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14 May 2019  

Let's talk water!!! Study session @ 1; regular meeting @ 3.

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 Agenda  Agenda Packet 

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. ROLL CALL

3. DISCUSSION

Watch the video of the Study Sessio here:

A. Presentation by Public Works on the Annual Water Withdrawal and Use Report

Council Memo Printout

a. 2018 ADWR Annual Water Withdrawal and Use Summary

B. Presentation by Herb Dishlip of Herb Dishlip Consulting, LLC, on the City's Water Resource Management Model.

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  • Organize databases
  • Provide an analysis tool to determine trends
  • Provide a monitoring tool for assured water supply designations status
  • Provide a planning tool to evaluate future demand vs. Supply conditions

How does the long range vision provide for the data supply?

What is the ultimate need for the City of Prescott longterm?

First, determine Planning Areas

Planning Area 1 is City Limits + CVID+YPIT + County Area served by the City

Planning Area 2: General Plan Extent + Planning Area 1

Account base: 88% single family, 9 % non residential

88% of accounts use 55% of the water

9% non-residential uses 34% of the water

 Tracking "future" accounts:

Types of future accounts

How to track or estimate future accounts

Tracking to track based on master plan, zoning density or General Plan Land Use Map

Future accounts: 4674 

Planning area #2: 15704 future accounts

GROWTH = BUILDOUT DEMAND - STARTING DEMAND

Starting Demand

Watter deliveries vary year to year

WRMM creates a "Normalized" starting condition

Assumes all accounts 24,183 are using water

Establishes individual account average demand based on a minimum of 60 months of delivery data

Assumes a water demand for new and dormant customers based on 

Average use within the particular subdivision or tract

Average use withint he entire service area for simiilar types of service

Starting Demand Results for Normalized Results

Total: 6713

Build out Demand Results

Planning area 1:34,936

Planning area 2: 45,966

Build Out demand Results

Planning area 1: 9407

Planning Area 2: 12,732 (This is worst case scenario).

Growth in Demand: 

Planning area 1: 2693

Planning area 2: 6032

HOw long until build out?

20 year input

50 year input

Ultimate buildout

Average: 339 units per year.

How long to build out:

Planning area 1: 20 years

Average: Planning area 1=34 years

Planning area 2: 64 years

Ultimately: How big is your bucket?

Planning area 1:

Planning area 2:

They are authorized to use 16K acre feet per year. 

They are looking at the worst case scenario of 12K acre feet per year. 

What if Adjustments: 

Bug Chino Years to Defer: 20

339 new accounts /year: 34 years to bulidout

Groundwater allowance 9371.5 to 10645.6

Surface 1,391

94.5 AF equvalent

Big Chno Importation 4,470 after agreement with Prescott Valley

Surface water: variable supply: use it or lose it.

Supply reliability: 

Groundwater reliable

Surface waer: highly variable

Reclaimed water: reliable

Long term storage credits highly reliable

Extinguismnents credits - basically groundwater

Big Chino importation highly reliable, but requires pipeline.

Planning Area  1: without Big Chino - a large cushion 

Planning Area 2: without Big Chino - a small cushion.

Big Chino isn't imperative immediately.

Wants to evaluate multi-family residentail demand

Evaluate if commercial and related other demands

Establish an annual update procedure to keep model current

Run "what if" scenarios

"For what you need and what you look at, this model is a tool to give you information."

"We like to make data driven decisions," said Mayor Mengarelli. "[We're] in a great spot," he said.

Councilman Goode: "Usage of water is quite impressive," he said. "Clearly, we're going to have a pretty reliable future of available water. It's pretty encouraging."

"It's very evident that this community has been very sensitive to water use," Councilman Lamerson says. "The City of Prescott is the pioneer in Arizona."

Citizen (didn't catch name): Asks about other communities and other entities so that we can have a regional solution to best and wisest water uses.

Larry Meads: 3% of the accounts allocated to multi-family, and they use 10% of the water.

William Goswell: Under what circumstances does SRP give us the right to start storing water in our aquifers. 

