PINAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS REGULAR SESSION MINUTES Wednesday, September 30, :30 AM BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

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PINAL COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS REGULAR SESSION MINUTES Wednesday, September 30, 2020 9:30 AM BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Chairman Anthony Smith

Supervisor, District 4 Vice-Chairman Pete Rios

Supervisor, District 1 Mike Goodman Supervisor, District 2 Stephen Q Miller Supervisor, District 3 Todd House Supervisor, District 5

PINAL COUNTYADMINISTRATIVE COMPLEX BOARD OF SUPERVISORS HEARING ROOM

135 N. PINAL STREET FLORENCE, AZ 85132

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All Presentations are attached to the Agenda at:

https://pinal.novusagenda.com/AgendaPublic/MeetingView.aspx? MeetingID=1325&MinutesMeetingID=561&doctype=Agenda

and a Video Recording of this meeting can be viewed at: https://pinalcountyaz.swagit.com/play/09302020-673

The Pinal County Board of Supervisors convened at 9:30 a.m. this date. The meeting was called to order by Chairman Smith followed by an Invocation by Major George Jones, State Chaplain and the pledge of allegiance by Supervisor Miller.

Members Present: Chairman Anthony Smith; Vice-Chairman Pete Rios; Supervisor Mike Goodman; Supervisor Stephen Q. Miller; Supervisor Todd House.

Staff Present: County Manager, Louis Andersen; Chief Civil Deputy County Attorney, Chris Keller; Clerk of the Board, Natasha Kennedy and Deputy Clerk of the Board, Kelsey Pickard

(1) Call to Public -

Consideration and discussion of comments from the public. Those wishing to address the Pinal County Board of Supervisors may appear in-person or submit written comments, which shall be submitted to the ClerkoftheBoard@pinal.gov by close of business (5:00 p.m.) the day prior to the meeting.

Comments shall be no more than 250 words. Action taken as a result of public comment will be limited to directing staff to study the matter or rescheduling the matter for further consideration and decision at a later date.

Natasha Kennedy, Clerk of the Board, advised the Clerk of the Board’s Office had not received any public comments.

Chairman Smith asked if any members of the public are present in the audience who wish to address the Board to come forward at this time.

Roberto Reveles, Gold Canyon, appeared before the Board and spoke regarding the upcoming

Presidential Election and concerns surrounding the election process. Requesting the Board schedule a workshop with the Recorder and Election officials to resolve any ballot concerns.

Chairman Smith requested the County Manager schedule a briefing with the Recorder and Election Directors to come before the Board, prior to the General Election.

Louis Andersen, County Manager, acknowledged Chairman’s request and advised he would get it scheduled.

Item Action: Public Comment

(2) County Manager's Report (Information Only). (Louis Andersen)

Louis Andersen, County Manager, announced we have a new Public Defender, Kate Malooski, and spoke regarding PRTA Oral Arguments scheduled, the 2020 Census, Linkedin, the Business

Sustainability Program, and the Fleet Trailer Pool.

Discussion held regarding the extended 2020 Census deadline, October 5, 2020.

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(3) Purchasing Division Report - September 30, 2020 (Shonna McBride/Lori Pruitt)

Shonna McBride, Interim Purchasing Manager, appeared before the Board and presented.

Chairman Smith asked if any Board members had any questions, there being none.

Kent Volkmer, County Attorney, appeared before the Board and spoke regarding the requested Legal Case Management System, and the Procurement Process.

Item Action: Approved

Motion Made By: Supervisor House Seconded By: Supervisor Miller To approve the Purchasing Division Report as presented.

Motion Passed

Ayes: Goodman, House, Miller, Rios, Smith (5) (4) CONSENT ITEMS:

All items indicated by an asterisk (*) will be handled by a single vote as part of the consent agenda, unless a Board Member, County Manager, or member of the public objects at the time the agenda item is called.

Chairman Smith asked if there were any requests from a Board Member, staff or the audience to remove any consent agenda items for discussion, there being none.

Natasha Kennedy, Clerk of the Board, advised the Clerk of the Board’s Office had not received any public comments on any Consent Agenda Items.

Item Action: Approved Consent Agenda Items A through AT.

