NEW ON VVTV
Verde Valley TV: County Wide - Ready Set GoYavapai County Sheriff's Office, Crime Prevention Officer Bryan Thomas, and Yavapai County Search and Rescue Jeep Posse Captain Augie Giliberto in the County Wide studios today discussing the process for evacuation during a wildfire.
Verde Valley TV: County Wide June 20 2019 Yavapai Silent WitnessYavapai Silent Witness Director Chris Wilson in studio talking with News Director Paul David about the Silent Witness program, Catch-22, and the new online tip form.
Verde Valley TV: County Wide June 18 2019 Verde ConnectYavapai County District 3 Supervisor Randy Garrison and YC Public Works Director Dan Cherry in studio talking about the options available for the new Verde Connect Project
VERDE VALLEY EXPERIENCE
Verde Valley TV: Verde Valley Experience June 20 2019Our annual 4th of July show!
Clarkdale Park and Recreation kicks off the show with all you need to know about the annual 4th of July Kids Parade.
Sedona Parks and Recreation's Ali Baxter will give us all the details about Sedona's annual Wet Fest,
And Cottonwood Parks and Recreation will talk about the annual Fantastic Family Fourth of July!
Plus we go on the road to visit with Lead Pyrotechnician Dave Pollock and learn about modern fireworks shows and finish with music from the Black Forest Society.
Verde Valley TV: Verde Valley Experience June 6 2019Sedona Parks and Recreation present free Movies in the Park
Goodwill of Arizona talks about their career training services
Prescott Downtown Partnership showcases their Summer Concert Series
We go on the road to Pets Return Home, Dog Behavior Rehabilitation, Adoption & Sanctuary.
We finish with music from singer-songwriter Marie Jarreau
Verde Valley Experience May 16 2019On this episode of the Verde Valley Experience host Jennifer Cohen talks with Camp Verde High School Softball Head Coach Henry Smith and Mingus Union High School Softball Head Coach John Brown about their teams accomplishments through out the year.
Sedona Heritage Museum Historian Janeen Trevillyan shares about the Blue Star Museum program offering FREE admission to Military families through Labor Day.
We go on the road to the Bubbling Ponds Fish Hatchery to speak with Fish Culturist Harley Ough about the different species raised at the Arizona Game & Fish Facility.
And we finish our program with music from Tommy Anderson, Rosemary Tracey and Brandon Brio
REDISCOVER THE VERDE VALLEY
Rediscover the Verde Valley: Destination MarketingCottonwood Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Christian Oliva del Rio discusses destination marketing and the Verde Valley tourism with Heather Hermen from Front Burner Media.
Verde Valley TV: Rediscover the Verde ValleyCottonwood Chamber of Commerce CEO Christian Oliva del Rio talks with new Chief Operations Officer Tracie Schimikowsky, learn about Tracie's background in chamber of commerce, and the Verde Valley. Plus, future plans for the Cottonwood Chamber Of Commerce.
Rediscover the Verde Valley: Steps To Recovery HomesCottonwood Chamber of Commerce - President and CEO Christian Oliva del Rio talks with Steps To Recovery Homes Executive Director Damien Browning about the organizations 6 year history, their programs and plans for the future.
COTTONWOOD CITY COUNCIL
Cottonwood City Council June 18 2019AGENDA
REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COTTONWOOD, ARIZONA, TO BE HELD JUNE 18, 2019, AT 6:00 PM., AT THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS BUILDING, 826 NORTH MAIN STREET, COTTONWOOD, ARIZONA.
I. CALL TO ORDER
II. ROLL CALL
III. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
IV. BRIEF SUMMARY OF CURRENT EVENTS BY MAYOR, CITY COUNCIL AND/OR CITY MANAGER -- THE PUBLIC BODY DOES NOT PROPOSE, DISCUSS, DELIBERATE OR TAKE LEGAL ACTION ON ANY MATTER BROUGHT UP DURING THIS SUMMARY UNLESS THE SPECIFIC MATTER IS PROPERLY NOTICED FOR LEGAL ACTION.
