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T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAY I. 1963 WfcDNtSDAY EVENING, MAY I, 1963 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 21 Fire Course For 'Copter Crews Set Coronado National Forest Supervisor Clyde Doran will conduct a training school for firefighting helicopter crews at the Forest Service warehouse-heliport in Sabino Canyon tomorrow and Friday. "Helitack" foremen and pilots and other personnel from Coronado, Gila and Tonto national forests and Saguaro National Monument will attend classes and watch demonstrations. Two three-seat helicopters will drop firefighters and new type tanks which can carry provisions, water or liquid fire reta^-dant. They also will lower portable pumpers which hook up to water tanks or available water sources on the ground. The new tanks are made of aluminum and have a capacity of 140 gallons. They replace 35-gallon canvas bags. The pumps, which can be carried easily by two men, are slung under the 'copters and can be lowered through trees and brush to ground crews. They are equipped with a small engine and a 300-foot length of hose. The copter demonstrations are scheduled between 1 and 5 p.m. Thursday and 9 and 11 a.m. Friday. PONY TAIL a n d THEY'RE CARRIED RIGHT TO YOUR CAR *S WA6 NEVER 60 PAYING THg CHECK IN P£MW/£S / " UA Movie Will Show Hindu Rite A sound film, "Soma Sacrifice," will be shown at 8 p.m. today in Room 201, Physics- Mathematics Bldg., at the University of Arizona. Prof. James Mahar of the UA faculty oriental studies committee, said the film will be accompanied by a lecture by J. A. B. Van Buitenen, who took the pictures of an ancient Hindu rite in India. Mahar said Van Buitenen is a Dutch scholar on Sanskrit currently teaching at the University of Chicago. The film-lecture is open to the public free. 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MINUTES, BOARD OF SUPERVISORS- MEETING April 1, 1943 The Board of Supervisors of Plma County, Arizona, met In regular session at the regular meeting place of the Board In the Plma County Courthouse, Tucson, Arizona, at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, April 2, 1963. Upon roll call, those present and absent were as follows: Present: Thomas S. Jay, Chairman Pete Rubl, Member Dennis V/eaver, Member Elsa B. Hanna, Clerk Absent: None EFSiS-OFFICE: FURNISHINGS, CARPETING (SLQ 177} The Purchaslna Agent (Haskell Proper) presented and filed with the Clerk a tabulation of quotations to furnish and Install carpeting in the quarters of the Judge of Superior Court, Division No. 7 (Robert N. RoylstonK On his recommendation, It was moved by Mr. Rubl, seconded by Mr. Weaver, and carried that the $487.87 low bid of The Floorcraft Carpel Company be accepted. EFSS.S-PR: SPORTING GOODS AND EQUIPMENT (B. 2324) The Purchasing Agent presented and filed with the Clerk a tabulation of bids to furnish thirty-six Items of sporting goods end equipment for the Parks and lecreatlon Department. The Director of arks and Recreation (Gilbert Ray) ex- lalned that on several Items the lowest jlds are for equipment which on the jasis of past performance of similar equipment, docs not meet specifications. II was thereupon moved by Mr. Weaver, seconded by Mr. Rubl, and carried that bids on individual items recommended by the Director be accepted from All- American School Supply Comoany, Educational Supply Company. Jack Ellis Sportlno Goods, and School E, Sports Supply Company at prices shown on the tabulation filed with the Clerk. £#£* p« ^m OFFER No. 2 aS W 11!!: 1-luJrt COVEREB SAUCEPAN The Tighl size (or cooking small imounts of food, warming leftovers, baby food, ind vegetables. 