Rob Simpson: Wants to use air conditioning condensation in some way? Claims that in San Diego there is similar humidity??? Asks other questions, but didn't really understand them.

4. ADJOURNMENT


Downloads:
 Agenda  Agenda Packet 

1. CALL TO ORDER

2. INTRODUCTIONS/ANNOUNCEMENTS

3. INVOCATION

Charlotte Evans, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

4. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Mayor Pro Tem Orr

5. ROLL CALL

6. PRESENTATIONS

2019 World's Oldest Rodeo Update

Every current Champion Cowboy, purse of over $260K.

Not really a drawing, if you can ride, you can win!

Ticket sales in 2018: 532,775

Pre-ticket sales doing well!

TrueWest Best of the West 2019 award, 4 years in a row!

All 50 states and major cities represented, 21 nations

Wild Horse Races - full every night!

USA Today, "Prescott is the home of the World's Oldest Rodeo!"

Return money to the commuity.

Year round economic engine: 28,000 Yavapai Fair attendance

August 2 weeks - Western Experience

Tough Enough to Wear Pink

Improvements and Refurbishments: $35,020.75 expenses invested

For the 1st year, didn't have to have a plumber on call every performance!

Total since 2007 invested on rodeo grounds $273K

Right now, up about $16K in pre-ticket sales.

#StayCowboy!

Parade: July 6th

Specialty Act: 1 Armed Bandit

Justin Rutherford - barrelman clown

Top in the Pro Rodeo business.

Hires the good acts 3-4 years ahead of time.

7. PROCLAMATIONS

A. Prescott Heritage Trail History Hunt

Idea of City Manager Michael Lamar.

History Hunt Adventure

 B. Motorcycle Safety & Awareness Month

C. Memorial Day

8. CONSENT AGENDA

A. Approval of minutes for the April 23, 2019 Special Meeting/Executive Session and the April 23, 2019 Voting Meeting.

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a. April 23, 2019 Voting Meeting Minutes

b. April 23, 2019 Special Meeting/Executive Session Minutes

B. Award of City Contract 2019-196 to Ridgeline Builders in the amount of $91,190.99 for the construction of restrooms at the Constellation Trail trailhead. Funding is available in Transient Occupancy (bed) tax.

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a. Ridgeline Builders IFB Response

C. Award of contract to Southern Tire Mart and Prescott Tire Pros utilizing Arizona State Contract No. CTR042117-1 for an annual amount of $300,000.00 (City Contract No. 2019-220).

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D. Award City Contract 2019-222 to Test America Laboratories, Inc. for Water and Wastewater Analytical Services in an amount not to exceed $75,000.00 annually. Award City Contract 2019-223 to Legend Technical Services of Arizona, Inc. for Water and Wastewater Analytical Services in an amount not to exceed $75,000.00 annually. Funding is available in the Water and Wastewater Funds.

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a. Water Wastewater Analytical Services 2019 - Bid Tab

E. Award of City Contract No. 2019-219 to Asphalt Paving & Supply, Inc., for the Prescott Lakes Parkway Water Main Extension Project, in the amount of $155,855.55. Funding is available in the Water Fund.

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a. LP Water Main Extension Vicinity

F. Award of City Contract No. 2019-227 to Natina Products for the Willow Creek and Bashford Court Wall Treatments Project, in the amount of $30,467.00. Funding is available in the Streets Fund.

Council Memo Printout

a. Natina Willow-Bashford Proposal

G. Adoption of Resolution No. 2019-1688 for appointment of Fire Chief Dennis B. Light as Applicant Agent on Behalf of the City of Prescott Cost Recovery Efforts Regarding Winter Storm of February 21-22, 2019.

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a. Resolution No. 2019-1688

b. City of Prescott Proclamation of Emergency Dated: February 21, 2019

c. State of Arizona Declaration of Emergency Dated: February 28, 2019

d. Exhibit A: Designated Applicant Agent Form

H. Adoption of Resolution No. 2019-1693 approving the use of eminent domain to acquire property necessary for improvements to the Government Canyon Bridge.

Committee Memo Printout

a. Resolution No. 2019-1693

b. Exhibit A - Government Canyon Bridge

I. Adoption of Resolution No 2019-1692 approving the use of eminent domain to acquire property necessary for the Hope Street drainage improvements.

