the City Manager or designee.

Tagged Interests: funding, contract, administrator, and manager

Financial Impact The aggregate value of the contract shall not exceed 1,090,000. There is no impact to the General Fund. One-time funding is provided through the CARES Act. ACESDV will receive all funding and disburse to subcontractors as follows:

ACESDV 35,000 Chicanos Por La Causa 140,000 Chrysalis 530,000 DOVES 100,000 Shelter Without Walls 25,000 Sojourner 260,000
Tagged Interests: contractor, funding, construction, finance, and contract

Concurrence/Previous Council Action City Council approved the Domestic Violence Assistance Plan at the June 2, 2020 Policy meeting. In the plan, DOVES had been allocated 25,000. In order to assist with infrastructure needs, City staff are requesting to add an additional 75,000 to this contract. The additional 75,000 has been included in the aggregate amount of 1,090,000.

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Tagged Interests: council, contract, policy, and domestic violence

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Assistant City Manager Deanna Jonovich and the Human Services Department.

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City Council Formal Meeting

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 31 Request Authorization to Enter Into Contracts with The Society of St. Vincent de Paul and Justa Center for COVID-19 Heat Relief Services (Ordinance S-46816) Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into contracts with The Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SVdP) and Justa Center to provide heat relief service for individuals experiencing homelessness. Contracts will be executed on or about June 20, 2020 and will end Sept. 30, 2020. The aggregate value of the contract with SVdP will not exceed 300,000 and the aggregate value of the contract with Justa Center will not exceed 135,000. Further request authorization for the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item. Funding is provided through one-time Coronavirus Relief Funds.
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, funding, ordinance, contract, services, administrator, and manager

Summary As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the majority of heat relief locations have been closed which leaves the most vulnerable out in the sun all day. Heat relief provides refuge and access to water.

Tagged Interests: coronavirus, utility, Utility, and water

SVdP is an international non-profit agency serving those in need, with Phoenix being home to the largest SVdP in the world. SVdP will place a shade structure, misters and swamp coolers at three locations: the Human Services Campus dining hall, SVdP Sunnyslope dining room, and SVdP Watkins Campus. SVdP increased staff at the Human Services Campus dining hall for heat relief services with proper social distancing to comply with COVID-19 safety guidelines. SVdP will also provide food delivery of lunch and dinner to the Heat Respite Center at the Phoenix Convention Center. Justa Center provides life-sustaining resources, services and support to assist homeless seniors on their path to housing and supportive services. Justa Center will place a shade structure with a generator on the agency's back parking lot with increased staff to offer case management services with proper social distancing to comply with the COVID-19 safety guidelines.

Procurement Information Services may be procured, as needed, by utilizing procurement in accordance with Administrative Regulation 3.10 to implement and administer programs intended to prevent, prepare for and respond to the COVID-19 national pandemic. The City of Phoenix has obtained or will obtain all necessary federal waivers to ensure compliance Page 41 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 31 with federal procurement guidelines. Contract Term The contracts will be executed on or about June 20, 2020 and will end Sept. 30, 2020. These contract may be extended based on continuous need and available funding, which may be exercised by the City Manager or designee.

Tagged Interests: nonprofit, coronavirus, funding, regulation, contract, seniors, services, program, purchasing, conventions, administrator, compliance, manager, parking, homeless, and housing

Financial Impact The funding breakdown is as follows: The Society of St. Vincent de Paul: 300,000 Justa Center: 135,000

The aggregate value for both contracts shall not exceed 435,000. There is no impact to the General Fund. Funding will be provided through one-time Coronavirus Relief Funds.

Tagged Interests: coronavirus, funding, finance, and contract

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Assistant City Manager Deanna Jonovich and the Human Services Department.

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City Council Formal Meeting

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 32 Request Authorization to Enter into Contract with Area Agency on Aging, Region One - COVID-19 (Ordinance S-46817) Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into contract with Area Agency on Aging, Region One, for 700,000 to develop and deliver two programs designed to ensure safety, well-being and reduce social isolation of Phoenix senior residents. The term of this contract will begin on or about July 1, 2020 through Dec. 30, 2020. Further request authorization for the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item. There is no impact to the General Fund. One-time funding is provided through the Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act and is to be expended by Dec. 30, 2020. Summary In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Phoenix senior residents have substantially limited their access to routine service supports such as grocery shopping, banking, medical services, and family engagements. As a result, seniors are fearful to leave their homes, have become more isolated, and may be neglecting their health and wellness. Many older adults are unable to afford delivery fees associated with commercial grocery home delivery programs or lack computer hardware and/or computer literacy skills to complete online orders. Area Agency on Aging, Region One offers a large variety of programs and services that enhance the quality of life for residents of Phoenix. Their mission is to partner with the community to foster innovative programs and services to enrich the life for older adults, caregivers and diverse populations. Area Agency on Aging proposes to create a Goods to Home program that will provide personalized assistance to elderly individuals to ensure uninterrupted receipt of needed hygiene and household products, pharmacy services and grocery items through available on-line systems with selected home delivery service partners. In addition, Area Agency on Aging proposes to expand the agency's Telephone Reassurance Program to create new opportunities for social interaction through scheduled personal weekly telephonic calls to older individuals identified to be at risk from social isolation due to COVID-19. Procurement Information Services may be procured, as needed, by utilizing procurement in accordance with Page 43 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 32 Administrative Regulation 3.10 to implement and administer programs intended to prevent, prepare for and respond to the COVID-19 national pandemic. The City of Phoenix has obtained any and all necessary federal waivers to alleviate the need to comply with federal procurement guidelines.
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, impact fee, funding, health, regulation, ordinance, grocery, security, contract, seniors, risk, services, program, purchasing, pharmacy, commercial, administrator, manager, and literacy

Contract Term The term of the Area Agency on Aging, Region One contract will begin on or about July 1, 2020 through Dec. 30, 2020. This contract may be extended based on continuous need and available funding, which may be exercised by the City Manager or designee.

Tagged Interests: funding, contract, administrator, and manager

Financial Impact One time funding for this contract is provided through the CARES Act. There is no impact to the General Fund.

Tagged Interests: funding, finance, and contract

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Assistant City Manager Deanna Jonovich and the Human Services Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 33 Request Authorization to Enter into Contract with Community Legal Services - COVID-19 (Ordinance S-46811) Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into contract with Community Legal Services in an amount not to exceed 850,000 to provide education and legal assistance to Phoenix tenants facing eviction proceedings through local Justice Courts. The term of this contract will begin on or about July 1, 2020 through Dec. 30, 2020. Further request authorization for the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item. One-time funding is provided through the Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act and is to be expended by Dec. 30, 2020. There is no impact to the General Fund. Summary In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Maricopa County is now ranked fourth in the nation for the number of evictions filed and granted each year. Community Legal Services is uniquely positioned to serve Phoenix tenants most likely to receive an eviction notice. Tenants facing eviction are often low income, struggling to pay other bills, and challenged with navigating the Arizona Residential Landlord and Tenant Act. The City of Phoenix Human Services Department (HSD) houses the Landlord and Tenant program which provides education to Phoenix tenants and landlords, but additional assistance and advocacy is needed to improve legal outcomes for households facing eviction. Community Legal Services does not charge a fee for their legal assistance, has an established relationship with the Phoenix Justice Courts, and has considerable familiarity with working with disadvantaged and vulnerable populations. Community Legal Services will partner with HSD landlord/tenant counselors to provide more comprehensive services to tenants facing eviction, up to and including financial assistance with rent and utility payments. Procurement Information Services may be procured, as needed, by utilizing procurement in accordance with Administrative Regulation 3.10 to implement and administer programs intended to prevent, prepare for and respond to the COVID-19 national pandemic. The City of Phoenix has obtained or will obtain all necessary federal waivers to ensure compliance with federal procurement guidelines. Page 45 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 33
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, funding, grant, regulation, ordinance, finance, legal, utility, security, Utility, contract, services, program, purchasing, rental, administrator, compliance, manager, education, court, and housing

Contract Term The term of the Community Legal Services contract will begin on or about July 1, 2020 through Dec. 30, 2020. This contract may be extended based on continuous need and available funding, which may be exercised by the City Manager or designee.

Tagged Interests: funding, legal, contract, services, administrator, and manager

Financial Impact One-time funding for the contract is provided through the CARES Act. There is no impact to the General Fund.

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Responsible Department This item is submitted by Assistant City Manager Deanna Jonovich and the Human Services Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 34 Request Authorization to Enter Into a Contract with Crisis Response Network, Inc. for a Web-Based Emergency Shelter Availability Portal Due to COVID-19 Pandemic (Ordinance S-46798) Request authorization for the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into contract with Crisis Response Network, Inc. (CRN) to design, develop and maintain a web-based emergency shelter availability portal to identify up-to-date shelter accessibility within Maricopa County. The Phoenix Police Department will be the primary group to access the portal. The term of the contract will begin on or about June 9, 2020 through June 30, 2021, with the option to extend through Aug. 31, 2022. The aggregate amount will not exceed 200,000. Further request authorization for the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item. One-time funding is provided through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Development Block Grant funding. Summary The City of Phoenix Human Services and Police departments have joined efforts to address the increase of homelessness due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Human Services has been tasked to secure a web-based portal to track available shelter for individuals and families experiencing homelessness due to COVID-19. CRN will design, develop and maintain a web-based portal to identify accurate and up-to-date emergency shelter availability (including general and emergency shelter, COVID-19 Person Under Investigation, Isolation, and Quarantine Beds) throughout Maricopa County. Accurate shelter availability will aid in the coordination of service for persons experiencing homelessness, prevent the spread of COVID-19, provide easier access to shelter for highly vulnerable populations at risk of death due to COVID-19, and provide necessary documentation for the City of Phoenix. The online emergency shelter availability portal also will allow for better coordination of shelter availability for those experiencing homelessness. Procurement Information Services may be procured, as needed, by using procurement in accordance with Administrative Regulation 3.10 to implement and administer programs intended to prevent, prepare for and respond to the COVID-19 national pandemic. The City of Phoenix has or will obtain any and all necessary federal waivers to alleviate the need Page 47 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 34 to comply with federal procurement guidelines.
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, funding, grant, regulation, ordinance, development, contract, public safety, risk, services, program, emergency, purchasing, Development, administrator, manager, cdbg, community development, and housing

Contract Term The term of this contract will begin on or about June 9, 2020 through June 30, 2021, with one option to extend through Aug. 31, 2022. This contract may be extended based on continuous need and available funding, which may be exercised by the City Manager or designee.

Tagged Interests: funding, contract, administrator, and manager

Financial Impact The aggregate value of this agreement shall not exceed 200,000. There is no impact to the General Fund. Funding will be provided with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Community Development Block Grant funding.

Tagged Interests: funding, grant, finance, development, Development, cdbg, community development, and housing

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Assistant City Managers Deanna Jonovich and Milton Dohoney, Jr. and the Human Services and Police departments.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 35 Authorization to Enter into Contract and Accept Emergency Assistance CARES Act Funding from Arizona Community Action Association dba Wildfire (Ordinance S-46799) Request authorization for the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into a contract and accept emergency assistance Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding from the Arizona Community Action Association dba Wildfire (Wildfire) in the amount of 2,000,000 for the period of June 1, 2020 through Dec. 30, 2020. Further request authorization for the City Treasurer to accept, and the City Controller to disburse, all funds related to these items. There is no impact to the General Fund.
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, funding, ordinance, security, contract, emergency, Treasurer, administrator, manager, TREASURER, and poverty

Summary The first draft of a strategic plan for the City of Phoenix's 293 million Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) was updated based on discussion at a City Council Policy Session held April 30, 2020. Federal guidance relative to the CRF allows funds to cover the following: 1) costs incurred due to the COVID-19 public health emergency; 2) costs that were not accounted for in the budget adopted before March 2020; and 3) costs incurred between March 1, 2020 and Dec. 30, 2020.

On May 5, 2020, City Council provided further direction on a strategy, proposed resource allocation, program development, and timing implementation for a utility and rent/mortgage assistance program for residents impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The intent of the residential utility and rent/mortgage assistance program is to reduce the economic burden on residents due to the COVID-19 downturn. This program may also focus on vulnerable populations, in an effort to ensure barriers and obstacles to these critical services are removed and can be accessed in a more streamlined fashion. The program is aligned with the City Manager s guiding principles and strategic plan to deploy CRF. As such, staff recommended awarding 22 million to Wildfire due to its ability to provide utility, rent and mortgage assistance services of this scope and scale during this state of emergency through its existing network. As the designated Community Action Agency for the City of Phoenix, the Human Service Department was, in turn, awarded 2 million by Wildfire to administer utility, rent and mortgage assistance to Page 49 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 35 individuals and families impacted directly by the COVID-19 pandemic. Households eligible to receive assistance must be able to document that their current financial hardship is due to COVID-19. The flexibility of the CARES Act funding will allow the City of Phoenix to reach a broader spectrum of Phoenix residents and reduce the impact of COVID-19.
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, funding, health, finance, council, strategic, budget, utility, development, Utility, Telecommunications, services, program, emergency, telecommunications, Development, administrator, manager, policy, and poverty

Contract Term The term of the contract will begin June 1, 2020 through Dec. 30, 2020 and may be extended based on continuous need and available funding. Any extension term may be exercised by the City Manager or his designee.

Tagged Interests: funding, contract, administrator, and manager

Financial Impact There is no impact to the General Fund.

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Responsible Department This item is submitted by Assistant City Manager Deanna Jonovich and the Human Services Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 36 Approval to Apply for, Accept and Disburse Fiscal Year 2020-2021 Head Start Birth to Five and Early Head Start Child Care Partners Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act Funding (Ordinance S-46797) Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to apply for, accept, and, if awarded, enter into any necessary agreements for the Head Start Birth to Five and Child Care Partnership grants in the amount of 3,032,765. Further request authorization for the City Treasurer to accept, and the City Controller to disburse, all funds related to this item. One-time funding is provided through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. There is no impact to the General Fund. Summary The Office of Head Start received 750,000,000 as a portion of the CARES Act and has allocated a portion of those funds to the City of Phoenix, as the Grantee, to use in the prevention, preparation and response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, funding, grant, ordinance, preschool, security, Treasurer, administrator, manager, TREASURER, Child Care, poverty, and family services

For preschool, the Education Service Providers will receive 70 percent of the funding to address their unique needs. The grantee will retain 30 percent of the funding which will be allocated to purchasing personal protective equipment for staff, reconfiguration of office spaces to ensure social distancing, electronic signature pads, and retain a portion in reserve for any unforeseen issues. For the Child Care Partnership grant, Child Care Partners will receive 80 percent of the funding as those needs are higher due to the age group served and the grantee will retain 20 percent of the funding for the same needs as identified above under preschool. The Home-Based program will retain 100 percent of the allocated funding. This is a non-competitive supplemental application.