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LIBBY'S RIPE FAMILY SIZE NO. 1 CAN Folger's 6 Oz. Jar SWANWAY PLAZA Broadway at Swan f SOUTHGATE S. 8th Ave. at Freeway AMPHI PLAZA 1st Ave. at Ft. Lowell COUNTY FAIR 22nd St. at Craycroft ·^ NORTHGATE Grant Rd. at Alvernon ic PUEBLO GARDENS 22nd St. at Cherry Ave. if EASTGATE PLAZA 5«67 E. Speedway + DOWNTOWN 411 N. 4th Ave. if SAN MANUEL, ARIZ. . DESKS (B-2325) The Purchasing Aaent presented ant) filed with the Clerk a tabulation of bids to furnish three slope-top desks for the office of the Treasurer (Carroll H. Christian). On recommendation of the Purchasing Aaent, It was moved by Mr. Rubl, seconded by Mr. Weaver, and carried that the S2,944.B« low bid of Howard S. Stoflt be accented. B8.P-P4R: FORT LOWELL PARK, SEVER CONNECTIONS (B. 2374) Trie Purchaslna Aaent presented and filed with the Clerk a tabulation of bids received for trenching, constructma manholes, and installing and connecting sewer lines at Fort Lowell Park. On his recommendation, it was moved by Mr. Weaver, seconded by Mr. Rubl, and carried that the contract for the prelect be awarded to E. P. Hunzlker Construction Company in accordance with the terms of its SI,125 low bid P"NTING; I GENERAL (B. n?7) The Purchaslna Agent presented and filed with the Clerk a tabulation of bids to furnish the Treasurer's Department with 19*3 tax statement and receipt forms. On his recommendation, it was moved by Mr. Rubl, seconded by Mr. Weaver, and carried that the il,708.93 low bid of Moore Business Forms, Inc. be accepted. PRINTING GENERAL (B. 2328) The Purchaslna Agent presented and filed with the Clerk a tabulation of bids to furnish tha County Assessor (A. E. "Jack" Bade) with 19« assessment and tax roll sheets. On his recommendation, was moved by Mr. Weaver, seconded y Mr. Rubl, and carried that the 874 01 bid of Moore Business Forms, nc., only bidder, be accepted DP8.Z-P: C13-6M3, AGUA CAL1ENTE- SABINO CREEK COMMUNITY PLAN The Chairman announced that mis Is he time and the place for hearina on he Agua Callente-iabino Creek Community Plan, a proposal to amend the Master Plan, the General Land use Plan, and Ihe Rincon Area Plan In the v clnlty of Tenque Verde Creek, Sabino Creek, and Aaua Caliente Wash. The Plan provides for scenic routes, maior streets, school and park sites, sanitary district sites, and residential densities, and establ shes conditions for reionina of individual properties with the area. The Planning and Zonlna Commission recommends adoption of the Community Plan excluding deslanatlon of Rural Village Center (RVC) locations. The Chairman Inquired whether anyone wished to be heard. The Associate Plannina Director (John S Tsaauris) reviewed the history of the Plan, initiated by the Commission at the request of residents in the Tanaue Verde Valley, and commended the interested citizens--particularly a subcommittee of the Tanaue Verde Valley Association--for their cooperation In preparation of tne Plan as a basic concept for future development of the approximately thirty-three- sauare-mlle area. The Associate Planning Director pointed out that to preserve the suburban character of this portion of the Rincon Area, the Plan provides for trail- ways, flfty-foot-wlrfe setback lines along the malor roadways, 1,000-foor-wlde SR zones extending from the center lines of the malor water courses, and a series of proposed park sites. He added that development other than SR uses within the 1,000-foot-wide areas would be permissible If enalneerlna studies support the feasibility of such development. The Associate Plannlna Director stated that, based on prelected population studies, It Is estimated that a population of approximately 40,000 persons could be housed In slrxjte residences within the area. The following attorneys appeared on betialf of their clients, affected property owners within the area encompassed by the Plan: George B M9rse, representing John Albala; Donald Pitt, for Lloyd W. Colder, Jr.; Donald E. Dlckerman, for Marlon B Currie; and Raymond F. Hayes, for James P. Converse. .Each asked that the record show his client's objection to adoption of the Plan because of Its failure to provide for commercial zoning; the lack of consideration for acquiring requisite rlahts of way for malor thorouahfares, along