NEW ON VVTV
Verde Valley TV: County Wide - May 23, 2019 - Animal Guardian NetworkCarrie Singer Founder and Executive Director for the Animal Guardian Network in studio with YBC News Editor Jenn Cohen
Verde Valley TV: County Wide May 21 2019 - Sedona Unveils Sustainable Tourism PlanAs National Travel & Tourism Week progresses, the Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau is announcing a revolutionary change in how tourism is managed in one of America's premier travel destinations. The Sedona Sustainable Tourism Plan responds to the challenges posed by high tourism numbers with actions ranging from environmental stewardship of Sedona's famous red rocks to reducing noise, traffic congestion and overcrowding at popular locations.
Verde Valley TV: County Wide May 16 2019 Prescott Fire DepartmentPrescott Fire Department Conrad Jackson in studio talking with News Director Paul David about traffic issues around some of the area fire stations and what motorists can do to help the issue.
VERDE VALLEY EXPERIENCE
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
Verde Valley Experience May 2 2019On this episode we talk with the Jerome Chamber about their 54th Annual Jerome Home Tour. Then Assistant Conductor Neil Manzenberger from the Cottonwood Community Band discusses their upcoming concert, plus how to join the Cottonwood Community Band. We talk with Jordan Reese at the Sedona Bike Pump Park, and finish with music from singer-songwriter Riley Whittaker.
REDISCOVER THE VERDE VALLEY
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.
Rediscover the Verde Valley March 2019 VV Job Career and Volunteer FairCottonwood Chamber President and CEO Christian Oliva del Rio in studio with Yavapai College REDC Program Specialist Kathrine Anderson and Goodwill of Arizona Business & Community Development Partner Mindy Brigham discussing the upcoming Verde Valley Job, Career, and Volunteer Fair on April 3 2019
COTTONWOOD CITY COUNCIL
Cottonwood Regular Meeting May 21 Part 2XII. ADJOURNMENT
Council adjourns after executive session
Cottonwood Regular Meeting May 21 2019AGENDA
REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COTTONWOOD, ARIZONA, TO BE HELD MAY 21, 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 MAY 7, 2019
Comments regarding items listed on the agenda are limited to a 5 minute time period per speaker.
VII. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
6:05 p.m. 1. ORDINANCE NUMBER 663--ADOPTING NEW FEE SCHEDULES FOR THE BUILDING AND SAFETY DIVISION, PLANNING & ZONING DIVISION, FIRE DEPARTMENT, AND ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT; SECOND & FINAL READING.
2. ORDINANCE NUMBER 662--AMENDING TITLE 15, BUILDINGS AND CONSTRUCTION, OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE TO UPDATE THE CITY'S UNIFORM BUILDING, FIRE AND TECHNICAL CODES; SECOND & FINAL READING.
VIII. 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.
6:10 p.m. 1. SPECIAL EVENT LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATION SUBMITTED BY CHRISTIAN OLIVA DEL RIO, APPLICANT FOR THE COTTONWOOD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FOR THE CORNHOLE MASH EVENT SCHEDULED FOR JUNE 1, 2019, AT 187 EAST PIMA STREET (OLD TOWN ACTIVITY PARK).
2. SPECIAL EVENT LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED BY JENNIFER PERRY, APPLICANT FOR THE VERDE VALLEY SANCTUARY, FOR EVENTS SCHEDULED FOR JUNE 16, JULY 21, AUGUST 18, SEPTEMBER 15, OCTOBER 20, NOVEMBER 17, AND DECEMBER 15, 2019, AT 633 NORTH 5TH STREET (MUSE GALLERY).
3. SPECIAL EVENT LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED BY TACY PASTOR, APPLICANT FOR THE VERDE VALLEY HUMANE SOCIETY, FOR EVENTS SCHEDULED FOR JUNE 1, JULY 7, AUGUST 4, SEPTEMBER 1, OCTOBER 6, NOVEMBER 3, AND DECEMBER 1, 2019, AT 633 NORTH 5TH STREET (MUSE GALLERY).