Committee Memo Printout

a. Resolution No. 2019-1692

b. Exhibit A Map

J. Approval of EBSCO Information Services Contract No. 2019-215 in the amount of $12,500.00 per year. Funding is available in the General Fund.

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K. Approval for the Fire Department to apply for various Fiscal Year 2020 grant funding opportunities.

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L. RVP19-007, Revision of Plat of Foothill Meadows Unit I, subdividing one existing parcel into two parcels; Zoning is Single-Family 35 (SF-35). Owner: Matthew Sullivan; APN 106-07-021D. Location: 3217 Jack Drive.

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a. Vicinity Zoning Map

b. Aerial Map

c. Proposed Revision of Plat

d. Site Plan

9. CONSENT ORDINANCE

A. Adoption of Ordinance No. 2019-1661 authorizing the Quit Claim of a portion of Sam Hill Property to Prescott College, Inc.

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a. Ordinance No. 2019-1661

b. Quit Claim Deed

c. Vicinity Map

10. LIQUOR LICENSE AGENDA

A. NEW LICENSES

1. Public Hearing and consideration for a New liquor license application for a Series 9 Liquor Store liquor license from Kim Kenneth Kwiatkowski, applicant, for Circle K Store #9525; Location: 940 Willow Creek Road.

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a. LIQUOR LICENSE SERIES NUMBER DEFINITIONS

b. R19-1-702

2. Public Hearing and consideration for a New liquor license application for a Series 12 Restaurant liquor license from Bao Myia Vang, applicant, for Fujiyama Japanese Restaurant & Sushi Bar; Location: 1781 East Hwy 69 #15.

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a. LIQUOR LICENSE SERIES NUMBER DEFINITIONS

b. R19-1-702

11. REGULAR AGENDA

A. Appointment of Members to the Board of Adjustment and the Pedestrian, Bicycle and Traffic Advisory Committee.

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a. May 2019 BCC Recommendations

B. Public Hearing for City of Prescott’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program Draft PY2019 Annual Action Plan and Adoption of CDBG Annual Action Plan (Resolution No. 2019-1685).

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a. Resolution No. 2019-1685

b. Annual Action Plan Program Year 2019

C. Award of City Contract No. 2019-209 to Cactus Transport, Inc DBA: Cactus Asphalt for the FY19 Pavement Preservation - Chip Seal, in the amount of $548,314.57. Funding is available in the Streets Fund.

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a. SR89 Chip Seal Vicinity Map

b. Cactus Asphalt Offer & Acceptance

c. Summary FY19 SR89 Cactus Asphalt

D. Award of City Contract No. 2019-208 to Sunland Asphalt & Construction Inc. including night work for the SR89 Pavement Rehabilitation Project, in the amount of $1,222,722.00.00. Funding is available in the Streets Fund.

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a. SR89 Pavement Rehabilitation Project Vicinity Map

b. 1GPA Combined Documents

c. SR89 Pavement Rehabilitation Summary Sheet

E. Resolution No. 2019-1689 Declaring the document titled "Chapter 3-14: Development Fees" a public record, and Ordinance No. 2019-1662 Amending the IIP and LUA, and adopting updated Development Impact Fees.

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a. Resolution No. 2019-1689

b. Resolution No. 2019-1689, Exhibit A

c. Ordinance No. 2019-1662

F. Adoption of Resolution No. 2019-1691, approving the Kile Street Water Line Development Agreement with Westridge Preserve LLC, City Contract 2019-226.

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a. Kile Street Water Main Location Map

b. Resolution No 2019-1691

c. Kile St Development Agreement with Exhibits (City Contract No. 2019-226)

G. Award of City Contract No. 2019-225 to Fann Contracting, Inc. for the Yavapai Hills Drainage Improvements Project in an amount of $169,444.53. Funding is available in the Streets Fund.

Council Memo Printout

a. Yavapai Hills Drainage Exhibit

b. Hornet Drainage Pricing

H. Legislative Update

12. ADJOURNMENT

 

 

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