which experience and sound planning Indicate commercial zonina should be provided; and the denial of use of privately-owned property created by the setback reaulrements along roadways and water courses. Robert L. Seller (president, Tanque Verde Valley Association) stated his group oblects to any commercial zonlna In the area, Is willina to accept the pro- xsed RVC zonina as a compromise, but oblects to adoption of the Plan without designation of specific areas for development of such centers. Mrs. Robert F. Miller uraed adoption of the Plan Rlckl Rarlck protested the delay In his petitioned rezoning of property within the P The Special Deputy County Attorney (Robert N. Hillock) pointed out that the Plan resolves many of the obstacles which have delayed development of the ( area, that proposed RVC zoning will pro' vide for commercial uses when devclop- , mcnt warrants, and that Individual peH- f tloners retain their riant of appeal either to the Board of Supervisors or to the In answer to questions from the Chairman, the Associate Plannlna Director explained that Individual plats for areas which conform to the Plan may be fl ed S for Board action and that effect no ordinances will record actual zoning changes. He pointed out that similar procedure has been effective In both the Catallna Foothills Area Plan (C13-59-4 and the Marana Central Area Plan (Co9-61-211 In eliminating numerous public hearings on zonlna within generally stabilized areas. nixn.«n .-· A letter from Joseph A. Pldgeon re- questlna that commercial development be restricted to Rural Village Centers was filed with the Clerk. Mr. Weaver expressed his opinion that delet on of proposed RVC zoning neither rules out future development nor fixes sites but simply postpones Board action until such development Is warranted. Mr Rubl commended the staff and the Interested citizens who cooperated In preparation and presentation of the PI H n was moved by Mr. Weaver, seconded by Mr. Rubl, and carried that the Community Plan be adopted In accordance with the Commission's recommendations. effort to preserve the suburban character of the urea In which the members of the Association reside. Saul S. Tobln (realtor) expressed his opinion that the proposal restricts commercial development so that shopping-center financing would be unobtainable. Harold Davis (Interested citizen) asserted that the proposal would result In the Planning staff's designing shopping centers for commercial Investors; and, on that basis, he protested adoption of the amendment Edward A. Shaul (property owner wllhln the Community Plan area) expressed his opinion that RVC restrictions would Increase affected property values. J. Thomas Via, Jr (subdivision analyst) and Donald Pitt (attorney for Lloyd W. Colder, Jr., property owner within the area of the Community Plan) posed questions relative to procedure set forth In the proposed ordinance. After discussion minor changes In terminology of the ordinance were determined by the Board with the concurrence of the Special Deputy County Attorney and the Associate Planning Director, ft was thereupon moved by Mr. Rubl, seconded by Mr. Weaver, and carried (1) that the County Zoning Ordinance be amended by adding Section 34; and (2) that the Planning Staff be Instructed to prepare the necessary ordinance by Incorporating In the presented draft the following changes: Section 3402, relating to permitted uses, (a) Eliminate reference to supermarkets bv Indicating "grocery market"; (b) Section 3404.01, relating to building plans. Entitle section "Preliminary Bulldina Site Plans and Elevation." DPZ-OA- Cl 1-42-2, SUBDIVISION FILING FEES The Chairman stated this Is the time and the place for hearing on a proposal to amend Zoning Ordinance No. 1952-111 by amendlno Article 33 relating to subdivision filing fees. At the request of Georoe W. Griswold (representing the Tucson Board of Realtors) and as there was no oblectlon, hearing on this matter was continued to May 7, 