Motion Made By: Supervisor Rios Seconded By: Supervisor Miller

To approve Consent Agenda Items A through AT. Motion Passed

Ayes: Goodman, House, Miller, Rios, Smith (5)

* A. Discussion/approval/disapproval of Minutes from September 9, 2020, Regular Meeting of the Board of Supervisors. (Natasha Kennedy)

* B. Discussion/approval/disapproval of the current billings before the Board. (Natasha Kennedy)

* C. Board of Supervisors, sitting as the Board of Equalization, for ratification of Hearing Officer decisions from the Board of Equalization (BOE) Hearings on Petitions for Review of Valuation Hearings held on September 22, 2020, and September 23, 2020, pursuant to A.R.S. 42-16102.

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* D. Discussion/approval/disapproval of the Petco Foundation Grant Award (ID number G-1909-11230) for $10,000. The grant will be used to promote and save animal lives. The funding was already budgeted for use in the FY 20/21 budget. There is no impact on the General Fund. (Audra Michael/Louis Andersen)

* E. Discussion/approval/disapproval of an FY 20/21 budget amendment to move the expenditures related to the Citizen Contact Center to the Communications Department. The budget amendment reduces the budget capacity in the Information Technology Department and increases the capacity in the Communications Department. (Angeline Woods/Louis Andersen)

* F. Discussion/approval/disapproval of the Pinal Radio Communications Consortium (PRCC) entering the Communications Systems Strategic Alliance (CSSA) Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) with the City of Mesa and City of Phoenix. The IGA will allow the PRCC to become a full participating party in the CSSA established by the City of Phoenix Regional Wireless Cooperative (RWC) and the City of Mesa Topaz Regional Wireless Cooperative (TRWC) radio consortiums. As a participating party in the CSSA, the PRCC will have the opportunity to partner with other participating parties to collaborate and coordinate similar efforts to improve public safety communications throughout the region. The PRCC Executive Committee, as outlined in the PRCC Charter and Operating Policies will oversee all activities associated with this agreement. There is no impact to the General Fund. (Steven Frazier/Louis Andersen)

* G. Discussion/approval/disapproval of the polling places to be used in the November 3, 2020, General Election pursuant to A.R.S. 16-411. (Michele Forney/Himanshu Patel)

* H. Discussion/approval/disapproval to apply for continued funding of our Resident Opportunities and Self Sufficiency (ROSS) program grant from U. S. Department of Housing & Urban Development. This grant will provide continued funding to staff our ROSS Coordinator who is responsible to establish and manage a resident self- sufficiency component for Public Housing residents. (Rolanda Cephas/Himanshu Patel)

* I. Discussion/approval/disapproval of Arizona State Land Department Special Land Use Permit (SLUP) #23-118472-03. This is a ten year extension (October 2017 - October 2027) of the original permit. Under this SLUP, Pinal County will be responsible for permitting commercial activities on portions of the Arizona National Scenic Trail within Pinal County. Pinal County will be responsible for the permitting process and the collection of any fees for those permits. Supervisor District #1. (Kent Taylor/Himanshu Patel)

* J. Discussion/approval/disapproval of Dedication of Easement for the sanitary sewer as part of the San Tan Valley Complex Building Project. Supervisor District #2. (Hattie Sturgill/Archie Carreon)

* K. Discussion/approval/disapproval for the sale of State Tax deeded parcel 408-06-26403 pursuant to A.R.S. 42-18302. The parcel was previously advertised for auction on March 20, 2018, receiving no bids at that time. On September 14, 2020, a bid of

$5,100 was received by Properties in Arizona LLC. Supervisor District #4. (Pamela Villarreal/Lori Pruitt)

* L. Discussion/approval/disapproval of the Fourth Amended Lease agreement between Pinal County and the State of Arizona acting by and through its Department of Transportation/Administrative Services Division for the office located at 190 Reddington Road San Manuel, Arizona (MVD Office). This is a one year lease

backdated to July 1, 2020, through June 30, 2021, with a monthly rate of $300. (Pamela Villarreal/Lori Pruitt)

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* M. Discussion/approval/disapproval to enter into the Strategic Alliance for Volume Expenditures (SAVE) Cooperative Purchasing Agreement between and among public agencies in the State of Arizona to improve competition, quality, services, lower prices for materials and services, and avoid duplication of efforts. (Shonna McBride/Lori Pruitt)

* N. Discussion/approval/disapproval of a Subrecipient Agreement with Hope International in the amount of $30,000 Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) funding to complete a public service activity that will prevent, prepare for, or respond to coronavirus. Supervisor District #1. (Heather Patel/Lori Pruitt)

