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THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 2019 AT 6:00 P.M.

A.   Call to Order   Convened at 6:00 p.m.
Roll Call and Ascertain Quorum   All present
Pledge of Allegiance  Led by Mayor Irwin
Invocation   Delivered by Tony Alba, Community Services Manager
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B.   Call to the Public
This is a business meeting of the Town Council. The Town values and welcomes public input. Please address the Council as a whole and not individual Council Members. Do not address staff or members of the audience. Council action on items brought up in Call to the Public is limited by the Open Meeting Law. The Council may direct staff to study the matter and reschedule for further consideration at a later date. Items on the agenda will not be heard or discussed in Call to the Public. Individuals are limited to three (3) minutes.
Comments offered by Sherrie Swanson, Lloyd Pentecost, Kate Dobler and Dave Clark
C.   Consent Agenda
All items listed in the Consent Agenda are considered routine matters and will be enacted by one motion of the Council. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Member of Town Council requests that an item or items be removed for discussion. Council Member may ask questions without removal of the item from the Consent Agenda. Items removed from the Consent Agenda are considered in their normal sequence as listed on the agenda, unless called out of sequence.
Approved with 7-0 vote
C.1   Consider approval of the Minutes of the Town Council Regular Meeting held on February 7, 2019.
Town Clerk
C.2   Consider accepting the Minutes of the Mayor's Youth Advisory Committee Regular Meetings held on November 8, 2018 and December 13, 2018.
Recreation Coordinator
C.3   Consider accepting the minutes of the Public Safety Personnel Retirement System Local Board Special Meeting held on July 12, 2018.
PD, Executive Secretary
C.4   Consider accepting the Minutes of the Planning & Zoning Commission Regular Meeting held on January 24, 2019.
Dep. Town Clerk
C.5   Consider the Special Event Liquor License Application of The Episcopal Church of Our Saviour Fundraising Event, scheduled for August 1, 2019 at the White Mountain Nature Center, 425 S. Woodland Road, Lakeside, AZ 85929.
Town Clerk
C.6   Consider Liquor License Application #49854 Series #12 (Restaurant), New Liquor License to Ezequiel Sanchez Martinez, dba Mr. Zeke’s, located at 476 W. White Mountain Boulevard, Lakeside AZ 85929.
Town Clerk
C.7   Consider the request from Arizona Downs for an Off-Track Pari-mutuel Wagering License/Permit to conduct wagering through June 30, 2021 at The Lion’s Den, located at 2408 E. White Mountain Boulevard, Pinetop AZ 85935.
Town Clerk
C.8   Consider the Application for Permanent Extension of Premises/Patio Permit of Gerard James Charnholm, dba The Lion's Den, 2408 E. White Mountain Boulevard, Pinetop AZ 85935.
Town Clerk
C.9   Consider the Special Event Liquor License Application of Pinetop-Lakeside Chamber of Commerce Fundraising Event, scheduled for March 16, 2019 at The Beverage House Wine & Cheeze Bar, 857 E. White Mountain Boulevard, Pinetop, AZ 85935.
Town Clerk
C.10   Consider approval of the Town Check Register for the Period January 1 through 31, 2019.
Finance Director
D.   Business Before the Council
Public comment will be taken at the beginning of each agenda item, after the subject has been announced by the Mayor and explained by staff. Any citizen, who wishes, may speak one time for five minutes on each agenda item before or after Council discussion. Questions from Council members, however, may be directed to staff or a member of the public through the Mayor at any time.
D.1   Recognition of the Law Enforcement, Firefighters and Emergency Medical Technician of the Year.
Recognized and Award Plaque presented to Law Enforcement Officer of the Year:  Deputy Connor Francis, Navajo County Sheriff's Office and Officer Joseph Muse;  Firefighter of the Year:  Jack Gessner, Timber Mesa Fire/Medical District and Cory Esparza, Pinetop Fire Department; and Paramedic/Emergency Medical Technician of the Year:  Richie Holbomb, Pinetop Fire Department and Michael Atchley, Timber Mesa Fire/Medical District.
John Beeler, VFW 2364
D.2   Recognition of Parks & Facilities Manager, Frank Naranjo's graduation from Park & Recreation Maintenance Management School through National Park & Recreation Association and North Carolina State University.