1943. DPS.Z-OA; C08-43-1, COUNTY AIRPORT APPROACH ZONES The Chairman announced that this is the time and the place for hearina on e proposal to amend Zonlnq Ordinance No. 1952-111 by adding Article 37 to establish requirements In airport approach area;. The Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously recommends approval of the amendment and adoption of an ordinance to effect the chanae. The Asslstannt Planning Director (A. R. Garcia) stated that at a public hearina on a similar proposal before the Mayor and Council of the City of Tucson on November 24, 1962, (at which time an ordinance was adopted bv the City) ob- lectlons were filed by persons presently oneratlna businesses or residing within the affected area. Explanations relative to the restrictions provided in the proposal were made by the Assistannt Planning Director, who reported that the Federal Communications Commission had been consulted relative to restrictions, thai Hughes Aircraft Company raised no ob- DP4Z-Z: C09-W-I5. CORONA DB TUCSON. INC., PETITION _ . The Chairman anncuncved th«l mU M the time and Fh« place for hearing, on tj» petition of Cor one de Tucson, Inc., {· rezone irom GR to CR-7, CR-3, CR-5, TR, and CB-1 property east of Houohton ROM · - · ' ' -oro, ·xt«nd«3 N»V ' (within the Corona de Tucson ' ' - " "M»Y. . _ .nlna Director reported tlon Is in order. The plannlno hood Plan "No; 3, Cl3-«-l»r"TH« Director reported that Ihe. lection to the proposal, and that an effecting ordinance would serve notice that restrictive measures are imposed In the Tucson Airport approach areas. The Chairman inquired whether anyone wished lo be heard. Howard D. Watt (ttorney for the Tucson Airport Authority) expressed his opinion that the Plannlna Department s t a f f an the officials of Pima County are to be commended for their progressive and constructive work In Ihe field of control planning lor airport-approach areas. Charles H B r p m a n (manager, Tucson International Airport) concurred with Mr. Watt In support of the amendment. it was thereupon moved by Mr Weaver, seconded by Mr. Rubl, and carried thai the Board (1) approve Ihe proposed amendment In accordance with the Commission s recommendations and (2) order " ~ ordinance drawn. Planning _.. -. - _ aod ZoA* Ing Commission recomm«nd» lh»t |h« rezonlng b« approved sublect to recording acceptable plafs. The Chairman Inquired whether anyone wished to b heard. N« one appeared. It was thereupon movta by Mr. Weaver, seconded by Mr. Rum, and carried that Ihe Board approve th« proposed rezonlng In accordance with n» Commission's recommendations and ordtr the necessary ordinance drawn. DPZ-Z: Co9-W-S2, JOE ZE1DMAN PETITION The Chairman announced mat fhl» 1* the time and the place for hearing on th* petition of Jo« Zeldman to rezon* from SR (o CI-2 property approximately orw-quarler mile north of Los Reales Road west of Pantano Road, extended. The Assistant Planning Director reported that the petition Is In order. The Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously recommends that the reionina be approved sublect to provision for a severuy-flve-fool-wld* half riant of way on Pantano Road and for County engineering and dralncaa rt- oulremenls. The Chairman Ingulred whether anyone wished to be heard on ml* matter. Mr. Zeldman and William H. Wheeler (subdivision engineer) appeared! In support of the rezonlng. No one appeared to protest. It was thereupon moved by Mr. Weaver, seconded by Mr. Rubl, and carried that the Board approve th« proposed rezonlng In accordance with fh« Commission's recommendations and ordtr the necessary ordinance drawn. DPS.Z-PLATS: C12-62-14, ORACLE FOOTHILL ESTATES NO 4, LOTS 24-34 AND 3«-l30 The Plannlna Director reported that oil April 1, 1963, the Mayor and Council of he City of Tucson approved th« plat or Oracle Foothills Estates No. 6. Lots 24-34 and 33-130, and waived the notici of hear- ng by the Board of Supervisors. Paul W. Cella (subdivision engineer) reported thsl a quit-claim de»d to an old