Energy Code Vote July 16th + Past Meeting Notes


July 9th Work session tonight.

Discussing de-icer and tree impacts at 6:00PM.
I requested this be put on the agenda months ago to address the many dead and dying trees around Flagstaff apparently from the use of salt like products during the winter. I look forward to finding a balance between the use of this product and public safety.

***Upcoming meeting voting on 2006, 2009 or 2012 energy code***
Meeting Info; July 16th, City Hall, 211 West Aspen. 6:00PM.

Past meeting votes (forgot to post last week)
July 2nd, City Council Meeting.

Approval of past minutes.
Passed 7-0

8A. Liquor License
Council made recommendation to the state for approval of the license to the State Bar, downtown Flagstaff. This is a new brewery in town.
Passed 7-0

9A. Smart Works Program
Contract Employment Program for Retirees – Employee leaseback.
Passed 6-1 with Councilman Overton voting against.

9B. Lease Agreement
National Bank of Arizona LicenseAgreement for temporary use of property for Aquaplex staff parking.
Passed 7-0

10A. Grant Agreement
U.S. Department of Justice, FY2013Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant in the amount of $23,249 to pay for
Police Staff Overtime and 14 ballistic body armor vests for Coconino County Sheriff’s Department and authorizing the acceptance upon award of the grant agreement.
Passed 7-0

10B. Grant Agreement
Between the City ofFlagstaff and Coconino County (County) for submission of a grant application to the U.S. Department of Justice, FY 2013 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance (JAG) Grant.
Passed 7-0

10C. Property Transfer
Authorizing the transfer of City-owned property to the State of Arizona in accordance with the Purchase Agreement forAPN 116-13-001C (Tract No. 1 in Warranty Deed – full taking) and APN 116-13-001D
(Tract No. 2 Parcel 1 and 2 – partial taking), located adjacent to existing Beulah Blvd. near Fort Tuthill.
Passed 7-0

10D. Property Tax
Primary property tax levy remaining flat. What you paid last year you should pay this year. Secondary property taxes going down about 13%.
Passed 7-0

14A. Consideration and Approval of Street Closure(s): Hopi Market Arts and Craft Festival.RECOMMENDED ACTION: Approve the street closure at Aspen Avenue between San Francisco Street and Leroux Street on 9/28/13 at 6 am through 9/29/13 at 6 pm.
Passed 7-0

14B. Consideration and Approval of Contract: Fiscal year 2014 funding for Intake triage
Passed 7-0

14C. Consideration and Adoption of Ordinance No. 2013-16: An ordinance authorizing the sale of two access easements that encumber a portion of parcel 109-02-001P and benefit parcel 109-05-081A currently owned by Cedar West Capital LLC.
Passed 6-0

14D. Consideration and Adoption of Ordinance No. 2013-12: An ordinance of the City Council of the City of Flagstaff, Arizona, adopting the “2012 International Family of Codes.

Motion to adopt 2012 suite of codes and exclude 2012 energy code made by Mayor Nabours and seconded by Council member Brewster.
Passed 6-1 with Vice Mayor Evans voting no.

Motion made by Councilmember Barotz to read into the public record the 2009 energy code passed 5-2 with Nabours and I voting against. This allows the 2009 code to be considered for adoption at the July 16th council meeting.


One thought on “Energy Code Vote July 16th + Past Meeting Notes

  1. Hi Jeff,

    What’s the deal with 14D, “adopting the “2012 International Family of Codes.”? We already have the federal government sticking its nose in our family life. Why do we now need to add to this invasion by the federal government international codes? I can just imagine what they include.

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