The Head Start Education Service Providers and Early Head Start Child Care Partners for the 2020-2021 school year are: Education Service Providers Alhambra Elementary School District Booker T. Washington Child Development Center Deer Valley Unified School District Fowler Elementary School District Page 51 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 36 Greater Phoenix Urban League Roosevelt Elementary School District Washington Elementary School District Child Care Partners Cactus Kids Fusion Minds dba Immanuel Care for Children Out of This World Christian Child Care
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, equipment, preschool, development, program, purchasing, Development, education, Child Care, poverty, and family services

Contract Term The City of Phoenix, as the Grantee, is entering into the second year of a five-year grant for the Head Start Birth to Five program and the Early Head Start Child Care Partner program. The remaining four years of the five-year contract term are July 1, 2020, to June 30, 2024.

Tagged Interests: grant, preschool, contract, program, Child Care, poverty, and family services

Financial Impact The funding breakdown is as follows: Head Start Preschool 2,603,907 Early Head Start Home-Based 263,642 Early Head Start Child Care Partners 165,216

The estimated aggregate contract total for the remaining four years is 170,606,602. There is no impact to the General Fund. One-time funding is provided through the CARES Act.

Tagged Interests: funding, finance, preschool, contract, Child Care, poverty, and family services

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Assistant City Manager Deanna Jonovich and the Human Services Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 37 CDBG Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Program - Sheltering in Place Coronavirus Prevention Request For Proposal Award (Ordinance S-46795) Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into contracts for Coronavirus prevention Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Owner- Occupied Housing Rehabilitation services to support social distancing/sheltering in place for an aggregate amount not to exceed 2 million. Request to authorize the City Controller to disburse all funds over the life of the contracts.
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, funding, grant, ordinance, development, contract, services, program, Development, administrator, manager, cdbg, community development, and housing

Summary At the April 21, 2020 Special Policy Session, staff presented its CDBG 2015-2020 Substantial Amendment plan, which also included plans to prevent, prepare for, and respond to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) public health crisis. Council subsequently provided authority to procure goods and services necessary and appropriate to implement and administer the City's COVID-19 programs at the May 6 Formal Council Meeting.

On May 21 the Neighborhood Services Department issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for CDBG-funded Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation services to support low- and moderate-income residents in Phoenix to prevent the spread of Coronavirus by providing home repairs to critical systems or structures to allow the safety and comfort for people social distancing and sheltering in place. The program's services will address health and safety hazards that allow residents to social distance due to the COVID-19 public health crisis. A total of five applications were received by the June 3 deadline and forwarded to the review panel. The RFP review panel evaluated each submittal on a 1,000-point scale: project description/need (150 points), proposed outcomes and impact (425 points), and track record/capacity to implement (425 points). The following two proposals met the minimum threshold requirement and are recommended for contract award. Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Program Services FSL Real Estate Services (820 points) Habitat for Humanity (750 points) Page 53 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 37
Tagged Interests: rfp, coronavirus, RFP, health, contract, services, program, policy, cdbg, neighborhood, and housing

Contract Term Contract terms awarded through this RFP process will be for one year, commencing on or about June 25, 2020, for an aggregate amount not to exceed 2 million.

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Financial Impact There is no impact to the General Fund; these contractual services are funded through the CDBG and CDBG-CV grants.

Tagged Interests: grant, finance, services, and cdbg

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Mario Paniagua and the Neighborhood Services Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 38 Reusable Face Masks and Hand Sanitizer (Ordinance S-46802) Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into agreements with Arena Merchandising LLC, Bison Made LLC, and Blue Clover Investments to provide reusable face masks and hand sanitizer for Public Housing residents. Further request authorization for the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item. The aggregate contract value will not exceed 30,000. There is no impact to the General Fund. Summary In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Housing Department received 1.25 million in Public Housing operating funds through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act to support Public Housing operating costs and health and safety-related expenses for Public Housing residents. To help slow the spread of COVID-19, the Housing Department will purchase reusable face masks and hand sanitizer to provide to residents. The reusable masks are designed in durable yet breathable fabric with a pocket for an optional filter and are washable for industrial sanitizing. Hand sanitizer will be available in individual sizes and large five gallon buckets. Both products meet the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendation guidelines. Procurement Information Request for Quotation was conducted in accordance with Administrative Regulation 3.10. The Housing Department Management Services Section contacted local manufacturing companies for long term purchasing of masks and hand sanitizer. Using local manufacturers will ensure continuous supplies during these times when other national products are not available. Multiple awards are recommended to meet volume requirements and demands. City personnel will select the most cost effective method available at the time of request. Contract Term Each agreement will be for a three-year term beginning on or about July 1, 2020 and end on June 30, 2023, with no option to extend. Page 55 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 38
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, funding, health, regulation, ordinance, security, industrial, personnel, contract, services, purchasing, investment, administrator, manager, and housing

Financial Impact The aggregate contract value will not exceed 30,000 (including applicable taxes). Funding is available in the Public Housing Operating Fund through the CARES Act funding received from the federal government through Dec. 30, 2020. Funding beyond that date will come from the general Public Housing Operating Fund. There is no impact to the General Fund.

Tagged Interests: funding, finance, taxes, Taxes, contract, and housing

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Mario Paniagua and the Housing Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 39

Fleet-Related Maintenance Equipment, Supplies, Services, and Inventory Management - Sourcewell 061015 (Ordinance S-46779)

Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into a cooperative participating agreement through Sourcewell with Genuine Parts Company dba NAPA Auto Parts to acquire fleet-related maintenance equipment, supplies, services, and inventory management for the Aviation Department. Further request authorization for the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item. The aggregate contract value will not exceed 5,211,720.

Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, equipment, contract, transportation, services, administrator, and manager

Summary The Aviation Department, Facilities and Services Division, owns and operates Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix Deer Valley Airport, and Phoenix Goodyear Airport. The Facilities and Services Division is responsible for the acquisition, management, and maintenance of the Airports fleet of approximately 950 vehicles and a 1,500-item inventory of support equipment for parts, supplies, and consumables.

Genuine Parts Company dba NAPA Auto Parts will serve as the primary supplier to establish and maintain new inventories of automotive equipment, replacement parts, and supplies for the Facilities and Services Fleet Division. Contracting with Genuine Parts Company dba NAPA Auto Parts will improve operations and provide the following efficiencies and savings: reduced costs through wholesale pricing, rebates, divestment of Aviation's owned inventory, and costs incurred at time of delivery. The contract will increase parts process efficiencies by significant reductions in invoicing, reduction in vehicle down time, coverage of all operating hours, providing inventory space, and performance reporting and training. These efficiencies will drive a key performance measure resulting in fast turnaround times and low rate vehicle downtime for customers.
Tagged Interests: equipment, airport, contract, transportation, services, performance, training, ports, and boating

Procurement Information In accordance with Administrative Regulation 3.10, a participating agreement is required when the City uses a cooperative agreement from another public agency. The contract was awarded through a competitive process consistent with the City's procurement processes, as set forth in Phoenix City Code chapter 43. By utilizing the Sourcewell (formerly the National Joint Powers Alliance) agreement, the City benefits

Page 57 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 39 from the cooperative contract rates. A review of current registered local and small business owners reveal none provided the variety of parts needed.

Tagged Interests: regulation, business, contract, purchasing, small business, and rates

Contract Term The contract term shall begin on or about June 24, 2020 for a period of two years with three one-year options to extend.

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Financial Impact The aggregate contract value will not exceed 5,211,720. Funds are available in the Aviation Department's budget.

Location Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, 3400 E. Sky Harbor Blvd. Deer Valley Airport, 702 W. Deer Valley Road Goodyear Airport, 1658 S. Litchfield Road, Goodyear, AZ. Council Districts: 1, 8, and Out of City
Tagged Interests: road, funding, finance, council, airport, streets, budget, contract, ports, and boating

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Assistant City Manager Deanna Jonovich and the Aviation Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 40 Motorola Solutions Inc Master Services Agreement (Ordinance S-46782) Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to authorize additional expenditures for established Master Services Agreement Contract 124391 with Motorola Solutions Inc to purchase equipment and hardware components for the Phoenix Fire Department through June 30, 2028. The total amount will not exceed 3,000,000. Further request authorization for the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item. Summary The additional amount will be used by the Phoenix Fire Department to purchase equipment and hardware components offered by Motorola as required for 9-1-1 Call Processing Equipment, necessary to maintain, repair, and support the Regional 9-1-1 (R9-1-1) Emergency Services system. The City was designated as the contracted agent for the R9-1-1 system in 1989 by the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) to provide services for the Maricopa Region, consisting of 25 9-1-1 Public Safety Answering Points throughout the greater Phoenix area, including Phoenix Police and Fire Departments. In Fiscal Year 2020, the State 9-1-1 Office has mandated that procurement be done at the local level. The State implemented and manages a 9- 1-1 Grant funded by the Emergency Telecommunications Fund that would allow agencies to manage the 9-1-1 contracts, procurement of 9-1-1 equipment and secure 9-1-1 services on a local level. The City of Phoenix will act as a pass-through agency for the procurement of these 9-1-1 acquisitions on behalf of the MAG member agencies and will be reimbursed through the 9-1-1 grant that was awarded to the City specifically for these purchases. This authorization would ensure the City of Phoenix and the entire Maricopa Region will continue to benefit from reliable 9-1-1 services without interruption. This item has been reviewed and approved by the Information Technology Services Department.
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, ordinance, equipment, 911, contract, public safety, Telecommunications, fire departments and districts, services, emergency, purchasing, Technology, telecommunications, technology, administrator, manager, information technology, and Information Technology

Procurement Information The Motorola Master Agreement was approved by City Council on July 2, 2008. It provides the hardware, software, and professional services, which are proprietary to Motorola, and necessary to support City of Phoenix information technology systems.

Page 59 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 40 The Master Agreement is an umbrella agreement under which Statements of Work (SOW) can be developed and issued. Each SOW is processed in accordance with City of Phoenix procurement regulations.
Tagged Interests: regulation, council, Telecommunications, services, purchasing, Technology, telecommunications, technology, information technology, and Information Technology

Contract Term The term of contract is set to expire on Aug. 9, 2028.

Financial Impact With the 3,000,000 in additional funds, the contract s revised aggregate value will not exceed 95,465,413 (including applicable taxes). Funds are available in the Phoenix Fire Department s budget.
Tagged Interests: funding, finance, budget, taxes, Taxes, contract, and fire departments and districts

Concurrence/Previous Council Action Master Services Agreement Contract 124391 was approved by Formal Council Action on July 2, 2008.

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Responsible Department This item is submitted by Assistant City Manager Milton Dohoney, Jr. and the Fire Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 41 Wireless Communication Services, Accessories, and Equipment (Ordinance S- 46785) Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to extend and add additional expenditures for Contracts ADSPO13-032444 with AT T Mobility, ADSPO13-034209 with Sprint Solutions, Inc., ADSPO13-034339 with T-Mobile USA, Inc., and ADSPO13- 034099 with Verizon Wireless for the purchase of wireless communication services, accessories, and equipment for departments Citywide in an amount not to exceed 2,500,000. Further request authorization for the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item. Summary City departments utilize mobile devices, wireless services, equipment and accessories to conduct City business every day. Equipment and services are procured utilizing State of Arizona cooperative agreements, which offer significant cost savings. This request is for authorization to continue to utilize these contracts, and for additional payment authority to cover the period of the extension.
Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, business, equipment, contract, Telecommunications, services, purchasing, telecommunications, communications, administrator, manager, Communications, wireless, Wireless, and T Mobile

Contract Term This request is to extend the contract term on a month-to-month basis, up to six months through Dec. 31, 2020, to allow time for the State of Arizona to complete its procurement process. The City will then adopt a cooperative agreement for the new solicitation to obtain advantageous pricing.

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Tagged Interests: contract, purchasing, and solicitation

Financial Impact These contracts were approved by City Council on Feb. 19, 2014 and have an aggregate value of 24,619,290. With the 2,500,000 in additional funds, the revised aggregate value is now 27,119,290 (including applicable taxes). The additional funds are needed to continue to utilize wireless communication services, accessories, and equipment for the remaining six months of the contracts. Funds are available in various departments' budgets.

Tagged Interests: funding, equipment, finance, council, budget, taxes, Taxes, contract, services, communications, Communications, wireless, and Wireless

Responsible Department This item is submitted by City Manager Ed Zuercher and the Finance Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 42 Carrier and Broadband Provider Services - State of AZ Contract ADSPO14- 00004241 (Ordinance S-46786) Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to extend and add additional expenditures for Contracts ADSPO15-088468 with CenturyLink Communications LLC - Qwest Communications Corp., ADSPO15-088471 with Integra Telecom Holdings, Inc., ADSPO15-088473 with Cox Arizona Telecom LLC - Cox Communications, ADSPO15- 088474 with AT T Corp., and ADSPO15-096675 with Level 3 Communications, LLC for the purchase of carrier and broadband provider services for departments Citywide in an amount not to exceed 2,450,000. Further request authorization for the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item. Summary City departments utilize carrier and broadband provider services for telecommunication lines, circuits, and services used across the City. Services include internet, phone lines, data circuits, and distributed denial of service protection. The usage of these technologies is critical to the operations of all City departments.
Tagged Interests: telecom company, funding, ordinance, contract, Telecommunications, services, purchasing, telecommunications, communications, administrator, manager, Internet Access, and Communications

Contract Term This request is to extend the contract term on a month-to-month basis, up to six months through Dec. 31, 2020, to allow time for the State of Arizona to complete its procurement process. The City will then adopt a cooperative agreement for the new solicitation to obtain advantageous pricing.

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Tagged Interests: contract, purchasing, and solicitation

Financial Impact These contracts were approved by City Council on July 1, 2016 and have an aggregate value of 22,080,000. With the additional 2,450,000 in additional funds, the revised aggregate value is now 24,530,000 (including applicable taxes). The additional funds are needed to continue to utilize carrier and broadband services, accessories, and equipment for the remaining six months of the contracts. Funds are available in various departments' budgets.