minim claim has been obtained by the developers. On recommendation of the Plannlna and Zoning Commission and the County Engineer, it was moved by Mr. Weaver, seconded b-/ Mr. Rubl, and carried that the Board approve as presented the Plat of Oracle Foothills Estates No. 6, LoU 24-34 and 38-130 (a subdivision of th« N'/i of Section 10, T. 13 S., R. 13 E.). Phoenix Title and Trust Company (Trusts L-64S2 and L-6J6) Is the owner; Copeland Construction Company, the developw»i and Cella Barr, the engineers. DPS.Z-P: CI4-41-4, CATAUINA HIGHWAY ROADS--CATALINA HIGHWAY The Plannlna Director filed the Planning Department's recommendation for design of the Catallna Hlghway-Tanqu* Verde Road-Bear Canyon Road Intersection DPZ-Z: Co9-63-3, HARE PETITION EDWARD As there was no objection, the Chairman declared a recess at 12:05 : The Board reconvened at 2 p.m.; . . and Present: Thomas S. Jay, Chairman Pete Rubi, Member Dennis Weaver, Member Elsa B. Hanna, Clerk Absent: None DPZ-P: CI3-W-10B, SC , CHUMAKER NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN AMENDMENT NO 2 The Chairman announced that this Is the time and the place for hearing on a proposal to amend the Schumaker Neiah- borhood Plan adopted by the Board on August 2, 1960, and amended on December 4, 1962, to provide for additional commercial and multi-family uses west of rantano Road north of East Broadway, to establish the interior road pattern, and to provide for school and park sites. The Planning and Zoning Commission initiated the proposal and unanimously recommends adoption of the plan amendment. The Assistant Planning Director (A. R. Garcia) reported that petitions for variations in the adopted Plan have been filed and lhat relocation of the school site requires modification of the Easl Fifth Street alignment. He added that provision for a halt right of way for Magiure Avenue on the plat of Carriage Hill (C12-62-15) resolved a road problem with another property owner The Clerk presented · proposed ordinance rezonlng property at the southwest corner of Ihe Intersection of AIo-Gila Bend Highway and Srlgqs Road from SH to CB-2 as approved by the Board of Supervisors on February 19, 1963. Th« Assistant Planning Director reported that a covenant limiting the commercial uses to CB-1 except for a bowling alley and a cocktail lounge and bar in conjunction therewith Is ready to record with th« ordinance. It was thereupon moved bv Mr. Rubi, seconded by Mr. Weaver, and carried that the Board pass an ordinance entitled ORDINANCE NO. 1963-1V AMENDING AND CHANGING PIMA COUNTY ZONING MAP NO. A-8 IN THB VICINITY OF AJO-GILA BEND HIGHWAY AND BRIGGS ROAD AS REFERRED TO IN PIMA COUNTY ORDINANCE NO. 1952-111 AND REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES AND PARTS OP ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HERE- DPZ--Z: C09-62-66, WILLIAM KALPIN PETITION The Clerk presented a proposed ordinance rezonlng property north of Cloud Road In the vicinity of Sabino Vists Drive (Sabino Vista No. 1, Lots 1-57, and Sabino Vista No. 2, Lois 1-51, C12- 62-57) from SR to CR-2 as approved by the Board of Supervisors on December 196?. It was moved by Mr. Weaver, seconded by Mr. Rubi, and carried that the Board pass an ordinance entitled ORDINANCE NO. 1963-20 AMENDING AND CHANGING PIMA COUNTY ZONING MAP NO. 26 IN THE VICINITY OF CLOUD ROAD AND SABINO VISTA DRIVE AS REFERRED TO IN PIMA COUNTY ORDINANCE NO. 1952-111 AND REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES AND PARTS OF ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH. DP8.Z--PLATS: C12-60-6C, ROLLING HILLS NO. 3 DP8.Z--Z: C09-60-40, BUSBY (ROLLING HILLS SUBDIVISION) PETITION DPZ-P: C13-60-1, REGINA CLERI NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN within the Neighborhood Plan. The Chair-1 Gene E. Anderson (on behalf of Fred man inquired whether anyone wished t o l M . Busby, president of Sun Gold Develop- be heard . . . . . . . . . ment Company, developers) presented « David A. Garber (vice-president, Dove