V. CALL TO THE PUBLIC--This portion of the agenda is set aside for the public to address the Council regarding an item that is not listed on the agenda for discussion. However, the Council cannot engage in discussion regarding any item that is not officially listed on the agenda for discussion and/or action (A.R.S. §38-431.02(H).) Comments are limited to a 5 minute time period.
VI. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
REGULAR MEETING OF JUNE 4, 2019, AND WORK SESSION OF JUNE 11, 2019.
Comments regarding items listed on the agenda are limited to a 5 minute time period per speaker.
VII. CONSENT AGENDA--The following items are considered to be routine and non-controversial by the Council and will be approved by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Council Member or a citizen so requests, in which case the item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered in its normal sequence on the Agenda.
6:05 p.m. 1. RESOLUTION NUMBER 3008--APPROVING AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT WITH MINGUS UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT #4 FOR THE SERVICES OF A SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER.
CONSENT OF ASSIGNMENT OF TENANT RIGHTS OF LOT 126 OF COTTONWOOD AIRPARK TRACK ONE - PARTS B & C FROM BACKUS FAMILY INVESTMENTS, LLC TO KP PROPERTIES INVESTMENT, LLC.
3. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE APPROVAL OF A ONE-YEAR LEASE EXTENSION WITH SANDY BROWN FOR THE "OLD JAIL" BUILDING IN OLD TOWN.
4. RESOLUTION NUMBER 3010--APPROVING AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF SEDONA FOR THE LOCAL MATCH FUNDING, MANAGEMENT AND OPERATION OF THE VERDE LYNX TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM
5. RESOLUTION 3011 - APPROVING A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH YAVAPAI COUNTY FOR 911 BILL PAYMENT SERVICES
6. APPROVAL AND ADOPTION OF MODEL VIDEO SERVICE LICENSE AND APPLICATION FORMS.
VIII. NEW BUSINESS—The following items are for Council discussion, consideration, and possible legal action.
6:10 p.m. 1. PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING ADOPTION OF THE CITY FINAL BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019-2020.
6:15 p.m. 2. RESOLUTION NUMBER 3007 - ADOPTING THE CITY'S FINAL BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2019-2020 AND ESTABLISHING AN EXPENDITURE LIMITATION.
6:20 p.m. 3. ORDINANCE NUMBER 661--AMENDING TITLE 14, CITY UTILITIES, CHAPTER 14.05 - CONTRACT FOR WATER OR WATER AND SEWER SERVICE, OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE BY DELETING SECTION 14.05.010 CONTRACT FOR SERVICES, B.; AND ADDING A NEW SUBSECTION 3 TO SECTION 14.05.010 F.; FIRST READING.
6:25 p.m. 4. RESOLUTION NUMBER 3009--ADOPTING A PUBLIC SAFETY PERSONNEL RETIREMENT SYSTEM PENSION FUNDING POLICY.
6:35 p.m. 5. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE APPROVAL OF A SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT WITH ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES.
IX. CLAIMS AND ADJUSTMENTS
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Cottonwood City Council Presentations Meeting June 4 2019AGENDA
CONVENING OF THE COTTONWOOD MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COTTONWOOD FOR PRESENTATION OF PROCLAMATIONS, AWARDS, AND INTRODUCTION OF NEW CITY EMPLOYEES, TO BE HELD ON JUNE 4, 2019 AT 5:30 PM, AT THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS BUILDING, 826 NORTH MAIN STREET, COTTONWOOD, ARIZONA.
DONATION OF WINNINGS FROM SEDONA CHILI COOK-OFF TO VERDE VALLEY HOMELESS COALITION.
II. INTRODUCTION OF NEW EMPLOYEES
LIZ PEDERSON, WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATOR TRAINEE.
JOHN WESBROCK, FIRE INSPECTOR & PAUL VOCCA , FIREFIGHTER.
ALEXANDER MATTHEWS, COMMUNICATION SPECIALIST.
Times noted for each agenda item are an approximate estimate for the benefit of the public. The actual time that discussion and action occur for each item on the agenda may take place earlier, or in some cases later, than the times indicted.