Tagged Interests: funding, equipment, finance, council, budget, taxes, Taxes, contract, services, and Internet Access

Responsible Department This item is submitted by City Manager Ed Zuercher and the Finance Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 43 Authorization to Dispose City-Owned Property for Human Services and Water Services Departments (Ordinance S-46792) Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to dispose by broker, quitclaim or sealed bid solicitation three City-owned properties identified by the Human Services and Water Services departments as excess real property inventory. Further request authorization for the City Treasurer to accept all funds related to this item. Summary The Human Services and Water Services departments have identified two parcels that are no longer needed and are appropriate for sale via City-contracted broker or sealed bid solicitation. The properties will be advertised on the open market by a City contracted broker or through a sealed bid solicitation at market value to be determined by an appraisal, broker's opinion of value, or other valuation method accepted by the City.
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, funding, ordinance, market, sale, utility, Utility, contract, advertising, services, water, property, solicitation, Treasurer, administrator, manager, and TREASURER

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Approximately 8.3 acres of vacant Human Services Department land zoned A-1 at 5220 W. Lower Buckeye Road identified by assessor parcel number (APN) 104-40- 011. The City acquired this parcel in 2004 for future development of a Southwest Phoenix senior services center. However, further discussion is taking place on the potential development of a senior center near the planned Cesar Chavez Community Center with the proceeds from the sale.

Tagged Interests: road, streets, sale, development, zoning, services, Development, property, and community center

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Approximately 40 acres of vacant Water Services Department land located northeast of Santa Fe Avenue and 5th Street in Wenden, Ariz., identified by APN 308-06-005C. The City originally purchased this and other land in the McMullen Valley area of La Paz County in 1986 for harvesting groundwater to supplement City water supply. Since that time, the City has augmented water supplies with additional surface water resources. In addition, subsequent analysis showed that the cost for infrastructure needed to import the water to the City would be excessive.

Tagged Interests: streets, utility, Utility, services, water, and purchasing

Further requesting authorization to negotiate with the offerer(s) in order to yield the highest dollar return to the City, as deemed acceptable by the City Manager or designee. The City Manager, or designee, will select the highest responsive and responsible offer for each property based upon market value, and enter into an

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agreement for the purchase and sale of City-owned property, containing terms and conditions deemed necessary and appropriate by the City. The subsequent fee simple conveyance will be by special warranty deed or by quitclaim deed.

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Additionally, the Water Services Department controls approximately 5,227 square feet of land northwest of Camelback Road and 45th Avenue in Glendale, identified by APN 145-28-018. As this site is improved with City of Glendale water infrastructure that does not support the City of Phoenix water supply, Water Services recommends transferring ownership of the site to Glendale via quitclaim.

Tagged Interests: road, streets, utility, Utility, services, and water

Financial Impact Revenue from the sold properties will be reflective of their market values.

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Concurrence/Previous Council Action The Land Use and Livability Subcommittee recommended City Council approval of this item on May 20, 2020, by a vote of 3-0.

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Location Various locations Council Districts: 7 and Out of City

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Responsible Department This item is submitted by Assistant City Manager Deanna Jonovich, Deputy City Manager Karen Peters, and the Human Services, Water Services and Finance departments.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 44

Automated Fingerprint Identification System - State of Arizona ADSPO13-038750 (Ordinance S-46800)

Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to allow additional expenditures under Contract 145675 with Idemia Identity Security USA, LLC for the purchase of automated fingerprint identification system and related services for the Phoenix Police Department. Further request authorization for the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item.

Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, security, contract, public safety, services, purchasing, administrator, and manager

Summary The contract was established for the Police Department Technology Bureau to purchase automated fingerprint system equipment and related services, to provide support to the Arizona Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AZAFIS) network located at various bureaus and precincts throughout the City. The additional funding is requested because the contract proved to be useful for other divisions within the Police Department, which purchased essential commodities and services against the contract. This contract is essential to ensure that the digital fingerprint capture system remains compatible with the existing AZAFIS network. Idemia Identity Security USA, LLC is the only company to perform maintenance services on the digital fingerprint capture systems. This product is used by Police Headquarters, Central Booking, the Crime Lab and Police Precincts and Substations with digital fingerprint capture systems.

Tagged Interests: funding, equipment, security, contract, public safety, services, purchasing, Technology, technology, and crime

Financial Impact Upon approval of 63,874 in additional funds, the revised aggregate value of the contract will not exceed 760,781. Funds are available in the Police Department's budget.

Tagged Interests: funding, finance, budget, contract, and public safety

Concurrence/Previous Council Action This contract was originally approved by City Council on June 28, 2017.

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Responsible Department This item is submitted by Assistant City Manager Milton Dohoney, Jr. and the Police Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 45

Heavy Equipment Rental - Arizona Department of Administration State Procurement Office - COOP 20-097 (Ordinance S-46809)

Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into a participating agreement with the Arizona Department of Administration State Procurement Office ADSPO18-00008178 contract with Herc Rentals Inc. and Effem Corporation doing business as A to Z Equipment to purchase heavy equipment rental for citywide use in an amount not to exceed 1,500,000. Further request authorization for the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item. Summary These contracts will be used Citywide to rent, both small and large equipment of various makes, models and sizes, on an as-needed basis. The agreements will provide short-term and long-term rental access to a complete line of heavy equipment, road maintenance equipment, and construction equipment. Rental equipment such as generators serve as back-up power sources that can be deployed to any site that suffers an extended power outage; forklifts are rented to move heavy equipment, and pumps around; occasionally, specialized heavy equipment that is not currently in the City's fleet is needed for special projects, such as repairing basins or plant upgrades. These contracts are essential in order to continue to provide critical services for the City such as generators to sustain electrical power in the event of an outage, equipment for the roads maintenance and construction.

Tagged Interests: road, funding, ordinance, construction, business, equipment, streets, contract, services, events, purchasing, plant, rental, administrator, and manager

Procurement Information In accordance with Administrative Regulations 3.10 a participating agreement is required when the City utilizes a cooperative contract from another public agency. This contract was awarded through a competitive process, consistent with the City's procurement process, as set forth in Phoenix City Code, chapter 43. Utilization of cooperative contracts allows the City to benefit from national government pricing and volume discounts.

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Financial Impact The aggregate contract value will not exceed 1,500,000. Funds are available in various departments' budgets.

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Responsible Department This item is submitted by City Manager Ed Zuercher and the Finance Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 46 Traffic Signal Poles and Components - Maricopa County Department of Transportation Cooperative - COOP 20-083 (Ordinance S-46788) Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into cooperative participating agreements through the Maricopa County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) Contract 200125-C with Advanced Traffic Products, Inc., AM Signal, Inc., Econolite Control Products, Inc., Iteris, Inc., Sierra Transportation and Technologies, LLC, Solar Traffic Controls, LLC, and Wesco, dba Brown Wholesale, to provide the Street Transportation Department with traffic signal poles, hardware, video detection, and traffic signal controller components. The aggregate contract value will not exceed 5 million. Further request authorization for the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item.
Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, streets, contract, transportation, administrator, manager, pole, and traffic

Summary The Street Transportation Department is requesting to utilize these contracts to purchase traffic signal equipment, parts, and supplies necessary to perform the core function of the Traffic Signal Shop, which is to maintain the existing Citywide infrastructure of over 1,138 signalized intersections and continually adapt to the changing technology of the traveling public, as it pertains to traffic signal systems.

Tagged Interests: equipment, streets, travel, contract, transportation, purchasing, Technology, technology, and traffic

Procurement Information In accordance with Administrative Regulation 3.10, a participating agreement is required when the City uses a cooperative agreement from another public agency. The contracts were awarded through a competitive process consistent with the City's procurement processes, as set forth in the Phoenix City Code, chapter 43.

The Maricopa County contract covers the purchase of traffic signal poles and components as required by the Street Transportation Department. The Maricopa County contract was awarded on Dec. 11, 2019. The use of this cooperative will provide the City national discounts on these products. Upon City Council approval of this item, a purchasing agreement(s) incorporating the City s terms and conditions will be fully executed between the referenced vendor(s) and the City. Page 68 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 46 Contract Term The five-year contract term will expire on or about June 30, 2025.

Tagged Interests: regulation, council, streets, contract, transportation, purchasing, pole, and traffic

Financial Impact The aggregate value of the contract will not exceed 5 million. Funds are available in the Street Transportation Department's budget.

Tagged Interests: funding, finance, streets, budget, contract, and transportation

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Mario Paniagua, and the Street Transportation and Finance departments.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 47

Grant of an Irrigation Easement to Salt River Project for Sunset Place at 67th Avenue and Broadway Road (Ordinance S-46794)

Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to grant an irrigation easement to Salt River Project (SRP) within the 67th Avenue right-of-way, north of Broadway Road, for consideration in the amount of the appraised value and other consideration. Further request authorization for the City Treasurer to accept all funds related to this item.
Tagged Interests: right of way, road, funding, grant, ordinance, streets, watershed, Treasurer, administrator, manager, TREASURER, RIGHT OF WAY, and easement

Summary The irrigation easement is required to connect to SRP s irrigation lines along the west side of 67th Avenue to accommodate the Sunset Place single-family housing development at 67th Avenue and Broadway Road. The easement is approximately 251 square feet.

Financial Impact Revenue will be reflective of the market value of the easement.
Tagged Interests: road, finance, market, streets, development, Development, easement, and housing

Location Along the west side of 67th Avenue, north of Broadway Road Council District: 7

Tagged Interests: road, council, and streets

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Mario Paniagua, and the Street Transportation and Finance departments.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 48

Purchase of Property and Casualty Insurance Policies for the City of Phoenix (Ordinance S-46789)

Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to purchase various property and casualty insurance policies on behalf of the City for July 2020 through June 2021. Further request authorization for the City Controller to disburse funds, not to exceed 12,438,000. Summary Competitive quotes were sought from all viable commercial insurance markets to assure the best coverage and cost available. The total estimated cost for all insurance policies is 12,438,000, up from 9,064,186 in the current year. The increase of 3,373,814 is due to: (1) a high demand for insurance coverage in the property and excess liability coverage and a reduced supply of capacity by the commercial insurance market throughout the country; (2) the City has experienced two large property losses over the last 10 years that exceed 36 million; (3) the City experienced its first loss that pierced the excess liability insurance; (4) claims are increasing in frequency and severity throughout the country; and (5) insurers are struggling to overcome underwriting losses. Citywide insurance policies are purchased from the Risk Management Self-Insurance Fund or the Workers' Compensation Self-Insurance Fund and are then allocated to each department's budget. Funds for policies purchased specifically for the Aviation and Police departments are available from those departments.
Tagged Interests: compensation, funding, ordinance, market, budget, public safety, risk, insurance, purchasing, property, commercial, administrator, manager, and body art

Insurance Policy Type Department Estimated Cost

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Blanket Property and Boiler and Citywide 5,630,000.00 Machinery Insurance

Excess Liability Insurance Citywide 5,110,000.00 (Multiple Layers) Excess Workers' Compensation Citywide 326,000.00 Insurance Page 71 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 48

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Network Security and Cyber Citywide 490,000.00

Police Aircraft Liability and Hull Police 145,000.00 Insurance

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Aviation Airport Liability Aviation 597,000.00 Insurance

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Miscellaneous Property and Casualty Citywide 140,000.00 Insurance

Financial Impact The amount will not exceed 12,438,000, comprised of funds from the Risk Management Self-Insurance Fund, and are included in the Fiscal Year 2020-21 budget.

Tagged Interests: funding, finance, budget, risk, insurance, and property

Responsible Department This item is submitted by City Manager Ed Zuercher and the Finance Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 49 Pet Insurance - RFP HR 20-114 Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into a contract with Metropolitan Life Insurance Company (MetLife), administered by PetFirst Healthcare, LLC (a MetLife company) and underwritten by Independence American Insurance Company, to provide pet insurance for employees and retirees. There is no disbursement of funds or impact to the General Fund, as plan participants will pay the vendor directly. Summary Pet insurance is a value-added employee and retiree benefit. This optional benefit is not a group plan. It is wholly paid by the participant to the vendor. However, offering pet insurance to employees and retirees provides them a 10 percent discount of their premiums. Employees and retirees work directly with the vendor to select highly customizable plan design options which meet individual needs. Premiums are determined by the pet's gender, age, breed, location, plan deductible, co-insurance percentage, and annual limit amount. Plan options include a Routine Care rider to cover annual visits and vaccinations. Procurement Information RFP HR 20-114 was conducted in accordance with Administrative Regulation 3.10. The Notice of Solicitation was emailed to 306 vendors registered in ProcurePHX and directly to 10 pet insurance providers. Two proposals were received by the Human Resources Department on April 3, 2020. An evaluation committee comprised of three voting members evaluated the offers. The offers were evaluated based on the following criteria (1,000 points total): Qualifications and Experience (250 points), Method of Approach (350 points) and Price (400 points). The evaluation committee determined that one offer was in the competitive range. The committee did not pursue a Best and Final Offer as it does not apply because policies are individually owned by the employee or retiree. The evaluation committee recommended awarding the contract to MetLife. The Offerors and final scores are listed below:
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, funding, regulation, retirement, voting, pets, contract, insurance, purchasing, healthcare, solicitation, administrator, manager, human resources, and gender

MetLife: 835 points Embrace Pet Insurance: 440 points

Page 73 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 49 The Human Resources Director recommends the offer from MetLife be accepted as the highest scored, responsive, and responsible offeror. Contract Term The five-year contract shall begin on or about Jan. 1, 2021.
Tagged Interests: pets, contract, insurance, and human resources

Financial Impact There is no cost to the City and no impact to the General Fund. Pet insurance premiums are 100 percent paid by enrolled employees and retirees directly to the vendor.

Tagged Interests: finance, retirement, pets, and insurance

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Toni Maccarone and the Human Resources Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 50

Buy-Up Voluntary Vision Plan - RFP HR 20-108 (Ordinance S-46807)

Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into a contract with Davis Vision to provide buy-up voluntary vision plan services for employees, retirees, and their eligible family members. The five-year aggregate value of this contract will not exceed 15 million. There is no impact to the General Fund, as employees and retirees have plan premiums deducted from their paychecks. Further request authorization for the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item.

Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, funding, ordinance, strategic, retirement, contract, services, administrator, and manager

Summary The City provides a comprehensive benefits package to approximately 16,000 employees, retirees, and eligible family members to include qualified domestic partners of same or opposite gender. The primary objectives are to achieve exceptional customer service and coverage for enrolled members, account administration that meets the City s expectations and needs, and competitive pricing. This contract is for a stand-alone, Buy-Up Voluntary Vision Plan for the City of Phoenix employees, retirees, and their eligible family members. The Buy-Up Voluntary Vision Plan offers substantially better coverage than the basic vision coverage bundled with medical plans. The City bundles basic vision coverage with all employee medical plans, and this will continue.