tentative plat of Rolling Hills No. 3 Land Development Company) stated that' his concern over the Magulre ZONE e e ·pTSS'Sr'.MS;-J proposal to amend Zoning Ordinance No. WH-III by adding Article 34 to provide for a Rural Village Center zorve for commercial uses and to establish regulations for the new zone. The Plannlno and Zoning Commission recommends approval of the proposed amendment The Associate Plannlna Director reported that, the concern over the Maaulre Avenue riant of way was resolved by Board approval of the Carriage Hill plat. No one appeared to protest. It was thereupon moved by Mr. Weaver, seconded by Mr. Rubi, and carried that the Board adopt the Schumaker Neighborhood Plan Amendment as presented and as recommended by Ihe Commission. OPZ-P: C13-A2-U, SITE M NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN The Chairman announced trtat this Is the time and the place for hearina on the Site 84 Neighborhood Plan, a proposal to amend the Master Plan In Section 35 and a portion of Section 34, T. U S., R. 12 E., In the vicinity of Aio Way and Irvinglon, Kinney, and BOPP roads south of the Kinney Road Neighborhood Plan (C13-40-3). The Planning and Zonlna Commission initiated the proposal because of Individual rezonlng petitions and recommends adoption of the Plan. The Assistant Planning Director reported that the General Land Use Plan indicates residential density as basically CR-3 with multi-family use along the malor roadways, that Tucson Public Schools has acquired an elementary school site, and that the interior street pattern Is designed to provide adequate access to the school. The Chairman Inquired whether anyone wished to be heard. A lengthy discussion ensued among the Board members, the Assistant Planning Director, the Special Deputy County Attorney, and Monte Seymour and Jack L. Mernman (owners of property within the Neighborhood Plan area). Mr. Merrl- man stated that he purchased his five- acre tract (Parcel 44, SEVi Section 35, T. U S., R 12 E.) from the Federal Government as commercial land and that subsequently he obtained County approval of commercial zoning because residential use of the property fronting on ASo Way is not feasible. Mr. Seymour requested that his property (half of which is Included In Ihe Plan) be deleted because iis zoning for future development has seen approved and plans will te ready lor review when the road problem is resolved. After further consideration and on recommendation of the Special Deputy Count- ty Attorney, the proposal was referred to the Commission with Ihe recomrnenda tlon that Mr. Seymour's property be de leted as requested and that Mr. Merrl man's contention that he has receive! commercial zoning lor his prooerty b reviewed for report back to this Board. DP8.Z-P: C13-6I-1S, CORONA DE TUCSON NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN NO. The Chairman announced that this I the time and the place for hearing on proposal to amend the Master Plan an the Corona de Tucson Neighborhood Pla No. 2 adopted by the Board on Novembe 7, 1?41, lo reduce the extent of comme cial zoning and realign roads in Sectio 13, T. 17 S., R. 15 E. The Planning an Zoning Commission unanimously recom mends that the Plan Amendment be adopted. The Assistant Plannina Director explained that the developers of the area requested the modification to provide transitional and multi-family use of property in the vicinity of the golf course located In the east half of the section. The Chairman inquired whether anyone wished to be heard. No one appeared. It was thereupon moved by Mr. Rubl, seconded by Mr. Weaver, and carried that the Board adopt the Corona de Tucson Neighborhood Plan No. 2 Amendment as presented and as recommended by the Commission. DP8.Z-Z: C09-43-J, CORONA DE TUCSON, INC., PETITION The Chairman announced that this Is the lime and the place for hearing on the petition of Corona de Tucson, Inc., to rezone from GR to SR, CR-2, CR-3, and TR property west of Melpomene Way