7.A. (10-4447) Council appointed William Stipp, as citizen representative, to the Police and Fire Public Safety Personnel Retirement Boards to fill the term vacated by Jeanni Ruddy, which expires October 10, 2011.
7.B. (10-4448) Council approved a Use Permit to allow an adult/senior day care facility within the Agricultural Urban (AU) zoning district, in the existing chapel building located on the St. Thomas Evangelical Lutheran Ministries campus at 16200 W. Van Buren Street on the north side of Van Buren Street, approximately 430 feet east of the intersection of Van Buren Street and Sarival Avenue, subject to stipulations.
7.C. (10-4441) Council postponed to a future date considering the following four (4) properties as recommended by the Brownfields Citizens Advisory Committee: 1. City of Goodyear Public Works Operations Site; 2. Former SAT Site (City Center); 3. Former Duncan Farms Property; and 4. Bullard Wash Recreation Corridor and Linear Park.
7.D. (10-4434) Council adopted Ordinance 10-1220 amending the Estrella Commons Planned Area Development (PAD) by redesignating 2.32 acres from the 2-R Single Family Residential District to "The District" which allows for a mix of commercial, office, and multi-family uses generally located 300 feet east of the southeast corner of Estrella Parkway and the Fillmore Street alignment; adopting Supplementary Zoning Map No. 10-001 to provide for the change in zoning; providing separability; and providing for an effective date.
7.E. (10-4438) Council adopted Resolution 10-1385 authorizing the Mayor to execute an Intergovernmental Agreement with the State Of Arizona to landscape and provide irrigation systems for right-of-way on Interstate 10 from Sarival Avenue to Dysart Road.
7.F. (10-4435) Council approved the preliminary plat for Estrella Golf Village Parcel 5.1, generally located along the west side of Westar Drive south of San Miguel Drive within the Estrella Golf Village Final PAD, subject to stipulations.
7.G. (10-4436) Council approved the preliminary plat for Estrella Golf Village Parcel 5.3, generally located along the west side of Westar Drive south of San Miguel Drive within the Estrella Golf Village Final PAD, subject to stipulations.
7.H. (10-4437) Council approved the preliminary plat for Estrella Golf Village Parcel 5.5, generally located along the west side of Westar Drive south of San Miguel Drive within the Estrella Golf Village Final PAD, subject to stipulations.
7.I. (10-4439) Council adopted Resolution 10-1384 authorizing the Mayor to execute an Intergovernmental Agreement with the State of Arizona for Federal reimbursement for costs associated with improvements to the Union Pacific Railroad Crossing at Litchfield Road.
7.J. (10-4432) Council adopted Resolution 10-1383 authorizing the City Manager or designee to renew Agreement 71736 via Amendment No. 002 with the City of Phoenix.
8.A. (10-4406) 1. Council adopted Resolution 10-1373 authorizing the Mayor to execute an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City of Goodyear and the City of Litchfield Park for fire protection assistance and emergency medical services, providing for an effective date.
2. City of Goodyear Mayor James Cavanaugh and Litchfield Park Mayor Tom Schoaf officially signed two original IGA's.
8.B. (10-4443) Council continued a Zoning Ordinance text amendment and amendments to Chapter 10 of the City Code to the August 23, 2010 meeting.
8.C. (10-4416) Council adopted Ordinance 10-1214 approving a request to rezone 16 acres located at the southwest corner of Cotton Lane and Camelback Road from Agricultural (AG) to Final Planned Area Development (PAD) to facilitate the development of commercial and business park uses within the Cotton Camel Center; adopting Supplementary Zoning Map No. 09-013 to provide for the PAD Zoning; providing separability, and providing for an effective date.
8.D. (10-4461) 1. Council tabled reinstating the Tuition Reimbursement Program and identifying a funding source appropriate within the FY 10-11 budget;
2. Council tabled reinstating the Business Advocate position and identifying a funding source appropriate within the FY 10-11 budget; and
3. Council authorized the expenditure of $1.1 million plus a $400,000 reserve fund in FY 11, totaling up to $1.5 million for funding Vehicle Replacement and Reserve.
This is a representation of the Council Meeting. Full Minutes are available in the Clerk's Office within 72 hours of the meeting.
Last Updated: 6/29/2010