Procurement Information RFP HR 20-108 was conducted in accordance with Administrative Regulation 3.10. The RFP was issued on Feb. 28, 2020 by the Human Resources Department and proposals were due on April 6, 2020. In addition to posting the solicitation on the City of Phoenix website, direct email notifications were sent to vendors who submitted in the past, and vendors registered in ProcurePHX. The Human Resources Department received six proposals. Evaluation occurred by a three-person committee. The offers were scored on the following criteria (1,000 total points): Qualifications and Experience (300 points), Method of Approach (350 points) and Price (350 points). The evaluation committee determined that three proposals were within the competitive range, and those proposers were invited to participate in interviews. At the completion of the interviews, all proposers within the competitive range moved forward to the Best and Final Offer (BAFO) process. After reviewing the BAFO responses, the evaluation Page 75 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 50 committee recommended awarding the contract to Davis Vision.
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, regulation, strategic, retirement, contract, purchasing, solicitation, human resources, and gender

The offers and final scores were as follows:

Davis Vision: 819.90 points Avesis: 763.60 points MetLife: 766.40 points Superior Vision: 621.70 points VSP: 546.00 points EyeMed: 510.40 points The Human Resources Director recommends the offer from Davis Vision be accepted as the highest scored, responsive, and responsible offeror. Contract Term The five-year contract shall begin on or about Jan. 1, 2021. Financial Impact The five-year aggregate value for this contract will not exceed 15 million. There is no impact to the General Fund, as employees and retirees have plan premiums deducted from their paychecks.

Tagged Interests: finance, strategic, retirement, contract, and human resources

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Toni Maccarone and the Human Resources Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 51 Record Keeper Services for Deferred Compensation, Defined Contributions and Post Employment Health Plans - RFP HR 20-101 (Ordinance S-46814) Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into a contract with Nationwide Retirement Solutions, Inc. to provide plan administration and record keeper services for the City s Deferred Compensation 457(b) Plan, Defined Contribution 401 (a) Plan, and Post-Employment Health Plan (PEHP) for a five-year period. No disbursement of funds from the City Controller is necessary for this contract. Summary This contract is to provide administration, enrollment, participant communication and education, investment management and record keeper services for Defined Contributions and Post Employment Health Plans. There are approximately 18,134 participant accounts and this contract ensures accurate accounting of the assets in each participant account and provides efficient and prudent management of the Plans. Procurement Information RFP HR 20-101 was conducted in accordance with Administrative Regulation 3.10. The Human Resources Department received four proposals. The Notice of Solicitation was emailed to 908 vendors registered in ProcurePHX and 41 firms provided by the City's investment consultant, Hyas Group LLC. The offers were scored on the following criteria (1,000 total points): Qualifications and Experience (250 points), Method of Approach (450 points) and Price (300 points). Initial evaluations of all proposals were conducted by the City s contracted investment consulting firm, Hyas Group LLC. Evaluations of the proposals were conducted by a committee comprised of members of the City s Deferred Compensation Plan (DCP) Board and Post Employment Health Plan (PEHP) Board and City staff. The evaluation committee determined that two proposals were within the competitive range, and those proposers were invited to participate in interviews. At the completion of the interviews, all proposals within the competitive range moved forward to the Best and Final Offer (BAFO) process. After reviewing the BAFO responses, it was the consensus of the evaluation committee to recommend awarding the contract to Nationwide Retirement Solutions, Inc. The DCP and PEHP boards unanimously approved the committee s recommendation at their June 11, 2020 meeting. Page 77 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 51 The scores were as follows: Nationwide Retirement Solutions, Inc.: 1,000 points Empower Retirement: 702 points Voya: 633 points T. Rowe Price: 348 points The Human Resources Director recommends the offer from Nationwide Retirement Solutions, Inc. be accepted as the highest scored, responsive, and responsible offeror. Contract Term The five-year contract shall begin on or about Nov. 20, 2020.
Tagged Interests: rfp, compensation, RFP, funding, health, regulation, ordinance, boards and commissions, retirement, contract, seniors, services, employment, purchasing, communications, investment, solicitation, administrator, manager, education, human resources, Communications, and enrollment

Financial Impact No disbursement of funds from the City Controller is necessary for this contract. The administrative costs for the City's Deferred Compensation Plans and PEHP are paid through plan asset fees by plan participants.

Tagged Interests: compensation, impact fee, funding, finance, and contract

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Toni Maccarone and the Human Resources Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 52

Interim Executives Services (Ordinance S-46812)

Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into contracts with APN Staffing and Employment Solutions; Interim Public Management, LLC; Staffing Specialists, LLC; and Vidhwan Inc. dba E-Solutions, to provide interim executives on an as-needed basis to the City. Further request authorization for the City Controller to disburse funds related to this item. The five-year aggregate value of all contracts will not exceed 300,000. Summary Request for Qualifications (RFQu) HR 20-112 was conducted in accordance with Administrative Regulation 3.10, with the intent of establishing a list of qualified vendors to supply interim executives on an as-needed basis to the City. There were five offers received by the Human Resources Department on June 2, 2020. The offers were evaluated and the following four offers met the City s qualification criteria and were deemed responsive and responsible:
Tagged Interests: funding, regulation, ordinance, contract, services, employment, administrator, manager, and human resources

APN Staffing and Employment Solutions Interim Public Management, LLC Staffing Specialists, LLC Vidhwan Inc. DBA E-Solutions

The Human Resources Director recommends that the offers from the above vendors be accepted as responsive and responsible offers that are most advantageous to the City. Contract Term The five-year contract term shall begin on or about July 1, 2020. Financial Impact The five-year aggregate value of all contracts will not exceed 300,000. Funds are available in various City departments budgets.

Tagged Interests: funding, finance, budget, contract, employment, and human resources

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Toni Maccarone and the Human Resources Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 53 Professional Services for Mandatory Payment Card Industry Compliance (Ordinance S-46780) Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to authorize additional expenditures to the established Contract 142524 with RiskSense, Inc., in an amount of 265,000 for the annual continuation of penetration testing services for the Information Technology Services Department, on behalf of Citywide departments that accept credit card payments. Further request authorization for the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item. Summary RiskSense, Inc. provides penetration testing services to ensure compliance with the regulatory requirements of the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standards and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). This service evaluates the efficacy of controls in place to protect the City's systems and data from unauthorized access. The service also helps to ensure the security of the City's network, and failure to continue with penetration testing would result in non- compliance with PCI regulations. The additional expenditures are needed to cover the annual penetration testing services through the end of the contract term.
Tagged Interests: funding, health, regulation, ordinance, security, contract, services, insurance, health insurance, Technology, technology, administrator, compliance, manager, information technology, accountability, and Information Technology

Contract Term The term of the contract with RiskSense, Inc. is for five years, expiring March 31, 2021.

Financial Impact Additional funds in the amount of 265,000 will increase the total contract value to 1,355,000 for the aggregate contract term. Funds are available in the Information Technology Services Department's budget.
Tagged Interests: funding, finance, budget, contract, services, Technology, technology, information technology, and Information Technology

Concurrence/Previous Council Action Contract 142524 with RiskSense, Inc. was originally approved by City Council on April 20, 2016, with annual amendments thereafter.

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Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Toni Maccarone and the Information Technology Services Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 54 Oracle Citywide Software and Hardware Maintenance and Support (Ordinance S- 46787) Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to amend Ordinance S-43373 and add additional expenditures for citywide software licensing, support and maintenance with Oracle America, Inc. (Oracle) under the Master Services Agreement 142562, in an amount not to exceed 6,050,000 for the Information Technology Services Department, on behalf of departments Citywide. Further request authorization for the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item.
Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, services, Technology, technology, administrator, manager, information technology, and Information Technology

Summary The City uses Oracle application and technologies in multiple departments and for several critical Citywide systems, such as the Police Department's Records Management System, the Customer Care and Billing system used for municipal billing, the Human Capital Management system used for human resources and payroll functions, the Planning and Development Department's permitting system, and the citywide Business Intelligence infrastructure. These systems are critical to City operations, as they bring in revenue from permitting, water, and solid waste billing, and because they manage critical operations.

The reason for the additional requested payment authority is because Information Technology Services has consolidated the management of sub-agreements and payments made to Oracle, and works with departments to evaluate licensing, support and maintenance for Oracle software in use by the City. Information Technology Services is requesting this funding for continued support and maintenance on behalf of all City departments.
Tagged Interests: planning, funding, business, utility, development, solid waste, Utility, public safety, services, water, Technology, Development, technology, human resources, Financial Software, information technology, and Information Technology

Contract Term The Oracle Master Services contract is valid through April 21, 2021.

Financial Impact Additional funds in the amount of 6,050,000 are needed to continue to utilize Oracle citywide software licensing, and hardware maintenance and support. Funds are available in the various departments' budgets. Page 82 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 54
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Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Toni Maccarone and the Information Technology Services Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 55 Lease and Power Usage Agreement for Data Center (Ordinance S-46783) Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to extend the lease term and add additional expenditures to Contract 129031 with Iron Mountain Data Centers, LLC (Iron Mountain) for leased space and power for the City's data center in an amount not to exceed 9,069,830 over the new 10-year term. This request is for the Information Technology Services Department, on behalf of departments Citywide. Further request authorization for the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item. Summary Since 2010, the City has leased data center space for a secondary data center to provide top tier data center services, as well as provide redundancy for systems for business continuity and disaster recovery. This request is to continue the lease and extend the contract for an additional 10-year term.
Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, business, leasing, contract, services, Technology, technology, administrator, manager, information technology, and Information Technology

Iron Mountain provides space, power, cooling and physical security to the City's technology equipment supporting the enterprise network and departments' business systems. These systems include the core network, network security, internet, storage, telephony, and the majority of enterprise and departmental business applications. As the City's primary data center, it is critical in maintaining high availability and business continuity.

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Tagged Interests: business, equipment, security, Technology, and technology

Contract Term This request is to extend the contract term for 10 years through Aug. 31, 2030.

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Financial Impact The City has negotiated a 10-year extension of the lease at a lower rate than the final years of the current lease. The new 10-year term is for an amount not-to-exceed 9,069,830. Funds are available in the Information Technology Services Department's budget.

Tagged Interests: funding, finance, leasing, budget, services, Technology, technology, information technology, and Information Technology

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Toni Maccarone and the Information Technology Services Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 56 Request for City Council to Call to Meet in Executive Session on Specific Dates through December 2020
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Request for the City Council to call meetings for the purpose of holding an Executive Session pursuant to Arizona Revised Statutes, Section 38-431.03.A, on the following dates at 1 p.m. in the East Conference Room, 12th Floor of Phoenix City Hall, 200 W. Washington St., Phoenix, Arizona: Sept. 8, 2020; Sept. 22, 2020; Oct. 13, 2020; Oct. 27, 2020; Nov. 10, 2020, and Dec. 8, 2020.

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Public Outreach The Notice and Agenda for these Executive Sessions will be posted no later than 24 hours before each scheduled meeting.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 57 FY 2020-21 Legal Representation Services Contracts (Ordinance S-46815) Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into contracts with legal services providers to provide legal representation services to indigent defendants in Phoenix Municipal Court for fiscal year (FY) 2020-21. Further request authorization for the City Controller to disburse funds pursuant to the contracts in the total amount not to exceed 3,578,236.
Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, legal, contract, services, administrator, manager, poverty, and court

Summary The Public Defender's Office, through its contract holders, provides legal representation service to indigent individuals charged with criminal offenses in Phoenix Municipal Court. These services are provided in Phoenix Municipal Court courtrooms, and 365 days a year at the Fourth Avenue Jail.

Tagged Interests: legal, contract, services, poverty, jail, and court

Procurement Information On June 3, 2020 the City of Phoenix Public Defender Review Committee met to review resumes and applications of attorneys and legal support service providers for provision of legal defense services in Phoenix Municipal Court. The review process included applications from current contract holders as well as individuals seeking to obtain a contract for the first time. The Committee approved a list of those who meet the minimum qualification requirements and who would be eligible for consideration for a contract. The approved list contains more names than available contracts due to the necessity of having attorneys available should an unexpected opening occur during the course of the contract year. This procedure facilitates continuity in providing legal services and minimizes delay in processing and resolution of cases.

Tagged Interests: legal, contract, procedure, services, purchasing, and court

Contract Term Contract period is one year starting July 1, 2020, and ends June 30, 2021.

Financial Impact These contracts will have a financial impact of up to 3,578,236. Funds are available in the office's operating budget.

Tagged Interests: funding, finance, budget, and contract

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Karen Peters and the Public Defender's Office.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 58 Intergovernmental Agreement with Arizona Department of Water Resources to Conduct a Multifamily Home Water Use Study (Ordinance S-46784) Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) with the Arizona Department of Water Resources (ADWR) to conduct a Multifamily Home Water Use Study (Study). Further request to authorize the City Treasurer to accept, and the City Controller to disburse, all funds related to this item. The total financial impact to the City for this IGA is 280,000.
Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, finance, utility, Utility, water, Treasurer, administrator, manager, TREASURER, and intergovernmental

Summary The Study will continue a partnership with ADWR that seeks to understand and evaluate residential water demand trends. It is important to understand water use trends among our various customer types, so that better water demand models can be developed. These models are used to forecast necessary infrastructure needs, drought management and effects on public health.

The Study is the second phase of a project studying water use in residential homes and will focus on the indoor and outdoor water use trends in the multifamily sector. Information from the Study will also be used to better understand this customer segment and its associated water use patterns, so that improved projections of its future demands and wastewater generation can be developed for the Water and Wastewater Master Infrastructure Plans. The funding from ADWR will allow the City to hire a consultant to conduct water audits/data sampling for various multifamily properties in Phoenix. The City, in turn, will analyze this data and combine it with additional water billing data and information obtained from aerial imagery on outdoor landscapes and provide a detailed report on multifamily home water use. The first phase of this project was a study focused on indoor and outdoor water use trends in the single-family sector. The phase one study was completed in partnership with ADWR, the City of Glendale and the Town of Gilbert. That project resulted in information that has since been used across Arizona to assist in understanding the important drivers of indoor and outdoor water use for the single-family sector. Page 87 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 58
Tagged Interests: funding, health, sewer, utility, Utility, services, water, buildings and grounds, and audit

Contract Term The IGA's term will not exceed three years, commencing upon signature and terminating three years after the commencing date.

