Official Board Business
9:00 A.M. EXECUTIVE SESSION FOR DISCUSSION AND CONSULTATION WITH LEGAL COUNSEL IN ACCORDANCE WITH A.R.S. 38-431.03 (A) (3) (4) & (7) TO DISCUSS ITEMS NOTICED ON THE AGENDA WITH AN ASTERISK.
9:30 AM MEETING CALLED TO ORDER WITH INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE.
THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MAY, BY MOTION, RECESS INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION TO RECEIVE LEGAL ADVICE FROM THE BOARD’S ATTORNEY(S) ON ANY ITEM CONTAINED IN THIS AGENDA PURSUANT TO A.R.S. 38-431.03 (A) (3) (4) & (7).
MOTION AND ACTION TO CALL FOR AN EXECUTIVE SESSION TO BE HELD APRIL 4, 2022 AT 9:00 A.M., FOR DISCUSSION AND CONSULTATION WITH LEGAL COUNSEL IN ACCORDANCE WITH A.R.S. 38-431.03 (A) (3) (4) & (7) TO DISCUSS ITEMS NOTICED ON THE AGENDA WITH AN ASTERISK.
OFFICIAL BUSINESS TO COME BEFORE THE BOARD: *1. Discussion of pending or contemplated litigation claims and demands. 2. Committee and/or Legislative Reports. 3. County Manager’s Report. 4. Approve the February 22, 2022 BOS
CALL TO THE PUBLIC
Pursuant to ARS 38-431.01(H) a public body may make an open call to the public during a public meeting, subject to reasonable time, place and manner restrictions, to allow individuals to address the public body on any issue within the jurisdiction of the public body. At the conclusion of an open call to the public, individual members of the public body may respond to criticism made by those who have addressed the public body, may ask staff to review a matter or may ask that a matter be put on a future agenda. However, members of the public body shall not discuss or take legal action on matters raised during an open call to the public unless the matters are properly noticed for discussion and legal action.
The following items listed under CONSENT AGENDA will be considered as a group and acted upon by one motion with no separate discussion of said items, unless a Board Member so requests. In that event, the item will be removed from the CONSENT AGENDA for separate discussion and action.
Agenda Item 5.
Recommend approval of an Application for Extension of Premises/Patio Permit for Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6306, 12858 Oatman Hwy, Topock, Arizona; Event dates April 3 – April 10, 2022.
Agenda Item 6.
Recommend approval of an Application for a New Application Liquor License for Keith R. Fernung dba Dixie Belle, 1477 Queens Bay, Lake Havasu City, Arizona; Series 008 Conveyance.
Agenda Item 7.
Recommend approval of an Application for a New Application Liquor License for David Allan Stone, Jr. dba Refuge Country Club, 3275 N. Latrobe Drive, Lake Havasu City, Arizona; Series 014 Club.
Agenda Item 8.
Approve the appointment of the following Republican Precinct Committeemen: Lara Goodell, Lake Havasu City North (219); Chris S. Derks, Lake Havasu City South (220); Robin Macpherson, Lake Havasu City South (220); Don Macpherson, Lake Havasu City South (220); Ranee E. Cates, Golden Valley (210); Renald W. Devali, Bullhead City (211); and accept the resignation/removal of Richard Dazzo, Wikieup (201) and Joan McCall, Kingman South (217), as requested by the Republican Central Committee.
Agenda Item 9.
Approve Contract Amendment #2 for CTR050596 for the Health Start Program, fund #241-04-5132, between Arizona Department of Health Services and Mohave County Department of Public Health (Nursing Division) for Pursuant to the Special Terms and Conditions, Provision Three (3), Contract Extensions Five (5) Year Maximum, the Contract shall be extended for the second (2nd) year through July 5, 2023; no revised budget needed. – Department of Health
Agenda Item 10.
Approve Contract Amendment #1 for RFGA2020-001-03 for Arizona Health Zone (AzHz), fund #227-04-5131, between Arizona Department of Health Services and Mohave County Department of Health (Nutrition Division), for Pursuant to the Terms and Conditions, Provision Three (3), Grant Administration and Operation, section 3.2 Contract Renewal, The Grant is hereby extended to September 30, 2022; no revised budget is needed. – Department of Health
Agenda Item 11.