4. RESOLUTION NUMBER 3004--APPROVING AN INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF COTTONWOOD AND THE ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE REGARDING THE UNIFORM ADMINISTRATION, LICENSING, COLLECTION, AND AUDITING OF TRANSACTION PRIVILEGE TAX, SEVERANCE TAX, AND RENTAL OCCUPANCY TAXES IMPOSED BY THE STATE AND/OR THE CITY OF COTTONWOOD.
5. REQUEST FOR CONSENT TO COLLATERAL ASSIGNMENT OF LESSEE'S LEASEHOLD INTERESTS IN LOTS 120 & 121 OF THE REPLAT OF COTTONWOOD AIRPARK TRACT ONE - PARTS A & B FROM BACKUS FAMILY INVESTMENTS, LLC, TO STATE BANK OF ARIZONA.
IX. NEW BUSINESS—The following items are for Council discussion, consideration, and possible legal action.
6:15 p.m. 1. INTERVIEW OF APPLICANTS FOR THE HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION.
6:25 p.m. 2. REQUEST FOR FINAL PLAT APPROVAL FOR THE RIDGECREST SUBDIVISION.
6:30 p.m. 3. CONSIDERATION OF ADDITIONAL FUNDING FOR SIDEWALK PROJECTS AND REVIEW OF THE SIDEWALK PROJECT LIST.
X. CLAIMS AND ADJUSTMENTS
REVIEW OF THE CITY ATTORNEY'S CONTRACT AND POSITION – EXECUTIVE SESSION. PURSUANT TO A.R.S. § 38-431.03(A)(1), A.R.S. § 38-431.03(A)(3), A.R.S. § 38-431.03(A)(4) THE COUNCIL MAY VOTE TO CONVENE IN EXECUTIVE SESSION TO REVIEW THE EMPLOYMENT OF THE CITY ATTORNEY SUBJECT TO THE CITY ATTORNEY’S RIGHT TO COMPEL THE COUNCIL TO DISCUSS THIS MATTER IN OPEN MEETING. THE COUNCIL MAY ADDITIONALLY RECEIVE LEGAL ADVICE PERTAINING TO THE CITY ATTORNEY'S POSITION, AND GIVE DIRECTION PERTAINING TO THE NEGOTIATION OF CONTRACT WITH THE CITY ATTORNEY.
Cottonwood Pre Meeting May 21 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 MAY 21, 2019 AT 5:30 PM, AT THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS BUILDING, 826 NORTH MAIN STREET, COTTONWOOD, ARIZONA.
PROCLAIMING MAY AS "BICYCLE AWARENESS MONTH".
PRESENTATION OF A PLAQUE OF APPRECIATION TO THE MINGUS UNION HIGH SCHOOL WELDING CLUB FOR THE BICYCLE CORRAL THAT WAS CREATED BY THE CLUB AND PLACED IN OLD TOWN.
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 P&Z COMMISSION
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.
Cottonwood Planning & Zoning Meeting February 25 2019DR19-003 Cottonwood Christian Assembly
DR19-004 Edgewater Apartments
Verde Valley TV: Inside Cottonwood May 2019 New Building CodesCity Manager Ron Corbin talks with Cottonwood Fire Marshal Rick Contreras and Building Official Paul Hodges about the City's adoption of the 2018 Building Codes. Find out what these new codes mean for Do-It-Yourself, Construction and Fire Inspections on this episode of Inside Cottonwood.
Inside Cottonwood May 2019 Old Town Music and The MarketHezekiah Allen, Josh Frewin and Nancy Gottschalk discuss gardening in the Verde Valley and the Old Town Music and The Market in Old Town Cottonwood.
Inside Cottonwood April 2019: City of Cottonwood Budget ProcessCity Manager Ron Corbin hosts Finance Manager Kirsten Lennon and Deputy City Manager Rudy Rodriguez in a discussion about the City Budget, the budget process, and next steps between now and City Council approval in July.
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