Recognized and certificate presented. 
Public Works Director
D.3   Presentation from Mayor's Youth Advisory Committee on Project RAADR.
Committee Members
D.4   Presentation from the Humane Society of the White Mountains.
Deena Pace, Director
D.5   Presentation from the Blue Ridge Unified School District regarding "How to Become a Read On Community."
Jay Cox, Director
D.6   Presentation to Council on new Government website.
Rec Coord & Library Mgr
D.7   Public Hearing regarding the Proposed Amendments to Title 5, Chapter 5.08 - Peddler's and Solicitor's Permits; Resolution No. 19-1494, Declaring as Public Record a Certain Document Filed with the Town Clerk and entitled "Town Code Amendments to Title 5, Chapter 5.08 - Temporary Use Permit;" and Ordinance No. 19-417, Repealing and Replacing the Town Code Title 5, Chapter 5.08 - Peddler's and Solicitor's Permits" with Chapter 5.08 Temporary Use Permits.
Presented minor corrections to the proposed code amendments. Hearing held - Robert Ingels, Larry McCormick and Pat DeRoiser offered comments.  Adopted Resolution No. 19-1494 with 6-1 vote and Adopted Ordinance No. 19-417 with 7-0 vote.
Community Dev. Director
D.8   Public Hearing and Consider Resolution No. 19-1495, Adopting the Fee for Mobile Merchants.
Hearing held. Adopted Resolution No. 19-1495 with amendment to change the fee to $300.00, and passed by 7-0 vote.
Community Dev. Director
D.9   Public Hearing and Consider Ordinance No. 19-418, amending the Official Zoning Map of the Town to rezone APN's 212-39-005, 212-39-010, 212-39-007 and 212-39-011a located at 591, 605, 607 and 623 Woodland Road in a portion of Section 36, Township 9 North, Range 22 East, Navajo County, Arizona, from R-LOW, Rural Residential to C-1, Light Commercial.
Hearing held.  Adopted Ordinance No. 19-418 with 7-0 vote.
Community Dev. Director
D.10   Consider Resolution No. 19-1496, Approving the form of the Lease/Purchase Agreement with Zions Bancorporation, N.A., Salt Lake City, Utah and authorize the execution and delivery thereof. (Pertaining to the Town’s Solid Waste Recycling Plan = $112,500 [Land Purchase of property located at 1000 S. Woodland Road for $55,000 and Land Improvements of $57,500]).
Adopted Resolution No. 19-1496 with 7-0 vote.
Finance Director
D.11   Presentation of the Appraisal Review Report of Woodland Lake Park Townsite Act Sale (107.5 acres +/- within Section 6 T8N, R23E, and Section 31 T9N, R23E, G&SRM, Navajo County, Arizona) provided by United State Department of Agriculture, Forest Service Southwestern Region.
Accepted with 7-0 vote.
Town Manager
D.12   Consider an Executive Session.  Meeting held.
Pursuant to A.R.S. 38-431.03(A)(3 & 4) the Council may vote to enter into Executive Session:  A.  Upon a public majority vote of the members constituting a quorum, a public body may hold an executive session for the following purposes:
(3)   Discussion or consultation for legal advice with the attorney or attorneys of the public body.
(4)   Discussion or consultation with the attorneys of the public body in order to consider its position and instruct its attorneys regarding the public body’s position regarding contracts that are the subject of negotiations, in pending or contemplated litigation or in settlement discussions conducted in order to avoid or resolve litigation.
  • Obtaining legal advice on possible litigation regarding Town actions concerning the “Clean Energy for Healthy Arizona” ballot initiative.
Town Attorney & Town Mgr
E.   Adjournment
Adjourned at 8:53 p.m.
Posted on March 1, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. at the following locations:

Remilie S. Miller, MMC
Town Clerk
Town Hall
325 W. White Mountain Blvd.
Lakeside, AZ 85929
Pinetop U.S. Post Office
712 E. White Mountain Blvd.
Pinetop, AZ 85935
Town Website
Lakeside U.S. Post Office
1815 W. Jackson Lane
Lakeside, AZ 85929
Note: This meeting is open to the public. All interested people are welcome to attend. A copy of agenda background material provided to Council Members, with the exception of material relating to possible executive session, are available for public inspection at the Town Clerk's Office, 325 W. White Mountain Boulevard, Lakeside, AZ. 85929, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. or online at

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