* O. Discussion/approval/disapproval of a Subrecipient Agreement with Oracle Schools Foundation in the amount of $17,231 Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) funding to complete a public service activity that will prevent, prepare for, or respond to coronavirus. Supervisor District #1. (Heather Patel/Lori Pruitt)

* P. Discussion/approval/disapproval of a Subrecipient Agreement with Town of Hayden Senior Center in the amount of $40,000 Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) funding to complete a public service activity that will prevent, prepare for or respond to coronavirus. Supervisor District #1. (Heather Patel/Lori Pruitt)

* Q. Discussion/approval/disapproval of a Subrecipient Agreement with Christ the Victor Food Bank in the amount of $6,410 Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) funding to complete a public service activity that will prevent, prepare for, or respond to coronavirus. Supervisor District #2. (Heather Patel/Lori Pruitt)

* R. Discussion/approval/disapproval of a Subrecipient Agreement with Compassion Connect in the amount of $20,000 Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) funding to complete a public service activity that will prevent, prepare for, or respond to coronavirus. Supervisor District #2. (Heather Patel/Lori Pruitt)

* S. Discussion/approval/disapproval of a Subrecipient Agreement with San Tan Valley Veterans Center in the amount of $21,880 Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) funding to complete a public service activity that will prevent, prepare for, or respond to coronavirus. Supervisor District #2. (Heather Patel/Lori Pruitt)

* T. Discussion/approval/disapproval of a Subrecipient Agreement with Boys and Girls Club of Casa Grande (Maricopa) in the amount of $30,000 Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) funding to complete a public service activity that will prevent, prepare for or respond to coronavirus. Supervisor District #3. (Heather Patel/Lori Pruitt)

* U. Discussion/approval/disapproval of a Subrecipient Agreement with Boys and Girls Club of Casa Grande (Arizona City) in the amount of $15,000 Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) funding to complete a public service activity that will prevent, prepare for or respond to coronavirus. Supervisor District #4. (Heather Patel/Lori Pruitt)

* V. Discussion/approval/disapproval of a Subrecipient Agreement with Community Alliance Against Family Abuse in the amount of $25,000 Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) funding to complete a public service activity that will prevent, prepare for, or respond to coronavirus. Supervisor District #5. (Heather Patel/Lori Pruitt) * W. Discussion/approval/disapproval of a Subrecipient Agreement with Salvation Army

(Apache Junction) in the amount of $15,000 Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) funding to complete a public service activity that will prevent, prepare for, or respond to coronavirus. Supervisor District #5. (Heather Patel/Lori Pruitt)

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* X. Discussion/approval/disapproval of a Subrecipient Agreement with Superstition Food Bank in the amount of $24,000 Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) funding to complete a public service activity that will prevent, prepare for or respond to coronavirus. Supervisor District #5. (Heather Patel/Lori Pruitt)

* Y. Discussion/approval/disapproval of a Subrecipient Agreement with Against Abuse in the amount of $68,000 Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG- CV) funding to complete a public service activity that will prevent, prepare for, or respond to coronavirus. (Heather Patel/Lori Pruitt)

* Z. Discussion/approval/disapproval of a Subrecipient Agreement with Community Action Human Resource Agency in the amount of $80,000 Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) funding to complete a public service activity that will prevent, prepare for, or respond to coronavirus. (Heather Patel/Lori Pruitt)

* AA. Discussion/approval/disapproval of a Subrecipient Agreement with Crisis Response Network in the amount of $50,000 Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) funding to complete a public service activity that will prevent, prepare for, or respond to coronavirus. (Heather Patel/Lori Pruitt)

* AB. Discussion/approval/disapproval of a Subrecipient Agreement with Future Forward Foundation in the amount of $10,000 Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) funding to complete a public service activity that will prevent, prepare for, or respond to coronavirus. (Heather Patel/Lori Pruitt)

* AC. Discussion/approval/disapproval of a Subrecipient Agreement with HOPE Inc. in the amount of $8,000 Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) funding to complete a public service activity that will prevent, prepare for, or respond to coronavirus. (Heather Patel/Lori Pruitt)

* AD. Discussion/approval/disapproval of a Subrecipient Agreement with Hope Women's Center in the amount of $7,000 Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) funding to complete a public service activity that will prevent, prepare for, or respond to coronavirus. (Heather Patel/Lori Pruitt)

* AE. Discussion/approval/disapproval of a Subrecipient Agreement with Horizon Health and Wellness in the amount of $10,000 Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) funding to complete a public service activity that will prevent, prepare for, or respond to coronavirus. (Heather Patel/Lori Pruitt)