Tagged Interests: contract

Financial Impact The total estimated cost of the Study is 469,000. ADWR will provide 189,000 to the City to fund a portion of the study. The City will provide 150,000 in funding and 130,000 of in-kind services for a total of 280,000 to cover for equipment, analysis, reporting and other services.

Tagged Interests: funding, equipment, finance, and services

Funding is available in the Water Services Department s operating budget.

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Tagged Interests: funding, budget, utility, Utility, services, and water

Concurrence/Previous Council Action The City Council approved the Multicity Single-Family Water-Use Study IGA 143937 (Ordinance S-42954) on Oct. 19, 2016.

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Tagged Interests: ordinance, council, utility, Utility, and water

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Karen Peters and the Water Services Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 59 On-Site Training Services for Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) Operator Certification Program (Ordinance S-46791) Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into an agreement with Rural Water Association of Arizona (RWAA) to provide on-site training services for Water Services Department (WSD) employees to prepare for the Operator Certification examinations. Further request to authorize execution of amendments to the agreement as necessary within the Council-approved expenditure authority and for the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item. The total agreement value will not exceed 210,000. Summary The purpose of this contract is to provide on-site, face-to-face training for WSD employees to prepare for the Operator Certification examination. ADEQ requires certification for job classifications involving operations that include decision making and water testing for drinking water and wastewater systems. The Contractor's services include, but are not limited to, hands-on training, visual aids, and exam preparation such as tests and quizzes.
Tagged Interests: contractor, funding, rural, ordinance, construction, council, sewer, utility, Utility, contract, services, program, water, environment, training, administrator, and manager

Procurement Information The selection was made using an Invitation for Bid procurement process in accordance with City of Phoenix Administrative Regulation 3.10.

Selected Vendor: Rural Water Association of Arizona
Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, regulation, rural, utility, Utility, water, purchasing, and selection

Contract Term The term of the agreement is five years and will begin on July 1, 2020.

Tagged Interests: contract

Financial Impact The agreement value for RWAA will not exceed 210,000. Funding is available in the Water Services Department's operating budget.

Tagged Interests: funding, finance, budget, utility, Utility, services, and water

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Karen Peters and the Water Services Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 60 Award for Redevelopment of Deck Park Vista Apartments (Ordinance S-46804) Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into a contract with Native American Connections, Inc. (NAC) for the redevelopment of Deck Park Vista Apartments and to take all actions and execute all documents to effectuate all agreements required to complete the redevelopment project, with the Housing Department serving as co-developer. Further request authorization for the City Treasurer to accept and the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item. There is no impact to the General Fund. Summary On April 17, 2019, the Housing Department received City Council approval to issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the redevelopment of Deck Park Vista Apartments to address a critical need for affordable and workforce housing in the Downtown Core. The dire need for affordable and workforce housing was outlined in a January 2019 presentation of a comprehensive analysis of multi-family housing in the Central City by the Community and Economic Development Department at the Planning and Economic Development (PED) Subcommittee meeting. Additionally, at a May 2020 Land Use and Livability (LUL) Subcommittee meeting, the Housing Department presented an update on the City's Affordable Housing Initiative highlighting Phoenix's shortage of 163,067 housing units based on a gap analysis of the current housing need and the available housing stock.
Tagged Interests: rfp, planning, RFP, funding, ordinance, council, economic development, development, contract, downtown, parks, Development, Treasurer, administrator, manager, TREASURER, workforce, and housing

Deck Park Vista Apartments is a 56-unit affordable rental property located on two acres at 1125 N. 3rd St. The property falls within the Downtown Core, and is zoned as Downtown Core-Evans Churchill East Character Area. This zoning provides entitlement for more density and height, and provides guidance for character area design and first floor commercial activation. The proposed redevelopment will consist of demolishing the existing 56 units and building a new 201-unit mixed income community that takes advantage of the property s entitlements. Of the 201 units, 126 will be affordable and 75 will be workforce. Fifty-six of the 126 affordable units will be Section 8 Project-Based Vouchers (PBV) to replace the current senior housing units. Existing residents will be temporarily relocated, at the Housing Department s expense, and have first right of return to the new development using the Section 8 PBVs. A few of the proposed amenities for the new development include comprehensive supportive

Page 90 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 60 services provided by NAC, first floor commercial space, a secured interior courtyard, fitness center, and security cameras throughout the property. Construction is anticipated to begin in October 2021 and the project will be completed in Fall 2023. The Housing Department, working with its co-development partner NAC, seeks authorization to proceed with all actions necessary or appropriate to redevelop the Deck Park Vista site including the following:
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, construction, security, development, zoning, downtown, services, parks, Development, rental, property, commercial, workforce, and housing

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Demolish existing structures and relocate resident households following applicable Uniform Relocation Requirements.

2. Form a new city-controlled non-profit corporation with the Housing Director to serve as sole incorporator, with names and governance documents as approved by the City Manager or his designee. 3. Form a new corporate entity or entities, of which the corporation will be a member and co-developer for the Project, to serve as the ownership entity(ies) for the site. 4. Procure and/or engage in funding transactions to finance the redevelopment, including submitting applications and accepting awards of Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC), seeking a LIHTC equity investor, and obtaining other grants and/or loans for the Project.

Tagged Interests: nonprofit, funding, grant, finance, taxes, Taxes, administrator, manager, and housing

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Provide financial guarantees to investors or lenders to assure completion and loan repayment if necessary to obtain financing, provided that any guaranty may only be paid from any developer fees to be paid to the new corporation.

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Appropriate and expend up to 500,000 in Affordable Housing Funds to assist with relocation expenses, environmental costs and other predevelopment costs.

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Appropriate, expend and disburse up to 1 million in federal HOME Investment Partnerships Program funds to provide gap funding for housing redevelopment.

8. Convey or grant fee title or a lesser interest in all or any portion of the site to the Corporations, LLCs, public utilities, and other third parties as necessary to facilitate financing, redevelopment, and operations. 9. Allocate 56 Section 8 PBVs, amend HUD Annual Plan(s), and enter into associated contracts or agreements, as necessary to facilitate financing, redevelopment, and operations.
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, utility, Utility, contract, program, investment, and housing

10.Procure, execute, and submit or deliver all contracts, documents and instruments necessary for the financing, redevelopment and operation of the property.

11.Use and expend the proceeds of any grants, loans and other financing and funding sources to carry out the redevelopment, capital improvements and operations.

Tagged Interests: funding, grant, capital spending, contract, Capital Spending, and property

12.Take other action necessary or appropriate to develop, implement, and operate all phases of the Deck Park Vista redevelopment.

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Procurement Information The RFP was issued and posted on the City's solicitation website in accordance with

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Phoenix City Code 43-14 for Competitive Sealed Proposals on Jan. 8, 2020. A notification was sent to additional vendors registered with the Housing Department to receive notices and companies registered in Supplier Relationship Management.

Three proposals were received by the due date of March 6, 2020 at 3 p.m. and evaluated by a panel comprised of City staff from the Housing and Public Transit departments, and one non-City staff from Downtown Phoenix, Inc. The proposals were evaluated on a 1,000-point scale, and were scored based on the following criteria: Proposed Development; Proposed City Commitment and Benefit to the City; Proposer Qualifications, Experience and Financial Capacity; and Proposed Project Timeline. The evaluation panel scored the proposals as follows:
Tagged Interests: finance, development, downtown, Public Transit, Development, and housing

Native American Connections, Inc.: 838 Synergy, Incorporated: 762 Gorman Company, LLC: 725

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Based on these scores, the evaluation panel recommended award to Native American Connections, Inc. scoring 838 points out of 1,000 possible points.

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Financial Impact Funding is available in the Affordable Housing Fund. There is no impact to the General Fund.

Tagged Interests: funding, finance, and housing

Concurrence/Previous Council Action On Feb. 5, 2019, information on the opportunity for redevelopment of Deck Park

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Vista was presented at the PED Subcommittee for information and discussion only. On April 2, 2019, the issuance of an RFP was recommended for approval at the

PED Subcommittee meeting by a vote of 4-0. On April 17, 2019, the City Council approved the request to issue the RFP.

Tagged Interests: rfp, RFP, and council

Public Outreach Staff held multiple onsite meetings with residents to discuss the potential redevelopment of Deck Park Vista. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) were gathered and posted with answers in the lobby of the property throughout the process. As additional questions arose, the FAQs were updated, distributed to households, and posted in the lobby for residents to view. Prior to seeking authorization to issue the RFP, staff held an onsite meeting on Oct. 18, 2019 to discuss the anticipated issuance and timeline. On May 13, 2020, Housing Department staff and Council District 8 personnel distributed a fact sheet to residents containing details of the recommended proposal and next steps.

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Location 1125 N. 3rd St. Council District: 8

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Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Mario Paniagua and the Housing Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 61

First Things First Family Resource Centers (Ordinance S-46819)

Request City Council approval to increase funding and exercise the second option to extend an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) 148132 with First Things First to support Phoenix Families First Resource Centers in current City facilities. The new annual contract amount will not exceed 675,000, for an aggregate total not to exceed 2,500,000, for the life of the contract. Further request authorization for the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item.
Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, council, contract, and intergovernmental

Summary The Human Services Department and Youth and Education Office entered into an intergovernmental agreement with First Things First in July 2018 to create four Family Resource Centers in current City facilities controlled by the Library, Housing and Parks and Recreation departments. The Phoenix Families First Resource Centers increase families' access to concrete support and services in times of need; improve knowledge of parenting and child development; foster parental resilience and successfully connect families to support in the community; and promote social and emotional competence in children.

Tagged Interests: development, services, parks, Development, education, intergovernmental, youth, library, recreation, and housing

Based on the continued challenge of recruiting and retaining part-time staff, the city proposed to First Things First to convert current part-time positions to full-time, grant- funded positions. The funding will provide two full-time positions per Family Resource Center site to help families access resources and services and offer referrals to programs designed to meet their diverse needs. First Things First site councils approved on May 14, 2020 to increase the contractual amount to 675,000 per year starting July 1, 2020.

Tagged Interests: funding, grant, council, services, and program

Contract Term The approved contract term started July 1, 2018, with three one-year options to renew.

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Financial Impact The new contractual, grant-funded amount of 675,000 will support staff, supplies, and site costs for implementing Family Resource Centers in City facilities.

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Concurrence/Previous Council Action The contract was approved by Formal Council action on April 4, 2018.

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Locations Goelet A Beuff Community Center - 3435 W. Pinnacle Peak Road Burton Barr Central Library - 1221 N. Central Ave. Cesar Chavez Library - 3635 W. Baseline Road Aeroterra Housing Community - 675 N. 16th St. Council Districts: 1, 7, and 8

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Tagged Interests: road, council, streets, community center, library, and housing

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Assistant City Manager Deanna Jonovich, the Human Services Department and Youth and Education Office.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 62 Request to Issue a Request for Proposals for ARIZONA@WORK City of Phoenix One-Stop Operator Services Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) for ARIZONA@WORK City of Phoenix One-Stop Operator Services. There is no impact to the General Fund with this action. Summary The City of Phoenix Community and Economic Development Department, on behalf of the Phoenix Business and Workforce Development Board (Board), is seeking a Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) One-Stop Operator to coordinate integrated workforce and employment services at the City's three American Job Centers in compliance with all federal WIOA regulations. The successful proposer will serve as a liaison to the required one-stop system partners and manage customer flow at the job centers. The current contract for these services expires June 30, 2021. The Board is a local workforce development board established by federal law through the WIOA. The Board consists of representation from local businesses, education, and community-based partners working to address and solve workforce and economic development issues in the greater Phoenix community. The Board serves as a strategic leader and convener of local workforce development system and stakeholders, and partners with employers and the public to develop policies and investments to support the workforce system strategies and regional approaches. These include local and regional sector partnerships, career pathways, and high- quality service delivery approaches.
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With approval, staff anticipates issuing a RFP in the fall 2020 for ARIZONA@WORK City of Phoenix One-Stop Operator Services. Each proposer will be required to have three years experience coordinating integrated workforce and employment services among at least three distinct programs or partners.

Responsive proposals will be evaluated by a panel based on the following criteria (possible points 1,000): 1. Proposer's Qualifications and Experience (0 - 300 points) 2. Assigned Staff's Qualifications and Experience (0 - 275 points) Page 96 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 62
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Approach to Scope of Work (0 - 225 points) 4. Proposed Budget (0 - 200 points)

The contract resulting from this solicitation will have a term of one year, with three one- year renewal options.

Tagged Interests: budget, contract, and solicitation

Financial Impact There is no impact to the General Fund as a result of this action.

Location ARIZONA@WORK City of Phoenix West Job Center 3406 N. 51st Ave.
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ARIZONA@WORK City of Phoenix North Job Center 9801 N. 7th Ave.

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ARIZONA@WORK City of Phoenix South Job Center 4635 S. Central Ave.

Council Districts: 3, 5, and 7

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Concurrence/Previous Council Action The Phoenix Business and Workforce Development Board approved issuing this solicitation at its May 14, 2020 meeting.

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Responsible Department This item is submitted by Assistant City Manager Deanna Jonovich and the Community and Economic Development Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 63

Authorization to Enter into Development Agreement with PennyMac Loan Services (Ordinance S-46808)

Request authorization for the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into a Development Agreement, and to execute any other instruments or documents necessary with Private National Mortgage Acceptance Company, LLC, a Delaware Limited Liability Company DBA PennyMac Loan Services. Further request the City Controller to disburse funds in an amount not to exceed 374,000 with this action. Funding is available in the Strategic Economic Development Fund. Summary After a search involving multiple states and regions, PennyMac Loan Services (PennyMac) expressed its desire to expand its presence in Phoenix. PennyMac, is the third largest non-bank correspondent lender in the U.S., and acquires newly originated loans from small banks and independent originators as well as provides retail lending and loan servicing. Founded in 2008, PennyMac is headquartered in Thousand Oaks, California, and has more than 4,000 employees across the country. Capital investment from PennyMac's expansion into Phoenix will be nearly 10 million in an approximate 60,000 square foot facility, and will result in up to 374 new jobs to be phased in from 2021-2025 with an average annual salary of 104,000 including commissions and bonus. The City recognizes the resulting substantial economic impacts to the City and region from PennyMac's expansion into Phoenix. Phoenix is one of the largest financial services job markets in the U.S. To remain competitive on a national level and ensure quality financial services positions are created in Phoenix, the terms of a Development Agreement (DA) are as follows:
Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, recognition, finance, facility, market, expansion, economic development, strategic, boards and commissions, development, services, Development, investment, administrator, manager, jobs, and job creation

PennyMac agrees to expand its organization into the City of Phoenix. PennyMac intends to create up to 374 additional new jobs within five years of

entering the DA. The City realizes 374 jobs is a program model estimate and this DA is not contingent upon the exact total job creation. The City will provide 1,000 to PennyMac for each net new employee earning an annual wage exceeding 50,000 including bonus and commission in their second year of employment. If the jobs are not created in the specified timeline, the City will Page 98 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 63 not be obligated to pay. Entering into the DA and participation in the job creation fund does not preclude

Tagged Interests: boards and commissions, program, employment, jobs, and job creation

PennyMac from working with the City's Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) Program or any other local and/or State program.