Approval of an operating transfer from PY20 and FY21 Dislocated Worker (DW) programs. PY20 Dislocated Worker 88289468 reducing original allocation by $117,395 from $117,610 to $215 transfer to PY20 Adult Program 88289445 increasing original allocation by $117,395 from $69,739 to $187,134. Also, FY21 Dislocated Worker 88289470 reducing original allocation by $253,682 from $479,973 to $226,291 transfer to FY21 Adult Program 88289466 increasing original allocation by $253,682 from $798,098 to $1,051,780. Total transfer from Dislocated Worker to Adult will be $371,077. Please see revised budgets for FY2022 in backup materials. – Community Services
Agenda Item 12.
Accept the resignation of Mohave/La Paz Workforce Development Board (WDB): Kenda Robinson, DES Regional Manager (Title III Representative) and Lisa Van Ella, Foothills Bank (Business Sector). – Community Services
Agenda Item 13.
Approve the adoption of BOS Resolution No. 2022-046 approving Contract #521-22 between the State of Arizona Department of Housing (ADOH) and Mohave County providing grant funds in the amount of $7,000 for the period of January 1, 2022 through December 31, 2022, to be used for the planning/training activities for Community Services Department staff to work with Mohave County homeless Continuum of Care (CoC) partner organizations in order to coordinate services for homeless individuals in Mohave County and approval of attached budget for fund no. 871-5-0851. – Community Services
Agenda Item 14.
Approve the award and sign Contract 22-P-02, Carnival Operator Services, with Brown’s Amusements, Mesa, Arizona, for an initial one year period commencing upon award, with the County having the right, at its sole option, to renew for up to four additional one-year periods on behalf of the Public Works – Parks Division to provide carnival operation services, including the provision of rides, booths, games, and concessions for the Mohave County Fair and other County events at the Mohave County Fairgrounds. This is a revenue-generating contract that will help offset fairgrounds operation’s costs for the County. – Procurement
Agenda Item 15.
Approve and sign Amendment No. Eight (8) to Contract No. 18-P-05, Armed/Unarmed Security Guard Services with U.S. Security Associates d.b.a. Advance Security, Allied Universal, Phoenix, Arizona, to modify the Contract’s Exhibit One (1) “Mohave County Locations, Hours, and Information,” and remove Exhibit Two (2) “Court Security Guard Academy” removing services for all Mohave County Court Locations, with all other Contract terms and conditions remaining the same, on behalf of Mohave County Courts and Risk Management Department. – Procurement
Agenda Item 16.
Approve the utilization of the State of Arizona Cooperative Contract No. CTR056088-1 with American Guard Services Inc., Los Angeles, California, for Armed/Unarmed Security Services for all Mohave County Court Locations, effective through July 11, 2023, provided Arizona State exercises all renewal options. Funding for these services will be sourced to 100-1-2905/43192, on behalf of the Mohave County Courts and Risk Management Department. – Procurement
Agenda Item 17.
Approve and sign Amendment One (1), to Contract 21-PS-12, Civil Engineering Services – New Kingman/Butler Sewer Expansion Project Design, with Sunrise Engineering, authorizing the use of the County Seal, with all other terms and conditions remaining the same, on behalf of Development Services. – Procurement
Agenda Item 18.
Approve and sign Amendment No. Four (4) to Sole Source Contract No. 18-SS-02 – Stormwater Repair Material to Kalamazoo Materials (-01), and Vista Landscape (-02), extending the Contracts for an additional one (1) year period from March 19, 2022 through March 18, 2023, with all other terms and conditions remaining the same, on behalf of the Public Works – Roads Department. – Procurement
Agenda Item 19.
Approve and sign Amendment No. Two (2) to multi-awarded Contracts 19-PS-19, “Job Order Contract – Water Systems,” with Lewis Equipment, LLC, Kingman, AZ (-01) and Premier Backhoe, Inc., Fort Mohave, AZ (-02); extending the Contracts for a one (1) year period, from March 16, 2022 through March 15, 2023, with all other terms and conditions remaining the same, on behalf of the Public Works Department – Water Systems Division. – Procurement
Agenda Item 20.
Approve and sign Amendment No. Four (4) to Sole Source Contract No. 18-SS-03 – Diesel Fuel in the Arizona Strip Area with Pilot Thomas Logistics, extending the Contract for the final one (1) year period from March 19, 2022 through March 18, 2023, with all other terms and conditions remaining the same, on behalf of the Public Works – Roads Department. This is a needs-based Contract for fuel delivery in the portion of Mohave County north of the Colorado River. – Procurement
Agenda Item 21.