* AF. Discussion/approval/disapproval of a Subrecipient Agreement with Pinal Gila Council for Senior Citizens in the amount of $56,000 Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) funding to complete a public service activity that will prevent, prepare for, or respond to coronavirus. (Heather Patel/Lori Pruitt)

* AG. Discussion/approval/disapproval of a Subrecipient Agreement with United Way of Pinal County in the amount of $30,000 Community Development Block Grant CARES Act (CDBG-CV) funding to complete a public service activity that will prevent,

prepare for, or respond to coronavirus. (Heather Patel/Lori Pruitt)

* AH. Discussion/approval/disapproval of First Amendment to Road Construction Participation Agreement with AZ Talio Ranch LLC, extending the payment deadline to May 1, 2028. Supervisor District #1. (GA20-010) (Sylvia Mondejar/Scott Bender)

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* AI. Discussion/approval/disapproval of Resolution No. 093020-RD20-021 accepting into the Pinal County Highway Maintenance System the streets associated with Shea Homes at Johnson Farms, Neighborhood 6A, located in Section 32, Township 2 South, Range 8 East, and releasing the current financial assurance. Supervisor District #2. (RD20-021) (Tara Harman/Scott Bender)

* AJ. Discussion/approval/disapproval of Resolution No. 093020-RD20-022 releasing Maintenance Bond No. 3018875 and accepting into the Pinal County Highway Maintenance System the streets associated with Pecan Cove, located in Section 29, Township 2 South, Range 8 East, within Supervisor District #2. (RD20-022) (Tara Harman/Scott Bender)

* AK. Discussion/approval/disapproval of Intergovernmental Agreement between the State of Arizona and Pinal County for installation of a Pedestrians Hybrid Beacon in the

intersection of Kings Ranch Road and Sunrise Sky Drive in Gold Canyon Community of Pinal County, AZ. Supervisor District #5. (GA20-011) (Celeste Garza/Scott Bender)

* AL. Discussion/approval/disapproval of First Amendment to Third Party Trust Assurance Agreement for Construction of Subdivision Improvements associated with Peralta Canyon, Parcel 10, located in Section 16, Township 1 South, Range 9 East, between Lennar

Arizona, Inc., Empire West Title Agency, LLC, d/b/a Thomas Title & Escrow, Trustee under Trust No. 5218TRTAZ and Pinal County, to remove Tracts A, B, C, D, E and F from the Land and Agreement. Supervisor District #5. (RD20-

025) (Tara Harman/Scott Bender)

* AM. Discussion/approval/disapproval of First Amendment to Third Party Trust Assurance Agreement for Construction of Subdivision Improvements associated with Peralta Canyon, Parcel 11, located in Section 16, Township 1 South, Range 9 East, between Lennar

Arizona, Inc., Empire West Title Agency, LLC, d/b/a Thomas Title & Escrow, Trustee under Trust No. 5218TRTAZ and Pinal County, to remove Tracts A, B, C, D, E and F from the Land and Agreement. Supervisor District #5. (RD20-

026) (Tara Harman/Scott Bender)

* AN. Discussion/approval/disapproval of First Amendment to Third Party Trust Assurance Agreement for Construction of Subdivision Improvements associated with Peralta Canyon, Parcel 12, located in Section 16, Township 1 South, Range 9 East, between Lennar

Arizona, Inc., Empire West Title Agency, LLC, d/b/a Thomas Title & Escrow, Trustee under Trust No. 5218TRTAZ and Pinal County, to remove Tracts A and B from the Land and Agreement. Supervisor District #5. (RD20-027) (Tara Harman/Scott Bender)

* AO. Discussion/approval/disapproval of Airport Economic Development Fund (Fund 179, Cost Center 3112179) transfer to Public Works Fund (Fund 64, Cost Center 3111664) for 2008 GMC Envoy SUV to be utilized in Airport Economic Development Fund, with the amount not to exceed $5,634. (AD20-001) (Alicia Mendez/Scott Bender)

* AP. Discussion/approval/disapproval of designating Charles Kmet, Emergency Manager (or designee) as the Applicant Agent for the Public Assistance program administered through the Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs for all declared emergencies and/or disasters, including but not limited to the Resolution No. 032020- LSE Declaring a State of Local Emergency approved by the Board of Supervisors on March 20, 2020, and authorizing designated Applicant Agent to execute documents related to the program on behalf of Pinal County. (Countywide) (AD20-002) (Charles Kmet/Scott Bender)