The DA may contain other terms and conditions deemed necessary by City staff.

Tagged Interests: program and workforce

Financial Impact The total contract amount will not exceed 374,000 over a five-year period. Funding is available in the Strategic Economic Development Fund.

Location PennyMac is conducting due diligence for a location within Phoenix and will be identified before entering into a Development Agreement.
Tagged Interests: funding, finance, economic development, strategic, development, contract, and Development

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Assistant City Manager Deanna Jonovich and the Community and Economic Development Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 64 Amend Business Terms for Phoenix Central Station at 300 N. Central Ave. (Ordinance S-46813) Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to amend the approved business terms for entering into a development agreement, ground lease, easements, and other agreements as necessary (collectively, the Agreements) with Electric Red Ventures, LLC (Developer) for a transit-oriented development project at the City-owned Central Station Transit Center located at 300 N. Central Ave. (Site). Also, request an exception pursuant to Phoenix City Code section 42-20 to include indemnification and assumption of liability provisions where necessary in the transaction documents that would otherwise be prohibited by Phoenix City Code section 42-18. Further request authorization for the City Controller to disburse funds related to this item.
Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, business, leasing, development, electric, Development, administrator, manager, and easement

Summary In April 2019, City Council authorized business terms proposed by the Community and Economic Development Department (CEDD) and Public Transit Department (PTD) to enter into agreements with the Developer to redevelop the Central Station Transit Center.

The Developer's originally proposed project, comprised of two towers with 1.1 million square feet of development with an estimated investment of 231 million, includes the following: Tower One: 30-story high-rise with 300 apartments, a 150-room Intercontinental Hotel, and 35,000 square feet of office space on the southeast portion of the Site;

Tagged Interests: business, council, economic development, development, hotel, cell tower, Public Transit, Cell tower, Development, and investment

Tower Two: 18-story building that includes student housing and 9,000 square feet of space for the replacement of PTD's current office space on the west side of the Site;

45,000 square feet of ground-floor restaurant, retail, and grocery uses; and Both towers to sit on top of three floors of underground parking.

Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, grocery, restaurants, cell tower, Cell tower, parking, and housing

Since City Council authorization, the Developer has performed additional due diligence at the Site to determine the full feasibility of the proposed project. Through its due diligence, the Developer has identified the following unusual public infrastructure challenges that need to be resolved to develop the Site:

Page 100 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 64 Arizona Public Service (APS) electrical equipment serving Civic Space Park is located within the Site; Underground vault containing City fiber is located within Van Buren Street adjacent to the Site;

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Parks and Recreation Department shade structure is encroaching on the Site; Traffic signals serving the current transit center are located on the Site and must be

temporarily relocated during construction; and Temporary relocation of PTD s bus operations will cause an impact to parking

Tagged Interests: construction, Public Transit, traffic, parking, and recreation

meters near the Site.

In addition to the above Site challenges, the COVID-19 pandemic has created economic challenges for the project, particularly for the planned Intercontinental Hotel. The Developer has communicated that the hotel component of the project cannot be financed under current economic conditions. Despite these challenges, the Developer wishes to move forward with the project without a hotel use. The Developer has continued to work in good faith with the City as noted by the design progress and upcoming submittal to the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) for a Joint Development Project Formal Review and Approval. FTA s review must be completed prior to the City entering into the development agreement and ground lease with the Developer. With respect to the economic challenges described, and in order to maintain project feasibility, City staff and the Developer have negotiated the following business-term modifications, which will be incorporated into the development agreement and related ground lease:
Tagged Interests: coronavirus, business, finance, leasing, development, hotel, and Development

Removal of hotel use from the project; Inclusion of an additional 65 multi-family residential rental units for a total of 364

Tagged Interests: hotel and rental

units, with five percent of the total units designated as workforce housing; Inclusion of an additional 38,000 square feet of office space, for a total of

approximately 70,000 square feet; and Removal of one level of underground parking from the project, resulting in a total of two underground parking levels to be constructed. The removal of the hotel component and additional multi-family units will result in an increased height of Tower One (East Tower) to 32 stories; an increase in the height of Tower Two (West Tower) to 22 stories; and a reduction in the gross square footage, now estimated at 973,000 square feet of development amongst the two towers. The Page 101 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 64
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total project investment has increased by 44 million for a total of 275 million.

With respect to the public infrastructure challenges, City staff and the Developer have negotiated the following modifications to the business terms: APS power relocation: Developer shall pay APS and contractors directly, as necessary, for costs associated with the relocation of APS equipment to Civic Space Park, with an estimated cost of 500,000. Underground telecom vault shoring: Developer shall pay for direct costs to shore and stabilize the City s vault to avoid relocation, with an estimated cost of 100,000. APS/underground vault work: City shall reimburse Developer for APS and/or underground vault work at an amount not to exceed 600,000. Any costs incurred beyond this amount shall be borne solely by Developer. Shade structure: City will pay to remove the Parks and Recreation Department's shade structure at the southeast corner of Civic Space Park at a cost not to exceed 10,000. Traffic signal relocation: City will reimburse Developer an amount not to exceed 20,000 to design temporary traffic signals at the Site. Developer shall pay for the design and installation of a permanent traffic signal. Parking meter obligations: Parking meter fees under Phoenix City Code section 36- 31.2(A) will be waived for three impacted parking meters upon City Council authorization. Indemnification/assumption of liability: City to obtain an exception pursuant to Phoenix City Code section 42-20 to include indemnification and assumption of liability provisions where necessary in the transaction documents that would otherwise be prohibited by Phoenix City Code section 42-18.
Tagged Interests: contractor, impact fee, construction, business, equipment, council, Telecommunications, telecommunications, investment, traffic, parking, and recreation

City staff also recommends extending the time period from City Council authorization to enter into a development agreement and the related ground lease from 8 months to 18 months. Following FTA review and approval, staff anticipates entering into the development agreement and related ground lease prior to the expected construction this fall.

Upon approval of these amended business terms, staff will incorporate the changes into the proposed agreements with the Developer. Other than the changes referenced above, all other terms and conditions of the development agreement, ground lease, and other agreements shall remain the same.

Tagged Interests: construction, business, council, leasing, development, and Development

Financial Impact The total reimbursement to the Developer for costs associated with Site challenges

Page 102 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 64 noted above will not exceed 630,000. Funding is available in the Downtown Community Reinvestment Fund beginning in Fiscal Year 2020-21. Staff expects the construction sales tax revenue to offset the expected short-term revenue loss to the General Fund realized from the three impacted parking meters. As previously agreed, Developer will pay the sum of 170.2 million to the City's PTD over the term of the land lease. Concurrence/Previous Council Action On April 17, 2019, City Council approved the project (Ordinance S-45566). Location 300 N. Central Ave. Council District: 7
Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, construction, finance, council, leasing, sale, taxes, Taxes, downtown, and parking

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Assistant City Manager Deanna Jonovich, Deputy City Managers Mario Paniagua and Toni Maccarone, and the Community and Economic Development, Public Transit, Street Transportation, and Parks and Recreation departments.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 65

Issuance of Lease Revenue Bonds (ASU Preparatory Academy Project), Series 2020 (Resolution 21842)

Request City Council approval for the issuance of Lease Revenue Bonds (ASU Preparatory Academy Project), Series 2020, to be issued in one or more tax-exempt and or taxable series in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed 8,000,000. Summary Request City Council adoption of a resolution granting approval of the proceedings under which The Industrial Development Authority of the City of Phoenix, Ariz., (the Phoenix IDA ) has previously resolved to issue up to 8,000,000 of Lease Revenue Bonds (the Revenue Bonds ) to CPLC South Phoenix Charter Schools Holding, LLC (the Borrower ), an Arizona limited liability company whose sole member is Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc., a nonprofit corporation and exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, for the purpose of assisting the Borrower in;
Tagged Interests: nonprofit, grant, council, leasing, taxes, Taxes, development, industrial, bond, Development, education, Charter Schools, and charter schools

(a) financing, refinancing or reimbursing, as applicable, the costs of acquiring, constructing, improving and equipping, as applicable, certain charter school facilities to be owned by the Borrower and operated by ASU Preparatory Academy, an Arizona nonprofit corporation, in connection with its charter school operations, specifically (i) land and a building located at 5610 S. Central Ave., Phoenix, Arizona, and (ii) land and a building located at 4441, 4447 and 4453 S. 12th St., Phoenix, Arizona;

(b) funding any required reserves; and (c) paying costs and expenses incurred in connection therewith.

Tagged Interests: nonprofit, Homebuilder, funding, education, Charter Schools, school operations, and charter schools

Concurrence/Previous Council Action The Phoenix IDA Board has previously resolved to issue the Revenue Bonds at its meeting held on May 29, 2020.

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Tagged Interests: council, boards and commissions, and bond

Location The Central Avenue site serves as a middle school campus and is located within

Page 104 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 65 Phoenix City Council District 7. The 12th Street site serves as a high school campus and is located in Phoenix City Council District 8. Both sites are to be leased to ASU Preparatory Academy. With the exception of certain housing bonds, the Phoenix IDA can finance projects located anywhere in Arizona. In addition, the Phoenix IDA may issue bonds to finance projects outside of Arizona, if the out-of-state project provides a benefit within the State.
Tagged Interests: finance, council, leasing, sites, streets, bond, education, and housing

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Assistant City Manager Milton Dohoney, Jr.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 66

Approval of Grant for Neighborhood Cooling Initiative (Ordinance S-46818)

Requests City Council to retroactively authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to apply for and, if successful, receive and disburse funds from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Global Ideas for U.S. Solutions: Cities Taking Action to Address Health, Equity, and Climate Change. Further request authorization for the City Treasurer to accept and for the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item to participating City departments and to co-applicants of the grant including Arizona State University (ASU); Maricopa County Department of Public Health; the cities of Tempe, Mesa, and Avondale: Retail, Arts, Innovation Livability Community Development Corporation (RAIL CDC); and Trees Matter, to fulfill the requirements of the grant.
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, health, ordinance, council, arts, development, transportation, environment, trees, Development, university, Treasurer, administrator, manager, TREASURER, foundation, neighborhood, and community development

Summary Robert Wood Johnson Foundation released a call for proposals through C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group for Global Ideas for U.S. Solutions: Cities Taking Action to Address Health, Equity, and Climate Change . The call offers grants of up to 600,000 for U.S. cities to replicate solutions from the global community. The City worked with local organizations to develop a concept referred to in the application as Quarter to Cool - to increase the number of cooling resources in selected vulnerable neighborhoods in the cities of Phoenix, Mesa, Tempe and Avondale, while building social capital among residents and fostering innovation in heat governance at the municipal and regional level. The goal is to have at least one cooling resource available in project neighborhoods within one quarter mile of any location. This information will be made available on the Maricopa Healthy app, managed by the Maricopa County Department of Public Health.

The intent of this initiative is to increase cooling resources in a culturally and contextually appropriate manner to help reduce heat illness and death, reduce other chronic diseases by creating healthy and safe communities, promote healthy behaviors like walking, and foster overall improvements that support a culture of health. Cooling features include examples such as drinking water fountains, structured shade and awnings, natural shade, community parks, gardens, designated cooling centers, stormwater features, trees, and pop-up parks. The project will draw from and build upon a Heat Action Planning Process that team members collaboratively Page 106 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 66 developed with community-based organizations and residents over the past few years. Adapting the concept used by the City of Paris to the chronically-hot American Southwest, the project's Heat Action Planning Process leverages social capital and community projects to address urban heat. The initiative will have three phases, starting with selection of project neighborhoods and mapping of existing cooling resources at the neighborhood and city scales to understand the existing infrastructure and strategize development and implementation of new cooling elements. This mapping effort, based on lists of cooling resources extracted from local, national, and international guidance documents, will allow city governments to identify areas lacking cooling elements. Cooling resource maps will be confirmed and enhanced for the four selected neighborhoods with resident engagement including workshops and a participatory science campaign. This phase will result in newly available comprehensive cooling maps. Phase 2 will leverage residents expertise about their specific communities and cooling needs to prioritize gaps in cooling resources and optimal strategies to fill those gaps. It will incorporate a participatory geodesign process to systematically work toward optimal cooling solutions with respect to location and strategy in each neighborhood. This phase of the project will include small-scale demonstration projects in each neighborhood that will help catalyze thinking and encourage continued participation.
Tagged Interests: Homebuilder, planning, grant, health, strategic, utility, development, Utility, water, environment, parks, trees, Development, foundation, selection, neighborhood, stormwater, and behavior

Phase 3 will bring the Quarter To Cool concept to life. City governments and community-based organizations (CBOs) will work together to implement at least one cooling solution that emerged from the Phase 2 workshops in each selected neighborhood. The project budget intentionally includes only a portion of the anticipated costs for implementation to facilitate learning among the network of project participants related to fundraising for cooling solutions. During this phase, the project team will produce a Quarter To Cool Action Guide that will be broadly disseminated, describing the project approach, outcomes, and evaluation.

Quarter To Cool will involve a high level of community engagement in all three phases. Resident engagement will include pre- and post-intervention surveys, asset mapping workshops, geodesign (participatory location selection) workshops, and participation in demonstration projects and solution implementation. The key outputs that will emerge from this work are maps of cooling resources at the neighborhood and city scale, cooling site availability on the Maricopa Healthy app, demonstration projects and installation of permanent cooling solutions in four heat- vulnerable neighborhoods, and a Quarter To Cool action guide for cities that can compel action beyond this individual project. Page 107 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 66 The initial application was submitted May 28, 2020 but short-listed cities will be invited to submit further details in July. The granting agency anticipates notifying winning applicants on or about Aug. 31, 2020, with an expected project completion date of Sept. 30, 2022.

Tagged Interests: grant, budget, selection, fundraising, and neighborhood

Financial Impact The amount requested for this proposal is 330,000. No City funds are required or committed as part of this proposal, however, existing City budgets in Streets, Parks, and Neighborhood Services could, in theory, be leveraged, where applicable, for relevant activities such as tree planting, home weatherization, or changes to the streetscape in participating neighborhoods.