between Camino del Toro and Sahuarita Road (within the Corona de Tucson Neighborhood Plan No. 2 Amendment, (CI3-61-18). The Assistant Plannlno Director reported that the petition Is in order. Th« Planning and Zoning Commission recommends that the rezoning be approved, subject to filling acceptable plats. The Chairman Inquired whether anyone wished to be heard. No one appeared. It was thereupon moved by Mr. Rubl, seconded by Mr. Weaver, and carried that the Board approve the proposed rezoning In accordance with the Commission's recommendations and order the necessary ordinance a. - 3wn. DPZ-Z: C09-43-A, CORONA DE subdivision with B request for varlanci In street widths as Indicated on tha Reglna Cleri Neighborhood Plan adopted by the Board on July 19, 1940. Th» Planning Director reported that th« Planning and Zoning Commission recommends lhat the plat be approved with slxty-foot-wide streets around Sara Marshall Elementary School as Indicated on the Neighborhood Plan and not at ninety-foot widths as shown on th« tentative plat. A discussion ensued among the Board members, the County Engineer, th« Planning Director, the Associate Planning Director, the Special Deputy County Attorney, and Mr. Anderson relative to street requirements based on surveys of t r a f f i c within square-mile neighborhood plans. In answer to questions from th* Board members, the County Engineer tited traffic study figures In support of his opinion that nlnety-foot-wldt rights of way are necessary to hand!* collector street traffic, particularly around school sites. The Associate Planning Director staled that an analysis based on the same basic traffic figures Indicates a difference of opinion between the Planning Department and Highway Department on the width of rights of way necessary to handle potential traffic. Mr. Weaver expressed hi* opinion that, if traffic warrants, ninety- foot-wide rights of way should be required on quarter-section lines, but thai If the traffic does not warrant the wld« rights of way only sixty-foot dedications should be required. To resolve the Rolllna (Ills subdivision road problem. Mr. ?ubl suggested a decision on the par- Icular plat at this time with resolution f the general road problems to be mad* as soon as possible. It was thereupon moved by Mr. Rubl, seconded by Mr. Weaver, and carried that the Board approve the tentative plat with ninety- oot-wide rights of way on Oak Drlv* and East Twenty-ninth Street around he school site and (2) Instruct th* Plannlno Director and the County Engineer to arrange a meeting with th* affected agencies and to report to th* Board when this basic right-of-way problem has been resolved. FLS.P--LL: YEN HEE LOW The Clerk presented State Application No 3961, County No. 951--covering th* application of Yen Hee Low, dba Quick Stop Market, 5423 South Palo Verde Road, for an original Series 9 liquor license. The application was posted on March U, 1963, and no written protests were filed. The Chairman Inquired whether anyon* wished to be heard. No one appeared, It was moved by Mr. Weaver, seconded by Mr. Rubl, and carried that the Board recommend to the State Department of Liquor Licenses and Control that th* application be approved. FLS.P-LL: J. H. CHASTAIN The Clerk presented State Application No. 247, County No. 952--covering person- to-person transfer of the Series 4 liquor license of Charles W. Prigge, Jr., and Daisy C Prigge, dba Cornelia Hotel Cocktail Bar, 300 La MIna Avenua, Alo, to J. H. Chastain. The application was posted on March 13, 1943, and no written protests were filed. Tha Chairman Inquired whether anyone wished to b* heard. No one appeared. If was moved bv Mr. Weaver, seconded by Mr. Rubl, and carried that the Board recommend to the State Department of Liquor Licenses and Control that the application b« approved. HiA--JAIL: PRISONERS The Plma County Under-Sherlfr (Jame* O Wyckoff) reported, upon Information which he believes to be correct, that County Prisoner Joseph W. Yourgulez, while serving as a trusty, took fl twelve- Inch crescent wrench which was used to break a cell wall on the evening of December 23, 1942, when three Federal prisoners (Jackie L. Camplaln, Myron H Hinds, and James H. Meador) escaped from the Pima County Jalt. He added that this Information was not previously presented to the Board by th« Sheriff's Department because of conversations * I FRONTIER STAMPS YOUR GOODMAN'S SHOPPING BONUS! munlty Plan, *~u-oi-'», m-m «, ..