Approve and sign Amendment No. Two (2) to Contract No. 20-B-02, “Hualapai Mountain Park Water Haul Services,” with Ranch Water Services, Inc., Kingman, Arizona, extending the Contract for an additional one-year period with all other terms and conditions remaining the same, on behalf of Public Works Department – Parks Division. – Procurement
Agenda Item 22.
Approve the award, and sign Contract 22-B-01, I-40 Water System Well 4 and Waterline Improvements to Pat Bern Construction, Lake Havasu City, Arizona to complete the installation of a 12-inch ductile iron waterline connection to Well No. 4 in the I-40 Industrial Corridor Water System, on behalf of the Public Works Department in the amount of $ $272,948.94 with additional 5.9% project contingency of $16,051.06, for a total project budget of $289,000; furthermore, approve transfer of $60,000 from I-40 Connections Fund 85694953 necessary to augment the $229,000 in the FY 22 adopted budget for project performance. Funding for this project will be through FY22 approved budgeted fund 85094953-48000. – Procurement
Agenda Item 23.
Approve the utilization of the BuyBoard Cooperative Contract No. 607-20, “Software as a Service (SaaS) Products, Cybersecurity Assessments, and Related Services” awarded to ClearGov, Inc. (Maynard, Massachusetts); for the purchase of an Operational, Personnel, Capital, and Digital, budgeting software, effective through March 31, 2023, provided that all renewal options are exercised. The total purchase price in FY2022 is budget neutral consisting of a one-time fee of $9,360 and $16,120 for 3 months of software maintenance totaling $25,480, plus applicable tax, sourced to funds budgeted in Financial Services. The annual subscription fee of $64,480, plus applicable tax, will automatically increase at a rate of 3% per annum after the initial service period and will be budgeted in Information Technology in the same manner other annual software maintenance fees are budgeted. – Procurement
Agenda Item 24.
Approve and sign Amendment No. Two (2) to Farm Lease Agreement 19-LS-03 for the purpose of farming 15 acres of County-owned farmland (APN 225-26-109) in Mohave Valley, Arizona, with 4-B Farms, extending the Contract for the first optional one (1) year period, from April 6, 2022 through April 5, 2023, with all other terms and conditions remaining the same, on behalf of the County Manager’s Office. – Procurement
Agenda Item 25.
Approve the utilization of General Services Administration (GSA) Cooperative Contract No. 47QREA21D000B Agency Human Capital Strategy, Policy and Operations, Talent Acquisition and Order – Level Materials, effective through December 13, 2025, with C Evans Consulting, LLC, Reston, Virginia for the purchase of a detailed and comprehensive workforce strategic analysis report, in the amount of $57,803.07, on behalf of the Public Health Department. Funding for this purchase will be sourced to a portion of the Board Authorized use of CDC Workforce Development Grant funds (27345108-33140 – Federal Grants). – Procurement
Agenda Item 26.
Approve the County’s continued participation in the State of Arizona Surplus Property Program and sign the “Authorization and Update Eligibility Recertification & Records Update Form” and the “Nondiscrimination Assurance Form” to obtain acquisition of surplus property from the State of Arizona Surplus Property Management Office, and authorize Melissa Palmer, Assistant Health Director and Randy Janssen, Equipment Fleet Manager, as Authorized Signers for Mohave County, on behalf of the Public Health and Public Works Departments. – Procurement
Agenda Item 27.
Approve the Monthly (January 2022 and February 2022) Reports for Procurement Activity between $10,000 and $50,000. – Procurement
Agenda Item 28.
Approve Mohave County’s warrant register for January 2022 in the amount of $5,518,146.31. – Financial Services
Agenda Item 29.
Approve the proposed settlement of the property tax valuation appeal, CALAZ Property Management, LLC v. Mohave County, ST2021-000063. This settlement involves parcels #214-50-002, #214-50-003A, #213-50-004A located in the City of Bullhead. This settlement will result in an estimated 2022 tax reduction from $17,960.99 to $16,450.93 ($1,510.06 estimated tax reduction). Mohave County’s portion of the estimated tax reduction is $231.29. This case is for the 2021 tax year, and tax estimated are based on 2021 rates. Any resulting overpayment of property taxes will not be refunded but will be treated as pre-payment of future taxes. – Deputy County Attorney
Agenda Item 30.
Acceptance of the Project Sponsor Agreement between the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office and the Arizona State Parks Board in the amount of $800,000. Authorize the Chairman of the Board of Supervisors to sign the Project Sponsor Agreement, create budget accordingly and authorize the purchase of requested items. – Sheriff
Agenda Item 31.