Cottonwood City Council Regular Meeting June 4 2019 Part 2Return from Executive session and adjournment
COTTONWOOD P&Z COMMISSION
Cottonwood Planning and Zoning Commission Meeting June 17 2019CITY OF COTTONWOOD
PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION
826 N. Main St.
Cottonwood, AZ 86326
Monday, June 17, 2019
I. CALL TO ORDER
A. Roll Call
B. Approval of Minutes: May 20, 2019 Regular Meeting
II. CALL TO THE PUBLIC
This is the time for the public to comment on any matter that does not appear on the agenda.
Commission members may not discuss items not identified on the agenda. Pursuant to A.R.S. §38-
431.01(H), action taken as a result of public comment will be limited to directing staff to study the
matter, responding to criticism, or scheduling the matter for consideration at a later date. Comments
are limited to five minutes for each person.
III. OLD BUSINESS:
IV. NEW BUSINESS:
1. CUP 16-004-MOD TERRA BENE - A request to extend the approval date for the
project. The project is located at 901 S. Willard Street on S. Willard Street north of E.
Tierra Verde Drive. APN: 406-08-009D, 406-08-009C, 406-08-010A. Owner: Beaver
Creek Development Company Inc, and Selna and Mongini Investments. Applicant:
2. CUP 17-003-MOD AND DR 17-003-MOD CIRCLE K – A request to extend the
approval date for the project. There have been significant design issues and delays in
compiling all parcels as needed for the project. The project is located at the northwest
corner of N. Main St. and E. Mingus Ave. APN: 406-37-001, 406-37-002A, 406-37-004,
406-37-005, 406-37-001F, C & H. Owner: Circle K Stores, Inc. Applicant: Land
Development Consultants, LLC.
3. DR 19-008 – HABITAT FOR HUMANITY – A request for Design Review for a 3,000
square foot modular office building on property zoned C-1 (Light Commercial), located
at 737 S. Main Street in Cottonwood. APN: 406-04-036U and 406-02-023. Owner:
Verde Valley Habitat For Humanity Inc. Agent/Applicant: Gary Rideout.
4. CUP 19-001 AND DR 19-001 VAN HORN PROJECT - Consideration to Revoke as
previously approved to renovate one (1) existing commercial unit and construct a new
commercial ground floor unit and two (2) residential units in a mixed use building and
allow the residential use in a C1 zone. The project is located in the Cottonwood
Commercial Historic District in a C-1 (Light Commercial) zone located at 1037 North
Main St. APN:406-34-006A Owner: Michael and Patricia Van Horn RS, Applicant:
5. CUP 19-002 AND DR 19-007 –THE LOFTS OF OLD TOWN - A request for a
Conditional Use Permit and Design Review to construct a hotel on the same property as
an existing commercial retail building on the southeast corner of Main and Yavapai
Streets. The project is located in the Cottonwood Commercial Historic District in a C-1
(Light Commercial) zone located at 1037 North Main St. APN:406-34-006A Owner:
Michael and Patricia Van Horn RS, Applicant: Chris Vernosky.
6. CUP 19-003 - VERDE VALLEY HOMELESS COALITION - A request for a
Conditional Use Permit to operate a day time drop in center for homeless individuals to
provide job search services and guidance. The project is in a C-1 (Light Commercial)
zone located at 327 S. 15th St.. APN: 406-41-040 Owner: Kim and Carol Wright JT,
Applicant: Raena Avalon / Verde Valley Homeless Coalition.
7. CUP 19-004 – FOLEY GARAGE – A request for a Conditional Use Permit for a twenty
foot six inch (20’6”) high detached garage that exceeds the height limitation allowed for
an accessory structure by four feet six inches (4’6”). The property is in the Quail Canyon
Subdivision and is zoned Planned Area Development (PAD). APN 406-62-024. Owner:
Anne L. Foley, Applicant Aaron Schwarder, Schwarder Construction LLC
V. DISCUSSION ITEMS:
VI. INFORMATIONAL REPORTS AND UPDATES:
A brief summary of current events by Chairperson, Commission members, and/or Community Development Director.