* AQ. Discussion/approval/disapproval of representation by the Attorney General’s Office in centrally valued property tax case TX2020-000885 Transwestern Pipeline. (Chris Keller/Doug Wolf)

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* AR. Discussion/approval/disapproval of the Second Amendment to Lease Agreement between Florence Unified School District No. 1 of Pinal County and Pinal County, Arizona for the purpose of extending the term of the original lease dated July 1, 2018, in connection with the Mountain Vista School, Building A. This extension is necessary in order to provide space for the San Tan Family Advocacy Center until completion of Pinal County's San Tan Government complex. (Kent Volkmer)

* AS. Discussion/approval/disapproval of the 100 Club of Arizona Safety Enhancement Stipend Application in the amount of $246,750 for the purchase of 150 Automated External

Defibrillator's (AED's) for First Responders. This stipend would be used to provide greater coverage by deploying one to every patrol deputy and each station. (Mark Lamb)

* AT. Discussion/approval/disapproval of the appointment of Jessica K. Dixon as a Superior Court Commissioner. The appointment is being requested to fill a Commissioner position funded by the Title IV-E Grant (CC #2600186). Said appointment is made by the

Presiding Judge of the Superior Court. No additional funds are required as funds

previously budgeted through the Title IV-E Grant for the FY 20/21 are sufficient. (Todd D. Zweig)

(5) Meeting of the Pinal County Public Health Services District Board of Directors. (Tascha Spears/Leo Lew)

Chairman Smith recessed the Pinal County Board of Supervisors Meeting and convened as the Pinal County Public Health Services District Board of Directors Meeting.

Item Action: Convened into Pinal County Public Health Services District Agenda

Chairman Smith adjourned the Pinal County Public Health Services District Board of Directors Meeting and reconvened the Pinal County Board of Supervisors Meeting.

(6) Discussion/approval/disapproval of Resolution No. 093020-CD Adopting 2020 New Development Fees. (Michelle Velasquez/Mark Langlitz)

Michelle Velazquez, Community Development Impact Fee Coordinator, appeared before the Board, introduced the Item, and announced that Benjamin Griffin with Tischler Bise, is available

telephonically for any questions.

Chairman Smith asked if any Board Members have any questions, there being none, Chairman requested a motion.

Item Action: Approved

Motion Made By: Supervisor Goodman Seconded By: Supervisor Miller

To approve Resolution No. 093020-CD Adopting 2020 New Development Fees. Motion Passed

Ayes: Goodman, House, Miller, Rios, Smith (5)

(7) Public Hearing and discussion/approval/disapproval of Uniform Video Service License Agreement ("License") is made on the date of issuance hereof by and between the County of Pinal a political subdivision of the State of Arizona ("Licensor") and Qwest Broadband Services, Inc., a Delaware Corporation ("Licensee"). (GA20-008) (Megan Villegas/Scott Bender)

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Megan Villegas, Public Works Administrative Manager, appeared before the Board and introduced the Item.

Jeff Mirasola, Qwest Broadband Service representative, announced his telephonic appearance.

Chairman Smith asked if any Board Members have any questions, there being none. Chairman opened the Public Hearing and asked if there is anyone in the audience who would like to address the Board for Item 7.

Natasha Kennedy, Clerk of the Board, advised the Clerk of the Board’s Office had not received any public comments on Item 7.

Chairman Smith closed the Public Hearing and requested a motion.

Item Action: Approved

Motion Made By: Supervisor Rios Seconded By: Supervisor Goodman

To approve the Uniform Video Service License Agreement (“License”) is made on the date of issuance hereof by and between the County of Pinal a political subdivision of the State of Arizona ("Licensor") and Qwest Broadband Services, Inc., a Delaware Corporation.

Motion Passed

Ayes: Goodman, House, Miller, Rios, Smith (5)

(8) Public Hearing and discussion/approval/disapproval of Resolution No. 093020-RD20-028 vacating a portion of roadway known as Cowtown Road, located within Supervisor District #3. (RD20-028) (Joe Ortiz/Scott Bender)

Joe Ortiz, Assistant to the County Manager, appeared before the Board and presented.

Chairman Smith asked if any Board Members have any questions, there being none. Chairman opened the Public Hearing and asked if there is anyone in the audience who would like to address the Board for Item 8.