Approve the Federal National Criminal History Improvement Grant Agreement for court staff overtime and ERE costs of $16,568 and $199 for paper and toner. Approve the allowance of a match of $1,863 to help support this clean up project that is endorsed by the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission. – Judge Davis
Agenda Item 32.
Approve utilizing the FARE program reimbursement funds received in the amount of $621.76 to purchase sweaters for the staff so that our employees have a uniformed, professional appearance. – Judge Davis
Agenda Item 33.
Approve the attached Certificate of Removal and Abatement for 12 parcels of personal property; total amount to be abated is $3,327.94. – Treasurer
Agenda Item 34.
Approve the report of routine personnel actions taken during the pay period of February 12, 2022 through February 25, 2022 and acknowledge the report of routine Superior Court personnel actions taken during the pay period of February 12, 2022 through February 25, 2022. – County Manager
Agenda Item 35.
Authorize the Chairman to execute the 30-year Right-of-Way agreement (AZAR 0031673) between Mohave County and the Bureau of Land Management – County Manager
Agenda Item 36.
Approve to accept the modified FY2022 911 Operations Budget, increased in the amount of $587,698.82, to cover the costs of the 911 AT&T upgrade to the existing 911 system for all 911 PSAP’s in Mohave County (Lake Havasu City, City of Kingman, City of Bullhead City, Colorado City Marshal’s Office and the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office) for ADOA-GFR for the Arizona 911 Grant Program with installation taking place in June 2022. – Sheriff
Agenda Item 37.
Approve the adoption of BOS Resolution No. 2022-060 – A resolution setting forth an approval of a Subdivision Final Plat for Village Estates, Tract 4198 Phase D, being a proposed subdivision of a portion of Section 3, Township 18 North, Range 22 West, in the South Mohave Valley vicinity, Mohave County, Arizona. – Development Services
TIM WALSH, JR., P.E., DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DIRECTOR:
Agenda Item 38.
Discussion and Possible Action RE: Direct staff to amend Section 41 Board of Adjustment of the Mohave County Zoning Ordinance, to replace the establishment of a Board of Adjustment in each supervisorial district with the establishment of one Board of Adjustment with countywide jurisdiction that is composed of one member who is a resident of each supervisorial district as outlined in A.R.S. § 11-816.
STEVEN P. LATOSKI, P.E., PTOE, PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR:
Agenda Item 39.
Discussion and possible action RE: A) Approve the use of up to $110,500 in ARPA funds allocated to District 1 for the Public Works Department to perform surface treatment of Virgin Acres Boulevard from Front Street south 1 mile to remediate severely distressed asphalt pavement not presently maintained by the County and further approve and authorize the Chairman to sign a funding agreement through negotiated public-private partnership between Mohave County and LV Petroleum, LLC to execute the work estimated at $147,000 under 75 percent Mohave County District 1 ARPA and 25 percent LV Petroleum, LLC cost share in connection with a new TA Travel Center on a portion of real property APN 402-30-026, in the Littlefield, Arizona area and whereby said District 1 ARPA funds will not be expended until after April 2022 when the final ARPA guidance and rules take effect; and B) Rescind condition in Board of Supervisors Resolution No. 2021-206 that the developer of a site approximately 21.07 acres in size on Assessor’s Parcel No. 402-30-026 provide surface treatment of the 1.2 mile stretch for the current twenty-four (24) foot width of Virgin Acres Boulevard.
RON GOULD, CHAIRMAN, MOHAVE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS:
Agenda Item 40.
Discussion and possible action RE: Creating a standard course of action for the Mohave County Treasury Department to sell foreclosed real property that meets the requirements of A.R.S. 42-18303 § (F) (1) and (2) for the value of the land based on the assessment of the Mohave County Assessor’s Office, and to include foreclosure and recording fees.
Agenda Item 41.
Discussion and possible action RE: Recommend approval of the Application for permanent Extension of Premises for Hooch’s 66 Bar & Grill, LLC, 5035 E. Lake Powell Rd, Topock, Arizona.
RYAN ESPLIN, CHIEF CIVIL DEPUTY COUNTY ATTORNEY:
Agenda Item 42.
Discussion and possible action RE: Regarding the Scheme of Arrangement for Mallinckrodt’s proceeding in Ireland, authorize the Mohave County Attorney’s Office to designate the examiner in the Irish Proceeding, Michael McAteer, as Mohave County’s proxy, and instruct Mr. McAteer to vote in favor of the Scheme of Arrangement.