Tagged Interests: funding, finance, streets, budget, services, streetscape, plant, parks, trees, and neighborhood

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Karen Peters and the Office of Sustainability.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 67 Request to Apply for and Accept Federal Fiscal Year 2019 Fire Prevention and Safety (FP S) Grant Program Funds (Ordinance S-46801)
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, ordinance, and program

Request to retroactively authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to apply for, and accept, if awarded, up to 75,670 from federal fiscal year (FFY) 2019 Fire Prevention and Safety (FP S) Grant Program, to fund respirators for Fire Investigators. Further request authorization for the City Treasurer to accept, and for the City Controller to disburse, all funds related to this item. If not approved, the grant would be turned down.

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Tagged Interests: funding, grant, program, Treasurer, administrator, manager, and TREASURER

Summary The FP S Program, administered through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), is intended to help the nation's fire service by providing vital funds to local fire departments across the country. The primary goal of the program is to fund projects that are designed to reach high-risk target groups and mitigate the incidence of death and injuries caused by fire and fire-related deaths by assisting fire prevention programs and supporting firefighter health and safety research and development. The objective of the FFY 2019 FP S Grant Program is for grantees to carry out fire prevention education and training, fire code enforcement, fire/arson investigation, firefighter safety and health programming, prevention efforts, and research and development.

This project will purchase respirators and filters for Fire Investigators. The funds will be utilized to purchase powered air purifying respirators (PAPR), replacement filters and extra batteries for the respirators. The total cost for this project is 75,670 with a city match of around 3,603.
Tagged Interests: funding, grant, health, grocery, development, fire departments and districts, risk, program, emergency, purchasing, training, Development, education, FEMA, codes enforcement, and building codes

Since 2008, the Fire Department has received more than 100,000 in FP S funding for local grants. In previous years, the Fire Department has received funding for High Rise Floor Warden Training, Tablets and Printers for Fire Inspectors, and Smoke Detectors for community outreach.

Tagged Interests: funding, grant, fire departments and districts, and training

Procurement Information The Fire Department will administer the grant in accordance with Administrative Regulation 3.10.

Page 109 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 67 Contract Term The two-year grant Period of Performance is projected to begin on or around July 1, 2020.
Tagged Interests: grant, regulation, contract, fire departments and districts, performance, and purchasing

Financial Impact The grant is anticipated to have a five percent required cost match; funds are available in the Fire Department's operating budget.

Tagged Interests: funding, grant, finance, budget, and fire departments and districts

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Assistant City Manager Milton Dohoney, Jr. and the Fire Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 68

Amend Ordinance with Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation to Authorize Exceptions to Phoenix Code Section 42-18 - Indemnification and Liability Provisions (Ordinance S-46810)

Request the City Council amend Ordinance S-46540 to enter into contract with Northrop Grumman for the Fire Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) Upgrade subject to contract provisions and requesting waiver of Phoenix Code section 42-18.

Tagged Interests: ordinance, council, 911, contract, and public safety

Summary Ordinance S-46540, adopted on April 15, 2020, authorized the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into contract with Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation for the Fire Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) Upgrade for the Phoenix Fire Department (PFD). Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation has taken exception to the indemnification and liability provisions in the contract. PFD is seeking an exception to Phoenix Code 42-18 in allowing for mutual indemnification against any and all claims, demands, suits, actions, proceedings, judgments, losses, damages, injuries, penalties, costs, expenses (including reasonable attorneys fees, both inside and outside counsel) and liabilities, of, by or with respect to third parties, which arise from the intentional misconduct or negligence of either party, its employees, agents or subcontractors. Further, with respect to any and all claims demands, suits, actions, proceedings, judgments, losses, damages, injuries, penalties, costs, expenses (including reasonable attorneys fees, both inside and outside counsel) and liabilities, of, by or with respect to third parties, which arise from the joint or concurrent negligence of the Contractor and Indemnitee, each party shall assume responsibility in proportion to the degree of its respective fault. Additionally, PFD is seeking an exception to Phoenix Code 42-18 in allowing a limitation of damages to three times the Agreement value; and a waiver of indirect damages.

All other provisions of Ordinance S-46540 will remain the same.

Tagged Interests: contractor, impact fee, ordinance, construction, legal, 911, contract, public safety, fire departments and districts, administrator, and manager

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Assistant City Manager Milton Dohoney, Jr. and the Fire Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 69 Authorization to Apply for, Accept and Enter into Agreements for High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Grant Funds (Ordinance S-46803) Request authorization for the City Manager, or his designee, to allow the Police Department to enter into various agreements with the Office of National Drug Control Policy and the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office for up to 2,500,000 in funding through the 2021-22 High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA). Further request authorization for the City Treasurer to accept and for the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item.
Tagged Interests: drugs, funding, grant, ordinance, public safety, Treasurer, administrator, manager, TREASURER, and policy

Summary The Police Department has applied for and accepted HIDTA funds annually for more than 13 years. Historically, HIDTA funds are used to support and enhance the Police Department's Drug Enforcement Bureau's investigations into illegal narcotic distribution enterprises in the Phoenix area and throughout Arizona. These complex investigations usually involve partnerships with other local, state and federal law enforcement agencies. The investigations focus on identifying and disrupting drug organizations, most of which have connections with the Mexican and Columbian drug cartels.

The Arizona Alliance Planning Committee HIDTA Executive Board makes all of the HIDTA funding decisions. The Police Department is requesting approval to accept funds and enter into various agreements for any HIDTA funds made available during the funding period. Funding reimburses the City for salary, overtime, 15 percent of the associated fringe benefits and operational supplies associated with the drug trafficking investigations. Contract Term Two years beginning Jan. 1, 2021 through Dec. 31, 2022.
Tagged Interests: drugs, planning, funding, boards and commissions, contract, public safety, and Immigration

Financial Impact Permission is requested to accept up to 2,500,000 through the various funding sources to receive HIDTA funds. Cost to the City is in-kind resources only.

Tagged Interests: funding and finance

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Assistant City Manager Milton Dohoney, Jr. and the Police Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 70 Intergovernmental Agreement for Regional Transit System Support Services for City of Scottsdale (Ordinance S-46806) Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) with the City of Scottsdale for Phoenix to provide technical services and support for the regional Computer Aided Dispatch/Automatic Vehicle Locator System (CAD/AVL) and transit scheduling software support for developing Scottsdale's bus schedules, as outlined in the IGA's technical requirements. Further request to authorize the City Treasurer to receive all funds related to this item. There is no cost to the City of Phoenix. Summary Phoenix's Public Transit Department manages and supports various transit technologies for transit operations across the region. Such technology includes systems such as CAD/AVL, the bus radio communications system, and the transit- specific scheduling and dispatch system (HASTUS). The department collaborates with various vendors and the Information Technology Services team to provide the latest technology for meeting the needs of all system users. This IGA establishes the requirements for Scottsdale to access and utilize Phoenix s systems and will set forth a framework for maintaining the integrity and security of all data and resources. Contract Term This agreement will expire 20 years from its effective date. The period of performance shall commence on or about July 1, 2020.
Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, radio, 911, security, contract, public safety, Public Transit, services, performance, Technology, communications, technology, Treasurer, administrator, manager, TREASURER, Communications, information technology, intergovernmental, and Information Technology

Financial Impact There is no cost to Phoenix. Scottsdale will pay Phoenix for the services provided to Scottsdale under this IGA. For the first year, the cost of services for Scottsdale is estimated at 81,000. For the remaining years under this IGA, Scottsdale will be provided with the estimated costs before the beginning of each fiscal year, and a final reconciliation of the actual costs will be completed after the end of each fiscal year.

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Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Mario Paniagua and the Public Transit Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 71

Purchase of Wild Land Fire Apparatus (Ordinance S-46796)

Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into an agreement with Redsky Fire Apparatus, LLC, to purchase a wild land fire apparatus. This item will have a one-time expenditure of 335,586. Further request authorization for the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item. Summary The City of Phoenix Fire Department is experiencing a 25 percent increase in wildfire calls from the same time last year. This is due to an above average precipitation during the fall and winter season of 2019. The wild land fire apparatus is a four-wheel drive unit with a 500-gallon water tank that provides greater ease and access for staff to battle wildfires. This brush fire unit is an essential purchase to address aged fleet in need of replacement. Purchase of the brush fire apparatus can be expedited with immediate access and delivery of this demonstration unit for the Fire Department.
Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, utility, Utility, fire departments and districts, water, purchasing, administrator, and manager

Procurement Information In accordance with Administrative Regulation 3.10, normal competition was waived, citing a determination memo - without competition.

Contract Term This agreement will begin on or about Council approval on June 24, 2020. Financial Impact This item will have a one-time expenditure of 335,586. Funds are available in the Fire Department's budget.

Tagged Interests: funding, regulation, finance, council, budget, contract, fire departments and districts, and purchasing

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Assistant City Manager Milton Dohoney, Jr., Deputy City Manager Karen Peters, and the Fire and Public Works departments.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 72

Amend Intergovernmental Agreement with Flood Control District of Maricopa County for 27th Avenue and Olney Avenue Storm Drain Project (Ordinance S- 46790)

Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to amend the Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) 148280 with the Flood Control District of Maricopa County (FCDMC) for the 27th Avenue and Olney Avenue Storm Drain Project. Further request authorization for the City Treasurer to accept, and the City Controller to disburse, all funds related to this item. The request is to amend the original IGA to increase the overall estimated cost of the project and to reflect the FCDMC's request to perform right of way and easement acquisition efforts for the project. Although the estimated project cost has increased, the City's anticipated costs will not exceed the 3 million authorized by previous Council action.

Tagged Interests: right of way, funding, ordinance, council, flooding, Treasurer, administrator, manager, TREASURER, RIGHT OF WAY, intergovernmental, and easement

Summary In late 2015, the FCDMC, in partnership with the City of Phoenix, initiated a study to update the Laveen Area Drainage Master Plan for the South Phoenix/Laveen area using mapping and comprehensive flood model software. One of the projects identified through that study effort was the 27th Avenue and Olney Avenue Storm Drain project. The storm drain project will construct a 72-inch diameter storm drain in Olney Avenue from about 24th Drive west to 27th Avenue, then north on 27th Avenue to the existing 27th Avenue and South Mountain Avenue regional basin. This storm drain would have inlets at multiple locations along Olney Avenue and 27th Avenue to intercept drainage, including a large inlet for the subdivision retention basin just south of the Western Canal. The FCDMC has been leading project development and the storm drain project is currently at the 90 percent design level.

The revised project cost estimate is 10.8 million, which is a 4.8 million increase from the original 6 million cost estimated in a planning level study. According to the FCDMC, the cost increase is due to the following: Higher construction costs associated with cost indices of construction components in the Phoenix Metro area, which have increased approximately 20 to 40 percent over the last four years. Construction zone access and egress is limited and includes shorter time-windows for construction due to existing residential and commercial properties along the Page 115 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 72 project corridor.

Tagged Interests: planning, construction, development, Public Transit, subdivision, watershed, flooding, Development, commercial, information technology, corridor, Information Technology, and stormwater

Financial Impact The terms of IGA 148280 between the City and the FCDMC include a joint cost share for project development, including design, right of way acquisition, temporary construction easements, utility relocations, storm drain construction, construction management, post design, materials testing, and other related costs necessary to implement the 27th Avenue and Olney Avenue Storm Drain Project.

Tagged Interests: right of way, construction, finance, utility, development, Utility, materials, Development, RIGHT OF WAY, and easement

The cost-share distribution between the City and the FCDMC will maintain an overall 50/50 cost share (the standard cost share for projects funded by FCDMC), which will be calculated across the following projects.

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Durango Regional Conveyance Channel (DRCC) Project. 2. South Phoenix/Laveen Area Drainage Projects. 3. Rawhide Wash Project.

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Tagged Interests: stormwater

The FCDMC and City entered into IGA 131924 for the 14 million DRCC project, and included a City contribution of 5.5 million. The DRCC project was recently completed and realized a savings of 2,559,206.32 to the City's approved contribution.

Although the revised 27th Avenue and Olney Avenue Storm Drain Project cost estimate has increased by 4.8 million from 6 million to 10.8 million, the City's 2.4 million share of that increase will be offset by the credits from the DRCC project cost savings. The FCDMC will apply the City's credit from the DRCC project to the City's 3 million contribution to the 27th Avenue and Olney Avenue Storm Drain project.

Concurrence/Previous Council Action The Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee recommended Council

approval to enter into IGA 148280 for the 27th Avenue and Olney Avenue Storm Drain project at its Feb. 13, 2018 meeting by a vote of 4-0. The City Council approved entering into IGA 148280 for the 27th Avenue and Olney Avenue Storm Drain Project on March 7, 2018 (Ordinance S-44314). The City Council approved Amendment 1 to IGA 148280 for the 27th Avenue and Olney Avenue Storm Drain Project to construct three storm drainage basins on March 20, 2019 (Ordinance S-45471).

Tagged Interests: ordinance, council, transportation, and stormwater

Location The project is generally located along Olney Avenue and 27th Avenue going north to the 27th Avenue and South Mountain Avenue Regional Drainage Basin.

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Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Managers Karen Peters and Mario Paniagua, and the Street Transportation and Public Works departments.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 73

Development Agreement between City of Phoenix and GM Gabrych Family Limited Partnership for a Lift Station North of the Northwest Corner of Black Canyon Freeway and the Central Arizona Project Canal (Ordinance S-46781)

Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into a Development Agreement between the City of Phoenix ( City ) and GM Gabrych Family Limited Partnership ( Developer ) to allow the Developer to design and construct a Lift Station and pay a one-time payment in the amount of 300,000 to the City to take over operation and maintenance of the Lift Station upon its construction. Further request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to record a special warranty deed upon the City's acceptance of the Lift Station. Additionally, request to authorize the City Treasurer to accept all funds related to this item.
Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, construction, development, watershed, Development, Treasurer, administrator, manager, and TREASURER

Summary The Developer owns approximately 189 acres of property north of the northwest corner of Black Canyon Freeway and the Central Arizona Project Canal. The Developer is developing the Property for single-family residential uses. To facilitate this development, regional improvements to public infrastructure are necessary. Such improvements include a public sewer wastewater Lift Station. To support wastewater flow from the development, the Developer will engage, at its sole cost and expense, any consultants, engineers, contractors, suppliers, and other professionals necessary to complete the Lift Station s design and construction. The Lift Station must meet all applicable City requirements in all material respects. Upon completion of the Lift Station s construction, Developer will promptly pay 300,000 to the City to satisfy in full the Developer s Lift Station maintenance and operation obligation. At that time, Developer will also convey the Lift Station/Site by special warranty deed, with full legal description, to the City for recording with the Official Records of Maricopa County, Arizona.