-*-·· his opinion that the ordinance amendment must be County-wide and not applicable only to the Tanque Verde Val ev. He added that possible costly delay to property owners could result from review of development plans by the suggested advisory committee prior to hearings by the Commission and by this Board. Robert L Seller (president, Tanaue Verde Association) slated that his group endorses the proposal as a means of controlling shopping centers In an effort to preserve the suburban character of the area In which th* members of the Association Remarks of participants In the hearing are briefly summarized as 'ON 0 **; Georne B. Morse (attorney for John Albala, owner of property within the Aqua Caltentc-Sabino Creok Commumly Plan, C13-41-I3, Item 8) expressed his opinion thai the ordinance amendment must be Countvwide only to tho Tanque sistant Plannlna Director reported that the petition Is In order, The Planning and Zoning Commission recommends that the rezonlng be approved, sublect to tiling acceptable plals. The Chairman Inaulred whether anyone wished lo be heard. No one appeared. It was there upon moved by Mr. Rubl. seconded by Mr. Weaver, and carried that the Board approve Ihe proposed rezonlng In accordance with the Commission's recom mendatlon and order the necessary ordinance drawn. DPJ.Z-P: C13-62-I8, CORONA DE TUCSON NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN No. 3 The Chairman announced that thh is the time and the place for hearing on the Corona de Tucson Neighborhood Plan No. 3, a proposal to ameno the Master Plan In Section 24 and a portion ol Section 25, T 17 S , R 15 E., adjacent to the south boundary ol the Corona de Tucson Neigh- not" applicable I borhood Plan No. I Clem IS The rde Valley. Hel Planning and Zonlna Commission l_nHl_atcd with Ihe Federal Bureau of Investigation, subsequent to which th* FBI refused to put one prisoner In the position of testl- fylns against another. Th« Under-Sturlff. on behalf of the Plma County Sheriff (Waldon V. Burr), recommended that Ihe four-months' double time earned bv Prisoner Yourgulei be withdrawn. In answer to questions from the Chairman, the Under-Sherlff stated that, with 1h« double time he earned while worklno as a trusty, the prisoner has served approximately the full number of days of The Special Deputy County Atlornov (Robert N. Hillock), In reply to In- qulrles from the Chairman, «xpr««sed his opinion that the Board of Supervisors has lurlidlctlon under the statutai to act at Its own discretion In nls matter. On recommendation of th« Sheriff, It was thereupon moved by Mr. Rubl, seconded by Mr. Weaver, and carried that the double time earned by Prisoner APPofNTMErTTST 'RESIGNATION'S °^' It was moved by Mr. Weaver, stcond«d by Mr. Rubl, and carried that change! In membership on, lh« Board of Adluit- ment from Sypervljor District No. 1 t* approved as follows: , . . C a r l o Y T . Moreno, resignation, accented. - · · · · ·- reappoln to the proposal and recommends adoption Joe r«appolnlm*nt fof errrT ending" December 51, 1944, Ernctt Portlilo, «poolntm*nt for term Hubbard Jr ,xllnq Dece Ernctt Portlilo, .. r . . -ending December 31, I'M. .. The Clerk was Instructed 1» write · elter To Mr. Moreno e«pro«lng m« Board of Supervisor!' appreclatloo for_hl« services ai a member of the Board of ADJOIJRN^-.. . . . As Thera was no further come before lh« Board, lh« artloorned at 4 : 4 5 p.m. l\l THOMAS S. JAY, f.halrmon wit A T T E S T ; /·/ EL.SA IJ. Cltrk HAN HA

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