Natasha Kennedy, Clerk of the Board, advised the Clerk of the Board’s Office had not received any public comments on Item 8.

Chairman Smith closed the Public Hearing and requested a motion.

Item Action: Approved

Motion Made By: Supervisor Miller Seconded By: Supervisor Goodman

To approve Resolution No. 093020-RD20-028 vacating a portion of roadway known as Cowtown Road, located within Supervisor District #3.

Motion Passed

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(9) Public Hearing and presentation on the use of U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) funding including Community Development Block Grant and HOME Investment Partnership funding. The presentation will include a discussion and public input on the FY2019 Annual Action Plan Amendment #2, the FY2020 Annual Action Plan, and the FY2019- 2023 Consolidated Plan Amendment #1. (Heather Patel/Lori Pruitt)

Heather Patel, Finance, appeared before the Board and presented.

Discussion held regarding funding and projects throughout Pinal County.

Chairman Smith opened the Public Hearing and asked if there is anyone in the audience who would like to address the Board for Item 9.

Natasha Kennedy, Clerk of the Board, advised the Clerk of the Board’s Office had not received any public comments on Item 9.

Chairman Smith closed the Public Hearing.

Item Action: Information Only

(10) Public Hearing required by A.R.S. Section 11-391 on a proposal to incur long term financing obligation to fund all or a portion of the County’s unfunded liabilities with respect to the Arizona Public Safety Personnel Retirement System. Analysis of need and use of long term financing to be presented to the Board. (Mark Reader/Lori Pruitt)

Leo Lew, Deputy County Manager, appeared before the Board and introduced the Item.

Clark Partridge, PSPRS Financial Consultant, appeared before the Board and presented.

Discussion held regarding the County’s unfunded liabilities.

Mark Reader, Stifel, Nicolaus and Company Managing Director, appeared before the Board and presented regarding the potential of significant savings related to the County’s unfunded liabilities.

Further discussion held regarding the County’s unfunded liabilities.

Omar Daghestanio, Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, appeared before the Board and presented regarding election official pension liabilities.

Mark Reader further presented.

Further discussion held regarding the setting of a Special Session.

Chairman Smith directs the Clerk of the Board to contact each Supervisor separately and determine if they are available for the October 16, 2020, Special Session.

Natasha Kennedy, Clerk of the Board, acknowledged Chairman’s request and confirms having already spoken with Staff, and will contact each Supervisor individually.

Chairman Smith opened the Public Hearing and asked if there is anyone in the audience who would like to address the Board for Item 10.

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Natasha Kennedy, Clerk of the Board, advised the Clerk of the Board’s Office had not received any public comments on Item 10.

Chairman Smith closed the Public Hearing

Item Action: Information Only

(11) Executive Session pursuant to A.R.S. 38-431.03 (A)(3) for legal advice regarding COVID-19 related Federal, State, or County Programs and Pinal County's ability and options for slowing and controlling the spread of COVID-19 in Pinal County. (Chris Keller/Louis Andersen)

Chairman Smith asked if any Board Members or Staff request to address Item 11 in Executive Session.

Louis Andersen, County Manager, requested to keep the scheduled Executive Session for Item 11.

Item Action: Convened into Executive Session

Motion Made By: Supervisor House Seconded By: Supervisor Goodman

To Convene into Executive Session for Items 11, 12, 13 and 14. Motion Passed

Ayes: Goodman, House, Miller, Rios, Smith (5)

(12) Executive Session pursuant to A.R.S. 38-431.03(A)(3) for legal advice concerning possible revisions to Board of Supervisors General Board Meeting Rules concerning reconsideration of agenda items. (Chris Keller/Anthony Smith)

Item Action: Convened into Executive Session

(13) Executive Session pursuant to A.R.S. 38-431.03(A)(1)(3) for personnel matters and legal advice concerning the Clerk of the Board's evaluation. (Mary Ellen Sheppard/Anthony Smith)

Item Action: Convened into Executive Session

(14) Executive Session pursuant to A.R.S. 38-431.03(A)(1)(3) for personnel matter related to County Manager's performance evaluation and legal advice on the County Manager's contract and or revisions to the same. (Kent Volkmer/Anthony Smith)

Chris Keller, Chief Civil Deputy County Attorney, left the meeting immediately following Executive Session Item 12.

Item Action: Adjourned Executive Session

Motion Made By: Supervisor House Seconded By: Supervisor Miller

To adjourn Executive Session for Items 11, 12, 13 and 14. Motion Passed

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