The City will issue a written acceptance of the Lift Station/Site after Developer has: 1) met all applicable Phoenix requirements for the Lift Station in all material respects; 2) submitted the payment, special warranty deed, environmental site assessment reports, project documents, record drawings, and warranty letter to Phoenix; and 3) made a written request to the City for acceptance of the Lift Station/Site. Upon written acceptance of the Lift Station/Site, the City will record the special warranty deed and Page 118 Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 73 the Lift Station/Site will become City property in fee simple. Outside of the Developer s warranty responsibilities, the City will thereafter maintain and operate the Lift Station, at its own cost and expense, in accordance with its own policies and procedures. Financial Impact The Developer will pay the City a one-time payment of 300,000. Location North of the northwest corner of Black Canyon Freeway and the Central Arizona Project Canal. Council District: 1
Tagged Interests: contractor, construction, finance, council, legal, sewer, utility, development, Utility, procedure, services, environment, watershed, Development, and property

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Karen Peters and the Water Services Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 74 Weather Station for Tres Rios Wetlands (Ordinance S-46793) Request to authorize the City Manager, or his designee, to enter into an agreement with Ewing Irrigation Products, Inc., for a new weather station for the Water Services Department. Further request to authorize execution of amendments to the agreement as necessary within the Council-approved expenditure authority as provided below, and for the City Controller to disburse all funds related to this item. The total agreement value will not exceed 21,500. Summary The purpose of the contract is to provide a new weather station for Tres Rios Wetlands along with service, routine maintenance and replacement parts as needed. The data from the weather station is used to calculate infiltration for the water balance report to help calculate potential water usage from evaporation, plant transpiration, and other conditions of the Wetlands.
Tagged Interests: funding, ordinance, council, utility, Utility, contract, services, water, plant, administrator, and manager

Procurement Information The selection was made using a Request for Quote procurement process in accordance with City of Phoenix Administrative Regulation 3.10.

Selected Vendor: Ewing Irrigation Products, Inc.
Tagged Interests: regulation, purchasing, and selection

Contract Term The term of the agreement is five years and will begin on July 1, 2020.

Tagged Interests: contract

Financial Impact The agreement value for Ewing Irrigation Products, Inc., will not exceed 21,500. Funding is available in the Water Services Department's operating budget.

Tagged Interests: funding, finance, budget, utility, Utility, services, and water

Location Tres Rios Wetlands - 91st Avenue Wastewater Treatment Plant Council District: 7

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Tagged Interests: council, sewer, and plant

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Karen Peters and the Water Services Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 75 Final Plat - Harmony Cactus - PLAT 200526 - 25th Place and South of Cactus Road
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Plat: 200526 Project: 02-13 Name of Plat: Harmony Cactus Owner(s): 2625 E. Cactus Rd., LLC Engineer(s): Colin D. Harvey, RLS Request: A 2 Lot Commercial Plat Reviewed by Staff: May 27, 2020 Final Plat requires Formal Action Only

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Summary Staff requests that the above plat be approved by the City Council and certified by the City Clerk. Recording of the plat dedicates the streets and easements as shown to the public.

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Location Generally located at 25th Place and south of Cactus Road. Council District: 3

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Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Mario Paniagua and the Planning and Development Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 76

Abandonment of Easement - V190068A - 25322 N. 21st Ave. (Resolution 21839)

Abandonment: V190068A Project: 15-3108 Applicant: HilgartWilson LLC; Julie DiMaria Request: To abandon a portion of drainage easement listed on document number 2017-0464524. Date of Decision: Dec. 20, 2019 Location 25322 N. 21st Ave. Council District: 1 Financial Impact None.

Tagged Interests: finance, council, easement, and stormwater

Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Mario Paniagua and the Planning and Development Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 77

Abandonment of Right-of-Way - V190047A - Northeast Corner of 53rd Way and Calle Redonda (Resolution 21840)

Abandonment: V190047A Project: 00-524 Applicant: Cindy and Tim Cowdrey Request: To abandon alley behind homes of APN 128-12-035 through 043 and as depicted on exhibits included with this submittal. Alley is 16-foot wide and is behind Lots 239 through 301 of the Hidden Village Six subdivision, Maricopa County Recorder, Book 69, Page 47. Date of Hearing: Aug. 15, 2019

Tagged Interests: right of way, streets, subdivision, hearing, and RIGHT OF WAY

Financial Impact A fee was also collected as part of this abandonment in the amount of 1,257.

Location Northeast corner of 53rd Way and Calle Redonda Council District: 6

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Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Mario Paniagua and the Planning and Development Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 78

Abandonment of Right-of-Way - V190065A - Southeast Corner of 16th Place and Rancho Drive (Resolution 21841)

Abandonment: V190065A Project: 00-2097 Applicant: Richard Williams Jr. Request: To abandon 16-foot alleyway, located between Solano Drive, Rancho Drive, 16th Place, and 17th Place and excess right-of-way, ranging from 10-12 feet, adjacent to parcels identified in APN 164-50-086 and 164-20-079D; Book 042, Page 18; recorded with the Maricopa County Recorder's office. Date of Hearing: Oct. 24, 2019 Location Southeast corner of 16th Place and Rancho Drive Council District: 6

Tagged Interests: right of way, council, property, hearing, and RIGHT OF WAY

Financial Impact A fee was also collected as part of this abandonment in the amount of 1,501.85.

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Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Mario Paniagua and the Planning and Development Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 79

Abandonment of Easement - ABND 200523 - 14201 S. Presario Trail (Resolution 21838)

Abandonment: ABND 200523 Project: 99-5497 Applicant: Earl and Curley; Gary King Request: To abandon a portion of an open space easement; located adjacent to Lot 17, addressed 14201 S. Presario Trail, recorded on residential subdivision final plat Foothills Club West Parcel 15D. Recorded with Maricopa County Recorder's office, Book 524, Page 08. Date of Decision: May 7, 2020 Location 14201 S. Presario Trail Council District: 6

Tagged Interests: council, zoning, subdivision, trails, property, and easement

Financial Impact There is no financial impact.

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Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Mario Paniagua and the Planning and Development Department.

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Agenda Date: 6/24/2020, Item No. 80

Amend City Code - Ordinance Adoption - Rezoning Application Z-68-19-1 - Northeast Corner of 47th Avenue and Pinnacle Peak Road (Ordinance G-6713)

Request to amend the Phoenix Zoning Ordinance, Section 601, the Zoning Map of the City of Phoenix, by adopting Rezoning Application Z-68-19-1 and rezone the site from S-1 (Ranch or Farm Residence District) to RE-35 (Single-Family Residence District) to allow single-family residential. Summary Current Zoning: S-1 Proposed Zoning: RE-35 Acreage: 10.04 Proposed Use: Single-family residential

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Owner: Larry and Lori Pittenger, et al (Multiple Owners) Applicant: Amy Malloy, Evolve Ventures, LLC Representative: Amy Malloy, Evolve Ventures, LLC

Staff Recommendation: Approval, subject to stipulations. VPC Action: The Deer Valley Village Planning Committee heard this case on May 21, 2020, and recommended approval per the staff recommendation by a 12-0 vote. PC Action: The Planning Commission heard this case on June 4, 2020, and recommended approval per the Deer Valley Village Planning Committee recommendation with an additional stipulation by a 9-0 vote. Location Northeast corner of 47th Avenue and Pinnacle Peak Road Council District: 1 Parcel Addresses: 23411, 23423, 23435, 23447, 23605, 23617, 23629, and 23641 N. 47th Ave.

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Responsible Department This item is submitted by Deputy City Manager Mario Paniagua and the Planning and Development Department.

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THIS IS A DRAFT COPY ONLY AND IS NOT AN OFFICIAL COPY OF THE FINAL, ADOPTED ORDINANCE

ORDINANCE G-

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AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE ZONING DISTRICT MAP ADOPTED PURSUANT TO SECTION 601 OF THE CITY OF PHOENIX ORDINANCE BY CHANGING THE ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION FOR THE PARCEL DESCRIBED HEREIN (CASE Z-68-19-1) FROM S-1 (RANCH OR FARM RESIDENCE DISTRICT) TO RE-35 (SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCE DISTRICT).

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BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PHOENIX, as

follows:
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SECTION 1. The zoning of a 10.04-acre site located on the northeast

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corner of 47th Avenue and Pinnacle Peak Road in a portion of Section 9, Township 4

North, Range 2 East, as described more specifically in Exhibit A , is hereby changed from S-1 (Ranch or Farm Residence District) to RE-35 (Single-Family Residence District).
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SECTION 2. The Planning and Development Director is instructed to

modify the Zoning Map of the City of Phoenix to reflect this use district classification change as shown in Exhibit B . SECTION 3. Due to the site s specific physical conditions and the use

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district applied for by the applicant, this rezoning is subject to the following stipulations,

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violation of which shall be treated in the same manner as a violation of the City of

Phoenix Zoning Ordinance:

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1.
The development shall be subject to Single-Family Design Review for individual lots prior to the issuance of building permits for each lot, with the additional following requirements, as approved by the Planning and Development Department:

a) That building materials and colors shall express a desert character and
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shall blend with, rather than strongly contrast with the desert environment.

b) The area between the front building line and the front property line, excluding areas necessary for access, shall be landscaped with a minimum of three, two-inch caliper or greater, drought resistant accent trees; and a minimum of five, five-gallon or greater, drought resistant shrubs per tree. A minimum of two of the trees shall be planted in close proximity to the sidewalk to maximize shade for pedestrians.

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2.
The development shall not exceed 8 residential lots.

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3.
The perimeter wall adjacent to Pinnacle Peak Road and the detention basin to the

east shall be painted prior to any single-family building permit issuance. Colors shall express a desert character and shall blend with, rather than strongly contrast with the desert environment, as approved by the Planning and Development Department.
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4.
The developer shall construct all streets within and adjacent to the development

with paving, curb, gutter, sidewalk, curb ramps, streetlights, median islands, landscaping and other incidentals, as per plans approved by the Planning and Development Department. All improvements shall comply with all ADA accessibility standards
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5.
The developer shall record a Notice to Prospective Purchasers of Proximity to

Airport in order to disclose the existence and operational characteristics of Phoenix Deer Valley Airport (DVT) to future owners or tenants of the property as approved by the Aviation Department.

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6.
Prior to permit issuance, the property owner shall record documents that disclose

to purchasers of property within the development the existence and operational characteristics of agricultural and equestrian uses. The form and content of such documents shall be reviewed and approved by the City Attorney.

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7.
In the event archaeological materials are encountered during construction, the

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radius of the discovery, notify the City Archaeologist, and allow time for the Archaeology Office to properly assess the materials.

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8.
Prior to preliminary site plan approval, the landowner shall execute a Proposition

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207 waiver of claims in a form approved by the City Attorney's Office. The waiver shall be recorded with the Maricopa County Recorder's Office and delivered to the City to be included in the rezoning application file for record.

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SECTION 4. If any section, subsection, sentence, clause, phrase or

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portion of this ordinance is for any reason held to be invalid or unconstitutional by the

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decision of any court of competent jurisdiction, such decision shall not affect the validity

of the remaining portions hereof.
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PASSED by the Council of the City of Phoenix this 24th day of June,

2020. ________________________________ MAYOR ATTEST: ____________________________City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: ____________________________City Attorney REVIEWED BY: ____________________________City Manager Exhibits: Page 129 A Legal Description (2 Pages) B Ordinance Location Map (1 Page) Page 130 EXHIBIT A LEGAL DESCRIPTION FOR Z-68-19-1
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LOT 65 23641 N. 47th Ave. A portion of the West half of the West half of the Southwest quarter of the Southeast quarter, (jW2W2SW4SE4) of Section 9, Township 4 North, Range 2 East of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian Maricopa County, Arizona. Said portion is more particularly described as follows:

Lot 65, SADDLEBACK MEADOWS UNIT SEVEN, according to the plat of record in the office of the Maricopa County Recorder, in Book 160 of Maps, Page 31 and per Warranty Deed recorded at Docket 11043, Page 408, of said Maricopa County Recorder.
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LOT 66 23629 N. 47th Ave. A portion of the West half of the West half of the Southwest quarter of the Southeast quarter, (jW2W2SW4SE4) of Section 9, Township 4 North, Range 2 East of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian Maricopa County, Arizona. Said portion is more particularly described as follows: Lot 66, SADDLEBACK MEADOWS UNIT SEVEN, according to the plat of record in the office of the Maricopa County Recorder, in Book 160 of Maps, Page 31 and per Warranty Deed recorded at Docket 11043, Page 408, of said Maricopa County Recorder.

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LOT 67 23617 N. 47th Ave. A portion of the West half of the West half of the Southwest quarter of the Southeast quarter, (jW2W2SW4SE4) of Section 9, Township 4 North, Range 2 East of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian Maricopa County, Arizona. Said portion is more particularly described as follows: Lot 67, SADDLEBACK MEADOWS UNIT SEVEN, according to the plat of record in the office of the Maricopa County Recorder, in Book 160 of Maps, Page 31 and per Warranty Deed recorded at Docket 11043, Page 408, of said Maricopa County Recorder.

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LOT 68 23605 N. 47th Ave. A portion of the West half of the West half of the Southwest quarter of the Southeast quarter, (jW2W2SW4SE4) of Section 9, Township 4 North, Range 2 East of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian Maricopa County, Arizona. Said portion is more particularly described as follows: Lot 68, SADDLEBACK MEADOWS UNIT SEVEN, according to the plat of record in the office of the Maricopa County Recorder, in Book 160 of Maps, Page 31 and per

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Warranty Deed recorded at Docket 11043, Page 408, of said Maricopa County Recorder.

LOT 69 23447 N. 47th Ave. A portion of the West half of the West half of the Southwest quarter of the Southeast quarter, (jW2W2SW4SE4) of Section 9, Township 4 North, Range 2 East of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian Maricopa County, Arizona. Said portion is more particularly described as follows: Lot 69, SADDLEBACK MEADOWS UNIT SEVEN, according to the plat of record in the office of the Maricopa County Recorder, in Book 160 of Maps, Page 31 and per Warranty Deed recorded at Docket 11043, Page 408, of said Maricopa County Recorder.

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