(The public body does not propose, discuss, deliberate, or take legal action on any matter brought up during this
summary unless the matter is properly noticed for legal action).
Cottonwood Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting April 16 2019
Cottonwood Planning and Zoning Commission Meeting March 19 2019CITY OF COTTONWOODPLANNING & ZONING COMMISSIONCOUNCIL CHAMBERS826 N. Main St.Cottonwood, AZ 86326REGULAR MEETINGMonday, March 18, 20196:00 pm.
I.CALL TO ORDERA.Roll CallB.Approval of Minutes: February 25, 2019 Regular Meeting
II.CALL TO THE PUBLIC Thisisthetimeforthepublictocommentonanymatterthatdoesnotappearontheagenda.Commissionmembersmaynotdiscussitemsnotidentifiedontheagenda.PursuanttoA.R.S.§38-431.01(H),actiontakenasaresultofpubliccommentwillbelimitedtodirectingstafftostudythematter,respondingtocriticism,orschedulingthematterforconsiderationatalaterdate.Commentsare limited to five minutes for each person.
IV.NEW BUSINESS:1.PP19-001RIDGECRESTTOWNHOMES–PublichearingtoconsideraPreliminaryPlatforan11-lotmultiplefamilyresidentialsubdivisiontobeknownasRidgecrestSubdivision.Thesiteislocatedonapproximately5.21acreseastof12thStreetandwestof16thStreet.APH:406-06-605,406-06-456Y,and406-06-456Z.Owner:JacksonInvestmentPropertiesLLC,DanielsPropertyInvestmentsLLC, and Ridgecrest Townhomes LLC. Applicant: Tom Pender.
Inside Cottonwood July 2019 Water Safety and Pool OrdinancesCity Manager Ron Corbin hosts Ordinance Enforcement Officer Al Ponce and Fire Marshal Rick Contreras on this episode of Inside Cottonwood to discuss water safety and pool ordinances in the City of Cottonwood. Lots of important information, if you have a backyard pool, or visit the river, or public swimming areas.
Inside Cottonwood June 2019: Presiding Magistrate - Cottonwood Municipal CourtCatherine Kelley, Presiding Magistrate - Cottonwood Municipal Court sits down with Mayor Tim Elinski to discuss her background in law and Arizona. The new Presiding Magistrate also shares her philosophy in the court room and her first impressions of the Cottonwood Municipal Court.
Inside Cottonwood 4th of July Celebration 2019City of Cottonwood Interim Director of Parks & Recreation Hezekiah Allen, Fire Chief Mike Kuykendall, and Fireworks Productions of Arizona Lead Pyrotechnician Dave Pollock discuss the upcoming 4th of July celebration in the city, firework mechanics and firework safety in this episode of Inside Cottonwood.
2019 Mingus Union High School Graduation CeremonyLive broadcast of the Mingus Union graduation ceremony
April 4: Camp Verde vs Sedona - DoubleheaderSedona Scorpian Softball visits the Camp Verde Cowboys Softball for this doubleheader match up
*** The stream was slow in the beginning of our broadcast. A cleaner version can be found here: https://youtu.be/JKgKG_t_xJ4
April 11: Mingus Softball vs FlagstaffLive broadcast of Mingus Softball
MINGUS FOOTBALL 2018
EF - PRIMETIME
EF Prime Time Marketplace - Episode 3: HRT - Foster Care Support ProgramDerek Williams - NAR Supervisor - HRT - Foster Care Support Program
HRT offers a variety of services to families involved with Department of Child Safety or the Family Court system. Services include Family Preservation, Reunification, Parent Aide services, Supervised Exchange and Visitation, and Parenting Classes.
EF Prime Time - Episode 3: April 2018Pastors Frank and Kathleen discuss perspective of victims and victors.
EF Prime Time Marketplace: Episode 2 March 2018Anakainosis Family Life Skills Center
Don and Cherie Hanks