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Resolution No. 2019-1151
Abandoning all right, title and interest in a certain ingress, egress and public utility easement.
Resolution No. 2019-1148
Establishing a new video license fee as authorized by Chapter 117, Video Services, to correspond with required changes to the Town’s regulation of video services; and establishing an effective date.
Resolution No. 2019-1149
Authorizing the submission of a grant to the Arizona Commerce Authority for rural broadband development.
Resolution No. 2019-1147
Approving an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Superior Court of Arizona, in and for the county of Yavapai, for Interpreter Services.
Resolution No. 2019-1146
Approving an Intergovernmental Agreement with Yavapai County Flood Control District.
Resolution No. 2019-1142
Vacating, abandoning, and terminating its interest in the 50’ roadway easement known as Yavapai County Assessor’s Parcel No. 800-13-034f, which is perpendicular to Granite Creek Lane.
Resolution No. 2019-1144
Ordering that an ad valorem tax be fixed, levied and assessed on the assessed value of all the real and personal property within the boundaries of the Town of Chino Valley Street Lighting Improvement Districts in amounts specified in the approved Statements and Estimates for Fiscal Year 2019/2020; providing for repeal of conflicting resolutions; and providing for severability.
Resolution No. 2019-1143
Adopting the Final Budget for the Fiscal Year 2019/2020; setting an expenditure limitation to govern the Town of Chino Valley budget for Fiscal Year 2019/2020; and providing that this Resolution shall be effective from and after its passage and approval according to the law.
Resolution No. 2019-1141
Adopting the Statement of Estimates and Expenses of the Town of Chino Valley Street Lighting Improvement Districts, which shall constitute the final budgets of the districts for Fiscal Year 2019/2020, pursuant to Arizona Revised Statutes Sections 48-616 and 42-17101 et seq., as amended.
Adopting a tentative budget for the Fiscal Year 2019/2020; proposing an expenditure limitation for the same year; and setting a date for public hearing on the tentative budget and adoption of a final budget; providing for repeal of conflicting Resolutions; providing for severability; and providing that this Resolution shall be effective from and after its passage and approval according to the law.
Approving the proposed statements and estimates of revenues and expenses of the Town of Chino Valley Street Lighting Improvement Districts for Fiscal Year 2019/2020, pursuant to Section 48-616, Arizona Revised Statutes, as amended; setting a date for public hearing on the proposed statements and estimates as approved; and providing for notice of the hearing and publication of the proposed statements and estimates of the districts which shall be provided for by the levy and collection of ad valorem taxes on the assessed value of all the real and personal property in the districts.
Declaring and adopting the results of the Special Election held on May 21, 2019.
Approving an Intergovernmental Agreement with Yavapai County for law enforcement data management.
Decreasing wastewater rates; providing for repeal of conflicting
resolutions; and providing for severability.
Approving an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Chino Valley Unified School District for adjacent ways improvements.
Resolution 2019-1133 Spanish
Para ordenar y convocar una elección que se celebrará en y para el municipio del pueblo de Chino Valley , Arizona, el 21 de mayo de 2019 , para presentar a los electores calificados del mismo las cuestiones de (1) el monto propuesto para levantar a través de un impuesto predial (ad valorem) inicial para financiar un programa de mantenimiento vial y construcción de carreteras, y (2) la autorización por los electores para la adquisición de determinadas empresas de agua para ampliar el sistema de servicio público de agua del municipio.
Ordering and calling an election to be held in and for the Town of Chino Valley, Arizona on May 21, 2019, to submit to the qualified electors thereof the questions of (1) the proposed amount to be raised by an initial primary (ad valorem) property tax to fund a road construction and maintenance program, and (2) voter authorization for purchase of certain water companies to expand the town’s water utility system.